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Jan 4, 2024

[Answer] Who won an Academy Award for acting with the shortest amount of screen time?

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...1. Judi Dench 2. Anthony Hopkins 3. Anthony Quinn 4. Beatrice Straight




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Beatrice Straight - If it seems as if some Academy Award-winning performances were just a little short, it's probably because they were. Judi Dench famously won the Best Supporting Actress award for playing Elizabeth I in "Shakespeare in Love" with just eight minutes of screen time. Anthony Hopkins was awarded Best Actor for "Silence of the Lambs" even though his memorable performance was on screen for somewhere between 12 and 16 minutes. But the shortest winning performance, and one that remains rather controversial among some movie buffs, was the 1977 award for Best Supporting Actress. With just five minutes and 40 seconds of screen time, Beatrice Straight won for her role in "Network." Ned Beatty, another star of the movie, also received a nomination for his slightly longer performance of five minutes and 53 seconds.:


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