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1972 Emmy Winners - Television Awards



1972/73 Emmy Award Winners

Outstanding Drama Series, Continuing:
The Waltons (CBS)

Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama:
Richard Thomas, The Waltons (CBS)

Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama:
Michael Learned, The Waltons (CBS)

Outstanding Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama:
Scott Jacoby, Wednesday Movie of the Week: That Certain Summer

Outstanding Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama:
Ellen Corby, The Waltons

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama (Single Program of a Series):
Jerry Thorpe, Kung Fu: An Eye for an Eye

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama (Single Program of a Series):
John McGreevey, The Waltons: The Scholar

Outstanding Single Program, Drama or Comedy:
The New CBS Tuesday Night Movies: A War of Children (CBS)

Outstanding Single Performance By an Actor in a Leading Role:
Laurence Olivier, Long Day's Journey Into Night (ABC)

Outstanding Single Performance By an Actress in a Leading Role:
Cloris Leachman, Tuesday Movie of the Week: A Brand New Life (ABC)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama (Single Program):
Joseph Sargent, The CBS Thursday Night Movies: The Marcus-Nelson Murders

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama, Original Teleplay:
Abby Mann, The CBS Thursday Night Movies: The Marcus-Nelson Murders

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Drama, Adaptation:
Eleanor Perry, The House Without a Christmas Tree

Outstanding New Series:
America (NBC)

Outstanding Comedy Series:
All in the Family (CBS)

Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series:
Jack Klugman, The Odd Couple

Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series:
Mary Tyler Moore, The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Outstanding Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy:
Ted Knight, The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Outstanding Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in Comedy:
Valerie Harper, The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy:
Jay Sandrich, The Mary Tyler Moore Show: It's Whether You Win or Lose

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy:
Michael Ross, Bernie West and Lee Kalcheim, All in the Family: The Bunkers and the Swingers

Outstanding Variety Musical Series:
The Julie Andrews Hour (ABC)

Outstanding Achievement By a Supporting Performer in Music or Variety:
Tim Conway, The Carol Burnett Show

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety or Music:
Bill Davis, The Julie Andrews Hour (with Liza Doolittle and Mary Poppins)

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Variety or Music:
Stan Hart, Larry Siegel, Gail Parent, Woody Kling, Roger Beatty, Tom Patchett, Jay Tarses, Robert Hilliard, Arnie Kogen, Bill Angelos and Buz Kohan, The Carol Burnett Show (with Steve Lawrence and Lili Tomlin)

Outstanding Single Program, Variety and Popular Music:
Singer Presents Liza With a `Z' (NBC)

Outstanding Single Program, Classical Music:
The Sleeping Beauty (PBS)

Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy, Variety or Music (Special Program):
Bob Fosse, Singer Presents Liza With a 'Z'

Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy, Variety or Music (Special Program):
Renée Taylor and Joseph Bologna, Acts of Love And Other Comedies

Outstanding Drama/Comedy, Limited Episodes:
Masterpiece Theatre: Tom Brown's Schooldays, parts I - V (PBS)

Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama or Comedy, Limited Episodes:
Anthony Murphy, Masterpiece Theatre: Tom Brown's Schooldays, parts I - V (PBS)

Outstanding Continued Performance By an Actress in a Leading Role in a Drama or Comedy, Limited Episodes:
Susan Hampshire, Masterpiece Theatre: Vanity Fair, parts I - V

Outstanding Achievement Within Regularly Scheduled News Programs:
CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite: The US/Soviet Wheat Deal: Is There a Scandal? (CBS)

Outstanding Achievements for Regularly Scheduled Magazine-Type Programs:
60 Minutes: The Poppy Fields of Turkey - The Heroin Labs of Marseilles - The N.Y. Connection (CBS)
60 Minutes: The Selling of Colonel Herbert (CBS)
60 Minutes (CBS)

Outstanding Documentary Program Achievements Current Significance:
NBC News White Paper: The Blue Collar Trap (NBC)
CBS Reports: The Mexican Connection (CBS)
NBC Reports: One Billion Dollar Weapon and Now the War Is Over: The American Military in the '70s (NBC)
Cultural America (NBC)
Jane Goodall and the World of Animal Behavior: The Wild Dogs of Africa (ABC)

Outstanding Achievements in Sports Programming:
ABC's Wide World of Sports (ABC)
1972 Summer Olympic Games (ABC)

Outstanding Achievements in Children's Programming Entertainment/Fictional:
Sesame Street (PBS)
Zoom (PBS)
Information/Factual The ABC Afterschool Special: Last of the Curlews (ABC)

Special Classification of Outstanding Program Achievements:
The Advocates (PBS)
Special of the Week: VD Blues (PBS)



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