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Larry Harnisch reflects on Los Angeles history

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Feb. 23, 1958

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While I remember the original 'Dragnets' with great affection and much prefer them to later models and remember Ben Alexander as an effective component in Webb's ensemble, I doubt he was an Oscar nominee for All Quiet on the Western Front. Interestingly, although All Quiet on the Western Front took the top prize in the 1930 Oscar race, none of the actors appearing in it were nominated for Academy Awards. As a matter of fact, the category for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role wasn't even included in the Oscar pantheon until 1936, a full seven years after AQWF won for Best Picture.


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