Logie Awards of 1977

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The 19th Annual TV Week Logie Awards were presented on Friday 25 March 1977 at Southern Cross Hotel in Melbourne and broadcast on the Nine Network. Bert Newton from the Nine Network was the Master of Ceremonies. American film star Burt Lancaster and television actors Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Susan Seaforth and Bill Hayes, British actors Robin Nedwell and Geoffrey Davies, and Australian actor Jack Thompson appeared as guests. Kate Jackson, star of Charlie’s Angels, was scheduled to appear but cancelled at the last minute to start filming on the television movie James at 15.

Awards[edit]

Winners of Logie Awards (Australian television) for 1977:

Gold Logie[edit]

Most Popular Male Personality on Australian Television

Presented by Burt Lancaster

Winner:
Don Lane, The Don Lane Show, Nine Network
Nominated:
Bert Newton, The Don Lane Show, Nine Network
Mike Walsh, The Mike Walsh Show, 0-10 Network
Most Popular Female Personality on Australian Television

Presented by Burt Lancaster

Winner:
Jeanne Little, The Mike Walsh Show, 0-10 Network

Logie[edit]

National[edit]

Most Popular Australian Lead Actor
Winner:
Martin Vaughan, Power Without Glory, ABC
Most Popular Australian Lead Actress
Winner:
Ros Spiers, Power Without Glory, ABC
Most Popular Australian Drama
Winner:
Power Without Glory, ABC
Most Popular Australian TV Teenage Personality
Winner:
Mark Holden
Most Popular Australian Comedy
Winner:
The Paul Hogan Show, Nine Network
Most Popular Variety Show
Winner:
The Don Lane Show, Nine Network
Most Popular Commercial
Winner:
Coca-Cola
Best Individual Performance By An Actor
Winner:
Hugh Keays-Byrne, Rush, ABC
Best Individual Performance By An Actress
Winner:
Lyndell Rowe, Tandarra, Seven Network
Best Sustained Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role
Winner:
John Wood, Power Without Glory, ABC
Best Sustained Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role
Winner:
Wendy Hughes, Power Without Glory, ABC
Best New Drama
Winner:
The Sullivans, Nine Network
Best Drama Script
Winner:
Colin Free, Rush, ABC
Best News Report
Winner:
Ahmad fire, Graham Cumming, Nine Network News
Best Public Affairs Program
Winner:
A Current Affair, Nine Network
Outstanding Contribution To TV Journalism
Winner:
"Cedar Bay", This Day Tonight, Brisbane, ABC
Best TV Interviewer
Winner:
Mike Willessee
Best News Documentary
Winner:
Katingal, Paul Mullins, Network Ten
Best Documentary Script
Winner:
Fred "Cul" Cullen, Australians At War, Network Ten
Best Documentary Series
Winner:
Australians At War, Network Ten
Best Sporting Documentary
Winner:
Sportsnight, ABC
Best Musical Variety Special
Winner:
Neil Diamond's Thank You Australia Concert, Nine Network
Outstanding Performance By A Juvenile
Winner:
Greg Stroud, Solo One, Seven Network
Outstanding Contribution By A Regional Station
Winner:
The Executives, WIN4, Wollongong

Victoria[edit]

Most Popular Male
Winner:
Don Lane
Most Popular Female
Winner:
Mary Hardy
Most Popular Show
Winner:
The Don Lane Show, GTV-9

New South Wales[edit]

Most Popular Male
Winner:
Mike Walsh
Most Popular Female
Winner:
Jeanne Little
Most Popular Show
Winner:
The Mike Walsh Show, TEN-10

South Australia[edit]

Most Popular Male
Winner:
Sandy Roberts
Most Popular Female
Winner:
Pam Tamblyn
Most Popular Show
Winner:
Pam And Steve's Super Fun Show, ADS-7

Queensland[edit]

Most Popular Male
Winner:
Paul Sharratt
Most Popular Female
Winner:
Jacki MacDonald
Most Popular Show
Winner:
Studio 9, QTQ-9

Tasmania[edit]

Most Popular Male
Winner:
Tom Payne
Most Popular Female
Winner:
Louise Kent
Most Popular Show
Winner:
This Week, TVT-6

Western Australia[edit]

Most Popular Male
Winner:
Peter Waltham
Most Popular Female
Winner:
Jenny Clemesha
Most Popular Show
Winner:
Hey Jude, TVW-7

Special Achievement Award[edit]

George Wallace Memorial Logie For Best New Talent
Winner:
Mark Holden

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