Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Sleuth and Give `Em Hell, Harry are the only films to have all of their credited cast members nominated for an Oscar.

Give `Em Hell Harry actually showed audience members and program vendors in the lobby of the theatre in addition to the nominated James Whitmore in the filmed performance of his one-man show, and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?features an uncredited performance by Frank Flanagan as the Host of the Inn.

Sleuth is a two-character story starring Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine as game-loving mystery writer Andrew Wyke and his romantic rival Milo Tindle based on the Tony Award-winning play by Anthony Shaffer. The film credits ficticious cast members with names like Alec Cawthorne and John Matthews to throw viewers off the trail. If you haven't gotten around to seeing it yet we apologize for spoiling the surprise, but that's the price you pay for looking up trivia on a fifty year-old movie!!!

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