1971 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo

The 1971 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo was presented September 5 at Noreascon.

Blows Against the Empire got the most votes of any of the actual works, but No Award got still more, winning on the first ballot.

  1. No Award
  2. Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970) [Universal] Screenplay by James Bridges; Directed by Joseph Sargent; based on the novel Colossus by D. F. Jones
  3. Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers (recording) (1970) [Sony] Written and produced by The Firesign Theater
  4. Hauser's Memory (1970) [Universal] Teleplay by Adrian Spies; Directed by Boris Sagal; based on the novel by Curt Siodmak
  5. Blows Against the Empire (music recording) (1970) [RCA] Paul Kantner, Producer
  6. No Blade of Grass (1970) [Theodora/MGM] Screenplay by Sean Forestal and Jefferson Pascal; Directed by Cornel Wilde; based on the novel by John Christopher

See also: Hugo Awards, 1971 Hugo Results, 1970 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo, 1972 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo.