THE 1965 HUGO AWARDS
The full details of the voting being as follows:
The Wanderer by Fritz Leiber (Ballantine Books) 52 votes.
Davy by Edgar Pangborn (Ballantine Books) 48 votes.
The Planet Buyer by Cordwainer Smith (Pyramid Books) 34 votes.
The Whole Man by John Brunner (Ballantine Books) 26 votes.
No Award. 14 votes.
BEST SHORT STORY:
Soldier Ask Not by Gordon Dickson (Galaxy) 60 votes.
Once A Cop by Rick Raphael (Analog) 47 votes
Little Dog Gone by Robert F. Young (Worlds of Tomorrow) 27 votes.
No Award 30 votes.
Analog 63 votes.
Worlds of If. 35 votes.
Fantasy & Science Fiction. 34 votes.
Galaxy 30 votes.
No Award. 12 votes
Yandro edited by Robert & Juanita Coulson. 69 votes.
Zenith edited by Peter Weston. 35 votes.
Double Bill edited by Bill Bowers and Bill Mallardi. 28 votes.
John Schoenherr 58 votes.
Ed Emshwiller 56 votes.
Frank Frazetta 26 votes.
Jack Gaughan 22 votes.
No Award 12 votes.
Ballantine Books 54 votes
Ace Books 50 votes.
Pyramid Books 33 votes.
Victor Gollancz Ltd. 20 votes.
No Award 11 votes.
BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION:
Dr. Strangelove 99 votes
The Seven Faces of Dr. Lao 41 votes
No Award 33 votes.
Mary Poppins 1 vote (write-in).
Peter George, on whose novel, Red Alert, the film Dr. Strangelove was based, was awarded
the drama Hugo, the only award of this year's seven to remain in this country.
For a discussion of how the winners have held up, and other contemporary works that
could or should have been in contention, go