1973 Oscar Shouldabeens

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Postby Mack Ten » Fri Apr 01, 2005 1:04 pm

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1973

Best Supporting Actor

Martin Balsam ... Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
John Houseman ... The Paper Chase
Jason Miller ... The Exorcist *
Randy Quaid ... The Last Detail
Max Von Sydow ... The Exorcist

Best Supporting Actress

Linda Blair ... The Exorcist
Madeline Kahn ... Paper Moon
Sylvia Sidney ... Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
Kari Sylwan ... Cries And Whispers
Ingrid Thulin ... Cries And Whispers *

Best Actor

Marlon Brando ... Last Tango In Paris *
Jack Lemmon ... Save The Tiger
Jack Nicholson ... The Last Detail
Al Pacino ... Serpico
Donald Sutherland ... Don't Look Now

Best Actress

Harriet Andersson ... Cries And Whispers
Ellen Burstyn ... The Exorcist
Julie Christie ... Don't Look Now
Liv Ullmann ... Cries And Whispers *
Joanne Woodward ... Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

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Postby Precious Doll » Sat Mar 26, 2005 4:09 am

Best Film

**Day for Night
Holy Mountain, The
Last Tango in Paris
Themroc
Wicker Man, The

Best Director

Bernardo Bertolucci for Last Tango in Paris
Claude Foraldi for Themroc
Alexandro Jodorowsky for The Holy Mountain
Robin Hardy for The Wicker Man
**Francois Tuffaut for Day for Night

Best Actor

**Marlon Brando for Last Tango in Paris
Elliott Gould for The Long Goodbye
Walter Matthau for Charley Varrick
Donald Sutherland for Don’t Look Now
Edward Woodward for The Wicker Man

Best Actress

**Florinda Bolkan for A Brief Vacation
Margit Carstensen for Martha
Julie Christie for Don’t Look Now
Pam Grier for Coffy
Liv Ullman for Scences from a Marriage

Best Supporting Actor

James Coburn for The Last of Shelia
Robert De Niro for Mean Streets
**Christopher Lee for The Wicker Man
James Mason for The Last of Shelia
Robert Morely for Theatre of Blood

Best Supporting Actress

Adriana Asti for A Brief Vacation
Diane Cilento for The Wicker Man
**Valentina Cortese for Day for Night
Joan Hackett for The Last of Shelia
Vivien Merchant for The Homecoming
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Postby MCAR » Sun Feb 13, 2005 1:20 pm

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American Graffiti
Day For Night
Don’t Look Now
The Mother And The Whore
Playtime

Actor:
*Marlon Brando – Last Tango In Paris*
Jack Lemmon – Save The Tiger
Jack Nicholson – The Last Detail
Al Pacino - Serpico
Donald Sutherland – Don’t Look Now

Actress:
Ellen Burstyn – The Exorcist
Julie Christie – Don’t Look Now
Lili Darvas – Love
*Francoise Lebrun – The Mother And The Whore*
Liv Ullmann – The New Land

Supporting Actor:
Robert De Niro – Mean Streets
Ian Holm – The Homecoming
John Houseman – The Paper Chase
Robert Ryan – The Iceman Cometh
Max Von Sydow – The Exorcist

Supporting Actress:
Candy Clark – American Graffiti
Valentina Cortese – Day For Night
Madeline Kahn – Paper Moon
Vivien Merchant – The Homecoming
Kate Reid – A Delicate Balance

Director:
Jean Eustache – The Mother And The Whore
Nicolas Roeg – Don’t Look Now
Andrei Tarkovsky – Andrei Rublev
Jacques Tati – Playtime
Francois Truffaut – Day For Night

Original Screenplay:
Woody Allen & Marshall Brickman - Sleeper
Jean Eustache - The Mother And The Whore
Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz & George Lucas - American Graffiti
Mardik Martin & Martin Scorsese – Mean Streets
Jean-Louis Richard, Suzanne Schiffman & Francois Truffaut - Day For Night

Adapted Screenplay:
Leigh Brackett - The Long Goodbye
Chris Bryant & Allan Scott - Don’t Look Now
Harold Pinter - The Homecoming
Alvin Sargent - Paper Moon
Robert Towne - The Last Detail

Foreign Film:
Andrei Rublev (USSR)
Day For Night (France)
The Mother And The Whore (France)
Playtime (France)
The Spirit Of The Beehive (Spain)

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Postby Reza » Sun Nov 02, 2003 11:18 am

Jason Patric will always be remembered as the person for whom Julia Roberts dumped Kiefer Sutherland on the verge of their marriage. He didn't last all that long as her boyfriend as well.



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Postby dws1982 » Sun Nov 02, 2003 9:36 am

From what I've seen of his acting, Miller was a better actor than his son. I've never seen Jason Patric exhibit any more believable emotion than your average highschool kid reading Shakespeare in English class.



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Postby Big Magilla » Sun Nov 02, 2003 3:05 am

I think Jason Miller is better remembered as a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright for That Championship Season, as the son-in-law of Jackie Gleason and as the father of Jason Patric than he is as an Oscar nominated supporting actor.

It was a good performacnc, but the character as written in the book was fairly foolproof. I was delighted he was nominated, though at the time it seemed to be a toss-up as to whether he or the legendary Max von Sydow would be nominated in the supporting actor category.

Miller's subsequent on-screen acting jobs in such films as The Ninth Configuration and Rudy were rather forgettable.




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Postby Damien » Sat Nov 01, 2003 11:21 am

I remember being shocked when Miller was nominated in the SUpporting category, although when I saw The Exorcist 20 years later, it struck me that he didn't have all that much screen time, and that it was his PRESENCE that made an impact. (I wonder why he didn't have much of a career. He was certainly a much better actor than he was a playwright.)

I think Julianne Moore, Kidman and Streep should have all been considered leads in The Hours, and none of them should have been nominated. I think Paramount's/Scott Rudin's thinking was that Morre was sure to be nominated as a lead for Far From Heaven, so they should try for a second nominnation in a category where she didn't belong. How delightful that what it ended up meaning was that she got to lose twice. :o)

If I remember correctly, sUpporting nominee William H. Macy had more screen time than lead actress Frances MacDOrmand in Fargo. in




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Postby Reza » Sat Nov 01, 2003 11:13 am

I think you have to be some sort of a ''name'' actor to get pushed for the lead award.

A reverse case was Nicole Kidman who had little screen time in The Hours yet won in the lead category. Julianne Moore who probably had a little more screen time than Kidman in the same film got relegated to the supporting slot simply because she is a lesser ''name'' than Kidman - for now at least.




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Postby anonymous1980 » Sat Nov 01, 2003 6:56 am

How is Jason Miller a SUPPORTING actor in The Exorcist? I recently rewatched it Halloween night and I have to say he's every bit a lead as Ellen Burstyn.



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Postby Reza » Wed Apr 16, 2003 12:18 pm

1973
Best Picture
American Graffiti
Cries and Whispers
*Day For Night
Don't Look Now
The Exorcist

Best Actor
Marlon Brando, Last Tango in Paris
*Sean Connery, The Offence
Walter Matthau, Charley Varrick
Jack Nicholson, The Last Detail
Al Pacino, Serpico

Best Actress
Ellen Burstyn, The Exorcist
Julie Christie, Don't Look Now
Glenda Jackson, A Touch of Class
Tatum O'Neal, Paper Moon
*Liv Ullmann, Scenes From a Marriage

Best Supporting Actor
*John Houseman, The Paper Chase
Jason Miller, The Exorcist
Randy Quaid, The Last Detail
Robert Shaw, The Sting
Max Von Sydow, The Exorcist

Best Supporting Actress
Bibi Andersson, Scenes From a Marriage
*Valentina Cortese, Day For Night
Madeline Kahn, Paper Moon
Sylvia Sidney, Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
Ingrid Thulin, Cries and Whispers

Best Director
*Ingmar Bergman, Cries and Whispers
William Friedkin, The Exorcist
George Lucas, American Graffiti
Nicholas Roeg, Don't Look Now
Francois Truffaut, Day For Night
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1973 Oscar Shouldabeens

Postby Big Magilla » Wed Jan 01, 2003 9:45 pm

Best Picture
American Graffifi
Andrei Rublev
Bang the Drum Slowly
Day for Night
*The Exorcist

Best Actor
Marlon Brando, Last Tango in Paris
Robert De Niro, Bang the Drum Slowly
Michael Moriarty, Bang the Drum Slowly
Jack Nicholson, The Last Detail
*Al Pacino, Serpico

Best Actress
Ellen Burstyn, The Exorcist
Julie Christie, Don't Look Now
Tatum O’Neal, Paper Moon
Barbra Streisand, The Way We Were
*Joanne Woodward, Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

Best Supporting Actor
Vincent Gardenia, Bang the Drum Slowly
*John Houseman, The Paper Chase
Jason Miller, The Exorcist
Robert Ryan, The Iceman Cometh
Max von Sydow, The Exorcist

Best Supporting Actress
Linda Blair, The Exorcist
*Valentina Cortese, Day for Night
Madeline Kahn, Paper Moon
Kate Reid, A Delicate Balance
Sylvia Sidney, Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

Best Director
Bernardo Bertolucci, Last Tango in Paris
*William Friedkin, The Exorcist
George Lucas, American Graffiti.
Andrei Tarkovsky, Andrei Rublev
Francois Truffaut, Day for Night


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