254 pix Oscar-eligible

December 2003
Daily Variety;12/31/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 60, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that 254 feature-length motion pictures were eligible for best picture at the 76th annual Academy Awards to be held on February 2004 in the U.S.


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