TV Academy names costume design noms

'Cher, ' 'Annie,' 'Sex' in trophy hunt

This article was updated on August 14, 2000.

The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Monday announced individual nominations for the 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards’ three costume categories. The winners in the costume categories for the 52nd Annual Emmy Awards will be announced at the Creative Arts Awards on Aug. 26. Information was incomplete in Wednesday’s paper. ABC will air the kudoscast Sept. 10.


“Any Day Now” (It’s Not About the Butter) (Part 1 and Part 2), Lifetime, Spelling Entertainment Group — Elizabeth Palmer, costume designer; Mary Anne Aston, costume supervisor.

“Providence” (Syd in Wonderland) NBC, John Masius Prods. in association with NBC Studios — Giovanna Ottobre Melton, costume designer; Sandy Kenyon, costume supervisor.

“Sex and the City” (La Douleur Exquise!) HBO, Darren Star Prods. in association with HBO Original Programming — Patricia Field, costume designer; Rebecca Wineberg, costume designer; Molly Rogers, costume supervisor.

“The Sopranos” (Commendatori) HBO, Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming — Juliet Polsca, costume designer; Lauren Press, Kim Wilcox, assistant costume designers; Gail Fitzgibbons, Kevin Faherty, costume supervisors.

“Star Trek: Voyager” (Muse) UPN, Paramount Pictures — Robert Blackman, costume designer; Carol Kunz, costume supervisor.

“The West Wing” (The State Dinner) NBC, John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television — Lyn Elizabeth Paolo, costume designer; Alice Daniels, costume supervisor.


“Annie” ABC, Storyline Entertainment, Chris Montan Prods., Columbia TriStar Television and Walt Disney Television — Shey Cunliffe, costume designer; Patricia McLaughlin, costume supervisor.

“Arabian Nights” (Part 2) ABC, produced for Babelsberg Intl. Film Produktion by Hallmark Ent. — Maurizio Millenotti, costume designer; Gianni Casalnuovo, assistant costume designer.

“Don Quixote” TNT, Hallmark Entertainment — Charles Knode, costume designer; Robert Worley, assistant costume designer; Graham Churchyard, costume supervisor.

“Geppetto” ABC, Karz Entertainment and Jim Pentecost Prods. in association with Walt Disney Television — Hope Hanafin, costume designer; Marcy Froehlich, assistant costume designer.

“Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” HBO, an Esparza/Katz production in association with Berry/Cirrincione — Shelly Komarov, costume designer; Lucinda Campbell, costume supervisor.


“Cher: Live in Concert — From the MGM Grand in Las Vegas” HBO, HBO — David Cordona, Bob Mackie, costume designers; Helen Hiatt, costume supervisor.

“The Hollywood Fashion Machine” (Elizabeth Taylor: A Fashion Biography) AMC, World of Wonder Prods. in association with AMC — Bruce Anthony Marshall, key costumer.

“MadTV” (“MadTV’s” Movie Show) Fox, Girl Group Co. — Wendy Benbrook, costume designer; Frances Hayes, costume supervisor.

“Saturday Night Live” (Host: Christopher Walken) NBC, Broadway Video in association with SNL Studios — Tom Broecker, costume designer; Eric Justian, assistant costume designer.

“Target Stars on Ice” CBS, Trans World Intl. — Jef Billings, costume designer.

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