8.11.2008

VOTE: SEPTEMBER's Supporting Actress Sundays!

It's that time again, lovely reader - time for you to determine SEPTEMBER's roster of Supporting Actresses. As you'll note, this month's options reflect some of the most revered, most beloved, and most controversial nominees ever -- in short, Supporting Actress Rosters that y'all indicated you were dying to talk about. And now the choice is yours. So, lovely constituents...

What year deserves the focus
for SEPTEMBER's month of
Supporting Actress Sundays?
1937: Alice Brady in In Old Chicago, Andrea Leeds in Stage Door, Anne Shirley in Stella Dallas, Claire Trevor in Dead End, May Whitty in Night Must Fall.
1952: Gloria Grahame in The Bad and the Beautiful, Jean Hagen in Singin' In The Rain, Colette Marchand in Moulin Rouge, Terry Moore in Come Back, Little Sheba, Thelma Ritter in With a Song in My Heart.
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.
1969: Catherine Burns in Last Summer, Dyan Cannon in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, Goldie Hawn in Cactus Flower, Sylvia Miles in Midnight Cowboy, Susannah York in They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
1984: Peggy Ashcroft in A Passage to India, Glenn Close in The Natural, Lindsay Crouse in Places in the Heart, Christine Lahti in Swing Shift, Geraldine Page in The Pope of Greenwich Village.
1992: Judy Davis in Husbands and Wives, Joan Plowright in Enchanted April, Vanessa Redgrave in Howard's End, Miranda Richardson in Damage, Marisa Tomei in My Cousin Vinny.
2005: Amy Adams in Junebug, Catherine Keener in Capote, Frances McDormand in North Country, Michelle Williams in Brokeback Mountain, Rachel Weisz in The Constant Gardener.
Let your voice be heard by voting in the column at right or HERE.

7 comments:

Joe Reid said...

Oh, man. This one's gonna be fantastic. I'm (not) secretly pulling for '92 or '69.

Alex in Movieland said...

I'm hoping for 2005 or 1992, as I doubt 1959 will get any serious love. :P
maybe we'll reach some common ground.

Ortzi said...

1992 has to win. It has one of the best lineups in recent history (Tomei included), and the most shocking win in history. This deserves a comment.

Jason said...

Ruh roh. I said I'd start a blog if I ever had the chance to Smack 1992. But the Olympics are on!

Alfred Soto said...

1992! Anything that gives me a chance to read (and maybe write) about Judy Davis.

whip-smart said...

I voted for 1969, but I don't think anything can stop 1992 from winning this poll. It's an interesting year so I don't mind too much, lol.

Slayton said...

Once again, the lead goes to the LEAST interesting year on this list - 1984. I wonder if the same person who spam-voted for 1949 is voting for this year?