44th Golden Globe Awards

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44th Golden Globe Awards
Date January 31, 1987
Hosted by Charyl Ladd and William Shatner
Best Film: Drama Platoon
Best Film: Musical or Comedy Hannah and Her Sisters
Best Drama Series L.A. Law
Best Musical or Comedy Series The Golden Girls

The 44th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 1986, were held on 31 January 1987 at the Beverly Hilton.[1][2][3]

Winners and nominees[edit]


Best Actor - Drama[edit]

Bob Hoskins - Mona Lisa

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Paul Hogan - Crocodile Dundee

Best Actress - Drama[edit]

Marlee Matlin - Children of a Lesser God

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Sissy Spacek - Crimes of the Heart

Best Director[edit]

Oliver Stone - Platoon

Best Film - Drama[edit]


Best Film - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Hannah and Her Sisters

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

The Assault (De aanslag), Netherlands

Best Music, Original Score[edit]

"The Mission" - Ennio Morricone

Best Original Song[edit]

"Take My Breath Away" performed by Berlin - Top Gun

Best Screenplay[edit]

The Mission - Robert Bolt

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Tom Berenger - Platoon

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Maggie Smith - A Room with a View


Best Actor - Drama Series[edit]

Edward Woodward - The Equalizer

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Bruce Willis - Moonlighting

Best Actor - Miniseries or television film[edit]

James Woods - Promise

Best Actress - Drama Series[edit]

Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Cybill Shepherd - Moonlighting

Best Actress - Miniseries or television film[edit]

Loretta Young - Christmas Eve

Best Series - Drama[edit]

L.A. Law

Best Series - Musical or Comedy[edit]

The Golden Girls

Best Miniseries or television film[edit]


Best Supporting Actor - Series, Miniseries or television film[edit]

Jan Niklas - Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna

Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or television film[edit]

Olivia de Havilland - Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Friendly, David; Voland, John (2 February 1987). "Winner Of 3 Top Trophies : 'Platoon' In A Victory March At Globe Awards". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 17 January 2018. 
  2. ^ "'Platoon' wins 2 awards at Golden Globe ceremony". The New York Times. 2 February 1987. Retrieved 17 January 2018. 
  3. ^ "Anthony Quinn to be DeMille Honoree at the Golden Globes". Los Angeles Times. 10 January 1987. Retrieved 17 January 2018.