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    As you know, Robert DeNiro won the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for playing the young Vito Corleone in “The Godfather part II”.

    For the trivia, Is he the only person ever to win an Oscar for a performance in which he’s not sharing screen time with any other main cast member?

    [For main/principal cast members I mean the first 10 top billing actors credited] 

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    Nicole Kidman doesn’t share screentime with any other Oscar nominess from The Hours.

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    Nicole Kidman doesn’t share screentime with any other Oscar nominess from The Hours.

    I said “main cast members”, not Oscar nominees.

    Nicole Kidman shared screentime with Stephen Dillane [Mr. Woolf], he is the 4th credited performer in that film, so he’s a main cast member in the film.

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    Geraldine  Page- The Pope of Greenwich Village

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    Rinki Kikuchi – Babel 
    Benicio Del Toro – Traffic 

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    Geraldine  Page- The Pope of Greenwich Village 
    Rinki Kikuchi – Babel 
    Benicio Del Toro – Traffic 

    Geraldine Page and Rinko Kikuchi didn’t win the Oscar for that performances.

    Benicio Del Toro shared a scene with ZetaJones in Traffic, when their characters pass each other on the street in Mexico.

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    I think George Clooney in “Syriana” has his own individual storyline.

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    No, Clooney has a scene in an elevator with the muslim prince. And with matt damon at the end.

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    I think by this threads definition of main or share there is no comparison!!

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    Geraldine  Page- The Pope of Greenwich Village

    I believe she worked with the stars of the film, Eric Roberts and Mickey Rourke, in that film

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    What about James Whitmore in Give ‘Em Hell, Harry! So far, he is the only person to be nominated for a 1-man show….

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    I would like to become a beautiful black woman then discover a time machine that would send me back to mid-seventies. There, I would get it on with DeNiro. That is all.

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    [quote=”BTN”]Geraldine  Page- The Pope of Greenwich Village

    I believe she worked with the stars of the film, Eric Roberts and Mickey Rourke, in that film[/quote]

    I only remembered one scene with two cops  

       

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    What about James Whitmore in Give ‘Em Hell, Harry! So far, he is the only person to be nominated for a 1-man show….

    I said…

    For the trivia, Is he the only person ever to win an Oscar for a performance in which he’s not sharing screen time with any other main cast member?  

    Mr. Whitmore was nominated, but didn’t won. 

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