What does the oscar statue represent?

Answer The Oscar represents a medieval knight holding a sword. He stands on a reel of film, each spoke of which represents one of the five original branches of the Motion Picture Academy (writing, directi... Read More »

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What does the Oscar statue look like?

The reward for a job well done in American cinema, the Oscar is a gold figure of a knight grasping a crusader's sword. The figure stands on a film reel. An Oscar statuette weighs eight and a half p... Read More »

Who makes the Oscar statue?

Martin Vega, a Chicago caster, makes each and every Oscar statue used as an award during the annual Academy Awards cermony. It requires ten "man hours" to make each statue as they are handmade.Sour... Read More »

Where did the oscar statue originate?

Since 1929, a diminutive gold-plated statue has been the big man in Hollywood. Officially named the Academy Award of Merit, he is better known as "Oscar" and is given annually in categories like Be... Read More »

Who manufactures the Oscar statue?

The Oscar golden statuette is officially called the Academy Award of Merit. Its designer is Cedric Gibbons, the chief art director of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and the company that manufactures it is R.... Read More »