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Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 1984

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
Tuesday Weld
For episode "The Winter of Our Discontent (#33.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1983

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or a Special
Arthur Ibbetson
For episode "Witness for the Prosecution (#32.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1982

Won
Governor's Award

For the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" program series. Dedicated to the standards of quality throughout ... More

For the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" program series. Dedicated to the standards of quality throughout the thirty-one years on television, the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" has brought millions of Americans an opportunity to see the classic dramas of the past and outstanding works of contemporary playwrights.

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
Cicely Tyson
For episode "The Marva Collins Story (#31.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1980

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Film Editing for a Limited Series or a Special
Bill Blunden (editor)
Alan Pattillo (editor)
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Art Direction for a Limited Series or a Special
John Stoll (production designer)
Karel Vacek (art director)
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series or a Special
Delbert Mann (director)
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special
Martin Starger (executive producer)
Norman Rosemont (producer)
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Outstanding Drama or Comedy Special
John Houseman (executive producer)
David W. Rintels (producer)
For episode "Gideon's Trumpet (#29.3)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Creative Technical Crafts
Roy Whybrow (special effects - cinematography)
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a Special
Henry Fonda
For episode "Gideon's Trumpet (#29.3)".
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Special
Ernest Borgnine
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
Patricia Neal
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".
Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or a Special
David W. Rintels (writer)
For episode "Gideon's Trumpet (#29.3)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1979

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Tape Sound Mixing
Georja Skinner (sound mixer)
Phillip Seretti (sound mixer)
For episode "Return Engagement (#28.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1978

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy or Drama Special
Burgess Meredith
For episode "The Last Hurrah (#27.1)".
Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Drama or Comedy Special
Mariette Hartley
For episode "The Last Hurrah (#27.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1977

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Jenn de Joux (videoanimation)
Elizabeth Savel (videoanimation)
For episode "Peter Pan (#26.3)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design for a Drama Special
Albert Wolsky (costume designer)
For episode "Beauty and the Beast (#26.2)".
Outstanding Achievement in Make-Up
Del Acevedo (makeup)
John Chambers (makeup)
Daniel C. Striepeke (makeup)
For episode "Beauty and the Beast (#26.2)".
Outstanding Children's Special
Gary Smith (executive producer/producer)
Dwight Hemion (executive producer)
For episode "Peter Pan (#26.3)".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama or Comedy Special
George C. Scott
For episode "Beauty and the Beast (#26.2)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1974

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Bill Zaharuk (art director)
Peter Razmofsky (set decorator)
For episode "The Borrowers (#23.2)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Children's Special
Duane Bogie (executive producer)
Walt deFaria (producer)
Warren Lockhart (producer)
For episode "The Borrowers (#23.2)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Judith Anderson (performer)
For episode "The Borrowers (#23.2)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Juul Haalmeyer (costume designer)
For episode "The Borrowers (#23.2)".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming
Walter C. Miller (director)
For episode "The Borrowers (#23.2)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1973

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy, Variety or Music
Walter C. Miller
For episode "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (#22.3)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1971

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama
Margaret Leighton
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction or Scenic Design - For a Dramatic Program or Feature Length Film, a Single Program of a Series or a Special Program
Peter Roden
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction
John Rook
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design
Martin Baugh (costume designer)
David Walker (costume designer)
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Live or Tape Sound Mixing
Henry Bird
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Program - Drama or Comedy
Cecil Clarke (executive producer)
George LeMaire (producer)
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama - A Single Program
Peter Wood
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Adaptation
John Barton
For episode "Hamlet"
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Claude Chagrin
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Makeup
Marie Roche
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition - For a Special Program
John Addison
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction of a Variety, Musical or Dramatic Program
John Addison (music director)
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".
Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing
Ray Knipe (editor)
National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
For episode "Hamlet (#20.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1969

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Bill Travers
For episode "The Admirable Crichton (#17.4)".
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Pamela Brown
For episode "The Admirable Crichton (#17.4)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1968

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Dramatic Program
George Schaefer (producer)
For episode "Elizabeth the Queen (#17.3)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama
Geneviève Bujold
For episode "Saint Joan".
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama
Judith Anderson
For episode "Elizabeth the Queen (#17.3)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1967

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
George Schaefer
For episode "Anastasia".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1966

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama
James Daly
For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama
Millard Lampell (writer)

For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)". At the presentation of the award, Lampell said: "I think I ... More

For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)". At the presentation of the award, Lampell said: "I think I ought to mention that I was blacklisted for 10 years," one of the first public acknowledgments of the effects of the McCarthy era.

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Dramatic Program
George Schaefer (producer)
For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)".
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama
Trevor Howard
For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)".
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Drama
Pamela Franklin
For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
George Schaefer
For episode "Eagle in a Cage (#15.1)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1965

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Program Achievements in Entertainment
George Schaefer (producer)
For episode "The Magnificent Yankee".
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers
Lynn Fontanne

For episode "The Magnificent Yankee". Lynn Fontanne was not present at the award's ceremony. 'Joan ... More

For episode "The Magnificent Yankee". Lynn Fontanne was not present at the award's ceremony. 'Joan Crawford' accepted the award on her behalf.

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and Performers
Alfred Lunt

For episode "The Magnificent Yankee". Alfred Lunt was not present at the award's ceremony. Melvyn ... More

For episode "The Magnificent Yankee". Alfred Lunt was not present at the award's ceremony. Melvyn Douglas accepted the award on his behalf.

Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Make-Up Artist
Bob O'Bradovich
For episode "The Magnificient Yankee".
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Lighting Directors
Phil Hyms (lighting director)
For episode "The Magnificent Yankee".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Costume Designers
Noel Taylor (costume designer)
For episode "The Magnificent Yankee".
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Musicians
Herbert Grossman (music director)
For episode "The Fantasticks".
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Art Directors and Set Decorators
Warren Clymer
NBC
For episode "The Magnificent Yankee".
Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Writers
Robert Hartung (writer)
NBC

For episode "The Magnificent Yankee". Emmet Lavery is listed on the official Emmy Database for ... More

For episode "The Magnificent Yankee". 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.


Primetime Emmy Awards 1964

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress
Ruth White
For episode "Little Moon of Alban".
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design
Warren Clymer
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Jason Robards
For episode "Abe Lincoln in Illinois (#13.4)". For playing "Abe Lincoln".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
George Schaefer
For episode "The Patriots (#13.2)".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama - Adaptation
Robert Hartung (adaptation writer)
NBC
For episode "The Patriots".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1963

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Trevor Howard
For episode "Invincible Mr. Disraeli (#12.4)".
Outstanding Achievement in Electronic Camera Work
NBC
For episode "Invincible Mr. Disraeli (#12.4)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor
Hurd Hatfield
For episode "Invincible Mr. Disraeli (#12.4)".
Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor
Paul Ford
For episode "The Teahouse of the August Moon".
Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress
Kate Reid
For episode "Invincible Mr. Disraeli (#12.4)".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
George Schaefer
For episode "Invincible Mr. Disraeli (#12.4)".
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama
James Lee
For episode "Invincible Mr. Disraeli (#12.4)".
Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Scenic Design
Warren Clymer (art director)
NBC

Primetime Emmy Awards 1962

Won
Primetime Emmy
The Program of the Year
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Julie Harris
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actress
Pamela Brown
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Drama
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
James Donald
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role by an Actor
Barry Jones
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama
George Schaefer
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".
Outstanding Achievement in Electronic Camerawork
O. Tamburri (camera work)
NBC

Primetime Emmy Awards 1958

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Best Dramatic Anthology Series

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2012

Nominated
Actor
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Betty White

American Cinema Editors, USA 1997

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Two-Hour Movie for Non-Commercial Television
Michael N. Knue
For episode "Lily Dale (#45.4)".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1992

Won
Eddie
Best Edited Television Special
John Wright
For episode "Sarah, Plain and Tall".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1990

Nominated
Eddie
Best Edited Television Special
Paul Rubell
John Wright
For episode "My Name Is Bill W. (#38.3)".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1988

Won
Eddie
Best Edited Television Special
Paul LaMastra
For episode "Foxfire".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1982

Won
Eddie
Best Edited Television Special
Marjorie Fowler
For episode "The Marva Collins Story (#31.1)".

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 1991

Nominated
ASC Award
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Pilots
William Wages
For episode "Caroline? (#39.3)".

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 1990

Nominated
ASC Award
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Pilots
Neil Roach
For episode "My Name Is Bill W. (#38.3)".

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 1988

Nominated
ASC Award
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Mini-Series or Specials
Gayne Rescher
For episode "Promise (#36.1)".

Australian Cinematographers Society 1974

Won
Cinematographer of the Year
John R. McLean
For episode "The Hands of Cormac Joyce (#22.1)".

Berlin International Film Festival 1961

Nominated
Golden Berlin Bear
George Schaefer
For episode "Macbeth (II) (#10.2)".

Black Reel Awards 2012

Nominated
Black Reel
Outstanding Television or Mini-Series Performance, Male
Mykelti Williamson
For episode "Have a Little Faith"

Casting Society of America, USA 1991

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Movie of the Week
Marsha Kleinman
For episode "Sarah, Plain and Tall".

Casting Society of America, USA 1989

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Movie of the Week
Marsha Kleinman
For episode "Home Fires Burning (#38.2)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1987

Nominated
Artios
Best Casting for TV Movie of the Week
Marsha Kleinman
For episode "Promise (#36.1)".
Best Casting for TV Movie of the Week
Marsha Kleinman
For episode "Resting Place (#35.2)".

Casting Society of America, USA 1986

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Movie of the Week
Mary Colquhoun
For episode "Love Is Never Silent (#35.1)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1990

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Specials
Daniel Petrie
For episode "My Name Is Bill W. (#38.3)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1988

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Specials
Jud Taylor
Murray Schwartz (unit production manager) (plaque)
Frederic B. Blankfein (first assistant director) (plaque)
John Eyler (second assistant director) (plaque)
For episode "Foxfire (#37.2)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1981

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Specials/Movies for TV/Actuality
Robert L. Collins
For episode "Gideon's Trumpet (#29.3)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1980

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Specials/Movies for TV/Actuality
Delbert Mann
For episode "All Quiet on the Western Front (#29.1)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1970

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
For episode "The File on Devlin".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1967

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
For episode "Barefoot in Athens".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1966

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
For episode "The Magnificent Yankee".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1965

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
For episode "Abe Lincoln in Illinois (#13.4)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1964

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
Adrienne Luraschi (associate director) (plaque)
For episode "Pygmalion (#12.3)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1963

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
For episode "The Teahouse of the August Moon".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1962

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
For episode "Victoria Regina (#11.2)".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1961

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television
George Schaefer
Adrienne Luraschi (associate director) (plaque)
For episode "Macbeth (II) (#10.2)".

Family Television Awards 2001

Won
Lifetime Achievement Award

- For nearly 50 years, television specials produced by the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" have been ... More

- For nearly 50 years, television specials produced by the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" have been synonymous with high-quality family entertainment.


Humanitas Prize 1990

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
90 Minute Category
William G. Borchert
For episode "My Name Is Bill W. (#38.3)".

Humanitas Prize 1987

Won
Humanitas Prize
90 Minute Category
Richard Friedenberg
For episode "Promise (#36.1)".

Humanitas Prize 1986

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
90 Minute Category
Darlene Craviotto
For episode "Love Is Never Silent (#35.1)".

Humanitas Prize 1982

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
90 Minute Category
Clifford Campion
For episode "The Marva Collins Story (#31.1)".

Humanitas Prize 1979

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
60 Minute Category
James Lee Barrett
For episode "Stubby Pringle's Christmas".

Humanitas Prize 1978

Nominated
Humanitas Prize
60 Minute Category
Lanford Wilson
For episode "Taxi".

Image Awards 2012

Nominated
Image Award
Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
For the episode "Have a Little Faith"
Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
Anika Noni Rose
For episode "Mitch Albom's Have a Little Faith"

Image Awards 1982

Won
Image Award
Best Performance by an Actress in a Dramatic Series or Miniseries or Television Movie
Cicely Tyson
For episode "The Marva Collins Story (#31.1)".

Locarno International Film Festival 1986

Won
Bronze Leopard's Eye
Joseph Sargent
For episode "Love Is Never Silent (#35.1)".

Lone Star Film & Television Awards 1997

Won
Lone Star Film & Television Award
Best TV Director
Peter Masterson
For episode "Lily Dale (#45.4)".
Best TV Teleplay
Horton Foote
For episode "Lily Dale (#45.4)".
Best TV Actress
Mary Stuart Masterson
For episode "Lily Dale (#45.4)".
Best TV Supporting Actor
Sam Shepard
For episode "Lily Dale (#45.4)".
Best TV Supporting Actress
Jean Stapleton
For episode "Lily Dale (#45.4)".

Peabody Awards 1981

Won
Peabody Award
For episode "Gideon's Trumpet (#29.3)".

Peabody Awards 1965

Won
Personal Award

Peabody Awards 1958

Won
Peabody Award
National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

Peabody Awards 1952

Won
Peabody Award
Gian Carlo Menotti
National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
For episode "Amahl and the Night Visitors (#1.1)".

Retirement Research Foundation, USA 1988

2nd place
Wise Owl Award
Television and Theatrical Film Fiction
Dorothea G. Petrie
Marian Rees (executive)
For episode "Foxfire".

Shanghai International TV Festival 1990

Won
Magnolia Award
Best Actor
James Woods
For episode "My Name Is Bill W. (#38.3)".

Television Critics Association Awards 2006

Nominated
Heritage Award

Television Critics Association Awards 2002

Nominated
Heritage Award

Western Heritage Awards 1979

Won
Bronze Wrangler
Fictional Television Drama
Gilbert Cates (producer)
Joseph Cates (producer)
Beau Bridges (actor)
For episode "Stubby Pringle's Christmas (#28.3)".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1989

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Adapted Long Form
Susan Cooper

For episode "Foxfire (#37.2)". For episode "Foxfire". Tied with Jacqueline Feather and David Seidler... More

For episode "Foxfire (#37.2)". For episode "Foxfire". Tied with Jacqueline Feather and David Seidler for Onassis: The Richest Man in the World (1988).

Children's Script
Blanche Hanalis
For episode "The Secret Garden (#37.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1989

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress in a Special, Pilot, Movie of the Week or Mini-Series
Gennie James
For episode "The Secret Garden (#37.1)".

Young Artist Awards 1985

Nominated
Young Artist Award
Best Young Actress in a Family Film Made for Television
Amanita Hyldahl
For episode "The Winter of Our Discontent (#33.1)".

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