Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Best Supporting Actor 1969

And the Nominees Were:

Anthony Quayle in Anne of the Thousand Days

Elliott Gould in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

Gig Young in They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

Jack Nicholson in Easy Rider

Rupert Crosse in The Reivers


RatedRStar said...

Nicholson Easily =), liked Young also.

1.Jack Nicholson
2.Gig Young
3.Elliott Gould
4.Rupert Crosse
5.Anthony Quayle

Anonymous said...

Definately Nicholson

Derek Bowman said...

I almost watched Easy Rider last week and now I'm kicking myself because I would have had something to actually say after not having seen anyone for three years in a row now, lol.

Anonymous said...

2.Nicholson (he was also great, but I think I'll go with Young)
4.Crosse (the only one I haven't seen)

Anonymous said...

I'll give it a try:

1. Jack
2. Gig (my personal pick)
3. Elliott
4. Anthony
5. Rupert


dinasztie said...

Thank s for doing this year so soon. :D Just rewatched Easy Rider - Jack was superb. He's my pick but I love Young as well.

5)Quayle (that whole movie is a piece of sh#t)

dinasztie said...

I know you're not a make-a-wish box but I also hope you'll do 1999 soon. Can't wait to see your thoughts on Cruise.

RatedRStar said...


What did you make of Cruise in Magnolia because I have very mixed feelings about his performance.

@Louis Morgan

This is a little off topic but I recently watched Judgement At Nuremberg and you said you had some issues with the film ( what were they ) =D

Louis Morgan said...

My problems with the film mainly came from its inability to really take a strong stance on its morals it was attempting to convey. Really this mostly comes from Spencer Tracy's character who was both written and acted in a very underwhelming and sometimes confusing fashion.

moviefilm said...

1) Jack Nicholson
2) Gig Young
3) Elliott Gould
4) Rupert Crosse
5) Anthony Qualye

Fritz said...

I hope Gig Young takes it!