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    Same as the previous two threads.  Again, I’m choosing from the Academy’s nominees, so I’m putting some performances in here that I consider lead but were placed in Supporting

    1940s

    Walter Huston, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    Claude Rains, Casablanca
    Claude Rains, Notorious
    Richard Widmark, The Kiss of Death
    James Whitmore, Battleground

    1950s

    Lee J. Cobb, On The Waterfront
    Karl Malden, A Streetcar Named Desire
    George Sanders, All About Eve
    Rod Steiger, On The Waterfront
    Erich von Stroheim, Sunset Boulevard

    1960s

    Tom Courtenay, Doctor Zhivago
    Jack Nicholson, Easy Rider
    Omar Sharif, Lawrence of Arabia
    Peter Ustinov, Spartacus
    Gene Wilder, The Producers

    1970s

    James Caan, The Godfather
    Robert Duvall, Apocalypse Now
    Alec Guinness, Star Wars
    Laurence Olivier, Marathon Man
    Al Pacino, The Godfather

    1980s

    Albert Brooks, Broadcast News
    Timothy Hutton, Ordinary People
    Kevin Kline, A Fish Called Wanda
    Jack Nicholson, Reds
    Denzel Washington, Glory

    1990s

    Tom Cruise, Magnolia
    Ralph Fiennes, Schindler’s List
    Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction
    William H. Macy, Fargo
    Joe Pesci, Goodfellas

    2000s

    Javier Bardem, No Country for Old Men
    Chris Cooper, Adaptation
    Hal Holbrook, Into the Wild
    Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight
    Christoph Waltz, Inglourious Basterds 

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    Pieman1994
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    1940s 
    -John Carradine – The Grapes of Wrath
    -Edmund Gwenn – Miracle on 34th Street
    -Walter Huston – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    -Claude Rains – Casablanca 
    -Orson Welles – The Third Man

    1950s 
    -Lee J. Cobb – On the Waterfront
    -Brandon de Wilde – Shane 
    -Karl Madden – On the Waterfront
    -Peter Sellers – Lolita 
    -Erich von Stronheim – Sunset Boulevard

    1960s 
    -Tom Courtenay – Doctor Zhivago
    -George Kennedy – Cool Hand Luke 
    -Jack Nicholson – Easy Rider
    -Michael J. Polland – Bonnie and Clyde 
    -George C. Scott – Dr. Strangelove

    1970s
    -Brad Douriff – One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    -Robert Duvall – The Godfather
    -Peter Finch – Network (I don’t care what he won an Oscar for, he’s supporting, damn it.)
    -Alec Guiness – Star Wars
    -Ben Johnson – The Last Picture Show

    1980s
    -Michael Caine – Hannah and Her Sisters 
    -Dennis Hopper – Blue Velvet
    -Jack Nicholson – Batman 
    -River Phoenix – Running on Empty 
    -Denzel Washington – Glory

    1990s
    -Ralph Feinnes – Schindler’s List
    -Samuel L. Jackson – Pulp Fiction
    -William H. Macy – Fargo
    -Brad Pitt – 12 Monkeys 
    -Kevin Spacey – The Usual Suspects

    2000s
    -Alex Frost – Elephant
    -Hal Holbrook – Into the Wild
    -Heath Ledger – The Dark Knight
    -Peter Sarsgaard – Shattered Glass
    -Christoph Waltz – Inglourious Basterds

    2010s
    -Niels Arestrup – A Prophet
    -Christian Bale – The Fighter 
    -Albert Brooks – Drive 
    -Michael Fassbender – Fish Tank
    -Andrew Garfield – The Social Network

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    tonorlo
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    1920s 
    Donald Crisp, “Broken Blossoms”
    Jean Hersholt, “The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg” 
    Charles A. Post, “Wild Oranges” 
    Joseph Schildkraut, “The King of Kings”
    Maurice Schutz, “The Passion of Joan of Arc”

    1930s
    James Cagney, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” 
    Sam Jaffe, “Gunga Din”
    Claude Rains, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” 
    Jean Renoir, “The Rules of the Game” 
    Erich von Stroheim, “Grand Illusion”

    1940s
    Lionel Barrymore, “It’s a Wonderful Life”
    Edmund Gwenn, “Miracle on 34th Street”
    Walter Huston, “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” 
    Edward G. Robinson, “Double Indemnity”
    Clifton Webb, “Laura”

    1950s
    Yul Brynner, “The Ten Commandments”
    Maurice Chevalier, “Gigi” 
    Lee J. Cobb, “12 Angry Men” 
    Donald O’Connor, “Singin’ in the Rain” 
    George Sanders, “All About Eve”

    1960s
    Jack Albertson, “The Subject Was Roses”
    Montgomery Clift, “Judgment at Nuremberg”
    Charles Laughton, “Spartacus”
    Bruce Ritchey, “A Child is Waiting” 
    Omar Sharif, “Lawrence of Arabia”

    1970s
    Peter Finch, “Network”  
    Ben Johnson, “The Last Picture Show” 
    Edward G. Robinson, “Soylent Green”
    Max von Sydow, “The Exorcist” 
    Christopher Walken, “The Deer Hunter” 

    1980s
    Michael Caine, “Hannah and Her Sisters” 
    John Gielgud, “Arthur”
    James Mason, “The Verdict”
    Robert Preston, “Victor/Victoria”
    Denzel Washington, “Glory”
     
    1990s
    Greg Kinnear, “As Good As It Gets”
    Martin Landau, “Ed Wood” 
    Burt Reynolds, “Boogie Nights” 
    Gary Sinise, “Forrest Gump” 
    Robin Williams, “Good Will Hunting”

    2000s
    Javier Bardem, “No Country for Old Men”
    Chris Cooper, “Adaptation.”
    Willem Dafoe, “Shadow of the Vampire”
    Benicio Del Toro, “Traffic”  
    Tim Robbins, “Mystic River” 

    2010s
    Christian Bale, “The Fighter”
    John Hawkes, “Winter’s Bone”
    Christopher Plummer, “Beginners” 
    Jeremy Renner, “The Town” 
    Geoffrey Rush, “The King’s Speech”        

                       

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    allabout oscars
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    2010
    Geoffrey Rush- The King’s Speech

    2000s
    Ed Harris- The Hours
    Philip Seymour Hoffman- Doubt
    Jim Broadbent- Iris
    Tim Robbins- Mystic River
    Morgan Freeman- Million Dollar Baby

    1990s
    Ralph Fiennes- Schindler’s List
    Kevin Spacey- The Usual Suspects
    Geoffrey Rush- Shakespeare In Love
    Jude Law- The Talented Mr. Ripley
    Ray liotta- Good Fellas

    1980s
    Jack Nicholson- Terms of Endearment
    Timothy Hutton- Ordinary People
    William Hickey- Prizzi’s Honor
    Vincent Gardenia- Moonstruck
    Kevin Kline- A Fish called Wanda

    1970s
    Al Pacino- The Godfather
    Joel Grey- Cabaret
    Jason Robards- Julia
    Christopher Walken- The Deer Hunter
    Robert Duvall- Apocolypse Now

    1960s
    Gig Young- They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?
    Gene Wilder- The Producers
    Gene Hackman- Bonnie and Clyde
    George Segal- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    Hugh Griffiths- Tom Jones

    1950s
    Karl Malden- A Streetcar Named Desire
    Frank Sinatra- From Here To Eternity
    Burl Ives- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
    George Sanders- All About Eve
    Lee J. Cobb- On The Waterfront

    1940s
    Monty Wooley- Since You Went Away
    Claude Rains- Casablanca
    Walter Huston- Treasure of the Sierra Madre
    Charles Bickford- Song of Bernadette
    Ralph Richardson- The Heiress

    1930s
    Thomas Mitchell- Gone With the Wind
    Joseph Schildkraut- The Life of Emile Zola

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    Jay DeFelice
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    Keeping to the nominees

    1930’s

    Mischa Auer, MY MAN GODFREY
    Walter Brennan, COME AND GET IT

    1940’s

    Charles Coburn, THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES
    Walter Huston, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
    Robert Mitchum, THE STORY OF G.I. JOE
    Claude Rains, NOTORIOUS 
    Ralph Richardson, THE HEIRESS 

    1950’s

    Burl Ives, BIG COUNTRY
    Sal Mineo, REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
    Anthony Quinn, VIVA ZAPATA!
    George Sanders, ALL ABOUT EVE 
    Ed Wynn, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

    1960’s

    Montgomery Clift, JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBERG
    Melvyn Douglas, HUD
    Michael Dunn, SHIP OF FOOLS
    Elliot Gould, BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE
    Jack Nicholson, EASY RIDER

    1970’s

    Robert Duvall, APOCALYPSE NOW
    Joel Grey, CABARET
    Laurence Olivier, MARATHON MAN
    Al Pacino, THE GODFATHER 
    Jason Robards, JULIA 

    1980’s

    Albert Brooks, BROADCAST NEWS
    Charles Durning, THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS
    Vincent Gardenia, MOONSTRUCK
    John Gielgud, ARTHUR 
    Haing S. Ngor, THE KILLING FIELDS

    1990’s

    Ralph Fiennes, SCHINDLER’S LIST
    Jude Law, THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY
    William H. Macy, FARGO
    Pete Postlethwaite, IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER
    Gary Sinise, FORREST GUMP 

    2000’s

    Javier Bardem, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN
    Chris Cooper, ADAPTATION
    Benicio Del Toro, TRAFFIC
    Ben Kingsley, SEXY BEAST
    Heath Ledger, THE DARK KNIGHT

    2010-2011

    Christian Bale, THE FIGHTER
     

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    In no particular order:

    2000s-

    Heath Ledger, ‘The Dark Knight’
    Christoph Waltz, ‘Inglourious Basterds’
    Javier Bardem, ‘No Country For Old Men’
    Clive Owen, ‘Closer’
    Tim Robbins, ‘Mystic River’

    2010s- (so far)

    Christian Bale, ‘The Fighter’
    Andrew Garfield, ‘The Social Network’
    Albert Brooks, ‘Drive’ 
    Nick Nolte, ‘Warrior’
    Jeremy Renner, ‘The Town’  

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    Sebastian Milpetz
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    1940s:


    Sydney
    Greenstreet, The Maltese Falcon


    Walter
    Huston, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre


    Claude
    Rains, Notorious


    Ralph
    Richardson, The Heiress


    Clifton
    Webb, Laura


     


    1950s:


    Lee
    J. Cobb, On the Waterfront


    Karl
    Malden, A Streetcar Named Desire


    George
    Sanders, All About Eve


    Rod
    Steiger, On the Waterfront


    Peter
    Ustinov, Quo Vadis?


     


    1960s:


    Montgomery Clift, Judgment at Nuremberg


    Tom Courtenay, Doctor Zhivago


    Jack
    Nicholson, Easy Rider


    Robert Shaw, A Man for All Seasons


    Peter Ustinov, Topkapi


     


    1970s:


    Bruce Dern, Coming Home


    Robert Duvall, The Godfather


    Robert De Niro, The Godfather, Part II


    Laurence Olivier, Marathon Man


    Al Pacino, The Godfather


     


    1980s:


    Albert Brooks, Broadcast News


    Michael Caine, Hannah and Her Sisters


    Sean Connery, The Untouchables


    Morgan Freeman, Street Smart


    John Lithgow, The World According to Garp


     


    1990s:


    Gene Hackman, Unforgiven


    Martin Landau, Ed Wood


    Jude Law, The Talented Mr.Ripley


    Joe Pesci, GoodFellas


    Robin Williams, Good Will Hunting


     


    2000s:


    Chris Cooper, Adaptation


    Benicio Del Toro, 21 Grams


    Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Charlie Wilson’s War


    Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight


    Christoph Waltz, Inglorious Basterds   


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