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  • END OF THE ROAD SHOW, THE {#52} (RADIO)

    (September 02, 1989)

    One in this series of variety shows hosted by and starring Tom Bodett. Bodett opens this program with "The End of the Road Review," featuring a discussion about recent events in his hometown. Pianist Johnny B. Bushell plays his own composition, "Sunny Si...

  • NBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (RADIO)

    (November 22, 1952)

    One in this series of concerts given by the NBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Each selection is usually preceded by program notes read by the announcer. In this portion of the program, which is devoted entirely to the music of Christ...

  • TODAY {ELVIS PRESLEY SEGMENT} (TV)

    (August 17, 1977)

    One in this early morning series that includes interviews, special features, and news. This segment, hosted by Jane Pauley, looks at the life of Elvis Presley, who died yesterday at the age of forty-two. Highlights include: a clip of his first televsion ap...

  • HONEYMOONERS, THE: THE BENSONHURST BOMBER (TV)

    (September 08, 1956)

    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, Ralph's big mouth gets him into trouble at the local pool hall, where h...

  • METROLINE: WHO WILL SAVE NEW YORK? {FINAL PROGRAM} (TV)

    (June 29, 1988)

    The final episode of this series of public affairs programs which focus on issues of concern to New York City. In this program, host Mike Shuster offers updates on several issues previously discussed in the series. Topics include high dropout rates and o...

  • LOU GRANT: HOLLYWOOD (TV)

    (December 17, 1979)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. Lou becomes fascinated with an abandoned Hollywood restaurant and learns that its owner, a young prizefighter named Baby Duarte, was murdered there thirty yea...

  • LOU GRANT: DYING (TV)

    (April 23, 1979)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, assistant city editor Art Donovan cannot accept the fact that his mother, diagnosed with leukemia, is going to die, and he makes every attemp...

  • LOU GRANT: SECT (TV)

    (February 06, 1978)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, Charlie Hume and his wife, Marian, worry that they are losing their son to a religious cult. Charlie is distracted and moody at work and conf...

  • MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN {EPISODE 119} {MARY IS A FINALIST} (TV)

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    The first of two episodes on this tape. One in this satirical soap opera series about Mary Hartman, a housewife from Fernwood, Ohio. In this episode, Mary and Loretta talk about the sex life of Merle Jeeter and that of Ed and Howard McCullough; Loretta is ...

  • MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN {EPISODE 113} {TOM IS FIRED FROM HIS JOB} (TV)

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    The first of two episodes on this tape. One in this satirical soap opera series about Mary Hartman, a housewife from Fernwood, Ohio. In this episode, Martha is convinced that she was adopted in Oklahoma, and her real parents were oil millionaires killed in...

  • MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN {EPISODE 106} {MARY DIALS THE HELP LINE} (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, Mary calls the local counseling help line and feels much better about her problems with Tom. Meanwhile, T...

  • MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN {EPISODE 103} {MARY SEEKS CONSOLATION FROM THE REVEREND JIMMY JOE} (TV)

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    The first of two episodes on this tape. One in this satirical soap opera series about Mary Hartman, a housewife from Fernwood, Ohio. In this episode, Tom and Charlie argue about the legality of homosexuality, leading Ed to bemoan his closeted life. He trie...

  • MR. SHOW WITH BOB AND DAVID: IT'S INSANE, THIS GUY'S TAINT (TV)

    (December 08, 1998)

    One in this series of sketch comedy programs starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. In this episode, Bob and David announce the tragic death of poorly photographed crew member Ed Abrams; a group of friends has an intervention with Bob because of how poorly...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: BARBRA STREISAND: THE TELEVISION PERFORMANCES, PACKAGE 3: COLOR ME BARBRA

    (1998)

    "Color Me Barbra" When this second special aired, Barbra Streisand had completed a successful Broadway run in "Funny Girl" and had seven gold records to her credit. She sings surrounded by animals in a circus dream sequence and wanders the Philadelphia Mu...

  • MR. SHOW WITH BOB AND DAVID: A TALKING JUNKIE (TV)

    (December 14, 1996)

    One in this series of sketch comedy programs starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross. In this episode, Bob and the rest of the cast confront David over a fake British accent his is affecting. David goes out back to discuss his problems with a talking junkie ...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: THE RETURN OF THE MAN IN THE PORKPIE HAT: BUSTER KEATON ON TELEVISION, PACKAGE 1: VAUDEO DAYS (1949-1954)

    (1996)

    Vaudeo Days (19491954) Buster Keaton made his television debut in December 1949 on Ed Wynns raucous vaudeo revue and two weeks later premiered his own program on KTTV. His wife Eleanor recalled the excitement of telecasting live: "A few minutes bef...

  • LOU GRANT: ANDREW: TRIAL {PART 2 OF 2} (TV)

    (December 10, 1979)

    Part two of this two-part episode from this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In part two, Art Donovan's mentally disturbed cousin Andrew is arrested for the strangulation murder of a young female neighbo...

  • HONEYMOONERS, THE: OH, MY ACHING BACK (TV)

    (January 14, 1956)

    One in this series of comedies about Ralph Kramden, a blustery bus driver, his long-suffering wife Alice, and their neighbors, Ed and Trixie Norton. In this episode, Ralph tells Alice he has to rest up for his annual bus company physical the next morning a...

  • BARBARA WALTERS SPECIAL, THE {CLINT EASTWOOD, CAROL BURNETT, WILLIE NELSON} (TV)

    (June 15, 1982)

    One in this occasional series of interview specials, hosted by Barbara Walters. Program highlights include the following: Clint Eastwood discusses his private and professional life; a clip from his film "Firefox"; Carol Burnett in excerpts from "The Ed Sul...

  • SEE IT NOW: FLYING INTO THE EYE OF EDNA (TV)

    (September 14, 1954)

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. In the first segment, Murrow narrates a report from Kindley Air Force Base in Bermuda, interviews a representative of the U.S. Weather Bureau on hurricanes, and joins a ...