Awards for 1975

Daytime Emmy

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Special

WINNER

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Bradford Dillman (ABC)
For episode "Last Bride of Salem (#2.6)".

NOMINEES

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Jack Carter (ABC)
For episode "The Girl Who Couldn't Lose".

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Bert Convy (ABC)
For episode "Oh, Baby, Baby, Baby...".

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Special

WINNER

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Kay Lenz (ABC)
For episode "Heart in Hiding".

NOMINEES

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Diane Baker (ABC)
For episode "Can I Save My Children?".

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Lois Nettleton (ABC)
For episode "The Last Bride of Salem".

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Julie Kavner (ABC)
For episode "The Girl Who Couldn't Lose (#3.4)".

Outstanding Individual Director for a Game or Audience Participation Show

WINNER

The Hollywood Squares: Jerome Shaw (NBC)
For episode on 28 October 1974.

NOMINEE

Let's Make a Deal: Joseph Behar (ABC)
For episode on 6 March 1975.

Outstanding Individual Director for a Daytime Variety Program

WINNER

Dinah!: Glen Swanson (Syndicated)
For episode "Dinah Salutes Broadway".

NOMINEE

The Merv Griffin Show: Dick Carson (Syndicated)
For episode with Robert Goulet, 'Louis Prima' (qv and Shecky Greene.

Outstanding Individual Director in a Daytime Drama Series

WINNER

The Young and the Restless: Richard Dunlap (CBS)
For episode on 25 November 1975.

NOMINEES

Another World: Ira Cirker (NBC)
For episode on 3 May 1974.

Days of Our Lives: Joseph Behar (NBC)
For episode on 20 November 1975.

Outstanding Individual Director for a Daytime Special Program

WINNER

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Mort Lachman (ABC)
For episode "The Girl Who Couldn't Lose".

NOMINEE

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Walter C. Miller (ABC)
For episode "Can I Save My Children".

Outstanding Writing for a Daytime Special Program

WINNER

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Audrey Davis Levin (ABC)
For episode "Heart in Hiding".

NOMINEES

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Ruth Brooks Flippen (ABC)
For episode "Oh, Baby, Baby, Baby...".

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Lila Garrett, Sandy Krinski (ABC)
For episode "The Girl Who Couldn't Lose".

Outstanding Writing for a Daytime Drama Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

The Young and the Restless: William J. Bell (CBS)
For episode on 22 October 1974.

Days of Our Lives: William J. Bell, Patricia Falken Smith, Bill Rega (NBC)
For episode on 21 November 1974.

Outstanding Daytime Drama Special

WINNER

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Ira Barmak (executive producer), Lila Garrett (producer) (ABC)
For episode "The Girl Who Couldn't Lose".

NOMINEE

The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Robert Michael Lewis (executive producer), George Paris (producer) (ABC)
For episode "The Last Bride of Salem".

Outstanding Individual Achievement Children's Programming

WINNER

ABC Funshine Saturday Sneak Peek: Elinor Bunin (graphic design & title sequence)
Umbrella Title Animation For Saturday & Sunday Morning Children's Programming

NOMINEES


Captain Kangaroo: Robert Keeshan (performer) (CBS)

Outstanding Host or Hostess in a Talk, Service or Variety Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Dinah!: Dinah Shore (Syndicated)


Outstanding Talk, Service or Variety Series

WINNER

Dinah!: Henry Jaffe (executive producer), Carolyn Raskin (executive producer), Fred Tatashore (producer) (Syndicated)

NOMINEES

The Mike Douglas Show: Jack Reilly (executive producer), Woody Fraser (producer) (Syndicated)

Today: Stuart Schulberg (executive producer), Douglas Sinsel (producer), Gene Farinet (producer) (NBC)

Outstanding Entertainment - Children's Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Captain Kangaroo: Jim Hirschfeld (producer) (CBS)

The Pink Panther Show: David H. DePatie (producer), Friz Freleng (producer) (NBC)

Outstanding Individual Achievement - Daytime Programming

NOMINEES

The Hollywood Squares: Paul Lynde (performer) (NBC)


How to Survive a Marriage: Stas Pyka (graphic designer/title sequence) (NBC)
For episode on 7 January 1975.

Outstanding Entertainment - Children's Special

WINNER

The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People: Edward Villella (executive producer), Gardner Compton (producer) (CBS)
For episode "Harlequinade".

NOMINEES


The CBS Festival of Lively Arts for Young People: Herman Krawitz (executive producer), Bob Weiner (producer) (CBS)
For episode "Ailey Celebrates Ellington".

Outstanding Host in a Game Show or Audience Participation Show

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Game or Audience Participation Show

WINNER

The Hollywood Squares: Merrill Heatter (executive producer), Bob Quigley (executive producer), Jay Redack (producer) (NBC)

NOMINEES


Jeopardy!: Robert Rubin (executive producer), Lynette Williams (producer) (NBC)

Let's Make a Deal: Stefan Hatos (executive producer), Alan Gilbert (producer) (ABC)

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

WINNER

NOMINEES

Another World: Paul Rauch (executive producer), Joe Rothenberger (producer), Mary S. Bonner (producer), Irna Phillips (creator), William J. Bell (creator) (NBC)

Days of Our Lives: Betty Corday (executive producer), Ted Corday (creator), Irna Phillips (creator), Allan Chase (creator), Jack Herzberg (producer) (NBC)

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