Something About Amelia
|Something About Amelia|
|Written by||William Hanley|
|Directed by||Randa Haines|
|Music by||Mark Snow|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)||Leonard Goldberg|
Vahan Moosekian (associate producer)
Deborah Stoff (supervising producer)
|Cinematography||Edward R. Brown|
|Running time||100 minutes|
The Leonard Goldberg Company
|Original release||January 9, 1984|
It was the most-watched network television show in the United States for the week of January 9-15, 1984.
It received eight Emmy nominations in 1984, and won in three categories, for Outstanding Drama/Comedy Special (Leonard Goldberg / Michele Rappaport), Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series (Roxana Zal) and for Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or a Special (William Hanley).
The movie was also nominated for four Golden Globes and won two, for Best Miniseries or Television Film and for Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television (Ted Danson).
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- Armstrong, Lois & Eric Estrin (16 January 1984). In a Controversial TV Movie, Teen Actress Roxana Zal Tackles a Taboo Subject—Incest, People
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- Something About Amelia An ABC Theatre Presentation, emmys.com, Retrieved 27 September 2017
- Something about Amelia, Goldenglobes.com, Retrieved 27 September 1984
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