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  • MURPHY BROWN: WHEN ONE DOORS CLOSES ... {NINTH SEASON FINALE} (TV)

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  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: SARAH, PLAIN AND TALL (TV)

    (February 03, 1991)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Hallmark. Based on the book by Patricia MacLachlan, this drama concerns the romance between a woman from Maine and the Kansas farmer who seeks a maternal figure for his family. In 1910, independent New Englander ...

  • MONITOR RADIO: WEEKEND EDITION: U.S. ELECTIONS (RADIO)

    (November 11, 1988)

    One in this series of news, culture and human interest magazine progams. The opening segment concentrates on President-Elect George Bush's transition to the office of president. David Brown reports from Washington D.C. on Bush's efforts to form a new go...

  • OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES, THE XVII {1994 LILLEHAMMER OLYMPICS}: DAY 3 {PART 3 OF 5} (TV)

    (February 14, 1994)

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 1994 XVII Olympic Winter Games from Lillehammer. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Pat O?Brien presides throughout this portion ...

  • PARTY FOR RICHARD PRYOR, A (TV)

    (November 23, 1991)

    A television special honoring Richard Pryor hosted by Eddie Murphy, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly, California. Highlights include: a performance of ?Move On? and ?Sex Machine? by James Brown and Murphy; a video presentation detaili...

  • ABC EVENING NEWS: ELVIS PRESLEY FUNERAL (TV)

    (August 18, 1977)

    One in this series of news programs. This program, co-anchored by Harry Reasoner and Howard K. Smith, focuses on the following topics: the investigation into the finances of O.M.B. director Burt Lance; Hubert Humphrey's health; Elvis Presley's funeral; t...

  • 60 MINUTES: 25 YEARS (TV)

    (November 14, 1993)

    One in this series of news magazine programs. This installment, hosted by Charles Kuralt, is a celebration of the silver anniversary of the series, including profiles of the major reporters who have worked on the show, story updates, and reactions from cel...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: SHADOW OF A DOUBT (TV)

    (April 28, 1991)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Hallmark. In this drama set in 1953, based on the Alfred Hitchcock film of the same title, young Charlie Newton suspects that her beloved uncle and namesake is a murderer. Bored by life in a small town, Charlie's s...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: CAROLINE? (TV)

    (April 29, 1990)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Hallmark. In this drama, a rich socialite couple named Paul and Grace Carmichael, their son, Winston, and mentally handicapped daughter, Heidi, live a sheltered life in the family mansion. A mysterious girl appears...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: ONE AGAINST THE WIND (TV)

    (December 01, 1991)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Hallmark. This fact-based story concerns Mary Lindell (Judy Davis), an Englishwoman who risks her life to help an Allied soldier, Capt. James Leggatt (Sam Neill), escape from Nazi-occupied France. After nursing him...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE (TV)

    (December 04, 1994)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Hallmark. In this program, young Eustacia Vye finds herself deploring the narrow-minded and superstitious residents of the village of Egdon Heath, where she lives with her grandfather. The strikingly beautiful Eust...

  • CBS THIS MORNING {PAULA ZAHN'S FIRST DAY; JIMMY CARTER INTERVIEW} {SEGMENT} (TV)

    (February 26, 1990)

    A segment from this series of morning programs, hosted by Paula Zahn and Harry Smith, featuring interviews, special features, and news. This is the first hour of a two-hour program. Today marks Zahn's first day on the job. The program begins with a news...

  • GREAT PERFORMANCES: SOME ENCHANTED EVENING: CELEBRATING OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II (TV)

    (March 13, 1995)

    One in this series on the performing arts, presented under the umbrella title of "Great Performances." In a tribute to lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II, host Julie Andrews introduces celebrities as they perform Hammerstein's material. The program, taped befor...

  • TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS: EPISODE 2 (TV)

    (1971)

    One in this series of dramas. In this episode, Tom's parents learn of his innocence in the encounter with Sir Richard and apologize to him. Tom enters the Rugby School, where he is befriended by Ned East and harassed by Flashman, Sir Richard's son. (Orig...

  • TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS: EPISODE 1 (TV)

    (November 14, 1971)

    One in this series of dramas. Episode one opens with Tom's unexpected return home from boarding school, due to the 1828 outbreak of scarlet fever. The thirteen-year-old Tom has an unpleasant encounter with a wealthy baron, Sir Richard, and is unjustly puni...

  • TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS: EPISODE 6 (TV)

    (1971)

    One in this series of dramas. In this episode, the boys return from their Christmas holiday. Dr. Arnold institutes new reforms and new courses. Flashman and his friends torture Tom by "roasting" in an attempt to get him to relinquish a lottery ticket. (O...

  • TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS: EPISODE 7 (TV)

    (1971)

    One in this series of dramas. In this episode, Tom is framed and unjustly accused of poaching. Dr. Arnold makes an example of Tom and punishes him in front of the student body. (Originally aired in five parts on the BBC in 1971 and on PBS in 1973.)...

  • KENNEDY CENTER HONORS 2000 {HONOREES: MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV, CHUCK BERRY, PLACIDO DOMINGO, CLINT EASTWOOD, ANGELA LANSBURY} (TV)

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    This program features the twenty-third annual special presentation of Kennedy Center honors for the performing arts held in Washington, D.C. Recipients of this year's honors are actress Angela Lansbury, actor/director Clint Eastwood, opera singer Placido D...

  • GREAT STAND-UPS, THE: SIXTY YEARS OF LAUGHTER (TV)

    (February 11, 1984)

    This program, narrated by Carl Reiner, shows clips of performances given by various comedians over a sixty-year period. Highlights of the program include the following: Rodney Dangerfield discusses his wife; George Burns and Gracie Allen have fun with phot...

  • CELEBRATE THE DREAM: FIFTY YEARS OF EBONY (TV)

    (November 28, 1996)

    This special program celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of Ebony magazine, a publication dedicated to the African-American community. Host Oprah Winfrey and other celebrities review fifty years of American history, as depicted in Ebony magazine, through f...