Monday, 2 June 2014

Alternate Best Supporting Actor 1961: Results

5. Anthony Quinn in The Guns of Navarone - Quinn gives a solid performance that overcomes his technical miscasting far more effectively than his co-stars. 

Best Scene: His introduction.
4. Burt Lancaster in Judgment in Nuremberg - Lancaster might not give the best performance in the film, but he still gives a powerful portrayal of a man consumed by despair.

Best Scene: Janning's speech.
3. Eli Wallach in The Misfits - Wallach technically has probably the most thankless role out of the main cast, but is quite remarkable by giving such a honest portrayal of his character.

Best Scene: Guido tells Roslyn about his wife.
2.  Karl Malden in One-Eyed Jacks - Malden is easily the highlight of his film giving a striking performance where he cleverly subverts his usual unassuming screen presence.

Best Scene: Dad and his men confront Rio.
1. Tatsuya Nakadai in Yojimbo - Good Prediction Michael McCarthy. Nakadai gives a great and so brilliantly smug villainous turn that perfectly complements Toshiro Mifune's heroic turn.

Best Scene: The Final Duel.
Overall Rank:
  1. Montgomery Clift in Judgment At Nuremberg
  2. Tatsuya Nakadai in Yojimbo 
  3. Jackie Gleason in The Hustler
  4. George C. Scott in The Hustler
  5. Martin Stephens in The Innocents
  6. Maximilian Schell in Judgment At Nuremberg
  7. Karl Malden in One-Eyed Jacks
  8. Eli Wallach in The Misfits
  9. Burt Lancaster in Judgment At Nuremberg
  10. Montgomery Clift in The Misfits
  11. Anthony Quinn in The Guns of Navarone
  12. Max von Sydow in Through the Glass Darkly
  13. Rod Steiger in The Mark
  14. Hans Lothar in One, Two, Three
  15. Myron McCormick in The Hustler
  16. David Niven in The Guns of Navarone
  17. Gunnar Björnstrand in Through the Glass Darkly
  18. Eijirō Tōno in Yojimbo
  19. Pat Hingle in Splendor in the Grass
  20. J. Pat O'Malley in 101 Dalmatians  
  21. Ikio Sawamura in Yojimbo
  22. Donald Houston in The Mark
  23. Richard Widmark in Judgment At Nuremberg
  24. Murray Hamilton in The Hustler
  25. John Wengraf in Judgment At Nuremberg
  26. Derren Nesbitt in Victim
  27. Bernhad Wicki in La Notte
  28. Lars Passgard in Through the Glass Darkly
  29. Norman Bird in Victim
  30. David Frankham in 101 Dalmatians
  31. Peter McEnery in Victim
  32. Anthony Quayle in The Guns of Navarone
  33. Seizaburo Kawazu in Yojimbo
  34. Ned Glass in West Side Story
  35. Takashi Shimura in Yojimbo
  36. Peter Falk in Pocketful of Miracles
  37. Michael Redgrave in The Innocents
  38. James Garner in The Children's Hour
  39. Donald Wolfit in The Mark
  40. Thurl Ravenscroft in 101 Dalmatians
  41. Keenan Wynn in The Absent-Minded Professor
  42. Dennis Price in Victim
  43. Edward Everett Horton in Pocketful of Miracles
  44. Stanley Adams in Breakfast At Tiffany's
  45. Ben Wright in 101 Dalmatians 
  46. John Fiedler in A Raisin in the Sun
  47. Tommy Kirk in The Absent-Minded Professor
  48. Thomas Mitchell in Pocketful of Miracles 
  49. Russ Tamblyn in West Side Story 
  50. Richard Harris in The Guns of Navarone
  51. Martin Balsam in Breakfast At Tiffany's
  52. Peter Wyngarde in The Innocents
  53. Kevin McCarthy in The Misfits
  54. Charles Boyer in Fanny
  55. Buddy Epsen in Breakfast At Tiffany's
  56. Ben Johnson in One-Eyed Jacks
  57. Simon Oakland in West Side Story
  58. William Shatner in Judgement At Nuremberg
  59. Stanley Baker in The Guns of Navarone
  60. Arthur O'Connell in Pocketful of Miracles
  61. Slim Pickens in One-Eyed Jacks
  62. George Chakiris in West Side Story
  63. Leon Ames in The Absent-Minded Professor
  64. Tucker Smith in West Side Story
  65. Horst Buchholz in One, Two, Three
  66. Maurice Chevalier in Fanny
  67. Mickey Rooney in Breakfast At Tiffany's
Next Year: 1958 lead


koook160 (Robert MacFarlane) said...

James Stewart in Vertigo

Huh. Can't think of anything else.

Anonymous said...

Is Schell now a 4.5?

Anonymous said...

And if so, any particular reason why? :)

Louis Morgan said...

Lead to supporting considerations I did the same for Peter O'Toole in The Stunt Man as well as Barry Fitzgerald in Going My Way.

Anonymous said...

Alec Guinness- A Horse's Mouth
James Stewart- Vertigo

Michael McCarthy said...

Alec Guinness-The Horse's Mouth
James Stewart-Vertigo
Christopher Lee-Horror of Dracula
William Holden-The Key
Zbigniew Cybulski-Ashes and Diamonds

Also, my pick is Masayuki Mori in Ugetsu for Best Actor 1953.

luke higham said...

Alec Guinness - The Horse's Mouth
James Stewart - Vertigo
Toshiro Mifune - The Hidden Fortress
Charlton Heston - Touch of Evil
Christopher Lee - Dracula

Marlon Brando - The Young Lions

luke higham said...

Louis: Rating & Thoughts on Martin Stephens in The Innocents.

Maciej said...

Gregory Peck - The Big Country
Zbigniew Cybulski - Ashes and Diamonds
Clark Gable - Teacher's Pet
Alec Guinness - The Horse's Mouth

RatedRStar said...

Alec Guinness - A Horses Mouth
James Stewart - Vertigo
Toshiro Mifune - The Hidden Fortress
Christopher Lee - Dracula
David Hedison - The Fly

RatedRStar said...

omg you gave Montgomery Clift the win =D yesssssssssss Louis lol.

RatedRStar said...

What changed your mind Louis?

Michael Patison said...

Alec Guinness in The Horse's Mouth
Toshiro Mifune in The Hidden Fortress
Paul Newman in The Long, Hot Summer
James Stewart in Vertigo
Spencer Tracy in The Last Hurrah

Those were what I already had written down. I don't know about any others. Maybe:
Clark Gable in Run Silent, Run Deep
Charlton Heston in Touch of Evil (jk)
Burt Lancaster in Run Silent, Run Deep
Christopher Lee in Dracula

Louis Morgan said...

Luke: Stephens - 4.5(A very effective performance as his performance keeps the mystery alive by balancing between acting just the honest child type mischief along with a mischief of a far more sinister nature. The performance works even further as he allows the interpretation either that the evil is supernatural or that of just a very emotionally damaged boy)

RatedRStar: I never really changed my mind as I always saw it as an equally good sorta thing for 61 supporting. I do think out of all them that Clift does make the most lasting impact.

TParker said...

I dunno about you, but I found Daisuke Kato oddly charming in 'Yojimbo'.