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  • PLAYHOUSE 90: HELEN MORGAN (TV)

    (May 16, 1957)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. This production, hosted by Dana Wynter, chronicles the life and career of Helen Morgan, the famous torch singer and Broadway star of the 1920s, as told by her mother Lulu Morgan. The program begins in Illinois in 1917...

  • HELEN MORGAN PIECES (RADIO)

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    "Why was I born?"; "Don't ever leave me"; "Body and soul"....

  • PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA, THE: INSIDE MEDIA: SCREENING AND CONVERSATION WITH POLLY BERGEN {LONG VERSION ANAMORPHIC}

    (November 17, 2012)

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Paley Center for Media's Inside Media events. Held at the Paley Center in New York, this evening celebrates "Helen Morgan," a 1957 installment of the "Playhouse 90" drama series ch...

  • MIDDLETOWN: THE BIG GAME (TV)

    (March 31, 1982)

    One in this documentary series inspired by sociologists Helen and Robert Lynd's 1929 study of the "typically American" town of Muncie, Indiana. This episode follows the rivalry between two high-school basketball teams, the Muncie Central Bearcats and the A...

  • ABC NEWS SPECIAL: SEX, VIOLENCE & VALUES: CHANGING IMAGES (TV)

    (April 06, 1986)

    This special report features interviews with actress Morgan Fairchild; film director Lynne Littman; musician Frank Zappa; Los Angeles Times television critic Howard Rosenberg; Dr. William Fore of the National Council of Churches; Prof. Catherine MacKinnon ...

  • STAGE STRUCK {"FIFTY YEARS OF MUSICAL COMEDY": P. G. WODEHOUSE, GUY BOLTON, FRITZI SCHEFF, FRED ASTAIRE, VIVIENNE SEGAL, WILLIAM GAXTON} (RADIO)

    (October 30, 1953)

    One in this series of programs about the world of theater, hosted by Mike Wallace, featuring interviews, scenes, and musical numbers from current and upcoming productions. This edition is an informal tribute to fifty years of musical comedy. Offering conti...

  • SUNDAY SPECTACULAR, THE: MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS THE MAURICE CHEVALIER SHOW (TV)

    (May 20, 1956)

    One in this series of monthly specials featuring musicals and comedy revues. This installment is hosted by the renowned French entertainer Maurice Chevalier, who welcomes as his guests singer Polly Bergen, singer and actor Stanley Holloway, comedian Roger...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XXI {2010 VANCOUVER OLYMPICS}: DAY 13 {PART 2} (TV)

    (February 24, 2010)

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 2010 XXI Olympic Winter Games from Vancouver. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Bob Costas presides throughout this portion and intr...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE, THE: VANITY FAIR (RADIO)

    (January 07, 1940)

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. Orson Welles narrates this production of William Makepeace Thackeray's (1811-1863) novel "Vanity Fair," which satirizes the pretensions of upper-middle-class London so...

  • PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA, THE: INSIDE MEDIA: THE GERSHWINS AND ME: A CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL FEINSTEIN {LONG VERSION ANAMORPHIC}

    (December 10, 2012)

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Paley Center for Media's Inside Media events. Held at the Paley Center in New York, this evening honors singer and music historian/preservationist Michael Feinstein, and his recent...

  • SAGA OF WESTERN MAN, THE: 1898 (TV)

    (February 29, 1964)

    One in this series of irregularly scheduled documentaries. This program focuses on a turning point in American history, the year 1898. Highlights include the relegation of Native American Indians to reservations; European immigration; the industrialization...

  • STAGE STRUCK {TRIBUTE TO FLORENZ ZIEGFELD} (RADIO)

    (March 21, 1954)

    One in this series of programs about the world of theater, hosted by Mike Wallace, featuring interviews, scenes, and musical numbers from current and upcoming productions. This program pays tribute to the accomplishments of legendary Broadway producer Flor...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XX {2006 TURIN OLYMPICS}: DAY 12 {PART 2} (TV)

    (February 21, 2006)

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 2006 XX Olympic Winter Games from Turin. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Bob Costas presides throughout this portion and introdu...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XX {2006 TURIN OLYMPICS}: DAY 12 {PART 1} (TV)

    (February 21, 2006)

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 2006 XX Olympic Winter Games from Turin. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Bob Costas presides throughout this portion and introduce...

  • LET'S HAVE FUN (RADIO)

    (October 22, 1935)

    One in this series of musical comedy programs. The first half of this broadcast is an original musical by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart about a Broadway crooner who finds himself caught in Cleopatra's snares. Songs include: "I'll Take a Little of You ...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XXI {2010 VANCOUVER OLYMPICS}: DAY 12 {PART 1} (TV)

    (February 23, 2010)

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 2010 XXI Olympic Winter Games from Vancouver. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Bob Costas presides throughout this portion and intr...

  • KENNEDY CENTER MARK TWAIN PRIZE, THE: CELEBRATING LORNE MICHAELS (TV)

    (March 02, 2005)

    This Kennedy Center honor, awarded annually since 1998, salutes great comedians of American culture in tribute to legendary humorist Mark Twain. In this seventh annual celebration, the award recipient is "Saturday Night Live" ("S.N.L.") creator, Lorne Mic...

  • MR. WARMTH: THE DON RICKLES SHOW {JOHN WAYNE, DEAN MARTIN, JACK KLUGMAN, BOB NEWHART} (TV)

    (January 19, 1975)

    A television comedy/variety special hosted by comedian Don Rickles. Highlights include: a comedy sketch between Rickles and John Wayne; a spoof on situation comedy shows featuring Rickles in drag; several brief cameos from Carroll O'Connor; Rickles in a...

  • EMPIRE OF THE AIR: THE MEN WHO MADE RADIO (TV)

    (January 29, 1992)

    This documentary examines the invention of radio and explores the lives of three of the men most responsible for the development and popularity of this medium in the United States. Executive producer Ken Burns uses still photographs, archival film footage,...

  • ACADEMY AWARDS, THE 54TH ANNUAL (TV)

    (March 29, 1982)

    The fifty-fourth annual Academy Awards presentation, broadcast live from Hollywood, and hosted by Johnny Carson. Performers in the first hour of this program include Muppet characters Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, and singer Sheena Easton; presenters inc...