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20th Daytime Emmy Awards

 

20th Daytime Emmy Awards

20th Daytime Emmy Awards
Date May 26, 1993
Location Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York City
Host Susan Lucci
Walt Willey
Television/Radio coverage
Network ABC

Contents

  • Outstanding Drama Series 1
  • Outstanding Lead Actor 2
  • Outstanding Lead Actress 3
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor 4
  • Outstanding Supporting Actress 5
  • Outstanding Younger Actor 6
  • Outstanding Younger Actress 7
  • Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team 8
  • Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team 9
  • Outstanding Game Show 10
  • Outstanding Game Show Host 11
  • Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program 12
  • Outstanding Music Direction and Composition 13
  • Outstanding Film Sound Mixing 14
  • Outstanding Film Sound Editing 15
  • Outstanding Children's Animated Program 16
  • Outstanding Children's Series 17
  • Lifetime achievement award 18
  • References 19

Outstanding Drama Series

Outstanding Lead Actor

Outstanding Lead Actress

Outstanding Supporting Actor

Outstanding Supporting Actress

Outstanding Younger Actor

Outstanding Younger Actress

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team

Outstanding Game Show

Outstanding Game Show Host

Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program

Outstanding Music Direction and Composition

Outstanding Film Sound Mixing

Outstanding Film Sound Editing

  • Paca Thomas, Ray Leonard, Marc S. Perlman and Melissa Ellis (Back to the Future: The Animated Series)
  • Marshall Crutcher and Philip Perkins (Great Wonders of the World - "Wonders of Nature")
  • Tom Jaeger, Rick Freeman, Michael Geisler, Michael Gollom, Sam Horta, John O. Robinson III, Timothy Borquez and Brian F. Mars (The Little Mermaid)
  • Rick Hinson, Cecil Broughton, Charlie King, Rich Harrison, Jerry Winicki, Jennifer Harrison, David Lynch and Andrew Rose (Darkwing Duck)
  • Robert Hargreaves, Aaron L. King, Bob Lacivita, Matt Thorne, Thomas Milano, Mark Keatts, Jeff M. Sliney, Mike Dickeson and Russell Brower (Batman: The Animated Series)

Outstanding Children's Animated Program

Outstanding Children's Series

Lifetime achievement award

References

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