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Saturn Awards are ‘Enchanted’

'Lost' wins 4 awards, including network series

Disney was the biggest winner at Tuesday night’s Saturn Awards as the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror presented three trophies to “Enchanted,” including top fantasy pic, and four to ABC’s “Lost,” including the network series nod.

“Enchanted” lead Amy Adams was tapped for film actress honors. Pic’s composer Alan Mencken took music kudos.

Other top movie winners were “Cloverfield” for science fiction, “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” for horror and “300” for action/adventure.

“Cloverfield” helmer Matt Reeves also received the Filmmakers Showcase Award.

“Ratatouille” won for animated film; “Eastern Promises” took international film honors.

Will Smith drew the film actor nod for “I Am Legend.”

Disney movies racked up six awards. Paramount, including Vantage and DreamWorks, took five, while Warners drew four.

On the TV side, “Lost” also won for actor Matthew Fox; supporting actor Michael Emerson; and Elizabeth Mitchell, who finished in a tie with Summer Glau of “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” for supporting actress.

“Dexter” took the prize for cable series while “Family Guy: Blue Harvest” was dubbed “best presentation on television.”

Jennifer Love Hewitt of “Ghost Whisperer” took the TV actress nod.

Guillermo del Toro accepted the George Pal Memorial Award, and producers Robert Halmi Sr. and Robert Halmi Jr. were recognized with the life career award.

And the winners are:

Science Fiction Film: “Cloverfield ”

Fantasy Film: “Enchanted ”

Horror Film: “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street ”

Action/Adventure/Thriller Film: “300 ”

Actor: Will Smith (“I Am Legend”)

Actress: Amy Adams (“Enchanted”)

Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem (“No Country for Old Men”)

Supporting Actress: Marcia Gay Harden (“The Mist”)

Performance by a Younger Actor: Freddie Highmore (“August Rush”)

Direction: Zack Snyder (“300”)

Writing: Brad Bird (“Ratatouille”)

Music: Alan Menken (“Enchanted”)

Costume: Colleen Atwood (“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”)

Make-Up: Ve Neill, Martin Samuel (“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”)

Special Effects: Scott Farrar, Scott Benza, Russell Earl, John Frazier (“Transformers”)

Animated Film: “Ratatouille”

International Film: “Eastern Promises”

Network Television Series: “Lost”

Syndicated / Cable Television Series: “Dexter”

Presentation on Television: “Family Guy: Blue Harvest”

Actor on Television: Matthew Fox (“Lost”)

Actress on Television: Jennifer Love Hewitt (“Ghost Whisperer”)

Supporting Actor on Television: Michael Emerson (“Lost”)

Supporting Actress on Television:(TIE): Summer Glau (“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”)
Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost”)

DVD Release: “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” (remix)

DVD Special Edition Release: “Blade Runner” (5 Disc Ultimate Edition)

DVD Classic Film Release: “The Monster Squad”

DVD Collection: “Mario Bava” (Box Sets 1 & 2)

Television Series Release on DVD: “Heroes” (Season 1)

Retro Television Series Release on DVD: “Twin Peaks” (Definitive Gold Box Ed.)

The Life Career Award: Robert Halmi, Sr.

The Life Career Award: Robert Halmi, Jr.

The George Pal Memorial Award: Guillermo del Toro

The Filmmakers Showcase Award: Matt Reeves

The Special Achievement Award: Tim & Donna Lucas

The Service Award: Fred Barton

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