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  1. 4 hours ago, shutoo said:

    9, 11, 17 are correct

    14 isn't ..but I can see why you thought of it...hint:the man slipping in and out of the light is the lead

    Oh...... is 14 THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL- Kirk Douglas (the only nominee from the movie that didn't win that night)?

  2. 9 is Babes in Arms --Mickey Rooney

    11 is A Star is Born (1937) -- Fredric March and Janet Gaynor

    14 looks like Citizen Kane -- Orson Welles

    17 is one of my all time favorites, Anatomy of a Murder -- James Stewart (I just redid my whole bookshelf after looking at that bookshelf and realizing that books can lay sideways -- duh!)

  3. Zero Mostel - RHINOCEROS

    Ethel Merman - CALL ME MADAM

    Ray Bolger - WHERE'S CHARLEY?

    Phil Silvers - TOP BANANA

    John Raitt - THE PAJAMA GAME

    Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Gary Beach - THE PRODUCERS (2005)

    Kevin Kline, Linda Ronstadt, Rex Smith - PIRATES OF PENZANCE

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    Only eight performers have won the Tony and later the Oscar for the same role

    (Some of these have been mentioned but I wanted to submit this as a complete list)--

    Jose Ferrer - Cyrano de Bergerac (1950)

    Shirley Booth - Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)

    Yul Brynner - The King And I (1956)

    Anne Bancroft - The Miracle Worker (1962)

    Rex Harrison - My Fair Lady (1964)

    Paul Scofield - A Man for All Seasons (1966)

    Jack Albertson - The Subject was Roses (1968)

    Joel Grey - Cabaret (1972)

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