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  • WHERE'S EVERETT? {PILOT FOR UNSOLD SERIES} (TV): April 18, 1966

    The pilot and only episode of a projected situation comedy series. Invisible aliens from outer space leave an invisible baby in a basket on the doorstep of Arnold and Sylvia Barker. Arnold and Sylvia hear the baby and take it in. Arnold's pediatrician frie...

  • INTERVIEW WITH THE BEATLES: ABBEY ROAD STUDIO: "WHITE ALBUM" RECORDING SESSION (RADIO): July 18, 1968

    This interview with the Beatles was taped at the famed Abbey Road recording studio, where the pop group was developing their new LP, "The Beatles," popularly known as "The White Album." Interviewer Kenny Everett speaks primarily with John Lennon, who is jo...

  • PARALLEL WORLDS, PARALLEL LIVES (TV): 2007

    One in this series of science documentaries. This program follows musician Mark Oliver Everett as he delves into the life and work of his late father, renowned physicist Hugh Everett III. Mark, founder and frontman of the rock band Eels, explains that he...

  • HOLIDAY HOTEL (TV): May 04, 1950

    One in this series of musical/variety programs concerning the management and guests at a New York Park Avenue hotel that conveniently sports a Packard automobile showroom right off the lobby. Edward Everett Horton stars as the hotel's harried manager, J. A...

  • HOLIDAY HOTEL {DAVID BURNS, SARAH CHURCHILL, "FRANKIE AND JOHNNY"} (TV) : March 30, 1950

    One in this series of musical/variety programs concerning the management and guests at a New York Park Avenue hotel which conveniently sports a Packard automobile showroom right off the lobby. Edward Everett Horton stars as the hotel's harried manager. T...

  • ABC NEWS CHILDREN'S SPECIAL: PRESIDENT CLINTON: ANSWERING CHILDREN'S QUESTIONS (TV) : February 20, 1993

    In this news special for children hosted by Peter Jennings and broadcast from the East Room of the White House, President Bill Clinton answers personal and issue-oriented questions from a group of children from various parts of the country, ages eight to f...

  • ROWAN & MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    The first in this series of frenetically-paced comedy programs hosted by Dan Rowan and Dick Martin. Highlights include the following: Rowan patiently explains the show's weekly format to Martin; attendees of a cocktail party offer one-liners; the "Sock i...

  • ELLEN: IT'S A GAY, GAY, GAY, GAY WORLD (TV): February 25, 1998

    One in this comedy series about the quirky misadventures of a flippant Los Angeles bookstore manager named Ellen Morgan. In this episode, Ellen and Spence meet a colleague and his girl friend while shopping for bug spray. Spence quickly reveals that Ellen ...

  • THEATRE GUILD ON THE AIR: EUGENE O'NEILL PLAYS, PT. 2 OF 2 {WHERE THE CROSS IS MADE} (RADIO) : November 11, 1945

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  • TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON, THE {DESI ARNAZ, ROBERT BLAKE, BOB HOPE, DON RICKLES} (TV): March 04, 1976

    One in this series of late-night talk/variety programs hosted by Johnny Carson. Carson's guests for this program are actor Robert Blake, comedians Don Rickles and Bob Hope, and actor Desi Arnaz. Carson appears onstage riding a donkey and wearing an appropr...

  • KOPPEL REPORT, THE: NEWS FROM EARTH (TV): December 26, 1988

    One in this occasional series of news/public affairs programs hosted by Ted Koppel. This report examines how one might describe modern-day Earth, or how it would appear to outsiders from another planet, should they exist. Koppel runs through a list of 1988...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: THE HURRICANE (RADIO) : November 05, 1939

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. Orson Welles introduces the program with authoritative definitions of a hurricane, and describes the theme of the story. Eugene de Laage, the new governor of a South ...

  • IN A NEW LIGHT: SEX UNPLUGGED (TV): June 01, 1995

    This special aims to open up the gateways of conversation between parents and teenagers about the subject of sex. Highlights of this program include the following segments: clips from the soap opera "General Hospital," which includes behind-the-scenes foot...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: THE BAD MAN (RADIO): May 19, 1939

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. Orson Welles opens the program by talking about the play's hero, Pancho Lopez, based on Mexican bandit and revolutionary Pancho Villa. This lighthearted western takes...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: THE INAUGURATION OF RICHARD M. NIXON (TV): January 20, 1969

    CBS News correspondents Walter Cronkite and Roger Mudd provide commentary for this live CBS broadcast of President Richard Nixon's 1969 inauguration. As the broadcast opens, Cronkite and Mudd point out William Rogers, Nixon's appointee for the post of Secr...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: ARROWSMITH (RADIO) : February 03, 1939

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. Orson Welles introduces the drama as one of a number of plays, books, and films about heroes of medicine. The story opens with Martin Arrowsmith receiving a science r...

  • TWIN PEAKS: EPISODE 5: COOPER'S DREAMS (TV): May 10, 1990

    One in this drama series that reveals David Lynch's sinister, surreal portrait of small-town life. Highlights in this episode include the following: Ben and Jerry plan a party for visiting Icelanders; Agent Cooper discovers vital clues in Jacques' apartmen...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS (RADIO): October 29, 1939

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. This program features an adaptation of Booth Tarkington's novel "The Magnificent Ambersons," which Orson Welles later made into a film. Welles introduces and narrates t...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: ESCAPE (RADIO): October 15, 1939

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. In his introduction, Welles explains that despite its "catchpenny" title the program is a comedy and that the play's British setting has been changed to New York City. ...

  • CAMPBELL PLAYHOUSE: PETER IBBETSON (RADIO): September 10, 1939

    One in this weekly drama series featuring adaptations of popular and literary classics. Orson Welles introduces the show. In this drama, Peter Ibbetson returns to Paris where he lived as a small boy. He meets Mary, the Duchess of Towers, and they simultane...