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"Hudson Hawk' gets 3 Razzies

Published Mar. 30, 1992|Updated Oct. 11, 2005

Hudson Hawk won three top prizes Sunday, but star Bruce Willis and the film's producers probably don't want to crow about them.

The film won Razzies, the awards of the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation, for worst picture, worst screenplay and worst director of 1991.

The 12th annual spoof awards honoring the year's worst films are presented as a comic counterpoint to the Academy Awards, scheduled for tonight.

Sean Young won twice: worst actress, as the twin who survives in the romantic thriller A Kiss Before Dying, and worst supporting actress, as the twin who's murdered.

Kevin Costner, the arrow-wielding star of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, was named worst actor. Dan Aykroyd was picked worst supporting actor for Nothing But Trouble.

Rapper Vanilla Ice took the Razzie for worst new star for his performances in Cool As Ice and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze.

The worst original song was Addams Groove by Hammer from The Addams Family.

The awards are organized by John Wilson, a Los Angeles writer of movie advertising trailers and TV commercials. Winners are selected by 350 voters, including film industry professionals, journalists, publicists and his friends.


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