1980-for Raging Bull. 1981-Henry Fonda for On Golden Pond. 1982-Ben Kingsley for Gandhi. 1983-Robert Duvall for Tender Mercies. 1984-F. Murray Abraham for Amadeus. 1985-William Hurt for Kiss Of The Spider Woman. 1986-Paul Newman for The Color Of Money. 1987- for Wall Street. 1988-Dustin Hoffman for Rain Man. 1989-Daniel Day-Lewis for My Left Foot.
Paul Newman won the Oscar in 1986, for his role in, "The Color of Money," with Tom Cruise.
Yes. He won his only Academy Award as Best Actor for On Golden Pond (1981).
Gary Coleman is best known as a child actor in "Diff'rent Strokes."
Hall and Oats
The best movie from the 80s would be the karate kid with ralph macchio and pat morita which was made in 1984! that movie is about a bullied student who finally does KARATE
Thriller by Michael Jackson. Vincent Price does the laugh
Liverpool Greavsie's Six of the Best Matches from the 80s - 1988 V is rated/received certificates of: UK:E (Exempt from classification)
Tootsie (1982). See the Related Link below.
Yes, he's terrible. He once was a decent actor in the late 80s after to shed the image of "Mork and Mindy." But his acting choices are very poor, and he rarely helps a movie with his acting skills.
The best era of the Rolling stones was the 70s or 80s. With the love of the music flowing around.
Check the link below for the episode 'Blasters' based on characters from the 80s series "Saved by the Bell".
Burt ReynoldsBurt Reynolds is an actor who was very popular in the 1970s and 80s. Some of the movies that he starred in were Smokey and the Bandit (with Sally Field and Jerry Reed), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (with Dolly Parton), Deliverence, and The Longest Yard.
Kevin Costner played the dead body that was edited out of The Big Chill.
People in the 80s wore clothes.
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