4th Golden Raspberry Awards

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4th Golden Raspberry Awards
Date April 8, 1984
Site Third Street Elementary School, Los Angeles, California
Highlights
Worst Picture The Lonely Lady
Most awards The Lonely Lady (6)
Most nominations The Lonely Lady (11)
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The 4th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on April 8, 1984 at Third Street Elementary School in Los Angeles, California, to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1983.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture The Lonely Lady (Universal)
Hercules (MGM/UA / Cannon Films)
Jaws 3-D (Universal)
Stroker Ace (Warner Bros. / Universal)
Two of a Kind (20th Century Fox)
Worst Actor Christopher Atkins in A Night in Heaven as Rick Monroe
Lloyd Bochner in The Lonely Lady as Walter Thornton
Lou Ferrigno in Hercules as Hercules
Barbra Streisand (in drag) in Yentl as Anschel
John Travolta in Staying Alive and Two of a Kind as Tony Manero and Zack
Worst Actress Pia Zadora in The Lonely Lady as Jerilee Randall
Loni Anderson in Stroker Ace as Pembrook Feeney
Linda Blair in Chained Heat as Carol Henderson
Faye Dunaway in The Wicked Lady as Lady Barbara Skelton
Olivia Newton-John in Two of a Kind as Debbie
Worst Supporting Actor Jim Nabors in Stroker Ace as Lugs Harvey
Joseph Cali in The Lonely Lady as Vincent Dacosta
Louis Gossett, Jr. in Jaws 3-D as Calvin Bouchard
Anthony Holland in The Lonely Lady as Guy Jackson
Richard Pryor in Superman III as Gus Gorman
Worst Supporting Actress Sybil Danning in Chained Heat and Hercules as Ericka and Ariadne
Bibi Besch in The Lonely Lady as Veronica Randall
Finola Hughes in Staying Alive as Laura
Amy Irving in Yentl as Hadass (Oscar-nominated for the same role)
Diana Scarwid in Strange Invaders as Margaret
Worst Director Peter Sasdy for The Lonely Lady
Joe Alves for Jaws 3-D
Brian De Palma for Scarface
John Herzfeld for Two of a Kind
Hal Needham for Stroker Ace
Worst Screenplay The Lonely Lady, written by John Kershaw & Shawn Randall, adaptation by Ellen Shephard, from the novel by Harold Robbins
Flashdance, screenplay by Tom Hedley and Joe Eszterhas, story by Hedley
Hercules, screenplay by Lewis Coates (Luigi Cozzi)
Jaws 3-D, written by Carl Gottlieb and Richard Matheson, story by Guerdon Trueblood, "suggested" by the Peter Benchley novel Jaws
Two of a Kind, written by John Herzfeld
Worst New Star Lou Ferrigno in Hercules as Hercules
Loni Anderson in Stroker Ace as Pembrook Feeney
Reb Brown in Yor, the Hunter from the Future as Yor
Cindy and Sandy (the shrieking dolphins) in Jaws 3-D
Finola Hughes in Staying Alive as Laura
Worst Original Song "The Way You Do It" from The Lonely Lady, music and lyrics by Jeff Harrington and J. Pennig
"Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves" from Querelle, music by Peer Raben, lyrics from a poem by Oscar Wilde
"Lonely Lady" from The Lonely Lady, music by Charles Calello, lyrics by Roger Voudouris
"Yor's World!" from Yor, the Hunter from the Future, music by Guido De Angelis and Maurizio De Angelis, lyrics by Barbara Antonia, Susan Duncan-Smith, Pauline Hanna and Cesare De Natale
"Young and Joyful Bandit" from Querelle, music by Peer Raben, lyrics by Jeanne Moreau
Worst Musical Score The Lonely Lady, music by Charles Calello with Jeff Harrington, J. Pennig, and Roger Voudouris
Querelle, music by Peer Raben
Superman III, score adapted and conducted by Giorgio Moroder
Yentl, music by Michel Legrand, lyrics by Marilyn Bergman and Alan Bergman (also Oscar winner)
Yor, the Hunter from the Future, music by John Scott and Guido De Angelis and Maurizio De Angelis

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