The very first Emmy was awarded in 1949 to Shirley Dinsdale, a ventriloquist. That year, she was the Most Outstanding Television Personality.
Not only didn't Roseanne win an Emmy for Best Comedy Series, the show was never nominated.
In 1971, George C. Scott turned down his Oscar for the movie Patton, complaining the Oscars were a petty popularity contest. But that same year, he accepted an Emmy for his role in Hallmark Hall of Fame's The Price.
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