The 2018 Golden Globes will mark the 75th Golden Globe Award show ceremony.

In its 75 years, the annual event, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, has honored dozens of films, television programs and actors. About 150 movies have received top awards.

In 1944, during World War II, the first Golden Globes ceremony was held at at the 20th Century Fox studios and honored the best in 1944 filmmaking. The Song of Bernadette, starring Jennifer Jones, won Best Picture.

Only one top award, Best Picture, was given every year at the Golden Globes until 1951, after which the honor was split into two awards—Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical and Best Motion Picture - Drama. In 1956, television awards were introduced.

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2016, Moonlight, La La Land

Lionsgate, A24

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2015, The Revenant, The Martian

Twentieth Century Fox

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2014, Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel

IFC Films; Fo Searchlight

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2013, 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle

Twentieth Century Fox; Columbia Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2012, Argo, Les Miserables

Universal Pictures; Warner Bros.

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2011, The Descendants, The Artist

Fox Searchlight Pictures; The Weinstein Company

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2010, The Social Network, The Kids Are All Right

Sony; Focus Features

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2009, Avatar, The Hangover

Twentieth Century Fox; Warner Bros.

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2008, Slumdog Millionaire, Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Warner Bros.; The Weinstein Company

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2007, Atonement, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Universal Pictures; Dreamworks

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2006, Babel, Dreamgirls

Paramount Pictures; Dreamworks

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2005, Brokeback Mountain, Walk the Line

Focus Feature; 20th Century Fox

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2004, The Aviator, Sideways

Warner Bros.; Fox Searchlight Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2003, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Lost in Translation

Warner Bros., Focus Features

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2002, The Hours, Chicago

Miramax; Paramount Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2001, A Beautiful Mind, Moulin Rouge!

Twentieth Century Fox; Universal Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 2000, Gladiator, Almost Famous

DreamWorks Distribution

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1999, American Beauty, Toy Story 2

DreamWorks; Pixar

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1998, Saving Private Ryan, Shakespeare in Love

Universal Pictures; DreamWorks

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1997, Titanic, As Good as It Gets

TriStar; Paramount Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1996, The English Patient, Evita

Buena Vista Pictures; Miramax

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1995, Sense and Sensibility, Babe

Columbia Pictures; Universal Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1994, Forrest Gump, The Lion King

Paramount Pictures; Disney

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1993, Schindler's List, Mrs. Doubtfire

Universal Pictures; Twentieth Century Fox

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1992, Scent of a Woman, The Player

Universal Pictures; Fine Line Features

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1991, Bugsy, Beauty and the Beast

TriStar Pictures; Disney

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1990, Dances With Wolves, Green Card

Touchstone Pictures; Orion Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1989, Born on the Fourth of July, Driving Miss Daisy

Warner Bros; Universal Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1988, Rain Man, Working Girl

United Artist; Twentieth Century Fox

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1987, The Last Emperor, Hope and Glory

Columbia Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1986, Platoon, Hannah and Her Sisters

Orion Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1985, Out of Africa, Prizzi's Honor

Twentieth Century Fox; Universal Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1984, Amadeus, Romancing the Stone

Twentieth Century Fox; Orion Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1983, Terms of Endearment, Yentl

MGM/UA Entertainment Company; Paramount Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1982, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Tootsie

Columbia Pictures; Universal Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1981, On Golden Pond, Arthur

Warner Bros.; Universal Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1980, Ordinary People, Coal Miner's Daughter

Universal Pictures; Paramount Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1979, Breaking Away, Kramer vs. Kramer

20th Century Fox; Columbia Pictures/Getty Images

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1978, Heaven Can Wait, Midnight Express

Paramount Pictures; Columbia Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1977, The Goodbye Girl, The Turning Point

Warner Bros./Getty Images; Stanley Bielecki Movie Collection/Getty Images

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1976, A Star is Born, Rocky

Warner Bros.; United Artists

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1975, The Sunshine Boys, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images; United Artists

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1974, The Longest Yard, Chinatown

Paramount Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1973, American Graffiti, The Exorcist

Universal Pictures; Warner Bros.

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1972, Cabaret, The Godfather

Allied Artists; Mondadori Portfolio by Getty Images

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1971, Fiddler on the Roof, The French Connection

United Artists; 20th Century Fox

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1970, MASH, Love Story

20th Century Fox; Paramount Pictures

Golden Globes Best Picture, 1969, Anne of the Thousand Days, The Secret of Santa Vittoria

Universal Pictures; United Artists

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The list of films who have won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical includes The Sound of MusicThe Lion KingBeauty and the BeastFiddler on the Roof, Mrs. Doubtfire, Moulin Rouge! and the 2016 Emma Stoneand Ryan Gosling romantic musical La La Land.

The list of films who have won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Drama includes The Godfather, The Exorcist, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Schindler's List, Forrest Gump, American Beauty, Gladiator, Brokeback Mountain, James Cameron's Titanic and Avatar, as well as the 2016 movie Moonlight.

Late Night's Seth Meyers will host the 2018 Golden Globes ceremony, which will air live on NBC on January 7 at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET.

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