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Friday, January 10, 2014

Golden Globes Flashback starring Shirley MacLaine, Barbra Streisand and many others



In honor of the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, I thought it would be fun to look back at some past Globe winners and Cecil B. DeMille recipients (for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment). So below I've selected 26 speeches for your viewing enjoyment:

Joan Collins wins the 1982 Best Actress in a Television Drama Series Golden Globe for her role on Dynasty (presented by Aileen Quinn and Stacy Keach).



Shirley MacLaine wins the 1983 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in Terms of Endearment (presented by Gene Hackman).



Cher wins the 1983 Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Golden Globe for her role in Silkwood (presented by Jeff Bridges and Lesley Ann Warren).



Barbra Streisand wins two 1983 Golden Globes for Yentl - Best Director (presented by Cheryl Ladd and Mark Rydell) and Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (presented by George Segal and Teri Garr).




Jane Wyman wins the 1983 Best Actress in a Television Drama Series Golden Globe for her role on Falcon Crest (presented by Louis Gosset Jr. and Jill St. John).



Sally Field wins the 1984 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in Places in the Heart (presented by Glenn Ford).



Whoopi Goldberg wins the 1985 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in The Color Purple (presented by June Allyson and Cesar Romero).



Liza Minnelli wins the 1985 Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Golden Globe for her role in A Time to Live (presented by Patty Duke and William Devane).



Barbara Stawyck receives the 1986 Cecil B. DeMille Award (presented by Kirk Douglas).



Cher wins the 1987 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Golden Globe for her role in Moonstruck (presented by Christopher Reeve and Marlee Matlin).



Melanie Griffith wins the 1988 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Golden Globe for her role in Working Girl (presented by Ally Sheedy and Eric Roberts).



Julia Roberts wins the 1989 Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Golden Globe for her role in Steel Magnolias (presented by Martin Landau and Jane Seymour).



Doris Day receives the 1989 Cecil B. DeMille Award (presented by Clint Eastwood).



Kathy Bates wins the 1990 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in Misery (presented by James Earl Jones and Faye Dunaway).



Julia Roberts wins the 1990 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Golden Globe for her role in Pretty Woman (presented by Gregory Hines and Carol Burnett).



Whoopi Goldberg wins the 1990 Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Golden Globe for her role in Ghost (presented by Macaulay Culkin and Mickey Rooney).



Audrey Hepburn receives the 1990 Cecil B. DeMille Award (presented by Gregory Peck).



Jodie Foster wins the 1991 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in The Silence of the Lambs (presented by Jeremy Irons and Kathy Bates).



Bette Midler wins the 1991 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Golden Globe for her role in For the Boys (presented by Kate Nelligan and John Goodman).



Emma Thompson wins the 1992 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in Howards End (presented by Patrick Swayze and Jodie Foster).



Hugh Grant wins the 1994 Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Golden Globe for his role in Four Weddings and a Funeral (presented by Valeria Golino and Patrick Swayze).



Jessica Lange wins the 1994 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama Golden Globe for her role in Blue Sky (presented by Rip Torn and Sharon Stone).



Emma Thompson wins the 1995 Best Screenplay Golden Globe for Sense and Sensibility (presented by Anne Archer and David Paymer).



Madonna wins the 1996 Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Golden Globe for her role in Evita (presented by Nicole Kidman).



Shirley MacLaine receives the 1998 Cecil B. DeMille Award (presented by Goldie Hawn).

6 comments:

joel65913 said...

Marvelous fun! Thanks for all the effort putting these together Marc.
Good Heavens that Little Orphan Annie gone haywire hairdo that Barbra sported in the 80's was a horror!

Marc said...

I'm glad you enjoyed the post, Joel! :)

Bill said...

That's Cesar Romero, not Jimmy Stewart.

Marc said...

Thanks, Bill, it is indeed Cesar Romero. I guess one should never trust a YouTube description to be correct.

Anonymous said...

Who are the voting members for the Golden Globes? The winners so often seem to be the most popular of performers.

Marc said...

According to Wikipedia, the 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association vote for the Golden Globes.