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The musical or comedy contenders at Sunday's Golden Globes make up a strong bunch that could give their best-drama cousins a run for their money come Oscar time.
Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer and Octavia Spencer won acting honors and Martin Scorsese earned the directing prize Sunday at a Golden Globes show that was spreading Hollywood's love around among a broad range of films and TV shows.
Silent film is taking over Hollywood's awards scene. The silent-era tale "The Artist" heads the Golden Globes with six nominations, among them best comedy or musical, and acting honors for its French stars, Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo.
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