Friday, 6 January 2012

Best Supporting Actor 1964

And The Nominees Were:

John Gielgud in Becket

Lee Tracy in The Best Man

Peter Ustinov in Topkapi

Stanley Holloway in My Fair Lady

Edmond O'Brien in Seven Days in May


RatedRStar said...

John Gielgud is the only one ive seen and he was quite good in a small role so he has to be my choice even though others may disagree with this opinion.

1.John Gielgud
2.Peter Ustinov
3.Lee Tracy
4.Stanley Holloway
5.Edmond O Brien

RatedRStar said...

I have a feeling that I will be completely wrong however lol

Anonymous said...

I have only seen Gielgud and Holloway - and they were both fine but not amazing.

moviefilm said...

1) John Gielgud
2) Lee Tracy
3) Peter Ustinov
4) Edmond O´Brien
5) Stanley Holloway

joe burns said...

I predict Ustinov.

Only one I've seen in Holloway, and I thought he was pretty good! Can you review him first?

houndtang said...

I don't think I've seen Gielgud but of the others I think I'd go for Tracy who gave a memorable performance as the jaded Trumanesque ex-President in The Best Man.

Anonymous said...

I haven't seen these performances recently, so this is a wild guess:

1. Peter Ustinov
2. Stanley Holloway
3. Lee Tracy
4. John Gielgud
5. Edmond O'Brien

I would go with either Peter Ustinov or Lee Tracy


Derek Bowman said...

Stanley Holloway's numbers in My Fair Lady are all pretty memorable. I looove "With a Little Bit of Luck".

I'll be interested to hear about the rest of these little talked about nominees :)

Fritz said...

I really like Holloway but I have a feeling you'll go with Ustinov.

dinasztie said...

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