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  • ROMPER ROOM (TV)

    (197x/xx/xx)

    One in this series of children's programs, featuring activities, songs, and educational clips for toddlers. First, from the Redwood Forest, Miss Sally speaks about trees and conservation with Do Bee. In the classroom, the children recite the Pledge of Alle...

  • STAGE 2: RODGERS AND HART REVISITED (TV)

    (March 25, 1964)

    One in this series of monthly specials showcasing the performing arts in New York. This installment is devoted to the celebration of a cluster of relatively unknown songs from the 1920s and 1930s by the songwriting team of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. ...

  • RENDEZVOUS DES CAJUNS {FEATURING DANNY SHUFF & THE MUDSLIDERS, BEAU THOMAS & ANN SAVOY, AND CAJUN TRADITION} {KOSOFSKY ETHNIC RADIO COLLECTION -- CAJUN FRENCH AND ENGLISH} (RADIO)

    (September 26, 1998)

    One in this weekly series broadcast live from the Liberty Theater in Eunice, Louisiana, which focuses on Cajun music and humor. The evening begins with a set played by Danny Shuff and the Mudsliders. Host Barry Ancelet, who compares accordionist Shuff to t...

  • PLAY'S THE THING, THE {KAUFMAN AND HART} (RADIO)

    (December 08, 1938)

    One in this weekly series in which playwrights George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart hole up in a New York hotel, trying to write a play but frustrated by the interruptions of pianist/bandleader Oscar Levant, Myrtle the hotel maid, and a variety of guests. This ...

  • CASES OF EDDIE DRAKE, THE: MURDER IN 3/4 {THREE-QUARTER} TIME (TV)

    (1952)

    One in this series of mystery dramas about New York-based private eye Eddie Drake. In this episode, Drake arrives in Dr. Gayle's office to share his latest unusual tale, explaining that an interior decorator by the name of Adrian Wynne hired him to retriev...

  • PERRY COMO SHOW, THE {NAT KING COLE, GISELLE MACKENZIE, GEORGE DEWITT} (TV)

    (November 03, 1956)

    One in this series of variety shows hosted by Perry Como. This edition features appearances by Nat "King" Cole, singer Giselle MacKenzie, comedian/impersonator and "Name That Tune" host George DeWitt, and ventriloquist Robert Lamouret. Highlights include...

  • STUDIO ONE: JUNE MOON (TV)

    (June 22, 1949)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series. This dramatic comedy tells the tale of Frederick Stevens, a young and naive lyricist who travels to New York in 1929 to make a name for himself by teaming up with the once popular tunesmith Paul Sears. On the tra...

  • TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON, THE {JACK PALANCE, NORM CROSBY, ROY CLARK, VONETTA MCGEE} (TV)

    (July 16, 1975)

    One in this series of late-night talk/variety programs hosted by Johnny Carson. Carson's guests for this program are musician Roy Clark, actor Jack Palance, comedian Norm Crosby, and actor Vonetta McGee. In his opening monologue, Carson touches on the fol...

  • CHICO AND THE MAN: A MATTER OF PRIVACY (TV)

    (November 04, 1977)

    One in this comedy series about a cantankerous garage owner and his wisecracking Chicano assistant. In this episode, Raul eagerly awaits the arrival of a secret package, and Ed is annoyed when he refuses to divulge its contents. Raul then eavesdrops on Ed'...

  • OFFICE, THE: CHRISTMAS WISHES (TV)

    (December 08, 2011)

    One in this "mockumentary" comedy series, based on the British series of the same name, about the oddball employees of the Dunder-Mifflin paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In this episode, Andy vows to grant all of the employees' holiday wishes, tho...

  • PETULA {THE GLASER FOUNDATION FIRST AMENDMENT COLLECTION} (TV)

    (April 02, 1968)

    This television special stars Petula Clark, with special guest Harry Belafonte. This program offers an almost continuous string of songs by Clark, most staged on elaborate, stylized sets, with similarly vivid costumes, numerous dancers, and backup singers....

  • RUSH LIMBAUGH SHOW, THE {GULF WAR RETROSPECTIVE} (RADIO)

    (January 16, 1992)

    One in this series of radio shows in which conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh expresses his opinions and takes listener phone calls. In this program, the self-styled "voice of reason" discusses the following topics: President George Bush's campaign tri...

  • MUSICALLY SPEAKING WITH MILDRED KAYDEN: TOM GLAZER (RADIO)

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    One in this series of talk shows that aired on WEVD in the 1950s and 1960s in which composer/librettist/Vassar music professor Mildred Kayden interviews renowned performing artists about their musical influences. In this program, Kayden talks with folk sin...

  • GREAT PERFORMANCES: THEATRE IN AMERICA: JUNE MOON (TV)

    (January 30, 1974)

    One in this series of dramatic arts programs presenting regional theater productions, under the umbrella of "Great Performances." This dramatic comedy tells the tale of Frederick Stevens, a young and naive lyricist who travels to New York in 1929 to make a...

  • MAVERICK: THE RIVALS (TV)

    (January 29, 1959)

    One in this series of offbeat western dramas about the Mavericks, gambling men who prefer playing poker to gunplay. In this episode, Bret meets the very wealthy John Vandergelt on a train to Denver, and the two make a wager that Vandergelt's well-known sur...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: A TRIBUTE TO RICHARD RODGERS: THE SOUND OF HIS MUSIC, PACKAGE 9: VICTORY AT SEA: BENEATH THE SOUTHERN CROSS; STAGE 2: RODGERS AND HART REVISITED; THE PERRY COMO SHOW

    (2002)

    Summing up Richard Rodgers's lasting popularity New York Times drama critic Brooks Atkinson wrote, "He is the greatest. And everyone knows it because his music is in the air every day of our lives." Having published his first song when he was only fiftee...

  • STEPHEN KING'S KINGDOM HOSPITAL: BLACK NOISE (TV)

    (April 15, 2004)

    The seventh in this thirteen-part miniseries, developed by Stephen King and based on Lars von Trier's "The Kingdom," about ghostly happenings experienced by staff and visitors at a hospital in Lewiston, Maine. This episode begins as a jury is assembled for...

  • REX TRAILER'S BOOMTOWN (TV)

    (June 18, 2005)

    This televised special celebrates the classic 1950s children's series "Boomtown" and its memorable star, Rex Trailer. The program begins as a number of fans, including celebrities like Jay Leno, Tom Bergeron and Mike O'Malley, share their fond memories of ...

  • MATLOCK: THE BLUES SINGER (TV)

    (May 09, 1989)

    One in this legal drama about Ben Matlock, an expert yet unconventional lawyer and his experiences both in and out of the courtroom. Terry Maslin, a successful rock and roll star, recognizes a street performer as blues singer Eddie "Cougar" Haynes, a ma...

  • CENTURY OF SOUL, A: INNOVATORS AND ARCHITECTS (RADIO)

    (2001/06/xx)

    One in a series of music specials commemorating 100 years of soul music in the United States. Hosted by Donny Simpson and featuring the music of black artists past and present, the specials encompass eight hours of rhythm-and-blues history and music. Thi...