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Keaton Contemplates Her Oscar Turn

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Keaton Contemplates Her Oscar Turn

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Keaton Contemplates Her Oscar Turn

Keaton Contemplates Her Oscar Turn

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Diane Keaton, co-star of Something's Gotta Give, about her Oscar nomination for best actress in that film. Keaton has already won a Golden Globe for her performance. Her first Oscar win for best actress came for the title role in Annie Hall, which also earned her a Golden Globe.

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