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  • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, PART III: EASY COME, EASY GO (TV)

    (March 21, 1978)

    The third in this six-part drama about the experiences and fantasy life of sheet-music salesman Arthur Parker (Hoskins), written by Dennis Potter. When characters need to give expression to their deepest desires and feelings, they break out into song, mimi...

  • TWILIGHT ZONE, THE: ONE FOR THE ANGELS (TV)

    (October 09, 1959)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series hosted by Rod Serling. In this program, kindly sixty-nine-year-old sidewalk salesman Lew Bookman is visited by Mr. Death who informs the pitchman that his soul is to be claimed at midnight. Usually a pur...

  • VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE SYMPOSIUM, A {PART 2 OF 2} (RADIO)

    (October 09, 1999)

    Continued from R:28659. Tape two of two. This program is a symposium to discuss the Lyric Opera of Chicago's world premiere of an operatic adaptation of Arthur Miller's "A View from the Bridge." The panelists include composer William Bolcom; co-librett...

  • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, PART VI: SAYS MY HEART (TV)

    (April 11, 1978)

    The conclusion of this six-part drama about the experiences and fantasy life of sheet-music salesman Arthur Parker (Hoskins), written by Dennis Potter. When characters need to give expression to their deepest desires and feelings, they break out into song,...

  • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, PART IV: BETTER THINK TWICE (TV)

    (March 28, 1978)

    The fourth of this six-part drama about the experiences and fantasy life of sheet-music salesman Arthur Parker (Hoskins), written by Dennis Potter. When characters need to give expression to their deepest desires and feelings, they break out into song, mim...

  • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, PART V: PAINTING THE CLOUDS (TV)

    (April 04, 1978)

    The fifth of this six-part drama about the experiences and fantasy life of sheet-music salesman Arthur Parker (Hoskins), written by Dennis Potter. When characters need to give expression to their deepest desires and feelings, they break out into song, mimi...

  • PENNIES FROM HEAVEN, PART I: DOWN SUNNYSIDE LANE (TV)

    (March 07, 1978)

    The first in this six-part drama about the experiences and fantasy life of sheet-music salesman Arthur Parker (Hoskins), written by Dennis Potter. When characters need to give expression to their deepest desires and feelings, they break out into song, mimi...

  • 20/20: THE BIGGEST KNOWN FLYING CREATURE; A HOUSE FULL OF MEMORIES -- THE MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING; ALAN ALDA: ROUGH EDGES AND ALL (TV)

    (May 08, 1986)

    One in this series of news magazines hosted by Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters. This edition features segments about a giant flying robot, The Museum of Broadcasting, and actor Alan Alda. In "The Biggest Known Flying Creature," John Laurence visits with a g...

  • 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...

  • DAY AT NIGHT: JOSEPH PAPP (TV)

    (1973)

    One in this interview series hosted by James Day. On this edition, Day interviews New York theater impresario Joseph Papp in New York. Papp begins by discussing his ideas on the ideal way to finance theaters, and his interest in the process of continuity i...

  • SHIP'S REPORTER {ALFRED HITCHCOCK, MINERVA PIOUS, JANE WYMAN} (TV)

    (1950)

    One in this interview series. In this program, filmed in New York Harbor aboard the S.S. Queen Mary, host Jack Mangan interviews celebrity travelers returning from abroad. Highlights include the following: radio star Minerva Pious discusses her involvement...

  • BEST OF TAXI, THE (TV)

    (December 19, 1994)

    Marilu Henner hosts this documentary on the television series "Taxi." The cast members of "Taxi" comment on their characters and the performances of their colleagues. The following scenes from episodes of "Taxi" are included, among others: Elaine applies f...

  • PLAY OF THE WEEK, THE: THE ICEMAN COMETH {PART 1 OF 2} {ACTS I & II} (TV)

    (November 14, 1960)

    One in this series of dramas. Part one of two of Eugene O'Neill's classic drama, set in a barroom on New York's Lower East Side, that portrays the failed lives, empty hopes, and perpetual pipe dreams of an assortment of down-and-out characters. After a bri...

  • PLAY OF THE WEEK, THE: THE ICEMAN COMETH {PART 1 OF 2} {ACTS I & II} (TV)

    (November 14, 1960)

    One in this series of dramas. Part one of two of Eugene O'Neill's classic drama, set in a barroom on New York's Lower East Side, that portrays the failed lives, empty hopes, and perpetual pipe dreams of an assortment of down-and-out characters. After a bri...

  • DONNA REED SHOW, THE: THE IDEAL WIFE (TV)

    (March 11, 1959)

    One in this comedy series about the wholesome Stone family of Hilldale: pediatrician Alex, homemaker Donna, and their teen-aged children, Mary and Jeff. In this episode, Donna becomes distraught when she realizes that people are taking advantage of her goo...

  • IMAGINE ... ARTHUR MILLER: FINISHING THE PICTURE (TV)

    (November 24, 2004)

    One in this series of documentary programs focusing on the arts. In this episode, reporter Alan Yentob interviews playwright Arthur Miller over the course of three days at Miller's home in rural Connecticut. Incorporating vintage footage and archival pho...

  • PLAY OF THE WEEK, THE: THE ICEMAN COMETH {PART 2 OF 2} {ACTS III & IV} (TV)

    (November 21, 1960)

    Continues from T:32888. Part two of two of Eugene O'Neill's classic drama, set in a barroom on New York's Lower East Side, that portrays the failed lives, empty hopes, and perpetual pipe dreams of an assortment of down-and-out characters. Highlights of thi...

  • TELEVISION, PART 6: DRAMA (TV)

    (February 29, 1988)

    The sixth in this eight-part documentary hosted and narrated by Edwin Newman, which examines the history and development of the television medium and its role in society. In this part, clips from television drama are interspersed with brief interviews with...

  • ABC MINI-SERIES: STEPHEN KING'S THE TOMMYKNOCKERS {PART 1 OF 2} (TV)

    (May 09, 1993)

    Part one of this two-part miniseries, based on the Stephen King horror novel of the same name, about a small town in Maine where residents fall under the power of an otherworldly object. The program, set in Haven Falls, Maine, begins in the town diner as ...

  • CBS REPORTS: MIAMI: THE TRIAL THAT SPARKED THE RIOTS (TV)

    (August 27, 1980)

    One in this series of irregularly scheduled in-depth reports. This program examines the death of a black insurance salesman, Arthur McDuffie, and the trial of five white policemen who were accused of his murder. The policemen's acquitial sparked race riots...