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The '''{{w|Annie Awards|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).
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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). With the exception of [[2003]] and [[2012]], ''Futurama'' was nominated for an award every year in which it was active, and won in all but three ([[1999]], [[2010]], and [[2011]]).
  
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* '''[[1999]] ({{w|27th Annie Awards|27th}})'''
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated [[Television]] Program"
 
* '''[[2000]] (28th)'''
 
* '''[[2000]] (28th)'''
** "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?]]", [[Brian Sheesley]]
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** Won: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love?]]", [[Brian Sheesley]]
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Series Has Landed]]", [[Ken Keeler]]
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program"
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[A Bicyclops Built for Two]]", [[Susan Dietter]]
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* '''[[2001]] (29th)'''
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** Won: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[The Luck of the Fryrish]]", [[Ron Weiner]]
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** Won: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production", "[[Bendless Love]]", [[John DiMaggio]]
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Achievement in a Primetime or Late Night Animated Television Program"
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* '''[[2002]] (30th)'''
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** Won: "Directing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Roswell that Ends Well]]", [[Rich Moore]]
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** Nominated: "Best Animated Television Production"
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* '''[[2007]] ({{w|35th Annie Awards|35th}})'''
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** "Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[Bender's Big Score]]''
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* '''[[2008]] ({{w|36th Annie Awards|36th}})'''
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** "Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[The Beast with a Billion Backs]]''
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* '''[[2009]] ({{w|37th Annie Awards|37th}})'''
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** "Best Home Entertainment Production", ''[[Into the Wild Green Yonder]]''
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* '''[[2010]] ({{w|38th Annie Awards|38th}})'''
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** Nominated: "Best Animated Television Production"
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** Nominated: "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Television Production", "[[Proposition Infinity]]", [[Michael Rowe]]
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* '''[[2011]] ({{w|39th Annie Awards|39th}})'''
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** Nominated: "Writing in a Television Production", "[[All the Presidents' Heads]]", [[Josh Weinstein]]
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** Nominated: "Editing in a Television Production", [[Paul D. Calder]]
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* '''[[2013]] ({{w|41st Annie Awards|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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== External links ==
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*[http://www.annieawards.org/ The Annie Awards website]
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*{{w|Annie Award}} at {{w||Wikipedia}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:43, 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). With the exception of 2003 and 2012, Futurama was nominated for an award every year in which it was active, and won in all but three (1999, 2010, and 2011).

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