Consign Your Best Items with Lelands. We Also Pay Cash on the Spot! Learn More Here.

Truman Capote Emmy Award for A Christmas Memory

Truman Capote Emmy Award for A Christmas Memory

A timeless piece, this golden Emmy from the 19th Emmy Awards was awarded to Truman Capote & Eleanor Perry for the adaptation of A Christmas Memory into a made for television play. The short story is an autobiographical account of a young adolescent. Truman Capote’s novels were generally well received by the public. The novel, Breakfast at Tiffany’s was made into a movie (1961). In Cold Blood, which was also made into a movie (1967) propelled Capote’s reputation to international proportions. Plate reads: 1966-1967 Television Academy Awards Outstanding Individual Achievement Truman Capote and Eleanor Perry Adaptation ‘A Christmas Memory’ – ABC Stage 67 – December 21, 1966 – ABC”. Top of podium reads: “The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences”. Award is golden angel with lightning wings holding a globular object up to the heavens. Gold is beginning to rust slightly in some places.

current sports auction

Past Sports Card, Memorabilia, Non-Sports Card and Collecitble Auction Items

Other past auction items that may be of interest to you.

1992 Barry Bonds Players' Choice Award (15" tall)

May 2002

The Clash London Calling Gold Record

December 2002

1949 Oscar for A Chance to Live by “March of Time”

December 2002

Fleetwood Mac Trophy

December 2002

Truman Capote Emmy Award for A Christmas Memory

December 2002

1992 Barry Bonds Players' Choice Award (15" tall)

May 2002

The Clash London Calling Gold Record

December 2002

1949 Oscar for A Chance to Live by “March of Time”

December 2002

Asp.Net CMS By Joopk.com