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EMMY MEMORIAM 2012 UPDATE (March)

ai750
01.03.2012 - 02:22


The names of the "locks" are listed in no particular order; your
criticisms, comments, questions, additions, subtractions and general polite
abuse gratefully accepted:



Charles Napier (Actor)
Andrew Laszlo (Cinematographer)
Peter Rugolo (Composer/Arranger)
Gilbert Cates (Producer)
Leonard Stone (Actor)
Sid Melton (Actor)
Hal Kanter (Writer/Prod./Director)
Patrice O'Neal (Comedian)
Alan Sues (Actor/Comedian)
Larry Rickles (Producer)
Harry Morgan (Actor)
James Farantino (Actor)
Robert Hegyes (Actor)
John Rich (Director)
Ben Gazzara (Actor)
Whitney Houston (Actress/Musician)
Bert Schneider (Producer)
Peter Breck (Actor)
Davy Jones (Actor/Musician)



Other Possibles:



Eleanor Mondale (Journalist/Host)
Diane Cilento (Actress)
Alan Fudge (Actor)
Robert Pierpoint (Journalist)
Daniel Burke (Executive)
Louis Maletta (Executive)
Dan Mills (Animator)
Joe Bodolai (Writer/Producer)
Dick Tufeld (Voice Actor)
Don Cornelius (Producer/Host)
Phillip Bruns (Actor)


Michael OConnor
01.03.2012 - 02:33
Don Cornelius (Producer/Host)

I would consider Don Cornelius to be a lock for the Emmy Memoriam segment.

Loki
01.03.2012 - 02:49
On Wed, 29 Feb 2012 17:33:52 -0800 (PST), Michael OConnor
<email@anonym; wrote:

Don Cornelius (Producer/Host)

I would consider Don Cornelius to be a lock for the Emmy Memoriam segment.

Agree. Eleanor Mondale as well.

Also, a good possibility for Michelle O'Callaghan, the long time make
up artist on Late Night. Apparently she was much loved.

Loki

Satan has nothing to do with anything related to religion.
-roytard

Scott Brady
01.03.2012 - 05:51
On Feb 29, 7:220pm, ai...@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Corby Gilmore) wrote:
0 0 The names of the "locks" are listed in no particular order; your
criticisms, comments, questions, additions, subtractions and general poli=
te
abuse gratefully accepted:

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Charles Napier (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Andrew Laszlo (Cinematographer)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Peter Rugolo (Composer/Arranger)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Gilbert Cates (Producer)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Leonard Stone (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Sid Melton (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Hal Kanter (Writer/Prod./Director)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Patrice O'Neal (Comedian)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Alan Sues (Actor/Comedian)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Larry Rickles (Producer)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Harry Morgan (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0James Farantino (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Robert Hegyes (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0John Rich (Director)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Ben Gazzara (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Whitney Houston (Actress/Musician)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Bert Schneider (Producer)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Peter Breck (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Davy Jones (Actor/Musician)

Presumably some will be demoted as more people die. The only names I'd
consider completely safe (and I'm admittedly hedging my bets) are
Cates and Morgan. And you can add Andy Rooney.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Other Possibles:

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Eleanor Mondale (Journalist/Host)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Diane Cilento (Actress)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Alan Fudge (Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Robert Pierpoint (Journalist)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Daniel Burke (Executive)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Louis Maletta (Executive)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Dan Mills (Animator)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Joe Bodolai (Writer/Producer)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Dick Tufeld (Voice Actor)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Don Cornelius (Producer/Host)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Phillip Bruns (Actor)

Other strong possibilities are Dolores Hope and Zalman King.

I have a list of over 100 names, broken down into Locks, Favorites,
Contenders, Dark Horses and Also-Rans. I'll eventually identify a
dozen Locks and probably two dozen Favorites.


"News"
01.03.2012 - 17:06
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"Scott Brady" <email@anonym; wrote in message
news:email@anonym...
On Feb 29, 7:22 pm, ai...@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Corby Gilmore) wrote:

The names of the "locks" are listed in no particular order; your
criticisms, comments, questions, additions, subtractions and general
polite
abuse gratefully accepted:

Charles Napier (Actor)
Andrew Laszlo (Cinematographer)
Peter Rugolo (Composer/Arranger)
Gilbert Cates (Producer)
Leonard Stone (Actor)
Sid Melton (Actor)
Hal Kanter (Writer/Prod./Director)
Patrice O'Neal (Comedian)
Alan Sues (Actor/Comedian)
Larry Rickles (Producer)
Harry Morgan (Actor)
James Farantino (Actor)
Robert Hegyes (Actor)
John Rich (Director)
Ben Gazzara (Actor)
Whitney Houston (Actress/Musician)
Bert Schneider (Producer)
Peter Breck (Actor)
Davy Jones (Actor/Musician)

Presumably some will be demoted as more people die. The only names I'd
consider completely safe (and I'm admittedly hedging my bets) are
Cates and Morgan. And you can add Andy Rooney.


---start

Sid Melton, Peter Breck, and Alan Sues are locks?
Why are they so worthy and you so sure about them?
Did Davy Jones/The Monkees ever win an Emmy?

Other Possibles:

Eleanor Mondale (Journalist/Host)
Diane Cilento (Actress)
Alan Fudge (Actor)
Robert Pierpoint (Journalist)
Daniel Burke (Executive)
Louis Maletta (Executive)
Dan Mills (Animator)
Joe Bodolai (Writer/Producer)
Dick Tufeld (Voice Actor)
Don Cornelius (Producer/Host)
Phillip Bruns (Actor)

Other strong possibilities are Dolores Hope and Zalman King.

I have a list of over 100 names, broken down into Locks, Favorites,
Contenders, Dark Horses and Also-Rans. I'll eventually identify a
dozen Locks and probably two dozen Favorites.


ai750
01.03.2012 - 21:34
"News" (email@anonym) writes:
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"Scott Brady" <email@anonym; wrote in message
news:email@anonym...
On Feb 29, 7:22 pm, ai...@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Corby Gilmore) wrote:

The names of the "locks" are listed in no particular order; your
criticisms, comments, questions, additions, subtractions and general
polite
abuse gratefully accepted:

Charles Napier (Actor)
Andrew Laszlo (Cinematographer)
Peter Rugolo (Composer/Arranger)
Gilbert Cates (Producer)
Leonard Stone (Actor)
Sid Melton (Actor)
Hal Kanter (Writer/Prod./Director)
Patrice O'Neal (Comedian)
Alan Sues (Actor/Comedian)
Larry Rickles (Producer)
Harry Morgan (Actor)
James Farantino (Actor)
Robert Hegyes (Actor)
John Rich (Director)
Ben Gazzara (Actor)
Whitney Houston (Actress/Musician)
Bert Schneider (Producer)
Peter Breck (Actor)
Davy Jones (Actor/Musician)

Presumably some will be demoted as more people die. The only names I'd
consider completely safe (and I'm admittedly hedging my bets) are
Cates and Morgan. And you can add Andy Rooney.


To Scott: I should be shot for overlooking Andy Rooney.

To News: Zalman King is a distinct possibility; I will add him to my
list of "others". Dolores Hope, I personally dont see it.



Sid Melton, Peter Breck, and Alan Sues are locks?
Why are they so worthy and you so sure about them?
Did Davy Jones/The Monkees ever win an Emmy?


Peter Breck had a starring role on "The Big Valley"; Alan Sues is
well known for his time on "Laugh-In". Sid Melton was a prolific character
actor who appeared in a few hundred guest roles. Am I "so" sure? No, but I
believe that all will make it. Peter Breck I can easily remove if too
many more people become "on-topic". Davy Jones/Monkees never won an Emmy to my
knowledge. So what? He's still a lock. I believe that Mickey Dolenz will
be also; not as sure about Nesmith and Tork.

R H Draney
01.03.2012 - 22:46

Corby Gilmore filted:

"News" (email@anonym) writes:

Sid Melton, Peter Breck, and Alan Sues are locks?
Why are they so worthy and you so sure about them?
Did Davy Jones/The Monkees ever win an Emmy?

Peter Breck had a starring role on "The Big Valley"; Alan Sues is
well known for his time on "Laugh-In". Sid Melton was a prolific character
actor who appeared in a few hundred guest roles.

Sues was more than just "well known" for his time on "Laugh-In"...he was a cast
regular for four seasons, which ties Henry Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Artie Johnson
and Lily Tomlin, and beats every other regular except Dan and Dick themselves,
Ruth Buzzi and Gary Owens....r


--
Me? Sarcastic?
Yeah, right.

"News"
02.03.2012 - 08:32
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"Corby Gilmore" <ai750@FreeNet.Carleton.CA> wrote in message
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"Scott Brady" <email@anonym; wrote in message
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On Feb 29, 7:22 pm, ai...@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Corby Gilmore) wrote:

The names of the "locks" are listed in no particular order; your
criticisms, comments, questions, additions, subtractions and general
polite
abuse gratefully accepted:

Charles Napier (Actor)
Andrew Laszlo (Cinematographer)
Peter Rugolo (Composer/Arranger)
Gilbert Cates (Producer)
Leonard Stone (Actor)
Sid Melton (Actor)
Hal Kanter (Writer/Prod./Director)
Patrice O'Neal (Comedian)
Alan Sues (Actor/Comedian)
Larry Rickles (Producer)
Harry Morgan (Actor)
James Farantino (Actor)
Robert Hegyes (Actor)
John Rich (Director)
Ben Gazzara (Actor)
Whitney Houston (Actress/Musician)
Bert Schneider (Producer)
Peter Breck (Actor)
Davy Jones (Actor/Musician)

Presumably some will be demoted as more people die. The only names I'd
consider completely safe (and I'm admittedly hedging my bets) are
Cates and Morgan. And you can add Andy Rooney.


To Scott: I should be shot for overlooking Andy Rooney.

To News: Zalman King is a distinct possibility; I will add him to my
list of "others". Dolores Hope, I personally dont see it.

I never mentioned Zalman King, but I guess you wanted to mention him.
The other actors, Hal Kantor, Gil Cates, Leonard Stone, and John Rich
should be cincherinos (w/possible exception of Robert Hegyes--only known for
"Kotter"?), if there is any Emmy justice.

Sid Melton, Peter Breck, and Alan Sues are locks?
Why are they so worthy and you so sure about them?
Did Davy Jones/The Monkees ever win an Emmy?


Peter Breck had a starring role on "The Big Valley"; Alan Sues is
well known for his time on "Laugh-In". Sid Melton was a prolific character
actor who appeared in a few hundred guest roles. Am I "so" sure? No, but I
believe that all will make it. Peter Breck I can easily remove if too
many more people become "on-topic". Davy Jones/Monkees never won an Emmy
to my
knowledge. So what? He's still a lock. I believe that Mickey Dolenz will
be also; not as sure about Nesmith and Tork.

I also knew Breck only from TBV, with Barbara Stanwyck.
Ditto for Sues with L-I, and Sid Melton in "Make Room For Daddy" and
other sitcoms. I just wondered why you thought they were 'locks' when they
weren't top-notch stars. Stanwyck, yes; Breck, not-so-much.
I think you might reconsider Michael Nesmith (hopefully not anytime
soon on-topic), as he was a good composer of many songs, both with The
Monkees and then solo.
I don't know what else Tork did, and Dolenz is another 'teen idol'
and played in tv's "Circus Boy" in 1956, a decade before his Monkee days.


Bermuda999
02.03.2012 - 16:14
On Thursday, March 1, 2012 3:34:19 PM UTC-5, Corby Gilmore wrote:

Davy Jones/Monkees never won an Emmy to my
knowledge. So what? He's still a lock. I believe that Mickey Dolenz will
be also; not as sure about Nesmith and Tork.

Nesmith's connection to Emmy-related topics other than starring in The Monkees:

--Nesmith won the first Grammy Award for Video of the Year for his hour-long music video "Elephant Parts" (1981)

--He developed and produced "Pop Clips" for Nickelodeon. The show was then purchased by Time Warner and evolved into MTV (with other sources)

--He was the producer of several high profile music videos, including the videos for "The Way You Make Me Feel" for Michael Jackson and "All Night Long" for Lionel Richie

--He (and his video production company, Pacific Arts) won a $49 million judgment against PBS and Ken Burns (settled for much less)


Non-Emmy-related topic
--His mom invented Liquid Paper



Scott Brady
02.03.2012 - 18:13
On Mar 1, 2:340pm, ai...@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Corby Gilmore) wrote:

> 0 0Sid Melton, Peter Breck, and Alan Sues are locks?
> 0 0Why are they so worthy and you so sure about them?
> 0 0Did Davy Jones/The Monkees ever win an Emmy?

0 0 0Peter Breck had a starring role on "The Big Valley"; Alan Sues=
is
well known for his time on "Laugh-In". Sid Melton was a prolific characte=
r
actor who appeared in a few hundred guest roles. Am I "so" sure? No, but =
I
believe that all will make it. Peter Breck I can easily remove if too
many more people become "on-topic". Davy Jones/Monkees never won an Emmy =
to my
knowledge. So what? He's still a lock. I believe that Mickey Dolenz will
be also; not as sure about Nesmith and Tork.

Not to downplay the merits of any of them, but Jones had a much bigger
impact on popular culture and never left the public consciousness.
Compare the reaction to their deaths.

In any event, most deserving and most likely are two different
categories.




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