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Golden Apple Award

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The Golden Apple Award was an American award presented to entertainers by the Hollywood Women's Press Club, usually in recognition not of performance, but of behavior. The award was presented from 1941 until 2001, when the Hollywood Women's Press Club became inactive. The awards ceremony included Golden Apples to recognize actors for being easy to work with, as well as the Sour Apple Award (not presented in some years) chastising actors for being rude or difficult. Winners of the former include Bob Hope (1941) and Mae West (1969), and winners of the latter include Frank Sinatra (1946, 1951, and 1974), Elvis Presley (1966), and Joan Rivers (1983),[1] and Dale Robertson (3 times).[2]

From 1941 to 1966, the Golden Apple winners were specifically called "The Most Cooperative Actor/Actress", while the Sour Apple winners were specifically called "The Least Cooperative Actor/Actress". Starting in 1967, the Golden Apple winners were specifically called "The Male/Female Star of the Year", while the Sour Apple winner was called, simply, "The Sour Apple Winner". From 1974 onwards, there were additional – though sporadic – presentations of Golden Apples for "New Star", "New Discovery", "Daytime Star" and "Hollywood Legend".

The Louella Parsons Award was introduced in 1970. This "Lifetime Achievement" award was named for columnist Louella Parsons, founder of the Hollywood Women's Press Club. Recipients include Danny Thomas (1970) and Kirk Douglas[3], and Aaron Spelling (1998)[4].

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  1. ^ "Golden Apple Awards (1983)".
  2. ^ Bergan, Ronald (28 February 2013). "Dale Robertson obituary" – via The Guardian.
  3. ^ "Veteran Douglas is still a knockout". BBC News Online.
  4. ^ "Aaron Spelling Biography". The Biography Channel. Archived from the original on May 21, 2007.

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