Vintage Globes

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Golden Globe Moment: When Matt Damon Became “Matt Damon!”, 1998

23 years ago, before he was the lean, mean, muscled killing machine that is Jason Bourne - and a star and key power player in the industry - Matt Damon had caught our eye as a razor-thin, drug-addicted Army medic in director Edward Zwick’s Courage Under Fire. The Boston native already had entries in his filmography – a bit part in the indie hit (and Julia Roberts’ feature film debut) Mystic Pizza, some TV work and more substantial roles in School Ties and Geronimo: An American Legend.
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Golden Globe Moment: Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy, 1990

Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy both win Golden Globes for Best Actor and Best Actress in a Motion Picture-Comedy or Musical for Driving Miss Daisy, at the awards ceremonies held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday, January 20, 1990.   Directed by Bruce Beresford from the play by Alfred Uhry, the movie is about the 25-year friendship between an African-American chauffeur and the white Southern lady who employs him.