Only a true movie guru will remember these Best Pictures Oscar winners

If a movie wins the Academy Award for Best Picture, it should eventually be considered a classic, right? And if it's a classic, everyone should recognize it.

Well, let's put that to the test. We gathered 10 screenshots from Best Picture Oscar winners released between 1960–80. 

See if you can identify these movies from one image. Careful — all of the options were Oscar-nominated films!
  1. This movie won Best Picture in 1969.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  2. This won the Academy Award for best picture in 1970.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  3. Recognize this Best Picture winner from 1973?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  4. This black-and-white film took home the Best Picture trophy in 1960.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  5. Here's a scene from the Best Picture winner of 1978.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  6. This film won Best Picture in 1980.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  7. This 1967 Best Picture Oscar winner became a television show.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  8. This movie took home the Oscar for Best Picture in 1968.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  9. The period piece won the Best Picture Oscar in 1966.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  10. Here is Albert Finney feasting on a chicken in this 1963 Best Picture Oscar winner.
    Image: The Everett Collection

Only a true movie guru will remember these Best Pictures Oscar winners

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Runeshaper 27 days ago
You got 8 out of 10
Bravo! Speech! Speech! You deserve a star on the Walk of Fame for knowing all of these.

Last 2 got me LOL
Rickey 1 month ago
You got 8 out of 10
Bravo! Speech! Speech! You deserve a star on the Walk of Fame for knowing all of these.
MaryHelen 8 months ago
i saw all of these movies-but the question refers to the year they WON not the year they were made-- one year earlier -- e.g. it is best picture of 1968 winning in 1969
SheriHeffner 8 months ago
I missed numbers 9 and 10. Because I have heard of the movies but have never seen them. I have never seen Midnight Cowboy or The Sting but know who the actors were and Oliver, I LOVE the movie Oliver. They said that the boy that played the title role's singing voice dubbed by a girl.
SheriHeffner SheriHeffner 8 months ago
I meant to say Mark Lester. I had to cheat and look up his name.
Wells 8 months ago
These days, the only Oscar I care about is Oscar Mayer. Most of of the stuff they make is full of baloney, but they don't try to pass it off as something else.
rycki1138 8 months ago
10 out of 10
Bravo! Speech! Speech! You deserve a star on the Walk of Fame for knowing all of these.
anthony 8 months ago
8/10.Missed the last two which is apropos as they were. Movies I heard of but knew very little about.
cperrynaples 8 months ago
10/10! up to 11, and this time I needed the pictures!
anthony cperrynaples 8 months ago
You have had perfect score streaks before.What's so special about this one?If you don't mind me asking.
cperrynaples anthony 8 months ago
Just know a lot of useless knowledge...LOL!!
ndebrabant 8 months ago

You got 9 out of 10
Bravo! Speech! Speech! You deserve a star on the Walk of Fame for knowing all of these.
Barry22 8 months ago
10/10, but guessed on the last two.
teire 8 months ago
10/10. Yes, I do remember..
Wells 8 months ago
9/10. I should have picked up the clue for Deliverance.
cperrynaples Wells 8 months ago
Deliverance didn't win the Oscar, that was the year of The Godfather!
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