Awards for 1960

Primetime Emmy

Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead or Support)

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor (Lead or Support)

WINNER

NOMINEES

Playhouse 90: Lee J. Cobb (CBS)
For episode "Project Immortality".

Startime: Alec Guinness (NBC)
For episode "The Wicked Scheme of Jebal Deeks (#1.6)".
(Shown within Startime).

Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress (Lead or Support)

WINNER

Startime: Ingrid Bergman (NBC)
For episode "The Turn of the Screw".

NOMINEES

Sunday Showcase: Teresa Wright (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For episode "The Margaret Bourke-White Story".

The DuPont Show of the Month: Julie Harris (CBS)
For episode "Ethan Frome".

Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead or Support)

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES

Startime: John Frankenheimer (NBC)
For episode "The Turn of the Screw".

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse: Phil Karlson (CBS)
For episode "The Untouchables".

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy

WINNER

The Jack Benny Program: Sam Perrin (writer), George Balzer (writer), Al Gordon (writer), Hal Goldman (writer) (CBS)

NOMINEES


Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama

WINNER

Twilight Zone: Rod Serling (writer) (CBS)

NOMINEES

Startime: James Costigan (writer) (NBC)
For episode "The Turn of the Screw".

Playhouse 90: Loring Mandel (writer) (CBS)
For episode "Project Immortality".

Outstanding Writing Achievement in the Documentary Field

WINNER

CBS Reports: Howard K. Smith, Av Westin (CBS)
For episode "The Population Explosion".

NOMINEES

Project XX: Richard Hanser (NBC)
For episode "Life in the Thirties".

The Twentieth Century: James Benjamin (CBS)
For episode "From Kaiser to Fuehrer".

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design

WINNER

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse: Ralph Berger (art director), Frank T. Smith (art director) (CBS)
For episode "Untouchables".

NOMINEES


The Garry Moore Show: Charles Lisanby (art director) (CBS)

Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Music

WINNER

NOMINEES



The Bell Telephone Hour: (NBC)
For episode "The Music of George Gershwin".

Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series

WINNER

The Revlon Revue: Harry Belafonte (CBS)
For "Tonight with Belafonte".

NOMINEES


Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Variety

WINNER

NOMINEES



The Revlon Revue: (CBS)
For episode "Tonight with Belafonte".

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama

WINNER

Playhouse 90: (CBS)

NOMINEES

Startime: (NBC)
For episode "The Turn of the Screw".

The DuPont Show of the Month: (CBS)
For episode "Ethan Frome".


Outstanding Achievement in Electronic Camerawork

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Public Affairs and Education

WINNER

NOMINEES

CBS Reports: (CBS)
For episode "The Population Explosion".



Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Humor

WINNER

Art Carney Special: (NBC)
For episode "Very Important People".

NOMINEES




Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Children's Programming

WINNER

NOMINEES


Lassie: (CBS)

Quick Draw McGraw: (Syndicated)

Mr. Wizard: (NBC)

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of News

WINNER

NOMINEES


Journey to Understanding: (NBC)
For coverage of Nikita Khrushev's visit to the U.S. (September 15-27, 1959)

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television

WINNER

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse: Charles Straumer (cinematographer) (CBS)
For episode "Untouchables".

NOMINEES

The Lawless Years: William Margulies (cinematographer) (NBC)
For episode "The Morrison Story".

77 Sunset Strip: Ralph Woolsey (cinematographer) (ABC)
For episode "Secret Island".

Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television

WINNER

The Untouchables: Ben Ray (editor), Robert L. Swanson (editor) (ABC)

NOMINEES


Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Edward W. Williams (editor) (CBS)
For episode "Man From the South".

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