It's been 30 years since "Platoon" won for Best Picture at the 1987 Academy Awards, and you'd be surprised to see which stars turned up on the red carpet at the big event that year. Let's take a look back and see who was in attendance on Hollywood's biggest night three decades ago! First up are Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn! Goldie, who co-hosted the Oscars telecast with Chevy Chase and Paul Hogan, arrived with her then-boyfriend of four years, Kurt. Keep reading to continue down memory lane!
Helena Bonham Carter was on hand at the 1987 Academy Awards to hand out an Oscar. The actress was paired with Matthew Broderick to present the prize for Best Documentary (Short Subject).
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Steven Spielberg received a major honor at the 1987 Academy Awards. The esteemed director was presented with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award for his work as a creative producer.
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Christopher Reeve attended the 1987 Academy Awards as a presenter. The actor handed out the award for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration alongside Isabella Rossellini.
At the 1987 Academy Awards, Tom Hanks had the honor of presenting with an icon — Bugs Bunny. The actor teamed up with the animated star to hand out the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film.
On hand to present the award for Best Director to Oliver Stone for "Platoon," Elizabeth Taylor looked lovely at the 1987 Oscars ceremony.
Matthew Broderick and then-girlfriend Jennifer Grey attended the 1987 Academy Awards together. Matthew was at the ceremony to present Best Documentary (Short Subject) with Helena Bonham Carter.
Dianne Wiest won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar at the 1987 Academy Awards for her performance as Holly in "Hannah and Her Sisters."
The one and only Oprah Winfrey (accompanied by boyfriend Stedman Graham) presented the award for Best Documentary Feature at the 1987 Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
Jeff Bridges arrived at the 1987 Oscars with his wife, Susan Bridges. The actor's role during the big night was to hand out a Best Supporting Actor statuette with Sigourney Weaver.
Marlee Matlin made history at the 1987 Oscars ceremony when she became the first deaf performer to win an Academy Award. She won the Best Actress prize for her work in "Children of a Lesser God."
Iconic film star Bette Davis attended the 1987 Academy Awards as a presenter. She handed out the Oscar for Best Actor to Paul Newman for his performance as "Fast Eddie" Felson in "The Color of Money."
Though he didn't end up winning, Willem Dafoe was up for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award in 1987 for his work in "Platoon."
Molly Ringwald was in attendance at the 1987 Academy Awards to present the Oscar for Best Film Editing.
Anjelica Huston handed out the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress alongside Don Ameche at the 1987 ceremony.
Double duty! Shirley MacLaine presented the awards for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Screenplay at the 1987 Oscars ceremony.
Rita Moreno made an appearance at the 1987 Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
Matthew Broderick posed backstage after finishing his presenter duties at the 1987 Oscars.