Natalie Wood presenting John Mollo with the Oscar® for Costume Design for "Star Wars" at the 50th Academy Awards in 1978. Hosted by Bob Hope and featuring Cyd Charisse, Stockard Channing, Camilla Sparv, Priscilla Barnes, Eleanor Parker, Deborah Raffin, Michelle Lee, Karen Black, Susan George and Kermit Eller.

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