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  • DIRECTIONS: EL GRECO (TV)

    (April 05, 1970)

    One in this series of topical programs focusing on the impact of current events on religious life. This program focuses on the Spanish painter El Greco (1541-1614). Highlights include the recent rediscovery of El Greco's work and what critics have said abo...

  • CAMERA THREE: THE FAMILY: SCENES FROM BRITISH WORKING CLASS LIFE, PT. 2 (TV)

    (September 29, 1974)

    Continues from T83:0507. One in this series of programs on the performing and visual arts. Part two of this two-part documentary focusing on the making of the BBC 12-part documentary "The Family," which followed the daily lives of a British working class f...

  • STUDIO ONE: DINO (TV)

    (January 02, 1956)

    One in this live dramatic anthology series. In this social drama, which explores juvenile delinquency as a consequence of parental neglect and abuse, teenager Dino Manetta, who has just spent four years in reform school for participating in a murder during...

  • CHEVY SHOW, THE {GEORGE GOBEL, SHIRLEY MACLAINE, PAT BOONE} (TV)

    (June 02, 1957)

    One in this series of variety programs sponsored by Chevrolet. George Gobel hosts this edition. Highlights include the following: the NBC peacock puppet introduces guests Pat Boone, Shirley MacLaine, Gisele MacKenzie, and Gobel, who are hidden in its tail;...

  • CBS FESTIVAL OF LIVELY ARTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: JULIE ANDREWS' INVITATION TO THE DANCE WITH RUDOLF NUREYEV (TV)

    (November 30, 1980)

    One in this series of programs on the arts which are intended for young audiences. In this program, Julie Andrews and Rudolf Nureyev explain what dancing is and introduce different styles of dance to their young audience. In program highlights, Andrews sin...

  • SENATE WATERGATE HEARINGS: JOHN DEAN TESTIMONY, DAY 3 {PART 2 OF 7} (TV)

    (June 27, 1973)

    Continues from T80:0615. Part two of live coverage of the third day of the appearance of former presidential counsel John Dean before the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities. In this portion, Sen. Edward Gurney (R-Fla.) continues hi...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: MEMORIAL FOR THE UNKNOWNS (TV)

    (May 30, 1958)

    This CBS News Special Report covers the memorial service at Arlington National Cemetery for the unknown soldiers killed in World War II and the Korean War. Harry Reasoner reports from New York on what will occur during the ceremony. Howard K. Smith and Nei...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: VIETNAM PERSPECTIVE: THE U.N. AND THE WAR (TV)

    (February 06, 1966)

    One in this limited series of CBS News Specials which ran from 1965-1967, with continuing coverage of the Vietnam conflict. In this program, the following U.N. ambassadors discuss what the United Nations can do to bring peace to Vietnam: Karoly Csatorday o...

  • NBC'S SATURDAY NIGHT {SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE} {CANDICE BERGEN, ESTHER PHILLIPS} (TV)

    (November 08, 1975)

    One in this series of live, late-night comedy/variety programs featuring topical satire. Highlights of this program, hosted by Candice Bergen, include the following: a monologue by Bergen and a commercial parody; a satire on the CIA; Esther Phillips singin...

  • 60 MINUTES {INSIDE AFGHANISTAN; HIGH LOW SILVER} (TV)

    (April 06, 1980)

    One in this series of news magazine programs. This program opens with the segment, "Inside Afghanistan," featuring Dan Rather giving a first-hand report of the Afghan rebels' war against the Soviet invaders. In Pakistan, Rather meets with the rebels, who t...

  • MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW, THE {JAMES CAGNEY; EDDIE MONEY; MAUREEN STAPLETON} (TV)

    (May 21, 1979)

    One in this series of talk/variety programs hosted by Mike Douglas. Highlights of this portion include the following: Douglas talks with Carroll O'Connor about James Cagney; O'Connor and Douglas talk about Cagney's retirement; the first part of a three-par...

  • YOU ARE THERE: THE EXECUTION OF JOAN OF ARC {A.K.A. THE FINAL HOURS OF JOAN OF ARC} (MAY 30, 1431) (TV)

    (March 01, 1953)

    One in this series of dramas re-enacting major historical events and covering them as current news stories. This program concerns May 30, 1431, the date on which Joan of Arc was burned alive at the stake by the English. First, the preparations for her exec...

  • ALL IN THE FAMILY: EDITH'S FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY (TV)

    (October 16, 1977)

    One in this series of comedies about a working-class household presided over by the opinionated Archie Bunker. In this episode, Edith is about to turn fifty and Gloria and Mike are planning a surprise party for her but are worried that Archie will somehow ...

  • ABC NEWS CLOSE-UP: ARSON: FIRE FOR HIRE (TV)

    (August 03, 1978)

    One in this series of irregularly scheduled documentaries. This program examines the forces behind arson and looks at how local groups and government are combating it. Highlights of this program include examination of the following topics: the Fenway Secti...

  • PERRY COMO'S KRAFT MUSIC HALL {ANNE BANCROFT, RAY CHARLES, JIMMY DURANTE} (TV)

    (February 22, 1961)

    One in this series of music/variety programs. The theme of this program is marriage. Highlights include: Como sings "Love and Marriage"; Anne Bancroft sings "Married I Can Always Get"; Como and Jimmy Durante appear in a skit about a day in the Durante hous...

  • ABC NEWS: ISSUES AND ANSWERS: ARAFAT! (TV)

    (April 02, 1978)

    One in this series of interviews with contemporary newsmakers. In this program, Barbara Walters introduces portions of and summarizes her Beirut interview with Yasser Arafat, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and provides background ...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: VIETNAM PERSPECTIVE: THE ANTHONY EDEN PROPOSALS (TV)

    (May 31, 1966)

    One in this limited series of CBS news specials which ran from 1965-1967, with continuing coverage of the Vietnam conflict. Charles Collingwood talks with Anthony Eden, chief architect of the 1954 Geneva Armistice that divided Vietnam. The former British p...

  • ABC THEATRE: FRIENDLY FIRE (TV)

    (April 22, 1979)

    One in this series of irregularly scheduled dramas. Set in Iowa in 1969, the drama tells the story of Peg and Gene Mullen, who struggle to learn the truth about the death of their son, Mike, in Vietnam as a result of what the U.S. Army terms "friendly fire...

  • TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: CRIME AND THE COMMITTEE (TV)

    (February 16, 1958)

    One in this documentary series hosted by Walter Cronkite, which examines outstanding events and personalities of the twentieth century. This program examines the efforts of Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) and his Senate Special Committee to Investigate Crime...

  • STAR-SPANGLED REVUE {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (April 09, 1950)

    The premiere of one in this limited series of comedy/variety programs hosted by Bob Hope. Hope, in his television debut, opens with a monologue commenting on television's progress. Highlights include the following: Maurice Rocco, dubbed "the world's only s...