Golden Globe Moment: Shirley MacLaine and Barbra Streisand,1984

by Elisa Leonelli December 18, 2018
Shirley MacLaine and Barbra Streisand, 1984, at the Golden Globes

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Barbra Streisand wins two Golden Globes, one as Best Director for Yentl, the other for the film, as Best Musical or Comedy.  She celebrates backstage with Shirley MacLaine, Best Actress in a drama for Terms of Endearment, at the 41st Golden Globes, held Saturday, January 28, 1984, at the Beverly Hilton hotel.
 
Streisand had won Best Actress in 1969 for Funny Girl, and again received two Golden Globes in 1977 for A Star is Born, as Best Actress and Best Musical or Comedy.  She was World Film Favorite in 1970, 1971, 1975, 1978, and recipient of the Cecil B. deMille award in 2000.
 
MacLaine won two special awards, as New Star of Tomorrow in 1955 for The Trouble with Harry, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and as Most Versatile Actress in 1959. She won Golden Globes as Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy in 1961 for The Apartment and in 1964 for Irma La Douce - both directed by Billy Wilder and co-starring Jack Lemmon-, and Best Actress in a Drama in 1989 for Madame Sousatzka directed by John Schlesinger. She received the Cecil B. deMille in 1998.