After winning the 1970 best actress Oscar for her dramatic turn in the D.H. Lawrence classic "Women in Love," British thespian Glenda Jackson picked up her second Academy Award in that category three years later in the romantic comedy "A Touch of Class" opposite George Segal. Jackson wasn't the only comedic performance that won the Academy Award that year -- 10-year-old Tatum O'Neal earned supporting actress. She was and still is the youngest performer to win an Oscar. She played a wily orphan who teams up with a con man in "Paper Moon."
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