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  • INFORMATION PLEASE

    (August 08, 1939)

    First half missing. Sponsor: Canada Dry. ...

  • BELL TELEPHONE HOUR, THE (RADIO)

    (December 21, 1942)

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  • BOB AND RAY SHOW, THE (TV)

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    One in this series of programs hosted by and featuring the comedic talents of Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding. This show begins with a satire of industrial training films entitled "So You Want To Be a Smelter" produced for the Sturdley Ironworks. Other skit...

  • NEW LOVE AMERICAN STYLE: LOVE AND THE SECOND HONEYMOON/LOVE AND THE MAID OF HONOR {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (December 23, 1985)

    The pilot in this updated version of the 1969-1974 series of comedy programs looking at love in America from many points of view. In the first segment, "Love and the Second Honeymoon," Phyllis wants to take her husband Harry on a surprise vacation. She u...

  • NOVA: SEARCH FOR LIFE (TV)

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    One in this series of science documentaries. This program explores the quest for life on other planets. Highlights of this program include discussions about the following topics by various scientists including astronomer Carl Sagan: the evolution of life; ...

  • HARLEM: SELF-PORTRAIT (TV)

    (August 18, 1959)

    This two-part documentary profiles the neighborhood of Harlem in New York City in 1959, and discusses the social and economic problems its citizens must face. Topics addressed include crime, street gangs, drugs, and the role of the police; the migration of...

  • TALES OF TOMORROW: A CHILD IS CRYING (TV)

    (August 15, 1952)

    One in this anthology series featuring stories of science fiction and the supernatural. In this program, set in 1961 at the U.S. Army Proving Ground, Guided Missile Section, in New Mexico, a nine-year-old girl named Lily has arrived for testing. Head physi...

  • LOOK HERE {KIM STANLEY} (TV)

    (November 17, 1957)

    One in this series of live public affairs programs in which correspondent Martin Agronsky interviews prominent people from all walks of life in order to produce a "personality portrait" of the guest. On this program, set on the deserted stage of the NBC s...

  • GO: BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE {BOB AND RAY} (TV)

    (November 03, 1973)

    One in this series of children's programs. This show profiles the Boy Scout Jamboree (East) in Moraine State Park, Pennsylvania, where 40,000 scouts are gathered. Hosts Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding comment on the gathering and various activities which in...

  • BRIGHTER DAY, THE {SEARCH FOR MR. GARRETT CONTINUES} (TV)

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    One in this daytime serial about the residents of the town of New Hope. In this episode, the Reverend Dennis arrives at Mike's drinking establishment, where he expects to find Mr. Garrett. However, the Reverend does not search thoroughly enough and fails...

  • CHINA BEACH: PROMISED LAND (TV)

    (April 10, 1989)

    One in this drama series set during the Vietnam War, which focuses on the lives of the women stationed at China Beach, a combined U.S. Armed Forces hospital and USO recreational facility located near the South China Sea. In this episode, Beckett is being s...

  • NBC MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES: AN EARLY FROST (TV)

    (November 11, 1985)

    In this made-for-television movie, a successful young lawyer, Michael Pierson, contracts AIDS and finds that he must finally confront his traditional family with his homosexual lifestyle. Michael returns home for his parents' thirtieth wedding anniversary....

  • METROLINE: AIDS CALL-IN (TV)

    (January 23, 1986)

    One in this series of public affairs programs which focus on issues of concern to New York City. In this edition, hosted by Michael Kramer, the following experts discuss issues related to AIDS: Dr. Mathilde Krim, chairperson of the AIDS Medical Foundatio...

  • METROLINE: LET'S TALK ABOUT RACISM (TV)

    (February 04, 1987)

    One in this series of public affairs programs which focus on issues of concern to New York City. In this program, host Mike Shuster interviews a panel of four concerning the New York judicial system and its racial tensions, and viewers pose their own ques...

  • NOVA: THE SHAPE OF THINGS (TV)

    (February 19, 1985)

    One in this series of science documentaries. This program examines the recurring shapes and patterns that exist in nature. Through the use of microscopic photography and computer graphics, the program demonstrates that most of the designs in nature are act...

  • ARTISTS AND MODELS: THE PASSING SHOW: JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID (TV)

    (1984)

    This documentary uses archival footage, extensive narration, and live-action reenactments of paintings in telling the life story of French neoclassicist painter Jacques-Louis David. After an opening in which a narrator reads enthusiastic quotes from Dider...

  • NOVA: THE MAKING OF A NATURAL HISTORY FILM {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (March 03, 1974)

    The premiere in this series of science documentaries. This program examines the challenges involved in the production of natural history films. To avoid problems, filmmakers must insure the cooperation of animals, the clarity of microscopic images, and the...

  • BARNABY JONES: DEADLINE FOR DYING (TV)

    (October 14, 1976)

    One in this detective drama series about the cases of the elderly and astute private investigator Barnaby Jones. News reporter Larry Christopher meets with Ben Ross, a member of the local land development committee, in the middle of the desert. Ross point...

  • APPOINTMENT WITH ADVENTURE: ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT (TV)

    (February 05, 1956)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series of adventures set in various American and international locales. In this program, a young model named Virginia Loomis receives an unexpected visit from her fugitive brother Danny, who is wanted for attempted armed...

  • ALL-NEW DR. RUTH SHOW, THE {DESMOND MORRIS} (TV)

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    A national version of this talk show series hosted by sex expert Dr. Ruth Westheimer. In this episode, Westheimer wonders what happens to one's body when sexually excited. Westheimer is joined by "sex signal" expert and zoologist Desmond Morris. Westhei...