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31st Saturn Awards

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31st Saturn Awards

The 31st Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy and horror film and television in 2004, were held on May 3, 2005 at the Universal City Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Below is a complete list of nominees and winners. Winners are highlighted in bold.

Film Nominations

Best Sci-Fi Film

Best Fantasy Film

Best Horror Film

Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film

Best Animated Film

Best Actor

Best Actress

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress

Best Young Actor/Actress

Best Director

Best Screenplay

Best Score

Best Costume Design

Best Make-Up

Best Visual Effects

Television Nominations

Best Network TV Series

Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series

Best Television Presentation

Best Television Actor

Best Television Actress

Best Supporting Television Actor

Best Supporting Television Actress

DVD Nominations

Best DVD Release

Best DVD Special Edition Release

Best DVD Classic Film Release

Best DVD Movie Collection

  • The Star Wars Trilogy
  • The Best of Abbott and Costello vol. 1 – 3.
  • The Marx Brothers Silver Collection
  • The Monster Legacy Collections
  • The Tarzan Collection
  • The Ultimate Matrix Collection

Best DVD Television Release

Best Retro Television Series on DVD

Special awards

Special Award

Filmmaker's Showcase Award

Life Career Award

Service Award

External links

  • The Official Saturn Awards Site
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