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Most Deserving Multi-Winner For The Supporting Categories!
Walter Brennan
Michael Caine
Dianne Wiest
Melvyn Douglas
Anthony Quinn
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Shelly Winters
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  • ENGLAND
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    I wanted to see who you guys thought was the most deserving multi-winner for the Supporting categories. I personally believe that Shelley Winters was un-beatable for her two wins. She was like Vivian Leigh, but in the supporting categories. Also, who do you think was the least deserving???

    I added the option of “Neither” if you believe none deserved 2 Oscars. Can’t wait to see who you guys pick!!!

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    M: The Original
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    Dianne Wiest is an immaculate multiple acting Oscar winner.

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    ethanqd
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    Definitely Dianne Wiest, because moreso than any of the others on this list, her two winning performances are so incredibly different and perfectly outline her range. I physically could not believe I was even watching her in Bullets Over Broadway, that’s how transformative her acting can be and I believe that Hollywood has wasted her despite her obvious talent. She absolutely slayed both Jennifer Tilly and Uma Thurman’s performances that year, as great as they both were, and she was just as well sublime in Hannah and Her Sisters.

    A distant second on this list is probably Anthony Quinn, I absolutely loved him in Lust for Life and thought he was deserving for Viva Zapata as well. Waltz is good too, his first win was so supremely and above-and-beyond deserved but I would have chosen Philip Seymour Hoffman for his second win, I don’t begrudge either and they sort of balance each other out.

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    M Bocioaca
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    Tell me Dianne Wiest has already played the older version of Renee Zellweger in a film.

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    marcelo
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    Dianne Wiest. She´s absolutely in Hannah and Bullets.

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    BenitoDelicias
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    Wiest.

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    RobertPius
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    Yeah, Weist just showed incredible range (and if you want to see an obscure performance that she should have been nominated for try and find the film “Independence Day.” (not the Will Smith blockbuster, another film with the same name.)

    Winters also was great and brave in her winning roles.

    Waltz’ performance’s were too similar. One award was enough for him.

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    Hoster1
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    Wiest easily.

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    AwardsConnect
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    Melvyn Douglas

    I generally adore Wiest but actually find her Bullets Over Broadway turn just a tad overrated – Tilly should’ve triumphed.

    For the finest in film reviews and awards analysis, please visit me at The Awards Connection!

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    ethanqd
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    Melvyn Douglas I generally adore Wiest but actually find her Bullets Over Broadway turn just a tad overrated – Tilly should’ve triumphed. For the finest in film reviews and awards analysis, please visit me at The Awards Connection!

    I love Douglas’ Hud win, but I find myself really wishing that Robert Duvall had triumphed over Douglas in 1979. Douglas was probably the most logical choice for the Academy given Apocalypse Now’s mixed reviews but Duvall really should be a double-Oscar winner.

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    I believe Marissa Tomei is an inevitable repeat winner in supporting. Is there a previous supporting winner you’d like to see win the category again?

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