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  • SMALLVILLE: ROSETTA (TV)

    (February 25, 2003)

    One in this drama series that reimagines comic book hero Superman as a modern-day teenager in rural Smallville, Kansas. In this episode, a series of dreams leads Clark to use the key to unlock the mysteries of the cave inscriptions against Jonathan's wishe...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SEMINAR SERIES, THE: THE APPRENTICE: WHY "YOU'RE FIRED!" HAS FIRED UP AMERICANS {LONG VERSION}

    (September 20, 2004)

    One in this series of seminars conducted by The Museum of Television & Radio. Held at the Museum in Los Angeles, and moderated by Billy Bush (host, "Access Hollywood"), this seminar examines the reality show that is actually a week-by-week job interview in...

  • WIDE ANGLE: SOUL OF INDIA (TV)

    (September 19, 2002)

    Jamie Rubin and Daljit Dhaliwal host this documentary series that investigates contemporary global, political, and social issues. In this episode, filmmaker Steven Silver reports on the religious war in India between the Muslims and the Hindus and examines...

  • WIDE ANGLE: THE DAMNED (TV)

    (September 18, 2003)

    Jamie Rubin and Mishal Husain host this documentary series that investigates contemporary global, political, and social issues. In this episode, filmmaker Fanny Armstrong reports on the building of India's biggest dam and the human cost of such an endeavor...

  • WAKING THE DEAD: SERIES II: DEATHWATCH: PART I {2003 INTERNATIONAL EMMY NOMINEE} (TV)

    (September 09, 2002)

    The first of two programs on this tape. One in this drama series about a group of crime fighters that investigate unsolved death cases. This episode, part one of two, begins as a man on his deathbed, Harry Newman, dies, but not before confessing numerous...

  • PERFECT MANUAL, THE: SUSHIKO {ENGLISH NARRATION} {2003 INTERNATIONAL EMMY NOMINEE} (TV)

    (May 15, 2002)

    One in this Japanese series in which one is taught how to have a more perfect life -- if only he or she studies "The Perfect Manual." This episode tackles all one needs to know about sushi with a visit to Sushiko, a top sushi restaurant in Tokyo's upscale...

  • CHANNEL 4 NEWS COVERAGE: MADRID BOMBING {2004 INTERNATIONAL EMMY AWARDS} (TV)

    (2004/03/xx)

    This tape includes clips from Channel Four's coverage of the terrorist bombings in Madrid, Spain, on March 11, 2004. Highlights include reports from central Madrid's Atocha train station, where ten blasts occurred from 6:39 a.m. to 6:42 a.m. The reporter d...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: PRIME-TIME POLITICS: POLITICS AND HUMOR, PACKAGE 1: BELL & HOWELL CLOSE-UP! & ABC STAGE 67

    (2005)

    From "That Was the Week That Was" to "The West Wing," politics has been a mainstay on prime-time television. Documentarians, dramatists, and comedians have all created work about the struggle for political power in the United States. This screening serie...

  • FRONTLINE: THE PERSUADERS (TV)

    (November 09, 2004)

    One in this documentary series. This edition examines how advertising is affecting people and the world around them. Correspondent Douglas Rushkoff reports. Bob Garfield of Advertising Age magazine discusses how ads are "historically ... quite bad," and ...

  • DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES: ANYTHING YOU CAN DO (TV)

    (November 21, 2004)

    One in this darkly comedic soap opera about the denizens of Wisteria Lane, a suburban neighborhood with a seedy underbelly that is thrust to the forefront after the suicide of one titular housewife. In this episode, Bree's troubles with her children coin...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SCREENING SERIES, THE: WE ARE FAMILY!: WEEKEND SCREENINGS FOR KIDS, PACKAGE 3: FEBRUARY THEME: FRIENDSHIP & LOVE: FOR AGES 4 TO 8 {LOS ANGELES}

    (2005)

    The Museum's new weekend screenings for children ages four to twelve are a great opportunity for families to spend quality time together. These screenings, featuring exceptional, rarely shown programs, are engaging and enlightening for both children and a...

  • LONGINES CHRONOSCOPE {HENRY FORD II} {COMPILATION TAPE 1 OF 3} (TV)

    (November 02, 1953)

    The third of six programs on this compilation tape. One in this series of interviews with contemporary newsmakers, focusing particularly on world affairs. In this edition, Larry Lesueur and Don Hollenbeck, both of the CBS television news staff, interview...

  • DAY'S WORK, A DAY'S PAY, A (TV)

    (September 02, 2002)

    This documentary discusses New York City's controversial WEP (Work Experience Program) welfare system and the people on both sides of the issue. The program begins in 1996 with President Bill Clinton and New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani announcing their ...

  • STORE WARS: WHEN WAL-MART COMES TO TOWN (TV)

    (June 07, 2001)

    This film documents the debate that erupts when chain superstore Wal-Mart looks to open a store in the small town of Ashland, Virginia. The program opens with town historian Rosie Schiff discussing the history of Ashland and what a Wal-Mart may mean to th...

  • P.O.V. {POINT OF VIEW}: PROMISES {ENGLISH, ARABIC AND HEBREW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES} (TV)

    (December 13, 2001)

    One in this series of independently produced documentaries. In this Academy Award-nominated documentary, Israeli-American journalist B. Z. Goldberg visits seven Israeli and Palestinian children over a four-year period (1997-2000). Participants -- includi...

  • HONEYMOONERS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, THE (TV)

    (December 10, 1978)

    One in this occasional series of specials featuring the original "Honeymooners" characters. In this program, Ralph Kramden comes up with yet another get-rich-quick scheme. Through various forms of deceit and manipulation, Ralph relieves Ed Norton of his ...

  • GENERAL ELECTRIC THEATER, THE: I'M A FOOL (TV)

    (November 18, 1956)

    One in this dramatic anthology series. In this rebroadcast of Sherwood Anderson's "I'm a Fool," hosted by Ronald Reagan, the narrator reflects on what he believes to be the biggest mistake of his life. As a boy he left home to start his own life in the c...

  • ELVIS: ALOHA FROM HAWAII (TV)

    (April 04, 1973)

    In this special, Elvis Presley performs at the Honolulu International Center to raise money for a cancer drive. Highlights of this program include the following: Elvis sings the following songs: "C.C. Rider"; "Burning Love"; "Something"; "You Gave Me a ...

  • FAERIE TALE THEATRE: THE BOY WHO LEFT HOME TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE SHIVERS (TV)

    (September 17, 1984)

    One in this series of whimsical fairy tale adaptations hosted by Shelley Duvall. In this story, Martin, a boy who is unique because he is not afraid of anything, goes off on a quest to learn what it feels like to be scared. Martin's father, who feels that ...

  • ROUTE 66: MON PETIT CHOU (TV)

    (November 24, 1961)

    One in this series of dramas about the adventures of two young men who travel across the country in a Corvette. In this episode, Tod falls for a singer, Perette, who is being kept on a tight leash by her manager, Ryan. Tod spots Perette at a river, but bef...