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  • BARTLES & JAYMES WINE COOLER: AGENCY {ART DIRECTORS AWARDS 1985}

    (1985)

    In this commercial for Bartles & Jaymes, fictional spokesman Frank Bartles and his silent partner Ed Jaymes are shown sitting on the stoop in front of the offices of the Bartles & Jaymes Wine Cooler Company. Frank explains that people have recently suggest...

  • SANKA {YOUNG & RUBICAM CAMPAIGNS: JELL-O, SANKA, AND FRITO-LAY}

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    In this commercial for Sanka, the announcer explains that Sanka's coffee wagon recently went to the PGA National Golf Tournament in Florida and served Sanka without telling people in advance. The reaction of Mrs. Ed Kirouac of Massachusetts was typical. ...

  • MARIO CUOMO FOR GOVERNOR: {MARIO CUOMO ADS FOR 1982 GUBERNATORIAL RACE}

    (1982)

    In this commercial on behalf of Mario Cuomo's 1982 campaign for governor, Cuomo and his wife Matilda are shown holding a newspaper with a headline declaring that "Cuomo pulls an upset" by defeating Ed Koch in the Democratic primary. The announcer explains...

  • MARIO CUOMO FOR GOVERNOR: {MARIO CUOMO ADS FOR 1982 GUBERNATORIAL RACE}

    (1982)

    In this commercial on behalf of Mario Cuomo's 1982 campaign for governor, Ed Koch explains that President Reagan's economic policies have been devastating for New York State in terms of lost jobs and diminished resources. "We need a Democratic governor in...

  • NEW YORK CITY FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION {ADVERTISING AGE: BEST TELEVISION COMMERCIALS OF THE YEAR, 1984}

    (1984)

    In this commercial for New York City Fair Housing Commission, an immigrant tries to rent an apartment, but is told that "its been rented." Suddenly, Mr. T appears and knocks down the door of the apartment. He explains to the landlord that it's illegal to d...

  • RUSSELL ACTIVEWEAR: THE MOUTH {ADVERTISING AGE: BEST TELEVISION COMMERCIALS OF THE YEAR, 1984}

    (1984)

    This commercial for Russell Activewear features former football stars Joe Theismann and Ed "Too Tall" Jones in a locker room slapstick routine. As Theismann explains that Russell sweat suits are perfect for working out in, he pours powder and detergent on ...

  • U.S. WEST SMALL BUSINESS GROUP: HAIR GUY {ADWEEK: BEST SPOTS OF MARCH 1995}

    (1995/03/xx)

    This commercial for US West profiles Ed Gomez, the owner of a growing hair styling supply business. Because he needed a way to stay in touch with his customers, he had the Small Business group at US West set up a phone system that rings him in any of thre...

  • NIKE: MARATHON MAN {THE ONE SHOW: 1996 WINNERS AND FINALISTS, TAPE 1 OF 2}

    (1995)

    In this commercial for Nike, a sixty-three-year-old man named Ed Bacon is shown jogging across a bridge. Title cards indicate that after taking up jogging for just a few months, he entered the Toronto Marathon and finished dead last with a time of five ho...

  • GROWING PAINS: ANGER WITH LOVE {FIFTH SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 20, 1989)

    The fifth season premiere in this comedy series about the adventures of the Seaver family of Long Island, headed by psychiatrist dad Jason and reporter mom Maggie. In this episode, on the family cruise, Mike shocks everyone by announcing that he and babysi...

  • ELLEN: MOVING ON {FOURTH SEASON FINALE} (TV)

    (May 14, 1997)

    The fourth season finale in this comedy series about the quirky misadventures of a flippant Los Angeles bookstore manager named Ellen Morgan. In this episode, Audrey goes overboard in celebrating Ellen's coming-out by creating a "Sisterhood Corner" at the ...

  • LUCKY STRIKE PROGRAM, THE {THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM} {V-E DAY} (RADIO)

    (May 13, 1945)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs hosted by Jack Benny. Highlights of this program include the following: Jack comments on V-E Day, the previous week's German surrender ending the war in Europe; Larry Stevens sings "Just a Prayer Away"; Phil ...

  • MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN {EPISODE 120} {DENNIS BREAKS UP WITH MARY} (TV)

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    The second of two episodes on this tape. One in this satirical soap opera series about Mary Hartman, a housewife from Fernwood, Ohio. In this episode, Dennis breaks up with Mary and tells her that he is leaving Fernwood; Cathy and Clete plan to marry, but ...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: BARBRA STREISAND: THE TELEVISION PERFORMANCES: PACKAGE 4: THE BELLE OF14TH STREET

    (1998)

    "The Belle of 14th Street" Streisand is joined by actor Jason Robards, Jr., in this tribute to turn-of-the-century vaudeville. Among the highlights are Streisand singing a duet with herself via the miracle of technology, and Streisand and Robards performi...

  • LOU GRANT: VIOLENCE (TV)

    (April 06, 1981)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. Rossi's good-natured profile of hard-hitting football player "Crusher" Carter assumes greater significance when Carter's vicious tackle is responsible for t...

  • HONEYMOONERS, THE: BROTHER RALPH (TV)

    (November 26, 1955)

    One in this series of comedies about Ralph Kramden, a blustery bus driver, his long-suffering but understanding wife, Alice, and their neighbors, Ed and Trixie Norton. In this episode, Alice begins working as a secretary after Ralph is laid off from his jo...

  • LOU GRANT: STROKE {FOURTH SEASON FINALE} (TV)

    (May 04, 1981)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, Mrs. Pynchon and her nephew are at odds over the purchase of a magazine. When his aunt suffers a stroke, the nephew tries to stop all purchas...

  • LOU GRANT: CHRISTMAS (TV)

    (December 13, 1977)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and its city editor, Lou Grant. In this episode, Lou tries to bring the Christmas spirit to "The Trib.," Billie reports on a family living in a tent, and Rossi is sent to report on the ...

  • LOU GRANT: PILLS {SECOND SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 25, 1978)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, Joe Rossi goes to jail after he refuses to name a source used in a story about a doctor's drug dealing, and Charlie invites a group of high s...

  • LOU GRANT: COPHOUSE {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 20, 1977)

    Premiere of this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and its city editor, Lou Grant. In this episode, Lou begins his new job at the Los Angeles Tribune. Rossi gets wind of a police scandal, but the reporter assigned to the story is r...

  • WALTER WINCHELL SHOW, THE {FINAL PROGRAM} (TV)

    (December 28, 1956)

    Final program in this series of variety programs hosted by Walter Winchell. Frankie Lane sings "Dream All Your Troubles Away," followed by a comic dance routine. Lisa Kirk sings "Anything Goes" and "I'll Be Happy," followed by comedian Jack Carter, who jok...