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Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards 1971

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
George C. Scott

For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)). George C. Scott was ... More

For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)). George C. Scott was not present at the awards ceremony. Fellow nominee Jack Cassidy, whom Scott directed in the TV movie The Andersonville Trial (1970), accepted the award on Scott's behalf.

Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama
David Burns
For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)). Postumously.
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama - A Single Program
Fielder Cook
For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Single Program - Drama or Comedy
David Susskind (producer)
For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)).
Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Colleen Dewhurst
For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)).
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
John Clements (art director)
For episode "The Price (#3.16)". (Shown within Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)).

BAFTA Awards 1975

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Play
Jack Gold
For episode "Catholics (#6.9)".

BAFTA Awards 1974

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Actor
Frank Finlay
For BBC Play of the Month
For episode "The Adventures of Don Quixote (#8.5)".
Best Design
Eileen Diss
For Alice Through the Looking Glass , Between the Wars and BBC Play of the Month

BAFTA Awards 1972

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Script
Dennis Potter
For Casanova and Play for Today

BAFTA Awards 1971

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Script
Colin Welland
For Play for Today and Armchair Theatre
For episode "The Halleujah Handshake".

BAFTA Awards 1970

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Drama Plays
Christopher Morahan
For W. Somerset Maugham and ITV Playhouse
For episode "The Letter".
Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Actress
Gwen Watford
For episode "A Walk Through the Forest".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1972

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television
Fielder Cook
For episode "The Price (#3.16)".

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America 1974

Nominated
Nebula Award
Best Dramatic Presentation
Brian Moore
For episode "Catholics (#6.9)".

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