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{{update|Annie Awards [[2014]] and unsuccessful nomination [http://annieawards.org/nominees/]}}
 
 
The '''Annie Awards''' are [[nominations and awards|awards]] presented by the {{w|International Animated Film Association}} every year since [[1972]]. ''[[Futurama]]'' has won seven awards, including the prestigious ''Best Home Entertainment Production'' for three of the four [[season 5|movies]] (two were released the same award year, making it impossible for all to win). ''Futurama'' has so far been nominated for an award every year in production, and has won all but two ([[1999]] and [[2010]]).  
 
The '''Annie Awards''' are [[nominations and awards|awards]] presented by the {{w|International Animated Film Association}} every year since [[1972]]. ''[[Futurama]]'' has won seven awards, including the prestigious ''Best Home Entertainment Production'' for three of the four [[season 5|movies]] (two were released the same award year, making it impossible for all to win). ''Futurama'' has so far been nominated for an award every year in production, and has won all but two ([[1999]] and [[2010]]).  
  
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** Nominated: "Writing in a Television Production", "[[All the Presidents' Heads]]", [[Josh Weinstein]]
 
** Nominated: "Writing in a Television Production", "[[All the Presidents' Heads]]", [[Josh Weinstein]]
 
** Nominated: "Editing in a Television Production", [[Paul D. Calder]]
 
** Nominated: "Editing in a Television Production", [[Paul D. Calder]]
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* '''[[2014]] (41st)'''
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** Won: "Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production"
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** Won: "Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production", [[Lewis Morton]]
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Achievement, Editorial in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production", [[Paul D. Calder]]
  
 
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Revision as of 02:09, 4 February 2014

The Annie Awards are awards presented by the International Animated Film Association every year since 1972. Futurama has won seven awards, including the prestigious Best Home Entertainment Production for three of the four movies (two were released the same award year, making it impossible for all to win). Futurama has so far been nominated for an award every year in production, and has won all but two (1999 and 2010).

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