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The man behind the House of Mouse has earned more Oscar nominations than anyone in history. He racked up 59 competitive Oscar nominations with his work on both short films and feature-length movies, including several documentaries. In 1965 he finally earned a nomination for Best Picture — for Mary Poppins. That was the last Oscar nod he got while he was alive — after his death in 1966, the Academy awarded him posthumously for the short Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day.