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Postby HarryGoldfarb » Tue May 06, 2008 12:50 pm

...Or it could happened cause someone ACTUALLY believed Winters was better than Heckart...
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Postby flipp525 » Tue May 06, 2008 12:46 pm

Penelope wrote:Supporting Actress '72: Shelley Winters eliminates Eileen Heckart

This is still pissing me off. I almost feel like if you haven't seen at least three of the nominees in a category, then you should take a pass on your turn. When someone hasn't seen any of the nominees, which I believe was the case here, this sort of thing happens.

I mean, ideally, this game should only be played by Oscar completists or near-completists.




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Postby Penelope » Tue Apr 29, 2008 9:23 pm

New player line-up posted below.
"...it is the weak who are cruel, and...gentleness is only to be expected from the strong." - Leo Reston

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Postby Penelope » Sun Mar 23, 2008 12:35 pm

Thanks, rain Bard, I think I've got it mastered now!
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Postby rain Bard » Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:55 am

I double checked all the categories sent to or from me, and you've got 'em all listed in the proper threads. Thanks for all the organizational effort!

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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:12 pm

As of 7/19/08; three rounds and we will change the line-up:

Sabin (3 Passes: Film Editing ’00; Adapted Screenplay '75; Music Score '64)--No Passes Left
Okri (3 Passes: Supporting Actor ’77; Picture ’43; Actress ’58)—No Passes Left
rudeboy (2 Passes: Director ’52; Picture ’69)
OscarGuy (1 Pass: Cinematography ’79)
dws1982 (3 Passes: Director ’46; Picture ’04; Supporting Actor ’04)—No Passes Left
Harry Goldfarb (2 Passes: Actor ’79; Picture ’40)
barrybrooks8 (2 Passes: Picture '61, Supporting Actress '95)
Flipp (1 Pass: Original Song ’88)
FilmFan720 (3 Passes: Picture ’55; Actress ’06, Actress '77)--No Passes Left
Cinemanolis (2 Passes: Picture ’99; Actor ’48)
rainbard (2 Passes: Supporting Actor ’84; Original Score ’77)
Original BJ (3 Passes: Supporting Actor ’03; Picture ’77; Actress ’39)—No Passes Left
Penelope (3 Passes: Supporting Actress ’68; Cinematography ’78; Actor ’39)—No Passes Left
Reza (1 Pass: Picture '83)




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:52 pm

Picture '98: The Thin Red Line eliminates Shakespeare in Love
Director '98: Terence Malick eliminates Steven Spielberg
Actor '98: Edward Norton eliminates Roberto Benigni
Actress '98: Cate Blanchett eliminates Gwyneth Paltrow
Supporting Actor '98: Robert Duvall eliminates James Coburn
Supporting Actress '98: Kathy Bates eliminates Judi Dench
Original Screenplay '98: The Truman Show eliminates Shakespeare in Love
Adapted Screenplay '98: The Thin Red Line eliminates Gods and Monsters
Cinematography '98: The Thin Red Line eliminates Shakespeare in Love
Film Editing '98: Shakespeare in Love eliminates Saving Private Ryan
Original Score '98: The Thin Red Line eliminates Life is Beautiful
Original Song '98: "A Soft Place to Fall" replaces "When You Believe"

Picture '99: American Beauty remains the winner
Director '99: Spike Jonze eliminates Sam Mendes
Actor '99: Richard Farnsworth eliminates Kevin Spacey
Actress '99: Hilary Swank is restored as the winner
Supporting Actor '99: Haley Joel Osment eliminates Michael Caine
Supporting Actress '99: Toni Collette eliminates Angelina Jolie
Adapted Screenplay '99: Election eliminates The Cider House Rules
Original Screenplay '99: The Sixth Sense eliminates American Beauty
Cinematography '99: The End of the Affair eliminates American Beauty
Film Editing '99: American Beauty eliminates The Matrix
Original Score '99: Angela's Ashes eliminates The Red Violin
Original Song '99: "When She Loved Me" eliminates "You'll Be In My Heart"

Picture '00: Traffic eliminates Gladiator
Director '00: Stephen Daldry eliminates Steven Soderbergh
Actress '00: Ellen Burstyn eliminates Julia Roberts
Actor '00: Javier Bardem eliminates Russell Crowe
Supporting Actor '00: Willem Dafoe eliminates Benicio del Toro
Supporting Actress '00: Julie Walters eliminates Marcia Gay Harden
Original Screenplay '00: Billy Elliot eliminates Almost Famous
Adapted Screenplay '00: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon eliminates Traffic
Cinematography '00: O Brother, Where Art Thou eliminates Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Film Editing '00: Traffic remains the winner
Original Song '00: "I've Seen it All" eliminates "Things Have Changed"
Original Score '00: Malena eliminates Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Picture '01: Gosford Park eliminates A Beautiful Mind
Director '01: Peter Jackson eliminates Ron Howard
Actor '01: Tom Wilkinson eliminates Denzel Washington
Actress '01: Renée Zellweger eliminates Halle Berry
Supporting Actor '01: Ian McKellan eliminates Jim Broadbent
Supporting Actress '01: Maggie Smith eliminates Jennifer Connelly
Original Screenplay '01: Amelie eliminates Gosford Park
Adapted Screenplay '01: Ghost World eliminates A Beautiful Mind
Cinematography '01: The Man Who Wasn't There eliminates LOTR1
Film Editing '01: Memento eliminates Black Hawk Down
Original Score '01: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone eliminates The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Original Song '01: "May It Be" replaces "If I Didn't Have You"

Picture '02: The Pianist eliminates Chicago
Director '02: Stephen Daldry eliminates Roman Polanski
Actor '02: Nicolas Cage eliminates Adrien Brody
Actress '02: Renée Zellweger eliminates Nicole Kidman
Supporting Actor '02: John C. Reilly eliminates Chris Cooper
Supporting Actress '02: Meryl Streep eliminates Catherine Zeta-Jones
Original Screenplay '02: Far From Heaven eliminates Talk to Her
Adapted Screenplay '02: About a Boy eliminates The Pianist
Cinematography '02: Far From Heaven eliminates Road to Perdition
Editing '02: The Pianist eliminates Chicago
Original Score '02: The Hours eliminates Frida
Original Song '02: "Burn It Blue" eliminates "Lose Yourself"

Picture '03: Lost in Translation eliminates LOTR3
Director '03: Sophia Coppola eliminates Peter Jackson
Actor '03: Ben Kingsley eliminates Sean Penn
Actress '03: Diane Keaton eliminates Charlize Theron
Supporting Actor '03: Tim Robbins remains the winner
Supporting Actress '03: Shoreh Aghdashloo eliminates Renée Zellweger
Original Screenplay '03: Lost in Translation remains the winner
Adapted Screenplay '03: Mystic River replaces The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Cinematography '03: The Girl with the Pearl Earring eliminates Master & Commander
Original Score '03: Big Fish eliminates LOTR: ROTK
Original Song '03: "Into the West" remains the winner

Picture '04: Million Dollar Baby remains the winner
Director '04: Mike Leigh eliminates Clint Eastwood
Actor '04: Clint Eastwood eliminates Jamie Foxx
Actress '04: Kate Winslet eliminates Hilary Swank
Supporting Actor '04: Morgan Freeman remains the winner
Supporting Actress '04: Laura Linney eliminates Cate Blanchett
Cinematography '04: House of Flying Daggers eliminates The Aviator
Original Screenplay '04: The Incredibles eliminates Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Adapted Screenplay '04: Before Sunset eliminates Sideways
Film Editing '04: Million Dollar Baby eliminates The Aviator
Original Score '04: Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban eliminates Finding Neverland

Picture '05: Brokeback Mountain eliminates Crash
Director '05: Steven Spielberg eliminates Ang Lee
Actor '05: Heath Ledger eliminates Philip Seymour Hoffman
Actress '05: Judi Dench eliminates Reese Witherspoon
Supporting Actor '05: Jake Gyllenhaal eliminates George Clooney
Supporting Actress '05: Michelle Williams eliminates Rachel Weisz
Adapted Screenplay '05: Munich eliminates Brokeback Mountain
Original Screenplay '05: The Squid & the Whale eliminates Crash
Cinematography '05: The New World eliminates Memoirs of a Geisha
Film Editing '05: The Constant Gardener eliminates Crash
Original Score '05: Brokeback Mountain remains the winner

Picture '06: Letters From Iwo Jima eliminates The Departed
Director '06: Stephen Frears eliminates Martin Scorcese
Actor '06: Ryan Gosling eliminates Forrest Whitaker
Actress '06: Helen Mirren remains the winner
Supporting Actor '06: Eddie Murphy eliminates Alan Arkin
Supporting Actress '06: Rinko Kikuchi eliminates Jennifer Hudson
Original Screenplay '06: Letters from Iwo Jima replaces Little Miss Sunshine
Adapted Screenplay '06: Children of Men eliminates The Departed
Cinematography '06: The Black Dahlia eliminates Pan's Labyrinth
Film Editing '06: Children of Men eliminates The Departed
Original Song '06: "Listen" eliminates "I Need to Wake Up"

Picture '07: There Will Be Blood eliminates No Country For Old Men
Director '07: The Coen Brothers remain the winners
Actor '07: Viggo Mortensen eliminates Daniel Day-Lewis
Actress '07: Julie Christie eliminates Marion Cotillard
Supporting Actress '07: Cate Blanchett eliminates Tilda Swinton
Supporting Actor '07: Casey Affleck eliminates Javier Bardem
Original Screenplay '07: Lars and the Real Girl eliminates Juno
Adapted Screenplay '07: Away From Her eliminates no Country for Old Men
Cinematography '07: The Assassination of Jesse James... eliminates There Will Be Blood
Film Editing '07: No Country for Old Men eliminates The Bourne Ultimatum

Picture '08: Milk eliminates Slumdog Millionaire
Actor '08: Frank Langella eliminates Sean Penn
Actress '08: Anne Hathaway eliminates Kate Winslet
Supporting Actor '08: Heath Ledger remains the winner
Supporting Actress '08: Viola Davis eliminates Penélope Cruz
Original Screenplay '08: Happy-Go-Lucky eliminates Milk
Film Editing '08: Milk eliminates Slumdog Millionaire
Adapted Screenplay '08: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button eliminates Slumdog Millionaire
Original Score '08: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button eliminates Slumdog Millionaire
Original Song '08: "O Saya" eliminates "Jai Ho"




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:39 pm

Picture '88: Dangerous Liaisons eliminates Rain Man
Director '88: Martin Scorsese eliminates Barry Levinson
Actor '88: Max von Sydow eliminates Dustin Hoffman
Actress '88: Glenn Close eliminates Jodie Foster
Supporting Actor '88: River Phoenix replaces Kevin Kline
Supporting Actress '88: Geena Davis remains the winner
Original Screenplay '88: Running On Empty eliminates Rain Man
Cinematography '88: The Unbearable Lightness of Being eliminates Mississippi Burning
Original Score: Dangerous Liaisons eliminates The Milagro Beanfield War
Original Song '88: "Let the River Run" remains the winner

Picture '89: My Left Foot eliminates Driving Miss Daisy
Director '89: Woody Allen eliminates Oliver Stone
Actor '89: Morgan Freeman eliminates Daniel Day-Lewis
Actress '89: Michelle Pfeiffer eliminates Jessica Tandy
Supporting Actor '89: Martin Landau eliminates Denzel Washington
Supporting Actress '89: Dianne Wiest eliminates Brenda Fricker
Original Screenplay '89: Do the Right Thing eliminates Dead Poets Society
Adapted Screenplay '89: Enemies, A Love Story eliminates Driving Miss Daisy
Cinematography '89: The Fabulous Baker Boys eliminates Glory
Film Editing '89: Glory eliminates Born on the Fourth of July
Original Song '89: "Kiss the Girl" eliminates "Under the Sea"

Picture '90: Goodfellas eliminates Dances With Wolves
Actor '90: Gérard Depardieu eliminates Jeremy Irons
Actress '90: Meryl Streep eliminates Kathy Bates
Supporting Actor '90: Bruce Davison eliminates Joe Pesci
Supporting Actress '90: Lorraine Bracco replaces Whoopi Goldberg
Director '90: Stephen Frears eliminates Kevin Costner
Adapted Screenplay '90: Reversal of Fortune eliminates Dances with Wolves
Original Screenplay '90: Avalon eliminates Ghost
Cinematography '90: Dick Tracy eliminates Dances With Wolves
Original Song '90: "Blaze of Glory" eliminates "Sooner or Later"

Picture '91: JFK eliminates The Silence of the Lambs
Director '91: Oliver Stone eliminates Jonathan Demme
Actor '91: Robin Williams eliminates Anthony Hopkins
Actress '91: Laura Dern eliminates Jodie Foster
Supporting Actor '91: Tommy Lee Jones eliminates Jack Palance
Supporting Actress '91: Jessica Tandy eliminates Mercedes Reuhl
Adapted Screenplay '91: Bugsy eliminates The Silence of the Lambs
Original Screenplay '91: The Fisher King eliminates Thelma & Louise
Cinematography '91: Bugsy eliminates JFK
Original Score '91: JFK eliminates Beauty and the Beast
Original Song '91: "Be Our Guest" eliminates "Beauty and the Beast"

Picture '92: The Crying Game eliminates Unforgiven
Actor '92: Stephen Rea eliminates Al Pacino
Actress '92: Susan Sarandon eliminates Emma Thompson
Supporting Actress '92: Miranda Richardson eliminates Marisa Tomei
Supporting Actor '92: Al Pacino eliminates Gene Hackman
Original Screenplay: Passion Fish eliminates The Crying Game
Adapted Screenplay: Enchanted April eliminates Howards End
Cinematography '92: Unforgiven eliminates A River Runs Through It
Film Editing '92: The Player eliminates Unforgiven
Original Score '92: Basic Instinct eliminates Aladdin
Original Song '92: "Friend Like Me" eliminates "A Whole New World"

Picture '93: The Piano eliminates Schindler's List
Director '93: Jane Campion eliminates Steven Spielberg
Actor '93: Liam Neeson eliminates Tom Hanks
Actress '93: Stockard Channing eliminates Holly Hunter
Supporting Actor '93: Ralph Fiennes eliminates Tommy Lee Jones
Supporting Actress '93: Holly Hunter eliminates Anna Paquin
Original Screenplay '93: Sleepless in Seattle eliminates The Piano
Adapted Screenplay '93: The Age of Innocence replaces Schindler's List
Original Score '93: The Age of Innocence eliminates Schindler's List
Original Song '93: "Again" eliminates "Streets of Philadelphia"
Visual Effects '93: Jurassic Park remains the winner

Picture '94: Quiz Show eliminates Forrest Gump
Director '94: Quentin Tarentino eliminates Robert Zemickis
Actor '94: Paul Newman eliminates Tom Hanks
Actress '94: Winona Ryder eliminates Jessica Lange
Supporting Actor '94: Samuel L. Jackson eliminates Martin Landau
Supporting Actress '94: Uma Thurman eliminates Dianne Wiest
Original Screenplay '94: Red eliminates Pulp Fiction
Adapted Screenplay '94: Quiz Show eliminates Forrest Gump
Cinematography '94: Red eliminates Legends of the Fall
Film Editing '94: Hoop Dreams eliminates Forrest Gump
Original Score '94: Little Women eliminates The Lion King
Original Song '94: "Circle of Life" eliminates "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"

Picture '95: Babe eliminates Braveheart
Director '95: Tim Robbins eliminates Mel Gibson
Actor '95: Sean Penn eliminates Nicolas Cage
Actress '95: Meryl Streep eliminates Susan Sarandon
Supporting Actor '95: Tim Roth eliminates Kevin Spacey
Supporting Actress '95: Mira Sorvino remains the winner
Original Screenplay '95: Toy Story eliminates The Usual Suspects
Adapted Screenplay '95: Leaving Las Vegas eliminates Sense & Sensibility
Cinematography '95: A Little Princess replaces Braveheart
Film Editing '95: Seven eliminates Apollo 13
Original Dramatic Score '95: Sense and Sensibility eliminates Il Postino
Original Comedy/Musical Score '95: Toy Story eliminates Pocahontas
Original Song '95: "You've Got a Friend in Me" eliminates "Colors of the Wind"

Picture '96: Fargo eliminates The English Patient
Director '96: Mike Leigh eliminates Anthony Minghella
Actor '96: Woody Harrelson eliminates Geoffrey Rush
Actress '96: Emily Watson eliminates Frances McDormand
Supporting Actor '96: Edward Norton eliminates Cuba Gooding Jr.
Supporting Actress '96: Marianne Jean-Baptiste eliminates Juliette Binoche
Original Screenplay '96: Lone Star eliminates Fargo
Adapted Screenplay '96: The English Patient eliminates Sling Blade
Cinematography '96: Evita eliminates The English Patient
Film Editing '96: Evita eliminates The English Patient
Costume Design '96: Hamlet eliminates The English Patient

Picture '97: Good Will Hunting eliminates Titanic
Director '97: Atom Egoyan eliminates James Cameron
Actor '97: Robert Duvall eliminates Jack Nicholson
Actress '97: Julie Christie eliminates Helen Hunt
Supporting Actor '97: Greg Kinnear eliminates Robin Williams
Supporting Actress '97: Julianne Moore eliminates Kim Basinger
Adapted Screenplay '97: The Sweet Hereafter eliminates L.A. Confidential
Original Screenplay '97: Boogie Nights eliminates Good Will Hunting
Cinematography '97: L.A. Confidential eliminates Titanic
Film Editing '97: L.A. Confidential eliminates Titanic
Original Dramatic Score '97: L.A. Confidential eliminates Titantic
Original Song '97: "How Do I Live" eliminates "My Heart Will Go On"




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:25 pm

Picture '78: An Unmarried Woman eliminates The Deer Hunter
Director '78: Woody Allen replaces Michael Cimino
Actor '78: Gary Busey eliminates Jon Voight
Actress '78: Ingrid Bergman eliminates Jane Fonda
Supporting Actor '78: John Hurt eliminates Christopher Walken
Supporting Actress '78: Maureen Stapleton eliminates Maggie Smith
Original Screenplay '78: Autumn Sonata eliminates Coming Home
Adapted Screenplay '78: Heaven Can Wait eliminates Midnight Express
Cinematography '78: Days of Heaven remains the winner

Picture '79: All That Jazz eliminates Kramer vs. Kramer
Director '79: Francis Ford Coppola eliminates Robert Benton
Actor '79: Dustin Hoffman remains the winner
Actress '79: Jane Fonda eliminates Sally Field
Supporting Actor '79: Robert Duvall eliminates Melvyn Douglas
Supporting Actress '79: Candice Bergen eliminates Meryl Streep
Original Screenplay '79: The China Syndrome eliminates Breaking Away
Adapted Screenplay '79: La Cage Aux Folles eliminates Kramer vs. Kramer
Cinematography '79: Apocalypse Now remains the winner

Picture '80: The Elephant Man eliminates Ordinary People
Director '80: David Lynch eliminates Robert Redford
Actor '80: John Hurt eliminates Robert DeNiro
Actress '80: Sissy Spacek remains the winner.
Supporting Actor: Joe Pesci eliminates Timothy Hutton
Supporting Actress '80: Eileen Brennan eliminates Mary Steenburgen
Adapted Screenplay '80: The Elephant Man eliminates Ordinary People
Cinematography '80: Raging Bull eliminates Tess
Film Editing '80: The Elephant Man eliminates Raging Bull
Original Score '80: The Elephant Man eliminates Fame

Picture '81: Atlantic City eliminates Chariots of Fire
Director '81: Louis Malle replaces Ware
Actor '81: Burt Lancaster eliminates Henry Fonda
Actress '81: Marsha Mason eliminates Katharine Hepburn
Supporting Actor '81: Jack Nicholson eliminates John Gielgud
Supporting Actress '81: Melinda Dillon eliminates Maureen Stapleton
Original Screenplay '81: Atlantic City eliminates Chariots of Fire
Adapted Screenplay '81: Prince of the City replaces On Golden Pond
Cinematography '81: Raiders of the Lost Ark replaces Reds
Film Editing '81: Reds eliminates Raiders of the Lost Ark
Original Score '81: Raiders of the Lost Ark eliminates Chariots of Fire

Picture '82: E.T. eliminates Gandhi
Director '82: Steven Spielberg eliminates Richard Attenborough
Actor '82: Jack Lemmon eliminates Ben Kingsley
Actress '82: Sissy Spacek eliminates Meryl Streep
Supporting Actor '82: Robert Preston eliminates Louis Gossett, Jr.
Supporting Actress '82: Lesley Ann Warren eliminates Jessica Lange
Original Screenplay '82: E.T. eliminates Gandhi
Adapted Screenplay '82: Victor/Victoria eliminates Missing
Cinematography '82: Das Boot eliminates Gandhi
Original Score '82: Poltergeist eliminates E.T.

Picture '83: Terms of Endearment remains the winner
Director '83: Ingmar Bergman eliminates James L. Brooks
Actor '83: Michael Caine eliminates Robert Duvall
Actress '83: Julie Walters eliminates Shirley MacLaine
Supporting Actor '83: Sam Shepard eliminates Jack Nicholson
Supporting Actress '83: Linda Hunt remains the winner
Original Screenplay '83: Fanny and Alexander eliminates Tender Mercies

Picture '84: A Passage to India eliminates Amadeus
Director '84: Roland Joffé eliminates Milos Forman
Actor '84: F. Murray Abraham remains the winner
Actress '84: Judy Davis eliminates Sally Field
Supporting Actor '84: Haing S. Ngor remains the winner
Supporting Actress '84: Lindsey Crouse eliminates Peggy Ashcroft
Original Screenplay '84: El Norte eliminates Places in the Heart
Cinematography '84: Amadeus eliminates The Killing Fields
Original Song '84: "Ghostbusters" eliminates "I Just Called To Say I Love You"

Picture '85: Kiss of the Spider Woman eliminates Out of Africa
Director '85: Akira Kurasawa eliminates Sydney Pollack
Actor '85: James Garner eliminates William Hurt
Actress '85: Whoopi Goldberg eliminates Geraldine Page
Supporting Actor '85: Klaus Maria Brandeur eliminates Don Ameche.
Supporting Actress '85: Meg Tilly eliminates Anjelica Huston
Original Screenplay '85: The Official Story eliminates Witness
Original Score '85: Agnes of God eliminates Out of Africa
Original Song '85: "Miss Celie's Blues" eliminates "Say You, Say Me"

Picture '86: Hannah and Her Sisters eliminates Platoon
Director '86: Woody Allen eliminates Oliver Stone
Actor '86: Bob Hoskins eliminates Paul Newman
Actress '86: Sigourney Weaver eliminates Marlee Matlin
Supporting Actor '86: Tom Berenger eliminates Michael Caine
Supporting Actres '86: Maggie Smith eliminates Dianne Wiest
Original Screenplay '86: My Beautiful Laundrette eliminates Hannah and Her Sisters
Adapted Screenplay '86: Stand by Me replaces A Room with a View
Cinematography '86: A Room with a View eliminates The Mission
Film Editing '86: Hannah and Her Sisters eliminates Platoon
Original Score '86: Hoosiers eliminates 'Round Midnight

Picture '87: Moonstruck eliminates The Last Emperor
Director '87: Norman Jewison eliminates Bernardo Bertolucci
Actor '87: Marcello Mastroianni eliminates Michael Douglas
Actress '87: Glenn Close eliminates Cher
Supporting Actor '87: Albert Brooks eliminates Sean Connery
Supporting Actress '87: Ann Sothern eliminates Olympia Dukakis
Original Screenplay '87: Radio Days eliminates Moonstruck
Adapted Screenplay '87: Fatal Attraction eliminates The Last Emperor
Original Song '87: "Cry Freedom" eliminates "(I've Had) The Time of My Life"




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:14 pm

Picture '68: Romeo & Juliet eliminates Oliver!
Director '68: Gillo Pontecorvo eliminates Carol Reed
Actor '68: Peter O'Toole eliminates Cliff Robertson
Actress '68: Joanne Woodward eliminates Katharine Hepburn/Barbra Streisand
Supporting Actor '68: Gene Wilder eliminates Jack Albertson
Supporting Actress '68: Ruth Gordon remains the winner
Original Song '68: "Star!" eliminates "The Windmills of My Mind"

Picture '69: Midnight Cowboy remains the winner
Director '69: Costa-Gavras eliminates John Schlesinger
Actor '69: Jon Voight eliminates John Wayne
Actress '69: Genevieve Bujold eliminates Maggie Smith
Supporting Actor '69: Jack Nicholson eliminates Gig Young
Supporting Actress '69: Goldie Hawn remains the winner
Adapted Screenplay '69: Z eliminates Midnight Cowboy
Original Song '69: "Jean" replaces "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"

Picture '70: M*A*S*H eliminates Patton
Director '70: Robert Altman eliminates Franklin J. Schaffner
Actor '70: Melvyn Douglas eliminates George C. Scott
Actress '70: Jane Alexander eliminates Glenda Jackson
Supporting Actor '70: Richard Castellano eliminates John Mills
Supporting Actress '70: Karen Black eliminates Helen Hayes
Original Screenplay '70: Five Easy Pieces eliminates Patton
Cinematography '70: Women in Love eliminated Ryan's Daughter
Original Score '70: Patton eliminates Love Story

Picture '71: The Last Picture Show eliminates The French Connection
Director '71: Peter Bogdonovich eliminates William Friedkin
Actor '71: Peter Finch eliminates Gene Hackman
Actress '71: Julie Christie eliminates Jane Fonda
Supporting Actor '71: Ben Johnson remains the winner
Supporting Actress '71: Ellen Burstyn eliminates Cloris Leachman
Original Screenplay '71: Klute eliminates The Hospital
Adapted Screenplay '71: The Last Picture Show eliminates The French Connection
Cinematography '71: The Last Picture Show eliminates Fiddler on the Roof

Picture '72: Sounder eliminates The Godfather
Director '72: Francis Ford Coppola eliminates Bob Fosse
Actor '72: Paul Winfield eliminates Marlon Brando
Actress '72: Cicely Tyson eliminates Liza Minnelli
Supporting Actor '72: Al Pacino eliminates Joel Grey
Supporting Actress '72: Shelley Winters eliminates Eileen Heckart
Cinematography '72: Travels with My Aunt eliminates Cabaret
Original Screenplay '72: The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie eliminates The Candidate
Adapted Screenplay '72: Cabaret eliminates The Godfather

Picture '73: Cries and Whispers eliminates The Sting
Director '73: Bernardo Bertolucci eliminates George Roy Hill
Actor '73: Marlon Brando eliminates Jack Lemmon
Actress '73: Joanne Woodward eliminates Glenda Jackson
Supporting Actor '73: Vincent Gardenia eliminates John Houseman
Supporting Actress '73: Sylvia Sidney eliminates Tatum O'Neal
Adapted Screenplay '73: Paper Moon eliminates The Exorcist
Film Editing '73: American Graffiti eliminates The Sting

Picture '74: The Godfather Part II remains the winner
Director '74: John Cassavettes eliminates Francis Ford Coppola
Actor '74: Jack Nicholson eliminates Art Carney
Actress '74: Gena Rowlands eliminates Ellen Burstyn
Supporting Actor '74: Robert DeNiro remains the winner
Supporting Actress '74: Madeline Kahn eliminates Ingrid Bergman
Adapted Screenplay '74: The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz eliminates The Godfather, Part II
Cinematography '74: Chinatown eliminates The Towering Inferno
Film Editing '74: Chinatown eliminates The Towering Inferno
Original Score '74: Chinatown eliminates The Godfather Part II

Picture '75: Jaws eliminates One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest
Director '75: Robert Altman eliminates Milos Forman
Actor '75: Maximilian Schell eliminates Jack Nicholson
Actress '75: Isabelle Adjani eliminates Louise Fletcher
Supporting Actor '75: Brad Dourif eliminates George Burns
Supporting Actress '75: Lily Tomlin eliminates Lee Grant
Adapted Screenplay '75: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest remains the winner
Original Screenplay '75: Lies My Father Told Me eliminates Dog Day Afternoon
Cinematography '75: Barry Lyndon remains the winner
Film Editing '75: Dog Day Afternoon eliminates Jaws
Original Song '75: ''Do You Know Where You're Going To'' eliminates "I'm Easy"

Picture '76: All the President's Men eliminates Rocky
Director '76: Alan J. Pakula eliminates John G. Avildsen
Actor '76: William Holden eliminates Peter Finch
Actress '76: Liv Ullmann eliminates Faye Dunaway
Supporting Actor '76: Laurence Olivier eliminates Jason Robards, Jr.
Supporting Actress '76: Piper Laurie eliminates Beatrice Straight
Original Screenplay '76: Cousin, Cousine eliminates Network
Adapted Screenplay '76: Bound for Glory eliminates All the President's Men
Film Editing '76: Bound for Glory eliminates Rocky
Original Song '76: "Gonna Fly Now" eliminates "Evergreen"

Picture '77: Annie Hall remains the winner
Director '77: Steven Spielberg eliminates Woody Allen
Actor '77: John Travolta eliminates Richard Dreyfuss
Actress '77: Diane Keaton remains the winner
Supporting Actor '77: Jason Robards remains the winner
Supporting Actress '77: Tuesday Weld eliminates Vanessa Redgrave
Original Screenplay '77: The Late Show eliminates Annie Hall
Cinematography '77: Close Encounters of the Third Kind remains the winner
Film Editing '77: Julia eliminates Star Wars
Original Score '77: Star Wars remains the winner
Original Song '77: "Nobody Does It Better" eliminates "You Light Up My Life"




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:02 pm

Picture '58: The Defiant Ones eliminates Gigi
Director '58: Mark Robson eliminates Vincente Minnelli
Actor '58: Paul Newman eliminates David Niven
Actress '58: Susan Hayward remains the winner
Supporting Actor '58: Arthur Kennedy eliminates Burl Ives
Supporting Actress '58: Peggy Cass eliminates Wendy Hiller
Adapted Screenplay '58: I Want to Live! eliminates Gigi

Picture '59: Anatomy of a Murder eliminates Ben-Hur
Director '59: Billy Wilder eliminates William Wyler
Actor '59: Jack Lemmon eliminates Charlton Heston
Actress '59: Doris Day eliminates Simone Signoret
Supporting Actor '59: George C. Scott eliminates Hugh Griffith
Supporting Actress '59: Juanita Moore eliminates Shelley Winters
Original Screenplay '59: The 400 Blows eliminates Pillow Talk
Adapted Screenplay '59: Some Like it Hot eliminates Room at the Top

Picture '60: The Sundowners eliminates The Apartment
Director '60: Alfred Hitchcock eliminates Billy Wilder
Actor '60: Jack Lemmon eliminates Burt Lancaster
Actress '60: Melina Mercouri eliminates Elizabeth Taylor
Supporting Actor '60: Sal Mineo eliminates Peter Ustinov
Supporting Actress '60: Janet Leigh eliminates Shirley Jones
Cinematography B&W '60: Psycho eliminates Sons and Lovers
Original Song '60: "The Second Time Around" eliminates "Never on Sunday"

Picture '61: West Side Story remains the winner
Director '61: Robert Rossen eliminates Robert Wise/Jerome Robbins
Actor '61: Paul Newman eliminates Maximilian Schell
Actress '61: Audrey Hepburn eliminates Sophia Loren
Supporting Actor '61: Jackie Gleason eliminates George Chakiris
Supporting Actress '61: Fay Bainter eliminates Rita Moreno
Original Screenplay '61: La Dolce Vita eliminates Splendor in the Grass
Adapted Screenplay '61: Breakfast at Tiffany's eliminates Judgment at Nuremberg
Original Song '61: "Pocketful of Miracles" eliminates "Moon River"

Picture '62: To Kill a Mockingbird eliminates Lawrence of Arabia
Director '62: Robert Mulligan eliminates David Lean
Actor '62: Gregory Peck remains the winner
Actress '62: Lee Remick eliminates Anne Bancroft
Supporting Actor '62: Omar Sharif eliminates Ed Begley
Supporting Actress '62: Angela Lansbury eliminates Patty Duke
Original Screenplay '62: Through a Glass Darkly eliminates Divorce, Italian Style
Adapted Screenplay '62: Lolita eliminates To Kill a Mockingbird
B&W Cinematography '62: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? eliminates The Longest Day

Picture '63: America, America eliminates Tom Jones
Director '63: Federico Fellini eliminates Tony Richardson
Actor '63: Paul Newman eliminates Sidney Poitier
Actress '63: Rachel Roberts eliminates Patricia Neal
Supporting Actor '63: John Huston eliminates Melvyn Douglas
Supporting Actress '63: Edith Evans eliminates Margaret Rutherford
Original Screenplay '63: 8 1/2 eliminates How the West was Won
Adapted Screenplay '63: Hud replaces Tom Jones

Picture '64: Dr. Strangelove eliminates My Fair Lady
Director '64: Stanley Kubrick eliminates George Cukor
Actor '64: Peter Sellers eliminates Rex Harrison
Actress '64: Kim Stanley eliminates Julie Andrews
Supporting Actor '64: John Gielgud eliminates Peter Ustinov
Supporting Actress '64: Agnes Moorhead eliminates Lila Kedrova
Adapted Screenplay '64: Dr. Strangelove eliminates Becket
Color Cinematography '64: Mary Poppins eliminates My Fair Lady
Music Score '64: Mary Poppins remains the winner
Original Song '64: "Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte" eliminates "Chim-chim-cheree"

Picture '65: Doctor Zhivago eliminates The Sound of Music
Director '65: Hiroshi Teshigahara eliminates Robert Wise
Actor '65: Oskar Werner eliminates Lee Marvin
Actress '65: Samantha Eggar eliminates Julie Christie
Supporting Actor '65: Tom Courtenay eliminates Martin Balsam
Supporting Actress '65: Peggy Wood eliminates Shelley Winters
Original Screenplay '65: Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes eliminates Darling
Original Score '65: The Umbrellas of Cherboug eliminates Doctor Zhivago
Original Song '65: "What's New, Pussycat?" eliminates "The Shadow of Your Smile"

Picture '66: The Russians Are Coming The Russians Are Coming eliminates A Man for All Seasons
Director '66: Mike Nichols eliminates Fred Zinnemann
Actor '66: Richard Burton eliminates Paul Scofield
Actress '66: Ida Kaminska eliminates Elizabeth Taylor
Supporting Actor '66: Robert Shaw eliminates Walter Matthau
Supporting Actress '66: Wendy Hiller eliminates Sandy Dennis
Original Screenplay '66: Blowup eliminates A Man and a Woman
Original Song '66: "Alfie" eliminates "Born Free"

Picture '67: The Graduate eliminates In the Heat of the Night
Director '67: Arthur Penn eliminates Mike Nichols
Actor '67: Spencer Tracy eliminates Rod Steiger
Actress '67: Faye Dunaway eliminates Katharine Hepburn
Supporting Actor '67: Gene Hackman eliminates George Kennedy
Supporting Actress '67: Mildred Natwick eliminates Estelle Parsons
Original Screenplay '67: Two for the Road eliminates Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Adapted Screenplay '67: The Graduate eliminates In the Heat of the Night
Cinematography '67: The Graduate eliminates Bonnie & Clyde
Original Score '67: In Cold Blood eliminates Thoroughly Modern Millie
Original Song '67: "The Bare Necessities" eliminates "Talk To The Animals"




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:48 pm

Picture '48: Treasure of the Sierra Madre eliminates Hamlet
Director '48: Laurence Olivier eliminates John Huston
Actor'48: Laurence Olivier remains the winner
Actress '48: Irene Dunne eliminates Jane Wyman
Supporting Actor '48: Charles Bickford eliminates Walter Huston
Supporting Actress '48: Jean Simmons elminates Claire Trevor
Motion Picture Story '48: Red River eliminates The Search

Picture '49: The Heiress eliminates All the King's Men
Director '49: William Wyler eliminates Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Actor '49: John Wayne eliminates Broderick Crawford
Actress '49: Olivia de Havilland remains the winner
Supporting Actor '49: Ralph Richardson eliminates Dean Jagger
Supporting Actress '49: Ethel Waters replaces Mercedes McCambridge
Screenplay '49: The Quiet One eliminates Battleground

Picture '50: Sunset Blvd eliminates All About Eve
Director '50: Billy Wilder eliminates Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Actor '50: William Holden eliminates Jose Ferrer
Actress '50: Bette Davis eliminates Judy Holliday
Supporting Actor '50: Sam Jaffe eliminates George Sanders
Supporting Actress '50: Celeste Holm eliminates Josephine Hull
Writing, Story & Screenplay '50: Adam's Rib eliminates Sunset Blvd.
Black & White Cinematography '50: All About Eve eliminates The Third Man
Original Song '50: "Be My Love" eliminates "Mona Lisa"

Picture '51: A Place in the Sun eliminates An American in Paris
Director '51: Elia Kazan eliminates George Stevens
Actor '51: Montgomery Clift eliminates Humphrey Bogart
Actress '51: Katharine Hepburn eliminates Vivien Leigh
Supporting Actor '51: Gig Young eliminates Karl Malden
Supporting Actress '51: Kim Hunter remains the winner
B&W Cinematography '51: Strangers on a Train eliminates A Place in the Sun
Film Editing: An American in Paris eliminates A Place in the Sun

Picture '52: The Quiet Man eliminates The Greatest Show on Earth
Director '52: John Ford remains the winner
Actor '52: Kirk Douglas eliminates Gary Cooper
Actress '52: Susan Hayward eliminates Shirley Booth
Supporting Actor '52: Victor McLaglan eliminates Anthony Quinn
Supporting Actress '52: Jean Hagan eliminates Gloria Grahame
Story & Screenplay '52: Viva Zapata! eliminates The Lavender Hill Mob
Writing, Screenplay '52: The Quiet Man eliminates The Bad and the Beautiful
Film Editing '52: Moulin Rouge eliminates High Noon

Picture '53: Roman Holiday eliminates From Here to Eternity
Director '53: William Wyler eliminates Fred Zinnemann
Actor '53: Montgomery Clift eliminates William Holden
Actress '53: Deborah Kerr eliminates Audrey Hepburn
Supporting Actor '53: Robert Strauss eliminates Frank Sinatra
Supporting Actress '53: Thelma Ritter eliminates Donna Reed
Writing, Screenplay '53: Roman Holiday eliminates From Here to Eternity
Best Story/Screenplay '53: The Naked Spur eliminates Titanic
Original Song '53: "That's Amore" eliminates "Secret Love"

Picture '54: On the Waterfront remains the winner
Director '54: Alfred Hitchcock eliminates Elia Kazan
Actor '54: James Mason eliminates Marlon Brando
Actress '54: Dorothy Dandridge eliminates Grace Kelly
Supporting Actor '54: Lee J. Cobb eliminates Edmond O'Brien
Supporting Actress '54: Katy Jurado eliminates Eva Marie Saint
Screenplay '54: Rear Window eliminates The Country Girl
Original Song '54: "The Man That Got Away" eliminates "Three Coins in the Fountain"

Picture '55: Marty remains the winner
Director '55: Elia Kazan eliminates Delbert Mann
Actor '55: James Dean eliminates Ernest Borgnine
Actress '55: Katharine Hepburn eliminates Anna Magnani
Supporting Actor '55: Sal Mineo eliminates Jack Lemmon
Supporting Actress '55: Natalie Wood eliminates Jo Van Fleet
Adapted Screenplay '55: East of Eden eliminates Marty
Motion Picture Story '55: Rebel Without a Cause eliminates Love Me or Leave Me
Original Song '55: "The Tender Trap" eliminates "Love is a Many-Splendored Thing"

Picture '56: Giant eliminates Around the World in 80 Days
Director '56: King Vidor eliminates George Stevens
Actor '56: Rock Hudson eliminates Yul Brynner
Actress '56: Nancy Kelly eliminates Ingrid Bergman
Supporting Actor '56: Robert Stack eliminates Anthony Quinn
Supporting Actress '56: Patty McCormack eliminates Dorothy Malone
Adapted Screenplay '56: Friendly Persuasion eliminates Around the World in 80 Days
Original Song '56: "Julie" eliminates "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)"

Picture '57: Peyton Place eliminates The Bridge on the River Kwai
Director '57: Sidney Lumet eliminates David Lean
Actor '57: Charles Laughton eliminates Alec Guinness
Actress '57: Lana Turner eliminates Joanne Woodward
Supporting Actor '57: Sessue Hayakawa eliminates Red Buttons
Supporting Actress '57: Elsa Lanchester eliminates Miyoshi Umeki
Adapted Screenplay '57: 12 Angry Men eliminates The Bridge on the River Kwai
Cinematography '57: Funny Face eliminates The Bridge on the River Kwai




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:40 pm

Picture '38: La Grande Illusion eliminates You Can't Take It With You
Director '38: Michael Curtiz eliminates Frank Capra
Actor '38: Charles Boyer eliminates Spencer Tracy
Actress '38: Wendy Hiller eliminates Bette Davis
Supporting Actor '38: John Garfield eliminates Walter Brennan
Supporting Actress '38: Beulah Bondi eliminates Fay Bainter

Picture '39: The Wizard of Oz eliminates Gone with the Wind
Director '39: John Ford eliminates Victor Fleming
Actor '39: Robert Donat remains the winner
Actress '39: Vivien Leigh remains the winner
Supporting Actor '39: Harry Carey eliminates Thomas Mitchell
Supporting Actress '39: Maria Ouspenskaya eliminates Hattie McDaniel
Original Score '39: Gone with the Wind eliminates The Wizard of Oz

Picture '40: The Grapes of Wrath eliminates Rebecca
Director '40: Alfred Hitchcock eliminates John Ford
Actor '40: Henry Fonda eliminates James Stewart
Actress '40: Joan Fontaine eliminates Ginger Rogers
Supporting Actor '40: Jack Oakie eliminates Walter Brennan
Supporting Actress '40: Judith Anderson eliminates Jane Darwell
Writing, Screenplay '40: The Grapes of Wrath eliminates The Philadelphia Story
Writing, Original Screenplay '40: Foreign Correspondent eliminates The Great McGinty

Picture '41: Citizen Kane eliminates How Green was My Valley
Director '41: Orson Welles eliminates John Ford
Actor '41: Orson Welles eliminates Gary Cooper
Actress '41: Greer Garson eliminates Joan Fontaine
Supporting Actor '41: Sydney Greenstreet eliminates Donald Crisp
Supporting Actress '41: Teresa Wright eliminates Mary Astor
Film Editing '41: Citizen Kane eliminates Seargent York
Scoring of a Dramatic Picture '41: Hold Back the Dawn eliminates All That Money Can Buy

Picture '42: The Magnificent Ambersons eliminates Mrs. Miniver
Director '42: Mervyn LeRoy eliminates William Wyler
Actress '42: Bette Davis eliminates Greer Garson
Actor '42: Gary Cooper eliminates James Cagney
Supporting Actor '42: Walter Huston eliminates Van Heflin
Supporting Actress '42: Agnes Moorhead eliminates Teresa Wright
Cinematography (Color) '42: Arabian Nights eliminates The Black Swan
Cinematography (B&W) '42: The Magnificent Ambersons eliminates Mrs. Miniver

Picture '43: Casablanca remains the winner
Director '43: George Stevens eliminates Michael Curitz
Actor '43: Humphrey Bogart eliminates Paul Lukas
Actress '43: Jean Arthur eliminates Jennifer Jones
Supporting Actor '43: Claude Raines eliminates Charles Coburn
Supporting Actress '43: Gladys Cooper eliminates Katina Paxinou

Picture '44: Double Idemnity eliminates Going My Way
Director '44: Billy Wilder eliminates Leo McCarey
Actor '44: Cary Grant eliminates Bing Crosby
Actress '44: Barbara Stanwyck eliminates Ingrid Bergman
Supporting Actor '44: Claude Rains eliminates Barry Fitzgerald
Supporting Actress '44: Angela Lansbury eliminates Ethel Barrymore
Original Screenplay '44: The Miracle of Morgan's Creek eliminates Wilson
Adapted Screenplay '44: Laura eliminates Going My Way

Picture '45: Spellbound eliminates The Lost Weekend
Director '45: Jean Renoir eliminates Billy Wilder
Actor '45: Ray Milland remains the winner
Actress '45: Gene Tierney eliminates Joan Crawford
Supporting Actress '45: Eve Arden eliminates Anne Revere
Screenplay '45: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn eliminates The Lost Weekend
B&W Cinematography '45: Mildred Pierce eliminates The Picture of Dorian Gray
Color Cinematography '45: Anchors Aweigh eliminates Leave Her to Heaven
Original Song '45: "I Fall In Love Too Easily" eliminates "It Might As Well Be Spring"

Picture '46: It's a Wonderful Life eliminates The Best Years of Our Lives
Director '46: William Wyler remains the winner
Actor '46: James Stewart eliminates Fredric March
Actress '46: Celia Johnson eliminates Olivia de Havilland
Best Supporting Actor '46: Claude Rains eliminates Harold Russell
Supporting Actress '46: Lillian Gish eliminates Anne Baxter
Original Screenplay '46: Children of Paradise eliminates The Seventh Veil

Picture '47: Miracle on 34th Street eliminates Gentleman's Agreement
Director '47: George Cukor eliminates Elia Kazan
Actor '47: John Garfield eliminates Ronald Colman
Actress '47: Joan Crawford eliminates Loretta Young
Supporting Actor '47: Richard Widmark eliminates Edmund Gwenn
Supporting Actress '47: Anne Revere eliminates Celeste Holm
Original Screenplay '47: Shoeshine eliminates The Bachelor and the Bobbysoxer




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 8:34 pm

Picture/Artistic Production '27/'28: Sunrise remains the winner
Picture/Production '27/'28: Seventh Heaven replaces Wings
Drama Director '27/'28: Frank Borzage remains the winner
Actress '27/'28: Gloria Swanson eliminates Janet Gaynor

Picture 28/'29: Alibi eliminates The Broadway Melody
Actor '28/'29: Warner Baxter remains the winner
Cinematography '29/'30: Street Angel eliminates White Shadow in the South Seas

Picture '30/'31: The Front Page eliminates Cimarron
Director '30/'31: Josef Von Sternberg eliminates Norman Taurog
Actor '30/'31: Adolphe Menjou eliminates Lionel Barrymore
Writing (Adaptation) '30/'31: Skippy eliminates Cimarron
Cinematography '30/'31: All Quiet on the Western Front eliminates Tabu

Picture '31/'32: Shanghai Express eliminates Grand Hotel
Actress '31/'32: Marie Dressler eliminates Helen Hayes
Cinematography '31/'32: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde eliminates Shanghai Express

Picture '32/'33: 42nd Street eliminates Cavalcade
Actor '32/'33: Paul Muni eliminates Charles Laughton
Actress '32/'33: May Robson eliminates Katherine Hepburn
Director '32/'33: Frank Capra eliminates Frank Lloyd
Cinematography '32/'33: Reunion in Vienna eliminates A Farewell to Arms

Picture '34: It Happened One Night remains the winner
Director '34: Frank Capra remains the winner
Actor '34: William Powell eliminates Clark Gable
Actress '34: Bette Davis eliminates Claudette Colbert

Picture '35: Alice Adams eliminates Mutiny on the Bounty
Actor '35: Charles Laughton replaces Victor McLeglan
Actress '35: Bette Davis remains the winner
Adapted Screenplay '35: The Lives of a Bengal Lancer eliminates Mutiny on the Bounty

Picture '36: Libeled Lady eliminates The Great Ziegfeld
Director '36: William Wyler replaces Frank Capra
Actor '36: Walter Huston eliminates Paul Muni
Actress '36: Carole Lombard eliminates Luise Rainer
Supporting Actor '36: Mischa Auer eliminates Walter Brennan
Supporting Actress '36: Alice Brady eliminates Gale Sondergaard

Picture '37: The Awful Truth eliminates The Life of Emile Zola
Director '37: Gregory LaCava eliminates Leo McCarey
Actor '37: Frederic March eliminates Spencer Tracy
Actress '37: Greta Garbo eliminates Luise Rainer
Supporting Actress '37: Dame May Whitty eliminates Alice Brady
Original Score '37: In Old Chicago eliminates One Hundred Men and a Girl




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Postby Penelope » Tue Mar 18, 2008 11:26 am

OscarGuy wrote:Here's an idea. How about separating the posts by decade. Would make it smaller and easier to edit.

Good idea, I'll work on it as soon as I can.
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