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    1- Walter Matthau- The Fortune Cookie, 1967- TIE with George Segal, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

    2- George Chakriris- West Side Story, 1962

    3- Ed Begley- Sweet Bird of Youth, 1963- Should have won: Robert Duvall, To Kill A Mockingbird (Not Nominated)

    4- George Kennedy- Cool Hand Luke, 1968- Should have won: Gene Hackman, Bonnie and Clyde

    5- Melvyn Douglas- Hud, 1964- Should have won: James Garner, The Great Escape (Not Nominated)

    6- Peter Ustinov- Topkapi, 1965- Should have won: Dick Van Dyke, Mary Poppins (Not Nominated)

    7- Jack Albertson- The Subject Was Roses, 1969- Should have won: Anthony Hopkins, The Lion in Winter (Not Nominated)

    8- Hugh Griffith- Ben-Hur, 1960- Should have won: Tony Curtis, Some Like it Hot (Not Nominated)

    9- Martin Balsam- A Thousand Clowns, 1966- Should have won: Tom Courtenay, Doctor Zhivago

    10- Peter Ustinov- Spartacus, 1961- Should have won: Fred MacMurray, The Apartment (Not Nominated)

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    1- Walter Matthau- The Fortune Cookie, 1967

    2- George Chakriris- West Side Story, 1962

    3-Melvyn Douglas- Hud, 1964

    4- George Kennedy- Cool Hand Luke, 1968- Should have won: Sidney Poitier, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Not Nominated)

    5-  Ed Begley- Sweet Bird of Youth, 1963- Should have won: Omar Sharif, Lawrence of Arabia

    6- Peter Ustinov- Topkapi, 1965- Should have won: George C. Scott, Dr. Strangelove (Not Nominated)

    7- Jack Albertson- The Subject Was Roses, 1969- Should have won: Anthony Hopkins, The Lion in Winter (Not Nominated)

    8- Peter Ustinov- Spartacus, 1961- Should have won: Anthony Perkins, Psycho (Not Nominated)

    9- Martin Balsam- A Thousand Clowns, 1966- Should have won: Oskar Werner,  Spy Who Came in from the Cold (Not Nominated)

    10- Hugh Griffith- Ben-Hur, 1960- Should have won: Joseph Schildkraut, The Diary of Anne Frank (Not Nominated)

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