What TV Shows and Movies did you grow up with?

I'll post the 5 actors nominated for the year (with their roles), and you post the winner's stage name, and Movie title.

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m047 ~ Jim Buchanan

Harold Russell as Homer Parrish in The Best Years of Our Lives 1946

Charles Coburn as Alexander Gow in The Green Years - 1946
William Demarest as Steve Martin in The Jolson Story - 1946
Claude Rains as Alexander Sebastian in Notorious 1946
Clifton Webb as Elliott Templeton in The Razor's Edge 1946


Patty Duke won that year as Helen Keller...all good performances

Bet you woulda chosen "Scout" LOL

m048 ~ Karen

Patty Duke as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker 1962

Mary Badham as Jean Louise (Scout) Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird1962
Shirley Knight as Heavenly Finley in Sweet Bird of Youth - 1962
Angela Lansbury as Mrs. Eleanor Iselin in The Manchurian Candidate1962
Thelma Ritter as Elizabeth Stroud in Birdman of Alcatraz - 1962


Whoopi on that year for Ghost...Oda Mae was memorable character...LOL

I sure would...one of my favorite movies

Yep...I sure would have chosen Scout...one of my favorite book and movie

m049 ~ Karen

Whoopi Goldberg as Oda Mae Brown in Ghost (1990)

Annette Bening as Myra Langtry in The Grifters - 1990
Lorraine Bracco as Karen Hill in Goodfellas - 1990
Diane Ladd as Marietta Fortune in Wild at Heart - 1990
Mary McDonnell as Stands With A Fist in Dances with Wolves - 1990


Theresa Wright for Mrs. Miniver..But Picture is Greer Garson, Best actress (Title Role) for Mrs. Miniver I think

m050 ~ Jim Buchanan

Teresa Wright as Carol Beldon in Mrs. Miniver 142

Gladys Cooper as Mrs. Vale in Now, Voyager 1942
Agnes Moorehead as Fanny Minafer in The Magnificent Ambersons - 1942
Susan Peters as Kitty Chilcet in Random Harvest - 1942
May Whitty as Lady Beldon in Mrs. Miniver - 1942





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