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    So I did a bit of research and found that no one has started a thread on this topic yet. Now that I’ve seen every single Oscar winner for Best Actor from the 1950s, here’s how I rank them:

    1. Marlon Brando-On the Waterfront
    2. José Ferrer-Cyrano de Bergerac
    3. Yul Brynner-The King & I
    4. Alec Guinness-The Bridge on the River Kwai
    5. William Holden-Stalag 17
    6. Humphrey Bogart-The African Queen
    7. Charlton Heston-Ben-Hur
    8. Ernest Bornine-Marty
    9. David Niven-Separate Tables
    10. Gary Cooper-High Noon

    So what’s your ranking? Even if you haven’t seen all ten of these winners, feel free to rank the ones you have actually seen.

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    1. Marlon Brando-On the Waterfront
    2. Alec Guinness-The Bridge on the River Kwai
    3. Gary Cooper-High Noon
    4. Yul Brynner-The King & I
    5. William Holden-Stalag 17
    6.  Ernest Bornine-Marty
    7. Charlton Heston-Ben-Hur
    8.Humphrey Bogart-The African Queen
    9. José Ferrer-Cyrano de Bergerac
    10.  David Niven-Separate Tables

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    1. Brando
    2. Guinness
    3. Cooper
    4. Brynner
    5. Borgnine
    6. Holden
    7. Ferrer
    8. Bogart
    9. Niven
    10. Heston

    “The art of making art is putting it together...”

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    mine are from 2000 up to 2020

    top 10

    Eddie Redmayne – The Theory Of Everything

    Joaquin Pheonix – Joker

    Daniel Day-Lewis – There Will Be Blood

    Philip Seymour Hoffman – Capote

    Matthew McConaughey – Dallas Buyers Club

    Sean Penn – Milk

    Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant

    Sean Penn – Mystic River

    Jean Dujardin – The Artist

    Daniel Day-Lewis – Lincoln

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    #1. Marlon Brando
    Gary Cooper
    William Holden
    Jose Ferrer
    Alec Guinness
    Ernest Borgnine
    Humphrey Bogart
    Yul Brynner
    David Niven
    #10. Charlton Heston

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    01. Marlon Brando-On the Waterfront
    02. Humphrey Bogart-The African Queen
    03. Alec Guinness-The Bridge on the River Kwai
    04. William Holden-Stalag 17
    05. Gary Cooper-High Noon
    06. José Ferrer-Cyrano de Bergerac
    07. Yul Brynner-The King & I
    08. Ernest Borgnine-Marty
    09. David Niven-Separate Tables
    10. Charlton Heston-Ben-Hur

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    Out of those I’ve seen:

    1. Brando – On The Waterfront
    2. Guinness – The Bridge On The River Kwai
    3. Brynner – The King & I
    4. Bogart – The African Queen
    5. Holden – Stalag 17
    6. Heston – Ben-Hur
    7. Borgnine – Marty
    8. Cooper – High Noon

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