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Best Actor 1994 6th Place: Who Was/ Who Should Be
Was: Hugh Grant, Should Be: Hugh Grant
Was: Hugh Grant, Should Be: Tim Robbins
Was: Tim Robbins, Should Be: Tim Robbins
Was: Tim Robbins, Should Be: Hugh Grant
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    Who was the 6th place and who should have been the 6th place for the Best Actor race in 1994?

    I’m pretty sure it was between those two, but if you think any other actor was or should have been the 6th place, tell it in the comments.

    Reminder:

    Hugh Grant: GG Comedy and BAFTA wins
    Tim Robbins: SAG nomination

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    I think Tim Robbins was the one in 6th. The Shawshank Redemption was extremely popular with the Academy in nominations and Robbins was nominated for a SAG.

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    Was Tim Robbins, and he should’ve been higher than 6th.

    I’d say both Robbins and Grant were more deserving that Travolta, who was very good and a lot of fun, but less impressive.

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    Tim Robbins was probably 6th. I doubt prickly members of the acting branch thought Grant’s role to be much of a challenge.

    I’m glad Robbins was left off though, as I don’t find much interest in his character in Shawshank, and by extension his performance; Morgan Freeman makes sense as the film’s sole acting nomination. Can’t agree with Bartender about Travolta, he was the best he’s ever been.

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    Interesting…of the nominees, I thought Travolta should have won! Agree that Robbins was probably 6th, though Lee Kang-sheng should have taken the whole damn statue for Vive l’amour.

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    Travolta was my favorite in this category also. Robbins probably was 6th considering his SAG nod and his popularity at the time.

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    Edward Zwick bent over backwards to get Brad Pitt to the top five with Legends of the Fall. Quite a star vehicle for him.

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