Friday, 23 September 2011

Best Supporting Actor 1965

And the Nominees Were:

Ian Bannen in The Flight of the Phoenix

Tom Courtenay in Doctor Zhivago 

Martin Balsam in A Thousand Clowns

Michael Dunn in Ship of Fools

Frank Finlay in Othello


Anonymous said...

Well, Balsam isn't winning this.

Fritz said...

No idea but I'm looking forward to it!

RatedRStar said...

Balsam and Dunn were in awful films and therefore fail, frank finlay is ok but overacts at times, Banmen I hated so much his scottish accent drove me mad lol the only one that was great 4 me was Tom Courtenay

RatedRStar said...

1. Tom Courtenay
2. Frank Finlay
3. Martin Balsam
4. Michael Dunn
5. Ian Bannen

Oskar Werner should have won for The Spy Who Came In From The Cold

RatedRStar said...

I thought Tom Courtenays nomination was a surprise over rod steiger but he was still solid =D

Anonymous said...

Tom Courtenay is my favorite.


Edward L. said...

I agree that Rod Steiger should have been nominated for Doctor Zhivago, and that Oskar Werner was deserving too. I haven't seen all these nominees, but I thought Frank Finlay was good - even if it is. I feel, a leading role and (as you said in your review of Olivier's performance) a rather odd concept for a movie.

dshultz said...

Courtenay for me. He played tenderness hidden by a raw intensity for his beliefs. He was great.

dinasztie said...

Courtney for the win!