49th Golden Globe Awards

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49th Golden Globe Awards
Date January 18, 1992
Best Film: Drama Bugsy
Best Film: Musical or Comedy Beauty and the Beast
Best Drama Series Northern Exposure
Best Musical or Comedy Series Brooklyn Bridge

The 49th Golden Globe Awards, honoring the best in film and television for 1991, were held on January 18, 1992 at the Beverly Hilton.[1][2] The nominations were announced on December 27, 1991.[3][4]



Best Actor - Drama[edit]

Nick Nolte - The Prince of Tides

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Robin Williams - The Fisher King

Best Actress - Drama[edit]

Jodie Foster - The Silence of the Lambs

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Bette Midler - For the Boys

Best Director[edit]

Oliver Stone - JFK

Best Film - Drama[edit]


Best Film - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Beauty and the Beast

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

Europa, Europa, Germany

Best Music, Original Score[edit]

Beauty and the Beast - Alan Menken

Best Original Song[edit]

"Beauty and the Beast" performed by Peabo Bryson and Céline Dion - Beauty and the Beast

Best Screenplay[edit]

Thelma & Louise - Callie Khouri

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Jack Palance - City Slickers

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Mercedes Ruehl - The Fisher King


Best Actor - Drama Series[edit]

Scott Bakula - Quantum Leap

Best Actor - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Burt Reynolds - Evening Shade

Best Actor - Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Beau Bridges - Without Warning: The James Brady Story

Best Actress - Drama Series[edit]

Angela Lansbury - Murder, She Wrote

Best Actress - Musical or Comedy Series[edit]

Candice Bergen - Murphy Brown

Best Actress - Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

Judy Davis - One Against the Wind

Best Series - Drama[edit]

Northern Exposure

Best Series - Musical or Comedy[edit]

Brooklyn Bridge

Best Miniseries or TV Film[edit]

One Against the Wind

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

Louis Gossett, Jr. - The Josephine Baker Story

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

Amanda Donohoe - L.A. Law

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Fox, David (20 January 1992). "And the Race Is On . . . : 'Bugsy,' 'Beauty,' 'JFK' Win Globes--Leave Top Oscar Wide Open". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 14 January 2018. 
  2. ^ Weinraub, Bernard (20 January 1992). "Track Record Polishes Golden Globes' Gleam". The New York Times. Retrieved 14 January 2018. 
  3. ^ Fox, David (28 December 1991). "'Bugsy' Hits the Jackpot : Film Leads Golden Globe Field With 8 Nominations". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 14 January 2018. 
  4. ^ "'Bugsy' has 8 Globe nominations". Ellensburg Daily Record. 28 December 1991. Retrieved 14 January 2018 – via Google News Archive.