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  • TO SAY THE LEAST (TV)

    (March 15, 1978)

    One in this series of game shows. Ubiquitous quizmaster Tom Kennedy hosts this program, which features two three-member teams (a contestant and two celebrities) in a battle of the sexes to guess the answers to word puzzles after most of the clue words have...

  • MUTUAL OF NEW YORK: WAITRESS {ART DIRECTORS CLUB, 1977: 56TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION, REEL 3}

    (1976)

    In this commercial for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, a woman who works as a waitress in a diner explains that when her husband got a new job several years ago, he received a benefits package that included life insurance. He always used to ...

  • GIRLFRIENDS {UNAIRED PILOT} (TV)

    (2000)

    The unaired pilot of this comedy series about a young lawyer and her tight-knit circle of friends. Joan Clayton, a young successful lawyer, is celebrating her birthday, but receives news that her date has gotten back together with his ex-girlfriend, meani...

  • U.S. NAVY: WHO ARE THE DOERS? {BBDO COMPILATION REEL}

    (1996)

    In this recruitment commercial for the U.S. Navy, a female officer explains that "the doers," people who do something with their lives, are hidden all over the country in small towns as well as big cities. "Some have the most stuff, some have the least," ...

  • MILLER LITE {DICK BUTKUS AND BUBBA SMITH} {THE BEST OF THE 1980S}

    (1983)

    In this commercial for Miller Lite, former football stars Dick Butkus and Bubba Smith are shown entering a tavern in evening dress. "Trying to get cultured isn't easy," Butkus explains. "We just went to the opera and we didn't understand a word." He goes o...

  • WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY, THE: DINOTOPIA {PART 3 OF 3} (TV)

    (May 14, 2002)

    One of this series of Disney movies presented under the umbrella title "The Wonderful World of Disney." Part three in this three-part miniseries, based on the children's books series by James Gurney, about a utopian world where humans and dinosaurs co-exis...

  • VIRGINIA GRAHAM'S FAMOUS FACES {PILOT} (TV)

    (October 29, 1975)

    The pilot for this talk show in which mistress of chat Virginia Graham interviews the well-known. In this installment, Graham welcomes the singing and comedy trio the Hudson Brothers to the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas. First, Graham asks the three twent...

  • HEALTH CARE FROM HBA OF AUSTRALIA: PUNCH & JUDY {YOUNG & RUBICAM: INTERNATIONAL}

    (1979)

    In this public service announcement for HBA, a group of children are shown watching a Punch and Judy puppet show. Although the children are amused at first, they get frightened when the puppets have a violent argument because their baby won't stop crying....

  • BAND OF BROTHERS: BREAKING POINT, THE (TV)

    (October 14, 2001)

    Part seven in this ten-part miniseries based on the experiences of Easy Company, the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, United States Army 101st Airborne Division, during World War II, and featuring commentary from Easy Company veterans preceding each epis...

  • ABC MONDAY NIGHT MOVIE: THE BOYS (TV)

    (April 15, 1991)

    This made-for-television production is about a screenwriter diagnosed with lung cancer and his chain-smoking writing partner and best friend. The program begins by showing how Walter Farmer is a health freak, eating right, exercising, and taking care of hi...

  • NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION: KIDNEY MACHINE/KID {ART DIRECTORS CLUB, 1973: 52ND ANNUAL EXHIBITION}

    (1972)

    In this donation appeal for the National Kidney Foundation, a physician explains to a young couple that their son Jack's kidney disease can be treated, but that the treatment is very expensive and the kidney program is terribly short of funding. He goes o...

  • RHODA: THE PARTY (TV)

    (October 06, 1975)

    One in this series of comedies about Rhoda Morgenstern, a strong-willed woman trying to cope with the problems of career, romance, and family in Manhattan in the 1970s. In this episode, Joe and Rhoda prepare to throw a party for their friends, though Joe i...

  • SIX FEET UNDER: IT'S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR (TV)

    (April 21, 2002)

    One in this series about the Fisher clan, a loving -- if dysfunctional -- family struggling to maintain a sense of normalcy in the face of the stressful day-to-day operations of the eccentric family business, a funeral home in Los Angeles. In this episode,...

  • HAPPY DAYS: OUR GANG (TV)

    (February 21, 1978)

    One in the series of comedies about life in the 1950s. In this episode, the high school kids prepare for a big pep rally as Al leads the cheers at Arnold's. There, Richie is angered to see Chachi wearing a Lords gang jacket. Chachi thinks it is acceptable ...

  • DARK ANGEL: COLD COMFORT (TV)

    (November 28, 2000)

    One in this series about Max, a genetically engineered soldier prototype; Logan, an underground cyber-journalist; and their struggles to uncover Max's mysterious past and bring justice to the post-apocalyptic world of 2019. In this episode, one of Max's si...

  • YANGNIU ZAI BEIJING {FOREIGN BABES IN BEIJING} {PT. 3 OF 20} {MANDARIN CHINESE} (TV)

    (1996)

    One in this dramatic series chronicling the love affairs of two American girls living in Beijing who become involved with the inhabitants of a traditional Chinese courtyard. In this episode, pedicab driver Qingzi tries unsuccessfully to stop Robert, who h...

  • FIRING LINE: PULL OUT OF NATO? (TV)

    (1987)

    One in this talk/interview series hosted by William F. Buckley, Jr. In this episode, Buckley is joined by Melvyn Krauss and Lawrence Eagleburger for a discussion on NATO and Western Europe. First, Buckley introduces his guests. Krauss is a professor of ...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO, THE: WILLIAM S. PALEY TELEVISION FESTIVAL 1999: NEWSRADIO {LONG VERSION}

    (March 15, 1999)

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Museum of Television & Radio's William S. Paley Television Festival in Los Angeles. Held this year at the Directors Guild of America Theatre Complex, the festival celebrates the ex...

  • NURSES, THE {THE DOCTORS AND THE NURSES}: A QUESTION OF MERCY (TV)

    (March 21, 1963)

    One in this medical drama series about the lives of the nurses at Alden Hospital. Dr. Adam Courtlandt, a physician at Alden in the late stages of cancer, passes away one night while watched over by nurse Rhoda Green. However, there is evidence that Rhod...

  • KRAFT TELEVISION THEATRE: THE FOOL KILLER (TV)

    (March 07, 1956)

    One in this series of dramas presented by Kraft. During the post-Civil War period a young boy, George Mellish, sneaks back into his house after staying out late, but his foster mother catches him and chastises the frightened youth. She warns him that if h...