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7th Golden Raspberry Awards

7th Golden Raspberry Awards
The seventh Golden Raspberry Awards was held at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Date March 29, 1987
Site Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, California
Worst Picture Howard the Duck and Under the Cherry Moon
Most awards Under the Cherry Moon (5)
Most nominations Under the Cherry Moon (8)

The 7th Golden Raspberry Awards were held on March 29, 1987, at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel to recognize the worst the movie industry had to offer in 1986. For the first time, the Razzies had a tie for Worst Picture, between Howard the Duck and Under the Cherry Moon. Recipients are denoted in bold:

Awards and nominations

  Winner (in bold)
Category Recipient
Worst Picture Howard the Duck (Universal) (tie) and Under the Cherry Moon (Warner Bros.) (tie)
Blue City (Paramount)
Cobra (Warner Bros./Cannon)
Shanghai Surprise (MGM)
Worst Actor Prince in Under the Cherry Moon as Christopher Tracy
Emilio Estevez in Maximum Overdrive as Bill Robinson
Judd Nelson in Blue City as Billy Turner
Sean Penn in Shanghai Surprise as Glendon Wasey
Sylvester Stallone in Cobra as Marion "Cobra" Cobretti
Worst Actress Madonna in Shanghai Surprise as Gloria Tatlock
Kim Basinger in 9½ Weeks as Elizabeth McGraw
Joan Chen in Tai-Pan as May-May
Brigitte Nielsen in Cobra as Ingrid Knudsen
Ally Sheedy in Blue City as Annie Rayford
Worst Supporting Actor Jerome Benton in Under the Cherry Moon as Tricky
Peter O'Toole in Club Paradise as Governor Anthony C. Hayes
Tim Robbins in Howard the Duck as Phil Blumburtt
Brian Thompson in Cobra as The Night Slasher
Scott Wilson in Blue City as Perry Kerch
Worst Supporting Actress Dom DeLuise (in drag) in Haunted Honeymoon as Aunt Kate Abbot
Louise Fletcher in Invaders from Mars as Mrs. McKeltch
Zelda Rubinstein in Poltergeist II: The Other Side as Tangina Barrons
Beatrice Straight in Power as Claire Hastings
Kristin Scott Thomas in Under the Cherry Moon as Mary Sharon
Worst Director Prince for Under the Cherry Moon
Jim Goddard for Shanghai Surprise
Willard Huyck for Howard the Duck
Stephen King for Maximum Overdrive
Michelle Manning for Blue City
Worst Screenplay Howard the Duck, written by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, based on the Marvel Comics character created by Steve Gerber
Cobra, screenplay by Sylvester Stallone, based on the novel Fair Game by Paula Gosling
9½ Weeks, screenplay by Patricia Knop & Zalman King and Sarah Kernochan, based on the novel by Elizabeth McNeill
Shanghai Surprise, screenplay by John Kohn and Robert Bentley, based on the novel Farraday's Flowers by Tony Kenrick
Under the Cherry Moon, screenplay by Becky Johnston
Worst New Star The six guys and gals in the duck suit in Howard the Duck
Joan Chen in Tai-Pan as May-May
Mitch Gaylord in American Anthem as Steve Tevere
Kristin Scott Thomas in Under the Cherry Moon as Mary Sharon
Brian Thompson in Cobra as The Night Slasher
Worst Original Song "Love or Money" from Under the Cherry Moon, written by Prince and The Revolution
"Howard the Duck" from George S. Clinton
"I Do What I Do" from 9½ Weeks, written by Jonathan Elias, John Taylor and Michael Des Barres
"Life in a Looking Glass" from That's Life!, music by Henry Mancini, lyrics by Leslie Bricusse (nominated for an Oscar)
"Shanghai Surprise" from George Harrison
Worst Visual Effects Howard the Duck, visual effects by Industrial Light and Magic
Invaders from Mars, special visual effects by John Dykstra, creatures designed by Stan Winston
King Kong Lives, creature creations by Carlo Rambaldi
Worst Career Achievement Award Bruce the rubber shark from Jaws (1975), Jaws 2 (1978) and Jaws 3-D (1983)

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