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Cate Blanchett

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Thank you of course to Miss Hepburn. The longevity of her career I think is inspiring to everyone. But most importantly and on behalf of everyone I know in The Aviator, thank you to Martin Scorsese. I hope my son will marry your daughter.
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After winning the Best Supporting Actress award for portraying Katharine Hepburn in The Aviator, at the 77th Academy Awards (27 February 2005)

 
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