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1st People

1st People's Choice Awards
Date March 3, 1975
Host Richard Brenna
Television/Radio coverage
Network CBS

The 1st People's Choice Awards, honoring the best in popular culture for 1974, was held in 1975 and broadcast on CBS.

Presenters

Awards

Winners are listed first, in bold.[1]

Movies

Favorite Motion Picture
Favorite Motion Picture Actress Favorite Motion Picture Actor

Television

Favorite Television Comedy Program Favorite Dramatic Television Program
Favorite Female Television Performer Favorite Male Television Performer
Favorite All-Around Female Performer Favorite All-Around Male Performer
Favorite Television Variety Show

Music

Favorite Male Singer Favorite Female Performer
Favorite Musical Group

Others

Favorite Outstanding Sports Figure

References

  1. ^ 1976 People's Choice.com

External links

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