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American Association of Marriage and Family Counselors Award

A statue award from the American Association of Marriage and Family Counselors Award given to Lorimar Productions in 1978. This was likely given to Philip Capice (Class of 1952) due to his work on the show Dallas.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_06

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 3)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Association for Retarded Citizen of the United States, Special Recognition Award, 1986

A plaque, from the Association for Retarded Citizen of the United States, of the Special Recognition Award, presented to the Lorimar Productions Company in 1986. It commemorates Philip Caprice's (Class of 1952) work on the television show "Dallas."

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_05

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 2)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Plaque, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Christopher Award, 1978

A gold medallion in a wooden base labelled "Christopher Award Philip Capice 1978." The back has the inscription "Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness." Capice is a member of the Class of 1952.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_10

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 3)

Subject: Film Award, Honors and Awards

Format: Currency/Medallions

Commemoration of the 200th Episode of "Dallas" Plaque, 1982

A plaque for the  Lorimar Production Company in commemoration of the 200th episode of Dallas in 1982. Philip Capice (Class of 1952) was an executive producer on the show. The image in the middle of the plaque is the medallion which commemorated the same event (AC 2016.4_13).

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_04

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 2)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Emmy Award, 1976

The Emmy Award for Outstanding Special – Drama or Comedy for Sybil a television film produced by Philip Capice (Class of 1952). It is a large golden statue presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_01

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 1)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Humanities Prize for “Green Eyes,” 1977

A glass statue with the design of a person, olive branch, and globe in it. Philip Capice (Class of 1952) received the Humanities Prize for Green Eyes as a co-executive producer in 1977.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_08

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 3)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Peabody Award, 1976

A gold medallion given to Philip Capice (Class of 1952) for his winning of the 1976 George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award. It was awarded for his work on Sybil and has inscriptions on front and back. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_18

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 4)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Peabody Award, Film Award

Format: Currency/Medallions

People's Choice Award, 1982

The People’s Choice Award for Favorite Television Dramatic Program for “Dallas,” a production of Philip Capice (Class of 1952). It was presented in 1982.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_03

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 2)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

People’s Choice Award, 1980

The People’s Choice Award for Favorite Television Dramatic Program for Dallas, a production of Philip Capice (Class of 1952). It was presented in 1980. 

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_02

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 2)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Population Script Award for "Green Eyes" recipient

A wooden plaque with a gold panel. The panel describes that the award is from the Population Institute. It was the Television Population Script Award for Outstanding Achievement and Philip Capice (Class of 1952), the recipient, was an executive producer on the winning piece Green Eyes.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_20

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 5)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award, Plaque

Format: Plaques/Trophies

Yediot Ahronot Kinor David Award for “Dallas,” 1981

The Yediot Ahronot Kinor David Award for Dallas given to Phil Capice (Class of 1952) in 1981. It is a large metal statue that appears to be a harp.

Artifact/Collection Number: AC 2016.4_07

Location: Shelf 40 (Box 3)

Subject: Honors and Awards, Film Award

Format: Plaques/Trophies

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