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Screen Actors Guild Awards: Winning doesn't necessarily mean Oscar gold

Screen Actors Guild Awards: Winning doesn't necessarily mean Oscar gold

The Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding cast in a motion picture is considered the guild's equivalent of the best picture Oscar. But since the first ensemble award was handed out to 1995's  "Apollo 13," not all the winners winners have gone on to win the Academy Award's top prize although a healthy number have.

The 1996 comedy "The Birdcage" is the only SAG winner in the category not to be nominated for an Oscar for best picture,  and 1995's "Braveheart" is the only Oscar winner for best film not to be nominated for the SAG ensemble honor.

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