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Thanks to metal shortages during World War II, there was a three year span of time where Oscar recipients received a plaster statue painted gold; after the war, the Academy replaced the plaster statues with the traditional gold-plated metal ones.

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The Hoover Dam construction project (started in 1931) was the first construction project in the world where the workers were required to wear hard hats.

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Bolaji Badejo, the actor inside the alien suit in the 1979 sci-fi horror classic Alien, took Tai Chi and mime lessons in order to give the alien the slow, smooth, and deliberate movements that thoroughly terrified audiences around the world.

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In the 1980s, many families owned a VHS deck but no VHS tapes. Throughout the decade, many VHS deck owners in America had yet to purchase a movie and instead relied on weekly rentals from a neighborhood store.

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The idea of cats having multiple lives is found around the world, but the number of lives is inconsistent. While Americans say a cat has nine lives, Germans and Italians say a cat has seven lives, and in many regions of the Middle East, they are believed to have only six.

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Thanks to Spanish explorers bringing the bird back from the Americas, by the end of the 16th century, turkey was widely eaten across England.

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