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#14072: TONY AWARDS, 17TH ANNUAL THE
1963-04-28, WOR, 42 min.
Van Heflin, Margaret Leighton, Diahann Carroll, Pat Hingle, Robert Morse, Martin Gabel, Abe Burrows, Orson Bean, Rosalind Russell, Anita Gillette, Alan Arkin, Phyllis Newman, Dane Clark, Sandy Dennis, Charles Nelson Reilly, George Abbott, Jean Shepherd, Harold Prince, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Lionel Bart, Burt Shevelove, Alan Schneider, Anna Quayle, Sam Levene, Solly Pernick

The 17th Annual Tony Awards for excellence in theatrical performances for 1962 are awarded from the Hotel Americana Imperial Ballroom in New York City. The Master of Ceremonies is Abe Burrows and Robert Morse. Broadcast locally on WOR-TV Channel 9 in New York. WOR radio host Jean Shepherd opens and introduces the show. George Abbott wins the Best Direction of a 
Musical award for "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum."  

 

NOTE: The first 42 minutes of the one hour broadcast. 
                                                                                                                                                      
#17409: GLODEN GLOBE AWARDS FOR 1967
1967-02-15, , min.
Richard Attenborough, Julie Andrews, Charleton Heston, Paul Scofield, Dean Martin, Richard Burton, Marlo Thomas, Alan Arkin, Anouk Aimee, Lynn Redgrave, Jocelyne LaGarde

The 24th Golden Globe Awards are telecast from Los Angeles, California.

Best Film Drama: A Man For All Seasons
Best Film Comedy: The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming
Best Actor-Drama: Paul Scofield- A Man For All Seasons    
Best Actress Drama: Anouk Aimee- A Man And A Woman   
Best Actor Comedy:  Alan Arkin- The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming.
Best Actress Comedy: Lynn Redgrave- Georgy Girl
Best Supporting Actor: Richard Attenborough- The Sand Pebbles
Best Supporting Actress: Jocelyne LaGarde- Hawaii 

Television: Best Show - I Spy
Best Male TV Star: Dean Martin- The Dean Martin Show 
Best Female TV Star: Marlo Thomas-That Girl    

Cecil B.Demille Award: Charleton Heston
Henrietta Award: Julie Andrews 
                                         
#17283A: TONY AWARDS, 27TH ANNUAL, THE
1973-03-25, ABC, min.
Celeste Holm, Yul Brynner, Peter Ustinov, Rex Harrison, Diahann Carroll, Alan King, Colleen Dewhurst, Paula Kelly, Jack Albertson, Alexis Smith, Jerry Orbach, Sandy Duncan, Julie Harris, Eddie Albert, Jules Fisher, Patricia Elliott, Leora Dana, Annie Cordy, Gower Champion, Vinnette Carroll, Len Cariou, Ian Calderon, Martin Aronstein, Boris Aronson, Alan Arkin, A.J. Antoon, Maya Angelou, Jane Alexander, Gwen Verdon, Tommy Steele, Walter Slezak, Christopher Plummer, Donna Mckechnie, Michele Lee, Cleo Laine, Helen Gallagher, Annette Fabray, Rossano Brazzi

Rex Harrison and Celeste Holm host the 27th Annual Tony Awards telecast at the Imperial Theater in New York City. This was the fourth time Julie Harris won a Tony Award and her sixth nomination.                                                              
#5024: LOVE, LIFE, LIBERTY, AND LUNCH
1976-05-18, WABC, 52 min.
Cyril Ritchard, Alan King, Zero Mostel, Peter Ustinov, Dick Shawn, Alan Arkin, Kay Mazzo, Christopher Hewett

A strong cast in a quartet of comedy playlets.
    In Murray Schisgal's "Natasha Kovolina Pipishinsky," Alan Arkin is a married lawyer who has been stepping out with a young Russian ballerina (Kay Mazzo of the New York City Ballet). Alan King is the friend who advises him against the affair.
    In Neil Simon's "A Quiet War," Zero Mostel and Peter Ustinov play a Russian odd couple-a retired general and admiral who wage a war of words over what makes "the perfect lunch."
    King portrays a rueful dentist in Herb Gardner's "Word of Mouth." While working on a patient (Christopher Hewett), the dentist laments his failed marriage and his unemployed son, who "found himself three years ago, and has ever since been deeply engrossed in losing himself again."
    Ustinov (the hour's director) wrote "Swordplay," a Bicentennial entry set in a New England barn in 1776. Dick Shawn plays a lonesome Revolutionary who sneaks up on a Redcoat colonel (Cyril Ritchard)-for a chat.
#9748: TONY AWARDS, 31ST ANNUAL, THE
1977-06-05, ABC, 150 min.
Jonathan Winters, Leslie Uggams, Tony Randall, Robert Preston, Lauren Bacall, Jane Alexander, Jean Stapleton, Diana Ross, Jack Albertson, Lily Tomlin, Valerie Harper, Alan Arkin, Beatrice Arthur, Damon Evans

The 31st annual Tony Awards are telecast live from The Shubert Theatre in New York City.Hosted by Jonathan Winters. 

Host: Jonathan Winters. 
                       
#1780: CAROL BURNETT & COMPANY
1979-08-25, WABC, 52 min.
Carol Burnett, Alan Arkin

August 18, 1979-September 8, 1979. A four-week comedy-variety hour with Carol Burnett, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence, Craig Richard Nelson, and Kenneth Mars.
#6645: MUPPET SHOW
1982-05-06, SYND, 30 min.
The Muppets, Alan Arkin

1976-1981 (Syndicated). The Muppets, created by Jim Henson and company, starred in their own half-hour comedy-variety show. Each week a guest celebrity appeared. The most popular first-run syndicated series in TV history.
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