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  • Chris Beachum
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    Enjoy our new photo gallery ranking the 25 greatest Best Actor nominees who lost the Oscar.

    We’ll have more rankings for the other acting categories soon.

    https://www.goldderby.com/feature/greatest-best-actor-nominees-lost-oscar-ranked-1204568505/

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    JV
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    I had to check the list twice to see if I hadn’t missed, but no Mickey Rourke for The Wrestler and Joaquin Phoenix for The Master when they are literally the biggest examples is… A choice. And Timothee Chalamet (!) is in this list.

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    puck05
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    Where is Robert De Niro for Taxi Driver?

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    methaddiction
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    Darlings it’s obvious 

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    wolfali
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    FYC: Better Call Saul and The Good Fight in all categories including Bob Odenkirk, Christine Baranski and Rhea Seehorn.

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    Cosmia
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    Mickey Rourke was absolutely burgled. It would have been one of the greatest stories/narratives in Oscar history, and yet it went to Sean Penn for a generic-ass bait performance. 2008 really was a dark time.

    Edward Norton absolutely should not have lost to Roberto Benigni, either.

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    Lydia 3rd Oscar TAR
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    Alternative list

    01. Marlon Brando – A Streetcar Named Desire
    02. Robert de Niro – Taxi Driver
    03. Al Pacino – Dog Day Afternoon
    04. Heath Ledger – Brokeback Mountain
    05. Mickey Rourke – The Wrestler
    06. Daniel Day-Lewis – In The Name of The Father
    07. Michael Fassbender – Steve Jobs
    08. Viggo Mortensen – Eastern Promises
    09. Nicolas Cage – Adaptation
    10. Russell Crowe – A Beautiful Mind
    11. Edward Norton – American History X
    12. Peter O´Toole – The Lion in Winter
    13. Warren Beatty – Bonnie & Clyde
    14. Laurence Olivier – Othella
    15. Paul Newman – Hud
    16. James Dean – Giant
    17. Montgomery Clift – A Place in The Sun
    18. Spencer Tracy – Father of The Bride
    19. Henry Fonda – The grapes of Wrath
    20. Clarke Gable – Gone With The Wind
    21. James Cagney – Angels With Dirty Faces
    22. Fredric March – A Star is Born
    23. Charles Laughton – Mutiny on The Bounty

    2023 Oscar
    Best Picture: Holy Spider
    Best Director: Decision to Leave
    Best Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Best Actor: Brendan Fraser
    Best Supporting Actress: Olivia de Leon
    Best Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan

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    Vincent Figueroa
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    My top 10

    1966  Rod Steiger-  The Pawnbroker

    1969. Peter O’toole- The Lion in Winter

    1974  Al Pacino- Serpico

    1980  Roy Scheider- All That Jazz

    1993  Robert  Downey Jr- Chaplin

    1996  Richard Dreyfuss-  Mr. Holland’s Opus

    1999 Ian Mckellen- Gods and Monsters

    2004 Johnny Depp-  Pirates of the Caribbean

    2013  Hugh Jackman- Les Miserables

    2019  Christian Bale- Vice

    I really hate how little variety there is in most award-winning roles. Roles as criminals, mafiosi or bad cop are continually praised, it makes you wonder what kind of voter there is in the academy …

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    Chitanda170
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    Mickey Rourke was absolutely burgled. It would have been one of the greatest stories/narratives in Oscar history, and yet it went to Sean Penn for a generic-ass bait performance. 2008 really was a dark time.

    Edward Norton absolutely should not have lost to Roberto Benigni, either.

    I’m still mad about Begnini winning over Norton

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    FairWeatherAffair
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    25 spots filled with people like Chalamet and Williams…and yet Mastroianni is nowhere to be found.

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