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A production source was overheard backstage saying: “It was not Warren’s fault!”

Others yelled “Oh my f—- God!” and “He’s got the wrong envelope!”

The mistake wasn’t fixed until after several members of the Lionsgate movie’s team had already given their acceptance speeches.

“I opened the envelope and it said ‘Emma Stone, La La Land.’ That’s why I looked at Faye, and at you. I wasn’t trying to be funny,” the mortified Beatty said moments later, laughing nervously.

Kimmel also jumped in and offered a joke to alleviate the tension.

“This is very unfortunate, what happened. Personally, I blame Steve Harvey for this,” Kimmel said, referring to how Harvey had announced the wrong winner of the Miss Universe Pageant in 2015.

“Well, I don’t know what happened. I blame myself for this. Let’s remember, it’s just an awards show. I mean, we hate to see people disappointed, but the good news is, we got to see some extra speeches. We had some great movies. I knew I would screw this show up, I really did,” Kimmel added.

“La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz recounted the frantic moments after his flick was declared the winner.

“I was ecstatic, it was amazing. I thought we won an Oscar,” Horowitz told The Hollywood Reporter. “Some guys in headsets started buzzing around. It became clear that something was wrong. They took the envelope I had. It said ‘Emma Stone, La La Land’ on it.

“It was clear that there was something wrong. We started looking for the best picture envelope. Nobody knew where it was. Then it appeared, they opened it next to me and it said ‘Moonlight.'”

PwC said it oversees “all aspects” of the voting process on behalf of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, CNN reported .

It maintains sole custody of all votes, and is responsible for keeping the results secret. Once the ballots have been tabulated, two senior accountants memorize every winner — then prepare two briefcases with the envelopes used by the presenters.

The briefcases are brought to the ceremony via “separate, secret routes” and the two accountants stand backstage and hand the envelopes to the presenters before they walk onstage, PwC said.

PwC’s Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz were photographed holding the two briefcases earlier in the night.

“PwC’s role in the Oscars balloting process represents the firm’s lasting legacy of utmost accuracy and confidentiality,” Ruiz said in a statement before the 2015 ceremony, CNN reported.

A mystifyng breakdown in the final stage of the process led Dunaway to make the announcement that will be forever etched in Oscars lore.

She was in no mood to address the matter during the Governors Ball that immediately followed the awards.

“I’m not going to speak about it,” she told THR.

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(NOTE: The following excert is written with the unpopular notion that George Harrison played bass on Taxman. There are many who insist that Paul played bass on the song and they may well be right.)

TAXMAN

On Taxman, the bass playing sounds like the player is going through a Marshall stack, giving it a power rock sound. Excellent all the way around, and the kudos for the bass here go to George who brought his Fender Jazz bass into the studio. Note: In The Compete Beatles Recordings, pg. 184, there's a picture of this bass. It's caption reads 'George trying an experiment with Paul's Fender Jazz Bass guitar. Mark Lewisohn could not have written these captions, he must know better than this!

George was actually quite a decent bass player. To write him off as 'trying an experiment on Paul's (right handed) bass is ludicrous. The reason he played bass on that particular song is that Paul was busy recording that incredible guitar solo. With Lennon adding his now familiar sledgehammer rhythm and Ringo doing his usual excellent backbeat job, one wonders what the Beatles might have been like had George taken up the bass and Paul stayed on guitar. Hmmm. For one thing, this article would be a heck of a lot different.

OTHER SONGS ON REVOLVER I'm Only Sleeping, obviously slowed WAAAYYY down, had a nifty treat for us - a minature bass solo and some good crash style drumming. And Your Bird Can Sing, Dr. Robert, I Want To Tell You nd the amazing Tomorrow Never Knows all feature great, solid bass playing. Yeah, it was 1966, and bass playing was starting to flourish. Rarely again would the words "bass should be felt and not heard" pass out of tired lips. The revolution that had begun over 20 years earlier with Woody Herman's amazing bass player, squelched and then revitalized for a while with Chuck Berry's bass player, and then squelched again, was back on - never to be squelched again.

OTHER SONGS ON REVOLVER

(Note: I'm not positive Tomorrow Never Knows was recorded with the Rickenbacker. Emerick says that Paperback Writer was the first song to use the new bass and that was recorded AFTER TNK. It may be, though, that Emerick was referring to the fact that PBW was RELEASED first. McCartney's recent comments that the Rickenbacker was used on Rubber Soul really make this something worth researching.)

TO ANALYZE:

Most people who work with a tool of any kind know that when you get something that completely outshines what you had before, you get creative. People who buy new bench saws suddenly start creating all kinds of things. People who get new caligraphy pens litter the house with their writings. People who get new musical instruments that sound better than before suddenly become many times better in their musicianship.

His book also inspired a television series of the same name, which ran for 13 episodes beginning in 2005. It starred Bradley Cooper as Jack Bourdain, a fictionalized version of the real-life Bourdain, whom friends called Tony.

Throughout his career, Bourdain also produced a travel journal, three crime novels, a cookbook, a biography of Typhoid Mary, and a graphic novel.

Six of Bourdain's books were in the top 10 of Amazon's bestseller list on Saturday. His 2010 follow-up memoir, "Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook," climbed to the number four spot. And his "Les Halles Cookbook" reached number eight.

— CNN's Brian Stelter and Nathaniel Meyersohn contributed to this report.

CNNMoney (New York) First published June 8, 2018: 4:19 PM ET
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