9th International Emmy Awards

The 9th International Emmy Awards took place on November 26, 1981, in New York City, United States.

9th International Emmy Awards
  • November 26, 1981


The Australian TV show, A Town Like Alice, won the International Emmy Award for drama and ABC News President Roone Arledge was honored with a special International Emmy prize. The International Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded Arledge the council's Founders Award for his work on ABC's Wide World of Sports.

Sir Huw Wheldon, BBC's former chief executive officer, received the council's directorate award.

The award for best documentary was to Charters Pour L'Enfer, by Societe Nationale Television (France 2).[1]


Drama Series


  • Charters Pour L'Enfer

Performing Arts

  • Sweeney Todd: Scenes from the Making of a Musical

Popular Arts


  1. ^ "International Emmys Awarded". Times Daily. Retrieved 2014-12-29.
  2. ^ "International Emmy winners announced". The Bulletin. Retrieved 2014-12-30.

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1981 Emmy Awards

1981 Emmy Awards may refer to:

33rd Primetime Emmy Awards, the 1981 Emmy Awards ceremony honoring primetime programming

8th Daytime Emmy Awards, the 1981 Emmy Awards ceremony honoring daytime programming

9th International Emmy Awards, the 1981 Emmy Awards ceremony honoring international programming

Charter pour l'enfer

Charter pour l'enfer (also known as Charters to Hell) is a 1981 French documentary film directed by Jean-Pierre Moscardo.

Vinicius para Crianças - Arca de Noé

Vinicius para Crianças - Arca de Noé was a Brazilian musical program directed by Ewaldo Ruy and Augusto César Vannucci. It was aired originally on October 10, 1980 on TV Globo.

Primetime Emmy Award
Daytime Emmy Award
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Technology & Engineering
News & Documentary

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