5th Golden Raspberry Awards

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5th Golden Raspberry Awards
Date March 24, 1985
Site Vine Street Elementary School, Hollywood, California
Highlights
Worst Picture Bolero
Most awards Bolero (6)
Most nominations Bolero (9)

The 5th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 24, 1985 at Vine Street Elementary School in Hollywood, California, to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1984. Classic German silent film Metropolis was nominated for two Razzies, both for Giorgio Moroder's new score for the 1984 re-release. The complete list of nominees follows, with the recipients marked in bold.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture Bolero (Cannon Films)
Cannonball Run II (Warner Bros.)
Rhinestone (20th Century Fox)
Sheena (Columbia)
Where the Boys Are '84 (TriStar)
Worst Actor Sylvester Stallone in Rhinestone as Nick Martinelli
Lorenzo Lamas in Body Rock as Chilly
Jerry Lewis in Slapstick of Another Kind as Wilbur Swain/Caleb Swain
Peter O'Toole in Supergirl as Zaltar
Burt Reynolds in Cannonball Run II and City Heat as J.J. McClure and Mike Murphy (respectively)
Worst Actress Bo Derek in Bolero as Ayre "Mac" MacGillivery
Faye Dunaway in Supergirl as Selena
Shirley MacLaine in Cannonball Run II as Veronica
Tanya Roberts in Sheena as Sheena
Brooke Shields in Sahara as Dale
Worst Supporting Actor Brooke Shields with a moustache in Sahara as Dale
Robby Benson in Harry & Son as Howard Keach
Sammy Davis, Jr. in Cannonball Run II as Morris Fenderbaum
George Kennedy in Bolero as Cotton
Ron Leibman in Rhinestone as Freddie Ugo
Worst Supporting Actress Lynn-Holly Johnson in Where the Boys Are '84 as Laurie
Susan Anton in Cannonball Run II as Jill Rivers
Olivia d'Abo in Bolero and Conan the Destroyer as Paloma and Princess Jehnna (respectively)
Marilu Henner in Cannonball Run II as Betty
Diane Lane in The Cotton Club and Streets of Fire as Vera Cicero and Ellen Aim (respectively)
Worst Director John Derek for Bolero
Bob Clark for Rhinestone
Brian De Palma for Body Double
John Guillermin for Sheena
Hal Needham for Cannonball Run II
Worst Screenplay Bolero, written by John Derek
Cannonball Run II, written by Hal Needham & Albert S. Ruddy & Harvey Miller
Rhinestone, screenplay by Phil Alden Robinson and Sylvester Stallone, story by Robinson
Sheena, screenplay by David Newman and Lorenzo Semple, Jr., story by Newman and Leslie Stevens, based on the comic by S. M. Eiger and Will Eisner (uncredited)
Where the Boys Are '84, written by Stu Krieger and Jeff Burkhart, "suggested" by the novel by Glendon Swarthout
Worst New Star Olivia d'Abo in Bolero and Conan the Destroyer as Paloma and Princess Jehnna (respectively)
Michelle Johnson in Blame It on Rio as Jennifer Lyons
Apollonia Kotero in Purple Rain as Apollonia
Andrea Occhipinti in Bolero as Angel
Russell Todd in Where the Boys Are '84 as Scott Nash
Worst Original Song "Drinkenstein" from Rhinestone by Dolly Parton
"Love Kills" from Metropolis (re-edited version) by Freddie Mercury and Giorgio Moroder
"Sex Shooter" from Purple Rain by Prince
"Smooth Talker" from Body Rock, by David Sembello, Michael Sembello and Mark Hudson
"Sweet Lovin' Friends" from Rhinestone, music and lyrics by Dolly Parton
Worst Musical Score Bolero, music by Peter Bernstein, love scenes scored by Elmer Bernstein
Metropolis (re-edited version) and Thief of Hearts, music by Giorgio Moroder
Rhinestone, original music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, music adapted and conducted by Mike Post
Sheena, music by Richard Hartley
Where the Boys Are '84, original music by Sylvester Levay
Worst Career Achievement Award Linda Blair, Razzie scream queen

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