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Cinematography (special)

1.
57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2000) as Video Embellishment
A live telecast of the 57th annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for achievement in television and film.

Sound (special)

2.
Evening of Stars 25th Anniversary: Tribute to Lou Rawls, An (2004) as Audio Sweetening
A musical celebration honoring Lou Rawls and benefitting the United Negro College Fund.
3.
VH1 Divas (2004) as Audio Sweetener
Live coverage of VH1's seventh annual Divas benefit.
4.
61st Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2004) as Audio Embellishment
Live coverage of the 61st Annual Golden Globe awards honoring both film and television.
5.
AFI Lifetime Achievement Award: A tribute to Meryl Streep (2004) as Sweetener
AFI presents Meryl Streep with their award for career achivement in film, looking back on her career and celebrated by her friends in the industry.
6.
Lifetime's Achievement Awards: Women Changing the World (2003) as Sweetener
A special that salutes six women, as nominated by network viewers, for their efforts to change the world for the better.
7.
60th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2003) as Audio Embellishment
Live coverage of the 60th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Awards for film and television stars are presented by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
8.
6th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (2003) as Sweetener
Coverage of the 6th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest featuring performances of classic and contemporary holiday songs.
9.
3rd Annual BET Awards (2003) as Audio Assist
Coverage of the third annual BET awards from the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, California.
10.
Life's Funniest Moments (2003) as Sound Design
Comedy series that features outtakes from real-life videos.
11.
2003 Radio Music Awards, The (2003) as Sound Design
Coverage of the Radio Music Awards presentation, which recognizes the achievements of recording artists and radio personalities in the musical formats of Top 40/Pop radio; Pop Alternative radio; Hip Hop/Rhythmic radio; Alternative/Rock radio; and Country radio.
12.
2003 Teen Choice Awards, The (2003) as Sweetener
Coverage of the Teen Choice Awards presentation, celebrating teens in film, television, music, sports and fashion -- as chosen by American teenagers.
13.
55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2003) as Sweetener
Live coverage of the 55th annual Primetime Emmy awards.
14.
2003 Essence Awards, The (2003) as Sweetener
The 16th Annual Essence Awards spotlight achievements by people who make a difference. Honorees include Mary J. Blige, Mos Def, Tom Joyner and Queen Latifah (the Readers Choice "Entertainer of the Year" award winner).
15.
ABC 50th Anniversary Celebration (2003) as Sweetener
Special marking the 50th anniversary of the American Broadcasting Company includes cast reunions and great moments from news, sports, movies, dramas and comedies.
16.
5th Annual Family Television Awards, The (2003) as Sweetener
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Awards are given to television shows and actors who best represent family programming and values.
17.
Commies, The (2003) as Sweetener
Presentation of The Commies, honoring the country's comedic talent in motion pictures, television and stand-up. Presentations will conclude with the award for The Funniest Person of the Year.
18.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefiting the United Negro College Fund, An (2002) as Audio Sweetening
A telethon benefiting the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).
19.
44th Annual Grammy Awards, The (2002) as Audio
Coverage of the 44th annual Grammy Awards presentation, the recording industry's highest honors.
20.
World's Funniest Movie Outtakes, The (2002) as Sweetener
This time around movie stars get the blooper treatment.
21.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, An (2001) as Audio Sweetening
Telecast of the annual benefit for the United Negro College Fund.
22.
28th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Audio Sweetener
Live coverage of the 28th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
23.
58th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2001) as Audio Embellishment
Live coverage of the 58th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton. Awards for film and television stars are presented by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
24.
Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life (2001) as Audio Sweetener
The Backstreet Boys perform from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, during their "Around the World in 100 Hours" tour. The program also features footage from their early days together.
25.
Lifetime Presents: Disney's American Teacher Awards (2001) as Audio Sweetner
Twelfth annual Disney's American Teacher Awards, honoring members of the teaching profession in the United States.
26.
2001 Radio Music Awards, The (2001) as Sound Designer
Coverage of the Radio Music Awards presentation, which recognizes the achievements of recording artists and radio personalities in the musical formats of Top 40/Pop radio; Pop Alternative radio; Hip Hop/Rhythmic radio; Alternative/Rock radio; and Country radio.
27.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence, An (2000) as Audio Sweetening
Annual variety gala to benefit the United Negro College Fund and salute the importance of higher education.
28.
Power of One: The Pokemon 2000 Movie Special, The (2000) as Audio Sweetening
A look at the U.S. premiere of Pokemon The Movie 2000" in Los Angeles on July 15, 2000. Goes behind the scenes to the recording sessions and live performances of the music artists who contributed to the movie's soundtrack. Includes clips from the movie.
29.
27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Audio Sweetener
Live coverage of the 27th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
30.
16th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (2000) as Audio Embellishment
Coverage of the 16th Annual Soap Opera Awards honoring programs and preformers from daytime and primetime serials. Winners are selected by "Soap Opera Digest" magazine readers.
31.
Fall in Love With a Stranger (1999) as Audio Embellishment
Vignettes on celebrities and other individuals who have adopted cats and dogs.
32.
56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1999) as Audio Embellishment
Coverage of the 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
33.
1999 Grammy Awards (1999) as Audio
Live coverage of the 41st annual Grammy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Highlights include a celebrity tribute to Duke Ellington led by Wynton Marsalis.
34.
Garth Brooks & the Magic of Christmas (1999) as Audio Embellishment
Holiday special hosted by Garth Brooks and featuring Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole and Trisha Yearwood.
35.
Banned in America: The World's Sexiest Commercials (1999) as Post Audio
A compilation of provocative commercials from around the world that have never been broadcasted in the United States.
36.
26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1999) as Audio Sweetener
Coverage of the 26th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
37.
Tarzan in Concert With Phil Collins (1999) as Post Audio
A preview of Disney's animated film "Tarzan," featuring the voices of Tony Goldwyn, Glenn Close and Minnie Driver and the music of Phil Collins.
38.
Celine Dion: These Are Special Times (1998) as Rerecording Mixer
Celine Dion performs her greatest hits and songs from her Christmas album.
39.
14th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1998) as Audio Embellishment
Presentation of the 14th Annual Soap Opera Awards. Nominees selected by editors of Soap Opera Digest are voted on by the publication's readers.
40.
55th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1998) as Audio Embelishment
Live telecast of the 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which honors both television television and motion picture achievements. All active members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association vote for the 24 categories, which consist of 13 motion picture awards and 11 television awards.
41.
ALMA Awards (1998) as Audio Sweetener
Presentation of the American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The ALMAs, which mean spirit or soul in Spanish, celebrate the positive portrayal of Latino images in American film and television.
42.
25th Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1998) as Audio Sweetener
Presentation of the 25th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
43.
Sinbad: Nothin' But the Funk (1997) as Post Audio Mix
Sinbad takes the stage at Aruba's Guillermo P. Trinidad Memorial Stadium for a stand-up look at vacations, waters sports, kids, music and relationships.
44.
1997 Cable Ace Awards (1997) as Audio Assistant
Live presentation of the 19th Annual CableACE Awards, honoring excellence in cable television.
45.
13th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1997) as Audio Embellishment
Live presentation of the 13th annual Soap Opera Awards, in which the winners were chosen by the readers of "Soap Opera Digest."
46.
54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1997) as Audio Embellishment
Live presentation of the 54th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring achievement in film and television.
47.
24th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1997) as Audio Sweetener
Presentation of the 24th annual Daytime Emmy Awards broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall, New York.
48.
32nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1997) as Audio Embellishment
Presentation of the 32nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
49.
Soul Train Music Awards: 11th Anniversary (1997) as Sound Reinforcement
Gladys Knight, Brandy and LL Cool J host the 11th annual Soul Train Music Awards, telecast from Los Angeles.
50.
3rd Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, The (1997) as Sound Reinforcement
Telecast of the third annual awards ceremony honoring black women who have distinguished themselves in various musical categories, including R&B, rap, jazz, hip-hop and gospel.
51.
31st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (1996) as Audio Embellishment
Live presentation of the 31st annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
52.
12th Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1996) as Audio Embellishment
Live presentation of the 12th annual Soap Opera Awards.
53.
Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 2 (1996) as Post Audio
Outtakes special featuring errors by television stars and pitchmen.
54.
Family Film Awards (1996) as Audio Embellishment
Live coverage of the "Family Film Awards," which honors feature films and television programs that are popular with and appropriate for all members of the family.
55.
53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1996) as Audio Embellishment
Live presentation of the 53rd annual Golden Globe Awards, honoring achievement in film and television.
56.
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1996) as Audio Sweetener
Live presentation of the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
57.
10th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (1996) as Sound Reiforcement
Tenth annual celebration of the best in R&B, rap, soul, gospel and jazz, telecast from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
58.
Bonnie Raitt: Road Tested (1995) as Rerecording Mixer
Bonnie Raitt performs some of her most popular material along with a number of new songs previously unrecorded in this concert from the Paramount Theater in Oakland, California.
59.
TV's Funniest Friends & Neighbors (1995) as Mixer
Compilation retrospective featuring TV's funny friends and neighbors from situation comedies from the 1950s to the present.
60.
52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1995) as Audio Embellishment
Broadcast of the 52nd annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press for achievement in film and television.
61.
Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special, The (1995) as Sound Reinforcement
Special featuring 25 years of highlights from the R&B dance series "Soul Train," as well as new tribute performances. Al Green, MC Hammer, Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Diana Ross, Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder are designated into the Soul Train Hall of Fame.
62.
29th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1994) as Audio Embellishment
A live presentation of the 29th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards honoring outstanding country music performers.
63.
Hot Country Jam '94 (1994) as Audio Embellishment
Country music performances in concert from Nashville as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the stars appearing on the special.
64.
Tenth Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards, The (1994) as Audio Embellishment
A primetime broadcast of the 10th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards.
65.
Academy of Country Music's Greatest Hits, The (1993) as Audio Embellishment
A compilation of the first television performances of well-known country music stars.
66.
Ninth Annual Soap Opera Awards, The (1993) as Audio Embellishment
Primetime broadcast of the annual Soap Opera Digest Awards presentation.
67.
Comedy From the Caribbean (1992) as Audio Post-Production
A four-part live comedy special from Sandals Resort in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
68.
27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1992) as Audio Embellishment
A live broadcast of the 27th annual Academy of Country Music Awards honoring outstanding country music artists.
69.
Those Fabulous 40's (1992) as Audio Post-Sweetening
A special hosted by Hal Linden showcasing big band music from the 1940s. Included are vintage film clips and interview with big band singers.
70.
What About Me? I'm Only 3! (1992) as Audio Embellishment
A variety special in which celebrities address environmental concerns by using questions posed by young children.
71.
Pure Insanity! (1990) as Rerecording Mixer
A game-show pilot featuring contestants who vie for prizes by competing in obstacle courses and performing shocking stunts.

Post Production (special)

72.
35th Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (2004) as Post Audio Sweetener
The NAACP Image Awards honor projects and individuals from television, movies, recording and literature that have helped promote images of people of color.
73.
Dick Clark's New Years Rockin Eve 2004 (2004) as Post-Production Audio
A New Years Eve celebration with live musical performances.
74.
Lewis Black: Black On Broadway (2004) as Post-Production Audio
Special featuring the stand-up comedy of Lewis Black.
75.
George Lopez: Why You Crying? (2004) as Post-Production Audio
Comedian George Lopez riffs on his family and life events that led up to his current success.
76.
Out On The Edge (2004) as Post-Production Audio
Stand-up comedy special hosted by actor Alan Cumming featuring the best of alternative comedy with a distinctly gay edge.
78.
Celine in Las Vegas . . . Opening Night Live! (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Combining "making of" footage with live performance to showcase Celine Dion's concert at her Caesars Palace venue.
79.
Wanda Sykes: Tongue Untied (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Comedy special in which actress/comedian Wanda Sykes takes a closer look at relationships, politics, and religion.
80.
Shania Twain Up! Live in Chicago (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Shania Twain promotes her new album with a free concert for her fans in Chicago.
81.
Jay Mohr: My Turn (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Comedy special starring actor/comedian Jay Mohr in which he provides insights into the many subjects fresh on his mind.
82.
Lifetime's 4th Annual Women Rock! Songs From The Movies (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Lifetime's fourth annual concert to promote breast cancer awareness
83.
ABC's 50th Anniversary Bloopers Celebration (2003) as Post-Production Audio
In honor of ABC's 50th Anniversary, these blooper shows feature outtakes from ABC television shows "Happy Days," "Laverne and Shirley," "Three's Company," "NYPD Blue," "The Practice," "Donny and Marie," "Mork and Mindy," "Welcome Back Kotter," "Taxi," "Roseanne," "According to Jim," "Soap," "Bosom B
84.
Tim Allen Presents: A User's Guide to Home Improvement (2003) as Sweetener
A look back at the successful sitcom "Home Improvement" through clips, bloopers, and personal reflections.
85.
Book of David: The Cult Figure's Manifesto, The (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Comedy special in which actor/comedian David Alan Grier sorts through marriage, the youth of today, world domination, and other complicated and confusing issues.
86.
All ABC Bloopers (2003) as Post-Production Audio
Outtakes from ABC television shows including "My Wife and Kids," "George Lopez," "Alias," "Less Than Perfect," "Live With Regis and Kelly" and many others.
87.
34th NAACP Image Awards, The (2003) as Post Audio Sweetener
The NAACP Image Awards honor projects and individuals from television, movies, recording and literature that have helped promote images of people of color.
88.
Instant Classic Bloopers #02-09 (2002) as Post-Production Audio
Dick Clark hosts another special collecting mistakes and blunders from television, news shows, and commercials and features clips from the Drew Carey Show, the Parkers and a special tribute to Milton Berle.
89.
Motown Christmas, A (2002) as Post-Production Audio
Holiday concert hosted by D.L. Hughley featuring Motown legends singing classic Christmas songs.
90.
More Classic Bloopers (2002) as Post-Production Audio
Comedy special featuring unscripted segments of popular television productions caught on camera. Vicki Lawrence introduces bloopers from "Mama's Family" and "The Carol Burnett Show." Florence Henderson introduces bloopers from "Maude."
91.
Classic TV Bloopers (2001) as Post-Production Audio
Dick Clark celebrates his 20th year of hosting "Bloopers" with a special featuring out-takes of some of the most famous stars in entertainment history.
92.
All New Bloopers #00-04 (2001) as Post-Production Audio
Dick Clark hosts an all-new "Bloopers" special, featuring outtakes from many popular TV series, movies and news programs. Also, special guests stars share some of their own on-screen mishaps.
93.
All New Bloopers #00-05 (2001) as Post-Production Audio
A compilation of "bloopers" from film and television. Steve Harvey presents bloopers from his own "The Steve Harvey Show," and Lynn Herring introduces a segment of bloopers from daytime television, including her own "Port Charles."
94.
Sports Illustrated's Night of Champions (2001) as Post-Production Audio
A tribute to a group of the sports world's top performers of 2001 and legendary figures from the past. The program reveals the 2001 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year, and honors Sports Illustrated Women's Sportswoman of the Year, three-time NBA Most Valuable Player Earvin "Magic" Johnson and
95.
Kevin James: Sweat the Small Stuff (2001) as Post-Production Audio
Comedian Kevin James performs from the Hudson Theater in New York City.
96.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2002 (2001) as Post-Production Audio
In Part 1, Dick Clark rings in the New Year from Times Square in New York City, while Wayne Brady presides over segments from Hollywood and introduces music artists. In Part 2, Wayne Brady continues the party, as Dick Clark closes the curtain on the activities in New York's Times Square.
97.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2001 (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Dick Clark hosts the annual New Year's eve event from New York's Times Square with featured music performances from Hollywood.
98.
Christina Aguilera: My Reflection (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Christina Aguilera and special guests Brian McKnight and rapper Little Bow Wow perform from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
99.
All-Star Bloopers (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Host Dick Clark is joined by Melissa Joan Hart ("Sabrina, the Teenage Witch"), D.L. Hughley ("The Hughleys"), and Richard Ruccolo ("Two Guys and a Girl"), who share their favorite flubs and on-camera foibles. The program also features bloopers from other comedy shows, soap operas and the Miss Americ
100.
Women Rock! Girls & Guitars (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Concert special to raise money and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Benefiting the National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organization (NABCO) and the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC), the concert is held at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles.
101.
Faith! (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Country music artist Faith Hill performs for her first primetime network television special from the Palace Theater in Auburn Hills, Detroit, Michigan.
102.
Elton John: Greatest Hits Live! One Night Only (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Singer/composer Elton John performs in concert from Madison Square Garden in New York City.
103.
6th Annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2000) as Post-Production Audio
Coverage of the 6th annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards presentation ceremony from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards honor the lead and supporting actors and actresses in the top-performing movies of 1999, as well as music artists based on top-selling alb
104.
Grammy's Greatest Performances (1999) as Post-Production Audio
A countdown of the 10 greatest Grammy performances of all time in the categories of pop, country, rock and r&b.
105.
Outrageous TV (1999) as Post-Production Audio
Reality special that features clips from game shows, television commercials, outtakes and other comedic footage from around the world.
106.
Shania Twain: Come on Over (1999) as Post-Production Audio
Country music artist Shania Twain in concert from Texas Stadium in Dallas.
107.
Sinbad's Summer Jam 4: 70's Soul Music Festival (1998) as Post Mixer
Music groups perform their greatest hits from the 1970s.
108.
All Star Party For Aaron Spelling, An (1998) as Post-Production Audio
A tribute to successful television producer Aaron Spelling, featuring clips and cast reunions to commemorate over three decades of primetime series.
109.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve '99 (1998) as Post-Production Audio
Special that celebrates the new year with Dick Clark counting down to midnight from Times Square in New York City. D.L. Hughley and Elise Neal preside over musical acts from Harrahs Las Vegas Casino & Hotel.
110.
Sinbad's Summer Jam 3: 70's Soul Music Festival (1997) as Post Mix
Concert of soul bands of the 1970s from Aruba's Guillermo P. Trinidad Memorial Stadium, hosted by Sinbad.
111.
Meet Hanson (1997) as Post-Production Audio
Special with the pop group Hanson performing its songs in settings reminiscent of some of television's favorite series and specials. Features Dick Clark interviewing Hanson as he would have on a classic episode of "American Bandstand."
112.
All-New All-Star TV Censored When Bloopers Attack! (1997) as Post-Production Audio
Dick Clark hosts this special that showcases outtakes, mistakes, giggles and tongue-twisters from television shows and news programs. Features celebrity guests Amy Pietz, Steve Harvey and Los Angeles Dodgers star Brett Butler.
113.
All-Star TV Censored Tickle Me Bloopers (1997) as Post-Production Audio
Special featuring outtakes from film, television and the world of sports.
114.
All-Star TV Censored Show Me the Bloopers (1997) as Post-Production Audio
Special featuring the outtakes from popular television series, sports shows and newscasts.
115.
Rudy Coby: Ridiculously Dangerous (1996) as Post-Production Audio
Renowned illusionist Rudy Coby showcases his style, combining high technology with magic, comedy, science and music. Performing at Universal Studios in Hollywood as a mad scientist, Coby's illusions and death defying acts include making an armored truck disappear, escaping a tank of piranhas and bei
116.
All-Star TV Censored Mega Bloopers (1996) as Post-Production Audio
Special featuring comic television outtakes from popular programs including "Wings" "Frasier" "Hercules" and "Mad About You."
117.
All-Star TV Censored Bloopers - Fat Free! (1996) as Post-Production Audio
Special featuring television outtakes as well as bloopers from live television.
118.
Latin Nights: An All-Star Celebration (1995) as Post-Production Audio
Hosted by comedian Paul Rodriguez, this variety special benefits the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund (NHSF).
119.
All-New All Star TV Censored Bloopers - Unplugged! (1995) as Post-Production Audio
Special featuring television outtakes as well as bloopers from live television.
120.
Will You Marry Me? II (1994) as Post-Production Audio
Six couples propose marriage in imaginative and unexpected ways. Then, celebrities host an "engagement" party for these lovestruck men and women.
121.
All-New Return of TV Censored Bloopers (1994) as Post-Production Audio
A new edition of television bloopers and outtakes.
122.
Will You Marry Me? (1994) as Post-Production Audio
Six couples propose marriage in imaginative and unexpected ways.
123.
American Bandstand's Teen Idols (1994) as Post-Production Audio
A retrospective look at teen idols of rock and entertainment through classic performances and footage.
124.
Magic of David Copperfield XV: Fires of Passion, The (1993) as Post-Production Audio
A special starring master illusionist David Copperfield, who hangs upside-down from burning ropes ten stories above razor sharp spikes and a raging fire.
125.
Edna Time (1993) as Post-Production Audio
A special/pilot in which actor Barry Humphries portrays nouveau-riche Australian Dame Edna Everage in this spoof of talk-shows.
126.
Comedy Concert II, The (1990) as Post-Production Audio
A special hosted by Monty Hall, featuring Fred Travalena and comedians Jeff Dunham, Henry Cho, Etta May and Sean Morey.

Misc. Crew (special)

127.
53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2001) as Sweetener
Live coverage of the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
128.
Carol Burnett Show: Show Stoppers, The (2001) as Sweetener
A reunion of the cast of "The Carol Burnett Show," a variety series telecast from 1967 to 1978 on CBS, and during the 1991-1992 season on CBS. The program features comedy performances, never-before-seen bloopers and outtakes, reminiscences from the stars' years together and a tribute to costume desi
129.
3rd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2001) as Sweetener
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who best represent family programming and values. The catagories and honorees are: Actor (Tom Cavanaugh from "Ed"); Actress (Lauren Graham from "Gilmore Girls" and Jane Ka
130.
2nd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2000)
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who represent family programming and values. The categories are: Actor; Actress; Drama Series; Comedy Series; Movie, Mini-Series or Special; Inspiring Stories/Pride in Our
131.
52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Sweetener
Live coverage of the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
132.
5th Annual ALMA Awards (2000) as Sweetener
Coverage of the 2000 American Latino Media Arts Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California. The ALMA Awards, given by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), honor the positive portrayal of Latino images in American film, television and music.
133.
2nd Annual Family Television Awards, The (2000) as Sweetener
Awards special that recognizes outstanding programming for family viewing. Eight awards are given to television shows and actors who represent family programming and values. The categories are: Actor; Actress; Drama Series; Comedy Series; Movie, Mini-Series or Special; Inspiring Stories/Pride in Our
134.
Powers of the Paranormal: Live on Stage! (2000) as Sweetener
Special that features ordinary people experiencing extraordinary things -- psychics, seances, spoon-bending, telekinesis and other "stranger than fiction" occurrences -- as well as experts who claim they can give rational, earthly explanations.
135.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (1998)
Live presentation of the fourth annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards ceremony, from the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
136.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (1998) as Sweetener
Live presentation of the fourth annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards ceremony, from the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
137.
Screen Actors Guild 4th Annual Awards (1998) as Sweetener
Live presentation of the Fourth Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Awards are presented in five film categories and eight television categories.
138.
Sinbad -- Son of a Preacher Man (1996) as Sweetener
Comedian Sinbad performs at Denver's Paramount Theater where he comments on the perils of skiing, parasailing during a bad vacation, fashion trends in lingerie, etc. Also features music by the Voices of Faith Choir.

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