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    I was searching along and was stunned to find out how many (retroactive) winners/nominees appeared in I Heart Huckabees. Apparently, the film was Jonah Hill’s film debut.

    I Heart Huckabees (2004) (8):
    Winners (1): Dustin Hoffman
    Nominees (7): Jonah Hill, Richard Jenkins, Jude Law, Talia Shire, Lily Tomlin, Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Watts 

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    The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)

    Winners: (8)
    Jose Ferrer , Charlton Heston , Van Heflin , Martin Landau , Sidney Potier , Joseph Schildkraut , John Wayne , Shelley Winters

    Nominees: (10)
    Max von Sydow , Angela Lansbury , Carroll Baker , Victor Buono , Dorothy McGuire , Sal Mineo , Claude Rains , Ed Wynn , Robert Loggia , Telly Savalas

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    New York, I Love You (11):

    Winners (5): Natalie Portman, Chris Cooper, Eli Wallach, Cloris Leachman, Julie Christie
    Nominees (6): Andy Garcia, Ethan Hawke, James Caan, Bradley Cooper, John Hurt, Burt Young

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    The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)

    Winners: (8)
    Jose Ferrer , Charlton Heston , Van Heflin , Martin Landau , Sidney Potier , Joseph Schildkraut , John Wayne , Shelley Winters

    Nominees: (10)
    Max von Sydow , Angela Lansbury , Carroll Baker , Victor Buono , Dorothy McGuire , Sal Mineo , Claude Rains , Ed Wynn , Robert Loggia , Telly Savalas

    Wow. Thats an amazing cast I forgot a lot of them were in it. 

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    For sure not the most, but worth a mention…

    DEATH ON THE NILE:
    winners – Peter Usinov, Bette Davis, Maggie Smith, David Niven, George Kennedy
    nominees – Angela Lansbury, Jack Warden

    total 8 oscars out of 27 nominations (includes Davis’ unofficial nod in 1934) 

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    Seemed like a good time to bump this thread, what with some recent developments.

    Isabelle Huppert’s nomination means that the tally for the cast of HEAVEN’S GATE is 10 and I HEART HUCKABEES at 9

    GATE: 3 winners (Jeff Bridges, T-Bone Burnett, Christopher Walken), 7 nominees (Willem Dafoe, Brad Dourif, Huppert, John Hurt, Kris Kristofferson, Mickey Rourke, Sam Waterston)

    HUCKABEES: 1 winner (Dustin Hoffman), 8 nominees (Jonah Hill, Huppert, Richard Jenkins, Jude Law, Talia Shire, Lily Tomlin, Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Watts)

     

    I’ll also be posting some revisions of other’s prior posts since some of the films cited previously in the thread are incomplete.

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    The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) Winners: (8)Jose Ferrer , Charlton Heston , Van Heflin , Martin Landau , Sidney Potier , Joseph Schildkraut , John Wayne , Shelley Winters Nominees: (10)Max von Sydow , Angela Lansbury , Carroll Baker , Victor Buono , Dorothy McGuire , Sal Mineo , Claude Rains , Ed Wynn , Robert Loggia , Telly Savalas

    Wow. Thats an amazing cast I forgot a lot of them were in it.

    With Lansbury’s Honorary win, this tally is now 9 and 9.

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    The Longest Day (1962) (15)Winners (6): Red Buttons*, Sean Connery, Henry Fonda, Edmund O’Brien, Rod Steiger, John WayneNominees (9): Eddie Albert, Richard Burton, Alexander Knox, Sal Mineo, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan, George Segal, Richard Todd, Stuart Whitman
    Short Cuts (1993) (10)Winners (3): Jack Lemmon*, Frances McDormand, Tim RobbinsNominees (7): Anne Archer, Bruce Davison, Robert Downey, Jr., Buck Henry (for Writing/Directing), Julianne Moore, Lily Tomlin, Tom Waits (for Songwriting)
    LONGEST is missing nominees Frank Finlay, Leo Genn, and Jeffrey Hunter.  Final tally is 18 total (6/12)
    SHORT is missing Jennifer Jason Leigh and Huey Lewis (Best Song nominee).  Plus Moore has since won, so the final tally is 12 total (4/8).
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    Around the World in Eighty Days (1956) (12):Winners (8): Charle Coburn*, Ronald Colman*, John Gielgud, Shirley MacLaine, Victor McLaglen*, John Mills, David Niven, Frank Sinatra*Nominees (4): Charles Boyer, Marlene Dietrich, Trevor Howard, Jack Oakie

     

    This tally is missing Honorary winners Noel Coward & Buster Keaton, and nominees Glynis Johns & Robert Morley.  Final total is 16 (10/6).

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    This thread/question has come up, and the answer is always A Bridge Too Far with 7 winners: Connery, Caine, Hackman, Hopkins, Olivier, Redford (Director winner) and Schell.

    Murder on the Orient Express: Bergman, Connery, Gielgud, Hiller, Redgrave, Bacall, Finney.

    The Godafther: Brando, Pacino, Caan, Duvall (all nominated for it) plus Talia Shire and Diane Keaton. 3 winners, 4 Oscars. And i bet somebody would like to count Sofia Copolla too. So 4 winners, 5 Oscars.

    The Godfather Part II: Pacino, DeNiro, Strasberg, Gazzo, Shire, Keaton, Duvall. Maybe I’m forgetting somebody…  

     

    BRIDGE also has winner (and director) Richard Attenborough in a cameo and 5 nominees: James Caan, Denholm Elliott, Elliott Gould, Ryan O’Neal, Liv Ullmann.  Final total: 13 (8/5)

    MURDER is missing winner Martin Balsam and nominees Anthony Perkins, Rachel Roberts, and Richard Widmark.  Total is 11 (7/4)

    GODFATHER 1 also has nominees Richard Castellano and John Marley, giving a final total of 9 (5/4)–and yes, I’m including Sofia.

    GODFATHER 2 also has 9 (4/5).  Missing from the list are nominees Danny Aiello and James Caan (who appears briefly).

     

     

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    Of course, the most egregious oversight is Robert Altman’s THE PLAYER, which holds the all-time record of 14 Oscar-winners in its cast, along with another 14 nominees.

    Winners: Harry Belafonte, Cher, James Coburn, Louise Fletcher, Whoopi Goldberg, Joel Grey, Anjelica Huston, Jack Lemmon, Marlee Matlin, Sydney Pollack (directing), Tim Robbins, Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon, Rod Steiger.

    Nominees: Karen Black, Gary Busey, Peter Falk, Teri Garr, Jeff Goldblum (short film), Elliott Gould, Buck Henry (directing/writing), Sally Kellerman, Sally Kirkland, Nick Nolte, Burt Reynolds, Dean Stockwell, Michael Tolkin (writing), Lily Tomlin.

    Total Tally: 28

    Altman also scored a high tally with PRET-A-PORTER, with 16 total in the cast.

    9 winners: Bacall, Kim Basinger, Belafonte, Cher, Linda Hunt, Sophia Loren, Robbins, Roberts, and Forest Whitaker; 7 nominees: Danny Aiello, Anouk Aimee, Bjork (song), Teri Garr, Kellerman, Marcello Mastroianni, Stephen Rea

     

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    3 other titles worth noting

    THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL – 15 total

    4 winners: F. Murray Abraham, Adrien Brody, Fisher Stevens (Doc), Tilda Swinton

    11 nominees: Bob Balaban (Picture), Willem Dafoe, Ralph Fiennes, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Saoirse Ronan, Tom Wilkinson, Owen Wilson (writing)

     

    FOREVER AND A DAY – 16 total

    6 winners: Donald Crisp, Edmund Gwenn, Buster Keaton, Charles Laughton, Victor McLaglen, Ray Milland

    10 nominees: Brian Aherne, Gladys Cooper, Cecil Kellaway, Elsa Lanchester, Gene Lockhart, Merle Oberon, Reginald Owen, Claude Rains, Dame May Whitty, Roland Young

     

    THE MUPPET MOVIE – 14 total

    8 winners: Edgar Bergen, Mel Brooks (writing), James Coburn, Bob Hope, Cloris Leachman, Steve Martin, Orson Welles (writing), Paul Williams (song)

    6 nominees: Charles Durning, Elliott Gould, Jim Henson (short), Madeline Kahn, Carol Kane, Telly Savalas

     

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    THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE, (1972)
    Winners: Gene Hackman (2 wins), Shelley Winters(2 wins), Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Jack Albertson

    Nominee: Arthur O’Connell

    THE TOWERING INFERNO, (1974)

    Winners: Paul Newman, William Holden, Faye Dunaway, Jennifer Jones, Fred Astaire (Honorary)

    Nominees: Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn

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    THE TOWERING INFERNO, (1974) Winners: Paul Newman, William Holden Faye Dunaway, Jennifer Jones Nominees: Steve McQueen, Fred Astaire, Robert Vaughn

    Astaire has an Honorary Oscar.

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    Thanks !

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