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

10 comments:

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

Eddie

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...

Random predictions:
1.Ustinov
2.Gielgud
3.Holloway
4.Tracy
5.O'Brien