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  • MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING SEMINAR SERIES, THE: AGNES NIXON SEMINAR, NO. 2: THE TELEVISION SOAP BEGINS TO CHANGE {SHORT VERSION}

    (January 27, 1988)

    One in this series of seminars conducted by The Museum of Television & Radio (known at that time as The Museum of Broadcasting). This seminar is one of four honoring Agnes Nixon, a leading innovator in daytime television who has brought social relevance an...

  • MERCURY THEATRE ON THE AIR: FIRST PERSON SINGULAR: THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO (RADIO)

    (August 29, 1938)

    One in this dramatic anthology series -- featuring adaptations of well-known novels, plays, and films -- produced, directed, written, hosted, and performed by Orson Welles, with the Mercury Theatre Company. The program is preceded by a news bulletin about ...

  • HUB CITY SPOKE REPAIR: THE MAJOR AND THE MAIDEN: A GOTHIC ROMANCE IN TWO EDITIONS {EPISODE#23} (RADIO)

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    One in this series of satirical comedy programs. This program is a Hubco Hall of Fame presentation of "The Maiden and the Major: A Gothic Romance In Two Editions." Parodying the cliched conventions of a Victorian novel, the program features the picaresq...

  • LUCKY STRIKE PROGRAM, THE {THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM} (RADIO)

    (January 02, 1948)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs starring Jack Benny. This program is Benny's first show for CBS in sixteen years. Nervous and worried about the CBS series, Benny travels to the studio with Rochester and Mary Livingstone. When Benny arrives...

  • LUCKY STRIKE PROGRAM, THE {THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM} (RADIO)

    (February 10, 1946)

    One in this comedy/variety series hosted by Jack Benny. Highlights of this program include the following segments: Jack Benny and Don Wilson discuss the weather in Palm Springs; Jack explains why the sun sets early in Palm Springs; Mary Livingstone detail...

  • DANCING AT THE HARVEST MOON (TV)

    (October 20, 2002)

    This made-for-television drama film, based on the novel by K.C. McKinnon, follows a poetry professor's journey of self-discovery after a personal upheaval. The story begins as Maggie Webber attends her friend Fran's bridal shower and chats with her daughte...

  • JUDGING AMY: THE WEE HOURS (TV)

    (February 22, 2000)

    One in this drama series about Amy Gray, a single mother who moves back home with her mother to take a job as a superior court judge in Hartford, Connecticut. In this episode, Amy sleeps badly and experiences strange dreams about her disputes with her ex-h...

  • MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION: A CLEAN ESCAPE {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (August 04, 2007)

    One in this science-fiction anthology series hosted by Professor Stephen Hawking. Some time in the future, psychiatrist Dr. Deanna Evans discovers that she has advanced cancer, leaving her with only a few months to live. She contemplates suicide, but inst...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO, THE: 2005 TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL: THE LAST MOGUL: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LEW WASSERMAN {LONG VERSION}

    (April 13, 2005)

    One in this series of seminars conducted by The Paley Center for Media (known at the time as The Museum of Television & Radio) as part of the 2005 Television Documentary Festival. Held in New York, this seminar examines "The Last Mogul: The Life and Times ...

  • PLAGUES AND PLEASURES ON THE SALTON SEA (MOTION PICTURE)

    (2005)

    This documentary feature profiles the unique circumstances and community surrounding a manmade lake in Southern California. The program begins as the residents of Salton Sea, located in the desert south of Palm Springs, explain that the former "French Rivi...

  • TALES OF THE TEXAS RANGERS: URANIUM PETE (TV)

    (October 01, 1955)

    One in this Western series based on the radio drama of the same name about the adventures of Texas Rangers Jace Pearson and Clay Morgan. In this episode, failed prospector Pete Cooper ambles into the bank in Uranium City and flirts with the teller, Sara, t...

  • WINS: THE JACK LACY SHOW (RADIO)

    (1957)

    One in a series of tapes featuring the radio shows, promos, newscasts, and jingles of WABC and other similar stations during the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. This portion, "The Jack Lacy Show," begins with an introduction; Malcolm Dodds sings "This Is Real"; WINS ...

  • OFFICIAL DETECTIVE: THE JORDAN CASE (RADIO)

    (October 06, 1955)

    One in a series of programs dealing with the adventures of Detective Lieutenant Dan Britt and the many murders and crimes that he is called on to solve. In this program, Britt introduces "The Jordan Case," the story of an estranged wife who kills her husba...

  • RUDY VALLEE PROGRAM, THE (RADIO)

    (January 16, 1941)

    One in this series of comedy variety programs hosted by Rudy Vallee. As Vallee introduces the show, series regular John Barrymore interrupts to argue comically that he, not special guest Orson Welles, should star in the show's comedy sketch, a spoof of hor...

  • JELL-O PROGRAM, THE (RADIO)

    (November 15, 1936)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs starring Jack Benny. This program begins with a recreation of the conclusion from the previous week's program. Cast members discuss their experiences from school days and remark on Kenny Baker first anniversa...

  • JELL-O PROGRAM, THE (RADIO)

    (December 11, 1938)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs starring Jack Benny. Highlights of this program include the following: Benny and Don Wilson discuss the fact that Benny has no overcoat; Wilson and Benny talk about the orchestra, which they have borrowed fro...

  • JELL-O PROGRAM, THE {EXCERPT} (RADIO)

    (May 31, 1942)

    This excerpt contains half of the final "Jack Benny Program" sponsored by Jell-O. Don Wilson recalls some of the highlights of their eight years with Jell-O including the following segments: Jack Benny's first encounter with Rochester; Jack portraying Sh...

  • JELL-O PROGRAM, THE (RADIO)

    (March 27, 1938)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs starring Jack Benny. This program was broadcast from New York's Radio City Music Hall. Highlights include the following: Benny jokes with announcer Harry Von Zell, who is substituting for Don Wilson; Robert ...

  • BOB HOPE SHOW, THE (RADIO)

    (November 09, 1948)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs hosted by Bob Hope. Highlights of this broadcast include the following: Hope jokes about Harry S. Truman's surprise defeat of Thomas E. Dewey the previous week; Doris Day sings "Ev'ry Day I Love You Just a Li...

  • LIFE OF RILEY, THE (RADIO)

    (January 21, 1949)

    One in this series of comedies about blue-collar worker Chester A. Riley and his life at home and at the workplace. In this episode, Riley and his wife, Peg, prepare to celebrate an anniversary. Riley is thinking about celebrating his tenth year at the w...