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    I ranked all three Janet Gaynor’s Performances, the ones i didn’t wrote anything i agree with the win

     

    1- Bette Davis- Jezebel, 1939

    2- Norma Shearer- The Divorcee, 1931

    3- Claudette Colbert- It Happened One Night, 1935- Should have won: Bette Davis, Of Human Bondage

    4- Marie Dressler- Min and Bill, 1932- Should have won: Marlene Dietrich, Morroco

    5- Janet Gaynor- Sunrise, 1929- Should have won: Marie Falconetti, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Not Nominated)

    6- Luise Rainer- The Good Earth, 1938- Should have won: Greta Garbo, Camille

    7- Katharine Hepburn- Morning Glory, 1934- Should have won: Katharine Hepburn, Little Women

    8- Bette Davis- Dangerous, 1936- Should have won: Katharine Hepburn, Alice Adams

    9- Janet Gaynor- 7th Heaven, 1929- Should have won: Marie Falconetti, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Not Nominated)

    10- Janet Gaynor- Street Angel, 1929- Should have won: Marie Falconetti, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Not Nominated)

    11- Luise Rainer- The Great Ziegfeld, 1937- Should have won: Irene Dunne, Theodora Goes Wild

    12- Mary Pickford- Coquette, 1930- Should have won: Louise Brooks, Pandora’s Box (Not Nominated)

    13- Helen Hayes- The Sin of Madelon Claudet, 1933- Should have won: Greta Garbo, Grand Hotel (Not Nominated)

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    Haven’t seen all of these and will never see all of these because I simply do not care about most of the crud that the Oscars awarded in the 30s, but that being said…

    I’m a firm believer that, indeed, Dietrich should have taken that statue in a landslide. Second-best nominee ever in this category (here’s to you, Gena). Morocco is a goddamn masterpiece.

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    I Watched those because I’m an enthusiast and because I had a lot of free time last year, totally agree with you about Morocco, love that movie!

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    1-  Janet Gaynor- 7th Heaven, 1929- Should have won: Marie Falconetti, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Not Nominated)

    2- Katharine Hepburn- Morning Glory, 1934

    3- Claudette Colbert- It Happened One Night, 1935- Should have won: Bette Davis, Of Human Bondage

    4- Luise Rainer- The Good Earth, 1938- Should have won: Greta Garbo, Camille

    5- Janet Gaynor- Sunrise, 1929- Should have won: Marie Falconetti, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Not Nominated)

    6- Bette Davis- Jezebel, 1939

    7- Norma Shearer- The Divorcee, 1931

    8- Marie Dressler- Min and Bill, 1932- Should have won: Marlene Dietrich, Morroco

    9- Bette Davis- Dangerous, 1936- Should have won: Katharine Hepburn, Alice Adams

    10- Janet Gaynor- Street Angel, 1929- Should have won: Marie Falconetti, The Passion of Joan of Arc (Not Nominated)

    11- Luise Rainer- The Great Ziegfeld, 1937- Should have won: Irene Dunne, Theodora Goes Wild

    12- Helen Hayes- The Sin of Madelon Claudet, 1933: Should have won: Marie Dressler, Emma

    13- Mary Pickford- Coquette, 1930- Should have won: Louise Brooks, Pandora’s Box (Not Nominated)

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