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Winner: John Williams' 2012 double-dose
"Tintin" and "War Horse" may not have been as Oscar-decorated as Steven Spielberg might have hoped, but John Williams has no complaints, picking up Original Score nominations for both projects. This is at least the seventh time that Williams has had to compete against himself in the Original Score category. Amusing fact: John Williams hasn't beaten himself for an Oscar since 1978, when his "Star Wars" score beat out his "Close Encounters" score.
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