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5 Oscar-Worthy Cocktails

Posted: 02/22/2013 9:19 am

While there's an Oscar for just about everything movie-related, we couldn't help but notice that the Best Cinematic Cocktail category still hasn't made the Academy's cut.

To remedy this situation, we've searched the last 80 years of film history to bring you the most iconic on-screen sippers. From Philip Marlowe's classic Gimlet to The Dude's boozy White Russian, there's something here for everyone to enjoy.

So on Sunday, sit back, make a big bowl of popcorn and fix one of these drinks in honor of your favorite spirited film star. Then tell us: Which recipe has your vote for Best Cinematic Cocktail? Cheers!

Casino Royale: Vesper
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Before the Martini, super-spy James Bond loved this gin, vodka and Lillet Blanc elixir. Sean Connery may have ordered a Martini shaken, not stirred, in the first Bond movie (Dr. No), but Daniel Craig asks for this concoction in the climactic poker scene of 2006's Casino Royale, which is based on the first Bond novel.

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