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Academy Award Thesaurus

Aug 23, 2013 (Ask Me Another) — If the directors of Academy Award-winning films used a thesaurus, their movie titles might sound a little snootier. For instance, "The Monarch's Soliloquy" could be a fancier name for the already-fancy film The King's Speech. In this final round, puzzle guru Art Chung retitles other Oscar Best Picture winners with some five-dollar words.

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