MSN Entertainment Celebrates 60 Years Of Emmy

MSN and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences are presenting classic clips from 60 years of the Primetime Emmy Awards. Additionally, Emmy winners who have been interviewed by the Archive of American Television share their stories about their Emmy-winning work and their experiences on Emmy night.

Click here to access dozens of clips posted on MSN.

Below are three of the video pieces: Doris Roberts discusses her work on Everybody Loves Raymond and her Emmy acceptance speeches, Joseph Barbera talks about pitching Huckleberry Hound and what winning the Emmy meant to him, and Tim Conway & Harvey Korman talk about their work together and comedic Emmy appearances.

Emmy Archive: Doris Roberts
Emmy Archive: Doris Roberts

Emmy Archive: Joseph Barbera
Emmy Archive: Joseph Barbera

Emmy Archive: 'The Carol Burnett Show'
Emmy Archive: 'The Carol Burnett Show'

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