BARBARA STANWYCK AWARDS

Academy Awards

1938 – Nominated, Best Actress in a Leading Role for Stella Dallas
1942 – Nominated, Best Actress in a Leading Role for Ball of Fire
1945 – Nominated, Best Actress in a Leading Role for Double Indemnity
1949 – Nominated, Best Actress in a Leading Role for Sorry, Wrong Number
1982 – Won, Academy Honorary Award “for superlative creativity and unique contribution to the art of screen acting”

Emmy Awards

1961 – Won, Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Series (Lead) for The Barbara Stanwyck Show
1966 – Won, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series for The Big Valley
1967 – Nominated, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series for The Big Valley
1968 – Nominated, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Series for The Big Valley
1983 – Won, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special for The Thorn Birds

Golden Globes

1966 – Nominated, Best TV Star – Female for The Big Valley
1967 – Nominated, Best TV Star – Female for The Big Valley
1968 – Nominated, Best TV Star – Female for The Big Valley
1984 – Won, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for The Thorn Birds
1986 – Won, Cecil B. DeMille Award

Lifetime Achievement Awards

1967 – Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award
1981 – Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute (currently known as the Charlie Chaplin Award)
1981 – Los Angeles Film Critics Association Career Achievement Award
1982 –  Honorary Oscar “for superlative creativity and unique contribution to the art of screen acting”
1986 –  Cecil B. DeMille Award – Golden Globes
1987 – American Film Institute Life Achievement Award

Other Awards

Hollywood’s Women’s Press Club – Golden Apple Award
1961 – Most Cooperative Actress
1983 – Female Star of the Year
Los Angeles Advertising Women’s Award
1953 – Woman of the Year
1962 – Woman of the Year
Motion Picture Costumers’ Awards
1957 – For Artistry in the Use and Interpretation of Costumes
1964 – For Artistry and Unfailing Cooperation
Motion Picture Exhibitor – Laurel Awards
1953 – Titanic
1954 – Clash By Night
1955 – Executive Suite
Photoplay Magazine
1959 – Special Gold Medal Award – for meeting, with simplicity, honesty, and superb craftsmanship, the challenges of starring in 75 motion pictures, for giving wise and sympathetic counsel to newcomers
1966 – Reader’s Poll – Gold Medal Award – Most Cooperative Actress
1967 – Reader’s Poll – Gold Medal Award – Female Star of the Year
1966 – Editor’s Award – To the “Eternal” star, whose glamour, talen and professionalism both on and off the screen have thrilled millions of fans throughout the years
The City of Hope Biennial Awards
1963 – Golden Anniversary Award
1965 – The Heart of Gold Award
Other Awards
1941 – Graunman’s Theater Hand and Footprint Ceremony
1944 – Nominated – New York Film Critics Circle Awards for Double Indemnity
1950 – Primer Plano Award – Estrella de Oro (Spain) – Best Actress of Foreign Motion Pictures
1954 – Browning, Montana – Full Ceremonial adoption by the Blackfoot Indians tribe. Induction into their Brave Dog Society.
1960 – Assistance League of Southern California Mannequins – Best Dressed Woman
1960 – Hollywood Walk of Fame, star located at 1751 Vine Street
1961 – B’nai B’rith Plaque – Most Consistently Outstanding Television Actress
1961 – Limelight Magazine – Best Actress in a Dramatic Series
1961 – National Association of Woman Lawyers Award – For Exceptional Performance in a Teleplay of The Barbara Stanwyck Show (as little Joe in “The Dragon by the Tail”) and for her Patriotism
1961 – Radio and Television Women of Southern California Award – The Woman Most Outstanding in Television
1963 – Professional Photographers of California – Special Award – The First Lady of the Camera
1963 – Junior Philarmonic Orchestra – The World Wide Star
1966 – TV-Radio Mirror – National Television Critic’s Poll – Best Dramatic Actress in a Television (The Big Valley)
1966 – Japan – Most Popular TV Actress
1966 – American Cinema Editor’s Award – Best Dramatic Actress in a Television Film (“Boots with My Father’s Name” – The Big Valley)
1973 – Western Performers Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
1998– Golden Boot Award – In Memoriam – for significant contributions to the genre of Western television and movies

Information in this page obtained from Starring Miss Barbara Stanwyck by Ella Smith and www.imdb.com