Sunday is Oscar Night, and so this week we spotlight those songs that have, for better or worse, won the Academy Award for Best Song. You might be surprised at some of these.
1. Bob Hope's signature song won the Oscar for 1938. What is it?
2. Which song from "The Wizard of Oz" won the award for 1939?
3. Henry Mancini's first Best Song Oscar was for "Moon River" in 1961. What movie was it from?
4. Has any song from a James Bond movie ever won an Oscar?
5. In 1964, the year of "A Hard Day's Night," a song from what movie won the Oscar?
6. The 1970 winner, "For All We Know," was later a pop hit for what duo?
7. You say this song won for 1971? Shut your mouth! I'm just talkin' bout who?
8. Which two Oscar winning songs from the '70s were sung by Barbra Streisand?
9. Did any songs from "Saturday Night Fever" win the Oscar?
10. Believe it or not, Christopher Cross has an Oscar for what song?
11.What disco producer has Oscars for "Flashdance...What A Feeling" and "Take My Breath Away?"
12. Which R&B singer: Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, or Lionel Richie - does not have a best song Oscar?
13. Beginning in 1989, the Disney animated films nearly had a monopoly on Best Song Oscar. Which song from "The Little Mermaid" won for that year?
14. "A Whole New World" won for 1992. What Disney movie was it from?
15. What rocker won the Oscar for his "Streets Of Philadelphia" for 1993?
16. What song did Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice write especially for the movie version of "Evita," that won the Oscar for 1996?
17. Bob Dylan won the Oscar for 2000 for what song?
Bonus: Which of the following Disney animated films: "Beauty and the Beast," "Pocahontas," "Mulan," or "Tarzan" - did not have a Best Song Oscar winner on its soundtrack?