EMMY AWARDS, THE 34TH ANNUAL (TV)

Summary

This program contains the thirty-fourth annual Emmy Awards presentation, hosted by Marlo Thomas and John Forsythe. Tommy Lasorda and members of the Los Angeles Dodgers join casts of various television series for an opening musical production number that salutes "The Television Family." Presenters include the original casts of "Lassie" (Jon Provost, Jan Clayton, June Lockhart, Tom Rettig, and Lassie), "Real People" (Sarah Purcell, Skip Stephenson, and Fred Willard), "The Andy Griffith Show" (Andy Griffith, Don Knotts, and Ron Howard), and Martha Raye and Milton Berle. Additional performers include the Muppets and the Angels Ensemble of California. Award winners include: Loretta Swit, outstanding actress in a comedy series ("M*A*S*H"); Michael Conrad, outstanding actor in a drama series ("Hill Street Blues"); Nancy Marchand, outstanding actress in a drama ("Lou Grant"); Penny Fuller, outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or special ("The Elephant Man"); Sir Laurence Olivier (not present), outstanding supporting actor in a limited series or special ("Brideshead Revisited"); Christopher Lloyd (not present), outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series ("Taxi"); and the writers of "SCTV" for outstanding writing in a variety or music program ("The Moral Majority Show"). In the second hour of the program, performers include Debbie Allen and the dancers from the television series, "Fame." Also, Roy Scheider narrates a special tribute to journalist Edward R. Murrow, highlighting Murrow's crucial role in fighting injustice during the McCarthy era and featuring clips of Murrow's series "See It Now" and CBS Chairman William S. Paley's eulogy upon Murrow's death. Presenters in the second hour include Barbara Walters, Patricia Neal, and the casts of the television series "Knots Landing" (Michele Lee, Donna Mills, Joan Van Ark, and Julie Harris), "Benson" (Robert Guillaume, James Noble, and Inga Swenson), "Star Trek" (William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy), and "Barney Miller" (Hal Linden, Steve Landesberg, and Ron Glass). Award winners for outstanding achievements include the following: Dwight Hemion, directing for a variety or music program ("Goldie and Kids -- Listen to Us"); Anthony Yerkovich, Jeffrey Lewis, Michael Wagner, Michael Kozoll, and Steven Bochco, writing for a drama series ("Hill Street Blues: Freedom's Last Stand"); Harry Harris, directing for a drama series ("Fame: To Soar and Never Falter"); Ken Estin, writing for a comedy series ("Taxi: Elegant Iggy"); Alan Rafkin, directing for a comedy series ("One Day at a Time: Barbara's Crisis"); Barry Morrow (story) and Corey Blechman (teleplay), writing for a limited series or special ("Bill"); Marvin J. Chomsky, directing for a limited series or special ("Inside the Third Reich"); Daniel J. Travanti, outstanding lead actor in a drama series ("Hill Street Blues"); Ingrid Bergman (posthumous), outstanding lead actress in a limited series or special ("A Woman Called Golda"); and Mickey Rooney, outstanding lead actor in a limited series or special ("Bill").

Next is a special award tribute to Bob Hope, with clips of his career highlights. Award presenters include John Davidson and Cathy Lee Crosby from the television series "That's Incredible!"; John H. Mitchell, president of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences; Hope, Jean Stapleton, Ann Jillian, and Cicely Tyson; and the casts of the television series "One Day at a Time" (Bonnie Franklin, Valerie Bertinelli, and Pat Harrington, Jr.); "Magnum, P.I." (Tom Selleck, John Hillerman, Roger E. Mosley, and Larry Manetti); "Brideshead Revisited" (Jeremy Irons and Anthony Andrews); and "Dynasty" (Linda Evans, Joan Collins, and Pamela Belwood). Award winners include: Andrew Chulack, outstanding film editing ("Hill Street Blues: Of Mouse and Man"); Carol Kane, outstanding lead actress in a comedy ("Taxi"); Alan Alda, outstanding lead actor in a comedy ("M*A*S*H"); Steven Bochco, Gregory Hoblit, David Anspaugh, and Anthony Yerkovich, outstanding drama series ("Hill Street Blues"); Danny Arnold, Roland Kibbee, Frank Dungan, Jeff Stein, and Gary Shaw, outstanding comedy series ("Barney Miller"); Alexander Cohen, Hildy Parks, and Roy A. Sombyo, outstanding variety, music or comedy program ("Night of 100 Stars"); and Vincenzo Labella, outstanding limited series ("Marco Polo"). Additional awards for outstanding programming include: Michael Bronson and Clemente d'Alessio, classical program in the performing arts ("Live from the Met: La Bohme"); David H. de Patie, Ted Geisel, and Fritz Freleng, animated program ("The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat"); Virginia L. Carter and Fern Field, children's program ("The Wave"); Debbie Allen, choreography ("Fame"); Sidney Ganis and Howard Kazanjian, informational special ("The Making of Raiders of the Lost Ark"); Merton Koplin, Charles Grinker, and Betsy MaCarthy, informational series ("Creativity with Bill Moyers"); performers Andre de Shields and Nell Carter for outstanding individual achievement, special class ("Ain't Misbehavin'"); and Harve Bennett and Gene Corman for outstanding drama special ("A Woman Called Golda"), awarded by Eric Sevareid. Thomas and Forsythe conclude the program with a tribute to Kate Smith, who arrives on stage in a wheelchair as Bob Hope and the audience sing "God Bless America," the closing number. Includes commercials.


Details

  • NETWORK: ABC
  • DATE: September 19, 1982 Sunday 8:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 3:09:49
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T84:0241
  • GENRE: Specials
  • SUBJECT HEADING: Emmy awards - 1981-1982
  • SERIES RUN: ABC - TV, 1982
  • COMMERCIALS:

Credits

  • Gary Smith … Executive Producer
  • Dwight Hemion … Executive Producer
  • Steve Binder … Producer, Director
  • Michael Seligman … Associate Producer
  • Buz Kohan … Writer, Music by
  • Debbie Allen … Choreographer
  • Angels Ensemble of America … Music Group
  • Rick Dees … Announcer
  • John Forsythe … Host
  • Marlo Thomas … Host
  • Tommy Lasorda … Guest
  • Roy Scheider … Guest
  • Bob Hope … Guest
  • Kate Smith … Guest
  • Anthony Andrews … Presenter
  • Pamela Belwood … Presenter
  • Milton Berle … Presenter
  • Valerie Bertinelli … Presenter
  • Jan Clayton … Presenter
  • Joan Collins … Presenter
  • Cathy Lee Crosby … Presenter
  • John Davidson … Presenter
  • Linda Evans … Presenter
  • Bonnie Franklin … Presenter
  • Ron Glass … Presenter
  • Andy Griffith … Presenter
  • Robert Guillaume … Presenter
  • Pat Harrington … Presenter
  • Julie Harris … Presenter
  • John Hillerman … Presenter
  • Ron Howard … Presenter
  • Jeremy Irons … Presenter
  • Ann Jillian … Presenter
  • Don Knotts … Presenter
  • Steve Landesberg … Presenter
  • Michele Lee … Presenter
  • Hal Linden … Presenter
  • June Lockhart … Presenter
  • Larry Manetti … Presenter
  • Donna Mills … Presenter
  • John H. Mitchell … Presenter
  • Roger E. Mosley … Presenter
  • Patricia Neal … Presenter
  • Leonard Nimoy … Presenter
  • James Noble … Presenter
  • Jon Provost … Presenter
  • Sarah Purcell … Presenter
  • Martha Raye … Presenter
  • Tom Rettig … Presenter
  • Tom Selleck … Presenter
  • Eric Sevareid … Presenter
  • William Shatner … Presenter
  • Jean Stapleton … Presenter
  • Skip Stephenson … Presenter
  • Inga Swenson … Presenter
  • Cicely Tyson … Presenter
  • Joan Van Ark … Presenter
  • Barbara Walters … Presenter
  • Fred Willard … Presenter
  • Alan Alda
  • David Anspaugh
  • Danny Arnold
  • Harve Bennett
  • Ingrid Bergman
  • Corey Blechman
  • Steven Bochco
  • Michael Bronson
  • Nell Carter (see also: Nell Carter-Ruth)
  • Virginia L. Carter
  • Marvin J. Chomsky
  • Andrew Chulack
  • Alexander Cohen
  • Michael Conrad
  • Gere Corman
  • Clemente D'Alessio
  • David H. de Patie
  • Andre de Shields
  • Frank Dungan
  • Ken Estin
  • Fritz Feleng
  • Fern Field
  • Penny Fuller
  • Sidney Ganis
  • Theodore Geisel (see also: Dr. Seuss)
  • Charles Grinker
  • Harry Harris
  • Gregory Hoblit
  • Carol Kane
  • Howard Kazanjian
  • Roland Kibbee
  • Merton Koplin
  • Michael Kozoll
  • Vincenzo LaBella
  • Jeffrey Lewis
  • Christopher Lloyd
  • Nancy Marchand
  • Betsy McCarthy
  • Barry Morrow
  • Edward R. Murrow
  • Laurence Olivier
  • William S. Paley
  • Hildy Parks
  • Alan Rafkin
  • Mickey Rooney
  • Gary Shaw
  • Roy A. Sombyo
  • Jeff Stein
  • Loretta Swit
  • Daniel J. Travanti (see also: Dan Travanty)
  • Michael Wagner
  • Anthony Yerkovich
  • Los Angeles Dodgers (baseball team)