My wild and probably inaccurate guess:1. Mifune2. McQueen3. Mastroianni4. Bogarde5. CourtenayLet the debunking commence!
1. Bogarde2. McQueen (my win)3. Courtenay4. Mifune5. Mastroianni
1. Mastroianni2. Mifune3. Courtenay4. Bogarde5. McQueen
Oh my goodness. Who the hell knows.1. Toshiro Mifune2. Tom Courtenay3. Marcello Mastroianni4. Dirk Bogarde5. Steve McQueen
8 1/2's really more of a director's film isn't it?
Wow... no one has mentioned Burt Lancaster for The Leopard? My overall winner for this year.Of these 5 I've only seen Mastroianni and McQueen (I was not so impressed by him when I've seen The Great Escape)... so I don't know
ive seen all of them, Mifune I think will win but its not a guarantee, Mastroianni has yet to score a 5, this will be his 5 I think, Billy Liar is a terrific british comedy/kitchen sink and Tom Courtenay is great in it, McQueen was good too but more iconic than good, Bogarde I think will finish last I thought he was solid.1)Toshiro Mifune2)Marcello Mastroianni3)Tom Courtenay4)Steve McQueen5)Dirk Bogarde
@Anonymous: Yeah, one could certainly make that argument. Judging by Psifonian's predictions, he may think that. Certainly the main attraction was Fellini. However, I would argue Mastroianni did an excellent job of carrying the film on his back while also creating a semi-voyeuristic look a Fellini himself, because let's face it, Guido was Fellini.
Hi!1. Toshiro Mifune2. Tom Courtenay3. Marcello Mastroianni4. Steve McQueen5. Dirk Bogarde
1. Mifune2. Mastroianni3. Courtnay4. McQueen5. Bograde
I would also recommend Stuart Burge's version of Uncle Vanya, starring Michael Redgrave as Vanya and Laurence Olivier as Astrov. It's the best English version of Chekhov's masterpiece
@ Michael: What, you never saw Vanya on 42nd Street, or did you just not like it?
1) Marcello Mastroianni2) Toshiro Mifune3) Steve McQueen4) Tom Courtney5) Dirk Bogarde
Bogarde all the way, a perfect performance!
Dirk Bogarde - The ServantMaurice Ronet - Le Feu Follet - by Louis Malle.Tom Courtenay - Billy LiarThese are the 3 great male performances of 1963. I would give the award to Marcello for La Dolce Vita in 1960.
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