1965 Hugo Awards

1965 Hugo Award Trophy Presented at: Loncon II, London, August 27-30, 1965

Toastmaster: Tom Boardman

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Awards Administration:

Best Novel

  • The Wanderer by Fritz Leiber [Ballantine, 1964]
  • The Whole Man (alt: The Telepathist) by John Brunner [Ballantine, 1964]
  • Davy by Edgar Pangborn [Ballantine, 1964]
  • The Planet Buyer (alt: The Boy Who Bought Old Earth) by Cordwainer Smith [Pyramid, 1964]

Short Fiction

  • “Soldier, Ask Not” by Gordon R. Dickson [Galaxy Oct 1964]
  • “Once a Cop” by Rick Raphael [Analog May 1964]
  • “Little Dog Gone” by Robert F. Young [Worlds of Tomorrow Feb 1964]

Best Dramatic Presentation

  • Dr. Strangelove (1964) [Hawk Films/Columbia] Directed by Stanley Kubrick; Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick and Terry Southern and Peter George; based on the novel Red Alert by Peter George
  • The Seven Faces of Dr. Lao (1964) [MGM] Directed by George Pal; Screenplay by Charles Beaumont; based on the novel The Circus of Dr. Lao by Charles G. Finney

Best Professional Magazine

  • Analog Science Fiction and Fact ed. by John W. Campbell, Jr.
  • Galaxy ed. by H. L. Gold
  • The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction ed. by Robert P. Mills and Avram Davidson
  • If ed. by Frederik Pohl

Best Professional Artist

  • John Schoenherr
  • Ed Emshwiller
  • Frank Frazetta
  • Jack Gaughan

Best Fanzine

  • Yandro ed. by Robert Coulson and Juanita Coulson
  • Double: Bill ed. by Bill Bowers and Bill Mallardi
  • Zenith ed. by Peter R. Weston

Best SF Book Publisher

  • Ballantine
  • Ace
  • Gollancz
  • Pyramid

Detailed voting breakdown (Note that at this time, Hugo Awards were selected by “first past the post” voting, not the current Instant-runoff preferential ballot, and also that there was no requirement to publish the detailed results as their currently is.)