HarryGoldfarb wrote:Big Magilla wrote:There was something to like in every one of these years, but I have to go with the once in a lifetime tribute to four old-timers the likes of which we will never see again. Nor are we likely to ever see another year in which more than one or two of the winners is a living legend like Fonda, Hepburn, Gielgud or Stapleton.
I am not really thinking this through, and I am too tired right now to make some kind of research, but do this group hold the record for the highest age average among winners?
So, this is what I got in "bunches" by age average...
1. Fonda, Hepburn, Gielgud and Stapleton (Mean age: 70,75).
2. Dujardin, Streep, Plummer and Spencer (55,5).
a. Robertson, Hepburn, Streisand, Albertson and Gordon (53).
b. Finch, Dunaway, Robards and Straight (53).
4. Scott, Jacksom, Mills and Hayes (52,5).
5. Poitier, Neal, Douglas and Rutherford (52,25).
1. Schell, Loren, Chakiris and Moreno (28,75).
2. De Niro, Spacek, Hutton and Steenburgen (29)
3. Brando, Kelly, O'Brien and Marie Saint (31).
a. Holden, Hepburn, Sinatra and Reed (32,75).
b. Hanks, Hunter, Lee Jones and Paquin (32,75).
5. March, De Havilland, Russell and Baxter (33,75).
So, here in the 80's we have one of the youngest group of winners ever and the eldest of them all.