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  • BELL TELEPHONE HOUR, THE: A MAN'S DREAM: FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS (TV)

    (September 25, 1966)

    One in this series of music programs. This program profiles the composer Gian Carlo Menotti, creator and director of the Spoleto Festival. Filmed on location in Italy, filmmaker Robert Drew uses a cinema-verit? style to capture Menotti in discussion as we...

  • FORSYTE SAGA, THE {PT. 8 OF 26}: INDIAN SUMMER OF A FORSYTE (TV)

    (November 23, 1969)

    Part eight of twenty-six adapted from a series of novels written by Nobel Prize-winning author John Galsworthy. The series depicts the lives and loves of several generations of an upper middle-class British family from 1879 to 1926, revolving around two c...

  • FDR, EPISODE 2: I LIKE TO WIN (TV)

    (January 22, 1965)

    Episode 2 of this 26 episode documentary series on the life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Highlights of this program include the following: Scenes of the depression; profile of Herbert Hoover; profile of Gov. Roosevelt (D-NY); James Farley and the FRBC (For Ro...

  • AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: RFK (TV)

    (October 04, 2004)

    One in this documentary series. Part one and part two in this documentary program about Robert F. Kennedy -- his life in the shadow of his brother, President John F. Kennedy; the profound changes he underwent after Kennedy's assassination; and his own poli...

  • AMERICAN MASTERS: A 100TH ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE TO ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN: RUBINSTEIN REMEMBERED (TV)

    (July 20, 1987)

    One in this documentary series that explores the lives and achievements of America's most celebrated artists and performers. This tribute to the pianist Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982) profiles his life and career. Hosted by his son, actor and composer John ...

  • DON KNOTTS SHOW, THE (STEVE ALLEN, LOUIS NYE, TOM POSTON) (TV)

    (April 13, 1971)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs hosted by Don Knotts. Program highlights include the following: "man-on-the-street" interviews; Knotts and guests viewing footage of a Timex commercial with John Cameron Swayze; a mobster skit with Knotts, Post...

  • ARREST AND TRIAL: THE QUALITY OF JUSTICE (TV)

    (November 17, 1963)

    One in this series of dramas about the sleuthing of detective Nick Anderson who tracks down the suspects that attorney John Egan then defends. In this portion, detectives pursue and arrest the murderer of a four-year-old girl. Egan defends the suspected mu...

  • CBS REPORTS: THE RATING GAME (TV)

    (July 12, 1965)

    One in this series of irregularly scheduled in-depth reports. This program focuses on the impact and accuracy of television ratings. Includes interviews with Steve Allen; Mark Goodson; E. William Henry; John A. Schneider; Sylvester L. "Pat" Weaver, Jr.; Do...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: 1974: A TELEVISION ALBUM (TV)

    (December 29, 1974)

    This special news retrospective reviews events of the year 1974. Included is footage of former President Richard M. Nixon, President Gerald R. Ford, Vice President Nelson Rockefeller, Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon, Senate Majority Leader Mike ...

  • KRAFT TELEVISION THEATRE: OF FAMOUS MEMORY / JANUARY THAW / WUTHERING HEIGHTS / MY BROTHER'S KEEPER (TV)

    (May 06, 1953)

    The sixth anniversary program in this series of dramas presented by Kraft. This program presents scenes from four previous productions of this series. Scenes shown are the following: Nancy Marchand and Leslie Nielsen in E.B. Ginty's "Of Famous Memory"; Vau...

  • PLAYING SHAKESPEARE: POETRY AND HIDDEN POETRY (TV)

    (September 23, 1984)

    The final episode in this miniseries of "master classes" hosted by John Barton and featuring members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, exploring the techniques and styles used by actors in performing the works of the Bard. In this installment, Ian McKellen...

  • PLAYING SHAKESPEARE: THE TWO TRADITIONS (TV)

    (July 29, 1984)

    The first in this miniseries of "master classes" hosted by John Barton and featuring members of the Royal Shakespeare Company, exploring the techniques and styles used by actors in performing the works of the Bard. In this installment, Barton opens the ses...

  • NOVA: THE DEADLY DECEPTION (TV)

    (January 26, 1993)

    One in this series of science documentaries. This edition examines the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, in which 400 black men in Alabama were deceptively experimented upon over the course of several decades. Several elderly men who were involved in the real-...

  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN FRONTIERS: JOURNEY TO MARS (TV)

    (November 11, 1998)

    One in this series of science documentaries hosted by Alan Alda. This episode focuses on a new "giant leap for mankind" -- going to Mars. In the first segment, video footage of Neil Armstrong's July 20, 1969, moon walk is shown. Alda then interviews Dr. Ro...

  • ALLY MCBEAL: THEME OF LIFE (TV)

    (March 09, 1998)

    One in this whimsical comedy/drama series about the personal and professional misadventures of Ally McBeal, a neurotic young lawyer living in Boston. In this episode, Ally takes a kickboxing class as a method of relieving stress and anxiety, but she balks ...

  • AMERICAN MASTERS: PHILIP JOHNSON: A SELF-PORTRAIT (TV)

    (June 30, 1986)

    One in this documentary series that explores the lives and achievements of America's most celebrated native-born and adopted artists and performers. This portrait of Philip Johnson, the 20th-century architect whose work has transformed the skylines of urba...

  • ADVERTISING AGE: BEST TELEVISION COMMERCIALS OF THE YEAR, 1984 {77 SPOTS} (TV)

    (1984)

    Compiled by Advertising Age magazine, this reel features 77 of the best commercials produced in 1984. Fred Danzig, editor of Advertising Age, introduces the commercials and conducts interviews with Lee Clow, president and creative director of Chiat/Day, an...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: BLAST FROM YOUR PAST: WHAT GEN X WATCHED, PACKAGE 1: RISING STARS

    (2003)

    Did you learn how to spell bologna from Oscar Mayer's commercials and about conjunctions from "Schoolhouse Rock"? If you answered yes to these questions, you must be a Gen Xer, part of the first generation to watch "Sesame Street," play home video games, ...

  • MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING'S 7TH ANNUAL TELEVISION FESTIVAL IN LOS ANGELES, THE: CHINA BEACH {SHORT VERSION}

    (March 24, 1990)

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of the 7th Annual Television Festival, held in Los Angeles by The Museum of Television & Radio, known at that time as The Museum of Broadcasting. Presented with the Academy of Television...

  • MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING'S 7TH ANNUAL TELEVISION FESTIVAL IN LOS ANGELES, THE: CHINA BEACH {LONG VERSION}

    (March 24, 1990)

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of the 7th Annual Television Festival, held in Los Angeles by The Museum of Television & Radio, known at that time as The Museum of Broadcasting. Presented with the Academy of Television ...