Thursday, January 21, 2010

The Missed It By That Much Award #2: The Honorable Mentions Of 1931-32

I'm still working on Part Three of my essay on Scarface. In the meantime, chew on some photographs for a while. This is a collection of those actors and actresses who turned in notable performances in 1931-32, but just missed out on a Katie Award nomination. Some of these faces you've seen before, some you will see again.

(To see the list of nominees for 1931-32, click here.)

Edward G. Robinson (Five Star Final)

James Cagney and Joan Blondell (Blonde Crazy)

Marie Dressler (Emma) (pictured here with Katie Award nominee Norma Shearer)

Dorothea Wieck (Mädchen In Uniform)

Raimu and Pierre Fresnay (Marius)

Warner Oland (Shanghai Express)

Jackie Cooper and Irene Rich (The Champ)

Anita Page (Skyscraper Souls)

Warren William (Skyscraper Souls)

Constance Bennett (What Price Hollywood?)

Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert (The Smiling Lieutenant)

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