Awards for 1964

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 Defenders: Jack Klugman (CBS)
For playing "Joe Larch".
For episode "Blacklist".

NOMINEES


Arrest and Trial: Roddy McDowall (ABC)
For playing "Paul LeDoux".
For espisode "Journey into Darkness".

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Rod Steiger (NBC)
For playing "Mike Kirsch".
For episode "A Slow Fade to Black".

East Side/West Side: James Earl Jones (CBS)
For playing "Joe".
For episode "Who Do You Kill?".

The Doctors and the Nurses: Harold J. Stone (CBS)
For playing "Elihu Kaminsky".
For episode "Nurse is a Feminine Noun".

Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

WINNER

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Shelley Winters (NBC)
For playing "Jenny Dworak".
For episode "Two Is The Number".

NOMINEES

East Side/West Side: Diana Sands (CBS)
For playing "Ruth".
For episode "Who Do You Kill?".

The Doctors and the Nurses: Ruby Dee (CBS)
For playing "Jenny Bishop".
For episode "Express Stop from Lennox Avenue".

The Richard Boone Show: Bethel Leslie (NBC)
For playing "Ellen Dudley".
For episode "Statement of Fact".

The Richard Boone Show: Jeanette Nolan (NBC)
For playing "Jessie McCoony".
For episode "Vote No on 11!".

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

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor

WINNER

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Albert Paulsen (NBC)
For episode "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich".

NOMINEES

Combat!: Conlan Carter (ABC)
For episode "The Hostages".

Dr. Kildare: Sorrell Booke (NBC)
For episode "What's God to Julius?".

The Doctors and the Nurses: Carl Lee (CBS)
For episode "Express Shop from Lenox Avenue".

Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES

Arrest and Trial: Martine Bartlett (ABC)
For episode "Journey Into Darkness".

Arrest and Trial: Anjanette Comer (ABC)
For episode "Journey Into Darkness".


The Doctors and the Nurses: Claudia McNeil (CBS)
For episode "Express Shop from Lenox Avenue".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama

WINNER

East Side/West Side: Tom Gries (CBS)
For episode "Who Do You Kill?".

NOMINEES


Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Sydney Pollack (NBC)
For episode "Something About Lee Wiley".

The Defenders: Paul Bogart (CBS)
For episode "Moment of Truth".

The Defenders: Stuart Rosenberg (CBS)
For episode "Blacklist".

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety or Music

WINNER

NOMINEES



The Bell Telephone Hour: Clark Jones, Sid Smith (NBC)
For various programs.

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Original

WINNER

The Defenders: Ernest Kinoy (writer) (CBS)
For episode "Blacklist".

NOMINEES

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: David Rayfiel (writer) (NBC)
For episode "Something About Lee Wiley".

Breaking Point: Allan Sloane (ABC)
For episode "And James Was A Very Small Snail".

Dr. Kildare: Adrian Spies (NBC)
For episode "What's God to Julius?".

East Side/West Side: Arnold Perl (CBS)
For episode: "Who Do You Kill?".

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Adaptation

WINNER

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Rod Serling (adaptation writer) (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For episode "It's Mental Work".

NOMINEES

The Richard Boone Show: Walter Newman (adaptation writer) (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For episode "The Hooligan".


Alfred Hitchcock Presents: James Bridges (adaptation writer) (CBS)
For episode "The Jar".

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy or Variety

WINNER

NOMINEES


The Farmer's Daughter: Steve Gethers (writer), Jerry Davis (writer), Lee Loeb (writer), John McGreevey (writer) (ABC)

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Music

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series

WINNER

NOMINEES



The Judy Garland Show: Barbra Streisand (CBS)
For episode on 6 October 1963.

That Was the Week That Was: Burr Tillstrom (NBC)
For various episodes.

Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Documentary Programs

WINNER

NOMINEES

The DuPont Show of the Week: William Jersey (producer/writer) (NBC)
For episode "Manhattan Battleground".

Saga of Western Man: John H. Secondari (producer/writer), Helen Jean Rogers (producer) (ABC)


Greece: The Golden Age: Lou Hazam (producer/writer) (NBC)

The Kremlin: George Vicas (producer/writer), Norman Borisoff (writer), Aram Boyajian (writer) (NBC)

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of News Reports

WINNER

NOMINEES

ABC World News Tonight with David Muir: (American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
Official ATAS records lists title as "Ron Cochran with The News".

(National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For NBC Special News Reports.

The Program of the Year

WINNER

NOMINEES




The Defenders: (CBS)
For episode "Blacklist".

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Variety

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama

WINNER

NOMINEES



Mr. Novak: (NBC)

Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Comedy

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of News Commentary or Public Affairs

WINNER

NBC White Paper: (NBC)
For part I: The Bay of Pigs and part II: The Missile Crisis.

NOMINEES



CBS Reports: (CBS)

Outstanding Achievement in Electronic Photography

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Children's Programming

WINNER

Discovery: (ABC)

NOMINEES


Exploring: (NBC)


Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Television

WINNER

NOMINEES



East Side/West Side: Jack Priestley (cinematographer) (CBS)

Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Television

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Achievement in Composing Original Music for Television

WINNER

NOMINEES


Saga of Western Man: Ulpio Minucci (composer), Joe Moon (composer), Rayburn Wright (composer) (ABC)



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