Links and references

Awards & Nominations

 

 

 

1987-1988:

Young Artist Awards - Youth in Film

Cory DanzigerNominated: Cory Danziger (as Kipper)- Best Young Actor in a Featured, Co-Starring, Supporting or Recurring Role in a Comedy/Drama Series or Special

Nominated: Garland Spencer (as Young Rolley in Chamber Music) - Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Nighttime Drama Series

Nominated: John Franklin (as Young Vincent in Promises of Someday) - Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Nighttime Drama Series

*verified: 10th Annual Young Artists Awards
http://www.youngartistawards.org/pastnoms10.htm

 

 

1988:

Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Emmy Awards for Prime Time shows

Pilot Episode-Vincent's Chamber

Winner: Lee Holdridge, Composer - for Pilot Episode - Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)

Winner: Chuck Korian, Set Decorator; John Mansbridge, Art Director - Outstanding Art Direction for a Series

Winner: Roy H. Wagner - Outstanding Cinematography for a Series

Nominated: John David, Producer; Harvey Frand, Producer; Lynn H. Guthrie, Co-Producer; Kenneth Koch, Producer; Ron Koslow, Supervising Producer; Stephen Kurzfeld, Co-Supervising Producer; Andrew Laskos, Producer; George R. Martin, Producer; David Peckinpah, Producer; Tony Thomas, Executive Producer; Paul Junger Witt, Executive Producer - Outstanding Drama Series

Nominated: Ron Perlman - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Nominated: Don Davis, Composer - for episode To Reign in Hell - Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)

Nominated: Lee Holdridge, Composer - Outstanding Achievement in Main Title Theme Music

Nominated: Judy Evans, Costume Designer - for episode The Alchemist - Outstanding Costume Design for a Series

Rick Baker applying Vincent's makeupNominated: Rick Baker, Makeup; Margaret Beserra, Makeup - Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series

Nominated: Rick Baker, Makeup; Margaret Beserra, Makeup; Fred Blau, Makeup; Vincent Prentice, Makeup - Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series

Nominated: Steven J. Dutkovich, Sound Editor; Scott M. Gershin, Sound Editor; David G. Hankins, ADR; Robert Mackston, Sound Editor; Anthony Mazzei, Supervising Sound Editor; Don Sanders, Supervising Music Editor; David O. Weathers, Sound Editor - for episode No Way Down - Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series

Nominated: Ron Koslow, Writer - for Pilot Episode - Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series

Creative Arts Awards Ceremony Clip

*verified: www.emmys.com/award_history_search

 

American Society of Cinematographers

Nominated: Stevan Larner for God Bless the Child - Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in a Regular Series

Nominated: Roy Wagner for No Way Down - Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in a Regular Series

*verified: www.theasc.com/news/awards/awards_history.php#1988

 

Casting Society of America - Artios Award

Nominated: Vicki Rosenberg, Pilot; Joyce Robinson, Series; Penny Ellers, Series - Best Casting for Television, Dramatic - Episodic

cited: www.tvtango.com. CSA Awards are not archived pre-1999 - could not verify

 

Golden Globe Awards

Nominated: Best Television Series - Drama

Nominated: Linda Hamilton - Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama

*verified: HFPA (Hollywood Foreign Press Association) www.goldenglobes.org/search/

 

Hollywood Women's Press Club - Golden Apple Award

Ron with Golden Apple AwardWinner: Ron Perlman - Male Discovery of the Year

*verified: LA Times
http://articles.latimes.com/1988-12-13/entertainment/ca-29_1_tom-hanks
*verified: the Perlman Pages
http://www.perlmanpages.com/AWARDS/apple.htm

 

 

 

 

People's Choice Awards

Nominated: Ron Perlman - Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Show

*Could not verify. The Peoples Choice Awards web site lists only winners from 1988.
**cited: The Perlman Pages
http://www.perlmanpages.com/AWARDS/awards.htm

 

Viewers for Quality Television - Q Award

Winner: Ron Perlman - Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series

*Viewers for Quality Television has no web site
*verified: The Perlman Pages
http://www.perlmanpages.com/AWARDS/vqt88.htm
**cited: www.tvtango.com; Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film and Television - www.eofft.vom

 

 

1989:

Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Emmy Awards for Prime Time shows

Lee Holdridge - Main Title SingleWinner: Lee Holdridge, Composer; Melanie, Lyricist - for The First Time I Loved Forever (episode) - Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics

Winner: Judy Evans, Costume Designer - for Outsiders - Outstanding Costume Design for a Series

Nominated: Ron Perlman - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Nominated: Linda Hamilton - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Nominated: Alex Gansa, Co-Producer; Howard Gordon, Co-Producer; Kenneth R. Koch, Producer; Ron Koslow, Executive Producer; Stephen Kurzfeld, Supervising Producer; Patricia Livingston, Co-Producer; George R. R. Martin, Producer; David F. Schwartz, Coordinating Producer; Tony Thomas, Executive Producer; Paul Junger Witt, Executive Producer - Outstanding Drama Series

Nominated: Michael DePatie, Sound Editor; David Hankins, Supervising Sound Editor; Robert Mackston, Sound Editor; Steven Patrick Mccormick, Sound Editor; Bruce Michaels, Supervising ADR Editor; Ralph Osborn, Sound Editor; Lori Slomka, Supervising Music Editor; Richard Taylor, Sound Editor - for episode The Watcher - Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series

Nominated: Rick Baker, Norman Cabrera & Vincent Prentice for Dragon Man Makeup - for episode Brothers - Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series

Nominated: Margaret Beserra, Fred C. Blau, Jr. for Beast Makeup - Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series

Nominated: Stevan Larner - for episode Ceremony of Innocence - Outstanding Cinematography for a Series

Video Montage of Emmy Award Nominations

*verified: www.emmys.com/award_history_search

 

American Society of Cinematographers

Nominated: Stevan Larner for Snow - Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in a Regular Series

*verified: www.theasc.com/news/awards/awards_history.php#1989

 

Golden Globe Awards

Ron & Linda at Golden GlobesWinner: Ron Perlman - Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Drama

Golden Globe Award Ceremony clip
Golden Globe Award Acceptance Speech - text and photos
 

Nominated: Linda Hamilton - Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama

*verified: HFPA (Hollywood Foreign Press Association) www.goldenglobes.org/search/

 

Viewers for Quality Television - Q Award

Winner: Ron Perlman - Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series

Q Award Acceptance Speech - text and photos

*Viewers for Quality Television has no web site
*verified: The Perlman Pages
http://www.perlmanpages.com/AWARDS/vqt89.htm
**cited: www.tvtango.com; Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film and Television - www.eofft.vom

 

 

1990:

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Nominated: Saturn Award - Best Genre Television

*cited: IMDb. The Academy web site lists only the winners, not nominees - could not verify.
**the first time a television show is recognized for this award

 

Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Emmy Awards for Prime Time shows

Don Davis - Hyperspace SoundtrackWinner: Don Davis for A Time to Heal - Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)

Nominated: Stevan Larner - Outstanding Cinematography for a Series

Nominated: Judy Evans, Costume Designer for Though Lovers Be Lost - Outstanding Costume Design for a Series

*verified: www.emmys.com/award_history_search

 

 

Viewers for Quality Television - Q Award

Nominated: Ron Perlman - Best Actor in a Quality Drama Series

*Viewers for Quality Television has no web site - could not verify
**cited: TV Tango web site
http://www.tvtango.com/asc/beauty_and_the_beast_1987/awards/sort/yearAward?max_per_page=10&page=1

 

 

1991:

Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Emmy Awards for Prime Time shows

Nominated: Margaret Bessera-Prentice, Fred. C. Blau, Jr. for Beast Makeup - Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for a Series

*verified: www.emmys.com/award_history_search

 

 

 

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