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Re: 1977 Oscar Shouldabeens

Postby CalWilliam » Sat Aug 08, 2015 8:52 am

BEST PICTURE: Julia
BEST DIRECTING: Fred Zinnemann, Julia
BEST LEADING ACTOR: Marcello Mastroianni, Una giornata particolare
BEST LEADING ACTRESS: Jane Fonda, Julia
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Jason Robards, Julia
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Vanessa Redgrave, Julia
BEST SCREENPLAY: Annie Hall
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Julia
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Re: 1977 Oscar Shouldabeens

Postby Kellens101 » Thu Feb 19, 2015 5:57 pm

Best Picture: Annie Hall
Best Director: Woody Allen for Annie Hall
Best Actor: Marcello Mastroianni in A Special Day
Best Actress: Diane Keaton in Annie Hall
Best Supporting Actor: Dirk Bogarde in Providence
Best Supporting Actress: Vanessa Redgrave in Julia
Best Original Screenplay: Annie Hall
Best Adapted Screenplay: That Obscure Object of Desire
Best Score: Star Wars
Best Art Direction: Star Wars
Best Costume Design: Star Wars
Best Editing: Star Wars
Best Cinematography: Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Best Sound: Star Wars
Best Foreign Film: That Obscure Object of Desire

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Re: 1977 Oscar Shouldabeens

Postby mojoe92 » Tue Jul 30, 2013 2:44 am

Best Picture

Suspiria- 3rd Place
High Anxiety- 4th Place
3 Women- WINNER
Equus- 5th Place
September 30, 1955- RUNNER UP

Best Director

Dario Argento- Suspiria- WINNER
Robert Altman- 3 Women- RUNNER UP
Mel Brooks- High Anxiety- 3rd Place
Richard Brooks- Looking for Mr. Goodbar- 4th Place
George Lucas- Star Wars- 5th Place

Best Actress

Shelley DuVall- 3 Women- RUNNER UP
Cicely Tyson- A Hero Ain't Nothin But A Sandwich- 3rd Place
Madeline Kahn- High Anxiety-4th Place
Susan Tyrrell- September 30,1955- WINNER
Diane Keaton- Looking for Mr. Goodbar- 5th Place

Best Actor

Richard Dreyfuss- The Goodbye Girl- 5th Place
Richard Burton- Equus- 4th Place
Marcello Mastroianni- A Special Day- WINNER
Burt Reynolds- Smokey & The Bandit- 3rd Place
Paul Newman- Slap Shot- RUNNER UP

Best Supporting Actress

Tuesday Weld- Looking For Mr. Goodbar- 4th Place
Leslie Browne- The Turning Point- TIE- WINNER
Quinn Cummings- The Goodbye Girl- TIE- WINNER
Cloris Leachmen- High Anxiety- 5th Place
Teri Garr- Close Encounters of the Third Kind- 3rd Place

Best Supporting Actor

Mikhail Baryshnikov- The Turning Point- RUNNER UP
Jackie Gleason- Smokey & The Bandit- WINNER
Kris Kristofferson- Semi Tough- 4th Place
Paul Winfield- A Hero Ain't Nothing But A Sandwich- 5th Place
Jason Robards- Julia- 3rd Place

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Postby ksrymy » Sun Jul 28, 2013 3:19 pm

BEST PICTURE
01. Suspiria (dir. Dario Argento)
02. Eraserhead (dir. David Lynch)
03. The Ascent (dir. Larisa Shepitko)
04. Annie Hall (dir. Woody Allen)
05. Desperate Living (dir. John Waters)
06. Opening Night (dir. John Cassavetes)
07. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (dir. Steven Spielberg)
08. Providence (dir. Alain Resnais)
09. Looking for Mr. Goodbar (dir. Richard Brooks)
10. 3 Women (dir. Robert Altman)

BEST DIRECTOR
01. David Lynch, Eraserhead
02. Larisa Shepitko, The Ascent
03. Dario Argento, Suspiria
04. Woody Allen, Annie Hall
05. John Waters, Desperate Living

BEST ACTOR
01. John Gielgud, Providence
02. Marcello Mastroianni, A Special Day
03. Fernando Rey, That Obscure Object of Desire
04. Art Carney, The Late Show
05. Bruno Ganz, The American Friend

BEST ACTRESS
01. Gena Rowlands, Opening Night
02. Shelley Duvall, 3 Women
03. Diane Keaton, Looking for Mr. Goodbar
04. Diane Keaton, Annie Hall
05. Simone Signoret, Madame Rosa

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
01. Tom Berenger, Looking for Mr. Goodbar
02. Dirk Bogarde, Providence
03. Richard Gere, Looking for Mr. Goodbar
04. Dennis Hopper, The American Friend
05. David Gulpilil, The Last Wave

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
01. Vanessa Redgrave, Julia
02. Sissy Spacek, 3 Women
03. Joan Blondell, Opening Night
04. Mink Stole, Desperate Living
05. Jean Hill, Desperate Living

BEST SCREENPLAY
01. Annie Hall (Woody Allen, Marshall Brickman)
02. Desperate Living (John Waters)
03. Opening Night (John Cassavetes)
04. 3 Women (Robert Altman)
05. Looking for Mr. Goodbar (Richard Brooks, based on the novel by Judith Rossner)

BEST FILM EDITING
01. Eraserhead (David Lynch)
02. Suspiria (Franco Fraticelli)
03. The Ascent (Valeriya Belova)
04. Sorcerer (Robert K. Lambert, Bud S. Smith)
05. Star Wars (Richard Chew, Paul Hirsch, Marcia Lucas)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
01. Suspiria (Luciano Tovoli)
02. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Vilmos Zsigmond)
03. Eraserhead (Herbert Caldwell, Frederick Elmes)
04. The American Friend (Robby Müller)
05. The Ascent (Vladimir Chukhnov, Pavel Lebeshev)

BEST ART DIRECTION
01. Suspiria (Giuseppe Bassan)
02. Star Wars (John Barry, Leslie Dilley, Norman Reynolds, Roger Christian)
03. New York, New York (Boris Leven, Harry Kemm, Robert De Vestel, Ruby R. Levitt)
04. Valentino (Philip Harrison)
05. The Duellists (Bryan Graves, Peter J. Hampton)

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
01. Star Wars (John Mollo)
02. Valentino (Shirley Russell)
03. New York, New York (Theadora Van Runkle)
04. The Duellists (Tom Rand)
05. Julia (Anthea Sylbert)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
01. Suspiria (Dario Argento, Goblin)
02. Star Wars (John Williams)
03. Capricorn One (Jerry Goldsmith)
04. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (John Williams)
05. Providence (Miklós Rózsa)

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
01. Saturday Night Fever (“How Deep Is Your Love,” music and lyrics by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robin Gibb, performance by Bee Gees)
02. Saturday Night Fever (“Stayin' Alive,” music and lyrics by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robin Gibb, performance by Bee Gees)
03. Saturday Night Fever (“Night Fever,” music and lyrics by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robin Gibb, performance by Bee Gees)
04. The Rescuers ("The Journey," music by Carol Connors, lyrics by Ayn Robbins, performed by Shelby Flint)
05. The Spy Who Loved Me (“Nobody Does It Better,” music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, performed by Carly Simon)

BEST SOUND
01. Eraserhead (David Lynch, Alan Splet)
02. Suspiria (Luciano Anzellotti)
03. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Robert Knudson, Robert Glass, Don MacDougall, Gene Cantamessa, Frank Warner)
04. Star Wars (Don MacDougall, Ray West, Bob Minkler, Derek Ball)
05. Cross of Iron (David Hildyard, Rodney Holland)

BEST MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING
01. The Hills Have Eyes (Dave Ayres, RaMona Fleetwood, Ken Horn, Donald Mulderick)
02. Suspiria (Maria Teresa Corridoni, Pierantonio Mecacci)
03. The Duellists (Sue Barradell)
04. Eraserhead (uncredited)
05. The Ascent (S. Kalinin)

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
01. Star Wars (John Stears, John Dykstra, Richard Edlund, Grant McCune, Robert Blalack)
02. Capricorn One (Bruce Mattox; Henry Millar, Jr.; Henry Millar, Sr.’ Robert Spurlock)
03. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Douglas Trumbull, Roy Arbogast, Carlo Rambaldi)
04. The Spy Who Loved Me (John Evans, Alan Maley, Derek Meddings)
05. Cross of Iron (Helmut Klee, Richard Richtsfeld)

FINAL TALLY
8 nominations: Suspiria (4 wins)
6 nominations: Eraserhead (3 wins), Star Wars (2 wins)
5 nominations: The Ascent, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Desperate Living, Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1 win)
4 nominations: Annie Hall (1 win), Opening Night (1 win), Providence (1 win), 3 Women
3 nominations: The American Friend, The Duellists, Saturday Night Fever (1 win)
2 nominations: Capricorn One, Cross of Iron, Julia (1 win); New York, New York; The Spy Who Loved Me, Valentino
1 nomination: The Hills Have Eyes (1 win), The Last Wave, The Late Show, Madame Rosa, The Rescuers, That Obscure Object of Desire, Sorcerer, A Special Day
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Postby Big Magilla » Mon Sep 14, 2009 4:44 pm

Which is why I go by the earlier of either the N.Y. or L.A. release date.

The Oscars remedied he situation in recent years by making a film that is nominated for a Foreign Film Oscar n one year ineligible the following year. I'm not sure but this may also extend to submitted films that don't actually get nominated.
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Postby Cinemanolis » Mon Sep 14, 2009 4:05 pm

Big Magilla wrote:Just curious why you included Simone Signoret here when you seem to go by Oscar eligibility dates otherwise. Madame Rosa was a 1978 release in the U.S.

I am just mixed up with the whole Oscars system of nominating a film in the foreign film category one year, and have it's actors and screenwriters nominated the other. That's the case with 'Madame Rosa', It's nominated for Foreign film at the 1977 Oscars but Signoret was eligible the following year. The same thing with "Day for Night", Sundays and Cybele" and so many other films. What about "I Am Cuba"? Produced in 1964 and shown in the U.S. 30 years later. What would be the use of nominating it in my 1995 awards? In my awards i find it ridiculous to nominate the same film in 2 different years. And on top of that there's also the case of "Limelight", "Rules of the Games" and numerous films that were released in U.S. many years after their production year. Then there's one of my favourite films "The Fire Within". Produced in 1963, shown at the NY festival in 1964 and released in U.S. IN 1966. All these may sound ridiculous, but as i am currently trying to organize the lists of my best of the year, i am very confused.




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Postby Big Magilla » Thu Aug 20, 2009 6:07 pm

Cinemanolis wrote:BEST ACTRESS
Diane Keaton – Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Marsha Mason - The Goodbye Girl
Shirley MacLaine - The Turning Point
*Gena Rowlands – Opening Night
Simone Signoret - Madame Rosa

Just curious why you included Simone Signoret here when you seem to go by Oscar eligibility dates otherwise. Madame Rosa was a 1978 release in the U.S.
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Postby Cinemanolis » Thu Aug 20, 2009 4:55 pm

BEST PICTURE
*Annie Hall
Equus
Providence
Star Wars
The Turning Point

BEST DIRECTOR
Woody Allen - Annie Hall
Luscino Visconti – Conversation Piece
Luis Bunuel – That Obscure Object of Desire
John Cassavetes – Opening Night
Sidney Lumet - Equus
*Alain Resnais - Providence

BEST ACTOR
Richard Burton - Equus
Art Carney – The Late Show
Richard Dreyfuss - The Goodbye Girl
*John Gielgud - Providence
Marcelo Mastroianni – A Special Day

BEST ACTRESS
Diane Keaton – Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Marsha Mason - The Goodbye Girl
Shirley MacLaine - The Turning Point
*Gena Rowlands – Opening Night
Simone Signoret - Madame Rosa

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Mikhail Baryshnikov - The Turning Point
Dirk Borgade - Providence
*Peter Firth - Equus
Richard Gere - Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Jason Robards - Julia

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Leslie Browne - The Turning Point
Melinda Dillon – Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Joan Plowright - Equus
*Vanessa Redgrave - Julia
Sissy Spacek – 3 Women

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Annie Hall
The Goodbye Girl
*Providence
A Special Day
Conversation Piece

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The American Friend
*Equus
Julia
Looking for Mr. Goodbar
That Obscure Object of Desire

BEST ENSEMBLE
Annie Hall
A Bridge Too Far
*Julia
Slap Shot
The Turning Point

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Postby Hustler » Tue Mar 10, 2009 2:17 pm

--flipp525 wrote:
--Big Magilla wrote:Best Supporting Actor
Richard Gere, Looking for Mr. Goodbar

I found Tom Berenger's brief performance the male supporting standout in Looking for Mr. Goodbar.

There is no comparison. Berenger´s performance is riveting.




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Postby flipp525 » Tue Mar 10, 2009 9:34 am

--Big Magilla wrote:Best Supporting Actor
Richard Gere, Looking for Mr. Goodbar

I found Tom Berenger's brief performance to be the male supporting standout in Looking for Mr. Goodbar.




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Postby Cinemanolis » Tue Mar 10, 2009 6:20 am

Reza wrote:Just watched the harrowing greek tragedy Iphigenia. Irene Papas is truly a greek national treasure.

I am glad you liked it.

Cocoyannis claims that a secretary at the Academy who was a fan of the film, revealed him that he lost the Foreign Language Oscar for 1 vote. I really find it very hard to imagine that a secretary of the Academy would ever reveal such things to a nominee.

I like Papas in this role, however i have a problem with Kostas Kazakos who plays Agamenonas. He spoils the film for me. I also love Tatiana Papamoschou who is a very good friend of mine. She has told me that with this film she gained many wonderful experiences (premieres in Cannes and U.S.A.), some really bad ones during filming (it was hewr first film without any prior acting experience) and a Canadian stalker who came to Greece because he was in love with her, and stayed here for months.

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Postby Reza » Sun Nov 30, 2008 2:42 pm

Just watched the harrowing greek tragedy Iphigenia. Irene Papas is truly a greek national treasure.

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Postby Reza » Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:05 pm

Cinemanolis wrote:Just finished watching 'Providence'. What a delightful and original film! Wonderful performances all around. John Gielgud is delightful, so are Dirk Borgade and Ellen Burnstyn. If you haven't seen it, it's well worth the trouble trying to find it.

I agree!

I have the film, Resnais, Gielgud, Bogarde and Burstyn all on my list below.

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Postby Cinemanolis » Sun Jun 22, 2008 4:57 pm

Just finished watching 'Providence'. What a delightful and original film! Wonderful performances all around. John Gielgud is delightful, so are Dirk Borgade and Ellen Burnstyn. If you haven't seen it, it's well worth the trouble trying to find it.

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Postby Hollywood Z » Sat Oct 01, 2005 2:11 am

Eric, I highly praise your choice of adding Suspiria on that list. It's one of my favorite horror films and very underrated. Probably one of the best D.P. jobs out there by Lucianno Tavoli.
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