Awards for 1962

Primetime Emmy

Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead)

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

WINNER

The Dick Powell Theatre: Peter Falk (NBC)
For episode "The Price of Tomatoes".

NOMINEES




Alcoa Premiere: Lee Marvin (ABC)
For episode "People Need People".

Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

WINNER

NOMINEES

Bus Stop: Geraldine Brooks (ABC)
For episode "Call Back Yesterday".

The Dick Powell Theatre: Inger Stevens (NBC)
For episode "The Price of Tomatoes".

Dr. Kildare: Suzanne Pleshette (NBC)
For episode "Shining Image".

Route 66: Ethel Waters (CBS)
For episode "Goodnight, Sweet Blues".

Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead)

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor

WINNER

NOMINEES



Ben Casey: George C. Scott (ABC)
For episode "I Remember a Lemon Tree".

Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES

Ben Casey: Jeanne Cooper (ABC)
For episode "But Linda Only Smiled".

Ben Casey: Joan Hackett (ABC)
For episode "A Certain Time, A Certain Darkness".


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama

WINNER

The Defenders: Franklin J. Schaffner (CBS)
For various episodes.

NOMINEES



Alcoa Premiere: Alex Segal (ABC)
For episode "People Need People".

Dr. Kildare: Buzz Kulik (NBC)
For episode "Shining Image".

Naked City: Arthur Hiller (ABC)
For various episodes.

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy

WINNER

NOMINEES



The Red Skelton Hour: Ed Simmons (writer), David O'Brien (writer), Martin Ragaway (writer), Arthur Phillips (writer), Al Schwartz (writer), Sherwood Schwartz (writer), Red Skelton (writer) (CBS)

Car 54, Where Are You?: Nat Hiken (writer), Tony Webster (writer), Terry Ryan (writer) (NBC)

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama

WINNER

The Defenders: Reginald Rose (writer) (CBS)
For various episodes.

NOMINEES

Alcoa Premiere: Henry F. Greenberg (writer) (ABC)
For episode "People Need People".

Ben Casey: Jack Laird (writer) (ABC)
For episode "I Remember A Lemon Tree".

The Dick Powell Theatre: Richard Alan Simmons (writer) (NBC)
For episode "The Price of Tomatoes".

Twilight Zone: Rod Serling (writer) (CBS)
For various episodes.

Outstanding Writing Achievement in the Documentary Field

WINNER

NOMINEES

CBS Reports: Jay McMullen (Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS))
For episode "Biography of a Bookie Joint".

ABC Close-Up!: Arthur Holch (ABC)
For episode "Walk In My Shoes".

NBC White Paper: Al Wasserman, Arthur Zegart (NBC)
For episode "Battle of Newburgh".

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design

WINNER

NOMINEES




Twilight Zone: Philip Barber (art director) (CBS)

Outstanding Program Achievements in the Fields of Variety and Music - Variety

WINNER

NOMINEES

Here's Edie: (American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
For special/pilot episode 9 April 1962.



Outstanding Program Achievements in the Fields of Variety and Music - Music

WINNER

NOMINEES

Directions: (American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
For episode "The Thief and the Hangman".


Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series

WINNER

NOMINEES



Here's Edie: Edie Adams (American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
For special/pilot episode 9 April 1962.

Outstanding Daytime Program

WINNER

NOMINEES

Calendar: (CBS)


Today: (NBC)

The Program of the Year

WINNER

NOMINEES


ABC Close-Up!: (ABC)
For episode "Walk In My Shoes".

CBS Reports: (CBS)
For episode "Biography of a Bookie Joint".

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES


Alcoa Premiere: (ABC)
For episode "People Need People".

Ben Casey: (ABC)


Naked City: (ABC)

Outstanding Achievement in Electronic Camerawork

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Educational and Public Affairs Programming

WINNER

NOMINEES



CBS Reports: (CBS)


Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Humor

WINNER

NOMINEES



Hazel: (NBC)

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Children's Programming

WINNER

NOMINEES

1, 2, 3 Go: (NBC)




Update: (NBC)

Outstanding Engineering or Technical Achievement

WINNER

Albert W. Malang (chief engineer) (American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
For the ABC Video Expander or VTX. Developed slow motion tape.

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of News

WINNER

NOMINEES


Eyewitness to History: (Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS))
Official ATAS records list title as "Eyewitness (with Walter Cronkite)"".

Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television

WINNER

Naked City: Jack Priestley (cinematographer) (ABC)

NOMINEES


Ben Casey: Ted Voigtlander (cinematographer) (ABC)

Bonanza: Walter Castle (cinematographer), Haskell B. Boggs (cinematographer) (NBC)

Twilight Zone: George T. Clemens (cinematographer) (CBS)

Wagon Train: Walter Strenge (cinematographer) (NBC)

Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television

WINNER

Naked City: Hugh Chaloupka (editor), Aaron Nibley (editor), Charles L. Freeman (editor) (ABC)

NOMINEES




Wagon Train: Marston Fay (editor), Gene Palmer (editor) (NBC)

Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composed for Television

WINNER

NOMINEES



The Dick Powell Theatre: Leith Stevens (NBC)
For episode "The Price of Tomatoes".

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