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#6080: DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS
1974-05-28, NBC, 90 min.
Dinah Shore, Arlene Francis, Mary Fickett, Barbara Walters, Bill Hayes, Jack Gilford, Soupy Sales, Geoff Edwards, Peter Marshall, Dennis James, Rodney Allen Rippy, Cathleen Nesbitt, Mary Stuart, Elizabeth Hubbard, Pat OBrien, Al Freeman, Jr.

The first separate Emmy Awards show honoring daytime programs is telecast live from New York's Rockefeller Center. Barbara Walters and Peter Marshall are the hosts. A listing of the major nominees follows.
Actor of the Year: Macdonald Carey, "Days of Our Lives"; Pat O'Brien, "Other Woman"
Actress of the Year: Elizabeth Hubbard, "The Doctors"; Cathleen Nesbitt, "The Mask of Love"
Host/Hostess of the Year: Peter Marshall, "Hollywood Squares"; Dinah Shore, "Dinah's Place"
Drama Series: "Days of Our Lives"; "The Doctors"; "General Hospital"
Drama Special: "The Other Woman"; "A Special Act of Love"; "Tiger on a Chain" Bill Hayes and Mary Stuart entertain on the program. The special program features the first Daytime Emmy Awards presentation, broadcast live from New York's Rockefeller Center. Performers include Mary Stuart and Bill Hayes. Presenters include Ann Flood, Forrest Compton, Arlene Francis, Jacqueline Courtney, Larry Keith, Soupy Sales, Rodney Allen Rippy, Mary Fickett, Ellen Holly, Al Freeman, Jr., Geoff Edwards, Dennis James, Henderson Forsythe, Rosemary Prinz, Susan Seaforth, Bill Hayes, and Jack Gilford. Award winners for achievements in daytime programming include: "The Merv Griffin Show," outstanding talk series (award accepted by Dick Carson); "Password," outstanding game show (award accepted by Mark Goodson); Peter Marshall, outstanding game show host (Hollywood Squares); "Zoom," outstanding entertainment children's series (award accepted by Jim Crum and Christopher Sarson); ABC Afterschool Special: "Rookie of the Year," outstanding entertainment children's special (award accepted by Dan Wilson); Lila Garrett and Sandy Krinsky (not present), outstanding writer ("ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Mother of the Bride"); H. Wesley Kenney, outstanding director ("ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Miss Kline, We Love You"); and ABC Matinee Today: "The Other Woman," outstanding daytime drama special (award accepted by John Conboy). Award winners not in attendance include the following: Cathleen Nesbit, outstanding actress ("ABC Matinee Today: The Mask of Love") (award accepted by Glynis Johns); and Pat O'Brien, outstanding actor ("ABC Matinee Today: The Other Woman") (award accepted by John Conboy). Included are appearances by Garry Moore and John Cannon, vice chairman of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Winners announced but not presented with awards for outstanding achievements in daytime programming include the following: Richard Clements, outstanding musical direction ("ABC Afternoon Playbreak: A Special Act of Love"); Tom Trimble and Brock Broughton ("The Young and the Restless") and Otis Riggs, Jr. ("Another World"), art direction or scenic design; Bill Jobe, outstanding costume design ("ABC Matinee Today: The Mask of Love"); Douglas D. Kelley, make-up, ("ABC Matinee Today: The Mask of Love"); Lou Marchand, Gerald M. Dowd, Frank Melchiorre, John Morris, and John Cordone, technical direction and electronic camerawork ("One Life to Live"); Richard Holbrook, lighting direction ("The Young and the Restless"); Ernest Dellutri, sound mixing ("Days of Our Lives"); and Gary Anderson, editing ("ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Miss Kline, We Love You"). The program concludes with a performance by Peter Marshall; appearances by Dennis James and Fickett; and Gilford's presentation of an award to "The Doctors," for outstanding drama series (award accepted by Joseph Stuart).
#7903: DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS, THIRD ANNUAL THE
1976-05-11, CBS, 90 min.
Bob Barker, Dinah Shore, Helen Gallagher, Sylvia Fine, Ken Roberts, James Coco, Rita Moreno, Allen Ludden, Bert Convy, McDonald Carey, David Hartman, Bob Eubanks, Rachel Jackson, Larry Haines, Kitty Carlisle, Northern Calloway, David Kirschner, Mary Frickett

Bob Barker is the host for this third Daytime Emmy's award program special, live from New York's Lincoln Center.

Telecast on CBS television 3:00 to 4:30 PM.

3rd Daytime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

All My Children
Another World
Days of Our Lives
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Macdonald Carey (Dr. Tom Horton, Days of our Lives)
Bill Hayes (Doug Williams, Days of our Lives)
John Beradino (Dr. Steve Hardy, General Hospital)
Shepperd Strudwick (Victor Lord, One Life to Live)
Larry Haines (Stu Bergman, Search for Tomorrow)
Michael Nouri (Steve Kaslo, Search for Tomorrow)

Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Frances Heflin (Mona Kane, All My Children)
Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie Olson, Days of Our Lives)
Denise Alexander (Dr. Lesley Williams Faulkner, General Hospital)
Helen Gallagher (Maeve Ryan, Ryan's Hope)
Mary Stuart (Joanne Vincente, Search for Tomorrow)

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing

All My Children
The Edge of Night
Guiding Light
The Young and the Restless
Days of our Lives

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing
The Doctors
One Life to Live
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Game Show

The $20,000 Pyramid - A Bob Stewart Production for ABC (Syn. by Viacom)
The Price Is Right - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Viacom)
Match Game - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Jim Victory)
The Hollywood Squares - A Heatter-Quigley Production for NBC (Syn. by Filmways)
Let's Make a Deal - A Stefan Hatos-Monty Hall Production for ABC (Syn. by WorldVision)
Outstanding Game Show Host
Allen Ludden (Password)
Peter Marshall (The Hollywood Squares)
Geoff Edwards (Jackpot)

NOTE: Bert Convy, Bob Eubanks and Bobby Van sing a tribute number to Game Shows.
Dinah Shore sings "Fly Away."

Ken Roberts is the announcer.


                                                              
#7904: DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS: FOURTH ANNUAL
1977-05-12, NBC, 90 min.
Helen Gallagher, Jack Gilford, Soupy Sales, Peter Marshall, Chuck Woolery, Bert Convy, Victoria Wyndham, Val Dufour

The Fourth Annual Daytime Emmy Awards are presented.

Hosts: Peter Marshall, Chuck Woolery, Victoria Wyndham, Jack Gilford, Soupy Sales. Live from the Tavern On The Green Restaurant in New York City's Central Park.
                                                 
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