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Hollywood loves grumpy old curmudgeons – and so do the Oscars! Presenting the best of the best at being the grumpiest of the grumpy.
Curmudgeons Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon battle over the two things no grumpy old man can live without: women and ice fishing.
A bit of advice to all curmudgeons - if you don’t have anything nice to say, sit next to Statler & Waldorf.
Jack Nicholson took home an Oscar for his portrayal of an unlovable curmudgeon who hates everything in life except for his neighbor’s dog.
Grumpy old man Walter Matthau tormented his longtime comedy partner, George Burns, so badly in this film that the Motion Picture Academy awarded Burns the Oscar!
Ed Asner’s portrayal of a grumpy old widower helped Up win the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.
Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall portrayed so many grumpy old men in this film the barbershop set could have doubled as a nursing home.
In this holiday classic, Lionel Barrymore portrays the crusty old banker, Mr. Potter, with such precision he steals not only George Bailey’s money, but also the movie!
Peter Finch earned an Oscar for his performance as a grumpy old newscaster who is as mad as hell, he’s not going to take it anymore!
In his last film, Henry Fonda took home an Oscar for a wonderfully grumpy performance.
To date there has never been a grumpier old Scrooge than the one and only Ebenezer Scrooge himself! Bah, humbug!
Al Pacino danced his way to Oscar glory portraying the quintessential blind curmudgeon.
Jack Palance rustled up Oscar gold for his performance as a grumpy old cowboy who leaves a group of City Slickers shaking in their boots.
Clint Eastwood’s amazing performance showed the world that the only thing scarier than a grumpy old man is a grumpy old man with a gun!
Alan Arkin discovered nothing brings home Oscar gold faster than portraying a grumpy old man with a potty mouth.
Sean Connery is so grumpy in this film that he leaves people shaken, not stirred.
Paul Newman’s portrayal of grumpy old man Sully Sullivan must not have been grumpy enough because it only earned him an Oscar nomination.