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    Because of the Oscar rule that states that no actor should be nominated in the SAME category more than once, I was wondering about how actors/actresses that could have been nominated twice in the same category in the same year, but couldn’t because of the rule stated above. I am thinking more like Sean Penn in 2003 (Mystic River/ 21 Grams) and Leo DiCaprio in 2006 (The Departed/ Blood Diamond).

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    Kate Winslet for The Reader & Revolutionary Road from 2008

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    Diane Keaton for Annie Hall and Looking for Mr. Goodbar

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    Not that he would have been, but Leonardo DiCaprio could not have been nominated for 2013’s The Great Gatsby, although he should have been.

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    Al Pacino for Serpico and Scarecrow (1973)

    Daniel Day-Lewis for In the Name of the Father and The Age of Innocence (1993)

    Nicole Kidman for Moulin Rouge! and The Others (2001)

    Michelle Williams for My Week with Marilyn and Take This Waltz (2011)

    Marion Cotillard for Two Days, One Night and The Immigrant (2014)

    Felicity Jones for The Theory of Everything and Breathe In (2014)

    Julianne Moore for Still Alice and Maps to the Stars (2014)

    Cate Blanchett for Carol and Truth (2015)

    Michael Fassbender for Steve Jobs and Macbeth (2015)

    Andrew Garfield for Hacksaw Ridge and Silence (2016)

    Ryan Gosling for La La Land and The Nice Guys (2016)

    Isabelle Huppert for Elle and Things to Come (2016)

    Sally Hawkins for The Shape of Water and Maudie (2017)

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    Anthony Hopkins for The Remains of the Day & Shadowlands (1993)

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    Vanessa Redgrave in ’84 for both The Bostonians and The River.

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    Glenda Jackson for Sunday Bloody Sunday and Mary, Queen of Scots

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    1985 – Meryl Streep – Out of Africa & Plenty
    1986 – Sissy Spacek – Crimes of the Heart & ‘night, Mother

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    On the “category fraud” note, I’ll add Jamie Foxx for Collateral and Ray (2004) and Julianne Moore for Far From Heaven and The Hours (2002). Robert De Niro for Awakenings and Goodfellas (1990) also comes to mind. And to go back to 1965, Julie Christie for Darling and Doctor Zhivago and Lee Marvin for Cat Ballou and Ship of Fools seem plausible to me.

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    Marsha Mason in Chapter Two and Promises in the Dark (1979)

    THE OSCAR 100 (#50-46): Ingrid Bergman, James Coburn, Nick Nolte, Joan Allen and Anthony Hopkins

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    Annette Bening in The Kids are All Right and Mother and Child (2010)

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