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|18th Daytime Emmy Awards|
|Date||June 27, 1991|
|Presented by||National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences|
|Hosted by||Bob Barker|
The 18th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on Thursday, June 27, 1991, on CBS, to commemorate excellence in American daytime programming from the previous year (1990). The awards were hosted by The Price Is Right host Bob Barker. For the first time, they aired in the evening, from 9 to 11 p.m. EST.
- Steven Spielberg, Tom Ruegger, Ken Boyer, Art Leonardi, Art Vitello, Paul Dini, and Sherri Stoner (Tiny Toon Adventures)
- Howie Mandel, Tom Tataranowicz, Bernard Wolf, Jim Staahl, Jack Heiter, John Callas, Mitch Schauer, Jim Fisher, Diane Dixon, Michael Wolf, and Phil Roman (Bobby's World)
- Cassandra Schafhausen, Nicholas Boxer, Andy Heyward, Larry Houston, Will Meugniot, Barbara Y.E. Pyle, Robby London, Thom Beers, Reed Shelly, Bruce Shelly, and Jim Duffy (Captain Planet and the Planeteers)
- Michael C. Gross, Robby London, Andy Heyward, Joe Medjuck, Len Janson, Chuck Menville, Will Meugniot, and Stan Phillips (Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters)
- Sharman Divono, Jeff Hall, Tom Ray, Phil Roman, Mark Evanier, Bob Curtis, and Bob Nesler (Garfield and Friends)
- Bruce Broughton (Music & Lyrics), Wayne Kaatz (lyrics), and Tom Ruegger (lyrics) - "Main title Theme". (Tiny Toon Adventures)
- A.J. Gundell - "Love Like This". (Guiding Light)
- Steve Dorff, and Gloria Sklerov - "If This Isn't Love". (As the World Turns)
- Dominic Messinger (Music & Lyrics), Roxanne Seeman (Music & Lyrics), and Billie Hughes (Lyrics) (Santa Barbara)
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