Remember when . . . 1990

February 2004
Daily Variety;2/18/2004 Oscars Wrap, Vol. 282, p14
Trade Publication
Looks back at the nominees and winner of best director in the 1990 Academy Awards. Presentation of the award to Oliver Stone for the film "Born on the Fourth of July".


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