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  • ROOKIES, THE: CONCRETE VALLEY, NEON SKY (TV)

    (September 11, 1972)

    One in this police drama series about the exploits of three new recruits to the Southern California Police Department. In this episode, Gillis and Webster break up a fight in a dangerous neighborhood, and though Webster knows several of the men involved, i...

  • DICK POWELL SHOW, THE: SAVAGE SUNDAY {FIRST SEASON FINALE} (TV)

    (May 01, 1962)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. Nick Alexander, a young writer for the New York Bulletin, comes into work on Sunday along with veteran writer Albert King. Albert collapses on the stairwell, revealing that he has diabetes and that his health is su...

  • STACCATO {A.K.A. JOHNNY STACCATO}: MURDER FOR CREDIT (TV)

    (September 17, 1959)

    One in this series of private detective dramas about Johnny Staccato, a jazz pianist who supplements his income by working as a private detective in New York City, often meeting clients and jamming with other musicians at Waldo's, a Greenwich Village club....

  • GENERAL ELECTRIC THEATER: AUF WIEDERSEHEN (TV)

    (October 05, 1958)

    One in this anthology series. In this program, soldier Robert "Spider" Johnson is stationed in Germany in 1951, where he is "adopted" as a father by an orphaned boy. Spider is a taciturn man, preferring to remain alone to hide the pain of his own orphaned ...

  • MAKING OF "THRILLER," THE (TV)

    (1983)

    This arts documentary chronicles the making of the well-known music video featuring Michael Jackson's hit song "Thriller." The tape begins by showing the video in its entirety. In it, Michael and his girlfriend, played by Ola Ray, are attacked by a group o...

  • OWEN MARSHALL, COUNSELOR AT LAW: EULOGY FOR A WIDE RECEIVER (TV)

    (September 30, 1971)

    One in this series of legal dramas concerning Owen Marshall, a warm, compassionate, small-town defense attorney. In this episode, Owen Marshall and his young partner, Jess Brandon, defend a high school football coach accused of drug pushing after his star ...

  • BIG VALLEY, THE: A FLOCK OF TROUBLE (TV)

    (September 25, 1967)

    One in this series of western dramas about the Barkleys, a wealthy California ranching family. In this episode, a man, Josiah Freeman, enters the saloon looking for "Barkley," and upon finding Nick and some other men playing poker, joins the game and quick...

  • JOHNNY STACCATO: THE NAKED TRUTH {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 10, 1959)

    The premiere in this series of private detective dramas about Johnny Staccato, a jazz pianist who supplements his income by working as a private detective in New York City, often meeting clients and jamming with other musicians at Waldo's, a Greenwich Vill...

  • RIVERBOAT: ESCAPE TO MEMPHIS (TV)

    (October 25, 1959)

    One in this series of dramas about the riverboat "Enterprise," her captain and crew, and their travels along the Mississippi, Missouri, and Ohio rivers during the 1840s. In this episode, Laura Sutton, a rich woman who has killed her husband in self-defense...

  • ABC STAGE 67: EVENING PRIMROSE (TV)

    (November 16, 1966)

    One in this series of entertainment specials presented under the umbrella of "ABC Stage 67." The first (and to date only) original musical written for television by composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim, this program, a musical fantasy filmed on location in N...

  • ABC STAGE 67: THE CANTERVILLE GHOST (TV)

    (November 02, 1966)

    One in this series of entertainment specials presented under the umbrella of "ABC Stage 67." This program, which is a modern musical adaptation of Oscar Wilde's short story, concerns an American ambassador and his family, the Otises, who decide to move int...

  • JULIA: PAINT YOUR WAGGEDORN (TV)

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    One in this series of comedies about Julia Baker, a black, widowed nurse, and her young son, Corey. In this episode, Julia and Marie are exasperated by their sons' rambunctious behavior as they attempt to sew Marie a dress for the upcoming open house at sc...

  • HOLLYWOOD: THE FABULOUS ERA (TV)

    (January 23, 1963)

    This documentary, hosted by Henry Fonda, surveys Hollywood's Golden Age from the advent of the sound film to the transitional era of the 1950s, when the movie industry had to redefine itself to compete with television. Featuring abundant film footage, this...

  • FALLEN ANGELS: DEAD-END FOR DELIA {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (August 01, 1993)

    The first in this anthology series of noir-themed dramas. In this episode, police detective Pat Kelley arrives at a crime scene outside of the Dreamland nightclub, where his own estranged wife Delia has been found dead. He learns that she said "tell Pat th...

  • ELLERY QUEEN: THE ADVENTURE OF AULD LANG SYNE {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 11, 1975)

    The premiere of this 1970's television revival of this mystery series detailing the investigations of mystery writer Ellery Queen and his father, police inspector Richard Queen. Richard attends a New Year's Eve party for New York City's rich at the Astor ...

  • ELLERY QUEEN: THE ADVENTURE OF VERONICA'S VEILS (TV)

    (November 13, 1975)

    One in this 1970's television revival of this mystery series detailing the investigations of mystery writer Ellery Queen and his father, police inspector Richard Queen. During a funeral held for Sam Packer, producer of a new burlesque show, a film of Pack...

  • BIG VALLEY, THE: SHADOW OF A GIANT (TV)

    (January 29, 1968)

    One in this series of western dramas about the Barkleys, a wealthy California ranching family. In this episode, the Stryder brothers break their sibling Floyd out of prison, seriously injuring the sheriff and the deputy in the process. When the Barkleys ar...

  • HOLLYWOOD, THE GOLDEN YEARS {HOST: GENE KELLY} (TV)

    (November 29, 1961)

    This televised special, hosted by Gene Kelly, celebrates the "golden years" of silent cinema. The program opens with clips from classic films, and Kelly takes the audience to "the beginning" at the start of the 20th century when people began creating motio...

  • RACE FOR SPACE, THE (TV)

    (April 28, 1960)

    A documentary about the history of technological developments in the field of space exploration, particularly in the United States and the Soviet Union. This examination of the history of space flight and the "space race," hosted by Mike Wallace, begins i...

  • OWEN MARSHALL, COUNSELOR AT LAW: WORDS OF SUMMER {SECOND SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 14, 1972)

    The second season premiere in this series of legal dramas concerning Owen Marshall, a warm, compassionate, small-town defense attorney. In this episode, 21-year-old aspiring Olympian Ann Glover seeks Marshall's help when she is disqualified from the Southw...