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    Sam K
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    Here is the list of people throughout Oscar history who got nominated against their co-star in the supporting categories:

    Best Supporting Actor
    1939
    Harry Carey & Claude Rains – Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    Winner: Thomas Mitchell – Stagecoach

    1951
    Leo Genn & Peter Ustinov – Quo Vadis
    Winner: Karl Malden – A Streetcar Named Desire

    1953
    Brandon deWilde & Jack Palance – Shane
    Winner: Frank Sinatra – From Here to Eternity

    1954
    Lee J. Cobb, Karl Malden, & Rod Steiger – On the Waterfront
    Winner: Edmond O’Brien – The Barefoot Contessa

    1957
    Arthur Kennedy & Russ Tamblyn – Peyton Place
    Winner: Red Buttons – Sayonara

    1959
    Arthur O’Connell & George C. Scott – Anatomy of a Murder
    Winner: Hugh Griffith – Ben-Hur

    1961
    Jackie Gleason & George C. Scott – The Hustler
    Winner: George Chakiris – West Side Story

    1967
    Gene Hackman & Michael J. Pollard – Bonnie & Clyde
    Winner: George Kennedy – Cool Hand Luke

    1971
    Ben Johnson (Winner) & Jeff Bridges – The Last Picture Show

    1972
    James Caan, Robert Duvall, & Al Pacino – The Godfather
    Winner: Joel Grey – Cabaret

    1974
    Robert De Niro (Winner), Michael V. Gazzo, & Lee Strasberg – The Godfather Part II

    1976
    Burgess Meredith & Burt Young – Rocky
    Winner: Jason Robards – All The President’s Men

    1977
    Jason Robards (Winner) & Maximilian Schell – Julia

    1980
    Timothy Hutton (Winner) & Judd Hirsch – Ordinary People

    1983
    Jack Nicholson (Winner) & John Lithgow – Terms of Endearment

    1986
    Tom Berenger & Willem Dafoe – Platoon
    Winner: Michael Caine – Hannah and Her Sisters

    1991
    Harvey Keitel & Ben Kingsley – Bugsy
    Winner: Jack Palance – City Slickers

    2017
    Sam Rockwell (Winner) & Woody Harrelson – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    2019
    Al Pacino & Joe Pesci – The Irishman
    Winner: Brad Pitt – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    Best Supporting Actress
    1939
    Hattie McDaniel (Winner) & Olivia de Havilland – Gone with the Wind

    1941
    Patricia Collinge & Teresa Wright – The Little Foxes
    Winner: Mary Astor – The Great Lie

    1942
    Teresa Wright (Winner) & May Whitty – Mrs. Miniver

    1943
    Gladys Cooper & Anne Revere – The Song of Bernadette
    Winner: Katina Paxinou – For Whom the Bell Tolls

    1945
    Eve Arden & Anne Blyth – Mildred Pierce
    Winner: Anne Revere – National Velvet

    1947
    Celeste Holm (Winner) & Anne Revere – Gentleman’s Agreement

    1948
    Barbara Bel Geddes & Ellen Corby – I Remember Mama
    Winner: Claire Trevor (Key Largo)

    1949
    Celeste Holm & Elsa Lanchester – Come to the Stable
    Ethel Barrymore & Ethel Waters – Pinky
    Winner: Mercedes McCambridge – All the King’s Men

    1950
    Celeste Holm & Thelma Ritter – All About Eve
    Winner: Josephine Hull – Harvey

    1954
    Jan Sterling & Claire Trevor – The High and the Mighty
    Winner: Eva Marie Saint – On the Waterfront

    1956
    Eileen Heckart & Patty McCormack – The Bad Seed
    Winner: Dorothy Malone – Written on the Wind

    1957
    Hope Lange & Diane Varsi – Peyton Place
    Winner: Miyoshi Umeki – Sayonara

    1959
    Susan Kohner & Juanita Moore – Imitation of Life
    Winner: Shelley Winters – The Diary of Anne Frank

    1963
    Diane Cilento, Edith Evans, & Joyce Redman – Tom Jones
    Winner: Margaret Rutherford -The V.I.P.s

    1965
    Joyce Redman & Maggie Smith – Othello
    Winner: Shelley Winters – A Patch of Blue

    1970
    Helen Hayes (Winner) & Maureen Stapleton – Airport

    1971
    Cloris Leachman (Winner) & Ellen Burstyn – The Last Picture Show

    1973
    Tatum O’Neal (Winner) & Madeline Kahn – Paper Moon

    1975
    Ronee Blakley & Lily Tomlin – Nashville
    Winner: Lee Grant – Shampoo

    1979
    Meryl Streep (Winner) & Jane Alexander – Kramer vs. Kramer

    1982
    Jessica Lange (Winner) & Teri Garr – Tootsie

    1985
    Margaret Avery & Oprah Winfrey – The Color Purple
    Winner: Anjelica Huston – Prizzi’s Honor

    1988
    Joan Cusack & Sigourney Weaver – Working Girl
    Winner: Geena Davis – The Accidental Tourist

    1989
    Anjelica Huston & Lena Olin – Enemies, A Love Story
    Winner: Brenda Fricker – My Left Foot

    1994
    Dianne Wiest (Winner) & Jennifer Tilly – Bullets Over Broadway

    2000
    Kate Hudson & Frances McDormand – Almost Famous
    Winner: Marcia Gay Harden – Pollock

    2001
    Helen Mirren & Maggie Smith – Gosford Park
    Winner: Jennifer Connelly – A Beautiful Mind

    2002
    Catherine Zeta-Jones (Winner) & Queen Latifah – Chicago

    2006
    Adriana Barraza & Rinko Kikuchi – Babel
    Winner: Jennifer Hudson – Dreamgirls

    2008
    Amy Adams & Viola Davis – Doubt
    Winner: Penelope Cruz – Vicky Cristina Barcelona

    2009
    Vera Farmiga & Anna Kendrick – Up in the Air
    Winner: Mo’Nique – Precious

    2010
    Melissa Leo (Winner) & Amy Adams – The Fighter

    2011
    Octavia Spencer (Winner) & Jessica Chastain – The Help
    2018
    Emma Stone & Rachel Weisz – The Favourite
    Winner: Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk

    Which actors do you think could get multiple nominations for the film this year in either category? Do you think any movie this year that gets multiple people nominated in supporting could win the Oscar for either category?

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    I think Trial of the Chicago can get in multiple actors, but if that happens, they’ll split the vote.

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    I think Trial of the Chicago can get in multiple actors, but if that happens, they’ll split the vote.

    I think at least Rylance is in. The question is do they get more and if so how many more?

    FYC OSCARS : PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN IN ALL CATEGORIES (ESP. ACTRESS – Carey Mulligan AND ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY — EMERALD FENNELL), VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", ESSIE DAVIS FOR "BABYTEETH"

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    Thanks for these lists Sam k.

    They are always interesting.

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    Just mentioned in the Mank thread that three of its supporting actors should be recognized.

    Tom Burke
    Charles Dance
    Arliss Howard

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    It’s so interesting that this hadn’t happened in ages in Supporting Actor but now it could happen for the third time in four years. Reminds me of that combined acting/songwriting nomination that never occurred but now is a yearly thing.

    FYC:

    Lead Actor: Mads Mikkelsen (Another Round)

    Supporting Actress: Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm)

    Supporting Actor: Paul Raci (Sound of Metal)

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    Never stopped to realize that all 3 of Celeste Holm’s nominations were in competition with a co-star.

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    Never stopped to realize that all 3 of Celeste Holm’s nominations were in competition with a co-star.

    Twice: George C. Scott, Amy Adams, Maggie Smith and Teresa Wright.

    Shelley Winters won twice over actresses who were nominated from the same film.

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    I don’t think anyone from Mank is getting nominated in that category.

    I agree. Though they are good but not outstanding. Still Chicago 7 have the chance if ever.

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    That’s disappointing because the supporting actors of Mank were great, unlike the lead actor and a certain actress…

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