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  • FOX REPUBLICAN DEBATE (TV)

    (January 10, 2008)

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  • WHIRLPOOL (TV COMMERCIAL)

    (1968)

    In this commercial for Whirlpool driers, a girl tries to seduce her vain, self-absorbed date on the living room couch. His reluctance increases when he hears the noise made by "The Nagger," Whirlpool's dryer that buzzes every five minutes when the cycle i...

  • DADE COUNTY ASSOC. FOR RETARDED CITIZENS: JOKES (PSA)

    (1978)

    In this 60-second Public Service Announcement for the Dade County Association for retarded citizens, a man tells a joke in which he grossly exagerrates a retarded person's manner of speech. The loud response of his laughing friends is followed by a dignif...

  • STAMFORD MARKETING GROUP/DOWN THE TUBES: BOAT (TV COMMERCIAL)

    (1980)

    In this 30-second commercial made for the Stamford Marketing Group, a man sitting in a sinking rowboat describes "down the tubes," a snack food for people who "haven't had much success in life," as he gradually gets immersed in water. ...

  • CBS TELEVISION SEASON 1969/1970 {PROMO} (TV)

    (1969)

    This is a promotion for the CBS Television Season of 1969/1970, featuring such programs as "My Three Sons," "Mission: Impossible," "Hogan's Heroes," and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." ...

  • GEORGE GOBEL SHOW, THE {FINAL PROGRAM OF SEASON} (TV)

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  • CAVALCADE OF BANDS (1ST SHOW) (F857)

    (1950/01/xx)

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  • DUPONT SHOW, THE: FIRE RESCUE (TV)

    (July 21, 1963)

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  • MAGIC COTTAGE, THE (TV)

    (December 28, 1950)

    One in this series of children's programs set in the magic cottage "in the land of make-believe, where anything can happen and most everything does, where storybook people come to life and tell you their adventures, and where every boy and girl can have fu...

  • JEAN SHEPHERD'S AMERICA: CAR SHOW; CHICAGO SHOW (TV)

    (1985)

    One in this thirteen-part comedy series, hosted by humorist Jean Shepherd, which examines aspects of American culture and lifestyles in satirical tones. In these two parts, Shepherd examines the attraction to the automobile, and visits his hometown of Chic...

  • ENCORES - THE BELL TELEPHONE HOUR

    (February 23, 1969)

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  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: THE SOUNDS OF SILENTS: SILENT FILMS, PACKAGE 11: BEN HUR {TAPE 2 OF 2}

    (2001)

    In 1976 Kevin Brownlow and the late David Gill sparked a revival in the public appreciation of silent cinema with "Hollywood," a mammoth thirteen-part history on the origins of the film industry in America. The success of the production led Thames Televis...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: THE SOUNDS OF SILENTS: SILENT FILMS, PACKAGE 11: BEN HUR {TAPE 1 OF 2}

    (2001)

    In 1976 Kevin Brownlow and the late David Gill sparked a revival in the public appreciation of silent cinema with "Hollywood," a mammoth thirteen-part history on the origins of the film industry in America. The success of the production led Thames Televis...

  • DO YOU TRUST YOUR WIFE? (TV)

    (January 15, 1957)

    One in this series of quiz shows for married couples, hosted by ventriloquist Edgar Bergen. The male contestants must decide whether to trust their wives to answer a question, or answer it themselves. Bergen and his assortment of comic dummies -- Charlie...

  • BOB AND RAY: THE ONE AND ONLY {THE ONEANDONLY} (TV)

    (1975)

    This comedy special stars the comedy team of Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, performing skits in a theater-in-the-round setting. Highlights include the following: Wally Ballou (Elliott) interviews Ward Smith (Goulding) about cranberries; Dr. Dexter (Elliot...

  • BIG BANG AND OTHER CREATION MYTHS, THE (TV)

    (1981)

    This animated program depicts various myths which explain the creation of the earth. Includes the following animated accounts of the creation: the "Big Bang" theory, which gives a scientific explanation of the evolution of the universe; "Bumba Creates th...

  • LOVE OF LIFE {LAURIE FEELS OVERPROTECTED} (TV)

    (January 03, 1967)

    One in this long-running daytime serial about the residents of Barrowsville, New York, with emphasis on the life of the virtuous and long-suffering Vanessa Dale. In this episode, Laurie, who recently returned from a sanitarium for psychological problems, ...

  • SEE IT NOW: A CONVERSATION WITH PRIME MINISTER MACMILLAN (TV)

    (May 23, 1958)

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. Filmed on May 12, 1958, at 10 Downing St., London, this "special" edition of "See It Now" features an interview with British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Highlights ...

  • ROBERT HERRIDGE THEATER, THE: GIRL ON THE ROAD (TV)

    (1960)

    One in this series of performing arts programs. Host Robert Herridge introduces this drama about a writer who gives a ride to a young woman "on the bum." The impoverished and weary woman fascinates the writer with her tragic life story, and before they p...

  • SEE IT NOW {KU KLUX KLAN} (TV)

    (May 10, 1953)

    One in this series of current events documentary programs, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. In this program, Murrow reports on two North Carolina weekly newspapers, the News Reporter of Whiteville and the Tabor City Tribune, which won the Pulitzer Prize for fig...