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The 31st Annual Tony Awards

Author: Alexander H CohenHildy ParksClark JonesElliot LawrenceRoy A SomlyoAll authors
Publisher: New York, ©1977.
Series: Tony Awards
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
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Genre/Form: Television
Named Person: Lenny Baker; Jonathan Pryce; Barry Bostwick; Al Pacino; Delores Hall; Trazana Beverley; Dorothy Loudon; Julie Harris; Thomas Meehan; Peter Gennaro; Theoni V Aldredge; Gene Saks; Gordon Davidson; Jennifer Tipton; David Mitchell; Charles Strouse; Martin Charnin; Cheryl Crawford; Diana Ross; Michael Cristofer; George Gershwin; Charles Strouse
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander H Cohen; Hildy Parks; Clark Jones; Elliot Lawrence; Roy A Somlyo; Millicent Martin; Jack Albertson; Beatrice Arthur; Buddy Ebsen; Damon Evans; Jean Stapleton; Leslie Uggams; Jane Alexander; Alan Arkin; Lauren Bacall; Valerie Harper; Barry Manilow; Robert Preston; Tony Randall; Lily Tomlin; Lenny Baker; Jonathan Pryce; Barry Bostwick; Al Pacino; Delores Hall; Trazana Beverley; David Hays; Dorothy Loudon; Thomas Meehan; Peter Gennaro; Theoni V Aldredge; Gordon Davidson; Jennifer Tipton; David Mitchell; Charles Strouse; Martin Charnin; Cheryl Crawford; Sherwin M Goldman; George Wojtasik; Michael Cristofer; Diana Ross; Mike Nichols; American Theatre Wing.; ABC Television Network.
OCLC Number: 78579565
Notes: Credits at end of tape.
Includes television commercials and blackouts intended for commercials.
Not all awards presented included in the broadcast. For a complete list of recipients see tonyawards.com.
Survival was the theme of the 1977 Tony Awards. The hosts each did a solo turn, reinforcing the theme with songs of determination and perseverance, including I'm still here, Before the parade passes by, Don't rain on my parade, September song, You'll never walk alone, New York City rhythm, Climb ev'ry mountain, and Being alive.
Musicals and plays represented (show, song / performer): Annie, You're never fully dressed without a smile; Easy street; Tomorrow / Andrea McArdle, Dorothy Loudon and Company -- Happy end, Bilboa song / Company -- I love my wife, I love my wife; Married couple seeks married couple; Hey there, good times / Company -- Side by side by Sondheim, I'm still here / Millicent Martin.
Regional Theatre Award winner: Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, Calif., Gordon Davidson, director.
Lawrence Langner Award winner: Cheryl Crawford.
Special Tony Awards: National Theatre of the Deaf, David Hayes, artistic director; Equity Library Theatre, New York, N.Y. George Wojtasik, managing director; Diana Ross.
Credits: Musical director, Elliot Lawrence ; co-produced by Roy A. Somlyo.
Performer(s): Hosts-performers-presenters: Jack Albertson, Beatrice Arthur, Buddy Ebsen, Damon Evans, Jean Stapleton, Leslie Uggams.
Presenters-performers: Jane Alexander, Alan Arkin, Lauren Bacall, Valerie Harper, Barry Manilow, Robert Preston, Tony Randall, Lily Tomlin.
Event notes: Videotaped by the ABC Television Network at the Shubert Theatre, New York, N.Y., during a live broadcast June 5, 1977.
Description: 2 videocassette (VHS) (155 min.) : bsd., col. NTSC ; 1/2 in.
Contents: Award recipients (performer, category / play title): Lenny Baker, featured actor / I love my wife --
Jonathan Pryce, featured actor / Comedians --
Barry Bostwick, actor / The robber bridegroom --
Al Pacino, actor / The basic training of Pavlo Hummel --
Delores Hall, featured actress / Your arm's too short to box with God --
Trazana Beverley, featured actress / For colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf --
Dorothy Loudon, actress / Annie --
Julie Harris, actress / The belle of Amherst. Award recipients (name, category / play title): Thomas Meehan, book / Annie --
Peter Gennaro, choreographer / Annie --
Theoni V. Aldredge, costume designer / Annie --
Gene Saks, director, musical / I love my wife --
Gordon Davidson, director, play / The shadow box --
Jennifer Tipton, lighting designer / The cherry orchard --
Sherwin M. Goldman and Houston Grand Opera, producers, revival / Porgy and Bess --
Lewis Allen, Mike Nichols, Irwin Meyer, and Stephen R. Friedman, producers, musical / Annie --
Michael Cristofer, playwright; Allan Francis, Ken Marsolais, Lester Osterman, and Leonard Soloway, producers, play / The shadow box --
David Mitchell, scenic designer / Annie --
Charles Strouse, music; Martin Charnin, lyrics, score / Annie.
Series Title: Tony Awards
Other Titles: 1977 Tony Awards
Responsibility: executive producer, Alexander H. Cohen ; written and produced by Hildy Parks ; directed by Clark Jones.

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