'Ordinary People' wins extraordinary acclaim

Robert De Niro and Mary Tyler Moore won Golden Globe awards Saturday night as best actor and actress for 1980, respectively, while "Ordinary People," for which Miss Moore won her award, was named best picture of the year, as voted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Robert Redford, who directed "Ordinary People," was named best director and Roman Polanski's "Tess" was named best foreign film.

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