4.09.2007

VOTE: May's Supporting Actress Sundays

It's that time again -- the second Monday of the month. And even though the profiles for 1985 have barely begun, it's time to start anticipating May's adventures. So whaddaya think?

What year deserves the focus
for MAY's month of
Supporting Actress Sundays?



Your nominees for May are:
  • 1941: Sara Allgood in How Green Was My Valley, Mary Astor in The Great Lie, Patricia Collinge in The Little Foxes, Teresa Wright in The Little Foxes, Margaret Wycherly in Sergeant York
  • 1950: Hope Emerson in Caged, Celeste Holm in All About Eve, Josephine Hull in Harvey, Nancy Olson in Sunset Boulevard, Thelma Ritter in All About Eve
  • 1959: Hermione Baddeley in Room at the Top, Susan Kohner in Imitation of Life, Juanita Moore in Imitation of Life, Thelma Ritter in Pillow Talk, Shelley Winters in The Diary of Anne Frank
  • 1968: Lynn Carlin in Faces, Ruth Gordon in Rosemary's Baby, Sondra Locke in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, Kay Medford in Funny Girl, Estelle Parsons in Rachel, Rachel
  • 1977: Leslie Browne in The Turning Point, Quinn Cummings in The Goodbye Girl, Melinda Dillon in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Vanessa Redgrave in Julia, Tuesday Weld in Looking for Mr. Goodbar
  • 1986: Tess Harper in Crimes of the Heart, Piper Laurie in Children of a Lesser God, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in The Color of Money, Maggie Smith in A Room with a View, Dianne Wiest in Hannah and Her Sisters
  • 1995: Joan Allen in Nixon, Kathleen Quinlan in Apollo 13, Mira Sorvino in Mighty Aphrodite, Mare Winningham in Georgia, Kate Winslet in Sense and Sensibility
The choice is yours...

Let your voice be heard in the voting column at right.

2 comments:

JS said...

wow, except for 1950, each of the other years has one actress that I like and one actress/movie that I hate. =/

NATHANIEL R said...

i'm all about 1977 this time and i hope others will be too.

it would coincide nicely with the sure-to-be hopping blog-a-thon for starwars 30th anniversary and make May a real 30 years ago with Oscar celebration