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Slumdog Slam Dunks Globes

Jan. 12 2009, Published 1:02 p.m. ET

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WINNER Dev Patel and Freida Pinto star in the Danny Boyle film Slumdog Millionaire Well, last night's Golden Globes are finally over. fave Slumdog Millionaire won it all. Best drama, best director, screenplay and musical score.

Kate Winslet took home 2 Globes for best dramatic actress in Revolutionary Road and supporting actress in The Reader. She also came very close to reenacting a tear-filled Titanic moment with co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.

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Mickey Rourke, looking like a cross between Elton John and Jack Sparrow, took home best dramatic actor for The Wrestler. Bruce Springsteen won for best song.

Woody Allen's romance Vicky Cristina Barcelona won for best musical or comedy film.

And our robotic pal Wall-E won for best animated feature.

The late Heath Ledger won best supporting for The Dark Night. The award was accepted by the film's director Christopher Nolan who noted, "All of us who worked with Heath on The Dark Knight accept this with an awful mixture of sadness, but incredible pride.

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"After Heath passed, you saw a hole ripped in the future of cinema."

The 3 films that got every critic's panties in a bunch - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Doubt and Frost/Nixon - were all denied.

As for TV, Mad Men won best TV drama.

30 Rock won best comedy series, with stars Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin winning the acting Globes in a musical or comedy.



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