Denzel Washington Wins Supporting Actor: 1990 Oscars

Denzel Washington Wins Supporting Actor: 1990 Oscars

Geena Davis presents Denzel Washington with the Oscar for Supporting Actor for Glory at the 62nd Academy Awards.

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  1. Glory should of won best picture of all time, period. I dont think it was even nominated, such a shame. Congrats to the whole movie and its cast and of course the American Army and the fallen heroes who died for this country.

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