Classical Movies that Were Not Nominated in Oscars

The Academy Awards will never satisfy everyone. Just like some Stephen King’s film that were considered as worse by some. Every year, a large number of excellent films are released, yet only a small percentage of them are nominated for prizes.

List of Classical Movies that Were Not Included on Oscars Nominees

Many Oscar snubs, from Charlie Chaplin to Stanley Kubrick and Disney, are genuinely astonishing and must never be ignored.

1955-Lady and the Trump

Despite the fact that Disney was an established Oscar catcher by the moment this film was released, Lady and the Tramp received no nominations.

The spaghetti sequence and the highly controversial “We Are Siamese” track are the film’s most striking features, but aside from that, it’s a fantastic picture.

1980-The Shining

The Shining is technically outstanding in every way. Every scene is brilliantly rendered and rich in detail. It’s a good bet that Academy voters found this film too strange to support, and it garnered no nominations.

1931-Frankenstein

This picture is credited with putting Frankenstein by Mary Shelley into the mainstream consciousness. It also gave birth to decades of Halloween costumes, and it has never received a single negative review in 91 years!

The actual world was more worse. Frankenstein was not only prohibited and banned in numerous locations, but it was also ignored by the Academy. It garnered 0 nominations despite being well-deserving on many levels.