Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Best Supporting Actor 1943

And the Nominees Were:

Claude Rains in Casablanca

Akim Tamiroff in For Whom the Bells Tolls

Charles Coburn in The More the Merrier

J. Carrol Naish in Sahara

Charles Bickford in The Song of Bernadette


RatedRStar said...

Claude Rains should win if not then Notorious he will most certainly, Akim was rubbishhhhhhh lol =D havnt seen the others.

1)Claude Rains
2)Charles Coburn
3)Charles Bickford
4)J.Carrol Naish
5)Akim Tamiroff

Anonymous said...

I found Rains to be constantly amateurish. Out of these, Akim or Coburn.

RatedRStar said...

ohhh this could be interesting =D lol

Fritz said...

I really like Rains but Coburn was excellent, too.

dinasztie said...

My pick would be Rains. I didn't like the others that much. Bickford was really good, though.


moviefilm said...

1) Claude Rains
2) Charles Coburn
3) Akim Tamiroff
4) Charles Bickford
5) J. Carrol Naish

Edward L. said...

I;'ve only seen Rains so far, but it's one of my favourite supporting performances of all time.

RatedRStar said...

I think Rains created a very memorable character, umm I think its interesting to note that it seems Captain Renault might have had feelings for Rick, it suddenly seems implyed =)

dshultz said...

I pick Rains. "Round up the usual suspects." :)

Anonymous said...

Seems like there's lots of love for Claude Rains, so I think he'll win.
Charles Coburn gets my award for 1943, and Claude Rains, since Casablanca actually opened in 1942, gets my award for 1942.