The Oscars will be awarded this Sunday night.

So, Friday 5 the Hard Way is Oscars trivia. How much do you know about the movies?Here are the questions and answers used on today's show.


1. Born in Tasmania in 1909, he prospected for gold, smuggled diamonds, and worked on ships. He was the first Australian actor to become a major Hollywood star. Who was this man?


2. Beloved actor and director Charlie Chaplin, accused of being a Communist sympathiser, left the USA in 1952 and settled in what country for the remaining 25 years of his life?


3. The title for the most "Best Actor" awards is held by whom?

Daniel Day-Lewis, who won three Oscars for "Best Actor", for "Lincoln", "There Will Be Blood" and "My Left Foot".

4. The three movies that won the most Oscars were "Lord of the Rings: Return of the King" (2003),
"Titanic" (1997) and "Ben-Hur" (1959). Each of those movies won 11 statuettes. But, who is in second place?
"West Side Story," which won ten Oscars.

5. Who are the youngest and oldest people to win an Oscar?
Tatum O'Neal, who was 10 years old when she won the Best Supporting Actress award for "Paper Moon" in 1974. Christopher Plummer became the oldest person to win an Oscar, when he won for Best Supporting Actor in 2012 for his performance in "Beginners", at age 82.