Awards for 1965

Primetime Emmy

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers

WINNERS

The Magnificent Yankee: Alfred Lunt (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For playing "Oliver Wendell Holmes". Alfred Lunt was not present at the award's ceremony. Melvyn Douglas accepted the award on his behalf.

The Magnificent Yankee: Lynn Fontanne (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
For playing "Fanny Bowditch Holmes". Lynn Fontanne was not present at the award's ceremony. 'Joan Crawford' accepted the award on her behalf.



NOMINEES




The Andy Williams Show: Julie Andrews (NBC)
For episode on 30 November 1964.






Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Bob Hope (NBC)
For episode "Bob Hope Comedy Special (#1.24)".

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Lighting Directors

WINNER

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Technical Directors

WINNER

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Directors

WINNER

The Defenders: Paul Bogart (director) (CBS)
For episode "The 700 Year Old Gang".

NOMINEE

Outstanding Achievement in News, Information, Documentary and Sports - Writing

WINNER

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Cinematographer

WINNER

12 O'Clock High: William W. Spencer (cinematographer) (ABC)

NOMINEES


Bonanza: Haskell B. Boggs (cinematographer), William P. Whitley (cinematographer) (NBC)

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Art Directors and Set Decorators

WINNERS


NOMINEES


Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Costume Designers

NOMINEE

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Special Photographic Effects

WINNER

Individual Achievements in News, Documentaries and Sports - Musicians

WINNER

A Golden Prison: The Louvre: Norman Dello Joio (composer/conductor) (NBC)

NOMINEE

Saga of Western Man: Ulpio Minucci (composer), Rayburn Wright (conductor) (ABC)
For episode "Leonardo da Vinci".

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Musicians

WINNER

My Name Is Barbra: Peter Matz (music director) (CBS)

NOMINEE

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Make-Up Artist

WINNER

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Choreographers

WINNER

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Color Consultant

WINNER

Bonanza: Edward P. Ancona Jr. (color consultant) (NBC)

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Editors

NOMINEE

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Writers

WINNER

The Defenders: David Karp (writer) (CBS)
For episode "The 700 Year Old Gang".

NOMINEES



The Magnificent Yankee: Robert Hartung (teleplay) (National Broadcasting Company (NBC))
Emmet Lavery is listed on the official Emmy Database for writing the original book. Lavery was not listed as an Emmy nominee on earlier press releases.

The Dick Van Dyke Show: Carl Reiner (CBS)
For episode "Never Bathe On Sunday".

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Production Crew

NOMINEE

Outstanding Program Achievements in Entertainment

WINNERS




NOMINEES


Who Has Seen the Wind?: George Sidney (producer) (American Broadcasting Company (ABC))
Shown within "Xerox Specials".




The Defenders: Bob Markell (producer) (CBS)



Mr. Novak: Leonard Freeman (producer) (NBC)

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