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Complete list of 1994 Golden Globe winners

MOTION PICTURES DRAMA “Schindler’s List”– Universal/Amblin Entertainment (Universal)

ACTRESS, DRAMA Holly Hunter –“The Piano”

ACTOR, DRAMA Tom Hanks –“Philadelphia”

MUSICAL OR COMEDY “Mrs. Doubtfire”– 20th Century Fox (Fox)

ACTRESS, MUSICAL OR COMEDY Angela Bassett –“What’s Love Got To Do With It”

ACTOR, MUSICAL OR COMEDY Robin Williams –“Mrs. Doubtfire”

FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM “Farewell My Concubine”– Miramax, Hong Kong

SUPPORTING ACTRESS Winona Ryder –“The Age of Innocence”

SUPPORTING ACTOR Tommy Lee Jones –“The Fugitive”

DIRECTOR Steven Spielberg –“Schindler’s List

SCREENPLAY Steven Zaillian –“Schindler’s List

ORIGINAL SCORE Kitaro –“Heaven and Earth”

ORIGINAL SONG “Streets of Philadelphia,””Philadelphia”– music and lyrics, Bruce Springsteen

CECIL B. DE MILLE AWARD FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT Robert Redford

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD “Short Cuts”

TELEVISION SERIES, DRAMA “NYPD Blue”– Steven Bochco Prods. (ABC)

ACTRESS, SERIES, DRAMA Kathy Baker –“Picket Fences”

ACTOR, SERIES, DRAMA David Caruso –“NYPD Blue”

SERIES, MUSICAL OR COMEDY “Seinfeld”– Castle Rock Entertainment (NBC)

ACTRESS, SERIES, MUSICAL OR COMEDY Helen Hunt –“Mad About You”

ACTOR, SERIES, MUSICAL OR COMEDY Jerry Seinfeld –“Seinfeld”

MINISERIES OR TELEFILM “Barbarians at the Gate”– Rastar/HBO/Columbia (HBO)

ACTRESS, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM Bette Midler –“Gypsy

ACTOR, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM James Garner –“Barbarians at the Gate”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS, SERIES, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM Julia Louis-Dreyfus –“Seinfeld”

SUPPORTING ACTOR, SERIES, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM Beau Bridges –“The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom”

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