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    Some stats:

    Number of nominations per year:
    • 1960: 20
    • 1961: 20
    • 1962: 21
    • 1963: 19
    • 1964: 24
    • 1965: 13
    • 1966: 18
    • 1967: 21
    • 1968: 24
    • 1969: 12

    Directors with multiple nominations:

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    Alfred Hitchcock: Psycho; The Birds
    Arthur Penn: Bonnie and Clyde; The Miracle Worker
    Billy Wilder: One, Two, Three; The Apartment
    David Lean: Doctor Zhivago; Lawrence of Arabia
    Don Chaffey: Jason and the Argonauts; One Million Years B.C.
    François Truffaut: Fahrenheit 451; Jules and Jim
    Guy Hamilton: Goldfinger; The Battle of Britain
    Henry Hathaway: The Sons of Katie Elder; True Grit
    J. Lee Thompson: Cape Fear; The Guns of Navarone
    Jean-Luc Godard: Breathless; Contempt
    Jean-Pierre Melville: Army of Shadows; Le Samourai
    Kaneto Shindō: Kuroneko; Onibaba
    Ken Annakin: Swiss Family Robinson; The Longest Day
    Mario Bava: Black Sabbath; Blood and Black Lace
    Michelangelo Antonioni: Blow-Up; L'Avventura
    Mike Nichols: The Graduate; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    Norman Jewison: In the Heat of the Night; The Thomas Crown Affair
    Otto Preminger: Bunny Lake is Missing; Exodus
    Richard Brooks: Elmer Gantry; In Cold Blood
    Richard Lester: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; A Hard Day's Night
    Robert Bresson: Au Hasard Balthazar; Mouchette
    Roger Corman: The Masque of the Red Death; The Pit and the Pendulum
    William Wyler: Funny Girl; The Children's Hour
    Wolfgang Reitherman: One Hundred and One Dalmatians; The Jungle Book

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    Federico Fellini: 8½; Juliet of the Spirits; La Dolce Vita
    Ishirō Honda: Destroy All Monsters; Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster; Mothra vs. Godzilla
    John Frankenheimer: Seconds; Seven Days in May; The Manchurian Candidate
    John Huston: Casino Royale; The Misfits; The Night of the Iguana
    John Sturges: Ice Station Zebra; The Great Escape; The Magnificent Seven
    Masaki Kobayashi: Harakiri; Kwaidan; Samurai Rebellion
    Robert Aldrich: Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte; The Dirty Dozen; What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
    Robert Stevenson: Mary Poppins; The Absent-Minded Professor; The Love Bug
    Sidney Lumet: Fail Safe; Long Day's Journey Into Night; The Pawnbroker

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    Blake Edwards: A Shot in the Dark; Breakfast at Tiffany's; Days of Wine and Roses; The Pink Panther
    Luis Buñuel: Belle de Jour; Diary of a Chambermaid; The Exterminating Angel; Viridiana
    Robert Wise: The Haunting; The Sand Pebbles; The Sound of Music; West Side Story
    Roman Polanski: Cul-de-sac; Repulsion; Rosemary's Baby; The Fearless Vampire Killers
    Sergio Leone: A Fistful of Dollars; For a Few Dollars More; Once Upon a Time in the West; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Stanley Kramer: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner; Inherit the Wind; It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World; Judgment at Nuremberg
    Stanley Kubrick: 2001: A Space Odyssey; Dr. Strangelove; Lolita; Spartacus
    Terence Young: Dr. No; From Russia with Love; Thunderball; Wait Until Dark

    5
    Akira Kurosawa: High and Low; Red Beard; Sanjuro; The Bad Sleep Well; Yojimbo

    6
    Ingmar Bergman: Persona; Shame; The Silence; The Virgin Spring; Through a Glass Darkly; Winter Light

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
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    I am so disappointed that Zulu did not get seconded - it's a great movie! I hope someone sees it and comments.
    Sorry, it's one I have never seen or honestly heard of, so I'll see if I can watch it sometime.
    No need to apologize. You have certainly sent a few my way over the years. It remains one of my favorites - has an Alamo feel to it. It was one of my father's favorite movies, so it also has sentimental value. I do think you will like it.
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    Interesting stats. Not surprised by 1964 - I noticed a lot of these along the way, as it is my birth year. Similarly not surprised by Kurosawa and Bergman - both deserve it.
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    A little surprised to see 1965 and 1969 underrepresented. Also just two for Hitch. I was thinking of nominating Marnie but hoping someone else would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    A little surprised to see 1965 and 1969 underrepresented. Also just two for Hitch. I was thinking of nominating Marnie but hoping someone else would.
    I had it written in the text field but changed it to something else. I figured Hitch's 2 best of the decade had made it and Marnie is his most contentious film. I like it myself but it's not as good as The Birds or Psycho and even some die hard Hitchcock fans don't like it. Just the internal monologue I had with myself over nominating that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    A little surprised to see 1965 and 1969 underrepresented. Also just two for Hitch. I was thinking of nominating Marnie but hoping someone else would.
    I had it written in the text field but changed it to something else. I figured Hitch's 2 best of the decade had made it and Marnie is his most contentious film. I like it myself but it's not as good as The Birds or Psycho and even some die hard Hitchcock fans don't like it. Just the internal monologue I had with myself over nominating that one.
    It's the only Hitch movie I have seen that I didn't like. Considered nominating Turn Curtain, but it was a little above Meh. (now that I say that, I remember some good scenes, in retrospect, it probably was worth a nom)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    A little surprised to see 1965 and 1969 underrepresented. Also just two for Hitch. I was thinking of nominating Marnie but hoping someone else would.
    I had it written in the text field but changed it to something else. I figured Hitch's 2 best of the decade had made it and Marnie is his most contentious film. I like it myself but it's not as good as The Birds or Psycho and even some die hard Hitchcock fans don't like it. Just the internal monologue I had with myself over nominating that one.
    I'm not sure if I've even seen the full film. I know I started it but was struggling to get into it, so not sure if I finished it or not. Funny because I love Hitchcock. Maybe one day I'll try again.
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    To aid anyone who's looking to get caught up on some of these nominations before voting, I've compiled this list of where each movie seems to be streaming at the moment (according to JustWatch, which isn't always accurate). The major subscription services, as well as some free/ad-supported options, such as Tubi or Pluto TV, as well as Hoopla and Kanopy (free with your library card). If you have HBO Max, you can watch 43 nominees.

    2001: A Space Odyssey : HBO Max
    8½ : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    A Fistful of Dollars : Prime Video
    A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum : Prime Video
    A Hard Day's Night : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    A Man for All Seasons :
    A Raisin in the Sun : TCM
    A Shot in the Dark : HBO Max
    An Autumn Afternoon : Criterion Channel
    Andrei Rublev : Criterion Channel
    Army of Shadows :
    Au Hasard Balthazar : Criterion Channel
    Bad Girls Go to Hell : Criterion Channel
    Barbarella : Pluto TV
    Batman :
    Belle de Jour : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Black Sabbath : Pluto TV; Kanopy
    Blood and Black Lace : Tubi
    Blood Feast : Tubi; Kanopy
    Blow-Up :
    Bonnie and Clyde : HBO Max
    Breakfast at Tiffany's :
    Breathless : HBO Max; Kanopy; Criterion Channel
    Bullitt :
    Bunny Lake is Missing :
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid : TCM
    Cape Fear :
    Carnival of Souls : HBO Max; Kanopy; Tubi; Hoopla; Criterion Channel; Paramount+
    Casino Royale : Prime Video
    Charade : Prime Video; Kanopy; Tubi; Hoopla; Pluto TV
    Chimes at Midnight : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang :
    Cléo from 5 to 7 : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Cleopatra :
    Contempt : Criterion Channel
    Coogan's Bluff :
    Cool Hand Luke : HBO Max
    Cul-de-sac : Paramount+
    Days of Wine and Roses :
    Destroy All Monsters : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Tubi
    Diary of a Chambermaid : Prime Video; Criterion Channel
    Doctor Zhivago : Hoopla
    Dr. No :
    Dr. Strangelove : HBO Max
    Easy Rider : HBO Max
    Elmer Gantry :
    Exodus :
    Eyes Without a Face : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Fahrenheit 451 :
    Fail Safe : Crackle; Plex
    Fantastic Voyage :
    Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! :
    For a Few Dollars More : Prime Video
    From Russia with Love :
    Funny Girl : Prime Video
    Gertrud : Criterion Channel
    Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Goldfinger :
    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner : Prime Video
    Hang 'Em High : Hoopla
    Harakiri : Criterion Channel
    High and Low : Criterion Channel
    Hud : Prime Video; Hulu; Paramount+; Kanopy; Pluto TV
    Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte :
    Ice Station Zebra : TCM
    If… : Kanopy
    In Cold Blood :
    In the Heat of the Night :
    Inherit the Wind : Prime Video
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World : Prime Video; Pluto TV
    Jason and the Argonauts : Crackle; Plex
    Judgment at Nuremberg :
    Jules and Jim : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Juliet of the Spirits : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Kuroneko : Criterion Channel
    Kwaidan : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    La Dolce Vita :
    Last Year at Marienbad : Kanopy
    L'Avventura : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Lawrence of Arabia :
    Le Samourai : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Lolita : HBO Max
    Long Day's Journey Into Night : Hoopla; Kanopy
    Mary Poppins : Disney+
    Midnight Cowboy :
    Mothra vs. Godzilla : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Mouchette : Criterion Channel
    My Fair Lady : Netflix
    Night of the Living Dead : HBO Max; Prime Video; Peacock; Paramount+; Hoopla
    Ocean's 11 : HBO Max
    Oliver! :
    On Her Majesty's Secret Service :
    Once Upon a Time in the West : Hulu; Paramount+
    One Hundred and One Dalmatians : Disney+
    One Million Years B.C. :
    One, Two, Three :
    Onibaba : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Peeping Tom : Prime Video; Tubi; Plex
    Persona : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Planet of the Apes : HBO Max
    Playtime : Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Point Blank : HBO Max
    Psycho : Peacock
    Purple Noon : TCM; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Red Beard : Criterion Channel
    Repulsion : Plex
    Romeo and Juliet : Prime Video; Paramount+; Kanopy
    Rosemary's Baby :
    Samurai Rebellion : Criterion Channel
    Sanjuro : Criterion Channel
    Seconds : Paramount+; Kanopy
    Seven Days in May :
    Shame : Criterion Channel
    Shock Corridor : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Spartacus : Criterion Channel
    Splendor in the Grass : Hoopla
    Swiss Family Robinson : Disney+
    Targets :
    Teorema : Criterion Channel
    The Absent-Minded Professor : Disney+
    The Apartment : Prime Video; Hoopla; Pluto TV
    The Bad Sleep Well : Criterion Channel
    The Battle of Algiers : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    The Battle of Britain : Prime Video
    The Birds : Peacock
    The Children's Hour : Prime Video; Hoopla
    The Dirty Dozen : HBO Max
    The Exterminating Angel : Criterion Channel
    The Fearless Vampire Killers :
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly :
    The Graduate : HBO Max
    The Great Escape : Hoopla; Pluto TV
    The Guns of Navarone : Pluto TV
    The Haunting : Hoopla
    The Hustler : Hulu
    The Incredible Mr. Limpet :
    The Innocents :
    The Jungle Book : Disney+
    The Leopard : Criterion Channel
    The Lion in Winter :
    The Longest Day :
    The Love Bug : Disney+
    The Magnificent Seven : Prime Video; Hoopla
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance : Hulu; Paramount+
    The Manchurian Candidate :
    The Masque of the Red Death :
    The Miracle Worker : Prime Video; Hoopla
    The Misfits : TCM
    The Music Man :
    The Night of the Iguana :
    The Odd Couple : Prime Video; Paramount+; Kanopy; Pluto TV
    The Parent Trap : Disney+
    The Pawnbroker : Hulu; Paramount+
    The Pink Panther : HBO Max
    The Pit and the Pendulum :
    The Producers : HBO Max
    The Sand Pebbles : HBO Max
    The Silence : Criterion Channel
    The Sons of Katie Elder : Prime Video; Pluto TV
    The Sound of Music : Disney+
    The Tale of Zatoichi : Criterion Channel
    The Thomas Crown Affair : Hoopla; Pluto TV
    The Time Machine : HBO Max
    The Trouble with Angels :
    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg : HBO Max; Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    The Valley of Gwangi :
    The Virgin Spring : Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    The Wild Bunch : Hoopla
    They Shoot Horses, Don't They? :
    Three Outlaw Samurai : Criterion Channel
    Through a Glass Darkly : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Thunderball :
    To Kill a Mockingbird :
    Tokyo Drifter : Criterion Channel
    True Grit : Prime Video; Kanopy; Pluto TV
    Two Women : Film Detective; Plex
    Valley of the Dolls :
    Victim : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    Village of the Damned :
    Viridiana : Criterion Channel; Kanopy
    Viy : Tubi
    Wait Until Dark : HBO Max
    West Side Story :
    What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? : Hoopla
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? : Hoopla
    Winter Light : Criterion Channel
    Woman in the Dunes : Criterion Channel
    Yellow Submarine :
    Yojimbo : HBO Max; Criterion Channel
    You Only Live Twice :
    Z : HBO Max
    Zorba the Greek :

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    thanks for that Mae! Can this be copied to the first post to make it easier to find again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by amd013 View Post
    thanks for that Mae! Can this be copied to the first post to make it easier to find again?
    Sure thing, I've just added a link to it at the bottom of the main list in the first post.

    Also, The Criterion Channel has a lot of our nominees, too, and they offer a free 14-day trial. Can't recommend it enough.

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    Thanks for putting that together, Mae!

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    Thanks Mae! I'll try to catch up on some I haven't seen. I wish Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte was streaming somewhere. Love that movie.

    The Innocents is on youtube.
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    Yup, some older movies are also on YouTube. When we get to the 1930s and especially the 1920s, there will be lots of noms on YouTube.

    Also, as always, eagerly awaiting Still Servant's actors research!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    Yup, some older movies are also on YouTube. When we get to the 1930s and especially the 1920s, there will be lots of noms on YouTube.

    Also, as always, eagerly awaiting Still Servant's actors research!
    Thank you once again, Mae!

    I will be starting my research tonight! There's a lot of foreign films in the 60s tournament, which means I won't be as familiar with many of the actors, but I will do my best.

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    I will second Bullitt, and the five hubcaps that one car loses during its famous car chase. Love McQueen!
    It's from the spare in the trunk!
    Out of the silent planet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
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    I will second Bullitt, and the five hubcaps that one car loses during its famous car chase. Love McQueen!
    It's from the spare in the trunk!
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    Kinda cute that West Side Story and Romeo and Juliet are side-by-side on the seconded list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    Yup, some older movies are also on YouTube. When we get to the 1930s and especially the 1920s, there will be lots of noms on YouTube.

    Also, as always, eagerly awaiting Still Servant's actors research!
    Thank you once again, Mae!

    I will be starting my research tonight! There's a lot of foreign films in the 60s tournament, which means I won't be as familiar with many of the actors, but I will do my best.
    Any updates on the progress yet?

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    Yup, some older movies are also on YouTube. When we get to the 1930s and especially the 1920s, there will be lots of noms on YouTube.

    Also, as always, eagerly awaiting Still Servant's actors research!
    Thank you once again, Mae!

    I will be starting my research tonight! There's a lot of foreign films in the 60s tournament, which means I won't be as familiar with many of the actors, but I will do my best.
    Any updates on the progress yet?
    I did my best here! I know a lot about film, but as we go farther and farther back, there are a lot of actors I'm not familiar with.

    For this study, I kept it to the real A-List actors. If there is an actor or actress you don't see on this list (Control+F to search) let me know and I'd be happy to look them up. I'm sure there are a ton of character actors that are missing.

    Thanks to the James Bond films, Sean Connery is the winner with 6 films in our tournament. For actresses, a bit of a surprise, Claudia Cardinale is the leader with 4.

    Maybe the most interesting discovery is that there is now only one actor who has placed at least one film from every decade in our tournaments and that's Christopher Plummer. An amazing, yet somewhat underrated career. As a side note, I realized while researching that Inside Man did not make our 2000s tournament, which I thought was odd.

    Michael Caine has placed at least one film from every decade except for one and that was the 90s. Mae, maybe you can double-check that for me.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    Sean Connery - 6

    Dennis Hopper - 5

    George Kennedy - 5

    Steve McQueen - 5

    Paul Newman - 5

    Charles Bronson - 4

    Richard Burton - 4

    Claudia Cardinale - 4

    Clint Eastwood - 4

    Audrey Hepburn - 4

    Peter Sellers - 4

    John Wayne - 4

    Katherine Hepburn - 3

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    Awesome job, as always! Very interesting. You're right, we didn't get any Michael Caine movies during the 1990s (looking at his filmography the one we could've went for maybe was The Cider House Rules?). But if I'm reading your list right, Clint Eastwood and John Hurt also placed in all six decades so far.

    Understandably, this is missing lots of foreign actors as we nominated many Kurosawa and Bergman films, and those two loved to work with the same crew. And it looks like Audrey Hepburn ties Claudia Cardinale for 4 appearances.

    Again, always fascinating stuff! Thank you.

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    Max Von Sydow was in 4 and Toshirô Mifune was in at least 6. Lee Marvin is in at least 4. Burt Lancaster is in 4 too.

    EDIT: thanks for doing this, seems like a lot of work!

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    Just at a glance, I'd have to guess Toshiro Mifune would be in the more of the nominated films than most any other actor/actress. He's certainly A-List; not filling up on bit parts or cameos or whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    Awesome job, as always! Very interesting. You're right, we didn't get any Michael Caine movies during the 1990s (looking at his filmography the one we could've went for maybe was The Cider House Rules?). But if I'm reading your list right, Clint Eastwood and John Hurt also placed in all six decades so far.

    Understandably, this is missing lots of foreign actors as we nominated many Kurosawa and Bergman films, and those two loved to work with the same crew. And it looks like Audrey Hepburn ties Claudia Cardinale for 4 appearances.

    Again, always fascinating stuff! Thank you.
    Thank you! It's tough because I'm just not familiar with most foreign actors from that era.

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    Max Von Sydow was in 4 and Toshirô Mifune was in at least 6. Lee Marvin is in at least 4. Burt Lancaster is in 4 too.

    EDIT: thanks for doing this, seems like a lot of work!
    You're welcome! It's a lot of work, but I think it's fun to look at the cast lists for these films.

    Lancaster and Marvin are on the list. I have them listed as 3 movies but I probably missed a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mae View Post
    Awesome job, as always! Very interesting. You're right, we didn't get any Michael Caine movies during the 1990s (looking at his filmography the one we could've went for maybe was The Cider House Rules?). But if I'm reading your list right, Clint Eastwood and John Hurt also placed in all six decades so far.

    Understandably, this is missing lots of foreign actors as we nominated many Kurosawa and Bergman films, and those two loved to work with the same crew. And it looks like Audrey Hepburn ties Claudia Cardinale for 4 appearances.

    Again, always fascinating stuff! Thank you.
    Thank you! It's tough because I'm just not familiar with most foreign actors from that era.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Max Von Sydow was in 4 and Toshirô Mifune was in at least 6. Lee Marvin is in at least 4. Burt Lancaster is in 4 too.

    EDIT: thanks for doing this, seems like a lot of work!
    You're welcome! It's a lot of work, but I think it's fun to look at the cast lists for these films.

    Lancaster and Marvin are on the list. I have them listed as 3 movies but I probably missed a few.
    Lancaster was in The Leopard, Seven Days in May, Elmer Gantry and Judgement at Nuremberg
    Marvin was in Point Bank, The Dirty Dozen and The Man who Shot Liberty Valance, 3, you were right and I was wrong, I thought he was in another.
    But may I ask, where is the list because I see it stops at Katherine Hepburn, I don't see Lancaster or Marvin after that?

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