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    1- Walter Huston- The Treasure of Sierra Madre, 1949

    2- Barry Fitzgerald- Going My Way, 1945

    3- Charles Coburn- The More the Merrier, 1944- Should have won: Claude Rains, Casablanca

    4- Donald Crisp- How Green Was My Valley, 1942

    5- Harold Russell- The Best Years of Our Lives, 1947- Should have won: Claude Rains, Notorious

    6- James Brunn- A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, 1946- Should have won: Lowell Gilmore- The Picture of Dorian Gray (Not Nominated)

    7- Walter Brennan- Come and Get It, 1937- Should have won: René Génin- The Lower Depths

    8- Walter Brennan- Kentucky, 1939- Should have won: Georgi Millijar, By Pike (Not Nominated)

    9- Thomas Mitchell- Stagecoach, 1940- Should have won: Claude Rains, Mr. Smith Goes to Town

    10- Walter Brennan- The Westerner, 1941- Should have won: Cary Grant, The Philadelphia Story (Not Nominated)

    11- Edmund Gwen- Miracle on 34th Street, 1948- Should have won: John Garfield, Gentleman’s Agreement (Not Nominated)

    12- Van Hefling- Johnny Eager, 1943- Should have won: Walter Huston, Yankee Doodle Dandy

    13- Joseph Schildkraut- The Life of Emile Zola, 1938- Should have won: Osip Abdulov, Treasure Island (Not Nominated)

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    1- Barry Fitzgerald- Going My Way, 1945

    2- Walter Huston- The Treasure of Sierra Madre, 1949

    3- Thomas Mitchell- Stagecoach, 1940- Should have won: Claude Rains, Mr. Smith Goes to Town

    4- Donald Crisp- How Green Was My Valley, 1942

    5- Charles Coburn- The More the Merrier, 1944- Should have won: Claude Rains, Casablanca

    6- James Brunn- A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, 1946

    7- Harold Russell- The Best Years of Our Lives, 1947- Should have won: Charles Coburn, The Green Years

    8- Van Hefling- Johnny Eager, 1943

    9- Walter Brennan- Come and Get It, 1937

    10- Edmund Gwen- Miracle on 34th Street, 1948- Should have won: Richard Widmark, Kiss of Death

    11- Joseph Schildkraut- The Life of Emile Zola, 1938

    12- Walter Brennan- The Westerner, 1941

    13- Walter Brennan- Kentucky, 1939- Should have won: Basil Rathbone, If I Were King

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