The Shortest Oscar Speech In History

An Oscar speech is a public monologue given by a person who has just been awarded an Academy Award.
The shortest Oscar speech was given by Patty Duke at the 35th Academy Awards after she was named Best Supporting Actress for 1962 for The Miracle Worker. Duke, age 16, was the youngest person at that time to receive an Academy Award in a competitive category. Her acceptance speech was, simply, two words — "Thank you" — after which she walked off the stage.

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