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Oscars quiz: Which film lost all five acting bids?

February 4, 2009 |  7:47 am

All of the movies below received five acting nominations. Only one was totally snubbed in the performance categories. Which one? See the answer here!

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ANSWER: "Tom Jones" (1963) lost all five: Albert Finney (actor), Hugh Griffith (supporting actor), Diane Cilento, Dame Edith Evans, Joyce Redman (supporting actress).

As for the others:

"The Godfather, Part II" (1974) won one: Robert DeNiro (supporting actor)

"Bonnie and Clyde" (1967) won one: Estelle Parsons (supporting actress)

"All About Eve" (1950) won one: George Sanders (supporting actor)

NOTE: "Network" was also nominated for five acting slots, winning three: Peter Finch (actor), Faye Dunaway (actress), Beatrice Straight (supporting actress)

Photos: Warner Bros., Paramount, 20th Century Fox, United Artists

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Photo credits: Miramax, United Artists, Universal

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