2013 tcm SUTS Blogathon Day 22: Maggie Smith
Welcome to DAY TWENTY-TWO of the 2013 Summer Under the Stars blogathon!
Today we will spotlight bloggers who will spotlight … Maggie Smith!
First, a little Natalie Wood trivia … According to IMDb (so it MUST be true), SMith was appointed a DBE (Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in 1990.
SUTS and Oscar: Maggie Smith was nominated for six Oscars, winning two:
Best Supporting Actress, 1965’s Othello (lost to Shelly Winters for A Patch of Blue)
Best Actress, 1969’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (winner)
Best Actress , 1972’s Travels With my Aunt (lost to Liza Minnelli for Cabaret)
Best Supporting Actress, 1978’s California Suite (winner)
Best Supporting Actress, 1985’s A Room WIth a View (lost to Dianne Weist for Hannah and Her Sisters)
Best Supporting Actress, 2001’s Gosford Park (lost to Jennifer Connelly for A Beautiful Mind)
Now onto the blogging!
Up first, the return of Giles from Sometimes They Go To Eleven with his review of Smith in Nowhere to Go.
Next, Margaret from The Great Katherine Helpburn joins us again with another fun collection of facts and quotes!
Check back throughout the day because there are MORE POSTS COMING!
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