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  1. dagoldenage

    1952 - one opinion

    The Narrow Margin was not in the Top 10 until the most recent voter, and entered, while knocking out Come Back, Little Sheba.
  2. dagoldenage

    1952 - one opinion

    Had 28 voters online and in person. Results:Top 10 movies 1. Singin’ in the Rain – Not Nominated 2. High Noon 3. Bad and the Beautiful, The 4. Ikiru - Japan 5. Forbidden Games (Jeux interdits) – France 6. 5 Fingers 7. Sudden Fear 8. Quiet Man, The 9. Narrow Margin, The 10. Life of Oharu, The (Saikaku ichidai onna) – Japan Best Actor: Kirk Douglas (The Bad and the Beautiful) Best Actress: Shirley Booth (Come Back, Little Sheba) - Actual Winner Supporting Actor: Donald O’Connor (Singin’ in the Rain) – Not Nominated Supporting Actress: Jean Hagen (Singin’ in the Rain) Titles with votes: 58 Titles I watched: 114 Television shows watched: total shows 14; total episodes 85
  3. dagoldenage

    1952 - one opinion

    TopBilled: Who are your individual award choices for 1952?
  4. dagoldenage

    1952 - one opinion

    Top 10 movies1. Singin’ in the Rain2. High Noon3. Bad and the Beautiful, The4. Sudden Fear5. 5 Fingers6. Come Back, Little Sheba7. Limelight8. Narrow Margin, The9. Pat and Mike10. Clash by NightBest Actor: Kirk Douglas (The Bad and the Beautiful)Best Actress: Shirley Booth (Come Back, Little Sheba)Supporting Actor: Charles Laughton (O. Henry’s Full House)Supporting Actress: Jean Hagen (Singin’ in the Rain)Note: I included Lavender Hill Mob with 1952 due to Academy eligibility; but not Umberto D for same reason.Titles watched: 114TV watched: 14 shows, 85 episodes.
  5. dagoldenage

    1951 - one opinion

    Had 16 votes online and in person. Results:Top 10 movies1. Streetcar Named Desire, A2. Strangers on a Train3. Ace in the Hole (Big Carnival, The)4. African Queen, The5. Detective Story6. American in Paris, An - Actual Winner7. Scrooge (A Christmas Carol)8. Day the Earth Stood Still, The9. Place in the Sun, A10. Thing From Another World, TheBest Actor: Tie, Humphrey Bogart (The African Queen) - Actual Winner and Marlon Brando (A Streetcar Named Desire)Best Actress: Vivien Leigh (A Streetcar Named Desire) - Actual WinnerSupporting Actor: Robert Walker (Strangers on a Train) – Not NominatedSupporting Actress: Tie, Shelley Winters (A Place in the Sun) and Jan Sterling (Ace in the Hole) – Neither NominatedTitles with votes: 51Titles I watched: 127
  6. dagoldenage

    1951 - one opinion

    TopBilled: Glad to see your choice of Alastair Sim. I definitely think he should have been nominated for Best Actor. Also, Kirk Douglas for Detective Story.
  7. dagoldenage

    1951 - one opinion

    Top 10 movies1. Scrooge (A Christmas Carol)2. Strangers on a Train3. African Queen, The4. Streetcar Named Desire, A5. American in Paris, An6. Detective Story7. Enforcer, The8. Place in the Sun, A9. Kind Lady10. Ace in the Hole (Big Carnival, The)Best Actor: Humphrey Bogart (The African Queen)Best Actress: Vivien Leigh (A Streetcar Named Desire)Supporting Actor: Karl Malden (A Streetcar Named Desire)Supporting Actress: Barbara Bel Geddes (Fourteen Hours)Titles watched: 126Note: I did not include Lavender Hill Mob because it was Oscar eligible the following year.
  8. Caught her recently in a cool episode of Screen Directors Playhouse from 1956
  9. dagoldenage

    1950 - results

    Favorite movies and individual performances of 1950.
  10. dagoldenage

    1950 - results

    Sepiatone: you didn't vote for 1950.
  11. dagoldenage

    1950 - results

    I had 22 voters in my recent 1950 thread.Results:Top 10 movies1. Sunset Blvd.2. All About Eve - Actual winner3. Asphalt Jungle, The4. In a Lonely Place5. Third Man, The (1949) - UK6. Born Yesterday7. Gun Crazy8. Cinderella9. Stage Fright10. Rashomon - JapanBest Actor: William Holden (Sunset Blvd.)Best Actress: Gloria Swanson (Sunset Blvd.)Supporting Actor: George Sanders (All About Eve) - Actual winnerSupporting Actress: Judith Anderson (The Furies) – Not nominatedTitles with votes: 73Titles I watched: 139
  12. dagoldenage

    1950 - one opinion

    TopBilled: I'm interested in your favorite movies from that year.
  13. dagoldenage

    1950 - one opinion

    Swithin: She was great, well deserving of the nomination. That was a great year for lead actress.
  14. dagoldenage

    1950 - one opinion

    1. Sunset Blvd. 2. All About Eve 3. Asphalt Jungle, The 4. Third Man, The (1949) - UK 5. Champagne for Caesar 6. Stage Fright 7. Stars in My Crown 8. Men, The 9. Three Little Words 10. Gunfighter, The Best Actor: Jose Ferrer (Cyrano de Bergerac) Best Actress: Gloria Swanson (Sunset Blvd.) Supporting Actor: Vincent Price (Champagne for Caesar) Supporting Actress: Gertrude Lawrence (Glass Menagerie, The) NOTE: I included The Third Man because it was eligible for Academy Awards that year. Titles watched: 138
  15. dagoldenage

    1949-one opinion

    There were 23 people who voted in this thread and through email on 1949. The results were:Top 10 movies 1. White Heat - Not Nominated 2. Heiress, The3. All the King’s Men - Actual Winner 4. Set-Up, The5. Late Spring (Banshun; Japan)6. Letter to Three Wives, A7. Twelve O’Clock High 8. Criss Cross9. Champion10. Stray Dog (Nora Inu; Japan) Best Actor: James Cagney (White Heat) - Not NominatedBest Actress: Olivia de Havilland (The Heiress) - Actual WinnerSupporting Actor: Ralph Richardson (The Heiress)Supporting Actress: Mercedes McCambridge (All the King’s Men) - Actual WinnerTitles with votes: 77Titles I watched: 131

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