Awards for 1973

DGA Award

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series'

WINNER

M*A*S*H: Gene Reynolds, Wes McAfee (unit production manager/first assistant director) (plaque), Ronald L. Schwary (second assistant director) (plaque)
For the pilot episode.

NOMINEES

Maude: Bill Hobin
For episode "Maude's Dilemma", parts 1 + 2.

All in the Family: John Rich
For episode "The Bunkers and the Swingers".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night

WINNER

The Waltons: Robert Butler, Neil T. Maffeo (unit production manager) (plaque), Lynn Guthrie (first assistant director) (plaque), Miles Tilton (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Dust Bowl Cousins".

NOMINEES

Hawaii Five-O: Charles S. Dubin
For episodes "V for Vashon: The Son", "V for Vashon: The Father" and "V for Vashon: The Patriarch".

Marcus Welby, M.D.: Marc Daniels
For episode "Love Is When They Say They Need You".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

WINNER

The Godfather: Francis Ford Coppola, Fred C. Caruso (unit production manager) (plaque), Fred T. Gallo (assistant director) (plaque), Steven P. Skloot (assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES




Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary/News

WINNER

American Indian: This Land Was His Land, The: Aram Boyajian

NOMINEE

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety

WINNER

Liza with a Z: Bob Fosse, Kenneth Utt (unit production manager) (plaque), Paul Ganapoler (first assistant director) (plaque), John Neukum (second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television

WINNER

That Certain Summer: Lamont Johnson, Jack Terry (unit production manager) (plaque), G. Warren Smith (first assistant director) (plaque), Harvey S. Laidman (second assistant director) (plaque)

NOMINEES


Most Outstanding Television Director

WINNER

Lifetime Achievement Award

WINNERS


DGA Honorary Life Member Award

WINNER

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