Michael Douglas and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones headed for the USA Films afterparty in 2001.
Puff Daddy, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon (2002)
In 2002, Sean Combs (left) went by Puff Daddy at the InStyle/Warner Bros. postparty, where he cavorted with actress Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon and her husband, Mike Nilon.
'Sex and the City' (2003)
From left: Sarah Jessica Parker, former HBO president Carolyn Strauss, Matthew Broderick and Kristin Davis shared a table in 2003. That year, Parker and co-stars Cynthia Nixon and Kim Cattrall were nominated, but only Cattrall won.
Jessica Lange (2004)
In 2004, Jessica Lange (this year a nominee for best actress in a miniseries or TV movie for American Horror Story) attended the HBO afterparty.
'Six Feet Under' (2004)
James Cromwell congratulated fellow Six Feet Under castmember Frances Conroy, who won for best actress in a drama series, at the HBO afterparty at the Beverly Hilton in 2004.
Harvey Weinstein, Renee Zellweger, Anthony Minghella (2003)
Harvey Weinstein (center) held court at the Miramax afterparty at Trader Vic’s with Cold Mountain best actress winner Renee Zellweger and director nominee Anthony Minghella.
Sofia Coppola (2004)
At the 2004 Universal-Focus Features afterparty, Francis Ford Coppola posed with daughter Sofia, who won for best screenwriting for Lost in Translation, and nephew Nicolas Cage.
'All in the Family' (1974)
Peter Falk (left, with producer-director John Rich, who won best comedy series for All in the Family) presented a Globe to All in the Family’s Jean Stapleton in 1974 for best comedy actress. She tied with Cher for The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour.
Sylvester Stallone, Sophia Loren (1977)
Rocky star and writer Sylvester Stallone and Sophia Loren, named Female World Film Favorite, chatted at the 1977 Globes, where Rocky won best drama.
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1977)
In 1977, Arnold Schwarzenegger won best male acting debut for Stay Hungry.
Julie Andrews (1964)
Mary Poppins star Julie Andrews enjoyed her first Globe as Jerry Lewis looked on.
'I’ll Fly Away' (1993)
Sam Waterston and Regina Taylor, stars of I’ll Fly Away, clinked statuettes in 1993 after winning TV drama acting awards.
Laurence Olivier (1983)
1983 DeMille winner Laurence Olivier got love from Ben Kingsley (left), best actor in a drama for Gandhi, and Dustin Hoffman, best actor in a comedy or musical for Tootsie.
'Good Will Hunting' (1998)
Ben Affleck (left) and Matt Damon’s breakthrough: their win for screenwriting for Good Will Hunting in 1998. Affleck went on to be nominated two more times (this year for best director for Argo) and Damon three more times for acting.
Edward G. Robinson, Maurice Chevalier, Susan Kohner (1959)
In 1959, Edward G. Robinson (left) compared Cecil B. DeMille winner Maurice Chevalier’s statuette with the one belonging to New Star of the Year recipient Susan Kohner. Kohner, who earned both a Globe and an Oscar nom the next year for Imitation of Life (and whose father was superagent Paul Kohner), is the mother of American Pie directors Chris and Paul Weitz.
Macaulay Culkin (1991)
Nominee Macaulay Culkin pulled his Home Alone trademark move at the 1991 Globes.
Shirley MacLaine, Barbra Streisand (1984)
In 1984, Shirley MacLaine (left) clutched her award for best actress (Terms of Endearment) while Barbra Streisand held two statuettes — for best director (Yentl) and for best comedy/musical. Streisand received the DeMille honor in 2000 and has been nominated for Globes seven times.
Alfred Hitchcock (1947)
In 1947, Alfred Hitchcock showed his famous profile as presenter of Rosalind Russell’s best actress Globe for Mourning Becomes Electra.
Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Todd (1957)
In 1957, Elizabeth Taylor played supporting wife to producer Michael Todd, who won for Around the World in 80 Days.
Kirk Douglas (1957)
Best actor winner for Lust for LifeKirk Douglas and wife Anne celebrated at the Globes in 1957.