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The Artist and Hugo topped Sunday's Academy Awards with five statuettes each, with the former winning Best Picture, while Meryl Streep won her long-awaited third Oscar after 29 years.

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Octavia Spencer and Christopher Plummer completed their awards-season sweep, winning for their supporting roles in The Help and Beginners, respectively. Spencer is the fifth black actress to win in the category, while Plummer, 82, became the oldest acting-winner ever, dethroning Jessica Tandy, who was 80 when she won for Driving Miss Daisy.

Nat Faxon, Alexander Payne and Jim Rash (The Descendants) and Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris) took home the adapted and original screenplay honors, respectively. Allen, an expected no-show, is the first person to win three awards in the category.

Other winners include The Muppets for original song ("Man or Muppet") and A Separation for foreign language film.

Check out all the winners below:

Picture: The Artist

Director: Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist

Lead Actor: Jean Dujardin, The Artist

Lead Actress: Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady

Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, Beginners