I voted for Jessica, but it was stupid. She wasn't nominated for Frances, which is obviously a leading role. She was nominated for Tootsie and won, and yes I know everyone says it's a consolation prize for losing Best Actress. But sloppy work putting Frances on there.
LMAO...thanks for clarifying, R2. When I read OP's poll I was wondering who the actual winner was...didn't remember Jessica Lange winning for Frances.
(PS: I voted for Terri Garr)
Best Actress that year...
Sophie's Choice: Meryl Streep
Victor Victoria: Julie Andrews
Frances: Jessica Lange
Missing: Sissy Spacek
An Officer and a Gentleman: Debra Winger
No one had a chance against Streep.
Fuck up much, OP?
If anyone did have a chance against Streep, it was Lange. I would have voted for her. Sissy Spacek was wonderful in Missing, but she had won recently.
Oh yeah OP, 31 years of non-stop controversy.
[quote]Oh yeah OP, 31 years of non-stop controversy.
you clearly a new to DL r8....it is a constant topic here....don't be such a smartass...heal your anger.
LOLOL, you give me a big smiley!
Lesley Ann Warren should have won for Victor/Victoria. She was hilarious.
I think everyone secretly knows that Lange should've won for "Frances"...
"31 years of controversy..."
Jessica Lange is exhausting in FRANCES. She appears to have no technique! She's beautiful, of course. But she trembles and quails and blanches and frets, and she's just all over the place. It feels like Lange is out of control, not that Frances is out of control.
The Golden Globes got it right with Lanie...
Tootsie: Jessica Lange
Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean: Cher
My Favorite Year: Lainie Kazan
Frances: Kim Stanley
Victor Victoria: Lesley Ann Warren
Glenn's performance in Garp is amazing. Like Mary Poppins as a radical feminist icon.