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Poll: The Homers Club

If someone says "Homer", we might think of the Greek poet, but we're not all scholars... and our immediate thought would most certainly be the one and only Homer J. Simpson, and that's the honest truth (Ruth).

But supposing he decided to found his own 'Homers Club' and invite all great cinematic characters of the same name, which one would you pick as your second favorite? (or your favorite if you're not too fond on Homr... not a typo)

After voting, you might discuss the list here

Make Your Choice

  1. Vote!

    Harold Russell in The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)

    HOMER PARRISH (Harold Russell in The Best Days of Our Lives)

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR WINNER 1946 (and a Honorary Oscar for "bringing hope and courage to his fellow veterans", he first disabled actor to achieve such a feat, playing a real-life disabled veteran)

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    Sidney Poitier in Lilies of the Field (1963)

    HOMER SMITH (Sidney Poitier in Lilies of the Field)

    BEST ACTOR WINNER 1963 (first African-American to win that Oscar)

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    Melvyn Douglas in Hud (1963)

    HOMER BANNON (Melvyn Douglas in Hud)

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR WINNER 1963 (yes, the same year than Poitier)

  4. Vote!

    Tobey Maguire in The Cider House Rules (1999)

    HOMER WELLS (Tobey Maguire in The Cider House Rules)
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    Mickey Rooney and Frank Morgan in The Human Comedy (1943)

    HOMER MACAUREY (Mickey Rooney in The Human Comedy)


  6. Vote!

    Donald Sutherland in The Day of the Locust (1975)

    My pick is still HOMER SIMPSON (Donald Sutherland in Day of the Locust)

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