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  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: HELLO, GOOD-BYE, PACKAGE 8 {EVENING SCREENING 3} : 2001

    Hello, Good-bye presents three months of pilots, premieres, and final programs from the annals of episodic television. Although it is by no means a definitive collection, this screening series showcases many of the most remarkable episodes ever to open or...

  • TRACEY TAKES ON . . . THE END OF THE WORLD (TV): March 17, 1999

    The series finale in this comedy series showcasing the many talents of actress/comedienne Tracey Ullman. Each episode "takes on" a particular subject, with the versatile Ullman portraying a wide variety of characters in a series of sketches. This edition b...

  • GOLDIE & LIZA TOGETHER (TV) : 1980

    This musical special is presented as a series of segments leading up to a final production featuring Goldie Hawn and Liza Minnelli. Hawn and Minnelli begin on their first day of production singing two separate songs about working together that become a du...

  • FRIDAYS {ANDY KAUFMAN, SIR DOUGLAS QUINTET} (TV): February 20, 1981

    One in this series of late-night comedy/variety programs. Andy Kaufman is guest host for this program which features musical performances by the Tex-Mex rock band, Sir Douglas Quintet. Kaufman breaks-up laughing during his opening monologue and notes that ...

  • LOIS & CLARK {LOIS AND CLARK}: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN: MADAME EX {SECOND SEASON PREMIERE} (TV): September 18, 1994

    One in this fantasy adventure series chronicling the exploits of newspaper reporters Lois Lane and Clark Kent (a.k.a. Superman). This episode begins with scenes from the season finale, in which Lex Luther plunged to his death from the top of his corporate ...

  • MYSTERY!: MOTHER LOVE {PART 3 OF 3} (TV): November 08, 1990

    Continued from T:30375. One in this mystery anthology series. The conclusion of this three-part psychological chiller about Helena Vesey, a well-to-do fifty-year-old suburban Londoner, with an obsessive hatred for her former husband, Alex, a symphony condu...

  • LAMB CHOP'S PLAY-ALONG!: PEER PRESSURE (TV) : 1992

    One in this children's show, hosted by puppeteer Shari Lewis, and featuring puppets Lamb Chop, Hush Puppy, and Charlie Horse. This episode's main segment is "At Home With Lamb Chop: Peer Pressure" and is told in three acts. In act one, Lamb Chop wants t...

  • BELL TELEPHONE HOUR, THE: AMERICAN FESTIVAL (TV) : February 10, 1959

    One in this series of music programs. This program celebrates American music and features the following performances: pianist Grant Johannesen and Donald Voorhees and the Orchestra perform George Gershwin's "Concerto in F (Finale)"; Martha Wright and Russe...

  • FANTASTIC MISS PIGGY SHOW, THE (TV) : September 17, 1982

    In this special, the glamorous Muppet character Miss Piggy stars in her own variety show, with special guests John Ritter, George Hamilton, and Tony Clifton. Under the direction of Kermit the Frog, Jim Henson's Muppets work in the studio control room and, ...

  • MAX LIEBMAN PRESENTS: THE FOLLIES OF SUZY (TV): October 23, 1954

    One in this irregularly scheduled series of special presentations of musical comedies and revues. In this original television musical comedy, playwright George Randolph suffers initially from writer's block as he tries to construct a play around a ballerin...

  • BELL TELEPHONE HOUR, THE: THE PARIS SHOW {MAURICE CHEVALIER} (TV): December 03, 1963

    One in this series of music programs. Maurice Chevalier hosts this musical tribute to Paris. Chevalier opens the show with the song "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder." Chevalier then directs the audience's attention to an upright, cylindrical map of Pa...

  • MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING SATELLITE SEMINAR SERIES, THE: ALAN ALDA SEMINAR, NO. 3 OF 4: AN EVENING WITH ALAN ALDA {SATELLITE SEMINAR AT MERRILL LYNCH} {LONG VERSION}: October 16, 1986

    The first in this series of satellite seminars conducted by The Museum of Television & Radio (known at that time as The Museum of Broadcasting). This is the third seminar in a series of four in which Alan Alda discusses his television career as an actor, d...

  • LEONARD BERNSTEIN AND THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC: THE INFINITE VARIETY OF MUSIC (TV) : February 22, 1959

    One in this irregularly scheduled series of music specials featuring Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic. In this program, Bernstein demonstrates the way many of the great composers used four simple notes to create classic compositions. Through...

  • FANTASTIC MISS PIGGY SHOW, THE (TV): September 17, 1982

    In this special, Muppet character Miss Piggy stars in her own variety show, with special guests John Ritter, George Hamilton, and Tony Clifton. Under the direction of Kermit the Frog, Jim Henson's Muppets work in the studio control room and, amidst chaos, ...

  • SPECIAL EVENING WITH CAROL BURNETT, A (TV): March 29, 1978

    The finale of "The Carol Burnett Show," a series of comedy/variety programs featuring Carol Burnett. Burnett, Tim Conway, and Vicki Lawrence reminisce about past shows and introduce excerpts spanning the eleven years of the show. Highlights include the fol...

  • 2ND {SECOND} SYMPHONY "RESURRECTION" BY GUSTAV MAHLER {TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY} {TV): November 24, 1963

    Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 2, known as the "Resurrection" symphony, is telecast here on the weekend of John F. Kennedy's assassination as a tribute to the deceased President. In this performance, Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic, with...

  • BARYSHNIKOV ON BROADWAY (TV): April 24, 1980

    This special musical presentation is a tribute to the American musical theater by Russian-born ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov. He and his co-host, Liza Minnelli, travel back in time to review Broadway musicals of the past, beginning with Richard Rodgers a...

  • SEX AND THE CITY: AN AMERICAN GIRL IN PARIS, PART UNE {PART 1 OF 2} (TV): February 15, 2004

    One in this comedy series about Carrie Bradshaw. a single Manhattanite who writes a popular sex-advice column for a newspaper while dishing out dating advice and dirt with her three closest friends. In this episode, part one of a two-part series finale, Ca...

  • FRIENDS: THE ONE WITH THE JELLYFISH {FOURTH SEASON PREMIERE} (TV): September 25, 1997

    One in this comedy series about six Generation-X friends who live together in New York City and share a favorite haunt, a coffee bar called Central Perk. This season four premiere picks up from the third season finale, at the beach house, with Ross trying ...

  • GREAT PERFORMANCES: LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER: THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC WITH ZUBIN MEHTA AND PINCHAS ZUKERMAN {TAPE 2 OF 2} (TV): October 03, 1984

    Continued from T:75913.001. Tape two of two. One in this series on the performing arts. In this program -- one in a series of live broadcasts from the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City -- violist and violinist Pinchas Zukerman perform...