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The Oscar Quest: Rankings

At the bottom of all my Oscar Quest articles, after talking about the films and performances and how I ranked them in that specific category, I ranked all the nominees. This article is a collection of those rankings. (Any changes from what I originally wrote we’ll mediate as they pop up.)

There’s no real set criteria to explain how I ranked everything. I’m sure there’s some overly complicated formula I have in my head, but let’s not try to explain what goes on in my head. The general rules for the rankings are: almost always do my favorite films and performances take precedent. They’ll usually go first. Sometimes the order will be solely how I like the films, and sometimes they’ll be solely how I rate the performances. Most times, it’s a bit of both. Usually there’s a clear #1 (or lack thereof) that dictates how the rest of the list proceeds. There’s really no definitive explanation, so I’ll leave it at: I’ve Santa Claus’d this list multiple times, and I stand by every one of these rankings.

The goal of all of this was always to recommend films for you to see (being able to put forth my opinion on it was a bonus). Use this alongside The Oscar Quest: A Viewer’s Guide article as a way of finding films to see. With these, you can very quickly find out which films I love and think you should see, no reading required. And any reading you care to do is just a click away. Plus, by reading the articles and seeing the films (even if it’s just simply the small handful of ones I say you need to see), you’ll have more knowledge of the Oscars and their history than the av-er-age person, making you that much more qualified to say, “What? That? Fuck no, that shouldn’t have won!” Who doesn’t want that?

Also, as always, if having everything in one article is too overwhelming for you, here are six separate articles of the same:

The Oscar Quest: Best Picture Rankings

The Oscar Quest: Best Actor Rankings

The Oscar Quest: Best Actress Rankings

The Oscar Quest: Best Supporting Actor Rankings

The Oscar Quest: Best Supporting Actress Rankings

The Oscar Quest: Best Director Rankings

Now, let’s get to ranking:

(NOTE: ANYTHING IN RED MEANS I HAVEN’T SEEN THE FILM. There are still a few Quest films I’ve yet to find/see. So those categories won’t be 100% official until I do see them. Underlined means that’s what won. An asterisk (*) means that’s what I’d have voted for.)


Best Picture

2013 1. Gravity (Warner Bros.) *

2. Her (Warner Bros., Annapurna)

3. The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount, Universal)

4. 12 Years a Slave (Fox Searchlight)

5. Captain Phillips (Columbia)

6. American Hustle (Columbia, Annapurna)

7. Philomena (The Weinstein Co.)

8. Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features)

9. Nebraska (Paramount Vantage)

2012 – 1. Django Unchained (The Weinstein Co., Columbia) *

2. Les Misérables (Universal, Working Title Films)

3. Silver Linings Playbook (The Weinstein Co.)

4. Argo (Warner Bros.)

5. Lincoln (Touchstone, DreamWorks, 20th Century Fox)

6. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

7. Beasts of the Southern Wild (Fox Searchlight)

8. Zero Dark Thirty (Columbia)

9. Amour (Les Films du Losange, X Filme Creative Pool, Wega Film Production)

2011  1. The Artist (The Weinstein Company) *

2. Hugo (Paramount)

3. Moneyball (Columbia)

4. War Horse (Touchstone, DreamWorks)

5. The Tree of Life (Fox Searchlight)

6. The Descendants (Fox Searchlight)

7. Midnight in Paris (Sony Pictures Classics)

8. The Help (Touchstone, DreamWorks)

9. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (Warner Bros.)

2010 1. True Grit (Paramount)

2. The Social Network (Sony Pictures) *

3. Toy Story 3 (Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios)

4. Black Swan (Fox Searchlight)

5. The King’s Speech (The Weinstein Company)

6. The Fighter (Paramount)

7. Inception (Warner Bros.)

8. 127 Hours (Fox Searchlight)

9. Winter’s Bone (Roadside Attractions

10. The Kids Are All Right (Focus Features)

2009 1. Inglourious Basterds (The Weinstein Company, Universal Studios) *

2. Up (Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios)

3. Up in the Air (Paramount Pictures)

4. The Hurt Locker (Summit Entertainment)

5. Avatar (20th Century Fox)

6. An Education (Sony Pictures Classics)

7. A Serious Man (Focus Features)

8. District 9 (TriStar Pictures)

9. Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire (Lions Gate Entertainment)

10. The Blind Side (Warner Bros.)

2008 – 1. Slumdog Millionaire (Fox Searchlight, Warner Bros.) *

2. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Paramount, Warner Bros.)

3. Milk (Focus Features)

4. Frost/Nixon (Universal)

5. The Reader (The Weinstein Company)

2007 1. There Will Be Blood (Paramount Vantage, Miramax) *

2. No Country for Old Men (Miramax, Paramount Vantage)

3. Atonement (Focus Features)

4. Michael Clayton (Warner Bros.)

5. Juno (Fox Searchlight)

2006 1. The Departed (Warner Bros.) *

2. Little Miss Sunshine (Fox Searchlight)

3. Letters from Iwo Jima (Warner Bros.)

4. Babel (Paramount Vantage)

5. The Queen (Miramax)

2005 1. Good Night, and Good Luck (Warner Bros.) *

2. Munich (DreamWorks, Universal)

3. Brokeback Mountain (Focus Features)

4. Crash (Lions Gate Entertainment)

5. Capote (United Artists)

2004 1. The Aviator (Warner Bros., Miramax) *

2. Million Dollar Baby (Warner Bros.)

3. Ray (Universal)

4. Finding Neverland (Miramax)

5. Sideways (Fox Searchlight)

2003 1. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (New Line Cinema) *

2. Lost in Translation (Focus Features)

3. Seabiscuit (Universal, DreamWorks)

4. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (Fox, Miramax, Universal)

5. Mystic River (Warner Bros.)

2002 – 1. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (New Line Cinema) *

2. Gangs of New York (Miramax)

3. Chicago (Miramax)

4. The Pianist (Focus Features)

5. The Hours (Paramount, Miramax)

20011. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (New Line Cinema) *

2. A Beautiful Mind (Universal, DreamWorks)

3. Moulin Rouge! (20th Century Fox)

4. In the Bedroom (Miramax)

5. Gosford Park (USA Films)

2000 1. Gladiator (DreamWorks, Universal) *

2. Traffic (USA Films)

3. Chocolat (Miramax)

4. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Sony Pictures Classics)

5. Erin Brockovich (Universal, Columbia)

1999 1. American Beauty (DreamWorks) *

2. The Insider (Touchstone Pictures)

3. The Green Mile (Castle Rock Entertainment, Warner Bros.)

4. The Sixth Sense (Hollywood Pictures)

5. The Cider House Rules (Miramax)

1998 1. Saving Private Ryan (DreamWorks, Paramount) *

2. Shakespeare in Love (Miramax/Universal)

3. The Thin Red Line (20th Century Fox)

4. Life is Beautiful (Miramax)

5. Elizabeth (PolyGram Filmed Entertainment)

1997 1. L.A. Confidential (Warner Bros.) *

2. As Good as It Gets (TriStar)

3. Titanic (Paramount, 20th Century Fox)

4. Good Will Hunting (Miramax)

5. The Full Monty (Fox Searchlight)

1996 1. Jerry Maguire (TriStar)

2. Fargo (Gramercy Pictures) *

3. The English Patient (Miramax)

4. Shine (October Films)

5. Secrets & Lies (Fine Line Features)

1995 1. Apollo 13 (Universal, Imagine Entertainment) *

2. Braveheart (Paramount, Icon)

3. Babe (Universal)

4. Il Postino (Miramax)

5. Sense and Sensibility (Columbia)

1994 1. Pulp Fiction (Miramax) *

2. The Shawshank Redemption (Columbia, Castle Rock Entertainment)

3. Forrest Gump (Paramount)

4. Quiz Show (Hollywood Pictures)

5. Four Weddings and a Funeral (PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Working Title)

1993 1. Schindler’s List (Universal) *

2. The Fugitive (Warner Bros.)

3. In the Name of the Father (Universal)

4. The Remains of the Day (Columbia)

5. The Piano (Miramax)

1992 1. Unforgiven (Warner Bros.) *

2. A Few Good Men (Columbia, Castle Rock Entertainment)

3. Scent of a Woman (Universal)

4. The Crying Game (Miramax)

5. Howards End (Sony Pictures Classics)

1991 1. The Silence of the Lambs (Orion) *

2. Beauty and the Beast (Walt Disney Pictures)

3. JFK (Warner Bros.)

4. Bugsy (TriStar)

5. The Prince of Tides (Columbia)

1990 1. Goodfellas (Warner Bros.) *

2. The Godfather Part III (Paramount)

3. Ghost (Paramount)

4. Awakenings (Columbia)

5. Dances with Wolves (Orion)

1989 1. Field of Dreams (Universal) *

2. My Left Foot (Miramax)

3. Driving Miss Daisy (Warner Bros.)

4. Born on the Fourth of July (Universal)

5. Dead Poet’s Society (Touchstone Pictures)

1988 1. Rain Man (United Artists) *

2. Mississippi Burning (Orion)

3. Dangerous Liaisons (Warner Bros.)

4. The Accidental Tourist (Warner Bros.)

5. Working Girl (20th Century Fox)

1987 1. Hope and Glory (Columbia) *

2. Broadcast News (20th Century Fox)

3. The Last Emperor (Columbia)

4. Fatal Attraction (Paramount)

5. Moonstruck (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1986 1. Platoon (Orion) *

2. Children of a Lesser God (Paramount)

3. The Mission (Warner Bros.)

4. Hannah and Her Sisters (Orion)

5. A Room With a View (Cinecom)

1985 1. The Color Purple (Warner Bros.) *

2. Prizzi’s Honor (20th Century Fox, ABC Motion Pictures)

3. Kiss of the Spider Woman (Island Alive)

4. Witness (Paramount)

5. Out of Africa (Universal)

1984 1. Amadeus (Orion) *

2. A Soldier’s Story (Columbia)

3. Places in the Heart (TriStar)

4. The Killing Fields (Warner Bros.)

5. A Passage to India (Columbia)

1983 1. The Big Chill (Columbia)

2. The Right Stuff (Warner Bros., The Ladd Company) *

3. Terms of Endearment (Paramount)

4. Tender Mercies (Universal, AFD)

5. The Dresser (Columbia)

1982 1. The Verdict (20thCentury Fox) *

2. Tootsie (Columbia)

3. E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (Universal)

4. Gandhi (Columbia)

5. Missing (Universal)

1981 1. Raiders of the Lost Ark (Paramount) *

2. On Golden Pond (IFC Films)

3. Reds (Paramount)

4. Atlantic City (Paramount)

5. Chariots of Fire (The Ladd Company, Warner Bros.)

1980 1. Raging Bull (United Artists) *

2. The Elephant Man (Paramount)

3. Ordinary People (Paramount)

4. Coal Miner’s Daughter (Universal)

5. Tess (Columbia)

1979 1. All That Jazz (20th Century Fox)

2. Apocalypse Now (United Artists) *

3. Kramer vs. Kramer (Columbia)

4. Breaking Away (20th Century Fox)

5. Norma Rae (20th Century Fox)

1978 1. The Deer Hunter (Universal) *

2. Midnight Express (Columbia)

3. Heaven Can Wait (Paramount)

4. Coming Home (United Artists)

5. An Unmarried Woman (20th Century Fox)

1977 1. Star Wars (20thCentury Fox)

2. The Goodbye Girl (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Warner Bros.)

3. Annie Hall (United Artists) *

4. Julia (20th Century Fox)

5. The Turning Point (20th Century Fox)

1976 1. Rocky (United Artists) *

2. All the President’s Men (Warner Bros.)

3. Network (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, United Artists)

4. Taxi Driver (Columbia)

5. Bound for Glory (United Artists)

1975  1. Jaws (Universal)

2. One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest (United Artists) *

3. Dog Day Afternoon (Warner Bros.)

4. Barry Lyndon (Warner Bros.)

5. Nashville (Paramount)

1974 1. The Godfather Part II (Paramount) *

2. Chinatown (Paramount)

3. The Conversation (Paramount)

4. Lenny (United Artists)

5. The Towering Inferno (20th Century Fox, Warner Bros.)

1973 1. The Sting (Universal) *

2. The Exorcist (Warner Bros.)

3. American Graffiti (Universal)

4. A Touch of Class (Avco Embassy)

5. Cries and Whispers (New World Pictures)

1972 1. The Godfather (Paramount) *

2. Deliverance (Warner Bros.)

3. Cabaret (Allied Artists)

4. Sounder (20th Century Fox)

5. The Emigrants (Warner Bros.)

1971 1. The French Connection (20th Century Fox) *

2. A Clockwork Orange (Warner Bros.)

3. Nicholas and Alexandra (Columbia)

4. Fiddler on the Roof (United Artists)

5. The Last Picture Show (Columbia)

1970 1. Love Story (Paramount) *

2. MASH (20th Century Fox)

3. Patton (20th Century Fox)

4. Airport (Universal)

5. Five Easy Pieces (Columbia)

1969 1. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (20thCentury Fox) *

2. Midnight Cowboy (United Artists)

3. Anne of the Thousand Days (Universal)

4. Hello, Dolly! (20th Century Fox)

5. Z (Cinema V)

1968 1. Oliver! (Columbia) *

2. The Lion in Winter (Avco Embassy)

3. Romeo and Juliet (Paramount)

4. Funny Girl (Columbia)

5. Rachel, Rachel (Warner Bros.)

1967 – 1. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Columbia) *

2. The Graduate (Embassy)

3. Bonnie and Clyde (Warner Bros., Seven Arts)

4. In the Heat of the Night (United Artists)

5. Doctor Dolittle (20th Century Fox)

1966 1. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Warner Bros.) *

2. A Man for All Seasons (Columbia)

3. Alfie (Paramount)

4. The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming (United Artists)

5. The Sand Pebbles (20th Century Fox)

1965 1. Darling (Embassy) *

2. A Thousand Clowns (United Artists)

3. Doctor Zhivago (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. The Sound of Music (20th Century Fox)

5. Ship of Fools (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1964 1. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (Columbia) *

2. My Fair Lady (Warner Bros.)

3. Mary Poppins (Disney, Buena Vista)

4. Becket (Paramount)

5. Zorba the Greek (20th Century Fox)

1963 1. Cleopatra (20th Century Fox) *

2. America, America (Warner Bros.)

3. How the West Was Won (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Tom Jones (United Artists)

5. Lilies of the Field (United Artists)

19621. To Kill a Mockingbird (U-I) *

2. Lawrence of Arabia (Columbia)

3. The Longest Day (20th Century Fox)

4. Mutiny on the Bounty (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. The Music Man (Warner Bros.)

1961 1. The Hustler (20thCentury Fox)

2. West Side Story (United Artists) *

3. Judgment at Nuremberg (United Artists)

4. Fanny (Warner Bros.)

5. The Guns of Navarone (Columbia)

19601. The Apartment (United Artists) *

2. The Sundowners (Warner Bros.)

3. Elmer Gantry (United Artists)

4. The Alamo (United Artists)

5. Sons and Lovers (20th Century Fox)

19591. Anatomy of a Murder (Columbia) *

2. The Diary of Anne Frank (20th Century Fox)

3. Ben-Hur (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. The Nun’s Story (Warner Bros.)

5. Room at the Top (Continental)

1958 – 1. The Defiant Ones (Kramer, United Artists) *

2. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

3. Gigi (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Separate Tables (United Artists)

5. Auntie Mame (Warner Bros.)

1957 1. Bridge on the River Kwai (Columbia) *

2. 12 Angry Men (United Artists)

3. Witness for Prosecution (United Artists)

4. Peyton Place (20th Century Fox)

5. Sayonara (Warner Bros.)

1956 1. Giant (Warner Bros.) *

2. The Ten Commandments (Paramount)

3. The King and I (20th Century Fox)

4. Around the World in 80 Days (United Artists)

5. Friendly Persuasion (Allied Artists)

1955 1. Marty (United Artists) *

2. Mister Roberts (Warner Bros.)

3. Picnic (Columbia)

4. The Rose Tattoo (Paramount)

5. Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (20th Century Fox)

1954 1. On the Waterfront (Columbia) *

2. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

3. The Caine Mutiny (Columbia)

4. The Country Girl (Paramount)

5. Three Coins in the Fountain (20th Century Fox)

1953 1. Roman Holiday (Paramount) *

2. From Here to Eternity (Columbia)

3. Shane (Paramount)

4. The Robe (20th Century Fox)

5. Julius Caesar (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1952 1. High Noon (United Artists) *

2. The Quiet Man (Republic)

3. The Greatest Show on Earth (Paramount)

4. Moulin Rouge (United Artists)

5. Ivanhoe (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1951 1. A Streetcar Named Desire (Warner Bros.) *

2. An American in Paris (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

3. Decision Before Dawn (20th Century Fox)

4. Quo Vadis (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. A Place in the Sun (Paramount)

19501. Sunset Boulevard (Paramount) *

2. All About Eve (20th Century Fox)

3. Father of the Bride (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Born Yesterday (Columbia)

5. King Solomon’s Mines (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

19491. Battleground (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) *

2. The Heiress (Paramount)

3. All the King’s Men (Rossen, Columbia)

4. A Letter to Three Wives (20th Century Fox)

5. Twelve O’Clock High (20th Century Fox)

19481. The Red Shoes (Rank Organisation, Powell/Pressburger, Eagle-Lion Films)

2. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Warner Bros.) *

3. Johnny Belinda (Warner Bros.)

4. The Snake Pit (20th Century Fox)

5. Hamlet (J. Arthur Rank-Two Cities Films, Universal International)

1947 – 1. Gentleman’s Agreement (20th Century Fox) *

2. Miracle on 34th Street (20th Century Fox)

3. Great Expectations (Rank-Cineguild, U-I)

4. The Bishop’s Wife (RKO Radio)

5. Crossfire (RKO Radio)

1946 1. It’s a Wonderful Life (RKO Radio)

2. The Best Years of Our Lives (RKO Radio) *

3. The Yearling (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Henry V (United Artists)

5. The Razor’s Edge (20th Century Fox)

19451. The Lost Weekend (Paramount) *

2. The Bells of St. Mary’s (RKO Radio)

3. Mildred Pierce (Warner Bros.)

4. Anchors Aweigh (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. Spellbound (United Artists)

19441. Double Indemnity (Paramount) *

2. Going My Way (Paramount)

3. Since You Went Away (Selznick, United Artists)

4. Wilson (20th Century Fox)

5. Gaslight (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

19431. Casablanca (Warner Bros.) *

2. The Ox-Bow Incident (20th Century Fox)

3. The More the Merrier (Columbia)

4. Heaven Can Wait (20th Century Fox)

5. The Human Comedy (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

6. The Song of Bernadette (20th Century Fox)

7. In Which We Serve (United Artists)

8. For Whom the Bell Tolls (Paramount)

9. Madame Curie (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

10. Watch on the Rhine (Warner Bros.)

1942 1. The Pride of the Yankees (Goldwyn, RKO Radio) *

2. Yankee Doodle Dandy (Warner Bros.)

3. Random Harvest (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Mrs. Miniver (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. The Magnificent Ambersons (Mercury, RKO Radio)

6. 49th Parallel (GFD, Columbia)

7. Wake Island (Paramount)

8. The Pied Piper (20th Century Fox)

9. The Talk of the Town (Columbia)

10. Kings Row (Warner Bros.)

19411. Citizen Kane (RKO Radio) *

2. The Maltese Falcon (Warner Bros.)

3. Blossoms in the Dust (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Sergeant York (Warner Bros.)

5. How Green Was My Valley (20th Century Fox)

6. Here Comes Mr. Jordan (Columbia)

7. Suspicion (RKO Radio)

8. Hold Back the Dawn (Paramount)

9. The Little Foxes (RKO Radio)

10. One Foot in Heaven (Warner Bros.)

1940 1. The Grapes of Wrath (20thCentury Fox) *

2. Rebecca (Selznick, United Artists)

3. The Great Dictator (Chaplin, United Artists)

4. Our Town (Lesser, United Artists)

5. Kitty Foyle (RKO Radio)

6. The Philadelphia Story (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

7. All This, and Heaven Too (Warner Bros.)

8. Foreign Correspondent (Wanger, United Artists)

9. The Long Voyage Home (Argosy, Wanger, United Artists)

10. The Letter (Warner Bros.)

1939 1. Gone With the Wind (Selznick, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) *

2. The Wizard of Oz (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

3. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Columbia)

4. Stagecoach (United Artists)

5. Ninotchka (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

6. Goodbye, Mr. Chips (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

7. Wuthering Heights (Goldwyn, United Artists)

8. Of Mice and Men (Roach, United Artists)

9. Love Affair (RKO Radio)

10. Dark Victory (Warner Bros.)

1938 1. The Adventures of Robin Hood (Warner Bros.)

2. Grand Illusion (R.A.O., World Pictures) *

3. Pygmalion (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. You Can’t Take It With You (Columbia)

5. The Citadel (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

6. Test Pilot (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

7. Jezebel (Warner Bros.)

8. Boys Town (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

9. Alexander’s Ragtime Band (20th Century Fox)

10. Four Daughters (Warner Bros., First National)

1937 1. A Star is Born (Selznick International, United Artists) *

2. The Awful Truth (Columbia)

3. Lost Horizon (Columbia)

4. Captains Courageous (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. Stage Door (RKO Radio)

6. The Life of Emile Zola (Warner Bros.)

7. The Good Earth (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

8. Dead End (Goldwyn, United Artists)

9. In Old Chicago (20th Century Fox)

10. One Hundred Men and a Girl (Universal)

1936 1. The Great Ziegfeld (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) *

2. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (Columbia)

3. Dodsworth (Goldwyn, United Artists)

4. San Francisco (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. Libeled Lady (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

6. The Story of Louis Pasteur (Warner Bros.)

7. Anthony Adverse (Warner Bros.)

8. Romeo and Juliet (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

9. Three Smart Girls (Universal)

10. A Tale of Two Cities (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1935 1. Top Hat (RKO Radio) *

2. The Informer (RKO Radio)

3. Mutiny on the Bounty (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Alice Adams (RKO Radio)

5. Les Misérables (20th Century, United Artists)

6. A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Warner Bros.)

7. Ruggles of Red Gap (Paramount)

8. Captain Blood (Warner Bros. Cosmopolitan)

9. Naughty Marietta (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

10. The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (Paramount)

11. David Copperfield (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

12. The Broadway Melody of 1936 (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1934 1. The Thin Man (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) *

2. It Happened One Night (Columbia)

3. The Gay Divorcée (RKO Radio)

4. Cleopatra (Paramount)

5. Imitation of Life (Universal)

6. Here Comes the Navy (Warner Bros.)

7. Flirtation Walk (First National)

8. The Barretts of Wimpole Street (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

9. Viva Villa! (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

10. The House of Rothschild (20th Century, United Artists)

11. One Night of Love (Columbia)

12. The White Parade (Fox)

1932-1933 1. I Am A Fugitive from a Chain Gang (Warner Bros.) *

2. 42nd Street (Warner Bros.)

3. Cavalcade (Fox)

4. Little Women (RKO Radio)

5. State Fair (Fox)

6. Lady for a Day (Columbia)

7. A Farewell to Arms (Paramount)

8. She Done Him Wrong (Paramount)

9. The Private Life of Henry VIII (London Films, United Artists)

10. Smilin’ Through (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1931-1932 1. Bad Girl (Fox) *

2. One Hour with You (Paramount)

3. Grand Hotel (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. The Smiling Lieutenant (Paramount)

5. The Champ (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

6. Five Star Final (First National)

7. Arrowsmith (Goldwyn, United Artists)

8. Shanghai Express (Paramount)

1930-1931 1. Skippy (Paramount) *

2. Cimarron (RKO Radio)

3. The Front Page (Caddo, United Artists)

4. East Lynne (Fox)

5. Trader Horn (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1929-1930 1. All Quiet on the Western Front (Universal) *

2. The Love Parade (Paramount)

3. The Big House (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

4. Disraeli (Warner Bros.)

5. The Divorcée (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

1928-1929 1. The Broadway Melody (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) *

2. In Old Arizona (Fox)

3. Alibi (Feature Productions, United Artists)

4. The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

5. The Patriot (Paramount) (LOST)

1927-1928 (Outstanding Picture, Production)  1. Seventh Heaven (Fox) *

2. Wings (Paramount, Famous Players-Lasky)

3. The Racket (Caddo, Paramount)

1927-1928 (Unique or Artistic Production) 1. Sunrise (Fox) *

2. The Crowd (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

3. Chang: A Drama of the Wilderness (Paramount, Famous Players-Lasky)


Best Actor

2013 – 1. Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club *

2. Leonardo DiCaprio, The Wolf of Wall Street

3. Bruce Dern, Nebraska

4. Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave

5. Christian Bale, American Hustle

2012 – 1. Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln *

2. Joaquin Phoenix, The Master

3. Hugh Jackman, Les Misérables

4. Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook

5. Denzel Washington, Flight

2011  1. Gary Oldman, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy *

2. Jean Dujardin, The Artist

3. George Clooney, The Descendants

4. Brad Pitt, Moneyball

5. Demián Bichir, A Better Life

2010 1. Colin Firth, The King’s Speech *

2. Jeff Bridges, True Grit

3. Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network

4. Javier Bardem, Biutiful

5. James Franco, 127 Hours

2009 1. George Clooney, Up in the Air *

2. Jeremy Renner, The Hurt Locker

3. Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart

4.Colin Firth, A Single Man

5. Morgan Freeman, Invictus

2008 1. Mickey Rourke, The Wrestler *

2. Sean Penn, Milk

3. Brad Pitt, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

4. Richard Jenkins, The Visitor

5. Frank Langella, Frost/Nixon

2007 1. Daniel Day-Lewis, There Will Be Blood *

2.George Clooney, Michael Clayton

3. Johnny Depp, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

4. Viggo Mortensen, Eastern Promises

5. Tommy Lee Jones, In the Valley of Elah

2006 1. Forest Whitaker, The Last King of Scotland

2. Ryan Gosling, Half Nelson

3. Will Smith, The Pursuit of Happyness

4. Leonardo DiCaprio, Blood Diamond *

5. Peter O’Toole, Venus

20051. David Strathairn, Good Night, and Good Luck *

2. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Capote

3. Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain

4. Joaquin Phoenix, Walk the Line

5. Terrence Howard, Hustle & Flow

2004 1. Jamie Foxx, Ray *

2. Leonardo DiCaprio, The Aviator

3. Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby

4. Don Cheadle, Hotel Rwanda

5. Johnny Depp, Finding Neverland

2003 1. Johnny Depp, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl *

2. Bill Murray, Lost in Translation

3. Ben Kingsley, House of Sand and Fog

4. Sean Penn, Mystic River

5. Jude Law, Cold Mountain

2002 1. Nicolas Cage, Adaptation. *

2. Daniel Day-Lewis, Gangs of New York

3. Jack Nicholson, About Schmidt

4. Adrien Brody, The Pianist

5. Michael Caine, The Quiet American

2001 1. Denzel Washington, Training Day *

2. Sean Penn, I Am Sam

3. Russell Crowe, A Beautiful Mind

4. Will Smith, Ali

5. Tom Wilkinson, In the Bedroom

2000 1. Tom Hanks, Cast Away

2. Russell Crowe, Gladiator *

3. Geoffrey Rush, Quills

4. Ed Harris, Pollock

5. Javier Bardem, Before Night Falls

1999 1. Kevin Spacey, American Beauty *

2. Russell Crowe, The Insider

3. Denzel Washington, The Hurricane

4. Sean Penn, Sweet and Lowdown

5. Richard Farnsworth, The Straight Story

1998 – 1. Ian McKellen, Gods and Monsters *

2. Tom Hanks, Saving Private Ryan

3. Edward Norton, American History X

4. Roberto Benigni, Life is Beautiful

5. Nick Nolte, Affliction

1997 1. Jack Nicholson, As Good as It Gets *

2. Dustin Hoffman, Wag the Dog

3. Matt Damon, Good Will Hunting

4. Robert Duvall, The Apostle

5. Peter Fonda, Ulee’s Gold

1996 1. Billy Bob Thornton, Sling Blade *

2. Tom Cruise, Jerry Maguire

3. Woody Harrelson, The People vs. Larry Flynt

4. Ralph Fiennes, The English Patient

5. Geoffrey Rush, Shine

1995 1. Nicolas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas *

2. Anthony Hopkins, Nixon

3. Richard Dreyfuss, Mr. Holland’s Opus

4. Sean Penn, Dead Man Walking

5. Massimo Troisi, Il Postino

19941. Tom Hanks, Forrest Gump *

2. John Travolta, Pulp Fiction

3. Morgan Freeman, The Shawshank Redemption

4. Nigel Hawthorne, The Madness of King George

5. Paul Newman, Nobody’s Fool

1993 1. Liam Neeson, Schindler’s List *

2. Anthony Hopkins, The Remains of the Day

3. Daniel Day-Lewis, In the Name of the Father

4. Tom Hanks, Philadelphia

5. Laurence Fishburne, What’s Love Got to Do with It

19921. Robert Downey Jr., Chaplin *

2. Al Pacino, Scent of a Woman

3. Clint Eastwood, Unforgiven

4. Denzel Washington, Malcolm X

5. Stephen Rea, The Crying Game

1991 1. Anthony Hopkins, The Silence of the Lambs *

2. Warren Beatty, Bugsy

3. Robert De Niro, Cape Fear

4. Robin Williams, The Fisher King

5. Nick Nolte, The Prince of Tides

19901. Richard Harris, The Field *

2. Jeremy Irons, Reversal of Fortune

3. Robert De Niro, Awakenings

4. Kevin Costner, Dances with Wolves

5. Gérard Depardieu, Cyrano de Bergerac

1989 1. Daniel Day-Lewis, My Left Foot *

2. Tom Cruise, Born on the Fourth of July

3. Kenneth Branagh, Henry V

4. Morgan Freeman, Driving Miss Daisy

5. Robin Williams, Dead Poet’s Society

1988 1. Dustin Hoffman, Rain Man *

2. Tom Hanks, Big

3. Gene Hackman, Mississippi Burning

4. Edward James Olmos, Stand and Deliver

5. Max von Sydow, Pelle the Conqueror

1987 1. Michael Douglas, Wall Street *

2. William Hurt, Broadcast News

3. Robin Williams, Good Morning, Vietnam

4. Jack Nicholson, Ironweed

5. Marcello Mastroianni, Dark Eyes

1986 1. Paul Newman, The Color of Money *

2. William Hurt, Children of a Lesser God

3. Bob Hoskins, Mona Lisa

4. Dexter Gordon, Round Midnight

5. James Woods, Salvador

1985 1. William Hurt, Kiss of the Spider Woman *

2. Jon Voight, Runaway Train

3. Jack Nicholson, Prizzi’s Honor

4. Harrison Ford, Witness

5. James Garner, Murphy’s Romance

1984 1. F. Murray Abraham, Amadeus *

2. Tom Hulce, Amadeus

3. Albert Finney, Under the Volcano

4. Jeff Bridges, Starman

5. Sam Waterston, The Killing Fields

1983 1. Michael Caine, Educating Rita

2. Tom Courtenay, The Dresser

3. Albert Finney, The Dresser

4. Robert Duvall, Tender Mercies *

5. Tom Conti, Reuben, Reuben

1982 1. Paul Newman, The Verdict *

2. Peter O’Toole, My Favorite Year

3. Dustin Hoffman, Tootsie

4. Ben Kingsley, Gandhi

5. Jack Lemmon, Missing

1981 1. Dudley Moore, Arthur *

2. Henry Fonda, On Golden Pond

3. Warren Beatty, Reds

4. Burt Lancaster, Atlantic City

5. Paul Newman, Absence of Malice

1980 1. Robert De Niro, Raging Bull *

2. John Hurt, The Elephant Man

3. Peter O’Toole, The Stunt Man

4. Robert Duvall, The Great Santini

5. Jack Lemmon, Tribute

1979 1. Roy Scheider, All That Jazz

2. Dustin Hoffman, Kramer vs. Kramer *

3. Peter Sellers, Being There

4. Jack Lemmon, The China Syndrome

5. Al Pacino, …And Justice for All

1978 1. Robert De Niro, The Deer Hunter *

2.Warren Beatty, Heaven Can Wait

3. Jon Voight, Coming Home

4. Laurence Olivier, The Boys From Brazil

5. Gary Busey, The Buddy Holly Story

1977 1. Richard Dreyfuss, The Goodbye Girl *

2. John Travolta, Saturday Night Fever

3.Woody Allen, Annie Hall

4. Richard Burton, Equus

5. Marcello Mastroianni, A Special Day

1976 – 1. Sylvester Stallone, Rocky

2.Robert De Niro, Taxi Driver

3. Peter Finch, Network *

4. William Holden, Network

5. Giancarlo Giannini, Seven Beauties

1975 1. Jack Nicholson, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest *

2. Al Pacino, Dog Day Afternoon

3. Walther Matthau, The Sunshine Boys

4. James Whitmore, Give ‘em Hell, Harry!

5. Maximilian Schell, The Man in the Glass Booth

1974 1. Al Pacino, The Godfather, Part II *

2. Jack Nicholson, Chinatown

3. Dustin Hoffman, Lenny

4. Albert Finney, Murder on the Orient Express

5. Art Carney, Harry and Tonto

1973 1. Jack Lemmon, Save the Tiger *

2. Jack Nicholson, The Last Detail

3. Robert Redford, The Sting

4. Al Pacino, Serpico

5. Marlon Brando, Last Tango in Paris

1972 1. Marlon Brando, The Godfather *

2. Michael Caine, Sleuth

3. Laurence Olivier, Sleuth

4. Peter O’Toole, The Ruling Class

5. Paul Winfield, Sounder

1971 1. Gene Hackman, The French Connection *

2. Chaim Topol, Fiddler on the Roof

3. Walther Matthau, Kotch

4. George C. Scott, The Hospital

5. Peter Finch, Sunday Bloody Sunday

1970 1. James Earl Jones The Great White Hope

2. George C. Scott, Patton *

3. Ryan O’Neal, Love Story

4. Jack Nicholson, Five Easy Pieces

5. Melvyn Douglas, I Never Sang for My Father

1969 1. John Wayne, True Grit *

2. Richard Burton, Anne of the Thousand Days

3. Dustin Hoffman, Midnight Cowboy

4. Jon Voight, Midnight Cowboy

5. Peter O’Toole, Goodbye, Mr. Chips

19681.Ron Moody, Oliver!

2. Peter O’Toole, The Lion in Winter *

3. Alan Arkin, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter

4. Cliff Robertson, Charly

5. Alan Bates, The Fixer

1967 1. Paul Newman, Cool Hand Luke *

2. Spencer Tracy, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

3. Dustin Hoffman, The Graduate

4. Warren Beatty, Bonnie and Clyde

5. Rod Steiger, In the Heat of the Night

1966 1. Paul Scofield, A Man for All Seasons *

2. Richard Burton, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

3. Michael Caine, Alfie

4. Alan Arkin, The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming

5. Steve McQueen, The Sand Pebbles

1965 1. Richard Burton, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold *

2. Rod Steiger, The Pawnbroker

3. Lee Marvin, Cat Ballou

4. Laurence Olivier, Othello

5. Oskar Werner, Ship of Fools

1964 1. Peter Sellers, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb *

2. Rex Harrison, My Fair Lady

3. Peter O’Toole, Becket

4. Anthony Quinn, Zorba the Greek

5. Richard Burton, Becket

1963 1. Richard Harris, This Sporting Life *

2. Rex Harrison, Cleopatra

3. Paul Newman, Hud

4. Albert Finney, Tom Jones

5. Sidney Poitier, Lilies of the Field

1962 1. Gregory Peck, To Kill a Mockingbird *

2. Peter O’Toole, Lawrence of Arabia

3. Jack Lemmon, Days of Wine and Roses

4. Burt Lancaster, Birdman of Alcatraz

5. Marcello Mastroianni, Divorce, Italian Style

1961 1. Paul Newman, The Hustler *

2. Maximilian Schell, Judgment at Nuremberg

3. Spencer Tracy, Judgment at Nuremberg

4. Charles Boyer, Fanny

5. Stuart Whitman, The Mark

19601. Jack Lemmon, The Apartment

2. Burt Lancaster, Elmer Gantry *

3. Spencer Tracy, Inherit the Wind

4. Trevor Howard, Sons and Lovers

5. Laurence Olivier, The Entertainer

1959 1. James Stewart, Anatomy of a Murder *

2. Jack Lemmon, Some Like it Hot

3. Paul Muni, The Last Angry Man

4. Charlton Heston, Ben-Hur

5. Laurence Harvey, Room at the Top

1958 – 1. Paul Newman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof *

2. Tony Curtis, The Defiant Ones

3. Sidney Poitier, The Defiant Ones

4. David Niven, Separate Tables

5. Spencer Tracy, The Old Man and the Sea

1957 1. Alec Guinness, The Bridge on the River Kwai *

2. Charles Laughton, Witness for Prosecution

3. Anthony Franciosa, A Hatful of Rain

4. Anthony Quinn, Wild is the Wind

5. Marlon Brando, Sayonara

1956 1. Rock Hudson, Giant *

2. James Dean, Giant

3. Yul Brynner, The King and I

4. Kirk Douglas, Lust for Life

5. Laurence Olivier, Richard III

1955 1. Frank Sinatra, The Man with the Golden Arm *

2. Ernest Borgnine, Marty

3. James Dean, East of Eden

4. James Cagney, Love Me or Leave Me

5. Spencer Tracy, Bad Day at Black Rock

1954 1. Marlon Brando, On the Waterfront *

2. Bing Crosby, The Country Girl

3. Humphrey Bogart, The Caine Mutiny

4. James Mason, A Star is Born

5. Dan O’Herlihy, Robison Crusoe

1953 1. William Holden, Stalag 17 *

2. Montgomery Clift, From Here to Eternity

3. Burt Lancaster, From Here to Eternity

4. Marlon Brando, Julius Caesar

5. Richard Burton, The Robe

19521. Kirk Douglas, The Bad and the Beautiful *

2. Gary Cooper, High Noon

3. José Ferrer – Moulin Rouge

4. Alec Guinness, The Lavender Hill Mob

5. Marlon Brando, Viva Zapata!

19511. Marlon Brando, A Streetcar Named Desire *

2. Humphrey Bogart, The African Queen

3. Montgomery Clift, A Place in the Sun

4. Arthur Kennedy, Bright Victory

5. Fredric March, Death of a Salesman

1950 1. James Stewart, Harvey *

2. William Holden, Sunset Boulevard

3. Spencer Tracy, Father of the Bride

4. José Ferrer, Cyrano de Bergerac

5. Louis Calhern, The Magnificent Yankee

19491. Broderick Crawford, All the King’s Men *

2. Richard Todd, The Hasty Heart

3. John Wayne, Sands of Iwo Jima

4. Gregory Peck, Twelve O’Clock High

5. Kirk Douglas, Champion

1948 1. Laurence Olivier, Hamlet *

2. Lew Ayres, Johnny Belinda

3. Clifton Webb, Sitting Pretty

4. Montgomery Clift, The Search

5. Dan Dailey, When My Baby Smiles at Me

1947 1. Gregory Peck, Gentleman’s Agreement *

2. Michael Redgrave, Mourning Becomes Electra

3. John Garfield, Body and Soul

4. Ronald Colman, A Double Life

5. William Powell, Life with Father

1946 1. Fredric March, The Best Years of Our Lives *

2. James Stewart, It’s a Wonderful Life

3. Gregory Peck, The Yearling

4. Laurence Olivier, Henry V

5. Larry Parks, The Jolson Story

1945 – 1. Ray Milland, The Lost Weekend *

2. Gene Kelly, Anchors Aweigh

3. Bing Crosby, The Bells of St. Mary’s

4. Gregory Peck, The Keys of the Kingdom

5. Cornel Wilde, A Song to Remember

19441. Bing Crosby, Going My Way *

2. Barry Fitzgerald, Going My Way

3. Alexander Knox, Wilson

4. Charles Boyer, Gaslight

5. Cary Grant, None But the Lonely Heart

1943 1. Humphrey Bogart, Casablanca *

2. Mickey Rooney, The Human Comedy

3. Gary Cooper, For Whom the Bell Tolls

4. Walter Pidgeon, Madame Curie

5. Paul Lukas, Watch on the Rhine

1942 1. James Cagney, Yankee Doodle Dandy *

2. Gary Cooper, The Pride of the Yankees

3. Monty Woolley, The Pied Piper

4. Ronald Colman, Random Harvest

5. Walter Pidgeon, Mrs. Miniver

1941 1. Orson Welles, Citizen Kane *

2. Walter Huston, The Devil and Daniel Webster

3. Gary Cooper, Sergeant York

4. Cary Grant, Penny Serenade

5. Robert Montgomery, Here Comes Mr. Jordan

1940 1. Henry Fonda, The Grapes of Wrath *

2. Charlie Chaplin, The Great Dictator

3. Laurence Olivier, Rebecca

4. James Stewart, The Philadelphia Story

5. Raymond Massey, Abe Lincoln in Illinois

1939 1. James Stewart, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington *

2. Clark Gable, Gone With the Wind

3. Robert Donat, Goodbye, Mr. Chips

4. Laurence Olivier, Wuthering Heights

5. Mickey Rooney, Babes in Arms

1938 1. Leslie Howard, Pygmalion *

2. James Cagney, Angels with Dirty Faces

3. Robert Donat, The Citadel

4. Charles Boyer, Algiers

5. Spencer Tracy, Boys Town

1937 1. Fredric March, A Star is Born *

2. Paul Muni, The Life of Emile Zola

3. Spencer Tracy, Captains Courageous

4. Robert Montgomery, Night Must Fall

5. Charles Boyer, Conquest

1936 1. Walter Huston, Dodsworth

2. William Powell, My Man Godfrey *

3. Paul Muni, The Story of Louis Pasteur

4. Gary Cooper, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

5. Spencer Tracy, San Francisco

1935 1. Victor McLaglen, The Informer *

2. Charles Laughton, Mutiny on the Bounty

3. Clark Gable, Mutiny on the Bounty

4. Paul Muni, Black Fury

5. Franchot Tone, Mutiny on the Bounty

1934 1. William Powell, The Thin Man *

2. Clark Gable, It Happened One Night

3. Frank Morgan, The Affairs of Cellini

1932-19331. Paul Muni, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang *

2. Charles Laughton, The Private Life of Henry VIII

3. Leslie Howard, Berkeley Square

1931-19321. Wallace Beery, The Champ *

2. Fredric March, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

3. Alfred Lunt, The Guardsman

1930-1931 1. Jackie Cooper, Skippy *

2. Richard Dix, Cimarron

3. Lionel Barrymore, A Free Soul

4. Adolphe Menjou, The Front Page

5. Fredric March, The Royal Family of Broadway

1929-1930 – 1. Maurice Chevalier, The Love Parade

2. Maurice Chevalier, The Big Pond

3. George Arliss, Disraeli *

4. Wallace Beery, The Big House

5. Ronald Colman, Condemned

6. Ronald Colman, Bulldog Drummond

7. George Arliss, The Green Goddess

8. Lawrence Tibbett, The Rogue Song

1928-1929  1. Warner Baxter, In Old Arizona *

2. George Bancroft, Thunderbolt

3. Paul Muni, The Valiant

4. Chester Morris, Alibi

5. Lewis Stone, The Patriot (LOST)

1927-1928 1. Emil Jannings, The Last Command & The Way of All Flesh (LOST)*

2. Richard Barthelmess, The Noose & The Patent Leather Kid


Best Actress

2013 – 1. Judi Dench, Philomena *

2. Sandra Bullock, Gravity

3. Meryl Streep, August: Osage County

4. Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

5. Amy Adams, American Hustle

2012 – 1. Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook *

2. Naomi Watts, The Impossible

3. Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty

4. Emmanuelle Riva, Amour

5. Quvenzhané Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild

2011  1. Rooney Mara, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo *

2. Michelle Williams, My Week with Marilyn

3. Viola Davis, The Help

4. Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady

5. Glenn Close, Albert Nobbs

2010 1. Natalie Portman, Black Swan *

2. Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine

3. Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone

4. Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole

5. Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right

2009 1. Carey Mulligan, An Education *

2. Gabourey Sidibe, Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire

3. Meryl Streep, Julia and Julia

4. Helen Mirren, The Last Station

5. Sandra Bullock, The Blind Side

2008 1. Anne Hathaway, Rachel Getting Married *

2. Angelina Jolie, Changeling

3. Meryl Streep, Doubt

4. Melissa Leo, Frozen River

5. Kate Winslet, The Reader

2007 1. Marion Cotillard, La Vie en Rose *

2. Julie Christie, Away from Her

3. Ellen Page, Juno

4. Laura Linney, The Savages

5. Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth: The Golden Age

2006 1. Kate Winslet, Little Children *

2. Meryl Streep, The Devil Wears Prada

3. Penèlope Cruz, Volver

4. Helen Mirren, The Queen

5. Judi Dench, Notes on a Scandal

2005 1. Felicity Huffman, Transamerica *

2. Reese Witherspoon, Walk the Line

3. Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice

4. Charlize Theron, North Country

5. Judi Dench, Mrs. Henderson Presents

2004 1. Kate Winslet, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind *

2. Hilary Swank, Million Dollar Baby

3. Annette Bening, Being Julia

4. Catalina Sandino Moreno, Maria Full of Grace

5. Imelda Staunton, Vera Drake

2003 1. Charlize Theron, Monster *

2. Samantha Morton, In America

3. Naomi Watts, 21 Grams

4. Keisha Castle-Hughes, Whale Rider

5. Diane Keaton, Something’s Gotta Give

2002 1. Julianne Moore, Far From Heaven *

2. Renée Zellweger, Chicago

3. Salma Hayek, Frida

4. Diane Lane, Unfaithful

5. Nicole Kidman, The Hours

2001 1. Judi Dench, Iris *

2. Nicole Kidman, Moulin Rouge!

3. Halle Berry, Monster’s Ball

4. Sissy Spacek, In the Bedroom

5. Renée Zellweger, Bridget Jones’s Diary

2000 1. Joan Allen, The Contender

2. Julia Roberts, Erin Brockovich

3. Ellen Burstyn, Requiem for a Dream *

4. Juliette Binoche, Chocolat

5. Laura Linney, You Can Count on Me

19991. Annette Bening, American Beauty *

2. Hilary Swank, Boys Don’t Cry

3. Janet McTeer, Tumbleweeds

4. Julianne Moore, The End of the Affair

5. Meryl Streep, Music of the Heart

19981. Gwyneth Paltrow, Shakespeare in Love *

2. Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth

3. Fernanda Montenegro, Central Station

4. Emily Watson, Hilary and Jackie

5. Meryl Streep, One True Thing

1997 1. Helen Hunt, As Good as It Gets *

2. Judi Dench, Mrs. Brown

3. Helena Bonham Carter, The Wings of the Dove

4. Kate Winslet, Titanic

5. Julie Christie, Afterglow

19961. Frances McDormand, Fargo

2. Emily Watson, Breaking the Waves *

3. Brenda Blethyn, Secrets & Lies

4. Kristin Scott Thomas, The English Patient

5. Diane Keaton, Marvin’s Room

19951. Elisabeth Shue, Leaving Las Vegas *

2. Sharon Stone, Casino

3. Meryl Streep, The Bridges of Madison County

4. Susan Sarandon, Dead Man Walking

5. Emma Thompson, Sense and Sensibility

19941. Jodie Foster, Nell *

2. Susan Sarandon, The Client

3. Jessica Lange, Blue Sky

4. Winona Ryder, Little Women

5. Miranda Richardson, Tom & Viv

19931. Emma Thompson, The Remains of the Day

2. Holly Hunter, The Piano *

3. Angela Bassett, What’s Love Got to Do with It

4. Debra Winger, Shadowlands

5. Stockard Channing, Six Degrees of Separation

1992 – 1. Mary McDonnell, Passion Fish *

2. Emma Thompson, Howards End

3. Michelle Pfeiffer, Love Field

4. Susan Sarandon, Lorenzo’s Oil

5. Catherine Deneuve, Indochine

1991 1. Jodie Foster, The Silence of the Lambs *

2. Laura Dern, Rambling Rose

3. Susan Sarandon, Thelma & Louise

4. Geena Davis, Thelma & Louise

5. Bette Midler, For the Boys

19901. Kathy Bates, Misery *

2. Meryl Streep, Postcards from the Edge

3. Anjelica Huston, The Grifters

4. Julia Roberts, Pretty Woman

5. Joanne Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge

1989 1. Jessica Tandy, Driving Miss Daisy *

2. Michelle Pfeiffer, The Fabulous Baker Boys

3. Pauline Collins, Shirley Valentine

4. Isabelle Adjani, Camille Claudel

5. Jessica Lange, Music Box

1988 1. Jodie Foster, The Accused *

2. Meryl Streep, A Cry in the Dark

3. Glenn Close, Dangerous Liaisons

4. Sigourney Weaver, Gorillas in the Mist

5. Melanie Griffith, Working Girl

1987 1. Holly Hunter, Broadcast News *

2. Glenn Close, Fatal Attraction

3. Cher, Moonstruck

4. Meryl Streep, Ironweed

5. Sally Kirkland, Anna

1986 1. Marlee Matlin, Children of a Lesser God *

2. Sigourney Weaver, Aliens

3. Kathleen Turner, Peggy Sue Got Married

4. Sissy Spacek, Crimes of the Heart

5. Jane Fonda, The Morning After

1985 1. Whoopi Goldberg, The Color Purple *

2. Jessica Lange, Sweet Dreams

3. Geraldine Page, The Trip to Bountiful

4. Meryl Streep, Out of Africa

5. Anne Bancroft, Agnes of God

1984 1. Sally Field, Places in the Heart *

2. Judy Davis, A Passage to India

3. Sissy Spacek, The River

4. Jessica Lange, Country

5. Vanessa Redgrave, The Bostonians

19831. Shirley MacLaine, Terms of Endearment *

2. Julie Walters, Educating Rita

3. Debra Winger, Terms of Endearment

4. Meryl Streep, Silkwood

5. Jane Alexander, Testament

19821. Meryl Streep, Sophie’s Choice *

2. Jessica Lange, Frances

3. Julie Andrews, Victor Victoria

4. Sissy Spacek, Missing

5. Debra Winger, An Officer and a Gentleman

1981 1. Katharine Hepburn, On Golden Pond

2. Marsha Mason, Only When I Laugh *

3. Diane Keaton, Reds

4. Susan Sarandon, Atlantic City

5. Meryl Streep, The French Lieutenant’s Woman

1980 1. Sissy Spacek, Coal Miner’s Daughter *

2. Mary Tyler Moore, Ordinary People

3. Goldie Hawn, Private Benjamin

3. Gena Rowlands, Gloria

5. Ellen Burstyn, Resurrection

1979 1. Sally Field, Norma Rae *

2. Bette Midler, The Rose

3. Jane Fonda, The China Syndrome

4. Marsha Mason, Chapter Two

5. Jill Clayburgh, Starting Over

1978 1. Jill Clayburgh, An Unmarried Woman *

2. Jane Fonda, Coming Home

3. Ellen Burstyn, Same Time, Next Year

4. Ingrid Bergman, Autumn Sonata

5. Geraldine Page, Interiors

1977 1. Marsha Mason, The Goodbye Girl

2. Diane Keaton, Annie Hall *

3. Jane Fonda, Julia

4. Shirley MacLaine, The Turning Point

5. Anne Bancroft, The Turning Point

1976 1. Talia Shire, Rocky *

2. Faye Dunaway, Network

3. Sissy Spacek, Carrie

4. Marie-Christine Barrault, Cousin, cousine

5. Liv Ullmann, Face to Face

1975 – 1. Ann-Margret, Tommy

2. Louise Fletcher, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest *

3. Isabelle Adjani, The Story of Adele H.

4. Carol Kane, Hester Street

5. Glenda Jackson, Hedda

1974 1. Gena Rowlands, A Woman Under the Influence *

2. Faye Dunaway, Chinatown

3. Ellen Burstyn, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

4. Valerie Perrine, Lenny

5. Diahann Carroll, Claudine

19731. Ellen Burstyn, The Exorcist *

2. Marsha Mason, Cinderella Liberty

3. Glenda Jackson, A Touch of Class

4. Barbra Streisand, The Way We Were

5. Joanne Woodward, Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

1972 1. Liza Minnelli, Cabaret *

2. Diana Ross, Lady Sings the Blues

3. Cicely Tyson, Sounder

4. Maggie Smith, Travels with My Aunt

5. Liv Ullmann, The Emigrants

1971 1. Julie Christie, McCabe & Mrs. Miller

2. Janet Suzman, Nicholas and Alexandra

3. Jane Fonda, Klute *

4. Vanessa Redgrave, Mary, Queen of Scots

5. Glenda Jackson, Sunday Bloody Sunday

1970 1. Ali MacGraw, Love Story *

2. Jane Alexander, The Great White Hope

3. Carrie Snodgress, Diary of a Mad Housewife

4. Sarah Miles, Ryan’s Daughter

5. Glenda Jackson, Women in Love

1969 1. Liza Minnelli, The Sterile Cuckoo

2. Geneviève Bujold, Anne of the Thousand Days *

3. Jane Fonda, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

4. Maggie Smith, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

5. Jean Simmons, The Happy Ending

1968 1. Barbra Streisand, Funny Girl *

2. Katharine Hepburn, The Lion in Winter

3. Vanessa Redgrave, Isadora

4. Patricia Neal, The Subject Was Roses

5. Joanne Woodward, Rachel, Rachel

1967 1. Audrey Hepburn, Wait Until Dark

2. Katharine Hepburn, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

3. Anne Bancroft, The Graduate

4. Faye Dunaway, Bonnie and Clyde *

5. Edith Evans, The Whisperers

1966 1. Elizabeth Taylor, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? *

2. Ida Kaminska, The Shop on Main Street

3. Lynn Redgrave, Georgy Girl

4. Anouk Aimée, A Man and a Woman

5. Vanessa Redgrave, Morgan!

1965 1. Julie Christie, Darling *

2. Elizabeth Hartman, A Patch of Blue

3. Samantha Eggar, The Collector

4. Julie Andrews, The Sound of Music

5. Simone Signoret, Ship of Fools

1964 1. Julie Andrews, Mary Poppins *

2. Debbie Reynolds, The Unsinkable Molly Brown

3. Anne Bancroft, The Pumpkin Eater

4. Kim Stanley, Séance on a Wet Afternoon

5. Sophia Loren, Marriage Italian-Style

1963 1. Leslie Caron, The L-Shaped Room *

2. Natalie Wood, Love with the Proper Stranger

3. Shirley MacLaine, Irma La Douce

4. Rachel Roberts, This Sporting Life

5. Patricia Neal, Hud

1962 1. Anne Bancroft, The Miracle Worker *

2. Lee Remick, Days of Wine and Roses

3. Geraldine Page, Sweet Bird of Youth

4. Katharine Hepburn, Long Day’s Journey Into Night

5. Bette Davis, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

1961 1. Natalie Wood, Splendor in the Grass *

2. Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s

3. Piper Laurie, The Hustler

4. Sophia Loren, Two Women

5. Geraldine Page, Summer and Smoke

1960 1. Shirley MacLaine, The Apartment *

2. Deborah Kerr, The Sundowners

3. Elizabeth Taylor, BUtterfield 8

4. Melina Mercouri, Never on Sunday

5. Greer Garson, Sunrise at Campobello

1959 1. Audrey Hepburn, The Nun’s Story *

2. Elizabeth Taylor, Suddenly, Last Summer

3. Katharine Hepburn, Suddenly, Last Summer

4. Doris Day, Pillow Talk

5. Simone Signoret, Room at the Top

1958 1. Elizabeth Taylor, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

2. Deborah Kerr, Separate Tables

3. Susan Hayward, I Want to Live! *

4. Shirley MacLaine, Some Came Running

5. Rosalind Russell, Auntie Mame

19571. Joanne Woodward, The Three Faces of Eve *

2. Lana Turner, Peyton Place

3. Deborah Kerr, Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison

4. Elizabeth Taylor, Raintree County

5. Anna Magnani, Wild is the Wind

1956 1. Carroll Baker, Baby Doll *

2. Katharine Hepburn, The Rainmaker

3. Deborah Kerr, The King and I

4. Nancy Kelly, The Bad Seed

5. Ingrid Bergman, Anastasia

1955 – 1. Susan Hayward, I’ll Cry Tomorrow *

2. Anna Magnani, The Rose Tattoo

3. Eleanor Parker, Interrupted Melody

4. Katharine Hepburn, Summertime

5. Jennifer Jones, Love is a Many-Splendored Thing

19541. Grace Kelly, The Country Girl *

2. Judy Garland, A Star is Born

3. Audrey Hepburn, Sabrina

4. Jane Wyman, Magnificent Obsession

5. Dorothy Dandridge, Carmen Jones

1953 1. Audrey Hepburn, Roman Holiday *

2. Leslie Caron, Lili

3. Maggie McNamara, The Moon is Blue

4. Deborah Kerr, From Here to Eternity

5. Ava Gardner, Mogambo

1952 1. Julie Harris, The Member of the Wedding *

2. Shirley Booth, Come Back, Little Sheba

3. Susan Hayward, With a Song in My Heart

4. Bette Davis, The Star

5. Joan Crawford, Sudden Fear

1951 1. Vivien Leigh, A Streetcar Named Desire *

2. Katharine Hepburn, The African Queen

3. Eleanor Parker, Detective Story

4. Shelley Winters, A Place in the Sun

5. Jane Wyman, The Blue Veil

1950 1. Gloria Swanson, Sunset Boulevard *

2. Judy Holliday, Born Yesterday

3. Anne Baxter, All About Eve

4. Betty Davis, All About Eve

5. Eleanor Parker, Caged

1949 1. Olivia de Havilland, The Heiress *

2. Jeanne Crain, Pinky

3. Deborah Kerr, Edward, My Son

4. Susan Hayward, My Foolish Heart

5. Loretta Young, Come to the Stable

1948 1. Jane Wyman, Johnny Belinda *

2. Irene Dunne, I Remember Mama

3. Olivia de Havilland, The Snake Pit

4. Barbara Stanwyck, Sorry, Wrong Number

5. Ingrid Bergman, Joan of Arc

1947 1. Rosalind Russell, Mourning Becomes Electra *

2. Dorothy McGuire, Gentleman’s Agreement

3. Loretta Young, The Farmer’s Daughter

4. Joan Crawford, Possessed

5. Susan Hayward, Smash-up, the Story of a Woman

1946 1. Celia Johnson, Brief Encounter

2. Olivia de Havilland, To Each His Own *

3. Jane Wyman, The Yearling

4. Jennifer Jones, Duel in the Sun

5. Rosalind Russell, Sister Kenny

1945 1. Joan Crawford, Mildred Pierce *

2. Gene Tierney, Leave Her to Heaven

3. Ingrid Bergman, The Bells of St. Mary’s

4. Greer Garson, The Valley of Decision

5. Jennifer Jones, Love Letters

1944 1. Barbara Stanwyck, Double Indemnity *

2. Ingrid Bergman, Gaslight

3. Claudette Colbert, Since You Went Away

4. Greer Garson, Mrs. Parkington

5. Bette Davis, Mr. Skeffington

1943 1. Jean Arthur, The More the Merrier *

2. Jennifer Jones, The Song of Bernadette

3. Ingrid Bergman, For Whom the Bell Tolls

4. Greer Garson, Madame Curie

5. Joan Fontaine, The Constant Nymph

1942 1. Teresa Wright, The Pride of the Yankees *

2. Greer Garson, Mrs. Miniver

3. Bette Davis, Now, Voyager

4. Rosalind Russell, My Sister Eileen

5. Katharine Hepburn, Woman of the Year

1941 1. Greer Garson, Blossoms in the Dust *

2. Joan Fontaine, Suspicion

3. Olivia de Havilland, Hold Back the Dawn

4. Barbara Stanwyck, Ball of Fire

5. Bette Davis, The Little Foxes

1940 1. Ginger Rogers, Kitty Foyle *

2. Joan Fontaine, Rebecca

3. Martha Scott, Our Town

4. Katharine Hepburn, The Philadelphia Story

5. Bette Davis, The Letter

1939 1. Vivien Leigh, Gone With the Wind *

2. Greta Garbo, Ninotchka

3. Greer Garson, Goodbye, Mr. Chips

4. Irene Dunne, Love Affair

5. Bette Davis, Dark Victory

1938 1. Wendy Hiller, Pygmalion *

2. Norma Shearer, Marie Antoinette

3. Fay Bainter, White Banners

4. Bette Davis, Jezebel

5. Margaret Sullavan, Three Comrades

1937 1. Janet Gaynor, A Star is Born

2. Irene Dunne, The Awful Truth *

3. Barbara Stanwyck, Stella Dallas

4. Luise Rainer, The Good Earth

5. Greta Garbo, Camille

1936 1. Carole Lombard, My Man Godfrey *

2. Luise Rainer, The Great Ziegfeld

3. Gladys George, Valiant is the Word for Carrie

4. Irene Dunne, Theodora Goes Wild

5. Norma Shearer, Romeo and Juliet

1935 1. Katharine Hepburn, Alice Adams *

2. Miriam Hopkins, Becky Sharp

3. Elisabeth Bergner, Escape Me Never

4. Bette Davis, Dangerous

5. Merle Oberon, The Dark Angel

6. Claudette Colbert, Private Worlds

1934 1. Claudette Colbert, It Happened One Night *

2. Norma Shearer, The Barretts of Wimpole Street

3. Bette Davis, Of Human Bondage (write-in)

4. Grace Moore, One Night of Love

1932-1933 1. Katharine Hepburn, Morning Glory *

2. Diana Wynyard, Cavalcade

3. May Robson, Lady for a Day

1931-1932 1. Helen Hayes, The Sin of Madelon Claudet *

2. Lynn Fontaine, The Guardsman

3. Marie Dressler, Emma

1930-1931 – 1. Irene Dunne, Cimarron *

2. Marie Dressler, Min and Bill

3. Marlene Dietrich, Morocco

4. Norma Shearer, A Free Soul

5. Ann Harding, Holiday

1929-1930 1. Norma Shearer, The Divorcée *

2. Gloria Swanson, The Tresspasser

3. Nancy Carroll, The Devil’s Holiday

4. Greta Garbo, Anna Christie

5. Ruth Chatterton, Sarah and Son

6. Norma Shearer, Their Own Desire

7. Greta Garbo, Romance

1928-1929 1. Mary Pickford, Coquette *

2. Bessie Love, The Broadway Melody

3. Jeanne Eagels, The Letter

4. Corrinne Griffith, The Divine Lady

5. Ruth Chatterton, Madame X

6. Betty Compson, The Barker

1927-19281. Janet Gaynor, Seventh Heaven & Street Angel & Sunrise *

2. Gloria Swanson, Sadie Thompson

3. Louise Dresser, A Ship Comes In


Best Supporting Actor

2013 – 1. Jonah Hill, The Wolf of Wall Street *

2. Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

3. Michael Fassbender, 12 Years a Slave

4. Bradley Cooper, American Hustle

5. Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips

2012 – 1. Robert De Niro, Silver Linings Playbook *

2. Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained

3. Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln

4. Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Master

5. Alan Arkin, Argo

2011  1. Max von Sydow, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close *

2. Christopher Plummer, Beginners

3. Kenneth Branagh, My Week with Marilyn

4. Nick Nolte, Warrior

5. Jonah Hill, Moneyball

2010 1. Christian Bale, The Fighter *

2. Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech

3. Jeremy Renner, The Town

4. John Hawkes, Winter’s Bone

5. Mark Ruffalo, The Kids are All Right

2009 1. Christoph Waltz, Inglourious Basterds *

2. Woody Harrelson, The Messenger

3. Stanley Tucci, The Lovely Bones

4. Christopher Plummer, The Last Station

5. Matt Damon, Invictus

2008 1. Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight *

2. Robert Downey, Jr., Tropic Thunder

3. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Doubt

4. Michael Shannon, Revolutionary Road

5. Josh Brolin, Milk

2007 1. Philip Seymour Hoffman, Charlie Wilson’s War

2. Javier Bardem, No Country For Old Men *

3. Casey Affleck, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

4. Tom Wilkinson, Michael Clayton

5. Hal Holbrook, Into the Wild

2006 1. Mark Wahlberg, The Departed *

2. Alan Arkin, Little Miss Sunshine

3. Jackie Earle Haley, Little Children

4. Eddie Murphy, Dreamgirls

5. Djimon Hounsou, Blood Diamond

2005 1. William Hurt, A History of Violence *

2. George Clooney, Syriana

3. Matt Dillon, Crash

4. Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain

5. Paul Giamatti, Cinderella Man

2004 1. Clive Owen, Closer *

2. Jamie Foxx, Collateral

3. Morgan Freeman, Million Dollar Baby

4. Alan Alda, The Aviator

5. Thomas Haden Church, Sideways

2003 1. Alec Baldwin, The Cooler *

2.Ken Watanabe, The Last Samurai

3. Benicio del Toro, 21 Grams

4. Tim Robbins, Mystic River

5. Djimon Hounsou, In America

2002 1. Chris Cooper, Adaptation. *

2. Paul Newman, Road to Perdition

3. Christopher Walken, Catch Me if You Can

4. John C. Reilly, Chicago

5. Ed Harris, The Hours

2001 1. Ben Kingsley, Sexy Beast *

2. Ian McKellen, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

3. Ethan Hawke, Training Day

4. Jim Broadbent, Iris

5. Jon Voight, Ali

2000 1. Willem Dafoe, Shadow of the Vampire *

2.Jeff Bridges, The Contender

3. Benicio del Toro, Traffic

4. Joaquin Phoenix, Gladiator

5. Albert Finney, Erin Brockovich

1999 1. Tom Cruise, Magnolia *

2. Jude Law, The Talented Mr. Ripley

3. Michael Clarke Duncan, The Green Mile

4. Michael Caine, The Cider House Rules

5. Haley Joel Osment, The Sixth Sense

1998 1. Billy Bob Thornton, A Simple Plan *

2. Geoffrey Rush, Shakespeare in Love

3. Robert Duvall, A Civil Action

4. James Coburn, Affliction

5. Ed Harris, The Truman Show

1997 1. Robert Forster, Jackie Brown *

2. Robin Williams, Good Will Hunting

3. Burt Reynolds, Boogie Nights

4. Anthony Hopkins, Amistad

5. Greg Kinnear, As Good as It Gets

1996 1. Cuba Gooding, Jr., Jerry Maguire

2. William H. Macy, Fargo *

3. Edward Norton, Primal Fear

4. James Woods, Ghosts of Mississippi

5. Armin Mueller-Stahl, Shine

1995 1. Kevin Spacey, The Usual Suspects *

2. Brad Pitt, Twelve Monkeys

3. Ed Harris, Apollo 13

4. James Cromwell, Babe

5. Tim Roth, Rob Roy

1994 1. Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction *

2. Martin Landau, Ed Wood

3. Gary Sinise, Forrest Gump

4. Chazz Palminteri, Bullets Over Broadway

5. Paul Scofield, Quiz Show

19931. Ralph Fiennes, Schindler’s List *

2. Tommy Lee Jones, The Fugitive

3.Pete Postlethwaite, In the Name of the Father

4. Leonardo DiCaprio, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape

5. John Malkovich, In the Line of Fire

1992 1. Jack Nicholson, A Few Good Men

2. Gene Hackman, Unforgiven*

3. Al Pacino, Glengarry Glen Ross

4. Jaye Davidson, The Crying Game

5. David Paymer, Mr. Saturday Night

1991 1. Michael Lerner, Barton Fink *

2. Harvey Keitel, Bugsy

3. Ben Kingsley, Bugsy

4. Jack Palance, City Slickers

5.Tommy Lee Jones, JFK

1990 1. Joe Pesci, Goodfellas *

2. Andy Garcia, The Godfather Part III

3. Al Pacino, Dick Tracy

4. Bruce Davidson, Longtime Companion

5. Graham Greene, Dances with Wolves

1989 1. Danny Aiello, Do the Right Thing *

2. Denzel Washington, Glory

3. Marlon Brando, A Dry White Season

4. Dan Aykroyd, Driving Miss Daisy

5. Martin Landau, Crimes and Misdemeanors

1988 1. Kevin Kline, A Fish Called Wanda *

2. Martin Landau, Tucker: The Man and His Dream

3. Dean Stockwell, Married to the Mob

4. Alec Guinness, Little Dorrit

5. River Phoenix, Running on Empty

1987 1. Sean Connery, The Untouchables *

2. Morgan Freeman, Street Smart

3. Albert Brooks, Broadcast News

4. Denzel Washington, Cry Freedom

5. Vincent Gardenia, Moonstruck

1986 1. Tom Berenger, Platoon *

2. Dennis Hopper, Hoosiers

3. Willem Dafoe, Platoon

4. Michael Caine, Hannah and Her Sisters

5. Denholm Elliott, A Room with a View

1985 1. Eric Roberts, Runaway Train *

2. Don Ameche, Cocoon

3. Klaus Maria Brandauer, Out of Africa

4. Robert Loggia, Jagged Edge

5. William Hickey, Prizzi’s Honor

1984 1. Adolph Ceasar, A Soldier’s Story *

2. Pat Morita, The Karate Kid

4. John Malkovich, Places in the Heart

4. Haing S. Ngor, The Killing Fields

5. Ralph Richardson, Greystroke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes

1983 1. Sam Shepard, The Right Stuff *

2. Charles Durning, To Be or Not to Be

3. Jack Nicholson, Terms of Endearment

4. John Lithgow, Terms of Endearment

5. Rip Torn, Cross Creek

1982 1. James Mason, The Verdict *

2. John Lithgow, The World According to Garp

3. Louis Gossett Jr.An Officer and a Gentleman

4. Charles Durning, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

5. Robert Preston, Victor Victoria

1981 1. John Gielgud, Arthur *

2. James Coco, Only When I Laugh

3. Jack Nicholson, Reds

4. Howard Rollins, Ragtime

5. Ian Holm, Chariots of Fire

1980 1. Joe Pesci, Raging Bull

2. Timothy Hutton, Ordinary People *

3. Jud Hirsch, Ordinary People

4. Jason Robards, Melvin and Howard

5. Michael O’Keefe, The Great Santini

1979 1. Robert Duvall, Apocalypse Now *

2. Melvyn Douglas, Being There

3. Justin Henry, Kramer vs. Kramer

4. Frederic Forrest, The Rose

5. Mickey Rooney, The Black Stallion

1978 1. Christopher Walken, The Deer Hunter *

2. Bruce Dern, Coming Home

3. Jack Warden, Heaven Can Wait

4. John Hurt, Midnight Express

5. Richard Farnsworth, Comes a Horseman

1977 1. Alec Guinness, Star Wars *

2. Jason Robards, Julia

3. Maximilian Schell, Julia

4. Peter Firth, Equus

5. Mikhail Baryshnikov, The Turning Point

1976 – 1. Jason Robards, All the President’s Men *

2. Burt Young, Rocky

3. Burgess Meredith, Rocky

4. Ned Beatty, Network

5. Laurence Olivier, Marathon Man

1975 1. George Burns, The Sunshine Boys *

2. Chris Sarandon, Dog Day Afternoon

3. Brad Dourif, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

4. Jack Warden, Shampoo

5. Burgess Meredith, The Day of the Locust

1974 1. Robert De Niro, The Godfather Part II *

2. Lee Strasberg, The Godfather Part II

3. Michael V. Gazzo, The Godfather Part II

4. Fred Astaire, The Towering Inferno

5. Jeff Bridges, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot

1973 1. Jason Miller, The Exorcist *

2. Vincent Gardenia, Bang the Drum Slowly

3. Randy Quaid, The Last Detail

4. John Houseman, The Paper Chase

5. Jack Gilford, Save the Tiger

1972 1. James Caan, The Godfather *

2. Al Pacino, The Godfather

3. Robert Duvall, The Godfather

4. Eddie Albert, The Heartbreak Kid

5. Joel Grey, Cabaret

1971 1. Roy Scheider, The French Connection *

2. Jeff Bridges, The Last Picture Show

3. Ben Johnson, The Last Picture Show

4. Richard Jaeckel, Sometimes a Great Notion

5. Leonard Frey, Fiddler on the Roof

1970 1. Chief Dan George, Little Big Man *

1. John Marley, Love Story

3. Richard S. Castellano, Lovers and Other Strangers

4. Gene Hackman, I Never Sang for My Father

5. John Mills, Ryan’s Daughter

1969 1. Gig Young, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? *

2. Jack Nicholson, Easy Rider

3. Rupert Crosse, The Reivers

4. Elliott Gould, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

5. Anthony Quayle, Anne of the Thousand Days

1968 1. Gene Wilder, The Producers *

2. Jack Wild, Oliver!

3. Jack Albertson, The Subject Was Roses

4. Daniel Massey, Star!

5. Seymour Cassel, Faces

1967 1. George Kennedy, Cool Hand Luke *

2. Cecil Kellaway, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

3. Gene Hackman, Bonnie and Clyde

4. Michael J. Pollard, Bonnie and Clyde

5. John Cassavetes, The Dirty Dozen

1966 1. Walther Matthau, The Fortune Cookie *

2. Robert Shaw, A Man for All Seasons

3. George Segal, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

4. James Mason, Georgy Girl

5. Mako, The Sand Pebbles

1965 1. Martin Balsam, A Thousand Clowns *

2. Ian Bannen, Flight of the Phoenix

3. Tom Courtenay, Doctor Zhivago

4. Frank Finlay, Othello

5. Michael Dunn, Ship of Fools

19641. John Gielgud, Becket

2. Peter Ustinov, Topkapi *

3. Stanley Holloway, My Fair Lady

4. Lee Tracy, The Best Man

5. Edmond O’Brien, Seven Days in May

1963 1. Melvyn Douglas, Hud *

2. John Huston, The Cardinal

3. Nick Adams, Twilight of Honor

4. Bobby Darin, Captain Newman, M.D.

5. Hugh Griffith, Tom Jones

1962 1. Omar Sharif, Lawrence of Arabia *

2. Telly Savalas, Birdman of Alcatraz

3. Terence Stamp, Billy Budd

4. Ed Begely, Sweet Bird of Youth

5. Victor Buono, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

1961 1. Jackie Gleason, The Hustler *

2. George C. Scott, The Hustler

3. George Chakiris, West Side Story

4. Montgomery Clift, Judgment at Nuremberg

5. Peter Falk, Pocketful of Miracles

1960 1. Jack Kruschen, The Apartment

2. Peter Ustinov, Spartacus *

3. Chill Wills, The Alamo

4. Peter Falk, Murder, Inc.

5. Sal Mineo, Exodus

1959 1. Arthur O’Connell, Anatomy of a Murder *

2. George C. Scott, Anatomy of a Murder

3. Hugh Griffith, Ben-Hur

4. Ed Wynn, The Diary of Anne Frank

5. Robert Vaughn, The Young Philadelphians

1958 1. Burl Ives, The Big Country *

2. Theodore Bikel, The Defiant Ones

3. Gig Young, Teacher’s Pet

4. Arthur Kennedy, Some Came Running

5. Lee J. Cobb, The Brothers Karamozov

1957 1. Sessue Hayakawa, The Bridge on the River Kwai *

2. Arthur Kennedy, Peyton Place

3. Vittorio de Sica, A Farewell to Arms

4. Russ Tamblyn, Peyton Place

5. Red Buttons, Sayonara

1956 1. Robert Stack, Written on the Wind *

2. Mickey Rooney, The Bold and the Brave

3. Anthony Perkins, Friendly Persuasion

4. Anthony Quinn, Lust for Life *

5. Don Murray, Bus Stop

1955 1. Jack Lemmon, Mister Roberts *

2. Joe Mantell, Marty

3. Arthur Kennedy, Trial

4. Sal Mineo, Rebel Without a Cause

5. Arthur O’Connell, Picnic

1954 1. Rod Steiger, On the Waterfront *

2.Lee J. Cobb, On the Waterfront

3. Karl Malden, On the Waterfront

4. Edmond O’Brien, The Barefoot Contessa

5. Tom Tully, The Caine Mutiny

1953 1. Robert Strauss, Stalag 17 *

2. Frank Sinatra, From Here to Eternity

3. Eddie Albert, Roman Holiday

4. Jack Palance, Shane

5. Brandon de Wilde, Shane

1952 1. Victor McLaglen, The Quiet Man *

2. Anthony Quinn, Viva Zapata!

3. Jack Palance, Sudden Fear

4. Richard Burton, My Cousin Rachel

5. Arthur Hunnicutt, The Big Sky

1951 1. Karl Malden, A Streetcar Named Desire *

2. Peter Ustinov, Quo Vadis

3. Kevin McCarthy, Death of a Salesman

4. Leo Genn, Quo Vadis

5. Gig Young, Come Fill the Gap

1950 George Sanders, All About Eve *

2. Erich von Stroheim, Sunset Boulevard

3. Jeff Chandler, Broken Arrow

4. Edmund Gwenn, Mister 880

5. Sam Jaffe, The Asphalt Jungle

1949 1. Ralph Richardson, The Heiress *

2. James Whitmore, Battleground

3. John Ireland, All the King’s Men

4. Dean Jagger, Twelve O’Clock High

5. Arthur Kennedy, Champion

1948 1. Walter Huston, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre *

2. Charles Bickford, Johnny Belinda

3. Oskar Homolka, I Remember Mama

4. Cecil Kellaway, The Luck of the Irish

5. José Ferrer, Joan of Arc

1947 1. Richard Widmark, Kiss of Death *

2. Edmund Gwenn, Miracle on 34th Street

3. Charles Bickford, The Farmer’s Daughter

4. Robert Ryan, Crossfire

5. Thomas Gomez, Ride the Pink Horse

1946 1. Charles Coburn, The Green Years

2. Claude Rains, Notorious *

3. Clifton Webb, The Razor’s Edge

4. William Demarest, The Jolson Story

5. Harold Russell, The Best Years of Our Lives

1945 1. James Dunn, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn *

2. Robert Mitchum, The Story of G.I. Joe

3. Michael Chekhov, Spellbound

4. John Dall, The Corn is Green

5. J. Carrol Naish, A Medal for Benny

1944 1. Barry Fitzgerald, Going My Way *

2. Monty Woolley, Since You Went Away

3. Clifton Webb, Laura

4. Claude Rains, Mr. Skeffington

5. Hume Cronyn, The Seventh Cross

1943 1. Claude Rains, Casablanca *

2. Charles Coburn, The More the Merrier

3. J. Carrol Naish, Sahara

4. Charles Bickford, The Song of Bernadette

5. Akim Tamiroff, For Whom the Bell Tolls

1942 1. Walter Huston, Yankee Doodle Dandy

2. Henry Travers, Mrs. Miniver

3. Frank Morgan, Tortilla Flat *

4. William Bendix, Wake Island

5. Van Heflin, Johnny Eager

1941 1. Sydney Greenstreet, The Maltese Falcon *

2. Donald Crisp, How Green Was My Valley

3. Charles Coburn, The Devil and Miss Jones

4. James Gleason, Here Comes Mr. Jordan

5. Walter Brennan, Sergeant York

1940 1. Walter Brennan, The Westerner *

2. Jack Oakie, The Great Dictator

3. Albert Basserman, Foreign Correspondent

4. James Stephenson, The Letter

5. William Gargan, They Knew What They Wanted

1939 1. Thomas Mitchell, Stagecoach *

2. Claude Rains, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

3. Harry Carey, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

4. Brian Aherne, Juarez

5. Brian Donlevy, Beau Geste

1938 1. Basil Rathbone, If I Were King *

2. Robert Morely, Marie Antoinette

3. Walter Brennan, Kentucky

4. Gene Lockhart, Algiers

5. John Garfield, Four Daughters

1937 1. Ralph Bellamy, The Awful Truth *

2. Roland Young, Topper

3. H.B. Warner, Lost Horizon

4. Joseph Schildkraut, The Life of Emile Zola

5. Thomas Mitchell, The Hurricane

1936 – 1. Mischa Auer, My Man Godfrey

2. Walter Brennan, Come and Get It *

3. Basil Rathbone, Romeo and Juliet

4. Akim Tamiroff, The General Died at Dawn

5. Stuart Erwin, Pigskin Parade


Best Supporting Actress

2013 – 1. Julia Roberts, August: Osage County

2. Lupita Nyong’o, 12 Years a Slave *

3. June Squibb, Nebraska

4. Sally Hawkins, Blue Jasmine

5. Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

2012 – 1. Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables *

2. Sally Field, Lincoln

3. Helen Hunt, The Sessions

4. Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings Playbook

5. Amy Adams, The Master

2011 – 1. Bérénice Bejo, The Artist

2. Jessica Chastain, The Help *

3. Octavia Spencer, The Help

4. Janet McTeer, Albert Nobbs

5. Melissa McCarthy, Bridesmaids

2010 1. Melissa Leo, The Fighter *

2. Hailee Steinfeld, True Grit

3. Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech

4. Amy Adams, The Fighter

5. Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom

2009 1. Anna Kendrick, Up in the Air

2. Mo’Nique, Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire *

3. Vera Farmiga, Up in the Air

4.Penélope Cruz, Nine

5. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Crazy Heart

2008 1. Amy Adams, Doubt *

2. Marisa Tomei, The Wrestler

3. Penélope Cruz, Vicky Cristina Barcelona

4. Viola Davis, Doubt

5. Taraji P. Henson, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

2007 1. Saorise Ronan, Atonement *

2. Cate Blanchett, I’m Not There

3. Amy Ryan, Gone Baby Gone

4. Ruby Dee, American Gangster

5. Tilda Swinton, Michael Clayton

2006 1. Adriana Barraza, Babel *

2. Abigail Breslin, Little Miss Sunshine

3. Rinko Kikuchi, Babel

4. Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls

5. Cate Blanchett, Notes on a Scandal

2005 1. Amy Adams, Junebug *

2. Michelle Williams, Brokeback Mountain

3. Rachel Weisz, The Constant Gardner

4. Catherine Keener, Capote

5. Frances McDormand, North Country

2004 1. Cate Blanchett, The Aviator *

2. Natalie Portman, Closer

3. Laura Linney, Kinsey

4. Sophie Okonedo, Hotel Rwanda

5. Virginia Madsen, Sideways

2003 1. Shohreh Aghdashloo, House of Sand and Fog *

2. Renée Zellweger, Cold Mountain

3. Patricia Clarkson, Pieces of April

4. Marcia Gay Harden, Mystic River

5. Holly Hunter, Thirteen

2002 1. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago *

2. Julianne Moore, The Hours

3. Meryl Streep, Adaptation.

4. Kathy Bates, About Schmidt

5. Queen Latifah, Chicago

2001 1. Jennifer Connelly, A Beautiful Mind *

2. Marisa Tomei, In the Bedroom

3. Maggie Smith, Gosford Park

4. Helen Mirren, Gosford Park

5. Kate Winslet, Iris

2000 1. Kate Hudson, Almost Famous *

2. Frances McDormand, Almost Famous

3. Judi Dench, Chocolat

4. Marcia Gay Harden, Pollock

5. Julie Walters, Billy Elliot

1999 1. Samantha Morton, Sweet and Lowdown *

2. Angelina Jolie, Girl, Interrupted

3. Chloë Sevigny, Boys Don’t Cry

4. Toni Collette, The Sixth Sense

5. Catherine Keener, Being John Malkovich

19981. Judi Dench, Shakespeare in Love *

2. Brenda Blethyn, Little Voice

3. Kathy Bates, Primary Colors

4. Lynn Redgrave, Gods and Monsters

5. Rachel Griffiths, Hilary and Jackie

1997 1. Joan Cusack, In & Out *

2. Julianne Moore, Boogie Nights

3. Minnie Driver, Good Will Hunting

4. Kim Basinger, L.A. Confidential

5. Gloria Stuart, Titanic

19961. Juliette Binoche, The English Patient *

2. Joan Allen, The Crucible

3. Barbara Hershey, The Portrait of a Lady

4. Lauren Bacall, The Mirror Has Two Faces

5. Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Secrets & Lies

19951. Mira Sorvino, Mighty Aphrodite *

2. Joan Allen, Nixon

3. Kate Winslet, Sense and Sensibility

4. Kathleen Quinlan, Apollo 13

5. Mare Winningham, Georgia

19941. Jennifer Tilly, Bullets Over Broadway *

2. Uma Thurman, Pulp Fiction

3. Dianne Wiest, Bullets Over Broadway

4. Helen Mirren, The Madness of King George

5. Rosemary Harris, Tom & Viv

19931. Emma Thompson, In the Name of the Father

2. Winona Ryder, The Age of Innocence *

3. Holly Hunter, The Firm

4. Anna Paquin, The Piano

5. Rosie Perez, Fearless

1992 1. Marisa Tomei, My Cousin Vinny *

2. Judy Davis, Husbands and Wives

3. Vanessa Redgrave, Howards End

4. Joan Plowright, Enchanted April

5. Miranda Richardson, Damage

19911. Mercedes Ruehl, The Fisher King *

2. Juliette Lewis, Cape Fear

3. Diane Ladd, Rambling Rose

4. Jessica Tandy, Fried Green Tomatoes

5. Kate Nelligan, The Prince of Tides

1990 1. Lorraine Bracco, Goodfellas *

2. Annette Bening, The Grifters

3. Whoopi Goldberg, Ghost

4. Diane Ladd, Wild at Heart

5. Mary McDonnell, Dances with Wolves

1989 1. Brenda Fricker, My Left Foot *

2. Dianne Wiest, Parenthood

3. Julia Roberts, Steel Magnolias

4. Lena Olin, Enemies, A Love Story

5. Anjelica Huston, Enemies, A Love Story

1988 1. Frances McDormand, Mississippi Burning

2. Michelle Pfeiffer, Dangerous Liaisons *

3. Geena Davis, The Accidental Tourist

4. Sigourney Weaver, Working Girl

5. Joan Cusack, Working Girl

1987 1. Anne Ramsey, Throw Momma From the Train *

2. Olympia Dukakis, Moonstruck

3. Anne Archer, Fatal Attraction

4. Norma Aleandro, Gaby: A True Story

5. Ann Sothern, The Whales of August

1986 1. Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, The Color of Money *

2. Piper Laurie, Children of a Lesser God

4. Dianne Wiest, Hannah and Her Sisters

3. Maggie Smith, A Room with a View

5. Tess Harper, Crimes of the Heart

1985 1. Meg Tilly, Agnes of God *

2. Oprah Winfrey, The Color Purple

3. Anjelica Huston, Prizzi’s Honor

4. Amy Madigan, Twice in a Lifetime

5. Margaret Avery, The Color Purple

1984 1. Glenn Close, The Natural *

2. Geraldine Page, The Pope of Greenwich Village

3. Peggy Ashcroft, A Passage to India

4. Christine Lahti, Swing Shift

5. Lindsay Crouse, Places in the Heart

1983 1. Linda Hunt, The Year of Living Dangerously *

2. Glenn Close, The Big Chill

3. Amy Irving, Yentl

4. Alfre Woodard, Cross Creek

5. Cher, Silkwood

1982 1. Glenn Close, The World According to Garp *

2. Teri Garr, Tootsie

3. Jessica Lange, Tootsie

4. Lesley Ann Warren, Victor Victoria

5. Kim Stanley, Frances

1981 1. Jane Fonda, On Golden Pond *

2. Joan Hackett, Only When I Laugh

3. Elizabeth McGovern, Ragtime

4. Maureen Stapleton, Reds

5. Melinda Dillon, Absence of Malice

1980 1. Cathy Moriarty, Raging Bull *

2. Eileen Brennan, Private Benjamin

2. Mary Steenburgen, Melvin and Howard

4. Diana Scarwid, Inside Moves

5. Eva Le Gallienne, Resurrection

1979 1. Meryl Streep, Kramer vs. Kramer *

2. Jane Alexander, Kramer vs. Kramer

3. Barbara Barrie, Breaking Away

4. Candice Bergen, Starting Over

5. Mariel Hemingway, Manhattan

1978 1. Meryl Streep, The Deer Hunter

2. Maggie Smith, California Suite *

3. Dyan Cannon, Heaven Can Wait

4. Penelope Milford, Coming Home

5. Maureen Stapleton, Interiors

1977 1. Quinn Cummings, The Goodbye Girl *

2. Vanessa Redgrave, Julia

3. Tuesday Weld, Looking for Mr. Goodbar

4. Leslie Browne, The Turning Point

5. Melinda Dillon, Close Encounters of the Third Kind

1976 1.Jodie Foster, Taxi Driver *

2. Beatrice Straight, Network

3. Jane Alexander, All the President’s Men

4. Piper Laurie, Carrie

5. Lee Grant, Voyage of the Damned

1975 1. Lee Grant, Shampoo *

2. Sylvia Miles, Farewell, My Lovely

3. Ronnee Blakley, Nashville

4. Lily Tomlin, Nashville

5. Brenda Vaccaro, Jacqueline Susan’s Once Is Not Enough

1974 1. Talia Shire, The Godfather Part II *

2. Madeline Kahn, Blazing Saddles

3. Diane Ladd, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

4. Ingrid Bergman, Murder on the Orient Express

5. Valentina Cortese, Day for Night

1973 1. Tatum O’Neal, Paper Moon *

2. Linda Blair, The Exorcist

3. Madeline Kahn, Paper Moon

4. Candy Clark, American Graffiti

5. Sylvia Sydney, Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

1972 1. Shelley Winters, The Poseidon Adventure

2. Jeannie Berlin, The Heartbreak Kid *

3. Eileen Heckart, Butterflies are Free

4. Geraldine Page, Pete ‘n’ Tillie

5. Susan Tyrell, Fat City

1971 1. Ann-Margret, Carnal Knowledge *

2. Ellen Burstyn, The Last Picture Show

3. Barbara Harris, Who is Harry Kellerman and Why is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?

4. Cloris Leachman, The Last Picture Show

5. Margaret Leighton, The Go-Between

1970 1. Helen Hayes, Airport *

2. Lee Grant, The Landlord

3. Sally Kellerman, MASH

4. Maureen Stapleton, Airport

5. Karen Black, Five Easy Pieces

1969 1. Goldie Hawn, Cactus Flower *

2. Catherine Burns, Last Summer 

3. Dyan Cannon, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

4. Susannah York, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

5. Sylvia Miles, Midnight Cowboy

1968 1. Sondra Locke, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter *

2. Ruth Gordon, Rosemary’s Baby

3. Lynn Carlin, Faces

4. Estelle Parsons, Rachel, Rachel

5. Kay Medford, Funny Girl

1967 1. Estelle Parsons, Bonnie and Clyde *

2. Katharine Ross, The Graduate

3. Carol Channing, Thoroughly Modern Millie

4. Beah Richards, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

5. Mildred Natwick, Barefoot in the Park

1966 1. Sandy Dennis, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? *

2. Wendy Hiller, A Man for All Seasons

3. Jocelyne LaGarde, Hawaii

4. Vivien Merchant, Alfie

5. Geraldine Page, You’re a Big Boy Now

1965 1. Shelley Winters, A Patch of Blue *

2. Ruth Gordon, Inside Daisy Clover

3. Maggie Smith, Othello

4. Joyce Redman, Othello

5. Peggy Wood, The Sound of Music

1964 1. Agnes Moorehead, Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte *

2. Gladys Cooper, My Fair Lady

3. Lila Kedrova, Zorba the Greek

4. Grayson Hall, The Night of the Iguana

5. Edith Evans, The Chalk Garden

1963 1. Margaret Rutherford, The V.I.P.s *

2. Joyce Redman, Tom Jones

3. Diane Cilento, Tom Jones

4. Edith Evans, Tom Jones

5. Lilia Skala, Lilies of the Field

1962 1. Mary Badham, To Kill a Mockingbird *

2. Patty Duke, The Miracle Worker

3. Angela Lansbury, The Manchurian Candidate

4. Thelma Ritter, Birdman of Alcatraz

5. Shirley Knight, Sweet Bird of Youth

1961 1. Rita Moreno, West Side Story

2. Judy Garland, Judgment at Nuremberg *

3. Fay Bainter, The Children’s Hour

4. Lotte Lenya, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

5. Una Merkel, Summer and Smoke

1960 1. Janet Leigh, Psycho *

2. Shirley Jones, Elmer Gantry

3. Glynis Johns, The Sundowners

4. Mary Ure, Sons and Lovers

5. Shirley Knight, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs

1959 1. Susan Kohner, Imitation of Life *

2. Juanita Moore, Imitation of Life

3. Shelley Winters, The Diary of Anne Frank

4. Thelma Ritter, Pillow Talk

5. Hermione Baddeley, Room at the Top

1958 1. Cara Williams, The Defiant Ones

2. Wendy Hiller, Separate Tables *

3. Peggy Cass, Auntie Mame

4. Martha Hyer, Some Came Running

5. Maureen Stapleton, Lonelyhearts

1957 – 1. Hope Lange, Peyton Place *

2. Elsa Lanchester, Witness for Prosecution

3. Diane Varsi, Peyton Place

4. Carolyn Jones, The Bachelor Party

5. Miyoshi Umeki, Sayonara

1956 1. Dorothy Malone, Written on the Wind *

2. Patty McCormack, The Bad Seed

3. Mildred Dunnock, Baby Doll

4. Eileen Heckart, The Bad Seed

5. Mercedes McCambridge, Giant

1955 1. Betsy Blair, Marty *

2. Natalie Wood, Rebel Without a Cause

3. Jo Van Fleet, East of Eden

4. Marisa Pavan, The Rose Tattoo

5. Peggy Lee, Pete Kelly’s Blues

1954 1. Eva Marie Saint, On the Waterfront *

2. Katy Jurado, Broken Lance

3. Nina Foch, Executive Suite

4. Jan Sterling, The High and the Mighty

5. Claire Trevor, The High and the Mighty

1953 1. Grace Kelly, Mogambo

2. Donna Reed, From Here to Eternity *

3. Thelma Ritter, Pickup on South Street

4. Geraldine Page, Hondo

5. Marjorie Rambeau, Torch Song

1952 – 1. Jean Hagen, Singin’ in the Rain *

2. Gloria Grahame, The Bad and the Beautiful

3. Collette Marchand, Moulin Rouge

4. Terry Moore, Come Back, Little Sheba

5. Thelma Ritter, With a Song in My Heart

1951 1. Kim Hunter, A Streetcar Named Desire *

2. Lee Grant, Detective Story

3. Thelma Ritter, The Mating Season

4. Mildred Dunnock, Death of a Salesman

5. Joan Blondell, The Blue Veil

1950 1. Josephine Hull, Harvey *

2. Celeste Holm, All About Eve

3. Nancy Olson, Sunset Boulevard

4. Hope Emerson, Caged

5. Thelma Ritter, All About Eve

1949 1. Mercedes McCambridge, All the King’s Men *

2. Ethel Waters, Pinky

3. Ethel Barrymore, Pinky

4. Celeste Holm, Come to the Stable

5. Elsa Lanchester, Come to the Stable

1948 1. Agnes Moorehead, Johnny Belinda *

2. Barbara Bel Geddes, I Remember Mama

3. Ellen Corby, I Remember Mama

4. Claire Trevor, Key Largo

5. Jean Simmons, Hamlet

1947 1. Celeste Holm, Gentleman’s Agreement *

2. Gloria Grahame, Crossfire

3. Anne Revere, Gentleman’s Agreement

4. Ethel Barrymore, The Paradine Case

5. Marjorie Mann, The Egg and I

1946 1. Anne Baxter, The Razor’s Edge *

2. Lillian Gish, Duel in the Sun

3. Gale Sondergaard, Anna and the King of Siam

4. Ethel Barrymore, The Spiral Staircase

5. Flora Robson, Saratoga Trunk

1945 1. Anne Revere, National Velvet *

2. Ann Blyth, Mildred Pierce

3. Eve Arden, Mildred Pierce

4. Joan Lorring, The Corn is Green

5. Angela Lansbury, The Picture of Dorian Gray

19441. Jennifer Jones, Since You Went Away

2. Agnes Moorhead, Mrs. Parkington *

3. Angela Lansbury, Gaslight

4. Aline MacMahon, Dragon Seed

5. Ethel Barrymore, None But the Lonely Heart

1943 1. Paulette Goddard, So Proudly We Hail *

2. Katina Paxinou, For Whom the Bell Tolls

3. Anne Revere, The Song of Bernadette

4. Gladys Cooper, The Song of Bernadette

5. Lucile Watson, Watch on the Rhine

1942 1. Teresa Wright, Mrs. Miniver

2. Agnes Moorehead, The Magnificent Ambersons *

3. Gladys Cooper, Now, Voyager

4. Dame Mae Whitty, Mrs. Miniver

5. Susan Peters, Random Harvest

1941 – 1. Margaret Wycherly, Sergeant York

2. Sara Allgood, How Green Was My Valley

3. Mary Astor, The Great Lie *

4. Teresa Wright, The Little Foxes

5. Patricia Collinge, The Little Foxes

1940 1. Jane Darwell, The Grapes of Wrath

1. Judith Anderson, Rebecca *

3. Ruth Hussey, The Philadelphia Story

4. Barbara O’Neil, All This and Heaven Too

5. Marjorie Rambeau, Primrose Path

1939 – 1. Olivia de Havilland, Gone With the Wind

2. Hattie McDaniel, Gone With the Wind *

3. Geraldine Fitzgerald, Wuthering Heights

4. Edna May Oliver, Drums Along the Mohawk

5. Maria Ouspenskaya, Love Affair

1938 – 1. Spring Byington, You Can’t Take It with You

2. Beulah Bondi, Of Human Hearts *

3. Fay Bainter, Jezebel

4. Billie Burke, Merrily We Live

5. Miliza Korjus, The Great Waltz

1937 1. Andrea Leeds, Stage Door *

2. Anne Shirley, Stella Dallas

3. Alice Brady, In Old Chicago

4. Dame Mae Whitty, Night Must Full

5. Claire Trevor, Dead End

1936 1. Alice Brady, My Man Godfrey *

2. Beulah Bondi, The Gorgeous Hussy

3. Bonita Granville, These Three

4. Gale Sondergaard, Anthony Adverse

5. Maria Ouspenskaya, Dodsworth


Best Director

2013 – 1. Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity *

2. Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave

3. Martin Scorsese, The Wolf of Wall Street

4. David O. Russell, American Hustle

5. Alexander Payne, Nebraska

2012 – 1. Ang Lee, Life of Pi *

2. Steven Spielberg, Lincoln

3. David O. Russell, Silver Linings Playbook

4. Benh Zeitlin, Beasts of the Southern Wild

5. Michael Haneke, Amour

2011  1. Martin Scorsese, Hugo *

2. Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist

3. Terrence Malick, The Tree of Life

4. Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris

5. Alexander Payne, The Descendants

2010 1. Joel & Ethan Coen, True Grit

2. David Fincher, The Social Network *

3. Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan

4. David O. Russell, The Fighter

5. Tom Hooper, The King’s Speech

2009 1. Quentin Tarantino, Inglourious Basterds *

2. James Cameron, Avatar

3. Kathryn Bigelow, The Hurt Locker

4. Jason Reitman, Up in the Air

5. Lee Daniels, Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” by Sapphire

2008 1. Danny Boyle, Slumdog Millionaire *

2. David Fincher, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

3. Gus Van Sant, Milk

4. Ron Howard, Frost/Nixon

5. Stephen Daldry, The Reader

2007 1. Paul Thomas Anderson, There Will Be Blood *

2. Joel & Ethan Coen, No Country for Old Men

3. Julian Schnabel, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

4. Tony Gilroy, Michael Clayton

5. Jason Reitman, Juno

2006 1. Martin Scorsese, The Departed *

2. Clint Eastwood, Letters from Iwo Jima

3. Alexander Gonzalez Iñárritu, Babel

4. Paul Greengrass, United 93

5. Stephen Frears, The Queen

2005 1. Steven Spielberg, Munich

2. George Clooney, Good Night, and Good Luck

3. Ang Lee, Brokeback Mountain *

4. Paul Haggis, Crash

5. Bennett Miller, Capote

2004 1. Martin Scorsese, The Aviator *

2. Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby

3. Taylor Hackford, Ray

4. Marc Forster, Finding Neverland

5. Alexander Payne, Sideways

2003 1. Peter Jackson, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King *

2. Peter Weir, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

3. Sofia Coppola, Lost in Translation

4. Fernando Meirelles, City of God

5. Clint Eastwood, Mystic River

2002 1. Martin Scorsese, Gangs of New York *

2. Rob Marshall, Chicago

3. Roman Polanski, The Pianist

4. Pedro Almodóvar, Talk to Her

5. Stephen Daldry, The Hours

2001 1. Peter Jackson, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring *

2. David Lynch, Mulholland Drive

3. Ridley Scott, Black Hawk Down

4. Ron Howard, A Beautiful Mind

5. Robert Altman, Gosford Park

2000 1. Ridley Scott, Gladiator *

2. Steven Soderbergh, Traffic

3. Ang Lee, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

4. Steven Soderbergh, Erin Brockovich

5. Stephen Daldry, Billy Elliot

1999 1. Sam Mendes, American Beauty *

2. Michael Mann, The Insider

3. Spike Jonze, Being John Malkovich

4. M. Night Shyamalan, The Sixth Sense

5. Lasse Hallström, The Cider House Rules

1998 1. Steven Spielberg, Saving Private Ryan *

2. Terrence Malick, The Thin Red Line

3. John Madden, Shakespeare in Love

4. Peter Weir, The Truman Show

5. Roberto Benigni, Life is Beautiful

1997 1. Gus Hanson, L.A. Confidential

2. James Cameron, Titanic *

3. Gus Van Sant, Good Will Hunting

4. Atom Egoyan, The Sweet Hereafter

5. Peter Cattaneo, The Full Monty

19961. Joel & Ethan Coen, Fargo *

2. Anthony Minghella, The English Patient

3. Miloš Forman, The People vs. Larry Flynt

4. Scott Hicks, Shine

5. Mike Leigh, Secrets and Lies

1995 1. Mel Gibson, Braveheart *

2. Chris Noonan, Babe

3. Mike Figgis, Leaving Las Vegas

4. Michael Radford, Il Postino

5. Tim Robbins, Dead Man Walking

1994 1. Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction *

2. Robert Zemeckis, Forrest Gump

3. Robert Redford, Quiz Show

4. Krystof Kieślowski, Three Colors: Red

5. Woody Allen, Bullets Over Broadway

1993 1. Steven Spielberg, Schindler’s List *

2. Jim Sheridan, In the Name of the Father

3. Jane Campion, The Piano

4. James Ivory, The Remains of the Day

5. Robert Altman, Short Cuts

1992 1. Clint Eastwood, Unforgiven *

2. Martin Brest, Scent of a Woman

3. Robert Altman, The Player

4. James Ivory, Howards End

5. Neil Jordan, The Crying Game

1991 1. Jonathan Demme, The Silence of the Lambs *

2. Oliver Stone, JFK

3. John Singleton, Boyz n the Hood

4. Barry Levinson, Bugsy

5. Ridley Scott, Thelma and Louise

1990 1. Martin Scorsese, Goodfellas *

2.Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather Part III

3. Kevin Costner, Dances with Wolves

4. Stephen Frears, The Grifters

5. Barbet Schroeder, Reversal of Fortune

1989 1. Jim Sheridan, My Left Foot *

2. Oliver Stone, Born on the Fourth of July

3. Kenneth Branagh, Henry V

4. Peter Weir, Dead Poet’s Society

5. Woody Allen, Crimes and Misdemeanors

19881. Martin Scorsese, The Last Temptation of Christ *

2. Alan Parker, Mississippi Burning

3. Barry Levinson, Rain Man

4. Charles Crichton, A Fish Called Wanda

5. Mike Nichols, Working Girl

1987 1. John Boorman, Hope and Glory *

2. Bernardo Bertolucci, The Last Emperor

3. Adrian Lyne, Fatal Attraction

4. Lasse Hallström, My Life as a Dog

5. Norman Jewison, Moonstruck

19861. Oliver Stone, Platoon *

2. David Lynch, Blue Velvet

3. Roland Joffé, The Mission

4. James Ivory, A Room with a View

5. Woody Allen, Hannah and Her Sisters

1985 – 1. Akira Kurosawa, Ran *

2. Sydney Pollack, Out of Africa

3. Héctor Babenco, Kiss of the Spider Woman

4. Peter Weir, Witness

5. John Huston, Prizzi’s Honor

1984 1. Miloš Forman, Amadeus *

2. Roland Joffé, The Killing Fields

3. Robert Benton, Places in the Heart

4. David Lean, A Passage to India

5. Woody Allen, Broadway Danny Rose

1983 James L. Brooks, Terms of Endearment *

2. Mike Nichols, Silkwood

3. Ingmar Bergman, Fanny and Alexander

4. Peter Yates, The Dresser

5. Bruce Beresford, Tender Mercies

1982 1. Wolfgang Petersen, Das Boot *

2. Richard Attenborough, Gandhi

3. Sidney Lumet, The Verdict

4. Steven Spielberg, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

5. Sydney Pollack, Tootsie

1981 1. Steven Spielberg, Raiders of the Lost Ark *

2. Warren Beatty, Reds

3. Mark Rydell, On Golden Pond

4. Louis Malle, Atlantic City

5. Hugh Hudson, Chariots of Fire

1980 1. Martin Scorsese, Raging Bull *

2. David Lynch, The Elephant Man

3. Richard Rush, The Stunt Man

4. Robert Redford, Ordinary People

5. Roman Polanski, Tess

19791. Francis Ford Coppola, Apocalypse Now *

2. Bob Fosse, All That Jazz

3. Robert Benton, Kramer vs. Kramer

4. Peter Yates, Breaking Away

5. Édouard Molinaro, La Cage aux Folles

1978 1. Michael Cimino, The Deer Hunter *

2. Alan Parker, Midnight Express

3. Warren Beatty & Buck Henry, Heaven Can Wait

4. Hal Ashby, Coming Home

5. Woody Allen, Interiors

1977 1. George Lucas, Star Wars *

2. Steven Spielberg, Close Encounters of the Third Kind

3. Woody Allen, Annie Hall

4. Fred Zinnemann, Julia

5. Herbert Ross, The Turning Point

19761. John G. Avildsen, Rocky

2. Alan J. Pakula, All the President’s Men

3. Sidney Lumet, Network *

4. Lina Wertmüller, Seven Beauties

5. Ingmar Bergman, Face to Face

1975 1. Sidney Lumet, Dog Day Afternoon *

2. Stanley Kubrick, Barry Lyndon

3. Miloš Forman, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest

4. Robert Altman, Nashville

5. Federico Fellini, Amarcord

19741. Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather Part II *

2. Roman Polanski, Chinatown

3. Bob Fosse, Lenny

4. John Cassavetes, A Woman Under the Influence

5. François Truffaut, Day for Night

1973 1. George Roy Hill, The Sting *

2. William Friedkin, The Exorcist

3. George Lucas, American Graffiti

4. Bernardo Bertolucci, Last Tango in Paris

5. Ingmar Bergman, Cries and Whispers

1972 1. Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather *

2. John Boorman, Deliverance

3. Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Sleuth

4. Bob Fosse, Cabaret

5. Jan Troell, The Emigrants

1971 1. William Friedkin, The French Connection *

2. Stanley Kubrick, A Clockwork Orange

3. Peter Bogdanovich, The Last Picture Show

4. Norman Jewison, Fiddler on the Roof

5. John Schlesinger, Sunday Bloody Sunday

1970 1. Arthur Hiller, Love Story

2. Franklin J. Schaffner, Patton *

3. Robert Altman, MASH

4. Federico Fellini, Satyricon

5. Ken Russell, Women in Love

19691. George Roy Hill, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid *

2. John Schlesinger, Midnight Cowboy

3. Sydney Pollack, They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

4. Arthur Penn, Alice’s Restaurant

5. Costa Gavras, Z

1968 1. Stanley Kubrick, 2001: A Space Odyssey *

2. Carol Reed, Oliver!

3. Franco Zeffirelli, Romeo and Juliet

4. Anthony Harvey, The Lion in Winter

5. Gillo Pontecorvo, The Battle of Algiers

1967 1. Mike Nichols, The Graduate *

2. Arthur Penn, Bonnie and Clyde

3. Stanley Kramer, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

4. Richard Brooks, In Cold Blood

5. Norman Jewison, In the Heat of the Night

19661. Mike Nichols, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? *

2. Michelanelo Antonioni, Blowup

3. Fred Zinnemann, A Man for All Seasons

4. Richard Brooks, The Professionals

5. Claude Lelouch, A Man and a Woman

1965 1. John Schlesinger, Darling *

2. Robert Wise, The Sound of Music

3. David Lean, Doctor Zhivago

4. Hiroshi Teshigahara, Woman in the Dunes

5. William Wyler, The Collector

1964 1. Stanley Kubrick, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb *

2. George Cukor, My Fair Lady

3. Robert Stevenson, Mary Poppins

4. Michael Cacoyannis, Zorba the Greek

5. Peter Glenville, Becket

1963 1. Federico Fellini, *

2. Elia Kazan, America, America

3. Otto Preminger, The Cardinal

4. Tony Richardson, Tom Jones

5. Martin Ritt, Hud

1962 1. David Lean, Lawrence of Arabia *

2. Robert Mulligan, To Kill a Mockingbird

3. Arthur Penn, The Miracle Worker

4. Frank Perry, David and Lisa

5. Pietro Germi, Divorce, Italian Style

1961 1. Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, West Side Story *

2. Federico Fellini, La Dolce Vita

3. Robert Rossen, The Hustler

4. Stanley Kramer, Judgment at Nuremberg

5. J. Lee Thompson, The Guns of Navarone

19601. Alfred Hitchcock, Psycho *

2. Billy Wilder, The Apartment

3. Fred Zinnemann, The Sundowners

4. Jack Cardiff, Sons and Lovers

5. Jules Dassin, Never on Sunday

1959 1. William Wyler, Ben-Hur *

2. Billy Wilder, Some Like It Hot

3. George Stevens, The Diary of Anne Frank

4. Fred Zinnemann, The Nun’s Story

5. Jack Clayton, Room at the Top

19581. Vincente Minnelli, Gigi *

2. Stanley Kramer, The Defiant Ones

3. Richard Brooks, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

4. Mark Robson, The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

5. Robert Wise, I Want to Live!

1957 1. David Lean, The Bridge on the River Kwai *

2. Sidney Lumet, 12 Angry Men

3. Billy Wilder, Witness for the Prosecution

4. Mark Robson, Peyton Place

5. Joshua Logan, Sayonara

1956 – 1. George Stevens, Giant *

2. King Vidor, War and Peace

3. Michael Anderson, Around the World in 80 Days

4. Walter Long, The King and I

5. William Wyler, Friendly Persuasion

19551. Delbert Mann, Marty

2. Elia Kazan, East of Eden

3. John Sturges, Bad Day at Black Rock *

4. David Lean, Summertime

5. Joshua Logan, Picnic

1954 1. Elia Kazan, On the Waterfront *

2. Alfred Hitchcock, Rear Window

3. George Seaton, The Country Girl

4. Billy Wilder, Sabrina

5. William A. Wellman, The High and the Mighty

1953 1. William Wyler, Roman Holiday

2. Charles Walters, Lili

3. Billy Wilder, Stalag 17

4. Fred Zinnemann, From Here to Eternity *

5. George Stevens, Shane

19521. Fred Zinnemann, High Noon *

2. John Ford, The Quiet Man

3. Cecil B. DeMille, The Greatest Show on Earth

4. John Huston, Moulin Rouge

5. Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 5 Fingers

1951 1. John Huston, The African Queen *

2. Elia Kazan, A Streetcar Named Desire

3. Vincente Minnelli, An American in Paris

4. George Stevens, A Place in the Sun

5. William Wyler, Detective Story

19501. Carol Reed, The Third Man *

2. Billy Wilder, Sunset Boulevard

3. Joseph L. Mankiewicz, All About Eve

4. John Huston, The Asphalt Jungle

5. George Cukor, Born Yesterday

19491. William A. Wellman, Battleground *

2. Carol Reed, The Fallen Idol

3. Robert Rossen, All the King’s Men

4. William Wyler, The Heiress

5. Joseph L. Mankiewicz, A Letter to Three Wives

19481. John Huston, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre *

2. Jean Negulesco, Johnny Belinda

3. Anatole Litvak, The Snake Pit

4. Laurence Olivier, Hamlet

5. Fred Zinnemann, The Search

1947 1. David Lean, Great Expectations

2. Elia Kazan, Gentleman’s Agreement *

3. Edward Dmytryk, Crossfire

4. George Cukor, A Double Life

5. Henry Koster, The Bishop’s Wife

1946 1. David Lean, Brief Encounter *

2. Frank Capra, It’s a Wonderful Life

3. William Wyler, The Best Years of Our Lives

4. Clarence Brown, The Yearling

5. Robert Siodmak, The Killers

1945 1. Clarence Brown, National Velvet

2. Billy Wilder, The Lost Weekend *

3. Leo McCarey, The Bells of St. Mary’s

4. Alfred Hitchcock, Spellbound

5. Jean Renoir, The Southerner

1944 1. Billy Wilder, Double Indemnity *

2. Alfred Hitchcock, Lifeboat

3. Leo McCarey, Going My Way

4. Otto Preminger, Laura

5. Henry King, Wilson

1943 1. Michael Curtiz, Casablanca *

2. George Stevens, The More the Merrier

3. Ernst Lubitsch, Heaven Can Wait

4. Henry King, The Song of Bernadette

5. Clarence Brown, The Human Comedy

1942 1. William Wyler, Mrs. Miniver *

2. Michael Curtiz, Yankee Doodle Dandy

3. John Farrow, Wake Island

4. Mervyn LeRoy, Random Harvest

5. Sam Wood, Kings Row

1941 1. Orson Welles, Citizen Kane *

2. John Ford, How Green Was My Valley

3. Howard Hawks, Sergeant York

4. Alexander Hall, Here Comes Mr. Jordan

5. William Wyler, The Little Foxes

1940 1. John Ford, The Grapes of Wrath *

2. Alfred Hitchcock, Rebecca

3. Sam Wood, Kitty Foyle

4. George Cukor, The Philadelphia Story

5. William Wyler, The Letter

1939 1. Victor Fleming, Gone With the Wind *

2. Frank Capra, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

3. John Ford, Stagecoach

4. William Wyler, Wuthering Heights

5. Sam Wood, Goodbye, Mr. Chips

1938 1. Frank Capra, You Can’t Take It With You

2. Michael Curtiz, Angels with Dirty Faces *

3. King Vidor, The Citadel

4. Norman Taurog, Boys Town

5. Michael Curtiz, Four Daughters

1937 1. William A. Wellman, A Star Is Born

2. Leo McCarey, The Awful Truth *

3. Sidney Franklin, The Good Earth

4. Gregory La Cava, Stage Door

5. William Dieterle, The Life of Emile Zola

1936 1. W. S. Van Dyke, San Francisco *

2. Robert Z. Leonard, The Great Ziegfeld

3. William Wyler, Dodsworth

4. Frank Capra, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town

5. Gregory La Cava, My Man Godfrey

1935 1. John Ford, The Informer *

2. Frank Lloyd, Mutiny on the Bounty

3. Michael Curtiz, Captain Blood (write-in)

4. Henry Hathaway, The Lives of a Bengal Lancer

1934 1. W. S. Van Dyke, The Thin Man *

2. Frank Capra, It Happened One Night

3. Victor Schertzinger, One Night of Love

1932- 1933 1. Frank Lloyd, Cavalcade *

2. George Cukor, Little Women

3. Frank Capra, Lady for a Day

1931-1932 1. Frank Borzage, Bad Girl *

2. Josef von Sternberg, Shanghai Express

3. King Vidor, The Champ

1930-1931 1. Norman Taurog, Skippy *

2. Wesley Ruggles Cimarron

3. Josef von Sternberg, Morocco

4. Lewis Milestone, The Front Page

5. Clarence Brown, A Free Soul

1929-1930 1. Lewis Milestone, All Quiet on the Western Front *

2. Ernst Lubitsch, The Love Parade

3. King Vidor, Hallelujah

4. Clarence Brown, Anna Christie & Romance

5. Robert Z. Leonard, The Divorcée

1928-1929 – 1. Frank Lloyd, Weary River *

2. Frank Lloyd, The Divine Lady

3. Harry Beaumont, The Broadway Melody

4. Irving Cummings, In Old Arizona

5. Lionel Barrymore, Madame X

6. Frank Lloyd, Drag

7. Ernst Lubitsch, The Patriot (LOST) *

1927-1928, Comedy 1. Lewis Milestone, Two Arabian Nights *

2. Ted Wilde, Speedy

1927-1928, Dramatic  1. Frank Borzage, Seventh Heaven *

2. King Vidor, The Crowd

3. Herbert Brenon, Sorrell and Son

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