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  • INSIDE STORY: WHO KILLED MARTIN LUTHER KING? (TV)

    One in this series of in-depth informational programs. This installment examines the possible conspiracies surrounding the April 1968 death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His accused killer, James Earl Ray, speaks from a Missouri prison and reasserts his i...

  • LONE RANGER, THE: THE FUGITIVE {SEASON FOUR PREMIERE} (TV): September 09, 1954

    One in this western series that chronicles the adventures of the Lone Ranger and his faithful American Indian partner, Tonto. A pair of robbers named Blaze and Stack attempt to rob a stagecoach transporting hundreds in gold bullion, but they cannot get pa...

  • OMNIBUS: CRACKED ACTOR (IN HOLLYWOOD WITH DAVID BOWIE) (TV): January 26, 1975

    One in this weekly arts magazine series. This program features a documentary following musician David Bowie during his tour in Los Angeles, reflecting on his performance style and the recent "death" of his stage character Ziggy Stardust. The documentary...

  • PLAYING SHAKESPEARE: USING THE VERSE {SHOW #02} (TV): August 05, 1984

    One in this miniseries of "master classes" hosted by John Barton and featuring members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, exploring the techniques and styles used by actors in performing the works of the Bard. In this installment, Barton opens by discussing...

  • PLAYING SHAKESPEARE: THE TWO TRADITIONS (TV): July 29, 1984

    The first in this miniseries of "master classes" hosted by John Barton and featuring members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, exploring the techniques and styles used by actors in performing the works of the Bard. In this installment, Barton opens the ses...

  • RAWHIDE: INCIDENT AT SPIDER ROCK (TV): January 18, 1963

    One in this western series about the adventures of cattlemen driving herds along the Sedalia Trail, from Texas to Kansas. In this episode, the group stops in a town for supplies, and Rock and Willie are distracted from their argument when Willie spies a pr...

  • YOUNG RIDERS, THE: BORN TO HANG {SECOND SEASON PREMIERE} (TV): September 22, 1990

    The second season premiere in in this Western drama series about a group of young Pony Express riders in the antebellum Nebraska Territory. In this episode, Hickok watches at a free black man, Noah Dixon, approaches a slave sale and boldly purchases ? an...

  • SHIRLEY TEMPLE'S STORYBOOK: HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN'S THE NIGHTINGALE (TV): February 18, 1958

    One in this children's anthology series of musical fairy tales hosted and narrated by, and occasionally featuring, Shirley Temple. In this program, Temple introduces the tale of "The Nightingale" as written by Hans Christian Andersen. The story begins in a...

  • PAPER CHASE, THE: THE THIRD YEAR: THE DAY KINGSFIELD MISSED CLASS (TV): July 23, 1985

    One in this drama series about law student James T. Hart and his fellow Harvard classmates, based on the novel by John Jay Osborn, Jr. In this episode, Tom rushes to his contracts class only to find that Professor Kingsfield, most uncharacteristically, is ...

  • BEN CASEY: AUGUST IS THE MONTH BEFORE CHRISTMAS {FOURTH SEASON PREMIERE} (TV): September 14, 1964

    One in this medical drama series about a resident physician named Ben Casey. In this episode, a young boy, Roy, takes a tumble down the stairs during his older sister Flora's wedding shower and is rushed to the hospital. Dr. Mike Rogers, Casey's new intern...

  • PAPER CHASE, THE: THE SECOND YEAR: OUTLINE FEVER {SECOND SEASON PREMIERE} (TV): April 15, 1983

    One in this drama series about law student James T. Hart and his fellow Harvard classmates, based on the novel by John Jay Osborn, Jr. In this episode, Hart and Ford happily return to campus for their second year and move into an apartment together. Elsewh...

  • PAPER CHASE, THE: THE SECOND YEAR: BURDEN OF PROOF (TV): June 12, 1984

    One in this drama series about law student James T. Hart and his fellow Harvard classmates, based on the novel by John Jay Osborn, Jr. In this episode, Hart is overwhelmed with his class work and his internship with a public defender. He observes a court p...

  • MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING RECEPTION SERIES, THE: TONY RANDALL {LONG VERSION}: January 09, 1989

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Paley Center for Media's (known at that time as The Museum of Broadcasting) reception series. Held at the Museum in New York, and moderated by Robert M. Batscha, president of the M...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XV {1988 CALGARY OLYMPICS} {1988/02/27}, PART 8 (TV): February 27, 1988

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 1988 XV Olympic Winter Games from Calgary. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Jim McKay presides throughout this portion and introduc...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XV {1988 CALGARY OLYMPICS} {1988/02/21}, PT. 6 (TV): February 21, 1988

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 1988 XV Olympic Winter Games from Calgary. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Keith Jackson presides throughout this portion and intr...

  • EAST SIDE / WEST SIDE: I BEFORE E EXCEPT AFTER C (TV): October 21, 1963

    One in this drama series about social worker Neil Brock's wide-ranging cases while working in some of New York City's grittier neighborhoods. When Power, an inner-city teenager, is late for his class at Public School 10, he incites a riot and drives the t...

  • EAST SIDE / WEST SIDE: THE NAME OF THE GAME (TV): May 05, 1964

    One in this drama series about social worker Neil Brock's wide-ranging cases while working in some of New York City's grittier neighborhoods. At a groundbreaking on a new electronics plant, Congressman Hanson is upset that neither the president of the lab...

  • COSBY SHOW, THE: CAN I SAY SOMETHING PLEASE? (TV): February 09, 1989

    One in this comedy series starring humorist Bill Cosby as Cliff Huxtable, a successful obstetrician with a lawyer wife and five exasperating children. Rudy prepares for a video party with her friends, but is dissatisfied with the old-fashioned films her f...

  • BEN CASEY: LULLABY FOR BILLY DIGNAN (TV): May 06, 1963

    One in this medical drama series about a resident physician named Ben Casey. In this episode, Dr. Carpenter diagnoses a baby with hydrocephalus, a build-up of fluid in the brain, and Casey mentions that successfully operated on another patient with the sam...

  • BEN CASEY: JUSTICE TO A MICROBE (TV): September 18, 1963

    One in this medical drama series about a resident physician named Ben Casey. In this episode, Dr. Mike Rosario angrily searches out Casey and demands to know why he did not recommend him for a research grant. Casey tells him that he is too egotistical and ...