With the Oscars just around the corner, here's our round-up of the shortest and longest Academy Awards acceptance speeches of the last 25 years.
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The most commonly spoken word was "Thanks", understandably, with "Family", "Father", "Mother" and "God" ranking highly too.
The Longest Speeches
Winning Best Actor for 'Dallas Buyers Club', Matthew's speech was the longest in 25 years at 549 words.
Halle's first Oscar was for Best Actress in 2002, where she beat the standing record for longest acceptance speech. She basically thanked everyone, and spoke 528 words.
The leading lady from 'Blue Jasmine' took a huge 513 words to accept her Best Actress award last year.
Jamie won his gong for his portrayal of Ray Charles in 'Ray'. It took him 490 words to thank everyone who got him to where he was.
Pacino spoke 475 words in his acceptance speech for 'Scent of a Woman'.
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The Shortest Speeches
Taking the Best Supporting Actor award in 1993 for 'Goodfellas', Joe Pesci mumbled just six words.
The Best Supporting Actress award was taken by a young Anna Paquin in 1994, who only got up the courage to speak 50 words while hyperventilating.
Taking home the statue for 'The English Patient', Juliette Binoche only uttered 59 words in her acceptance speech.
Sadly the man with the world's greatest voice only said 62 words in this speech, winning Best Supporting Actor for 'Million Dollar Baby'.
For her portrayal of Edith Piaf in 'La Vie en Rose', Marion Cotillard picked up a Best Actress Oscar and gave the shortest speech by any person to win the award.
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