Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Miniseries or Movie

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The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction for a Miniseries or Movie is a retired award that was handed out annually at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. In 2014, the category was restructured into Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More) and Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period Program (One Hour or More).

Winners and nominations[edit]

Outstanding Art Direction for a Dramatic Special

1970s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1974
[1]
The Lie Jan Scott, Charles Kreiner CBS
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman Michael D. Haller ABC
The Execution of Private Slovik Walter H. Tyler, Richard Friedman NBC
1975
[2]
Love Among the Ruins Carmen Dillon, Tessa Davies ABC
The Legend of Lizzie Borden Jack De Shields, Harry Gordon ABC
1976
[3]
Eleanor and Franklin Jan Scott, Antony Mondello ABC
Barbary Coast Jack De Shields, Reg Allen ABC
The Legendary Curse of the Hope Diamond Roy Christopher, Frank Lombardo CBS
1977
[4]
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years Jan Scott, Anne D. McCulley ABC
Amelia Earhart William H. Tuntke, Richard Friedman NBC
Eccentricities of a Nightingale Trevor Williams, Robert Checchi PBS
The Last of Mrs. Lincoln Roy Christopher, Beulah Frankel
1978
[5]
Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women John DeCuir, Richard C. Goddard NBC
The Bastard Loyd S. Papez, Richard Friedman Syndicated
The Gathering Jan Scott, Anne D. McCulley ABC
It Happened One Christmas John J. Lloyd, Hal Gausman
Our Town Roy Christopher, James Shanahan NBC

Outstanding Art Direction for a Miniseries or Movie

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1979
[6]
Studs Lonigan "Part 3" Jan Scott, Bill Harp NBC
Backstairs at the White House "Book One" Richard Y. Haman, Anne D. McCulley NBC
Blind Ambition "Part 3" Michael Baugh, Robert Checchi, Arthur Jeph Parker CBS
Centennial "The Shepherds" Jack Senter, John W. Corso, Sherman Loudermilk, Joseph J. Stone, John M. Dwyer, Robert George Freer NBC
Studs Lonigan "Part 1" Jan Scott, Edward J. McDonald, Bill Harp

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1980
[7]
Gauguin the Savage Wilfred Shingleton, Julian Sacks, Jean Taillandier, Cheryal Kearney, Robert Christidès CBS
All Quiet on the Western Front John Stoll, Karel Vacek CBS
Brave New World Tom H. John, Mary Ann Biddle NBC
The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd Jack De Shields, Ira Bates CBS
Orphan Train Jan Scott, Bill Harp
The Silent Lovers Michael Baugh, Jerry Adams NBC
1981
[8]
East of Eden "Part 3" Ray Storey, Dennis W. Peeples, Dave L. Love ABC
Marilyn: The Untold Story Jan Scott, Sydney Z. Litwack, Bill Harp ABC
Masada "Part 4" Jack Senter, George Renne, Kuli Sander, Joseph J. Stone, Edward M. Parker
Playing for Time Robert Gundlach, Gary Jones CBS
Shōgun "Part 5" Joseph R. Jennings, Yoshinobu Nishioka, Tom Pedigo, Shoichi Yasuda NBC
1982
[9]
The Letter James Hulsey, Jerry Adams ABC
Brideshead Revisited "Et in Arcadia Ego" Peter Phillips PBS
Inside the Third Reich Rolf Zehetbauer, Kuli Sander, Herbert Strabel ABC
Marco Polo "Part 2" Luciano Ricceri, Bruno Cesari NBC
1983
[10]
The Thorn Birds "Part 1" Robert MacKichan, Jerry Adams ABC
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby "Part 4" John Napier Syndicated
Little Gloria... Happy at Last Stuart Wurtzel, Guy J. Comtois, Enrico Campana, Doug Kraner, Maurice Leblanc NBC
The Scarlet Pimpernel Tony Curtis, Carolyn Scott CBS
The Winds of War "The Winds Rise" Jackson De Govia, John V. Cartwright, Malcolm Middleton, Michael Minor, Francesco Chianese, Hertha Hareiter, Thomas L. Roysden ABC
1984
[11]
A Streetcar Named Desire James Hulsey, George R. Nelson ABC
Chiefs "Part 2" Charles C. Bennett, Victor Kempster CBS
The Day After Peter Wooley, Mary Ann Good ABC
The First Olympics: Athens 1896 Michael Stringer, Fred Carter, Petros Kapouralis, Terry Parr NBC
Invitation to Hell Hub Braden, Bill Harp ABC
The Master of Ballantrae John Biggs, Derek Nice CBS
1985
[12]
Evergreen "Part 1" Jan Scott, Charles C. Bennett, David Davis, Robert Drumheller, Jacques M. Bradette NBC
Christopher Columbus Mario Chiari, Francesco Frigeri, Enzo Eusepi CBS
A Death in California Hub Braden, Donald J. Remacle ABC
The Jewel in the Crown "The Regimental Silver" Vic Symonds, Alan Pickford PBS
My Wicked, Wicked Ways: The Legend of Errol Flynn Albert Heschong, Richard Berger, Dave L. Love CBS
1986
[13]
Death of a Salesman Tony Walton, John Kasarda, Robert J. Franco CBS
An Early Frost James Hulsey, Hal Gausman NBC
The Long Hot Summer "Part 1" Jan Scott, Keith Hein
Peter the Great "Part 1" Aleksandr Popov, John Blezard, Freddi Dobsak
1987
[14]
The Two Mrs. Grenvilles "Part 2" Malcolm Middleton, Herbert Westbrook, Harry Cordwell NBC
Escape from Sobibor Allan Starski, Vlastimir Gavrik, Milorad Kalanj, Miodrag Miric CBS
Fresno "Part 1" Tommy Goetz, Mary Ann Good, Charles B. Pierce
Lyndon Johnston Ben Edwards, Mike Patterson PBS
There Must Be a Pony James J. Agazzi, Ross Bellah, Audrey A. Blasdel, Jerry Adams ABC
1988
[15]
Foxfire Jan Scott, Erica Rogalla CBS
Lincoln "Part 1" Paul Peters, Lynn Smart NBC
Noble House "Part 1" Robert W. Laing, Francesco Chianese, George Richardson, Hugh Scaife
1989
[16]
I'll Be Home for Christmas Jan Scott, Jack Taylor, Edward J. McDonald NBC
Around the World in 80 Days "Part 1" Vladislav Lasic, Mike Porter, Ian Watson, Jonathan Cheung, Roger Hulme, Chung Yee Fung, Svetislav Todorovic NBC
I Never Sang for My Father Roy Christopher, Greg Richman PBS
Lonesome Dove "The Return" Cary White, Michael J. Sullivan CBS
War and Remembrance "Part 12" Guy J. Comtois, Veronica Hadfield, William Cruse, Norm Baron, Jean-Michel Hugon, Francesco Chianese, Hari Pischinger, Wally White, Don K. Ivey, Richard Reams, Jeff Haley, Malcolm Stone ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
1990
[17]
The Phantom of the Opera "Part 2" Timian Alsaker, Jacques Bufnoir NBC
Blind Faith "Part 2" Jan Scott, Anthony Brockliss, Bill Harp NBC
Caroline? Jan Scott, Joseph Litsch CBS
Great Expectations "Part 1" Keith Wilson, Stephen Bream Disney Channel
The Kennedys of Massachusetts "Part 1" Jan Scott, Jack Taylor, Paul W. Gorfine, Jeff Haley, Tracey A. Doyle ABC
1991
[18]
The Josephine Baker Story József Romvári, Dean Tschetter HBO
The Flash "Pilot" Dean Edward Mitzner, Jeanette M. Gunn CBS
An Inconvenient Woman "Part 1" Stephen Storer, Mimi Gramatky, Sharon Viljoen ABC
Sarah, Plain and Tall Ed Wittstein, Robert Checchi CBS
1992
[19]
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles "Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal" Gavin Bocquet, Keith Pain, Lucy Richardson, Maggie Gray ABC
Cruel Doubt "Part 2" Jan Scott, Sandy Getzler, Donald Krafft NBC
Homefront "Pilot" Dean Edward Mitzner, Anne D. McCulley ABC
I'll Fly Away "Pilot" James Hulsey, Joseph Litsch NBC
Miss Rose White Fred Harpman, Robert Checchi
1993
[20]
Stalin Keith Wilson, Vladimir Murzin, Alistair Kay, Vladimir Bashkin, Peter Drozd, Eugene Kamaev, Vladimir Rybin, Yuri Shuyer, Valery Tsvetkov, Alexander Kazmischev HBO
Barbarians at the Gate Linda Pearl, Michael Armani, Jan K. Bergstrom, Karen O'Hara HBO
Citizen Cohn Stephen Marsh, Gary Kosko, Diana Stoughton
Sinatra "Part 1" Veronica Hadfield, Richard L. Johnson, Cindy Carr, Robin Royce CBS
Wild Palms "Part 2" Dins Danielsen, Mark Zuelzke, Suzette Sheets ABC
1994
[21]
Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All "Part 1" Charles C. Bennett, Amy McGary CBS
And the Band Played On Victoria Paul, Lee Mayman, Diana Allen Williams HBO
Gypsy Jackson De Govia, John R. Jensen, K.C. Fox CBS
The Stand "Part 4" Susan Benjamin, Nelson Coates, Michael Perry, Burton Rencher ABC
Zelda Roger Cain, Ronald Fauteux TNT
1995
[22]
Scarlett "Part 1" Rodger Maus, Brian Ackland-Snow, Josie MacAvin, Joseph Litsch CBS
Buffalo Girls Cary White, Michael J. Sullivan, Alistair Kay, Barbara Haberecht CBS
In Search of Dr. Seuss Thomas A. Walsh, Ricardo Morin, Thomas P. Wilkins, Leslie E. Rollins TNT
Joseph "Part 1" Enrico Sabbatini, Paolo Biagetti
Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story "Part 2" James J. Agazzi, Sandy Getzler, Donald Krafft NBC
The Piano Lesson James William Newport, Tim Saternow, Diana Stoughton CBS
1996
[23]
Gulliver's Travels Roger Hall, John Fenner, Alan Tomkins (uk: art director), Frederic Evard (portugal: art director), Rosalind Shingleton NBC
Andersonville Michael Z. Hanan, Edward L. Rubin, Douglas A. Mowat TNT
Harvest of Fire Jan Scott, Paul Steffensen, Erica Rogalla CBS
Rasputin Miljen Kreka Kljakovic, Branimir Babic, Yury Pashigorev, Lóránt Jávor, Aleksandar Denic, Livia Balogh HBO
A Streetcar Named Desire Fred Harpman, Janet Stokes, Tom Pedigo CBS
1997
[24]
Emma Don Taylor, Jo Graysmark, John Bush A&E
The Hunchback Trevor Williams, József Romvári, András Maros TNT
Mrs. Santa Claus Hub Braden, Mary Dodson, Ellen Totleben CBS
The Odyssey Roger Hall, John King, Frederic Evard, Karen Brookes NBC
Weapons of Mass Distraction Charles Rosen, Chas. Butcher, Charles William Breen, Stephanie Ziemer, Linda Spheeris HBO
1998
[25]
Merlin "Part 1" Roger Hall, John King, Michael Boone, Karen Brookes NBC
Buffalo Soldiers Michael Baugh, William Vail TNT
From the Earth to the Moon "Le Voyage Dans La Lune" Richard Toyon, Kitty Doris-Bates, Seth Reed, Amy Wells, Michele Poulik HBO
Moby Dick Leslie Binns, Andrew Walpole, Peter Kendall, Jill Eden USA
More Tales of the City "Part 2" Normand Sarazin, Lise Ethier, Anne Grenier Showtime
1999
[26]
The Rat Pack Hilda Stark, Kathleen M. McKernin, Linda Spheeris HBO
Alice in Wonderland Roger Hall, Alan Tomkins, Rosalind Shingleton, Karen Brookes HBO
Cleopatra "Part 1" Martin Hitchcock, Frank Walsh, Judy Farr ABC
Horatio Hornblower "The Fire Ships" Andrew Mollo, Mike Joyce, Jan Chaney, Christian Huband A&E
Joan of Arc "Part 1" Michael Joy, Shannon Grover, Martin Martinec CBS
Winchell Marcia Hinds, Bo Johnson, Cindy Coburn HBO

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2000
[27]
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge James H. Spencer, A. Leslie Thomas, Robert Greenfield HBO
Annie Stephen Hendrickson, Edward L. Rubin, Archie D'Amico ABC
Arabian Nights "Part 2" Tony Burrough, Choi Ho Man, Dominic Smithers
Gepetto Charles Wood, Mark Zuelzke, Garrett Lewis
RKO 281 Maria Djurkovic, Lucinda Thomson, Tatiana Macdonald HBO
2001
[28]
Anne Frank: The Whole Story "Part 2" Ondrej Nekvasil, Jan Vlasák, Marie Raskova ABC
Horatio Hornblower "Mutiny" Rob Harris, Peter Wenham, Matthew Robinson A&E
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows "Part 1" Dan Davis, Ian Hall, Stephanie Ziemer ABC
On Golden Pond Eugene Lee, Matthew C. Jacobs, Joe Bevacqua CBS
61* Rusty Smith, Denise Hudson, Anne D. McCulley HBO
2002
[29]
James Dean Robert Pearson, Marc Dabe, Leslie McCarthy-Frankenheimer TNT
Band of Brothers "The Breaking Point" Anthony Pratt, Don Dossett, Alan Tomkins, Kevin Phipps, Desmond Crowe, Malcolm Stone HBO
Dinotopia "Part 1" Walter P. Martishius, Malcolm Middleton, Jim Morahan, Peter Walpole ABC
The Mists of Avalon "Part 1" Rodger Maus, Jaromír Svarc, Vlasta Svoboda, Barbora Bucharova TNT
Stephen King's Rose Red "Part 2" Craig Stearns, Randy Moore, Maggie Martin ABC
2003
[30]
Hitler: The Rise of Evil "Part 1" Marek Dobrowolski, Martin Martinec, Albrecht Konrad, Karel Vanásek CBS
Live from Baghdad Richard Hoover, Matthew C. Jacobs, Brian Kasch HBO
Meredith Willson's The Music Man Stephen Hendrickson, Edward Bonutto, Caroline George-Kohne ABC
My House in Umbria Luciana Arrighi, Christina Onori, Alessandra Querzola HBO
Napoléon "Part 2" Richard Cunin, Réal Proulx A&E
2004
[31]
Angels in America Stuart Wurtzel, John Kasarda, George DeTitta Jr. HBO
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Herbert Pinter, Bernardo Trujillo, Jay Aroesty HBO
Horatio Hornblower "Loyalty" & "Duty" Rob Harris, Peter Wenham, Paul Cross, Stephen Campbell, Tina Jones A&E
Ike: Countdown to D-Day Ralph Davies, Nick Bassett, Andy McLaren, Jill Cormack
The Lion in Winter Roger Hall, János Szabolcs, István Tóth Showtime
2005
[32]
The Lost Prince John Paul Kelly, Emma MacDevitt, Sara Wan PBS
Warm Springs Sarah Knowles, Scott Ritenour, Thomas Minton, Frank Galline HBO
Empire Falls Stuart Wurtzel, John Kasarda, Maria Nay HBO
Faith of My Fathers Vincent M. Cresciman, Raymond Pumilia A&E
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Norman Garwood, Chris Lowe, Lucy Richardson, John Ralph, Maggie Gray HBO
2006
[33]
Elizabeth I Eve Stewart, Leon McCarthy, Sarah Whittle HBO
Bleak House Simon Elliott, Bill Crutcher PBS
The Girl in the Café Candida Otton, Andrea Coathupe HBO
Into the West Marek Dobrowolski, Rick Roberts, Guy Barnes, Paul Healy, Wendy Ozols-Barnes TNT
Stephen King's Desperation Phil Dagort, Jason Weil, Marcia Calosio ABC
2007
[34]
Jane Eyre Grenville Horner, Patrick Rolfe, Clare Andrade PBS
Broken Trail Ken Rempel, Bill Ives, Paul Healy AMC
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Ian D. Thomas, Douglasann Menchions, Paul Healy HBO
Return to Halloweentown Edward L. Rubin, Ken Kirchner Disney Channel
The Starter Wife Tracey Gallacher, Brian Edmonds, Rolland Pike USA
2008
[35]
John Adams Gemma Jackson, David Crank, Christina Moore, Kathy Lucas, Sarah Whittle HBO
The Andromeda Strain Jerry Wanek, Dan Hermansen, Merlin Dervisevic A&E
Cranford Donal Woods, Trisha Edwards PBS
Recount Patti Podesta, Christopher Tandon, Anuradha Mehta HBO
Tin Man Michael Joy, Paolo G. Venturi, Mark Lane Sci-Fi
2009
[36]
Grey Gardens Kalina Ivanov, Brandt Gordon, Norma Jean Sanders HBO
Little Dorrit James Merifield, Paul Ghirardani, Deborah Wilson PBS
Generation Kill Rob Harris, Mickey Lennon, Emilia Roux HBO
Into the Storm Luciana Arrighi, Paul Ghirardani, Ian Whittaker
Taking Chance Dan Leigh, James Donahue, Ron von Blomberg

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode(s) Nominees Network
2010
[37]
The Pacific Tom Conroy, Colman Corish, Crispian Sallis HBO
Georgia O'Keeffe Stephen Altman, John Bucklin, Helen Britten Lifetime
Return to Cranford Donal Woods, Mark Kebby, Trisha Edwards PBS
Temple Grandin Richard Hoover, Meghan C. Rogers, Gabriella Villarreal HBO
You Don't Know Jack Mark Ricker, Amy Fritz, Rena DeAngelo
2011
[38]
Mildred Pierce Mark Friedberg, Peter Rogness, Ellen Christiansen HBO
Downton Abbey Donal Woods, Charmian Adams, Gina Cromwell PBS
The Kennedys Rocco Matteo, Mun Ying Kwun, Enrico Campana Reelz
Upstairs Downstairs Eve Stewart, David Hindle, Julia Castle PBS
2012
[39]
Great Expectations David Roger, Paul Ghirardani, Jo Kornstein PBS
American Horror Story "Open House" Mark Worthington, Edward L. Rubin, Ellen Brill FX
"Pilot" Beth A. Rubino, Charles M. Lagola, Ellen Brill
Hatfields & McCoys Derek R. Hill, Serban Porupca, John B. Vertrees, Sally Black History
Hemingway & Gellhorn Geoffrey Kirkland, Nanci Noblett, Jim Erickson HBO
Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia Arwel Jones, Dafydd Shurmer, Joelle Rumbelow PBS
2013
[40]
Behind the Candelabra Howard Cummings, Patrick M. Sullivan Jr., Barbara Munch HBO
American Horror Story: Asylum "I Am Anne Frank, Part 2" Mark Worthington, Andrew Murdock, Ellen Brill FX
"Welcome to Briarcliff" Mark Worthington, Edward L. Rubin, Ellen Brill
Phil Spector Patrizia von Brandenstein, Fredda Slavin, Diane Lederman HBO
Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden Guy Barnes, Rosario Provenza, Wendy Ozols-Barnes Nat Geo

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