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Listen Up -- "Hurt Locker" Double Dips on Sound Awards



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    Paul N.J. Ottosson picked up the second award of the night for "The Hurt Locker," for Best Achievement in Sound Editing, gave an appropriately brief thank you speech, walked off stage and then promptly did a u-turn to join Ray Beckett so the duo could pick up the award for Best Achievement in Sound.

    With three awards so far, "The Hurt Locker" appears to be gaining steam as the festivities move towards the Best Picture climax.