The Oscars® Snubs Blogathon Roll Call
Silver Scenes presents a solid case for Debbie Reynolds in The Unsinkable Molly Brown
Silver Screenings proves it's not such a wonderful life when It's A Wonderful Life was snubbed.
Robert Preston gets his well-due praise from A Person in the Dark for Victor/Victoria.
Angelman's Place says Auntie Roz was robbed in Auntie Mame
Yours truly (The Midnite Drive-In) makes a case for Peter O'Toole in The Stunt Man.
CineMaven is ready for a closeup of Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard,
Gary at MovieFanFare makes a case for 6 time snub victim Thelma Ritter.
Little Bits of Chaplin gives Charlie Chaplin the praise the Oscar committees withheld.
Sometimes They Go To Eleven gives us a taste of the film noir classic Mildred Pierce.
The Hitless Wonder feels Barbara Stanwyck should have won a few of her own statuettes.
William Powell's snubs is the subject du jour for Phyllis Loves Classic Movies
100 characters was not enough for Peter Sellers to win an Oscar, Crítica Retrô opines.
Margaret Perry enumerates several Oscars Katherine Hepburn should have received.
A Shroud of Thoughts has some thoughts on the Beatles' snub.
Silver Scenes second entry notes the astounding snub How the West Was Won got for Cinematography
The Love Pirate makes an appeal to rethink Best Picture nominee Master and Commander.
Movie Night Group wonders where is Charles Laughton's Oscar.
Defiant Success laments Lumet's snubs.
Mildred's Fatburgers makes a case for Agnes Moorehead in The Magnificent Ambersons.
More to come...