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"Argo" won the top prize - best dramatic movie - at the 70th annual Golden Globes on Sunday (January 13). The Iranian hostage ...
film also earned its director, Ben Affleck, a Globe - three days after he failed to get an Oscar nomination in the same category. On the dramatic acting side, Daniel Day Lewis took home the award for best actor for his turn in "Lincoln."
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