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Oscars 2013: Show highlights

Jennifer Lawrence, Adele, Ang Lee and more took home Oscar statuettes at the 85th Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013. The star-studded event, hosted by comedian Seth MacFarlane, included musical numbers and big wins for “Argo” for best picture, Daniel Day-Lewis for lead actor and Jennifer Lawrence for lead actress. Here’s a look at some highlights from the show.

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Oscar host Seth MacFarlane kicks off the 85th Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. MacFarlane ribbed nominees and previous winners. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)

William Shatner makes a video appearance as his “Star Trek” character, Capt. Kirk, visiting from the future to warn Oscar host Seth MacFarlane that his tasteless jokes and musical numbers would ruin the Academy Awards.

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Channing Tatum and Charlize Theron dance during a portion of the opening number, as host Seth MacFarlane makes a bid to class up his act and better his chances in the Monday morning quarterbacking about his hosting stint. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, left, Seth MacFarlane and Daniel Radcliffe dance onstage during the Oscars opening number. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth MacFarlane and Daniel Radcliffe are joined by dancers during the Oscars opening number. (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Octavia Spencer, last year’s supporting actress winner, presents the award for supporting actor. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Christoph Waltz accepts his Oscar for supporting actor for his performance in “Django Unchained.” It’s his second Academy Award; he won in the same category for another Quentin Tarantino movie, “Inglourious Basterds.”

“We participated in a hero’s journey -- the hero here being Quentin,” Waltz said. “And you scale the mountain because you’re not afraid of it. You slay the dragon because you’re not afraid of it and you cross through fire because it’s worth it.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)

Paul Rudd and Melissa McCarthy present the awards for animated short film and animated feature film.

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John Kahrs, director of “Paperman,” accepts the Oscar for animated short film.  (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
“Brave” directors Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman accept the Oscar for animated feature film. Chapman thanked her daughter, who provided inspiration for the film, she said. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Reese Witherspoon presents during the Oscars. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)

“The Avengers” actors, from left, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson present the Oscars for cinematography and visual effects.

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Claudio Miranda accepts the Oscar for cinematography for “Life of Pi.”

“This movie was quite a beast to make,” Miranda said, breathlessly thanking director Ang Lee and his family. (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
“Life of Pi’s” Bill Westenhofer, Guillaume Rocheron, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott accept the Oscar for visual effects. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Jennifer Aniston and Channing Tatum present the Oscars for costume design and makeup and hairstyling.  (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Jacqueline Durran accepts the Oscar for costume design for her work on “Anna Karenina.” It is her first win and her third nomination. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Lisa Westcott and Julie Dartnell accept the Oscar for makeup and hairstyling for their work on “Les Misérables.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Halle Berry introduces a tribute to Bond movies. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Shirley Bassey performs “Goldfinger” during a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Shirley Bassey performs “Goldfinger” during a tribute to the James Bond franchise. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
“Django Unchained” actors Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington present the Oscar for live action short film. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Shawn Christensen accepts the Oscar for live action short film for “Curfew.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine hold up their trophies after winning the Oscar for documentary short film for “Inocente.” Between them is Inocente Izucar, the subject of the film, which records a young homeless woman’s determination to be an artist. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Liam Neeson presents during the Oscars. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Ben Affleck presents the award for documentary feature film. (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Malik Bendjelloul and Simon Chinn accept the Oscar for documentary feature for their film “Searching for Sugar Man.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Jennifer Garner, left, and Jessica Chastain walk onstage to present the Oscar for foreign language film. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
“Amour” director Michael Haneke accepts the Oscar for foreign-language film.  (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
John Travolta presents during the Oscars. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Catherine Zeta-Jones performs “All That Jazz” from “Chicago” as part of a night-long tribute to movie musicals. “Chicago,” produced by the Oscar telecast’s producers, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, won the 2002 best picture Oscar. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Jennifer Hudson sings “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going,” from the musical “Dreamgirls,” in which she starred. The number was part of a night-long tribute to movie musicals. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)

“Les Misérables” actors, from left, Aaron Tveit, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Barks, Hugh Jackman, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen and Russell Crowe perform songs from the movie.

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Mark Wahlberg presents during the Oscars. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Simon Hayes, Andy Nelson and Mark Paterson accept the Oscar for sound mixing for “Les Misérables.” It was Nelson’s 18th nomination and second win. It was the first win for Paterson and Hayes. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Paul N.J. Ottosson accepts the Oscar for sound editing for “Zero Dark Thirty.” Ottoson tied with Per Hallberg and Karen Baker Landers, who won in the same category for “Skyfall.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Per Hallberg and Karen Baker Landers and accept the Oscar for sound editing for “Skyfall.” The pair tied with Paul N.J. Ottosson, who won in the same category for “Zero Dark Thirty.”

“We’re all storytellers, we just tell our story through sound,” Landers said. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Christopher Plummer presents the Oscar for supporting actress.

“It would be an honor to work with any of these ladies in my next 30 films,” he joked. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Anne Hathaway accepts the Oscar for supporting actress for her performance in “Les Misérables.”

“It came true,” she said. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Sandra Bullock walks on stage to present the award for film editing. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)

William Goldenberg accepts the Oscar for film editing for “Argo.”

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Jennifer Lawrence presents during the Oscars. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Adele performs “Skyfall” during the Oscar show. (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Nicole Kidman presents during the Oscars. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)
Daniel Radcliffe and Kristen Stewart present the Oscar for production design. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Rick Carter accepts the award for production design for his work on “Lincoln.” He shares the Oscar with Jim Erickson.  (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
George Clooney presents during the Oscars. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Barbra Streisand performs “The Way We Were” as a tribute to its composer, Marvin Hamlisch, who died in 2012. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Mychael Danna accepts the award for original score for “Life of Pi.” It is his first win. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Norah Jones performs the nominated song “Everybody Needs a Best Friend,” from “Ted.” (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Paul Epworth and Adele Adkins accept the original song Oscar for “Skyfall.”  (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Charlize Theron and Dustin Hoffman present the awards for adapted screenplay and original screenplay. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

Chris Terrio accepts the adapted screenplay Oscar for “Argo.” It is his first nomination and win.

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Quentin Tarantino accepts the original screenplay Oscar for “Django Unchained.” (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Michael Douglas and Jane Fonda present the Oscar for best director. (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Ang Lee accepts the Oscar for best director for “Life of Pi.” (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Jean Dujardin presents the award for lead actress. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Jennifer Lawrence trips on the stairs as she makes her way to the stage to accept her lead actress Oscar.  (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Jennifer Lawrence accepts the lead actress Oscar for her performance in “Silver Linings Playbook.” (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Meryl Streep and Daniel Day-Lewis embrace as she presents his lead actor Oscar for his performance as the title character in “Lincoln.” (Chris Pizzello / Associated Press)
Jack Nicholson and (in a video stream from the White House) First Lady Michelle Obama present the best picture award. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
Producer Grant Heslov accepts the best picture award for “Argo,” along with producers Ben Affleck and George Clooney. Cast members and writer Chris Terrio joined them onstage. (Kevin Winter / Getty Images)
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