Saturday, 25 May 2013

Alternate Best Supporting 1948: Results

5. Lionel Barrymore in Key Largo- Barrymore gives a good performance who brings appropriate weight to the situations of his film.

Best Scene: Temple literally stands up to Rocco. 
4. Robert Ryan in Act of Violence- A limited but effective turn of man filled with hate but also haunted by horrors.

Best Scene: Joe tells about his connection with Frank. 
3. James Stewart in Rope- Although he was miscast Stewart though still gives it his all and manages to still deliver an effective turn.

Best Scene: Cadell sees what his theories has created. 
2. Edward G. Robinson in Key Largo- The role fits like a glove and Robinson properly delivers as the villainous gangster.

Best Scene: Rocco tries to ignore the hurricane. 
1. Alec Guinness in Oliver Twist- Guinness is almost invisible in his role as Fagin through his natural depiction of the character's age and particular manner. He only adds to through his ability to be warm and charming while being an evil schemer.

Best Scene: Fagin catches Oliver looking at his treasure chest. 
Overall Rank:
  1. Walter Huston in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  2. Alec Guinness in Oliver Twist
  3. Edward G. Robinson in Key Largo
  4. James Stewart in Rope
  5. Robert Ryan in Act of Violence
  6. Lionel Barrymore in Key Largo
  7. Ward Bond in Fort Apache
  8. Enzo Staiola in Bicycle Thieves
  9. Richard Conte in Call Northside 777
  10. Lon Chaney Jr. in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
  11. Bela Lugosi in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein 
  12. Cecil Kellaway in The Luck of the Irish
  13. Richard Haydn in Sitting Pretty
  14. Dan O'Herlihy in Macbeth
  15. Denis O'Dea in The Fallen Idol
  16. Jack Hawkins in The Fallen Idol
  17. Basil Sydney in Hamlet 
  18. Leo Genn in The Snake Pit  
  19. Reisaburo Yamamoto in Drunken Angel
  20. Charles Bickford in Johnny Belinda
  21. Walter Brennan in Red River
  22. Henry Stephenson in Oliver Twist
  23. Stanley Holloway in Hamlet
  24. Thomas Gomez in Key Largo  
  25. Bruce Bennett in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  26. Marius Goring in The Red Shoes
  27. Victor McLaglen in Fort Apache
  28. Lee J. Cobb in Call Northside 777
  29. Cedric Hardwicke in Rope 
  30. Terence Morgan in Hamlet
  31. Anthony Newley in Oliver Twist
  32. Burt Lancaster in Sorry Wrong Number
  33. Robert Newton in Oliver Twist
  34. Felix Aylmer in Hamlet
  35. Walter Burke in The Naked City
  36. Francis L. Sullivan in Oliver Twist
  37. Roddy McDowall in Macbeth
  38. Norman Wooland in Hamlet
  39. Berry Kroeger in Act of Violence
  40. Stephen McNally in Johnny Belinda 
  41. Harry Lewis in Key Largo
  42. Alfonso Bodoya in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  43. Alan Napier in Johnny Belinda
  44. John Rodney in Key Largo
  45. Ed Begley in Sorry Wrong Number
  46. Barton MacLane in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
  47. John Ireland in Red River
  48. Monte Blue in Key Largo
  49. Oskar Homolka in I Remember Mama
  50. Jose Ferrer in Joan of Arc
  51. John Agar in Fort Apache
  52. Mark Stevens in The Snake Pit
  53. Glenn Strange in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
  54. Douglas Dick in Rope
  55. Frank Ferguson in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Next Year: 1963 lead

16 comments:

Maciej said...

My suggestions:
Marcello Mastroianni - 8 1/2
Marlon Brando - The Ugly American
Tom Courtenay - Billy Liar
Gregory Peck - Captain Newman, M.D.
Stathis Giallelis - America, America

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

Hmm...

Marcello Mastroianni in 8 1/2
Toshiro Mifune in High and Low
Steve McQueen in The Great Escape
Tom Courtenay in Billy Liar
Marlon Brando in The Ugly American
Stathis Giallelis in America, America
Gregory Peck in Captain Newman, M.D.
Peter Finch in In the Cool of the Day

I'm sure there's more, I just can't think of any.

RatedRStar said...

Tom Courtenay - Billy Liar
Marcello Mastroianni - 8 1/2
Toshiro Mifune - High And Low
Dirk Bogarde - The Servant
Antal Pager - Drama Of The Lark (I think Dinasztie asked for it)

Michael Patison said...

Tom Courtenay in Billy Liar
Stathis Giallelis in America, America
Cary Grant in Charade
Marcello Mastroianni in 8 1/2
Steve McQueen in The Great Escape
Toshiro Mifune in High and Low

RatedRStar said...

Im quite surprised by the amount of Stathis Giallelis votes lol I thought he was up there with Tom Tryon in The Cardinal and Paul Newman in Exodus as a dull and lifeless performance which cant carry an epic lol.

houndtang said...

Can I second Cary Grant in Charade - a light performance but a perfectly judged one.

Michael Patison said...

Are you going to include Sean Connery in your ranking of reviewed alternate nominees for 1963, or are you just going to stick with putting him in the overall ranking?

Louis Morgan said...

I'll leave him to the overall rank.

Michael Patison said...

Giallelis's performance received such descriptions as "towering" while neither of the other two did. Also, I have to feel sorry for Tryon considering the incredible abuse Preminger put him through. At one point, Preminger brought Tryon's parents in, fired Tryon in front of them, and only rehired him once he was sure that the actor was sufficiently humiliated.

Michael Patison said...

I can't wait for the Supporting half of the year. Brandon de Wilde and Robert Shaw plus whoever else (I'm hoping for at least one Great Escapist)

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

Don't forget Peter Sellers in the original Pink Panther for Supporting.

RatedRStar said...

also Giallelis recieved such descrptions as boring and uncharismatic, theres a good reason why America America isnt a popular film and why Giallelis never became famous like Tryon. (cause its dull, lifeless and far too long).

It would be interesting to see Louis review him just to see which one of us is wrong lol.

RatedRStar said...

also im not gonna suggest Claude Rains for Twlight Of Honor 63 supporting simply because he ll probably finish last lol.

Louis Morgan said...

I should quickly say that I won't be doing Antal Pager - Drama Of The Lark because I could not find a version with English Subtitles or even an English script for the film.

JamDenTel said...

I'm a big fan of AMERICA AMERICA and definitely think Giallelis should be reviewed (personally, I think he does quite well). I'm also a fan of THE CARDINAL, but I'll admit Tryon's performance isn't its strongest element.

Mastroianni is a must.

Maybe Kazuo Hasegawa in REVENGE OF A KABUKI ACTOR? It's a FASCINATING film, and his performance is a pretty vital part of it.

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