Emil Jannings, Warner Baxter, George Arliss and Lionel Barrymore. Wallace Beery and Fredric March simultaneously. Charles Laughton, Clark Gable and Victor McLaglen. Paul Muni and Spencer Tracy². Robert Donat, Jimmy Stewart, Gary Cooper and James Cagney. Paul Lukas, Bing Crosby, Ray Milland and Fredric March, who was worth returning to. Ronald Colman, Laurence Olivier, Broderick Crawford, José Ferrer and Bogie. 'Coop' again. William Holden and Marlon Brando a few years late. Ernest Borgnine, Yul Brynner and Alec Guiness. David Niven, Charlton Heston and Burt Lancaster. Maximillian Schell, Gregory Peck and Sidney Poitier who made history. Rex Harrison, Lee Marvin, Paul Scofield, Rod Steiger, Cliff Robertson and 'The Duke'. George C Scott though he refused. Gene Hackman. Marlon Brando by way of Sacheen Littlefeather. Jack Lemmon, Art Carney, Jack Nicholson and (posthumously) Peter Finch. Richard Dreyfuss, Jon Voight, Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro and Henry Fonda. Ben Kingsley, Robert Duvall, F Murray Abraham, William Hurt and Paul Newman who waited way too damn long. Michael Douglas and Dustin Hoffman (this time more humbly). The British Invasion of Daniel Day-Lewis, Jeremy Irons and Sir Anthony Hopkins. Al "Hoo-Ah" Pacino and Tom Hanks twice over. Nicolas Cage before the fall. Geoffrey Rush, Jack coming back and Robert Benigni leaping on chairs. Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Denzel Washington and Adrien Brody, the youngest of them all. Sean Penn, Jamie Foxx, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Forest Whitaker. Return trips to Daniel Day-Lewis and Sean Penn before _________ ?