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  • RUN FOR YOUR LIFE: THE COLD, COLD WAR OF PAUL BRYAN {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

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  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SEMINAR SERIES, THE: AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE: CHALLENGE, INNOVATION, EXCELLENCE {LONG VERSION}

    (December 16, 1992)

    One in this series of seminars conducted by The Museum of Television & Radio. Held at the Museum in New York, and moderated by television curator Ron Simon, this seminar examines "American Playhouse," a dramatic anthology series. Panelists include the crea...

  • JACKIE GLEASON SHOW, THE {THE HONEYMOONERS: KRAMDEN VS. NORTON} (TV)

    (January 15, 1955)

    One in this comedy/variety series featuring Jackie Gleason. This program includes "The Honeymooners," a series of sketches about Ralph Kramden, a blustery bus driver, his long-suffering but understanding wife, Alice, and their neighbors, Ed and Trixie Nort...

  • WEB THERAPY: RELAX, REBOOT, REVENGE {SEASON THREE PREMIERE} (TV)

    (July 16, 2013)

    One in this comedy series about the travails of self-centered therapist Fiona Wallice and her practice of conducting short Internet-based therapy sessions with her clients via webcam. In this episode, Fiona takes delight in addressing Jackson Pickett, a m...

  • WEB THERAPY: SHRINK RAP (TV)

    (August 02, 2011)

    One in this comedy series about the travails of self-centered therapist Fiona Wallice and her practice of conducting short Internet-based therapy sessions with her clients via webcam. In this episode, Fiona calls her wealthy Boston-based mother, Putsy Hod...

  • SOUTH BANK SHOW, THE: DAVID MAMET (TV)

    (March 24, 1985)

    One in this weekly arts series. This episode profiles David Mamet, one of America's leading contemporary playwrights, who discusses his background, writing techniques, and views of America. Topics include his childhood years in Chicago; his use of Americ...

  • LAWYERS, THE: THE VERDICT (TV)

    (September 27, 1970)

    One in this series of legal dramas about the cases and courtroom defenses of attorney Walter Nichols and his proteges, Brian and Neil Darrell. In this episode, Neil Darrell argues a jury's right and duty as he defends a doctor accused of performing an ill...

  • MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE: SUBMARINE (TV)

    (November 16, 1969)

    One in this series of adventure dramas about the exploits of the Impossible Missions Force. In this episode, the team is tasked with tracking down one Kruger Schtelman, who is set to be released from a 25-year prison sentence for war crimes and who intends...

  • MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE: COCAINE (TV)

    (October 21, 1972)

    One in this series of adventure dramas about the exploits of the Impossible Missions Force. In this episode, the IMF sets out to stop drug dealer Carl Reid and his henchman Joseph Conrad from purchasing a large shipment of cocaine soon to be arriving in th...

  • TRYING TIMES: A GOOD LIFE {SERIES FINALE} (TV)

    (November 19, 1989)

    The final episode in this comedy anthology series that offers a humorous look at life's "trying times." This comedy, written by Terrence McNally, stars Robert Klein as Buddy Amber, a man for whom smoking is a friend and a passion, a habit inextricably boun...

  • LIZA MINNELLI: SAM FOUND OUT: A TRIPLE PLAY {REVISED FINAL VERSION} (TV)

    (May 31, 1988)

    This program consists of three different plays -- each using virtually the same script and all starring Liza Minnelli -- in which a mysterious "Sam" factors into each climax. The first is a drama, written by Lanford Wilson, in which Minnelli plays a drug-a...

  • SOUTH CENTRAL: PILOT {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (April 05, 1994)

    The first in this series about a black single mother, Joan Mosley, who is raising her children in South Central Los Angeles. The gritty series highlights troubling issues of the black inner-city, not shying away from rough language and candid approaches to...

  • SEX AND THE CITY: THE DROUGHT (TV)

    (August 16, 1998)

    One in this comedy series about Carrie Bradshaw, a single Manhattanite who writes a popular sex-advice column for a newspaper while dishing out dating advice and dirt with her three closest friends. In this episode, Carrie finds herself in an embarrassing ...

  • PLAYHOUSE 90: THE LAST TYCOON (TV)

    (March 14, 1957)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. In this adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's unfinished last novel, Jack Palance portrays Monroe Stahr, head of a major Hollywood movie studio, a man haunted by the memory of his dead wife and battling his own terminal...

  • MAMA MALONE: PILOT {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (March 07, 1984)

    Pilot episode in this series about Renata Malone, an Italian widow who hosts a cooking show from her Brooklyn apartment. During the taping of the program, various family members and neighbors drop in, including: Connie, her divorced daughter; Frankie, her ...

  • MAMA MALONE: CONNIE'S OLD FLAME (TV)

    (March 21, 1984)

    One in this comedy series about Renata Malone, an Italian widow who hosts a cooking show from her Brooklyn apartment. During the taping of the program, various family members and neighbors drop in, including: Connie, her divorced daughter; Frankie, her gr...

  • AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE: ANDRE'S MOTHER (TV)

    (March 14, 1990)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. "Andre's Mother" opens at the memorial service of Katherine Gerard's young son, Andre, the latest casualty of the AIDS epidemic. Through a series flashbacks brought on by the many remembrances of her son at the servic...

  • NAME OF THE GAME, THE: THE PROTECTOR (TV)

    (November 15, 1968)

    One in this series of dramas about the investigations undertaken by staff members of Howard Publications, a Los Angeles-based publishing empire run by Glenn Howard. In this two-part episode, Glenn Howard investigates the death of a young reporter. Howard's...

  • GREAT PERFORMANCES: THREE CHEEVER STORIES #3: THE FIVE-FORTY-EIGHT (TV)

    (November 07, 1979)

    Third and final program in this series of dramatizations of short stories by John Cheever. In this drama, set in affluent Shady Hill and in New York City, John Blake is stalked by Jane Dent, a former employee he seduced, then fired. (Presented under the um...

  • CORONET BLUE: A TIME TO BE BORN {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (May 29, 1967)

    The first in this drama series about the adventures of a man who loses his memory after an attempt on his life, and his efforts to uncover the truth about his past. Calling himself Michael Alden, he remembers only the words "coronet blue," and believes the...