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  • TV GUIDE AWARD SHOW (TV)

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    This special program, hosted by Robert Young, features a celebration of the first full decade of television, including comedy skits and a presentation of the first TV Guide Awards, as voted by the public. Young comments on the advent of television and stop...

  • TRANS LIST, THE (TV)

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    This documentary film features interviews with eleven notable transgender or non-binary Americans. Author and interviewer Janet Mock introduces the film by commenting on how society has, in many ways, "outgrown categories" of sex and gender, but still has ...

  • EMMY AWARDS, THE 37TH ANNUAL (TV)

    (September 22, 1985)

    The thirty-seventh annual Emmy Awards for excellence in television, presented live from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California. Presenters include John Forsythe, Joan Collins, David Hasselhoff, Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis, Tony Danza, Charlotte Rae,...

  • 20TH CENTURY HOUR: THE OX-BOW INCIDENT (TV)

    (November 02, 1955)

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  • COUSTEAU'S REDISCOVERY OF THE WORLD: HAITI: WATERS OF SORROW (TV)

    (April 21, 1986)

    One in this irregularly scheduled documentary series that follows the marine explorations of Jacques Cousteau and the crew of the Calypso. In this program, the team travels to Haiti and docks in Port-au-Prince, where Jacques observes the island from the ai...

  • PERRY MASON: HERBERT NELSON SCREEN TEST (TV)

    (May 24, 1956)

    Herbert Nelson's screen test for the role of Perry Mason in the "Perry Mason" show which premiered on September 21, 1957. The Mason character was created by Erle Stanley Gardner. Raymond Burr was Mason in the actual series. Gaps occur between test sequence...

  • PLAYHOUSE 90: THE INNOCENT SLEEP (TV)

    (June 05, 1958)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. This drama stars Hope Lange as Alex Winter, the young bride of a very rich invalid many years her senior. Loving and cheerful, Alex has had a very positive effect on her adoring husband -- Clyde Winter -- whose illnes...

  • TOURNAMENT OF ROSES PARADE, 81ST ANNUAL {PT. 1 ONLY} (TV)

    (January 01, 1970)

    Part one of live coverage of the 81st Tournament of Roses parade from Pasadena, Calif. Highlights of this portion include footage of the following former grand marshals of the parade: Richard M. Nixon in 1960; Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1964; Arnold Palmer in...

  • DRAGNET {ORIGINAL SERIES}: THE HUMAN BOMB {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (December 16, 1951)

    The pilot episode of this series of police dramas. Sgt. Joe Friday narrates and describes this case from the log of the Los Angeles Police Department. Responding to an emergency call, Friday and Romero go to City Hall where a man threatens to explode a bom...

  • CALENDAR {TELSTAR SATELLITE} (TV)

    (July 10, 1962)

    This program includes segments on Eric Space, the world's youngest mink rancher; naturalist Ivan Sanderson; and the launching of the Telstar satellite, featuring an interview with NASA project director Eugene O'Neill. Includes a promo for the Miss Univer...

  • IRONSIDE: NO GAME FOR AMATEURS (TV)

    (September 24, 1970)

    One in this series about Robert Ironside, a former police chief paralyzed from the waist down by a would-be assassin's bullet. Ironside emerges from an important grand jury trial revolving around Arnie Lane, a prominent mob boss in San Francisco. His pres...

  • FORD THEATRE: THE FUGITIVES (TV)

    (January 07, 1954)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. In this story, veteran Daily Sentinel crime reporter Steve McCoy risks his life to interview fugitive Red Lefwick, who has barricaded himself in a boarding house with two hostages. McCoy knows Lefwick well, having hel...

  • PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE FLIGHTY FATHER (TV)

    (June 11, 1960)

    One in this series of dramas about the cases of trial attorney Perry Mason, who proves his clients' innocence by solving the crimes himself. In this episode, heiress Trudy Holbrook is distraught when two men claim to be her father. Jay Holbrook's true id...

  • IRONSIDE: I, THE PEOPLE (TV)

    (October 31, 1968)

    One in this series about Robert Ironside, a former police chief paralyzed from the waist down by a would-be assassin's bullet. Ross Howard, host of a politically-charged late-night talk show, has recently been receiving death threats, and Commissioner Ran...

  • IT TAKES A THIEF: A THIEF IS A THIEF {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (January 09, 1968)

    The first in this series of dramas in which professional thief Alexander Mundy gives his talents to the S.I.A. (a spy agency), in exchange for a pardon from prison. In this episode, Mundy, in pursuit of a dispatch case containing dossiers that might expose...

  • PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE RESTLESS REDHEAD {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 21, 1957)

    The premiere of this series of dramas about the cases of trial attorney Perry Mason, who proves his clients' innocence by solving the crimes himself. In this episode, Mason is called upon to solve the murder of Harry Merrill by his client, Evelyn Bagby, wh...

  • IRONSIDE: DEAR FRAN . . . (TV)

    (November 09, 1971)

    One in this series about Robert Ironside, a former police chief paralyzed from the waist down by a would-be assassin's bullet. Ironside informs Fran that apparently her cousin, Robert "Bobby" Adams, has committed suicide by jumping off of the Golden Gat...

  • PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE PETULANT PARTNER (TV)

    (April 25, 1959)

    One in this series of dramas about the cases of trial attorney Perry Mason, who proves his clients' innocence by solving the crimes himself. In this episode, client Harry Bright is accused of murdering his partner's wife Margaret. The real murderer is reve...

  • PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE LONG-LEGGED MODEL (TV)

    (May 17, 1958)

    One in this series of dramas about the cases of trial attorney Perry Mason, who proves his clients' innocence by solving the crimes himself. In this episode, client Stephanie Falkner is suspected of killing her father's murderer. Mason accidentally places ...

  • PERRY MASON: THE CASE OF THE DEADLY VERDICT (TV)

    (October 03, 1963)

    One in this series of dramas about the cases of trial attorney Perry Mason, who proves his clients' innocence by solving the crimes himself. In this episode, Janice Barton withholds evidence that could save her. Mason loses the case and Barton is sentenced...