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  1. Had 20 voters online and in person.ResultsTop 10 movies1. Night of the Hunter, The – Not Nominated2. Bad Day at Black Rock3. Diabolique – France4. East of Eden5. Marty – Actual Winner6. Mister Roberts7. Rififi – France8. Rebel Without a Cause9. Kiss Me Deadly10. To Catch a Thief Best Actor: Ernest Borgnine (Marty) - Actual WinnerBest Actress: Tie, Katharine Hepburn (Summertime) and Jane Wyman (All That Heaven Allows) - Wyman Not NominatedBest Supporting Actor: Jack Lemmon (Mister Roberts) – Actual WinnerBest Supporting Actress: Rosalind Russell (Picnic) – Not NominatedTitles with votes: 92Titl
  2. sewhite2000: I should have mentioned not to vote for Ladykillers. Good catch.
  3. Top 10 movies1. Blackboard Jungle2. Bad Day at Black Rock3. Marty4. Mister Roberts5. East of Eden6. Desperate Hours, The7. Man With the Golden Arm, The8. Oklahoma9. Artists and Models10. Guys and DollsBest Actor: Ernest Borgnine (Marty)Best Actress: Jennifer Jones (Love is a Many-Splendored Thing)Supporting Actor: Jack Lemmon (Mister Roberts)Supporting Actress: Rosalind Russell (Picnic)Titles watched: 117
  4. Had 21 voters. Cumulative results:Top 10 movies1. Rear Window - Not nominated2. On the Waterfront - Actual Winner3. A Star is Born 4. Dial M for Murder5. Hobson’s Choice - UK6. Sansho the Bailiff (Sansho dayu) - Japan7. Sabrina8. Johnny Guitar9. Caine Mutiny, The10. Seven Brides for Seven BrothersBest Actor: Marlon Brando (On the Waterfront) - Actual Winner.Best Actress: Best Actress: Judy Garland (A Star is Born)Supporting Actor: Karl Malden (On the Waterfront)Supporting Actress: Eva Marie Saint (On the Waterfront) - Actual WinnerTitles with votes: 102Titles I watched: 124
  5. Recently finished a period of watching films from 1954.My Top 10 movies:1. On the Waterfront2. White Christmas3. Caine Mutiny, The4. Country Girl, The5. Star is Born, A6. Rear Window7. Dial M for Murder8. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers9. Woman’s World10. Young at HeartBest Actor: Marlon Brando (On the Waterfront)Best Actress: Judy Garland (A Star is Born)Supporting Actor: Karl Malden (On the Waterfront)Supporting Actress: Eva Marie Saint (On the Waterfront)Note: Did not include La Strada and The Bridges at Toko-Ri because they were Oscar-nominated in other years.Titles watched: 124Television
  6. Had 27 votes for 1953. Results were:1. From Here to Eternity - Actual Winner2. Shane3. Tokyo Story (Tokyo monogatari) - Japan 4. Roman Holiday5. Band Wagon, The6. Wages of Fear, The (Le salaire de la peur) – France7. Pickup on South Street 8. Stalag 17 9. Big Heat, The10. Gentlemen Prefer BlondesBest Actor: Montgomery Clift (From Here to Eternity) Best Actress: Audrey Hepburn (Roman Holiday) - Actual WinnerSupporting Actor: Frank Sinatra (From Here to Eternity) – Actual WinnerSupporting Actress: Thelma Ritter (Pickup on South Street)Titles with votes: 63Titles I watched: 127TV titles watched:
  7. LawrenceA: You got me beat in 1953 titles watched by 18. I have to get in the ball to catch up.
  8. Top 10 movies 1. Roman Holiday2. From Here to Eternity3. Hondo4. Band Wagon, The5. Man Between, The6. Stalag 177. Shane8. Kiss Me Kate 9. Moon is Blue, The10. Blue Gardenia, TheBest Actor: Burt Lancaster (From Here to Eternity)Best Actress: Audrey Hepburn (Roman Holiday)Supporting Actor: Jack Buchanan (The Band Wagon)Supporting Actress: Thelma Ritter (Pickup on South Street)Titles watched: 126TV titles watched: series 28; episodes 222; short 1
  9. The Narrow Margin was not in the Top 10 until the most recent voter, and entered, while knocking out Come Back, Little Sheba.
  10. 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
  11. TopBilled: Who are your individual award choices for 1952?
  12. 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.
  13. 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 NominatedSuppor
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
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