1.Hackman2.Coburn3.Sheen4.Fox5.McQueenYes, it is a definetely a packed year (and also a tricky one to predict)! Glad to see you include Coburn though :)
Out of this bunch I have only seen Sheen, so my predictions will be totally random :P1. Gene Hackman 2. Steve McQueen3. Martin Sheen4. James Coburn5. Edward Fox
Thank you for including Hackman. I think you'll love him in this and its so different to his darker performance the next year in The Conversation.
1. Martin Sheen2. Gene Hackman3. James Coburn4. Steve McQueen5. Edward Fox
My guess:1. Sheen2. Coburn3. Hackman4. Fox5. McQueen
1) Gene Hackman2) Martin Sheen3) James Coburn4) Edward Fox5) Steve McQueen
1) Steve McQueen2) Gene Hackman3) Martin Sheen4) James Coburn5) Edward Fox
I have never heard of any of these performances so this should be fun to guess.1. McQueen2. Sheen3. Hackman4. Coburn5. Fox
I am in the dark with pre 75 except for v popular classics,so i find this interesting.
Im suprised people havent heard of Scarecrow considering it has Hackman and Pacino in it. It is somewhat similar to Midnight Cowboy so it probavly gets a little forgotten but the performances are tremendous.
I really hope Sheen wins this one. Probably the only time Malick ever "let loose" an actor.
I think another reason why it wasnt heard of much is because Pacino at this point seemed to be getting more plaudits for Serpico and it seemed to overshadow him in this, this film wasnt quite as box office material or mainstream as Serpico so which did most of the public see, Serpico.
Martin Sheen looks kinda cute in that picture =D lol did I just say that.
I've seen McQueen who was pretty terrific here. But considering your admiration of Hackman, I wouldn't be surprised if he won. Predictions: 1. Hackman2. Sheen3. Coburn4. McQueen5. Fox
I've only seen Fox and I think you'll rate him higher than other posters are predicting.
SheenMcQueenHackmanhave yet to see Fox and Coburn
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