Saturday, 5 February 2011

Best Supporting Actor 1960

And the Nominees Were:

Sal Mineo in Exodus

Chill Wills in The Alamo

Peter Ustinov in Spartacus

Jack Kruschen in The Apartment

Peter Falk in Murder, Inc.

I think I will have to give this one to Chill Wills because I do believe I am his cousin.

5 comments:

joe burns said...
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joe burns said...

Seriously? Like, first cousins?


Anyway, I don't really know anything about this year.

dinasztie said...

Oh, damn, you almost fooled me. This cousin thing was part of his campaign, right? :D That's considered to be one of the lamest and most embarassing campaigns ever.

I haven't seen Willis or Falk, but I liked the rest. I think Mineo is the best, though I really need a rewatch. Ustinov was quite good though I think he won because everyone was tired of voting for either Mineo or Willis. Kruschen was quite amusing but nothing more.

Sage Slowdive said...

LOL, I'm delighted to be Chill Wills's cousin, but I gotta throw a vote to Sal Mineo.

Zeppo1 said...

Wills campaign was an embrassement. I like how Groucho Marx took out afull page ad in Variety saying that he appreciates that he is Chill Wills cousin, but that he was voting for Sal Mineo.

Wills performance was pretty bad in a bad film. I likes Ustinov and Mineo. My vote would go to Mineo.