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  • GIRL FROM TOMORROW, THE {EPISODE 2} (TV)

    (1990)

    The second episode in this children's fantasy/science fiction series from Australia about the adventures of a teenage girl named Alana. After a time bandit abducts Alana from her peaceful society in the year 3000, she must fend for herself in the year 199...

  • SISTER PARROT STORYTIME: THE STORY OF THE COWHERD AND WEAVING MAID STAR (TV)

    (1994)

    One in this series of children's programs from Taiwan, narrated by a talking parrot. This mythological tale tells the story of Cowherd, a young farmer who wishes to go to the Silver River, which divides the land of the mortals from the land of the gods an...

  • TWILIGHT ZONE, THE: WHERE IS EVERYBODY? {SPONSOR'S VERSION} (TV)

    (1959)

    The "sponsor's version" of the premiere episode of this science fiction/fantasy anthology series created by Rod Serling. This version was shown to prospective advertisers several months before the premiere of the program. Speaking to the camera, Serling ma...

  • STANLEY {STANLEY'S WARDROBE CHANGE} (TV)

    (October 29, 1956)

    One in this live comedy series about the adventures of Stanley Peck, manager of the lobby newsstand and ticket agency in the New York Sussex-Fenton Hotel. In this episode, Stanley becames class-conscious when he realizes that he is not afforded the same d...

  • FAMILY TIES: THE WAY WE WERE (TV)

    (November 08, 1987)

    One in this comedy series about the Keaton family -- Elyse and Steven, two aging ex-hippies, and their conservative, materialistic children. In this episode, the Keatons get an unexpected visitor, Aunt Rosemary, who claims to have written the family a lett...

  • MASTERPIECE THEATRE: SUMMER'S LEASE {EPISODE 4}: THE URBINO TRAIL (TV)

    (June 02, 1991)

    One in this ongoing series of dramas presented under the title of "Masterpiece Theatre," hosted by Alistair Cooke. In part four of this four-part series, Chrissie Kettering, her friends, and Molly's daughters play charades with Molly, Hugh, and Haverford. ...

  • ST. ELSEWHERE: HAUNTED (TV)

    (October 23, 1985)

    One in this medical drama series set in St. Eligius hospital in Boston. In this episode, the staff is shaken to the core when Steven and Yvonne Craig are rushed to the emergency room in critical condition after a car accident. Dr. Chandler tries desperatel...

  • M*A*S*H {MASH}: GOODBYE, RADAR {PART 1 OF 2} (TV)

    (October 08, 1979)

    Part one of two. One in this series of comedy programs about the men and women of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (M*A*S*H), stationed behind the lines during the Korean War. In this episode, the members of the 4077th are overjoyed to see Radar re...

  • M*A*S*H {MASH}: FOLLIES OF THE LIVING -- CONCERNS OF THE DEAD (TV)

    (January 04, 1982)

    One in this series of comedy programs about the men and women of the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (M*A*S*H) stationed behind the lines during the Korean War. In this episode, Klinger develops a high fever from a mysterious illness, enabling him to ...

  • MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD: MISTER ROGERS TALKS ABOUT NIGHTTIME {MISTER ROGERS VISITS RUSSIA} (TV)

    (March 08, 1988)

    One in this series of programs for young children, hosted by Fred Rogers, which uses puppets and music to teach patience and cooperation, while providing guidance to help children cope with feelings and frustrations. In this program, Mister Rogers travels ...

  • UNTOUCHABLES, THE: THE RUSTY HELLER STORY (TV)

    (October 13, 1960)

    One in this series of dramas based on the cases of federal agent Eliot Ness and his team of investigators as they battle corruption during the Prohibition era. In this episode, as Al Capone's empire shows signs of collapsing, a young, beautiful, ambitious ...

  • SEINFELD: THE TRIP (PART 1) {FOURTH SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (August 12, 1992)

    Part one of a two-part season premiere in this comedy series set in New York City in which comedian Jerry Seinfeld plays himself. Humorous situations in his personal life are interspersed with brief stand-up comedy routines. In this episode, Jerry and Geor...

  • BATMAN: THE BIRD'S LAST JEST (TV)

    (December 08, 1966)

    One in this series of comedy adventure programs about Batman, a crimefighting superhero, and his youthful sidekick Robin. In part two of this two-part episode, after a brief review of part one, "The Penguin's Nest" (cataloged as T:35972), the dynamic duo a...

  • OPEN MIND, THE: MADISON AVENUE AND THE ETHICS OF POLITICS {JOCK ELLIOTT AND JOHN E. O'TOOLE} (TV)

    (September 15, 1984)

    One in this series of interview programs hosted by Richard D. Heffner. On this program, Heffner's guests are advertising executives Jock Elliott, the chairman emeritus of Ogilvy & Mather, and John E. O'Toole, the chairman of the board of Foote, Cone & Bel...

  • BOSOM BUDDIES: PILOT {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (November 27, 1980)

    The premiere of this situation comedy series about two men who dress in drag so they can live at the inexpensive Susan B. Anthony Hotel -- a residence for women. In the debut, Kip Wilson and Henry Desmond -- an artist and a writer who work at an advertisin...

  • OPEN MIND: A VIEW FROM ABROAD {FLORA LEWIS} (TV)

    (August 09, 1984)

    The first of two programs on this tape. One in this series of interview programs hosted by Richard D. Heffner. On this program, Heffner's guest is New York Times Foreign Affairs columnist Flora Lewis. Topics discussed by Lewis include: the vocabulary neede...

  • JONATHAN WINTERS SHOW, THE {PEGGY LEE, LOUIS NYE, OSCAR PETERSON} (TV)

    (April 03, 1968)

    One in this series of comedy shows hosted by Jonathan Winters. Highlights of this program include the following: on "Face the Folks," Dick Curtis interviews Winters, who portrays Grannie Maude Frickert; Peggy Lee sings "Lonesome Road" and "The More I See...

  • OPEN MIND, THE: HISTORY AS AN ACT OF FAITH, PT. 2 {SIMON SCHAMA} (TV)

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    One in this series of interview programs hosted by Richard D. Heffner. On this program, part two of two, Heffner's guest is Harvard University Professor of History Simon Schama. Topics discussed include the following: what Schama believes to be the esse...

  • OPEN MIND: . . . EQUALITY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL . . . {KENNETH B. CLARK} (TV)

    (September 27, 1987)

    One in this series of interview programs hosted by Richard D. Heffner. This episode features a conversation with psychologist Kenneth B. Clark concerning the legacy of his research, which was instrumental in the 1954 Supreme Court ruling on Brown vs. the B...

  • GRACE UNDER FIRE: MOTHER & SON & FATHER REUNION (TV)

    (May 03, 1995)

    One in this comedy series about Grace Kelly, a Southern woman in her thirties struggling to support her three children by herself after her divorce from an alcoholic, abusive husband. In this episode, Grace finds Matthew's biological father, a professor na...