The 100 best performances that Oscar snubbed. See Entertainment Weekly's complete list of overlooked roles

By EW Staff
November 22, 2002 at 05:00 AM EST
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Here are the 100 best moments snubbed by Oscar

1. Jimmy Stewart, ”Vertigo”
2. Anthony Perkins, ”Psycho”
3. Cary Grant, ”The Philadelphia Story”
4. Ingrid Bergman, ”Casablanca”
5. Samuel L. Jackson, ”Jungle Fever”
6. Susan Sarandon, ”Bull Durham”
7. John Cazale, ”The Godfather Part 2”
8. Judy Garland, ”The Wizard of Oz”
9. Marilyn Monroe, ”Some Like It Hot”
10. Dennis Hopper, ”Blue Velvet”
11. Sidney Poitier, “In the Heat of the Night”
12. Kathleen Turner, “Body Heat”
13. Orson Welles, “Touch of Evil”
14. Bette Davis, “Of Human Bondage”
15. Donald Sutherland, “Ordinary People”
16. Rosalind Russell, “His Girl Friday”
17. Malcolm McDowell, “A Clockwork Orange”
18. Katharine Hepburn, “Bringing Up Baby”
19. Robert De Niro, “Mean Streets”
20. Gene Tierney, “Laura”
21. Rita Hayworth, “Gilda”
22. Gene Kelly, “Singin’ in the Rain”
23. Gary Oldman, “Sid & Nancy”
24. Denzel Washington, “Philadelphia”
25. Audrey Hepburn, “My Fair Lady”
26. Glenn Close, “Reversal of Fortune”
27. Humphrey Bogart, “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre”
28. John Wayne, “The Searchers”
29. Anjelica Huston, “The Dead”
30. Morgan Freeman, “Glory”
31. Jack Nicholson, “The Shining”
32. Frank Sinatra, “The Manchurian Candidate”
33. James Cagney, “White Heat”
34. Julie Christie, “Doctor Zhivago”
35. Toshiro Mifune, “Throne of Blood”
36. Carole Lombard, “Nothing Sacred”
37. Kathy Bates, “Dolores Claiborne”
38. Robert Shaw, “Jaws”
39. Nicole Kidman, “The Others”
40. Edward G. Robinson, “Double Indemnity”
41. Sean Penn, “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”
42. Al Pacino, “Donnie Brasco”
43. Tim Curry, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”
44. Sigourney Weaver, “The Ice Storm”
45. Julianne Moore, “Safe”
46. Kirk Douglas, “Paths of Glory”
47. Lana Turner, “The Postman Always Rings Twice”
48. Mia Farrow, “Rosemary’s Baby”
49. Ed Harris, “The Right Stuff”
50. Dylan Baker, “Happiness”
51. Gene Wilder, “Young Frankenstein”
52. Boris Karloff, “Frankenstein”
53. Peter Sellers, “The Pink Panther”
54. Marlene Dietrich, “Witness for the Prosecution”
55. Errol Flynn, “Gentleman Jim”
56. Cher, “Mask”
57. Robert Mitchum, “The Night of the Hunter”
58. Sissy Spacek, “Badlands”
59. Ewan McGregor, “Moulin Rouge”
60. Johnny Depp, “Ed Wood”
61. Alec Guinness, “Kind Hearts and Coronets”
62. Jean-Pierre Leaud, “The 400 Blows”
63. Alan Rickman, “Die Hard”
64. Michelle Yeoh, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”
65. Tony Curtis, “Sweet Smell of Success”
66. Buster Keaton, “The General”
67. Richard Pryor, “Blue Collar”
68. Falconetti, ‘The Passion of Joan of Arc”
69. Vincent D’Onofrio, “Full Metal Jacket”
70. Robert Walker, “Strangers on a Train”
71. Alfre Woodard, “Crooklyn”
72. Maureen O’Hara, “The Quiet Man”
73. Bill Murray, “Groundhog Day”
74. Joseph Cotten, “Shadow of a Doubt”
75. Joanne Woodward, “The Glass Menagerie”
76. Kate Winslet, “Heavenly Creatures”
77. Christina Ricci, “The Opposite of Sex”
78. Faye Dunaway, “Mommie Dearest”
79. John Malkovich, “Being John Malkovich”
80. Eric Roberts, “Star 80”
81. Lionel Barrymore, “It’s a Wonderful Life”
82. Liv Ullmann, “Scenes from a Marriage”
83. Matt Damon, “The Talented Mr. Ripley”
84. Annette Bening, “Valmont”
85. Angela Bassett, “Waiting to Exhale”
86. Mieko Harada, “Ran”
87. Michael Caine, “The Man Who Would Be King”
88. Jennifer Jason Leigh, “Georgia”
89. Gillian Anderson, “The House of Mirth”
90. Laurence Fishburne, “Boyz in the Hood”
91. Divine, “Hairspray”
92. Ralph Fiennes, “Quiz Show”
93. Steve Martin, “All of Me”
94. Eddie Murphy, “The Nutty Professor”
95. Nick Nolte, “North Dallas Forty”
96. Sean Connery, “From Russia with Love”
97. Harry Belafonte, “Kansas City”
98. Christopher Walken, “Pennies from Heaven”
99. Lauren Bacall, “To Have and Have Not”
100. Molly Ringwald, “Sixteen Candles”