Contents 1 Winners and nominees 1.1 Awards 1.2 Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award 1.3 Special Achievement Award 1.4 Multiple nominations and awards 2 Presenters and performers 2.1 Presenters 2.2 Performers 3 Ceremony information 3.1 Box office performance of nominated films 3.2 Critical reviews 3.3 Ratings and reception 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External links


Winners and nominees[edit] The nominees for the 60th Academy Awards were announced on February 16, 1988, at 5:38 a.m. PST (13:38 UTC) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Robert Wise, president of the Academy, and actress Shirley MacLaine.[8] The Last Emperor received the most nominations with nine total; Broadcast News came in second with seven.[9][10] The winners were announced at the awards ceremony on April 11, 1988. The Last Emperor became the second film after 1958's Gigi to earn nine Oscar nominations and win all of them.[11] For the first time in Oscar history, all five Best Director nominees were born outside the United States.[12] Best Actor winner Michael Douglas became the second person to win Oscars for both acting and producing; he previously won a Best Picture award as co-producer of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.[A][13] Awards[edit] Bernardo Bertolucci, Best Director winner Michael Douglas, Best Actor winner Cher, Best Actress winner Sean Connery, Best Supporting Actor winner Olympia Dukakis, Best Supporting Actress winner John Patrick Shanley, Best Original Screenplay winner David Byrne, Best Original Score co-winner Rick Baker, Best Makeup winner Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger ().[14] Best Picture The Last Emperor – Jeremy Thomas, producer Broadcast News – James L. Brooks, producer Fatal Attraction – Stanley R. Jaffe and Sherry Lansing, producers Hope and Glory – John Boorman, producer Moonstruck – Norman Jewison and Patrick Palmer, producers Best Director Bernardo Bertolucci – The Last Emperor John Boorman – Hope and Glory Lasse Hallström – My Life as a Dog Norman Jewison – Moonstruck Adrian Lyne – Fatal Attraction Best Actor Michael Douglas – Wall Street as Gordon Gekko William Hurt – Broadcast News as Tom Grunick Marcello Mastroianni – Dark Eyes as Romano Jack Nicholson – Ironweed as Francis Phelan Robin Williams – Good Morning, Vietnam as Adrian Cronauer Best Actress Cher – Moonstruck as Loretta Castorini Glenn Close – Fatal Attraction as Alex Forrest Holly Hunter – Broadcast News as Jane Craig Sally Kirkland – Anna as Anna Meryl Streep – Ironweed as Helen Archer Best Supporting Actor Sean Connery – The Untouchables as Jim Malone Albert Brooks – Broadcast News as Aaron Altman Morgan Freeman – Street Smart as Leo "Fast Black" Smalls, Jr. Vincent Gardenia – Moonstruck as Cosmo Castorini Denzel Washington – Cry Freedom as Steve Biko Best Supporting Actress Olympia Dukakis – Moonstruck as Rose Castorini Norma Aleandro – Gaby: A True Story as Florencia Sánchez Morales Anne Archer – Fatal Attraction as Beth Gallagher Anne Ramsey – Throw Momma from the Train as Mrs. Lift Ann Sothern – The Whales of August as Tisha Doughty Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Moonstruck – John Patrick Shanley Broadcast News – James L. Brooks Au revoir les enfants – Louis Malle Hope and Glory – John Boorman Radio Days – Woody Allen Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium The Last Emperor – Mark Peploe and Bernardo Bertolucci based on the autobiography From Emperor to Citizen: The Autobiography of Aisin-Gioro Pu Yi by Henry Pu Yi The Dead – Tony Huston based on the short story by James Joyce Fatal Attraction – James Dearden based on the teleplay Diversion by James Dearden Full Metal Jacket – Stanley Kubrick, Michael Herr, and Gustav Hasford based on the novel The Short-Timers by Gustav Hasford My Life as a Dog – Lasse Hallström, Reidar Jonsson, Brasse Brannstrom, and Per Berglund based on the novel Mitt liv som hund by Reidar Jönsson Best Foreign Language Film Babette's Feast (Denmark) in Danish and French – Gabriel Axel Au Revoir Les Enfants (France) in French  – Louis Malle Course Completed (Spain) in Spanish – José Luis Garci The Family (Italy) in Italian – Ettore Scola Pathfinder (Norway) in Sami – Nils Gaup Best Documentary Feature The Ten-Year Lunch: The Wit and Legend of the Algonquin Round Table – Aviva Slesin Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years/Bridge to Freedom 1965 – Callie Crossley and James A. DeVinney Hellfire: A Journey from Hiroshima – John Junkerman and John W. Dower Radio Bikini – Robert Stone A Stitch for Time – Barbara Herbich and Cyril Christo Best Documentary Short Subject Young at Heart – Sue Marx and Pamela Conn Frances Steloff: Memoirs of a Bookseller – Deborah Dickson In the Wee Wee Hours... – Frank Daniel and Izak Ben-Meir Language Says It All – Megan Williams Silver Into Gold – Lynn Mueller Best Live Action Short Film Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall – Jonathan Sanger and Jana Sue Memel Making Waves – Ann Wingate Shoeshine – Robert A. Katz Best Animated Short Film The Man Who Planted Trees – Frédéric Back George and Rosemary – Eunice Macaulay Your Face – Bill Plympton Best Original Score The Last Emperor – David Byrne, Cong Su, and Ryuichi Sakamoto Cry Freedom – George Fenton and Jonas Gwangwa Empire of the Sun – John Williams The Untouchables – Ennio Morricone The Witches of Eastwick – John Williams Best Original Song "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing – Music by Franke Previte, John DeNicola, and Donald Markowitz; Lyrics by Franke Previte "Cry Freedom" from Cry Freedom – Music and Lyrics by George Fenton and Jonas Gwangwa "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" from Mannequin – Music and Lyrics by Albert Hammond and Diane Warren "Shakedown" from Beverly Hills Cop II – Music by Harold Faltermeyer and Keith Forsey; Lyrics by Harold Faltermeyer, Keith Forsey, and Bob Seger "Storybook Love" from The Princess Bride – Music and Lyrics by Willy DeVille Best Sound The Last Emperor – Bill Rowe and Ivan Sharrock Empire of the Sun – Robert Knudson, Don Digirolamo, John Boyd, and Tony Dawe Lethal Weapon – Les Fresholtz, Dick Alexander, Vern Poore, and Bill Nelson RoboCop – Michael J. Kohut, Carlos Delarios, Aaron Rochin, and Robert Wald The Witches of Eastwick – Wayne Artman, Tom Beckert, Tom E. Dahl, and Art Rochester Best Art Direction The Last Emperor – Art Direction: Ferdinando Scarfiotti; Set Decoration: Bruno Cesari and Osvaldo Desideri Empire of the Sun – Art Direction: Norman Reynolds; Set Decoration: Harry Cordwell Hope and Glory – Art Direction: Anthony Pratt; Set Decoration: Joanne Woollard Radio Days – Art Direction: Santo Loquasto; Set Decoration: Carol Joffe, Leslie Bloom, and George DeTitta Jr. The Untouchables – Art Direction: Patrizia von Brandenstein and William A. Elliott; Set Decoration: Hal Gausman Best Makeup Harry and the Hendersons – Rick Baker Happy New Year – Bob Laden Best Costume Design The Last Emperor – James Acheson The Dead – Dorothy Jeakins Empire of the Sun – Bob Ringwood Maurice – Jenny Beavan and John Bright The Untouchables – Marilyn Vance-Straker Best Cinematography The Last Emperor – Vittorio Storaro Broadcast News – Michael Ballhaus Empire of the Sun – Allen Daviau Hope and Glory – Philippe Rousselot Matewan – Haskell Wexler Best Film Editing The Last Emperor – Gabriella Cristiani Broadcast News – Richard Marks Empire of the Sun – Michael Kahn Fatal Attraction – Michael Kahn and Peter E. Berger RoboCop – Frank J. Urioste Best Visual Effects Innerspace – Dennis Muren, Bill George, Harley Jessup, and Kenneth F. Smith Predator – Joel Hynek, Robert M. Greenberg, Richard Greenberg, and Stan Winston Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award[edit] The award honors “creative producers whose bodies of work reflect a consistently high quality of motion picture production.”[15] Billy Wilder[16] Special Achievement Award[edit] Stephen Flick and John Pospisil, for the sound effects editing of RoboCop.[17] Multiple nominations and awards[edit] Films that received multiple nominations Nominations Film 9 The Last Emperor 7 Broadcast News 6 Empire of the Sun Fatal Attraction Moonstruck 5 Hope and Glory 4 The Untouchables 3 Cry Freedom 2 Au revoir les enfants The Dead Ironweed My Life as a Dog Radio Days RoboCop The Witches of Eastwick Films that received multiple awards Awards Film 9 The Last Emperor 3 Moonstruck


Presenters and performers[edit] The following individuals, listed in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers.[18][19] Presenters[edit] Name(s) Role Simms, HankHank Simms Announcer for the 60th annual Academy Awards Wise, RobertRobert Wise (AMPAS President) Gave opening remarks welcoming guests to the awards ceremony Connery, SeanSean Connery Presenter of the award for Best Visual Effects Close, GlennGlenn Close and Michael Douglas Presenters of the award for Best Supporting Actress de Havilland, OliviaOlivia de Havilland Presenter of the award for Best Art Direction Gibson, MelMel Gibson and Danny Glover Presenters of the award for Best Cinematography Mouse, MickeyMickey Mouse and Tom Selleck Presenters of the award for Best Animated Short Chen, JoanJoan Chen and John Lone Presenters of the award for Best Documentary Short Subject Heston, CharltonCharlton Heston Presenter of the Academy Awards history montage Guttenberg, SteveSteve Guttenberg Presenter of the award for Best Documentary Feature Crystal, BillyBilly Crystal Presenter of the award for Best Sound Cage, NicolasNicolas Cage and Cher Presenters of the award for Best Supporting Actor Lowe, RobRob Lowe and Sean Young Presenters of the award for Best Film Editing Lemmon, JackJack Lemmon Presenter of the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award to Billy Wilder Minnelli, LizaLiza Minnelli and Dudley Moore Presenters of the award for Best Original Song Grey, JenniferJennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze Presenters of the award for Best Original Score Matlin, MarleeMarlee Matlin Presenter of the award for Best Actor Jones, ShirleyShirley Jones (pre-recorded footage) Presenter of the segment of the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award Weller, PeterPeter Weller as RoboCop Presenter of the award for Best Sound Effects Editing Reubens, PaulPaul Reubens as Pee-Wee Herman Presenter of the award for Best Live Action Short Film Costner, KevinKevin Costner and Daryl Hannah Presenters of the award for Best Costume Design Williams, RobinRobin Williams Presenter of the award for Best Director Candy, JohnJohn Candy Presenter of the award for Best Makeup Hepburn, AudreyAudrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck Presenters of the awards for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Screenplay Dunaway, FayeFaye Dunaway and James Garner Presenters of the award for Best Foreign Language Film Newman, PaulPaul Newman Presenter of the award for Best Actress Murphy, EddieEddie Murphy Presenter of the award for Best Picture Performers[edit] Name(s) Role Performed Conti, BillBill Conti Musical Arranger Orchestral Academy Awards Chorus, Academy Awards Chorus Performers "I Hope I Get It" from A Chorus Line DeVille, WillyWilly DeVille Performer "Storybook Love" from The Princess Bride Starship and Estefan, GloriaGloria Estefan Performers "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" from Mannequin Fenton, GeorgeGeorge Fenton and Gwangwa, JonasJonas Gwangwa Performers "Cry Freedom" from Cry Freedom Richard, LittleLittle Richard Performer "Shakedown" from Beverly Hills Cop II Medley, BillBill Medley and Jennifer Warnes Performers "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing


Ceremony information[edit] Chevy Chase hosted the 60th Academy Awards. In view of the 60th anniversary of the Academy Awards, the Academy hired film producer Samuel Goldwyn Jr. in October 1987 to oversee the telecast for the second straight year.[20] Three months later, Goldwyn selected actor and comedian Chevy Chase to emcee the 1988 ceremony.[21] In addition, after being held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for almost two decades, AMPAS decided to move the telecast to the Shrine Auditorium in order to accommodate more rehearsal time and take advantage of the large venue's seating capacity.[22] This marked the first time the facility served as the site for the Oscars since the 20th ceremony held in 1948.[23] Additionally, Goldwyn and Passetta originally planned to feature pre-recorded red carpet arrivals footage of actors who had roles in the 59 previous Best Picture winners. However, the segment was dropped altogether due to traffic problems amongst guests arriving to the ceremony.[24][25] Furthermore, the 1988 Writers Guild of America strike, which began more than a month before the ceremony, affected the telecast and its surrounding events. Despite the Writers Guild of America refusing to grant a waiver permitting writers to work on the scripted dialogue for the gala, the three head writers for the telecast, Ernest Lehman, Melville Shavelson, and Jack Rose, assured to the Academy and ABC that more than half of the material had already been completed.[26] To compensate for the missing portions of the script, Goldwyn heavily utilized comedians such as John Candy, Billy Crystal, Eddie Murphy, and Robin Williams to ad lib and improvise jokes.[27][28] During the show, many of the participants expressed support for the writers such as Best Supporting Actor winner Sean Connery who remarked in his acceptance speech, "If such a thing as a wish accompanied this award mine would be that we ended the writers' strike."[29] Box office performance of nominated films[edit] At the time of the nominations announcement on February 16, the combined gross of the five Best Picture nominees at the US box office was $221 million with an average of $48.9 million.[30] Fatal Attraction was the highest earner among the Best Picture nominees with $142 million in the domestic box office receipts. The film was followed by Broadcast News ($36.7 million), Moonstruck ($25.4 million), The Last Emperor ($11.9 million), and Hope and Glory ($5.2 million).[30] Of the 50 highest-grossing movies of the year, 39 nominations went to 17 films on the list. Only Fatal Attraction (2nd), The Untouchables (4th), Good Morning Vietnam (10th), Throw Momma from the Train (14th), Full Metal Jacket (21st), Broadcast News (26th), Wall Street (30th), and Moonstruck (39th) were nominated for Best Picture, acting, directing, or screenwriting. The other top 50 box office hits that earned nomination were Beverly Hills Cop II (1st), Lethal Weapon (7th), The Witches of Eastwick (8th), Dirty Dancing (9th), Predator (11th), RoboCop (15th), Mannequin (23rd), The Princess Bride (38th), and Innerspace (45th).[31] Critical reviews[edit] The telecast received a negative reception from media outlets. Los Angeles Times television critic Howard Rosenberg commented, "Monday night's Academy Awards telecast on ABC was the Michael Dukakis and George Bush of TV awards programs: parched, drab and leaden. You kept hoping they'd draft Mario Cuomo."[32] Tom Shales from The Washington Post wrote, "Of hope there was little and of glory almost none last night at the 60th annual Academy Awards, telecast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on ABC. Even considering the low standards set in previous years, the program seemed unusually lackluster from the word go." [33] Columnist Matt Roush of USA Today quipped, "Chevy Chase stopped the show. Cold. Over and over. As the ever-unctuous host, he tried to get laughs by picking his nose and sneezing into his hand when his ad-libs failed, which was often." He also observed that The Last Emperor domination of the awards created a dull and anticlimactic atmosphere to the proceedings.[34] Ratings and reception[edit] The American telecast on ABC drew in an average of 42.2 million people over its length, which was a 13% increase from the previous year's ceremony.[35] An estimated 70 million total viewers watched all or part of the awards.[36] The show also drew higher Nielsen ratings compared to the previous ceremony with 29.2% of households watching over a 49 share.[37] In July 1988, the ceremony presentation received four nominations at the 40th Primetime Emmys.[38][39] The following month, the ceremony won one of those nominations for Outstanding Variety Music Events Programming (Samuel Goldwyn, Jr.).[40]


See also[edit] Academy Award portal Film portal United States portal 8th Golden Raspberry Awards 30th Grammy Awards 40th Primetime Emmy Awards 41st British Academy Film Awards 42nd Tony Awards 45th Golden Globe Awards List of submissions to the 60th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film


Notes[edit] A^ : Laurence Oliver was the first person to accomplish this feat. He won Best Picture as one of the producers of Hamlet and won Best Actor for playing the titular role in that same film.[13]


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