42nd Golden Globe Awards

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42nd Golden Globe Awards
Date January 27, 1985
Best Film: Drama Amadeus
Best Film: Musical or Comedy Romancing the Stone
Best Drama Series Murder, She Wrote
Best Musical or Comedy Series The Bill Cosby Show

The 42nd Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 1984, were held on January 27, 1985.

Winners and nominees[edit]


Best Actor - Drama[edit]

F. Murray Abraham - Amadeus

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Dudley Moore - Micki + Maude

Best Actress - Drama[edit]

Sally Field - Places in the Heart

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Kathleen Turner - Romancing the Stone

Best Director[edit]

Miloš Forman - Amadeus

Best Film - Drama[edit]


Best Film - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Romancing the Stone

Best Foreign Film[edit]

A Passage to India, UK

Best Music, Original Score[edit]

"A Passage to India" - Maurice Jarre

Best Original Song[edit]

"I Just Called to Say I Love You" performed by Stevie Wonder - The Woman in Red

Best Screenplay[edit]

Amadeus - Peter Shaffer

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Haing S. Ngor - The Killing Fields

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Peggy Ashcroft - A Passage to India


Best Actor - Drama Series[edit]

Tom Selleck - Magnum, P.I.

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Bill Cosby - The Cosby Show

Best Actor - Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Ted Danson - Something About Amelia

Best Actress - Drama Series[edit]

Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Shelley Long - Cheers

Best Actress - Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Ann-Margret - A Streetcar Named Desire

Best Series - Drama[edit]

Murder, She Wrote

Best Series - Musical or Comedy[edit]

The Cosby Show

Best Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Something About Amelia

Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Paul Le Mat - The Burning Bed

Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Faye Dunaway - Ellis Island

See also[edit]