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Oscars quiz: What film lost all five bids for acting?

December 5, 2009 | 11:15 am

All of the films below received five Oscar nominations for acting. Only one was totally snubbed in the performance categories. Which one? To see the answer, click on the "Continue reading" link below.

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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" (1976) was also nominated for five acting slots, winning three: Peter Finch (actor), Faye Dunaway (actress), Beatrice Straight (supporting actress). "Peyton Place" (1957) snagged five acting bids, but lost all of them.

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

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The picture you have here is not of Al Pacino from "The Godfather, Part II" but rather the third one. (Not a big deal, but since this is all about accuracy, why not ensure that the photos are correct too?)

What about On The Waterfront? That also had 5 acting nomations.

Best Actor: Marlon Brando (won)

Best Supporting Actor: Lee J. Cobb

Best Supporting Actor: Karl Malden

Best Supporting Actor: Rod Steiger

Best Supporting Actress: Eva Marie Saint (won)

Tx for the reminder, Benito. I just added "Peyton Place" to the final notation

somebody forgot about Peyton Place.


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