Forgive me if I come off like a classic film snob by writing this: I can't believe that Humphrey Bogart did not get a Best Actor Oscar nomination for 1948's THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE directed by John Huston. Bogart was flat-out brilliant as Fred C. Dobbs, an American whose greed triggers his descent into paranoia and madness. Dan Dailey got a Best Actor Oscar nomination for playing a vaudeville entertainer who hits the big time with his wife and then starts hitting the bottle too much. The musical was WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME co-starring Betty Grable. Not that Dailey wasn't a solid actor, but Bogart's performance in THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE is master class material. In my opinion.
If Blake had ever received a couple of Oscar nominations for his film work, one should have most definitely been for his gripping performance as one of the killers in the film adaptation of Truman Capote's acclaimed IN COLD BLOOD.
So, there's my Robert Blake Double Feature tip for you. See him in THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE and in Truman Capote's IN COLD BLOOD.