11.13.2008

VOTE: DECEMBER's Supporting Actress Sundays!

At long last, I've finally gotten it together to commence voting for December's month of Supporting Actress Sundays. In this roster, you'll see a collection of "runner ups" and "special request" to round out our year of Supporting Actress Sundays. So, lovely reader, take your pick...

What year deserves the focus
for DECEMBER'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.
1945: Eve Arden in Mildred Pierce, Ann Blyth in Mildred Pierce, Angela Lansbury in The Picture of Dorian Gray, Joan Lorring in The Corn Is Green, Anne Revere in National Velvet.
1956: Mildred Dunnock in Baby Doll, Eileen Heckart in The Bad Seed, Dorothy Malone in Written on the Wind, Mercedes McCambridge in Giant, Patty McCormack in The Bad Seed.
1960: Glynis Johns in The Sundowners, Shirley Jones in Elmer Gantry, Shirley Knight in The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, Janet Leigh in Psycho, Mary Ure in Sons and Lovers.
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.
1983: Cher in Silkwood, Glenn Close in The Big Chill, Linda Hunt in The Year of Living Dangerously, Amy Irving in Yentl, Alfre Woodard in Cross Creek.
1998: Kathy Bates in Primary Colors, Brenda Blethyn in Little Voice, Judi Dench in Shakespeare in Love, Rachel Griffiths in Hilary and Jackie, Lynn Redgrave in Gods and Monsters.
Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in the column at right...
or by clicking HERE.

6 comments:

Alex in Movieland said...

Kathy Bates in Primary Colors?? :D [miniorgasm]. 1998 is a great choice, although I'd vote for 56 too.

Shaun said...

Lulu ~ A divine selection - they're all wonderful, and I voted for `98. If you need any extra hands for December, let me know. My partner and I love Supporting Actress Sundays and the Supporting Actress Smackdown.

Alfred Soto said...

1983.

Alex in Movieland said...

who the hell is voting for 1945? :D 20%...
please move to 1956!! :D

StinkyLulu said...

It's absolutely fine with me if folks keep voting for 1945... ;)

Slayton said...

I'd like to see '37, '68, '83 or '98 win this. Preferably '83, because the 80s haven't been covered this year yet, but both '68 and '98 are very strong lineups, minus one weak pick (Medford in 68 and, IMO, Bates in 98).