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actors who shoulda won a best supporting oscar for their performance

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Boy was I ever surprised when I read your thread's title and then found it was about Trevor Howard, Nip!

Ya see, I would've bet it was going to be about actor William Hudson here...

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2 hours ago, Dargo said:

Boy was I ever surprised when I read your thread's title and then found it was about Trevor Howard, Nip!

Ya see, I would've bet it was going to be about actor William Hudson here...

attack-of-the-50-foot-woman-william-huds

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Hudson may not have won an Oscar but it looks like someone is giving him a big hand.

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I've always thought that Charles Laughton in SPARTACUS should have been nominated and won the Best Supporting Actor that year instead of Peter Ustinov.

Not that Ustinov wasn't great (he was), but Laughton impressed me so much more as the immoral, scheming but still likable Gracchus. I never took my eyes off him whenever he was on screen.

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I've mentioned it before here but I really think Ted Levine should have won it for Buffalo Bill.

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"Was she a great big fat person?"

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2019 - Al Pacino, The Irishman

2018 - Timothee Chalamet, Beautiful Boy

2017 - Simon Russell Beale, The Death of a President

2016 - Timothy Spall, Denial

2015 - Indris Elba, Beasts of No Nation

2014 - Edward Norton, Birdman

2013 - John Arcilla, Metro Manila

2012 - Thomas Bo Larsen, The Hunt

2011 - Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Ides of March

2010 - Justin Timberlake, The Social Network

2009 - Brad Dourif, The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

2008 - Anthony Mackie, The Hurt Locker

2007 - Philip Seymour Hoffman, Charlie Wilson’s War

2006 - Jack Nicholson, The Departed

2005 - Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man

2004 - Thomas Haden Church, Sideways

2003 - Benicio Del Toro, 21 Grams

2002 - Michael Constantine, My Big Fat Greek Wedding

2001 - James Gandolfini, The Man Who Wasn’t There

2000 - Albert Finney, Erin Brockovich

1999 - Tom Cruise, Magnolia

1998 - Brent Briscoe, A Simple Plan

1996 - Steve Buscemi, Fargo

1995 - Tim Roth, Rob Roy

1993 - Pete Postlethwaite, In the Name of the Father

1992 - Jaye Davidson, The Crying Game

1991 - Tommy Lee Jones, JFK

1990 - John Turturro, Miller's Crossing

1989 - Jack Nicholson, Batman

1988 - Carlos Riquelme, The Milagro Beanfield War

1987 - Lee Ermey, Full Metal Jacket

1985 - Alan Arkin, Joshua Then and Now

1984 - Adolph Caesar, A Soldier's Story

1982 - John Lithgow, The World According to Garp

1981 - Jerry Orbach, Prince of the City

1980 - Joe Pesci, Raging Bull

1979 - Fredric Forrest, Apocalypse Now

1978 - John Savage, The Deer Hunter

1977 - Jose Ferrer, Who Has Seen the Wind?

1976 - Zero Mostel, The Front

1975 - Chris Sarandon, Dog Day Afternoon

1974 - John Cazale, The Godfather Part II

1973 - Dustin Hoffman, Papillon

1972 - Marlon Brando, The Godfather

1971 - Warren Clarke, A Clockwork Orange

1970 - Chief Dan George, Little Big Man

1969 - Jack Nicholson, Easy Rider

1968 - Henry Fonda, Once Upon a Time In the West

1967 - Gene Hackman, Bonnie and Clyde

1966 - Mako, The Sand Pebbles

1965 - Rod Steiger, The Loved One

1964 - George C. Scott, Dr. Strangelove

1962 - Omar Sharif, Lawrence of Arabia

1961 - George C. Scott, The Hustler

1959 - Peter Sellers, I'm All Right Jack

1958 - Joseph Calleia, Touch of Evil

1957 - Sessue Hayakawa, Bridge on the River Kwai

1955 - Ralph Richardson, Richard III

1954 - Humphrey Bogart, The Caine Mutiny

1953 - Marlon Brando, Julius Caesar

1952 - Victor McLaglen, The Quiet Man

1951 - Marlon Brando, A Streetcar Named Desire

1949 - Alec Guinness, Kind Hearts and Coronets

1947 - Richard Widmark, Kiss of Death

1944 - Clifton Webb, Laura

1942 - Claude Rains, Casablanca

1941 - Sydney Greenstreet, The Maltese Falcon

1939 - Claude Rains, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1938 - Robert Morley, Marie Antoinette

1937 - Humphrey Bogart, Dead End

and if there were awards for supporting ...

1935 - Charles Laughton, Les Miserables

1934 - Erik Rhodes, The Gay Divorcee

1933 - John Barrymore, Dinner at Eight

1932 - W.C. Fields, If I Had a Million

1931 - Boris Karloff, Frankenstein

1930 - Louis Wolheim, All Quiet on the Western Front

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would be a long list in my own alternate Oscars     I only cover in that file the top 6 majors and of course scores

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On 5/13/2020 at 2:29 PM, TomJH said:

Hudson may not have won an Oscar but it looks like someone is giving him a big hand.

That isn't HOLDEN is it?

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3 hours ago, Bogie56 said:

2019 - Al Pacino, The Irishman

2018 - Timothee Chalamet, Beautiful Boy

2017 - Simon Russell Beale, The Death of a President

2016 - Timothy Spall, Denial

2015 - Indris Elba, Beasts of No Nation

2014 - Edward Norton, Birdman

2013 - John Arcilla, Metro Manila

2012 - Thomas Bo Larsen, The Hunt

2011 - Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Ides of March

2010 - Justin Timberlake, The Social Network

2009 - Brad Dourif, The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

2008 - Anthony Mackie, The Hurt Locker

2007 - Philip Seymour Hoffman, Charlie Wilson’s War

2006 - Jack Nicholson, The Departed

2005 - Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man

2004 - Thomas Haden Church, Sideways

2003 - Benicio Del Toro, 21 Grams

2002 - Michael Constantine, My Big Fat Greek Wedding

2001 - James Gandolfini, The Man Who Wasn’t There

2000 - Albert Finney, Erin Brockovich

1999 - Tom Cruise, Magnolia

1998 - Brent Briscoe, A Simple Plan

1996 - Steve Buscemi, Fargo

1995 - Tim Roth, Rob Roy

1993 - Pete Postlethwaite, In the Name of the Father

1992 - Jaye Davidson, The Crying Game

1991 - Tommy Lee Jones, JFK

1990 - John Turturro, Miller's Crossing

1989 - Jack Nicholson, Batman

1988 - Carlos Riquelme, The Milagro Beanfield War

1987 - Lee Ermey, Full Metal Jacket

1985 - Alan Arkin, Joshua Then and Now

1984 - Adolph Caesar, A Soldier's Story

1982 - John Lithgow, The World According to Garp

1981 - Jerry Orbach, Prince of the City

1980 - Joe Pesci, Raging Bull

1979 - Fredric Forrest, Apocalypse Now

1978 - John Savage, The Deer Hunter

1977 - Jose Ferrer, Who Has Seen the Wind?

1976 - Zero Mostel, The Front

1975 - Chris Sarandon, Dog Day Afternoon

1974 - John Cazale, The Godfather Part II

1973 - Dustin Hoffman, Papillon

1972 - Marlon Brando, The Godfather

1971 - Warren Clarke, A Clockwork Orange

1970 - Chief Dan George, Little Big Man

1969 - Jack Nicholson, Easy Rider

1968 - Henry Fonda, Once Upon a Time In the West

1967 - Gene Hackman, Bonnie and Clyde

1966 - Mako, The Sand Pebbles

1965 - Rod Steiger, The Loved One

1964 - George C. Scott, Dr. Strangelove

1962 - Omar Sharif, Lawrence of Arabia

1961 - George C. Scott, The Hustler

1959 - Peter Sellers, I'm All Right Jack

1958 - Joseph Calleia, Touch of Evil

1957 - Sessue Hayakawa, Bridge on the River Kwai

1955 - Ralph Richardson, Richard III

1954 - Humphrey Bogart, The Caine Mutiny

1953 - Marlon Brando, Julius Caesar

1952 - Victor McLaglen, The Quiet Man

1951 - Marlon Brando, A Streetcar Named Desire

1949 - Alec Guinness, Kind Hearts and Coronets

1947 - Richard Widmark, Kiss of Death

1944 - Clifton Webb, Laura

1942 - Claude Rains, Casablanca

1941 - Sydney Greenstreet, The Maltese Falcon

1939 - Claude Rains, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

1938 - Robert Morley, Marie Antoinette

1937 - Humphrey Bogart, Dead End

and if there were awards for supporting ...

1935 - Charles Laughton, Les Miserables

1934 - Erik Rhodes, The Gay Divorcee

1933 - John Barrymore, Dinner at Eight

1932 - W.C. Fields, If I Had a Million

1931 - Boris Karloff, Frankenstein

1930 - Louis Wolheim, All Quiet on the Western Front

BOGIE56, lots of work & list

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Did you check out actual winners though?

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My below list is sloppy & by no means COMPLETE, just off the top of my big IRISH mug right now & do you mean shoulda won THE GOLDEN BOY or just NOMMED FOR IT???

 

1959 WALTER BRENNAN in Rio Bravo

1979 DUVALL in Apocalypse

1939 DONLEVY in Beau Geste

1943 RAINS IN Casablanca-9DESERVED A LOT MORE THE CLASSIC, BUT SONG OF BENADETTE GOT IN IT's way that yr

1988 DUVALL AGAIN DESERVED COLORS-(JUST ANOTHER NOMINATION THOUGH, BECAUSE KEVIN KLINE ON FOR HIS BRILLIANT ROLE IN A FISH ALLED WANDA)

1976 FINCH THOUGH REALLY DESERVED S. ACTOR IN NETWORK, AS DID HOPKINS AS HANNIBAL LECER IN SILENCE OF THE LAMBS ONLY 22 MIN SCREEN TIME?

1973 ROBERT DE NIRO IN MEAN STREETS, BUT WAS IT SUPPORT?

1975 ROBERT SHAW IN JAWS

1979 BRANDOIN APOCALYPSE

'87 LEE ERMEY IN FULL METAL... OR DINOFRIO SAME?

BY NO MEANS FINSHED, YOU REALLY HIT A CHORD HERE BUDDY!  OF COURSE THE LADIES NEXT

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, spence said:

BOGIE56, lots of work & list

KUDOS FOR INCLUDING W.C.. & j. BARRYMORE!

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DON'T THINK THE ACADEMY KNEW WHO TO NOMINATED WHERE FOR THE DEPARTED, SO THEY WENT WITH THE ONLY ACTUAL S. ROLE IN WAHLBERG

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EXCUSE HUGE LETTERING, KEY BOARD IS SCREWING UP AGAIN

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MAKO WASUP FOR THE SAND PEBBLES, WHEN MOST THOUGHT ATTENBOROUGH DESERVED THAT SLOT

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YOU FORGOT DON KNOTTS IN THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPET???

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15 minutes ago, spence said:

Did you check out actual winners though?

Yes.  Where I have agreed with Oscar you won't see a notation.   But for the record, here they are:

1994 - Martin Landau, Ed Wood*

1986 - Michael Caine, Hannah and Her Sisters*

1983 - Jack Nicholson, Terms of Endearment*

1960 - Peter Ustinov, Spartacus*

1956 - Anthony Quinn, Lust for Life*

1950 - George Sanders, All About Eve*

1948 - Walter Huston, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre*

1946 - Harold Russell, The Best Years of Our Lives*

1943 - Charles Coburn, The More the Merrier*

1940 - Walter Brennan, The Westerner*

1936 - Walter Brennan, Come and Get It*

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SO IT IS DESERVED TO BE NOMMED & OR WIN, HUH

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1 minute ago, spence said:

YOU FORGOT DON KNOTTS IN THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPET???

Best Actor.  Not for supporting.  :lol:

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Just now, Bogie56 said:

Best Actor.  Not for supporting.  :lol:

OF COURSE JUST A GAG

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on the topic of the fun MR. LIMPET, yet another Disney has wanted to make a remake or now for decades  Like Harvey at Universal

For yrs Penny Marshall & Hanks were attached to the Jimmy Stewart classic

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HENRY TRAVERS in It's a Wonderful Life

& people are stunned when the find out MITCHUM only earned 1 singe s. actor shot for STORY OF G.I. JOE

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Edmond 0'brien in the Wild Bunch

Lee Marvin in Liberty Valance

Warren 0ates in Two-Lane Blacktop-(though maybe lead?)

 

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JOHN HUSTON in CHINATOWN (l974)

 

& how could I leave out one of the movies greatest villians  DENNIS HOPPERr in 1986's BLUE VELVET! Instead that yr HOLLYWOOD nommed him his only acting shot for HOOSIERS instead

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BARRY FITZGERALD in GOING MY WAY*-(really a supporting turn)

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