William Holden, Best Actor 1953: MovieMonday.com

STALAG 17 (Comedy/Drama - NR)

William Holden received his Oscar for playing the sergeant who's not trusted by his fellow soldiers who are planning a break from a World War 2 German POW camp.


ABOUT WILLIAM HOLDEN (1918 - 1981)

American leading man, born in Illinois, who's real name was William Beedle. William Holden was discovered at the Pasadena Playhouse.

His nominations include:

SUNSET BOULEVARD (50)
NETWORK (76)

William Holden's other credits include:

THOSE WERE THE DAYS
I WANTED WINGS
THE FLEET'S IN
YOUNG AND WILLING
BLAZE OF NOON
RACHEL AND THE STRANGER
THE MAN FROM COLORADO
THE STREETS OF LAREDO
MISS GRANT TAKES RICHMOND
FATHER IS A BACHELOR
BORN YESTERDAY
SUBMARINE COMMAND
THE TURNING POINT
ESCAPE FROM FORT BRAVO
THE COUNTRY GIRL
THE BRIDGES AT TOKO-RI
LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING
PICNIC
THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI
SATAN NEVER SLEEPS
THE LION
THE SEVENTH DAWN
THE WILD BUNCH
WILD ROVERS
BREEZY
OPEN SEASON
THE TOWERING INFERNO
NETWORK
ASHANTI
DAMIEN: OMEN 2
ESCAPE TO ATHENA
THE EARTHLING
S.O.B.

His television credits include:

THE BLUE KNIGHT
21 HOURS AT MUNICH

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