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    Katharine Hepburn won astonishing 4 Oscars (all in leading category) yet wasn’t able to get a single Golden Globe! Unbelievable. The supposed reason was her uneasy relationship with the press and not arriving on the awards ceremonies. 

    She was nominated for 8 Golden Globes:
    1. 1952: Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for “Pat & Mike”. The winner: Susan Hayward, “With a Song in My Heart”
    2. 1956: Best Actress in a Drama for “The Rainmaker”. The winner: Ingrid Bergman, “Anastasia” 
    3. 1959: Best Actress in a Drama for “Suddenly, Last Summer”. The winner: her co-star, Elizabeth Taylor
    4. 1962: Best Actress in a Drama for “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”. The winner: Geraldine Page, “Sweet Bird of Youth”
    5. 1967: Best Actress in a Drama for “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”. The winner: Edith Evans, “The Whisperers”
    6. 1968: Best Actress in a Drama for “The Lion in Winter”. The winner: Joanne Woodward, “Rachel, Rachel”
    7. 1981: Best Actress in a Drama for “On Golden Pond”. The winner: Meryl Streep, “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” 
    8. 1992: Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie for “The Man Upstairs”. The winner: Laura Dern, “Afterburn”

    She won everything she possibly could for “The Lion in Winter” besides Golden Globe. Is her result (0-8) a record? 

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    Leo Grant Logan
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    For movies, the one I can think of at the top of my head is “The Godfather Part III”. Seven nominations, but no wins.

    Best Motion Picture – Drama, lost to “Dances with Wolves”
    Best Director – Francis Ford Coppola, lost to Kevin Costner for “Dances with Wolves”
    Best Actor in a Drama – Al Pacino, lost to Jeremy Irons for “Reversal of Fortune”
    Best Supporting Actor – Andy Garcia, lost to Bruce Davison for “Longtime Companion
    Best Screenplay, lost to “Dances with Wolves”
    Best Original Score, lost to “The Sheltering Sky”
    Best Original Song – “Promise Me You’ll Remember”, lost to “Blaze of Glory” from “Young Guns II” 

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    Cathy V
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    Johnny Depp comes close.  He was nominated 7 times without a win- Edward Scissorhands, Benny & Joon, Ed Wood, Pirates 1, Finding Neverland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Pirates 2.  Then he finally won for Sweeney Todd, before his much talked-about double loss in the same year for The Tourist and Alice In Wonderland (yeah I know, he probably didn’t deserve either nom that year).  So now he’s 1 for 10.  His losses aren’t as remarkable as Hepburn’s, though, because he was a long shot for most of these, and he has never won an Oscar. 

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    Will and Grace was nominated for 27 Golden Globes during its 8 years run, but failed to win any. 

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    ^ Yeah, Will and Grace holds the record among all I think. Debra Messing is also 0 for 8 at the Globes.

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    Susan Sarandon has never won. Like Katharine Hepburn, she has 8 nominations (seven for movies plus one for a tv movie).

    1988: Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, “Bull Durham” / winner: Melanie Griffith, “Working Girl”
    1990: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “White Palace” / winner: Kathy Bates, “Misery”
    1991: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Thelma & Louise” / winner: Jodie Foster, “The Silence of the Lambs”
    1992: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Lorenzo’s Oil” / winner: Emma Thompson, “Howards End”
    1995: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Dead Man Walking” / winner: Sharon Stone, “Casino”
    1998: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Stepmom” / winner: Cate Blanchett, “Elizabeth”
    2002: Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, “Igby Goes Down” / winner: Meryl Streep, “Adaptation”
    2008: Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, “Bernard and Doris” / winner: Laura Linney, “John Adams”

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    How could I forget about Susan Sarandon and “Will & Grace”?

    Susan Sarandon was out of it everytime with possible exception of her Oscar-winning turn on “Dead Man Walking”.

    Losing 27 Golden Globes is pretty much crazy. How could they not throw them even one?

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    Katharine Hepburn won astonishing 4 Oscars (all in leading category) yet wasn’t able to get a single Golden Globe! Unbelievable. The supposed reason was her uneasy relationship with the press and not arriving on the awards ceremonies. 

    She was nominated for 8 Golden Globes:
    1. 1952: Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for “Pat & Mike”. The winner: Susan Hayward, “With a Song in My Heart”
    2. 1956: Best Actress in a Drama for “The Rainmaker”. The winner: Ingrid Bergman, “Anastasia” 
    3. 1959: Best Actress in a Drama for “Suddenly, Last Summer”. The winner: her co-star, Elizabeth Taylor
    4. 1962: Best Actress in a Drama for “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”. The winner: Geraldine Page, “Sweet Bird of Youth”
    5. 1967: Best Actress in a Drama for “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”. The winner: Edith Evans, “The Whisperers”
    6. 1968: Best Actress in a Drama for “The Lion in Winter”. The winner: Joanne Woodward, “Rachel, Rachel”
    7. 1981: Best Actress in a Drama for “On Golden Pond”. The winner: Meryl Streep, “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” 
    8. 1992: Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie for “The Man Upstairs”. The winner: Laura Dern, “Afterburn”

    She won everything she possibly could for “The Lion in Winter” besides Golden Globe. Is her result (0-8) a record? 

    This just shows that the Globes are star whores.
    They nominated Thomas Jane from Hung three years in a row.
    They’ve showered “stars” who have never been nominated/won an Oscar with tons of awards.
    They just give the award to whoever they think is hot.

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    Susan Sarandon has never won. Like Katharine Hepburn, she has 8 nominations (seven for movies plus one for a tv movie).

    1988: Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, “Bull Durham” / winner: Melanie Griffith, “Working Girl”
    1990: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “White Palace” / winner: Kathy Bates, “Misery”
    1991: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Thelma & Louise” / winner: Jodie Foster, “The Silence of the Lambs”
    1992: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Lorenzo’s Oil” / winner: Emma Thompson, “Howards End”
    1995: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Dead Man Walking” / winner: Sharon Stone, “Casino”
    1998: Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama, “Stepmom” / winner: Cate Blanchett, “Elizabeth”
    2002: Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, “Igby Goes Down” / winner: Meryl Streep, “Adaptation”
    2008: Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, “Bernard and Doris” / winner: Laura Linney, “John Adams”

    I still don’t understand till this day how she lost against Stone’s cringy worthy performance. Well whatever Susan has something better and more valuable than those sill Globe statues that Stone doesn’t have.

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    Chris Beachum
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    Kevin Spacey has two Oscars and no Globes.

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