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Total Records Found: 3174, showing 50 per page
Award YearAward CategoryTitleAuthor's NamePublisher/ProducerNotes
1949 Best Radio Drama The Mysterious Traveler Robert Arthur, David Kogan Mutual Broadcasting System
1949 Outstanding Mystery Criticism James Sandoe Chicago Sun-Times
1949 Outstanding Mystery Criticism Isaac Anderson New York Times
1949 Outstanding Mystery Criticism Angelica Gibbs The New Yorker
1949 Outstanding Mystery Criticism William P. McGivern Philadelphia Record
1949 Special Edgars Clayton Rawson Comment: for launching Clue magazine
1949 Special Edgars Marie Rodell Duell, Sloan & Pearce Comment: for her editorship of the Regional Murder series
1949 Special Edgars Arthur A. Stoughton Comment: president of the Bronx Society of Arts and Sciences and custodian of Poe Cottage in Fordham for 26 years
1949 Special Edgars Peter W. Williams Comment: for creating the Edgar bust
1948 Best Fact Crime Twelve Against the Law Edward D. Radin Duell, Sloan & Pearce
1948 Best First Novel The Fabulous Clipjoint Fredric Brown Dutton
1948 Best Motion Picture Crossfire John Paxton RKO Comment: based on the novel The Brick Fox-Hole by Richard Brooks/Dore Schary, producer/Adrian Scott, associate producer/Edward Dmytryk, director
1948 Best Radio Drama Suspense William Spier CBS
1948 Outstanding Mystery Criticism Howard Haycraft Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Comment: and author of THE ART OF THE MYSTERY STORY
1947 Best First Novel The Horizontal Man Helen Eustis Harper
1947 Best Motion Picture The Killers Anthony Veiller Hellinger-Universal Comment: Mark Hellinger, producer; Robert Siodmak, director
1947 Best Radio Drama The Adventures of Sam Spade Jason James, Bob Tallman CBS Comment: William Spier producer
1947 Outstanding Mystery Criticism William C. Weber Saturday Review of Literature Comment: alias "Judge Lynch"
1946 Best First Novel Watchful at Night Julius Fast Rinehart & Co.
1946 Best Motion Picture Murder, My Sweet John Paxton RKO Comment: screenplay: Raymond Chandler/author of Farewell, My Lovely on which the movie was based. Directed by Edward Dymtryk
1946 Best Motion Picture The House on 92nd St. Charles G. Booth, Barre Lyndon, John Monks, Jr. Twentieth Century Fox Comment: Honorary Scroll
1946 Best Radio Drama Ellery Queen Frederic Dannay, Manfred B. Lee CBS Comment: A tie this year with MR. AND MRS. NORTH, Dannay and Lee were the team using the pseudonym "Ellery Queen"
1946 Best Radio Drama Mr. and Mrs. North Frances Lockridge, Richard Lockridge NBC Comment: A tie this year with ELLERY QUEEN
1946 Outstanding Mystery Criticism Anthony Boucher San Francisco Chronicle