|E Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR veterans, along with family members and HBO Band of Brothers mini-series actors, gathered at the St. Regis Hotel, on the Avenue of the Stars in Los Angeles, for the 2002 Emmy Awards.|
|Lunch at the St. Regis Hotel: (L-R):
Easy Company veterans Donald L. King;
unknown; Ralph F. Spina; William C. Maynard; Roderick G. Strohl; Joseph A.
Lesniewski; Forrest L. Guth; Darrell C. Powers; Frank J. Perconte; Paul C.
Rogers; Earl J. McClung; Donald G. Malarkey; Amos J. Taylor; Herbert J.
Suerth; James H. Alley, Jr.; Lynn D. Compton; Maxwell M. Clark; Edward J.
Joint; Albert L. Mampre; Edwin E. Pepping; Denver Randleman; J. B. Stokes;
Lester A. Hashey; and Henry C. Zimmerman.
|Cameras in the St. Regis Hotel Grand Ballroom were
ready to broadcast on live TV the
reactions of Easy Company veterans if Band of Brothers won an Emmy, so in the after-
noon, everyone had to rehearse and were given instructions as to what to do and where
to sit. (Sitting at front L-R): Easy Company veterans Donald L. King, Roy E. Pickel,
and Robert L. Strayer.
|A gala dinner was held in the St. Regis Hotel
Grand Ballroom before the Emmy
Awards broadcast. All veterans were asked to be dressed in black tie since there
would be live TV shots of the veterans during the broadcast. (L-R): Easy Company
veterans Roy E. Pickel; Lester A. Hashey; Henry C. Zimmerman; and
SFC(R) Clarence O. "Clancy" Lyall.
|Large screens in the Grand Ballroom enabled
the Easy Company veterans
and family members to view the Emmy Awards broadcast.
|When Richard D. Winters went on-stage (together
with producer/director Tom Hanks,
actor Neal McDonough, and others), Easy Company veterans gave him a standing ovation.
Winters acknowledged the members of Easy Company, including those who never came
home. He ended his speech with the words, "I salute you."
post-Emmy Awards party hosted by HBO at Spago Restaurant, Beverly Hills.
H. Alley, Jr.
Roderick G. Bain
Salvatore Frank Bellino
Maxwell M. Clark
Lynn D. "Buck" Compton
Jack E. Foley
Forrest L. Guth
Lester A. Hashey
Edward J. Joint
Donald L. King
Joseph A. Lesniewski
SFC(R) Clancy Lyall
|Donald G. Malarkey
Albert L. Mampre
John W. Martin
MG(R) Salve H. Matheson
William C. Maynard
Earl J. McClung
Norman W. Neitzke
Patrick S. O'Keefe
Edwin E. Pepping
Frank J. Perconte
Phillip P. Perugini
Roy E. Pickel
Darrell C. "Shifty" Powers
Paul C. Rogers
Frank Joseph Soboleski
Ralph F. Spina
J. B. Stokes
Robert L. Strayer
Roderick G. Strohl
Herbert J. Suerth
Amos "Buck" Taylor, Jr.
Edward J. Tipper
William T. Wingett
Richard D. Winters
Henry C. Zimmerman
The HBO Band of Brothers miniseries won 6 Emmys:
- Best Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
- Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
- Casting for a Miniseries, Movie or Special
- Single Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries: Part 2 Day of Days
- Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: Part 2 Day of Days
- Single Camera Sound Mixing for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: Part 3 Carentan
In addition, Band of Brothers received nominations in the following categories:
- Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special
- Main Title Design
- Art Direction for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: Part 7 The Breaking Point
- Cinematography for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: Part 8 The Patrol
- Hairstyling for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: Part 5 Crossroads
- Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Non-Prosthetic): Part 9 Why We Fight
- Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Prosthetic): Part 3 Carentan
- Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Miniseries, Movie or
- Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special: