3rd Golden Raspberry Awards

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3rd Golden Raspberry Awards
Date April 11, 1983
Site Oscar night potluck party
Highlights
Worst Picture Inchon
Most awards Inchon (4)
Most nominations Butterfly (10)
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The 3rd Golden Raspberry Awards were held on April 11, 1983 at an Oscar night potluck party to recognize the worst the film industry had to offer in 1982. The recipients are denoted in bold:

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture Inchon (MGM)
Annie (Columbia/Rastar)
Butterfly (Analysis Releasing)
Megaforce (20th Century Fox)
The Pirate Movie (20th Century Fox)
Worst Actor Laurence Olivier in Inchon as Douglas McArthur
Willie Aames in Paradise and Zapped! as David and Peyton Nichols
Christopher Atkins in The Pirate Movie as Frederic
Luciano Pavarotti in Yes, Giorgio as Giorgio Fini
Arnold Schwarzenegger in Conan the Barbarian as Conan
Worst Actress Pia Zadora in Butterfly as Kady Tyler
Morgan Fairchild in The Seduction as Jamie Douglas
Mia Farrow in A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy as Ariel
Kristy McNichol in The Pirate Movie as Mabel
Mary Tyler Moore in Six Weeks as Charlotte Dreyfus
Worst Supporting Actor Ed McMahon in Butterfly as Mr. Gillespie
Michael Beck in Megaforce as Dallas
Ben Gazzara in Inchon as Maj. Frank Hallsworth
Ted Hamilton in The Pirate Movie as The Pirate King
Orson Welles in Butterfly as Judge Rauch
Worst Supporting Actress Aileen Quinn in Annie as Annie
Rutanya Alda in Amityville II: The Possession as Dolores Montelli
Colleen Camp in The Seduction as Robin
Dyan Cannon in Deathtrap as Myra Bruhl
Lois Nettleton in Butterfly as Belle Morgan
Worst Director Ken Annakin for The Pirate Movie (tie) and Terence Young for Inchon (tie)
Matt Cimber for Butterfly
John Huston for Annie
Hal Needham for Megaforce
Worst Screenplay Inchon, written by Robin Moore and Laird Koenig
Annie, screenplay by Carol Sobieski, based on the play by Thomas Meehan, based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray (uncredited)
Butterfly, screenplay by John F. Goff and Matt Cimber, adaptation by Cimber, based on the novel by James M. Cain
The Pirate Movie, written by Trevor Farrant, "ripped off from" Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta The Pirates of Penzance
Yes, Giorgio, screenplay by Norman Steinberg, "suggested by" the novel by Annie Piper
Worst New Star Pia Zadora in Butterfly as Kady Tyler (Zadora also won a Golden Globe for Best New Star.)
Morgan Fairchild in The Seduction as Jamie Douglas
Luciano Pavarotti in Yes, Giorgio as Giorgio Fini
Aileen Quinn in Annie as Annie
Mr. T in Rocky III as Clubber Lang
Worst Original Song "Pumpin' and Blowin'" from The Pirate Movie, music and lyrics by Terry Britten, B. A. Robertson and Sue Shifrin
"Comin' Home to You" from Author! Author!, music by Dave Grusin, lyrics by Marilyn and Alan Bergman
"Happy Endings" from The Pirate Movie, music and lyrics by Terry Britten, B. A. Robertson and Sue Shifrin
"It's Wrong for Me to Love You" from Butterfly, music by Ennio Morricone, lyrics by Carol Connors
"No Sweeter Cheater than You" from Honkytonk Man, music and lyrics by Gail Redd and Mitchell Torok
Worst Musical Score The Pirate Movie, music by Kit Hain
Butterfly, music by Ennio Morricone
Death Wish II, music by Jimmy Page
Monsignor, music by John Williams
The Thing, music by Ennio Morricone
Worst Career Achievement Award Irwin Allen, the master of disaster

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