Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1968

And the Nominees Were Not:

Anthony Hopkins in The Lion in Winter

Timothy Dalton in The Lion in Winter

Jason Robards in Once Upon a Time in The West

Oliver Reed in Oliver!

Michael York in Romeo and Juliet


koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

My guess:

1. Robards
2. Hopkins
3. Dalton
4. York
5. Reed

Michael Patison said...

1. Jason Robards
2. Timothy Dalton
3. Anthony Hopkins
4. Michael York
5. Oliver Reed

Maciej said...


RatedRStar said...

Robards I think will win, Dalton I think was better than Hopkins, York I thought of course was great but I think ull only give him about 3.5, Reed was just ok.

1.Jason Robards
2.Timothy Dalton
3.Anthony Hopkins
4.Michael York
5.Oliver Reed

Anonymous said...

I can't believe this is finally happening!!! I can't wait to see your review on Hopkins' performance, which I think is one of the greatest of all time and his personal best. He really held his own against Hepburn and O'Toole. This will be an exciting year!

Mark said...

This is a good year. Should be interesting to see the results.

1. Robards
2. Reed
3. Hopkins
4. Dalton
5. York

Anonymous said...

I have no opinion on any of these. For the record, though, when you get to Leading Actor 2004, could you review Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine and Kevin Bacon in The Woodsman?

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

@Anonymous: Oh, Carrey has to be a MUST for that year. The older I get, the more I appreciate his performance in that movie. One day I hope he gives a performance of that caliber again.

Louis Morgan said...

Carrey and Bacon are pretty much guaranteed.

moviefilm said...

1) Jason Robards
2) Timothy Dalton
3) Anthony Hopkins
4) Oliver Reed
5) Michael York

bondfan said...

1. Hopkins
2. Dalton
3. Robards
4. Reed
5. York

Anonymous said...

If you go back to the 90s can i recomend these performances
Morgan Freeman in Se7en
Robert De Niro in Heat
Ian McKellen in Richard III
Leonardo Dicaprio in The Basketball Diaries

Anonymous said...

Sorry to clarify those performances were from 95