Monday, 9 June 2014

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1958

And the Nominees Were Not:

Burl Ives in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Orson Welles in Touch of Evil

Richard Attenborough in Dunkirk

Christopher Lee in Horror of Dracula

Robert Donat in The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

12 comments:

luke higham said...

1. Welles in a nutshell
2. Attenborough
3. Ives
4. Lee
5. Donat

koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

1. Welles
2. Ives
3. Attenborough
4. Lee
6. Donat

Maciej said...

1.Ives
2.Attenborogugh
3.Welles
4.Lee
5.Donat

Lezlie said...

1. Burl Ives
2. Orson Welles
3. Richard Attenborough
4. Christopher Lee
5. Robert Donat

bondfan said...

1. Welles
2. Ives
3. Attenborough
4. Lee
5. Donat

Mark said...

1. Welles
2. Ives
3. Attenborough
4. Lee
5. Donat

Michael McCarthy said...

1. Orson Welles
2. Burl Ives
3. Richard Attenborough
4. Robert Donat
5. Christopher Lee

RatedRStar said...

The exact 5 people I suggested were nominated lol =D hehe.

1. Orson Welles
2. Burl Ives
3. Richard Attenborough
4. Robert Donat
5. Christopher Lee

JackiBoyz said...

1. Welles
2. Attenborough
3. Ives
4. Lee
5. Donat

Michael Patison said...

1. Burl Ives
2. Orsini Welles
3. Richard Attenborough
4. Christopher Lee
5. Robert Donat

Michael McCarthy said...

What are your ratings for

Boris Karloff in The Criminal Code

Dan O'Herlihy in Robinson Crusoe

Fredric March in The Desperate Hours

Van Heflin in 3:10 to Yuma

Claude Rains in Twilight of Honor

Cary Grant in Charade

Frank Sinatra in Von Ryan's Express

Peter O'Toole in How to Steal a Million

John McEnery in Romeo and Juliet

Walter Matthau in Charley Varrick

Robert Shaw in Force 10 from Navarone

George C. Scott in Changeling

Mel Gibson in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

Ray Winstone in Sexy Beast

William McDonald said...

Welles final scenes as he commiserates with his long suffering partner reveals a depth of sadness which a lesser actor could not have
discovered. Other actors may have explored Quinlin's venality and cunning, but Welle's performance certainly displayed the characters
slow moral decay after years of compromising his own ethics. Welles performance is truly magnificent and is a testament to his considerable gifts as an actor.