16 Spec Sixth Annual GeeGee Gold Star Awards for 1967

Magazine: 16 Spec Magazine
Editor: Gloria Stavers
Issue: 12
Publisher: 16 Magazine, Inc.
Pages: 4–6

16 Spec again raises the curtain on its annual GeeGee Awards for outstanding achievements by young stars in movies, television and on records—and proudly presents the Golden Galaxy Award to the most popular performer of 1967!

As always, the winners of the awards for the extraordinary performances during the past year were chosen by 16 readers. They were chosen by you in the millions of ballots and letters that you mailed to 16 throughout 1967. You told us who your favorite young stars were, and we tabulated each and every vote. To the winners of the sixth annual GeeGee Awards, 16 Spec speaks for all of you in saying, “Congratulations and best wishes for a long and successful career.”

Best Dramatic Movie Actor: Kurt Russell
Best Television Actor (Tie): Sajid Khan & Jay North
Best Dramatic Movie Actress: Lulu
Best Musical Movie Actor: Sonny Bono
Best Musical Movie Actress: Cher Bono
Best Television Actress: Sally Field
Best Daytime Television Show: “American Bandstand”
Best Female Singer: Aretha Franklin
Most Promising Male Singer: Chris Crosby
Most Promising Female Singer: Bobbie Gentry
Most Promising Group: The Bee Gees
Best Male LP: “Mellow Yellow”
Best Female LP: “Aretha Arrives”
Best Group LP (Tie): “Doors”, “Groovin’”
Outstanding Album of the Year: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”
Deejay of the Year: Tom Moffat, KPOI Hawaii
Outstanding Achievement of the Year: The Smothers Brothers