|1976||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actor||Network||Nominated|
|1953||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actor||Stalag 17||Won|
|1950||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actor||Sunset Boulevard||Nominated|
|1942||National Board of Review||Best Acting||The Remarkable Andrew||Won|
|1940||National Board of Review||Best Acting||Our Town||Won|
by Monika Bartyzel
In 'Network,' a weathered news anchor has had enough. He's sick of being the robot behind the news and only having that to live for. He's sick of being alone, and once he loses his job -- his only reason for living -- he's also...
by Jeffrey M. Anderson
David Lean's The Bridge on the River Kwai is as much an enduring classic today as it was when it opened over 50 years ago. Despite the fact that it's a nearly 3-hour WWII drama with very little action, it currently holds a...