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Kathy Bates Wins Best Actress: 1991 Oscars



Daniel Day-Lewis presenting Kathy Bates the Oscar® for Best Actress for her performance in “Misery” at the 63rd Academy Awards® in 1991.

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  1. She's a force of nature and a beautiful woman. A humble person working in that industry is rare, and she would've earned that award for that alone. The music played in the background when she goes up to receive the award is so familiar to me, anyone happened to recognize the song? Thanks in advance.

  2. She certainly deserved to win~~Nothing really scares me, I laugh at the gore and I've been in a theater where friends have said, "It'll scare the hell out of you" I see it and I'm like w/ever~~Annie Wilkes scared the hell out of me I'll ya~~lol~~

  3. She’s incredible and couldn’t have played the role better…but I will never understand why she was paired up with James Caan for that movie…besides a brief believable performance out of him during the hobbling torture scene, he had little emotion, believability, or even dialogue for his character. I don’t know if this was his lack of effort or the director’s attempt at trying to put all the focus on Bates’s performance, but it’s quite a shame…both roles could’ve kept true to the book (with the male character facing a more apparent internal struggle and having just as much dialogue as Annie) without distracting from Kathy Bates’s outstanding performance. The contrast between the 2 main characters could’ve been balanced and executed perfectly if a stronger male actor was casted. Nevertheless, Kathy alone can still kick major ass

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