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  • BUSTER KEATON SHOW, THE: THE GYMNASIUM STORY (TV)

    (1950)

    One in the comedy series starring silent film star Buster Keaton. In this program, Keaton portrays an uncoordinated boxer whose manager, Sharkey, has arranged for him to train at the best gym in town and spar with an ex-contender named Rocky. Sharkey exp...

  • VH1 STAND UP SPOTLIGHT (TV)

    (December 30, 1989)

    One in this series, hosted by Rosie O'Donnell, that spotlights three stand-up comedians: Dwayne Cunningham, Will Miller, and Lenny Clarke. Cunningham discusses the following topics: getting frisked before attending a concert, being able to snuggle in be...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO'S 9TH ANNUAL TELEVISION FESTIVAL IN LOS ANGELES, THE: CIVIL WARS: DIRTY POOL

    ()

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Museum of Television & Radio's 9th Annual Television Festival in Los Angeles. Presented with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, an...

  • CURSE OF MR. BEAN, THE (TV)

    (December 30, 1990)

    One in this comedy series starring Rowan Atkinson as Mr. Bean, a timid, Chaplinesque man who rarely speaks but is frequently mired in tomfoolery. In this episode, Mr. Bean goes to the local swimming pool, where he has a variety of mishaps, including lost ...

  • CHEEKY & CLYDE (TV)

    (1991)

    One in this English version of the colorful, 3-D computer animation series from France, about journalist Clyde the wolf and his human friend, Cheeky, who appears every time Clyde says the word "food" twice. In this episode, when Clyde is unable to find an...

  • FRIDA KAHLO AND TINA MODOTTI (TV)

    (1983)

    This documentary profiles and compares the life, art, and stylistic choices of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and photographer Tina Modotti. The program examines how the two women, who lived and worked in Mexico during the period of the Mexican Renaissance, ...

  • FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK {PROGRAM 156}: GROMYKO MEETS THE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES {GUEST, AMBASSADOR ARTHUR A. HARTMAN} (TV)

    (September 23, 1984)

    One in this series of interview programs, hosted by Richard Heffner, which analyzes world events through the observations of newspaper editors. In this program, Arthur A. Hartman, U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union, offers insight into diplomatic relation...

  • FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK {PROGRAM 021}: NEW FEDERALISM AND THE CITIES {GUEST, ED KOCH} (TV)

    (February 21, 1982)

    One in this series of interview programs, hosted by Richard Heffner, which analyzes world events through the observations of newspaper editors. In this program, David Lawrence, executive editor for the Detroit Free Press, and William Rusher, publisher of ...

  • FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK {RABBI MEIR KAHANE} (TV)

    (April 13, 1986)

    One in this series of interview programs, hosted by Richard Heffner, which analyzes world events through the observations of newspaper editors. Heffner presides over a panel which includes journalists Michael Levitas of the New York Times, Midge Decter of ...

  • FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK: THE FATE OF THE PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM {ALBERT SHANKER} (TV)

    (September 04, 1983)

    One in this series of interview programs, hosted by Richard Heffner, which analyzes world events through the observations of newspaper editors. In this program, Fred M. Hechinger, education columnist of the New York Times, and Lewis H. Lapham, editor of H...

  • FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK {PROGRAM 094}: NEW TURN IN U.S. AND SOVIET RELATIONS {KENNETH DAM} (TV)

    (July 17, 1983)

    One in this series of interview programs, hosted by Richard D. Heffner, which analyzes world events through the observations of newspaper editors. In this program, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Kenneth W. Dam answers questions about various U.S. State Dep...

  • FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK: U.S.-SOVIET RELATIONS {DONALD RUMSFELD} (TV)

    (August 22, 1982)

    One in this series of interview programs, hosted by Richard Heffner, which analyzes world events through the observations of newspaper editors. In this program, Donald Rumsfeld, the former U.S. ambassador to NATO and former Secretary of Defense for the Fo...

  • CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING, PT. 1 {ROBERT SHAW} (TV)

    (June 05, 1988)

    Part one of two. One in this series of Sunday morning programs mixing news, human interest stories, and the gentle observations of anchor Charles Kuralt. In this program, guest hosted by Harry Smith, the segment "His Sound, His Way" profiles American con...

  • BRIAN BOITANO'S CANVAS OF ICE (TV)

    (December 19, 1988)

    In this special, 1988 Olympic gold medalist Brian Boitano offers insight into the life of a skater with assistance from his friend and Olympic counterpart Katarina Witt. First, Boitano visits a skating rink in Toronto where he instills confidence in Jessic...

  • LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN {DEBRA WINGER, SOUL ASYLUM, REGIS PHILBIN} (TV)

    (September 03, 1993)

    One in this series of late-night talk shows hosted by David Letterman. This program features actress Debra Winger and alternative-rock group Soul Asylum. After his opening monologue, Letterman presents a remote segment in which he drives around in a rental...

  • LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN {DAN RATHER, PENELOPE ANN MILLER, GIN BLOSSOMS} (TV)

    (October 20, 1993)

    One in this series of late-night talk shows hosted by David Letterman. This program features news anchor Dan Rather, actress Penelope Ann Miller, and the music group Gin Blossoms. After his opening monologue, Letterman announces that tonight is "False Alar...

  • LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN {CHEVY CHASE, HALLE BERRY, GEORGE MILLER, DOC SEVERINSEN} (TV)

    (January 14, 1994)

    One in this series of late-night talk shows hosted by David Letterman. This program features actor/comedian Chevy Chase, comedian George Miller, actress Halle Berry, and bandleader Doc Severinsen, who is sitting in with the CBS Orchestra. After his monolog...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: ROSELAND (TV)

    (1991)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This installment features a collection of elaborately staged and filmed modern-dance routines by the avant-garde dance troupe U...

  • SIYABONGA, EPISODE 4: RHINOCERI (TV)

    (1992)

    One in this series of children's programs from South Africa about a boy named Siyabonga who visits, talks with, and learns about wild animals using the magical transport powers that his grandfather has taught him. (Siyabonga interacts with real animals wh...

  • SIYABONGA, EPISODE 2: BABOONS (TV)

    (1992)

    One in this series of children's programs from South Africa about a boy named Siyabonga who visits, talks with, and learns about wild animals using the magical transport powers that his grandfather has taught him. (Siyabonga interacts with real animals wh...