The 87th Academy Awards are a mere month away, and while fans of award season are scrambling to the theaters to see all the nominated works, Netflix is providing it’s subscribers an even more cost effective way to get into the Oscars spirit! On Sunday, February 22nd, a new round of winners will be announced in the 24 categories at the Oscars, with front-runners “Birdman,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” and “Imitation Game” looking to take home one of the many coveted awards. But before these new releases can be included in this exclusive group of winners, the Academy has to vote on it, which can cause a long and sometimes agonizing wait.

To bide your time, and if you have already seen all of the films nominated for this year’s awards season, then you are in luck. Netflix has added 39 films to its instant streaming service, all of which have won an exclusive Oscar! Spanning from 1947 with “Gentlemen’s Agreement” and concluding in the 2000’s with more recent titles, including “Mystic River,” “There Will Be Blood,” “The Duchess,” fans of award winning films can entertain themselves for hours! Over 35 previous Oscar winning films are available to stream on Netflix right now. Check out the full list below and get watching.

“Gentleman’s Agreement” (1947)

“Gentleman’s Agreement” starred Gregory Peck and Dorothy McGuire. The Elia Kazan directed film won three Oscars– Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress and Best Director.

“All About Eve” (1950)

“All About Eve” was nominated for 14 Academy Awards. The film won six Oscars – Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Costume Design – Black-and-White, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Sound Mixing.

 “High Noon” (1952)

Grace Kelly and Gary Cooper starred in this 1952 western film, it won Academy Awards for Best Actor, Best Film Editing, Best Music – Scoring and Best Music – Song.

 “The Greatest Show on Earth” (1952)

Directed and produced by Cecil B. DeMille, the film won an Oscar at the 25th Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Story.

“Marty” (1955)

Directed by Delbert Mann, “Marty” was nominated for eight Academy Awards. The movie took home an Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Writing -Screenplay.

 “The Apartment” (1960)

Shirley MacLaine and Jack Lemmon starred in the 1960 Billy Wilder film. It cleaned up at the 33rd Academy Awards, winning the Oscar for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing – Original Screenplay, Best Film Editing and Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White.

 “Cleopatra” (1963)

The Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton film was nominated for nine awards, winning four – Best Cinematography – Color, Best Art Direction, Best Costume Design – Color and Best Special Effects.

 “Patton” (1970)

The Franklin J. Schaffner film won 7 Academy Awards – Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Sound, Best Art Direction and Best Actor.

“The French Connection” (1971)

This film was the first R-rated movie to win an Academy Award for Best Picture after the MPAA film-rating system went into effect in 1969. “The French Connection” also took home an Oscar for Best Actor, Best Director, Best Film Editing and Best Adapted Screenplay.

“Ordinary People” (1980)

“Ordinary People” directed by Robert Redford, won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing – Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor.

 “Terms of Endearment” (1983)

The film received 11 Academy Award nominations, and won five –Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Writing Adapted Screenplay.

“Rain Man” (1988)

“Rain Man” took home an Oscar for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Writing – Original Screenplay.

 “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988)

“Who Framed Roger Rabbit” won an Oscar for Visual Effects at the 61st Academy Awards. Much to the delight of Jessica Rabbit.

 “The Silence of the  Lambs” (1991)

Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins made history by starring in what’s considered to be the first “horror film” to win an Oscar for Best Picture. The film also took home Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Director at the 64th Academy Awards.

“Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (1991)

The “Terminator” sequel took home four Oscars at the 64th Academy Awards.

 “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” (1992)

Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins and Keanu Reeves starred in Francis Ford Coppola’s “Bram Stoker’s Dracula.” The film won 3 Academy Awards – Best Costume Design, Best Sound Editing and Best Makeup.

 “Forrest Gump” (1994)

Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the film won six Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Director, Best Writing – Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Effects – Visual Effects.

 “Pulp Fiction” (1994)

Directed by Quentin Tarantino, “Pulp Fiction” starred John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman. Tarantino and Roger Avary took home an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

“Pocahontas” (1995)

The animated Disney film won two Academy awards – Best Musical or Comedy Score and Best Original Song for “Colors of the Wind.”

 “Sense & Sensibility” (1995)

The film was nominated for 7 Academy Awards, but only won one – Best Writing - Adapted Screenplay.

 “Fargo” (1996)

The Coen Brothers film was nominated for 7 Academy Awards, and won two – Best Actress and Best Original Screenplay. And not to mention inspiring the FX series!

 “Emma” (1996)

Based on Jane Austen’s novel of the same name, the film starred Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeremy Northam and Alan Cumming. “Emma” won an Academy Award for Best Original Score.

 “The English Patient” (1996)

Ralph Fiennes, Juliette Binoche, William Dafoe and Kristin Scott Thomas starred in this Anthony Minghella directed film. At the 69th Academy Awards “The English Patient” won 9 Oscars!  

 “Jerry Maguire” (1996)

The film, which starred Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Renée Zellweger, was nominated for five Academy Awards, but only won one, an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

“Good Will Hunting” (1997)

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck wrote the screenplay and starred in “Good Will Hunting.” The duo won an Academy Award for Best Writing – Original Screenplay. Robin Williams also picked up an award for Best Supporting Actor.

 “Life is Beautiful” (1997)

At the 71st Academy Awards the movie won an Oscar for Best Music, Best Dramatic Score, Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actor.

 “Shakespeare in Love” (1998)

The movie was nominated for 13 Academy Awards at the 71st show, taking home seven – Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Art Direction, Best Costume Design, Best Original Musical or Comedy Score and Best Original Screenplay.

 “The Prince of Egypt” (1998)

The Dreamworks animated film won an Oscar for Best Original Song for the hit “When You Believe.”

“American Beauty” (1999)

Kevin Spacey starred in the Sam Mendes directed “American Beauty.” The movie won five Oscars – Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

“Boys Don’t Cry” (1999)

Hillary Swank won an Oscar for Best Actress for her portrayal of Teena in “Boys Don’t Cry.”

 “Tarzan” (1999)

The Disney animated film won an Academy Award for Best Music, Original Song for Phil Collins’ “You’ll Be In My Heart.”

 “Almost Famous” (2000)

“Almost Famous” bombed at the box office. However, the film did win an Oscar For Best Original Screenplay.

 

“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (2000)

The film was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, but only won 4 – Best Foreign Language film, Best Art Direction, Best Original Score and Best Cinematography.

“Black Hawk Down” (2001)

Josh Hartnett, Eric Bana and Ewan McGregor starred in the Ridley Scott directed war film. The movie won two Oscars, for Best Film Editing and Best Sound Mixing.

 “Bowling for Columbine” (2002)

Michael Moore’s documentary on the 1999 Columbine High School Massacre won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

 “The Hours” (2002)

Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore starred in this 2002 British-American drama. Kidman won an Oscar for Best Actress.

 “Mystic River” (2003)

Clint Eastwood’s 2003 mystery won two Oscars at the 76th Academy Awards – Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor.

 “There Will Be Blood” (2007)

Daniel Day-Lewis starred in this 2007 drama, which won two Oscars – Best Actor and Best Cinematography.

 “The Duchess” (2008)

Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes and Hayley Atwell starred in this 2008 film, which won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design.