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Re: Best Supporting Actor Shouldabeens

Postby Precious Doll » Mon May 20, 2019 10:00 am

Uri wrote:
So maybe gathering lists of nominees is a rational, analytical process – made by the head, if you may, but when the picking of the ultimate favorite is made, as is rather clear at times from rummaging through your list here, other body parts have their say too. (The heart, I meant the heart – what other parts could I refer to, for God’s sake).


Whilst I would like to think that some of my picks are rational and analytical to my personal thinking I do think in the end they all come from the heart so to speak. Though really they come from the part of the brain that feels like the heart as its nothing more than a large muscle that pumps blood around the body. It amazes me to this day that whatever we are feeling be it fear, happiness, sadness, all of our emotions literally feel like they are coming from the centre of of chest but in reality its a part of brain.
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Postby Precious Doll » Mon May 20, 2019 9:48 am

Uri wrote:And we’re (or at least I am) back to my pet peeve of including/excluding “foreign”, i.e. non-English speaking, films for awards consideration.

I remember we had once (Damien was still with us) a discussion about best loved songs from films. And even the most non-Hollywood-centric members of this board failed to mention “foreign” song (I think I was the first to mention one - Le tourbillon from Jules et Jim). And what became very clear was that when it comes to picking favorites, a kind of personal attachment, an inherent bias or emotional favoritism is very much in play, and a tendency toward the – well, not necessarily familiar, but at least somewhat corresponding with one’s primal sensitivities is kind of inevitable.



Do you have a link to the discussion - I don't recall it.

Curious, what are your pet peeves for not including foreign language performances? Just curious because I'm thinking of not continuing doing any 'Oscar shouldabeens' in the future primarily because so many films are being made all over the world and really I'm only scratching the surface. I'm also loosing my passion for contemporary cinema and its not just because its changing but I'm getting older and have different priorities.
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Re: Best Supporting Actor Shouldabeens

Postby Uri » Sun May 19, 2019 6:38 am

And we’re (or at least I am) back to my pet peeve of including/excluding “foreign”, i.e. non-English speaking, films for awards consideration.

I remember we had once (Damien was still with us) a discussion about best loved songs from films. And even the most non-Hollywood-centric members of this board failed to mention “foreign” song (I think I was the first to mention one - Le tourbillon from Jules et Jim). And what became very clear was that when it comes to picking favorites, a kind of personal attachment, an inherent bias or emotional favoritism is very much in play, and a tendency toward the – well, not necessarily familiar, but at least somewhat corresponding with one’s primal sensitivities is kind of inevitable.

So maybe gathering lists of nominees is a rational, analytical process – made by the head, if you may, but when the picking of the ultimate favorite is made, as is rather clear at times from rummaging through your list here, other body parts have their say too. (The heart, I meant the heart – what other parts could I refer to, for God’s sake).

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Re: Best Supporting Actor Shouldabeens

Postby Precious Doll » Sun May 19, 2019 1:14 am

Uri wrote:
Precious Doll wrote:1927 – Alfred Abel, Metropolis
1937 – Erich von Sternberg (*), Grand Illusion
1965 – Jean-Claude Brialy, La Mandragola
2004 – Knut Berger, Walk on Water
2007 – Michel Blanc, The Witnesses
2016 - Dong-seok Ma, Train to Busan
2018 – Steven Yuen, Burning


C'est tout? In over nine decades?

(* you've got the wrong von, it's von Stroheim)

1972 – Al Pacino, The Godfather


If you don't follow the Academy eligibility rules years wise, why follow their erroneous category placements?


Thanks for the von Stroheim pickup Uri. Yes, only 7 but still better than Academy, not to mention my numerous nominations for foreign language films in this category.

As for Al Pacino, I'm going to change his placement to lead where he belongs. I've never really be comfortable with that placement in particular and his not the only one. I will review all my listings because there are a couple of others that are very much on the fence.
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Re: Best Supporting Actor Shouldabeens

Postby Uri » Sat May 18, 2019 2:36 am

Precious Doll wrote:1927 – Alfred Abel, Metropolis
1937 – Erich von Sternberg (*), Grand Illusion
1965 – Jean-Claude Brialy, La Mandragola
2004 – Knut Berger, Walk on Water
2007 – Michel Blanc, The Witnesses
2016 - Dong-seok Ma, Train to Busan
2018 – Steven Yuen, Burning


C'est tout? In over nine decades?

(* you've got the wrong von, it's von Stroheim)

1972 – Al Pacino, The Godfather


If you don't follow the Academy eligibility rules years wise, why follow their erroneous category placements?

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Re: Best Supporting Actor Shouldabeens

Postby Precious Doll » Mon Apr 15, 2019 8:02 am

I've never posted on this thread for some reason (based on first commercial release anywhere in the world):

1927 – Alfred Abel, Metropolis
1928 – Johnny Mack Brown, A Woman of Affairs
1929 – George Barraud, The Last of Mrs Cheyney
1930 – David Torrence, City Girl
1931 – Harry Myers, City Lights
1932 – Cary Grant, Blonde Venus
1933 – Chick Chandler, Blood Money
1934 – Sam Jaffe, The Scarlet Empress
1935 – Basil Rathborne, Captain Blood
1936 – Paul Robson, Show Boat
1937 – Erich von Stroheim, Grand Illusion
1938 – Charles Ruggles, Bringing Up Baby
1939 – Thomas Mitchell, Stagecoach
1940 – James Stephenson, The Letter
1941 – Donald Crisp, How Green is My Valley
1942 – George Sanders, Son of Fury
1943 – Claude Rains, Casablanca
1944 – Barry Fitzgerald, Going My Way
1945 – George Sanders, The Picture of Dorian Grey
1946 – Claude Raines, Notorious
1947 – Charles Ruggles, It Happened on 5th Avenue
1948 – Walter Huston, The Treasure of Sierra Madre
1949 – Raymond Massey, The Fountainhead
1950 – George Sanders, All About Eve
1951 – Robert Walker, Strangers on a Train
1952 – Charles Coburn, Has Anyone Seen My Gal
1953 – Lee Marvin, The Big Heat
1954 – Tab Hunter, Track of the Cat
1955 – Richard Davalos, East of Eden
1956 – Robert Stack, Written on the Wind
1957 – Robert Stack, The Tarnished Angels
1958 – Dean Martin, Some Came Running
1959 – George C Scott, Anatomy of a Murder
1960 – Peter Ustinov, Spartacus
1961 – Murray Melvin, A Taste of Honey
1962 – Terrance Stamp, Billy Budd
1963 – Walter Matthau , Charade
1964 – Walter Matthau for Fail Safe
1965 – Jean-Claude Brialy, La Mandragola
1966 – Robert Duvall, The Chase
1967 – Barry Humphries, Bedazzled
1968 – Vincent Price, The Conqueror Worm
1969 – Gig Young, They Shoot Horses Don’t They?
1970 – Holly Woodlawn, Trash
1971 – Jeff Bridges, The Last Picture Show
1972 – Lou Jacobi, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask?
1973 – Christopher Lee, The Wicker Man
1974 – Robert De Niro, The Godfather Part
1975 – Henry Gibson, Nashville
1976 – Rip Torn, The Man Who Fell to Earth
1977 – Peter Firth, Equus
1978 – Bruce Dern, Coming Home
1979 – Terry Jones, Life of Brian
1980 – Keith Gordon, Dressed to Kill
1981 – David Warner, Time Bandits
1982 – John Lithgow, The World According to Garp
1983 _ Sam Shepard, The Right Stuff
1984 – James Fox, A Passage to India
1985 – Michael Emil, Insignificance
1986 – John Glover, 52 Pick-up
1987 – Richard Griffiths, Withnail & I
1988 – Christopher Lloyd, Track 29
1989 – Danny Aiello, Do the Right Thing
1990 – Campbell Scott, Longtime Companion
1991 – Anthony Hopkins, Silence of the Lambs
1992 – Jaye Davison, The Crying Game
1993 – Tommy Lee Jones, The Fugitive
1994 – Martin Landau, Ed Wood
1995 – James Cromwell, Babe
1996 – Walter Matthau, The Grass Harp
1997 – Burt Reynolds, Boogie Nights
1998 – James Coburn, Affliction
1999 – John Malkovich, Being John Malkovich
2000 – Ben Kingsley, Sexy Beast
2001 – Steve Buscemi, Ghost World
2002 – Gregoire Colin, Sex is Comedy
2003 – Mark Ruffalo, In the Cut
2004 – Knut Berger, Walk on Water
2005 – Michael Kelly, Loggerheads
2006 – Michael Sheen, The Queen
2007 – Michel Blanc, The Witnesses
2008 – Bill Nighy, Valkyrie
2009 – Matt King, Bronson
2010 – Michael Lerner, Life During Wartime
2011 – Richard Green, Snowtown
2012 – Ben Mendelsohn, Killing Them Softly
2013 – Ben Foster, Kill Your Darlings
2014 – Edward Norton, Birdman
2015 – Emory Cohen, Brooklyn
2016 - Dong-seok Ma, Train to Busan
2017 – Bill Nighy, Their Finest
2018 – Steven Yuen, Burning
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1930: Tōgō Yamamoto (That Night’s Wife)
1931: Peter Lorre (M)
1932: Tatsuo Saitō (Where Now Are the Dreams of Youth?)
1933: Tomio Aoki (Passing Fancy)
1934: Michel Simon (L’Atalante)
1935: Heihachirō Ōkawa (Five Men in the Circus)
1936: Georges d’Arnoux (Partie de campagne)
1937: Chōjurō Kawarasaki (Humanity and Paper Balloons)
1938: Michel Simon (Port of Shadows)
1939: Claude Rains (Mr. Smith Goes to Washington)

1940: Frank Morgan (The Shop Around the Corner)
1941: Herbert Marshall (The Little Foxes)
1942: Rudy Vallee (The Palm Beach Story)
1943: Anton Walbrook (The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp)
1944: William Demarest (The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek)
1945: Boris Karloff (The Body Snatcher)
1946: Roger Livesey (A Matter of Life and Death)
1947: Osamu Takizawa (The Ball at the Anjō House)
1948: Robert Ryan (Act of Violence)
1949: Paul Douglas (A Letter to Three Wives)

1950: George Sanders (All About Eve)
1951: Karl Malden (A Streetcar Named Desire)
1952: Osamu Takizawa (Children of Hiroshima)
1953: Seiji Miyaguchi (An Inlet of Muddy Water)
1954: Bryan Forbes (An Inspector Calls)
1955: Edward Andrews (The Phenix City Story)
1956: Darryl Hickman (Tea and Sympathy)
1957: Burt Lancaster (Sweet Smell of Success)
1958: Burl Ives (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof)
1959: Yūsuke Kawazu (The Snow Flurry)

1960: Max von Sydow (The Virgin Spring)
1961: Hugh Hurd (The Catch)
1962: Rentarō Mikuni (The Christian Revolt)
1963: Tsutomu Yamazaki (High and Low)
1964: Keenan Wynn (Man in the Middle)
1965: Ugo Tognazzi (I Knew Her Well)
1966: John Randolph (Seconds)
1967: Jan Kačer (Valley of the Bees)
1968: George Constantin (Reconstruction)
1969: Kinnosuke Nakamura (Portrait of Hell)

1970: Richard Benjamin (Diary of a Mad Housewife)
1971: Donald Pleasence (Wake in Fright)
1972: Anthony Perkins (Play It As It Lays)
1973: Bill Gunn (Ganja & Hess)
1974: Joel Grey (Man on a Swing)
1975: Dominic Guard (Picnic at Hanging Rock)
1976: Jacques Denis (Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000)
1977: Anatoli Solonitsyn (The Ascent)
1978: David Emge (Dawn of the Dead)
1979: Mick Ford (Scum)

1980: Joe Pesci (Raging Bull)
1981: John Heard (Cutter’s Way)
1982: Andy Lau (Boat People)
1983: David Bowie (Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence)
1984: Hunter Carson (Paris, Texas)
1985: Mikhail Danilov (A Simple Death)
1986: Rutger Hauer (The Hitcher)
1987: Wi Kuki Kaa (Ngati)
1988: Zuhair Abdul Karim (Stars in Broad Daylight)
1989: Tsutomu Yamazaki (Rikyū)

1990: Alex Descas (No Fear, No Die)
1991: Ted Levine (The Silence of the Lambs)
1992: Jaye Davidson (The Crying Game)
1993: Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Park)
1994: Janusz Gajos (Three Colours: White)
1995: Ali Mosaffa (Pari)
1996: Timothy Spall (Secrets & Lies)
1997: Robert Forster (Jackie Brown)
1998: Dylan Baker (Happiness)
1999: John Malkovich (Being John Malkovich)

2000: Gustaf Hammarsten (Together)
2001: Jia Fengsen (Quitting)
2002: José Ángel Egido (Mondays in the Sun)
2003: Eugene Levy (A Mighty Wind)
2004: Philippe Torreton (The Light)
2005: Hideo Nakaizumi (Who’s Camus Anyway?)
2006: Michael Sheen (The Queen)
2007: Tommy Lee Jones (No Country for Old Men)
2008: Jason Butler Harner (Changeling)
2009: Daniel Brühl (Inglourious Basterds)

2010: Ben Mendelsohn (Animal Kingdom)
2011: Joeystarr (Polisse)
2012: James Franco (Spring Breakers)
2013: Michael Cera (Magic Magic)
2014: J.K. Simmons (Whiplash)
2015: Harvey Scrimshaw (The Witch)
2016: Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight)

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Postby ksrymy » Sat Jan 18, 2014 6:12 pm

Subject to change very frequently

1913 Douglas Gerrard, Suspense
1914 Bartolomeo Pagano, Cabiria
1915 Sessue Hayakawa, The Cheat
1916 Eugene Pallette, Going Straight
1917 Sam De Grasse, Wild and Woolly
1918 Theodore Roberts, Old Wives for New
1919 Donald Crisp, Broken Blossoms
1920 Lowell Sherman, Way Down East
1921 Jackie Coogan, The Kid
1922 David Torrence, Tess of the Storm Country
1923 Adolphe Menjou, A Woman of Paris
1924 Conrad Veidt, Waxworks
1925 Francis X. Bushman, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
1926 Sam De Grasse, The Black Pirate (2)
1927 Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Metropolis
1928 William Powell, The Last Command
1929 Lupino Lane, The Love Parade
1930 Wallace Beery, The Big House
1931 Sam Hardy, The Miracle Woman
1932 Tatsuo Saito, I Was Born, But...
1933 Edward Everett Horton, Design for Living
1934 Frank Morgan, The Affairs of Cellini
1935 Frank Morgan, The Good Fairy (2)
1936 Jules Berry, The Crime of Monsieur Lange
1937 Ralph Bellamy, The Awful Truth
1938 Walter Pidgeon, The Shopworn Angel
1939 Jean Renoir, The Rules of the Game
1940 Frank Morgan, The Shop Around the Corner (3)
1941 Laird Cregar, I Wake Up Screaming
1942 Ernest Anderson, In This Our Life
1943 Anton Walbrook, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
1944 Clifton Webb, Laura
1945 Boris Karloff, The Body Snatcher
1946 Claude Rains, Notorious (2)
1947 Edmund Gwenn, Miracle on 34th Street
1948 Robert Ryan, Act of Violence
1949 Frank Lovejoy, Home of the Brave
1950 Louis Calhern, The Asphalt Jungle
1951 Prithviraj Kapoor, Awaara
1952 Dick Powell, The Bad and the Beautiful
1953 Anders Ek, Sawdust and Tinsel
1954 Karl Malden, On the Waterfront (2)
1955 Raymond Massey, East of Eden
1956 Michael Hordern, The Spanish Gardener
1957 George Macready, Paths of Glory
1958 Burl Ives, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
1959 George C. Scott, Anatomy of a Murder
1960 Woody Strode, Sergeant Rutledge
1961 George C. Scott, The Hustler (2)
1962 Peter Sellers, Lolita
1963 Melvyn Douglas, Hud
1964 George C. Scott, Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (3)
1965 Oskar Werner, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold
1966 Eli Wallach, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
1967 Peter Finch, Far from the Madding Crowd
1968 Lon Chaney, Jr.; Spider Baby
1969 Gig Young, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
1970 Chief Dan George, Little Big Man
1971 Ben Johnson, The Last Picture Show
1972 Joel Grey, Cabaret
1973 Jason Miller, The Exorcist
1974 Harvey Korman, Blazing Saddles
1975 Tim Curry, The Rocky Horror Picture Show
1976 Peter Finch, Network (2)
1977 Tom Berenger, Looking for Mr. Goodbar
1978 Christopher Walken, The Deer Hunter
1979 Melvyn Douglas, Being There (2)
1980 Bryan Brown, "Breaker" Morant
1981 Jerry Orbach, Prince of the City
1982 Raúl Juliá, One from the Heart
1983 Jack Nicholson, Terms of Endearment
1984 M. Emmet Walsh, Blood Simple.
1985 Klaus Maria Brandauer, Out of Africa
1986 Dennis Hopper, Blue Velvet
1987 Albert Brooks, Broadcast News
1988 Kevin Kline, A Fish Called Wanda (2)
1989 Martin Landau, Crimes and Misdemeanors
1990 Bruce Davison, Longtime Companion
1991 Samuel L. Jackson, Jungle Fever
1992 Gene Hackman, Unforgiven
1993 Ralph Fiennes, Schindler's List
1994 Martin Landau, Ed Wood (2)
1995 Kevin Spacey, The Usual Suspects
1996 William H. Macy, Fargo
1997 Kevin Spacey, L.A. Confidential (2)
1998 Ed Harris, The Truman Show
1999 Haley Joel Osment, The Sixth Sense
2000 Willem Dafoe, Shadow of the Vampire
2001 Steve Buscemi, Ghost World
2002 Dennis Quaid, Far From Heaven
2003 Tim Robbins, Mystic River
2004 Morgan Freeman, Million Dollar Baby
2005 Jeff Daniels, The Squid and the Whale
2006 Michael Sheen, The Queen
2007 Casey Affleck, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
2008 Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
2009 Christoph Waltz, Inglourious Basterds
2010 Christian Bale, The Fighter
2011 Corey Stoll, Midnight in Paris
2012 Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained (2)
2013 Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club
2014 Edward Norton, Birdman
2015 Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies
2016 Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
2017 Willem Dafoe, The Florida Project (2)
2018 Jesse Plemons, Game Night

Multiple winners
Frank Morgan, George C. Scott - 3
Sam De Grasse, Claude Rains, Karl Malden, Peter Finch, Melvyn Douglas, Kevin Kline, Martin Landau, Kevin Spacey, Christoph Waltz, Willem Dafoe - 2
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Postby Big Magilla » Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:31 pm

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Postby Big Magilla » Thu Oct 15, 2009 9:57 am

Charlie Ruggles is most definitely a supporting player in Ruggles of Red Gap. Ruggles is Laughton's character and he is indeed the sole star of the film.
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Postby dws1982 » Thu Oct 15, 2009 9:35 am

@Reza: You're right. I considered Helmut Berger for The Damned, so I interchanged the titles.

@flipp: I'd say that Charles Laughton is the only lead in Ruggles of Red Gap. Not that it makes me right or wrong, but when I was looking through the Oscar shouldabeens thread, most everyone placed Ruggles in Support. Maybe I'll watch it again this weekend to come to a final verdict.

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Postby flipp525 » Thu Oct 15, 2009 7:29 am

dws1982 wrote:1935: Charles Ruggles, Ruggles of Red Gap

How is this a supporting peformance? Just curious.




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Postby Reza » Thu Oct 15, 2009 1:37 am

I don't think Yves Montand was in The Damned (1969). Altho he was in Z that year.

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Postby dws1982 » Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:16 pm

This was by far my hardest category. Don't really know how much I trust my picks in this category, especially as it gets farther back in years.

2009 so far: Sergei Makovetsky, 12
2008: Mark Strong, Body of Lies
2007: Hal Holbrook, Into the Wild
2006: Ken Watanabe, Letters From Iwo Jima
2005: Jeff Daniels, The Squid and the Whale
2004: Scott Mechlowicz, Mean Creek
2003: Peter Youngblood-Hills, AKA
2002: Alan Arkin, 13 Conversations About One Thing
2001: Don Cheadle, Things Behind the Sun
2000: Joaquin Phoenix, The Yards
1999: Christopher Plummer, The Insider
1998: Jonathan Pryce, Regeneration
1997: Jude Law, Gattaca
1996: Kris Kristofferson, Lone Star
1995: Delroy Lindo, Clockers
1994: Martin Landau, Ed Wood
1993: Richard Jordan, Gettysburg
1992: Gene Hackman, Unforgiven
1991: Sam Waterston, Man in the Moon
1990: Albert Finney, Miller's Crossing
1989: Alan Alda, Crimes and Misdemeanors
1988: Martin Landau, Tucker: A Man and His Dream
1987: Morgan Freeman, Street Smart
1986: Brian Cox, Manhunter
1985: John Gielgud, Plenty
1984: Paul Winfield, Mike's Murder
1983: Jeff Daniels, Terms of Endearment
1982: James Mason, The Verdict
1981: Robert Preston, S.O.B.
1980: ?
1979: Paul Dooley, Breaking Away
1978: John Savage, The Deer Hunter
1977: Costas Carras, Iphigenia
1976: James Stewart, The Shootist
1975: Robert Shaw, Jaws
1974: John Cazle, The Godfather Part II
1973: Joseph Cotten, A Delicate Balance
1972: Robert Duvall, The Godfather
1971: Jeff Bridges, The Last Picture Show
1970: Trevor Howard, Ryan's Daughter
1969: Yves Montand, The Damned
1968: Jason Robards, Once Upon a Time in the West
1967: Gene Hackman, Bonnie and Clyde
1966: Josef Somr, Closely Watched Trains
1965: Oskar Werner, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold
1964: George C. Scott, Dr. Strangelove
1963: Alain Delon, The Leopard
1962: Charles Laughton, Advise and Consent
1961: George C. Scott, The Hustler
1960: Trevor Howard, Sons and Lovers
1959: Burl Ives, Day of the Outlaw
1958: Dean Martin, Some Came Running
1957: Jack Warden, The Bachelor Party
1956: Robert Stack, Written On the Wind
1955: Raymond Massey, East of Eden
1954: Sterling Hayden, Johnny Guitar
1953: Vittorio De Sica, The Earrings of Madame de...
1952: Arthur Kennedy, The Lusty Men
1951: Karl Malden, A Streetcar Named Desire
1950: Dean Stockwell, Stars in My Crown
1949: Anthony Nicholls, The Hasty Heart
1948: Charles Bickford, Johny Belinda
1947: Richard Widmark, Kiss of Death
1946: Dana Andrews, The Best Years of Our Lives
1945: James Dunn, A Tree Grow in Brooklyn
1944: Barry Fitzgerald, Going My Way
1943: ?
1942: Claude Rains, Casablanca
1941: Donald Crisp, How Green Was My Valley
1940: John Carradine, The Grapes of Wrath
1939: Thomas Mitchell, Stagecoach
1938: Robert Morley, Marie Antoinette
1937: Ralph Bellamy, The Awful Truth
1936: ?
1935: Charles Ruggles, Ruggles of Red Gap

I think that's as far as I can go back. And I'm not sure I should've gone back that far.

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George C. Scott won four times from me. Never would've guessed he'd be my number-one winner on the male side. Twice in Lead (70, 79), and twice in Support (61, 64). I could see some of those wins going away because a few of those are from years where I haven't seen many films, but I do really like him, and always have.

Al Pacino (72, 74, 97) and John Wayne (76, 56, 49) won three times in Lead. Robert Duvall (91, 83, 72) and Joseph Cotten (73, 48, 43) won twice in Lead and once in Support. Martin Landau (94, 89, 88) and Jeff Daniels (05, 85, 83) both won once in Lead and twice in Support.

Clint Eastwood (92, 72), Jon Voight (86, 78) Lee Marvin (80, 67), Jack Lemmon (82, 62), Robert Ryan (73, 59), Humphrey Bogart (50, 42), and Henry Fonda (40, 39) won twice in Lead as well. Jeff Bridges won once in Lead (81) and once in Support (71), as did James Mason (82, 54), Jimmy Stewart (76, 46), Charles Laughton (62, 33), and Alain Delon (63, 61). Gene Hackman (92 and 67) and Trevor Howard (70 and 60) won twice in Support.

Surprisingly Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando never won from me, although they both came close in some years (Brando in 73, 72, and 51; Nicholson in 74, 97--for Blood and Wine, and 01)




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