Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Best Supporting Actor 1938

And the Nominees Were:

Gene Lockhart in Algiers 

John Garfield in Four Daughters

Walter Brennan in Kentucky

Basil Rathbone in If I Were King

Robert Morley in Marie Antoinette 


RatedRStar said...

Brennan is a safe one I think, although I liked Garfield too.

1. Walter Brennan
2. John Garfield
3. Basil Rathbone
4. Gene Lockhart
5. Robert Morley

dshultz said...

Brennan. He's your Best Supporting Actor symbol for a reason.

Anonymous said...

My favorite is Basil Rathbone, but, yeah, I think Walter Brennan is going to win.


dinasztie said...

No idea.


So random.

Anonymous said...

I rather liked Morley, to be honest.

Anonymous said...

Walter Brennan.

Edward L. said...

I've only seen Lockhart's performance, but I thought he was very good.

Always love Brennan, though - I just haven't seen him in Kentucky yet!

JJJ said...

Ooh, exactly the year I wanted.

People always dismiss Brennan when they evaluate the different multiple-Oscar winners against each other, but it's probably largely because no one's really seen his winning perfs, and the fact that he is technically tied as the winning-est male actor ever as opposed to more iconic actors.