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Inspired by my notion that Courtney Love, fuck-up or not, "remains the biggest oversight in Oscar history, especially for not having been nominated..." And this well-conceived response: A bigger oversight than Jeff Bridges not being nominated for "The Fisher King"? A bigger oversight than Cher not being nominated for "Mask"? A bigger oversight than Gene Wilder not being nominated for "Willy Wonka..."? A bigger oversight than Mia Farrow not being nominated for "Rosemary's Baby"? And these are just off the top of my head... Figured with awards season upon us, it merited its own thread. WHO DO YOU CONSIDER THE BIGGEST OVERSIGHT -- A SPECIFIC ACTOR AND SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE -- IN OSCAR HISTORY? One that wasn't even nominated but has stood the test of time (which I would argue against for Cher in that dopey movie where the bikers acted like puppies, ha. And "Fisher King" gives me a headache but that's mostly Robin Williams being all manic). I still vote for Courtney. Chime in, folks.

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