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Television Programs Restored and Preserved by UCLA

A selection of television programs restored and preserved by UCLA Film & Television Archive since 1988.

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99 Ways to Attract the Right Man  (ABC, 5/7/85)

770 On TV  (KABC, Los Angeles, 1/31/65)

28 Tonight: Civilian Police Review Board  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1/7/80)

28 Tonight: “Number Our Days”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1977)

28 Tonight: Tom Bradley Interview  (KCET, Los Angeles, 7/30/80)

& Beautiful  (Syndicated, 6/69)

ABC Stage ’67: “The Human Voice”  (ABC, 5/4/67)

ABC Stage ’67: “Noon Wine”  (ABC, 11/23/66)

ABC Stage ’67: “Rogers and Hart Today”  (ABC, 11/23/66)

ABC Theatre: “If You Give a Dance You Gotta Pay the Band”  (ABC, 12/19/72)

ABC Theatre: “Pueblo”  (ABC, 3/29/73)

ABC Weekend News with Keith McBee  (ABC, 6/4/67)

ABC Wide World of Sports: Excerpts. Compliation for Primetime Emmy Awards  (ABC, 1968)

Actors on Acting: "Martin Sheen"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1984)

Admiral Presents the Five Star Revue – Welcome Aboard: Excerpts Featuring Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis.  (NBC, 10/10/48 & 10/17/48)

The Advocates: “Should Conscientious Objector Status be Extended to Those in or Evading Military Service?”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 11/24/70)

The Advocates: “Should Television be Allowed to Broadcast Criminal Trials with the Consent of the Defendent?”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1970)

After Hours: “Joe Williams”  (Syndicated, 11/9/1969)

All About Welfare: A Community Preview  (WITF, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 1971)

All in the Family: Pilot  (CBS, 1969)

Aloha From Hawaii  (Syndicated, 1958)

Alumni Fun: Presentation Pilot  (ABC, 1962)

Alumni Fun  (CBS, 3/28/65)

America's Sweetheart: The Mary Pickford Story  (Syndicated, 1977)

American Film Institute Theater: “Frank Capra”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 6/4/71)

American Film Institute Theater: "Jack Nicholson"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 5/14/71)

American Playhouse: “Charlotte Forten's Mission: Experiment in Freedom”  (PBS, 2/25/85)

AMPEX Company Compilation Tape: International Trade Exposition, Moscow, July 1959  (1959, not broadcast)

Anatomy of an Abortion  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1975)

And the Children Die  (KCET, Los Angeles, 12/31/69)

Andersonville Trial Interview  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1970)

Another Evening with Fred Astaire  (NBC, 11/4/59)

Another World: Show #2403  (NBC, 1/17/74)

Apollo on the Threshold (KCET, 10/10/67)

Appalachian Heritage  (WLWT, Cincinnati, 1/9/69)

Art City: Collectors and Collections in Los Angeles  (KCET, Los Angeles, 3/12/81)

As Caesar Sees It  (ABC, 5/14/63)

Astaire Time  (NBC, 9/28/60)



Barbra Streisand: A Happening in Central Park  (CBS, 9/15/68)

Barry Goldwater for President  (1964)

Beatles Press Conference, Los Angeles  (1966)

The Belle of Amherst  (PBS, 12/29/76)

The Best on Record: The Grammy Awards Show  (NBC, 12/8/63)

The Best on Record: The Grammy Awards Show  (NBC, 5/18/65)

The Best on Record: The Grammy Awards Show  (NBC, 5/16/66)

The Best on Record: The Grammy Awards Show  (NBC, 5/24/67)

The Best on Record: The Grammy Awards Show  (NBC, 5/8/68)

The Best on Record: The Grammy Awards Show  (NBC, 5/7/70)

The Big News/KNXT News  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/13/65)

The Big News/KNXT News  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/28/66)

The Big News/KNXT News  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/20/67)

The Big News/KNXT News  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/15/70)

The Big News/KNXT News  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/15/71)

The Big News/KNXT News: “California Abortion Hospital”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/15/70)

Bing!  (CBS, 3/20/77)

The Bing Crosby Show  (ABC, 10/5/60)

The Bishop Sheen Program: “Divine Sense of Humor”  (Syndicated, 1959)

The Bishop Sheen Program: “Teenagers”  (Syndicated, 1959)

Black Baseball: The Late, Great Negro Leagues  (KCET, Los Angeles, 4/12/80)

Black on Black  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/18/68)

The Bob Goulet Show  (ABC, 4/7/70)

Bobobquivari: With Tim Buckley  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1970)

Building for Tomorrow  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1977)

Bukowski  (KCET, Los Angeles, 11/25/73)

Bukowski Reads Bukowski  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1974)



Carrascolendas  (PBS, 1/23/73)

CBS Children's Hour: "J.T."  (CBS, 10/1/75)

CBS News Special Report: “Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination Aftermath Coverage”  (CBS, 4/4/68)

CBS Playhouse: “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night”  (CBS, 10/17/67)

CBS Playhouse: “The Final War of Olly Winter”  (CBS, 1/29/67)

CBS Playhouse: “My Father and My Mother”  (CBS, 2/13/68)

The Campaign and the Candidates: “Interview with John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy”  (NBC, 10/1/60)

Cancion de La Raza: Show #1  (KCET, Los Angeles, 10/14/68)

Captain Kangaroo: Excerpt with Billy Taylor and Willie "The Lion" Smith  (CBS, 4/8/69)

Celebrity Room: Pilot  (NBC, 1964)

Celebrity Talent Scouts  (CBS, 9/12/60)

Celebrity Update: Pilot  (Syndicated, 9/7/89)

Championship Jazz: Pilot  (1962)

The Chevy Mystery Show: "Enough Rope"  (NBC, 7/31/60)

The Chevy Show  (NBC, 4/26/59)

Cinema Showcase:“Harlan County, USA"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1978)

Citywatchers: “Beverly Wilshire Hotel”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1976)

Citywatchers: “The Bradbury Building”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 4/24/72)

Citywatchers: “Dodger Stadium” (KCET, Los Angeles, 7/26/71)

Citywatchers: “Downtown Plan”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 11/6/73)

Citywatchers: “Echo Park,” Parts 1 & 2  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1973)

Citywatchers: “Fairfax Senior Citizens Center”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1972)

Citywatchers: "Hollywood-Sunset Free Clinic"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1/10/72)

Citywatchers: "Jack Lemmon Special"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1976)

Citywatchers: “San Pedro”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1971)

Citywatchers: "Santa Susanna"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1972)

City Watchers: “Sunset Boulevard as Seen by Art and Chuck from the Blimp”  (KCET, 4/13/75)

Citywatchers: “Venice,” Parts 1 & 2  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1973)

Citywatchers: “Westwood”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 12/19/72)

Clarence Darrow  (PBS, 3/17/75)

The Classic Ghosts: “And the Bones Came Together”  (ABC, 2/15/73)

The Classic Ghosts: “The Deadly Visitor”  (ABC, 7/4/73)

The Classic Ghosts: “The Haunting of Rosalind”  (ABC, 4/10/73)

The Classic Ghosts: “The Screaming Skull”  (ABC, 2/14/73)

The College Bowl  (CBS, 3/9/59)

The College Bowl  (CBS, 10/9/60)

The College Bowl  (CBS, 12/3/61)

The College Bowl  (CBS, 10/28/62)

The College Bowl  (NBC, 12/15/63)

The College Bowl  (NBC, 4/5/64)

The College Bowl  (NBC, 5/29/66)

The College Bowl  (NBC, 1/7/68)

Color Me Jazz  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 10/3/65)

Commericals: Home Savings and Loan. With Edith Head  (1979)

A Country Called Watts  (NBC, 6/29/75)

Curiosity Shop [unidentified episode]  (ABC, 1971)

The Curse of Los Feliz  (KCET, 1971)

The Curt Massey Show  (KRCA, 9/15/61)



Danny Thomas Presents the Comics  (NBC, 11/8/65)

The Danny Thomas Show  (NBC, 11/13/64)

The Danny Thomas Show: "Coconut Grove Special"  (NBC, 12/10/64)

The Danny Thomas Show: "Danny Goes Country and Western"  (NBC, 3/13/66)

The Danny Thomas Show: "The Danny Thomas Variety Show"  (NBC, 4/23/65)

The Danny Thomas Show: "The Wonderful World of Burlesque"  (NBC, 3/14/65)

The Danny Thomas Show: "The Wonderful World of Burlesque II"  (NBC, 12/8/65)

Danny's Day: Excerpt with Mark Houston  (WKY, Oklahoma City, 6/15/72)

The Dating Game  (ABC, 8/23/68)

The Dating Game: Show #66-68  (ABC, 4/1/68)

The David Susskind Show: with Mary Tyler Moore and Katherine de Jersey  (Syndicated, 1966)

The Deadwyler Inquest  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 6/1/66)

Dedication Day: NBC Washington Studios Dedication Ceremony  (NBC, 5/22/58)

Dial M For Murder  (ABC, 11/15/67)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 11/3/61)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 12/29/61)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 1/26/62)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 2/23/62)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 6/1/62)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 12/9/62)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 12/30/62)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 1/20/63)

The Dinah Shore Show  (NBC, 4/14/63)

The Dinah Shore Show (NBC, 10/17/64)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 4/5/59)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 5/31/59)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 10/4/59)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 1/10/60)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 2/28/60)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 4/24/60)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 5/22/60)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 10/9/60)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 12/11/60)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 1/22/61)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 3/26/61)

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  (NBC, 4/16/61)

Dr. Frank Baxter Reads “A Christmas Carol”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 12/21/65)

The Doctors: Show #2853  (NBC, 1/17/74)

Doin' it at the Storefront: "The Story of the Black Church in America"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1/3/73)

Doin' it at the Storefront: "A Conversation with Tony Brown"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1973)

Doin' it at the Storefront: "Angela Davis"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 3/28/73)

Domingo: “Fireman Show”  (KABC, Los Angeles, 3/4/73)

Don't Sleep Through the Revolution [unidentified episode, no. 3]  (Syndicated, 4/1970)

Due to Circumstances Beyond our Control: "A Conversation with Fred Friendly"  (PBS, 4/3/67)



Emergency Ward [unidentified episode, no. 1]  (Syndicated, 1959)

Emmy Awards: 12th Annual Chicago Emmy Awards  (WBBM, 5/25/70)

Emmy Awards: 1st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards  (NBC, 5/28/74)

Emmy Awards: 14th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards  (ABC, 6/30/87)

Emmy Awards: 22nd Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KABC, Los Angeles, 4/18/70)

Emmy Awards: 23rd Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 3/21/71)

Emmy Awards: 24th Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KTTV, Los Angeles, 3/19/72)

Emmy Awards: 28th Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KABC, Los Angeles, 5/17/76)

Emmy Awards: 30th Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (6/25/78 – not broadcast)

Emmy Awards: 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (NBC, 5/22/62)

Emmy Awards: 16th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (NBC, 5/25/64)

Emmy Awards: 17th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (NBC, 9/12/65)

Emmy Awards: 18th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (CBS, 5/22/66)

Emmy Awards: 19th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (ABC, 6/4/67)

Emmy Awards: 21st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (CBS, 6/8/69)

Emmy Awards: 26th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (NBC, 5/28/74)

Emmy Awards: 28th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (ABC, 5/17/76)

Emmy Awards: 45th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards  (ABC, 9/19/93)

Esther Williams at Cypress Gardens  (NBC, 8/8/60)

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Jack Benny - But Were Afraid to Ask  (NBC, 3/10/71)

An Evening with Fred Astaire  (NBC, 10/17/58)

The Execution of Private Slovik  (NBC, 3/13/74)



The Face of Genius  (WBZ, Boston, 1966)

Face the Nation: with Ronald Reagan and Jesse Unruth  (CBS, 10/18/70)

Fashion Hootenanny  (WTOP, Washington, D.C., 1963)

Festival: “David, Chapter 3”  (CBC, 1967)

The 5th Dimension Special: An Odyssey in the Cosmic Universe of Peter Max  (CBS, 5/21/70)

The 51st State: “Actors’ Fund Home”  (WNET, New York, 1973)

The 51st State: "The Occupant in the Single Room"  (WNET, New York, 11/10/74)

Flip Wilson Show  (NBC, 9/20/73)

Focus Film Festival: Portrait of a Prison  (KCET, Los Angeles, 11/18/84)

The Folk World of Jimmie Rodgers  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 11/30/63)

Fonda: An American Legacy  (ABC, 4/19/75)

The Ford Show: “The Mikado”  (NBC, 4/16/59)

Ford Startime: TV’s Finest Hour: “The Nanette Fabray Show”  (NBC, 5/31/60)

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show  (ABC, 12/13/59)

Fritz Lang, Director  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1971)

From Protest to Politics  (WXYZ, Detroit, 1973)

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Garroway (WNAC, Boston, 2/25/70)

Gene Kelly in New York, New York  (CBS, 2/14/66)

The Gene Kelly Show  (CBS, 4/24/59)

The Gene Kelly Show  (NBC, 11/21/59)

The George Burns Show  (NBC, 6/7/60)

George Lucas: Maker of Films  (KCET, Los Angeles, 4/13/71)

The George Shearing Show  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 1/3/1965)

Get High on Yourself  (NBC, 9/20/1981)

A Glimpse of Greatness: The Story of Ken Hubbs  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 8/17/64)

Golden Showcase: “The Devil and Daniel Webster”  (NBC, 2/14/60)

The Great American Celebration  (7/4/76)

The Great American Dream Machine: Show #1  (PBS, 1/6/71)

Growing Up Gay  (PBS, 1983; KCET, Los Angeles, 6/25/84)



Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Abe Lincoln in Illinois”  (NBC, 2/5/64)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Admirable Crichton”  (NBC, 5/22/68)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Anastasia”  (NBC, 3/17/67)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Arsenic and Old Lace”  (NBC, 2/5/62)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: ‘Barefoot in Athens”  (NBC, 11/11/66)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Borrowers”  (NBC, 12/14/73)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Captain Brassbound's Conversion”  (NBC, 5/2/60)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Casey Stengel”  (NBC, 5/6/81)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “A Christmas Festival”  (NBC, 12/13/59)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Cry of Angels”  (NBC, 12/15/63)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Cyrano de Bergerac”  (NBC, 12/6/62)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Dear Liar”  (NBC, 4/15/81)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “A Doll’s House”  (NBC, 11/15/59)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Eagle in a Cage”  (NBC, 10/20/65)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Elizabeth the Queen”  (NBC, 1/31/68)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Fame”  (NBC, 11/30/78)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Fantasticks”  (NBC, 10/18/64)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The File on Delvin” (NBC, 11/21/69)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Give us Barabbas”  (NBC, 4/15/62)

Hallmark Hall of Fame:  “Hamlet”  (NBC, 11/17/70)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Hands of Cormac Joyce”  (NBC, 11/17/72)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Holy Terror”  (NBC, 4/7/65)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Invincible Mr. Disraeli”  (NBC, 4/4/63)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Joke and the Valley”  (NBC, 5/5/61)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Lamp at Midnight”  (NBC, 4/27/66)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Man who Came to Dinner”  (NBC, 11/29/72)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Mr. Lincoln”  (NBC, 2/9/81)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Patroits”  (NBC, 11/15/63)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “The Price”  (NBC, 2/3/72)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “A Punt, a Pass, and a Prayer"  (NBC, 11/20/68)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Soldier in Love”  (NBC, 4/26/67)

Hallmark Hall of Fame:  “St. Joan”  (NBC, 12/4/67)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “A Storm in Summer”  (NBC, 2/6/70)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Tempest”  (NBC, 2/3/60)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Time Remembered”  (NBC, 2/7/61)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Victoria Regina”  (NBC, 11/30/61)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: “Winterset"  (NBC, 10/26/59)

Happy Ever After  (KIRO, Seattle, 1976)

Happy Ever After  (KGW, Seattle, 1977)

The Hart and Lorne Terrific Hour  (CBC, Canada, 1971)

Hawaiian Hoike [a.k.a. Hawaiian Party]  (Syndicated, 1958)

Herbert Marcuse: Philosopher of the New Left  (KCET, Los Angeles, 5/31/68)

Historia de Exito [Success Story]  (KMEX, 1967)

Hollywood a Go-Go: Show #30  (KHJ, Los Angeles, 7/17/65)

Hollywood Squares: Show #543  (NBC, 11/9/68)

Hollywood Talent Scouts (CBS, 4/11/66)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Actor”  (PBS, 2/21/78)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “The Andersonville Trial”  (PBS, 5/17/70)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “The Ashes of Mrs. Reasoner”  (PBS, 1/22/76)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Awake and Sing”  (PBS, 3/6/72)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Beginning to End”  (PBS, 7/10/74)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Big Fish, Little Fish”  (PBS, 1/5/71)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Carola”  (PBS, 2/5/73)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Chekhov Live from Hollywood”  (PBS, 1/6/72)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Day of Absence”  (PBS, 12/30/71)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Double Solitaire”  (PBS, 1/16/74)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “For the use of the Hall”  (PBS, 1/2/75)

Hollywood Television Theatre: "Gondola"  (PBS, 1/9/74)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Incident at Vichy”  (PBS, 12/8/73)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “The Last of Mrs. Lincoln”  (PBS, 9/16/76)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Nourish the Beast”  (PBS, 9/11/75)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Philemon”  (PBS, 10/7/76)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “The Plot to Overthrow Christmas"  (PBS, 12/23/71)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Scarecrow”  (PBS, 1/10/72)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Shadow of a Gunman”  (PBS, 12/4/72)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “The Sty of the Blind Pig”  (PBS, 5/31/74)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Steambath”  (PBS, 4/30/73)

Hollywood Television Theatre: “Winesburg, Ohio”  (PBS, 3/5/73)

Hollywood's Silent Era: “The Movies 1900-1927”  (KTLA, 1974)

How Do You Get to Be: “An Actor”  (Subscription Television, Los Angeles, 1964)

How Do You Get to Be: “A Singer”  (Subscription Television, Los Angeles, 1964)

How to Become a Movie Star  (Syndicated, 1975)

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I Believe in Miracles: Show #451  (Syndicated, 6/29/75)

I’ve got a Secret  (CBS, 4/19/61)

In Session: Pilot  (Syndicated, 1973)

The Inner Core: City Within a City: “The New Generation and the Establishment”  (WMVS, Milwaukee & WHA, Madison, 5/3/68)

Innervisions: "The Black Cowboy"  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1976)

Insight: "The Coffee House"  (Syndicated, 1966)

Insight: “Consider the Zebra”  (Syndicated, 1969)

Insight: "The Death of Simon Jackson"  (Syndicated, 1969)

Insight: "Dry Commitment"  (Syndicated, 1967)

Insight: "God in the Dock"  (Syndicated, 1980)

Insight: “Exit”  (Syndicated, 1970)

Insight: “The Hate Syndrome”  (Syndicated, 1966)

Insight: "The Hit Man"  (Syndicated, 1983)

Insight: "The Late, Great God"  (Syndicated, 1968)

Insight: “Locusts Have no King”  (Syndicated, 1965)

Insight: "Man in the Middle"  (Syndicated, 1967)

Insight: “Mr. Johnson's had the Course”  (Syndicated, 1968)

Insight: "Mummy"  (Syndicated, 1968)

Insight: "No Tears for Kelsey"  (Syndicated, 1969)

Insight: "The One Armed Man" (Syndicated, 1974)

Insight: "The Placement Service"  (Syndicated, 1975)

Insight: "Politics Can Become a Habit"  (Syndicated, 1966)

Insight: “The Poker Game”  (Syndicated, 1969)

Insight: “The Sandalmaker”  (Syndicated, 1968)

Insight: "Trial by Fire"  (Syndicated, 1968)

Insight: “A Woman of Principle”  (Syndicated, 1970)



The Jack Benny Program: With Harry Truman  (CBS, 10/18/59)

The Jack Benny Birthday Special  (NBC, 2/17/69)

Jack Benny's Bag  (NBC, 11/16/68)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #95-S  (Syndicated, 4/25/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #96-S  (Syndicated, 4/26/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #97-S  (Syndicated, 4/27/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #98-S  (Syndicated, 4/28/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #99-S  (Syndicated, 4/29/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #103-S  (Syndicated, 4/5/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #104-S  (Syndicated, 4/6/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #105-S  (Syndicated, 4/7/60)

The Jack LaLanne Show: Show #164-S  (Syndicated, 12/9/59)

The Jack LaLanne Show:: Show #172-S  (Syndicated, 4/8/60)

The James Beard Show: Show #1-1  (Syndicated, 1964)

The Jimmie Rodgers Show: Show #4  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 11/30/63)

Jimmy Durante Meets the Lively Arts  (ABC, 10/30/65)

Jimmy Durante Meets the Lively Arts: Promos, Unedited Footage  (ABC, 1965)

John F. Kennedy Addresses the Greater Houston Ministerial Association  (9/12/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Campaign Appearance by Senator John F. Kennedy at University Plaza, Seattle, Washington  (9/6/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Rear Platform Remarks of Senator John F. Kennedy at Redding, California  (9/8/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Remarks of Senator John F. Kennedy at the Minneapolis Bean Feed, Minneapolis, Minnesota  (10/1/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at Cadillac Square, Detroit, Michigan  (9/5/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at the Detroit Coliseum, Michigan State Fair  (10/26/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at the Little White House, Warm Springs, Georgia  (10/10/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York  (9/28/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at the National Plowing Contest, Sioux Falls, South Dakota  (9/22/60)

John F. Kennedy Presidential Campaign: Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at the Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington, DC  (9/20/60)

The Julie Andrews Show  (NBC, 11/28/65)

The Junior High School: “Part 1: Heaven, Hell or Purgatory”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1017/71)

The Junior High School: “Part 2: From A to Zoo”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/24/71)

Just Playne Jayne: Pilot  (1965, Not Broadcast)

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The KCET Story (KCET, Los Angeles, 1972)

KKK  (WDSU, New Orleans, 1965)

KNBC Newsconference: with Sen. Robert F. Kennedy  (KNBC, Los Angeles, 4/68)

The KNBC Survey: "The Invisible Minority"  (KNBC, Los Angeles, 12/9/67)

The KNBC Survey: "Highlights from the Past Year"  (KNBC, Los Angeles, 1966)

KNXT Newsroom  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/16/73)

KNXT Reports: “Alien and Illegal”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/10/70)

KNXT Reports: “Speed…the Deadly Drug”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/11/69)

KPIX Reports: “Whose Museum?”  (KPIX, San Francisco, 9/23/69)

KTLA Morning News: Excerpt; Robert F. Kennedy Assassination  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 6/5/68)

KTLA News: Coverage of Robert F. Kennedy Assassination  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 6/6/68)

KTLA News: Unedited Footage; Watts Riots Telecopter Footage  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 8/15/65)

KTLA's 50 Golden Years  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 5/15/97)

KTTV News/George Putnam News  (KTTV, Los Angeles, 12/15/70)

Keene at Noon!: Show #175  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/4/66)

Kraft Music Hall: "The Sound of Burt Bacharach"  (NBC, 4/22/64)

Kraft Music Hall Salutes the Oscars  (NBC, 3/31/71)

The Kraft Comedy Hour  (ABC, 7/29/78)



La Raza: Representada  (PBS, 1980)

Last Full Measure of Devotion  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 11/22/64)

Latino Consortium: “Espejos/Mirrors”  (PBS, 6/1/79)

The Laundromat  (HBO, 4/1/85)

Let's Get Away: Show #5  (NBC, 1966)

Let's Make a Deal: Pilot  (1963)

The Lively Ones  (NBC, 8/8/63)

Loggins and Messina in the Attic  (1973)

Lonely Autumn  (KABC, Los Angeles, 1983)

A Love Letter to Jack Benny  (NBC, 2/5/81)

The Love of the Common People  (KTTV, Los Angeles, 10/5/69)

[Lynne Littman Presentation. 1974 Compilation for Emmy Awards]  (KCET, 1974)

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Make No Mistake About it: The President Came to Iowa (WDIN, Des moines, 3/24/71)

Marcel Marceau Lecture at UCLA  (3/20/68)

Marie: Pilot  (ABC, 12/1/79)

Marlon Brando: A Living Biography (1975)

Married is Better  (CBS, 1/9/74)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 10/6/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 10/19/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 10/21/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 11/11/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 11/12/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 11/22/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 11/25/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 11/26/65)

The Merv Griffin Show  (Syndicated, 9/21/66)

The Michael Jackson Show: with Mayor Tom Bradley (KCET, Los Angeles, 1979)

The Michael Jackson Show: with Tennessee Williams  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1979)

The Mike Douglas Show: Excerpt with the Count Basie Orchestra  (Syndicated, 11/18/63)

The Mike Douglas Show: Excerpts (Syndicated, 1967)

The Mike Douglas Show (Syndicated, 3/28/69)

The Mike Douglas Show (Syndicated, 3/31/69)

The Mike Wallace Interview: Clyde Beatty  (Syndicated, 1959)

The Mike Wallace Interview: Ethel Waters  (Syndicated, 1959)

The Mike Wallace Interview: Myoshi Umeki  (Syndicated, 1959)

The Mike Wallace Interview: Rube Goldberg  (Syndicated, 1959)

The Mike Wallace Interview: Shelley Berman  (Syndicated, 1959)

The Mike Wallace Interview: Xavier Cugat  (Syndicated, 1959)

Milton Berle Starring in the Kraft Music Hall  (NBC, 11/19/58)

Milton Berle Starring in the Kraft Music Hall  (NBC, 1/14/59)

Milton Berle Starring in the Kraft Music Hall  (NBC, 3/18/59)

Milton Berle Starring in the Kraft Music Hall  (NBC, 5/13/59)

Moments to be Remembered  (KCET, Los Angeles, 9/26/81)

Mort Sahl  (KTTV, Los Angeles, 5/20/66)

Mort Sahl  (KTTV, Los Angeles, 6/17/66)

Movin' (NBC, 2/24/70)

Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood: “Adult Show No.1”  (NET, 1968)

Murray Roman's TV Show  (KTTV, Los Angeles, 2/21/70)

Musical Comedy Tonight  (PBS, 10/1/79)



Nancy Wilson at the Grove  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 5/20/65)

The National Celebrity Test: Pilot #1  (1968)

NBC News: Coverage of Apollo 11 Liftoff  (NBC, 7/16/69)

NBC News: Coverage of California Primary and Robert F. Kennedy Assassination  (NBC, 6/5/68)

NBC News: Coverage of Robert F. Kennedy Assassination  (NBC, 6/5/68)

NBC News: Coverage of Robert F. Kennedy Assassination (NBC, 6/6/68)

NBC News Special Report: Coverage of Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Service  (NBC, 6/8/68)

NET Fanfare: “Rehearsal with Leopold Stokowski”  (PBS, 1971)

NET Playhouse: “Hogan's Goat”  (PBS, 10/16/71)

NET Playhouse: "Paradise Lost"  (PBS, 2/25 & 3/4/71)

NET Fanfare: “Rehearsal with Leopold Stokowski”  (PBS, 1971)

NET Playhouse: “Hogan's Goat”  (PBS, 10/16/71)

NET Playhouse: "Paradise Lost"  (PBS, 2/25 & 3/4/71)

The Newlywed Game  (ABC, 3/6/69)

Newsbeat: “Thirteenth District Council Race”  (KCET, 1981)

Nightlife  (ABC, 10/20/65)

The Now Sam  (Syndicated, 1970)

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Of Thee I Sing  (CBS, 10/24/72)

Offramp: With Bill Stout  (KCET, Los Angeles, 5/6/68)

Offramp: With Kurt Von Meier  (KCET, Los Angeles, 3/6/67)

The Oldest Living Graduate  (NBC, 4/7/80)

One Night Stand: With Kaye Ballard  (Syndicated, 1960)

On the Go [outtakes]  (KNXT, 1959-1960)

On the Go: "1001 Nights Restaurant"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/1/59)

On the Go: "Adoption Agency"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/9/69)

On the Go: “Ash Grove Coffee House”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/25/59)

On the Go: “Bank Cafe”  (CBS, 6/29/59)

On the Go: "Bowling Center"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/18/59)

On the Go: “Braceros”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1959)

On the Go: “Buckley School”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/30/60)

On the Go: "Cat Controversy"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/3/59)

On the Go: “Children's Hospital”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 59)

On the Go: "City of Hope"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/16/59)

On the Go: “Conley Family”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/18/59)

On the Go: "Dance Hall"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/7/60)

On the Go: "Epilepsy"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/15/60)

On the Go: "Exchange Students"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/7/59)

On the Go: "Father Cabrillo"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/8/59)

On the Go: "Follies Theater"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1/4/60)

On the Go: "Fountain of the World"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 2/22/60)

On the Go: "Fortune Tellers"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/31/59)

On the Go: “Freedom Fighters”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/19/60)

On the Go: “Gold Prospecting”  (KNXT, 5/30/60)

On the Go: “Goodwill Industries”  (KNXT, 7/17/59)

On the Go: "Grand Hotel"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/2/60)

On the Go: "Health Hut"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/24/59)

On the Go: “Hearing Foundation”  (CBS, 1959)

On the Go: "Helicopter Demonstration"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/26/59)

On the Go: “Hospitality Hostess”  (KNXT, 1960)

On the Go: “Indoor Sports”  (KNXT, 6/1/1960)

On the Go: "Jack Tar Hotel"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/13/60)

On the Go: “Jolie Gabor”  (KNXT, 3/24/60)

On the Go: “Julius Sumner Miller”  (KNXT, 6/16/60)

On the Go: “Jungleland”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/6/59)

On the Go: “Jr. Miss Universe”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/20/59)

On the Go: “L.A. County Hospital”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1959)

On the Go: "LA Goldondrina"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/1/59)

On the Go: "Largo"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1959)

On the Go: “Lido Hotel”  (KNXT, 3/25/60)

On the Go: "Little Tokyo"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1/11/60)

On the Go: "Marineland"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 4/29/59)

On the Go: "Narcotic Treatment Center"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/17/60)

On the Go: "Nelson Home"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/2/59)

On the Go: "New Giza"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/3/59)

On the Go: “Norwalk Hospital”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1960)

On the Go: “Ordeal in the Desert”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/10/60)

On the Go: "Pacific Ocean Park"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/29/59)

On the Go: "Polio Warning"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 4/25/60)

On the Go: “Radiation Family”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1960)

On the Go: "Reiss-Davis Clinic"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/25/59)

On the Go: "Roseland"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/27/59)

On the Go: “San Francisco Earthquake Survivors”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/23/60)

On the Go: “San Quentin Prison”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/10/60)

On the Go: "Santa Monica Roller Rink"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/29/59)

On the Go: "Santa's Village"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/17/59)

On the Go: "School for Songwriters"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/17/60)

On the Go: “Skid Row”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1959)

On the Go: "Street Gangs"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/17/59)

On the Go: "Studio Club"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/1/59)

On the Go: "Swiss Restaurant"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/15/59)

On the Go: “Synanon”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/24/59)

On the Go: "Synanon Revisited"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/19/59)

On the Go: "Theatre Mart"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/27/59)

On the Go: “The Three Stooges”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 4/5/60)

On the Go: "Tijuana Border"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/11/59)

On the Go: "Tin Can Beach"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/9/59)

On the Go: "Uprooted Family"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/27/60)

On the Go: "Venice West #1"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/29/59)

On the Go: “Venice West #2”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/30/59)

On the Go: "Veteran's Hospital"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/26/59)

On the Go: "Vincent Price"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/30/60)

On the Go: “Vitas Paulekas”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/16/60)

On the Go: “Watt's Tower”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1959)

On the Go: "Women Wrestlers" (KNXT, Los Angeles, 4/22/60)

On the Go: "Ziegfeld Club"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/4/59)

On the Go: "Zygmunt Wilk"  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/9/59)

One Night Stand: “Night Life in New York”  (Syndicated, 1959)

One Night Stand: “Portrait of Della Reese”  (Syndicated, 1959)

One Night Stand: With Woody Herman  (Syndicated, 1959)

Open End: With Secretary of State Dean Rusk  (Syndicated, 4/1966)

Open End: “Harlem Teenagers”  (Syndicated, 1966)

Open End: “Jerry Lewis Uncensored” Parts 1 & 2 (Syndicated, 9/26/65 & 10/3/65)

Open End: “This Year on Broadway”  (Syndicated, 1959)

Open End: “Who's Trying to Kill the Nightclub Business?”  (Syndicated, 1964)

Open for Discussion: “Skid Row”  (Syndicated, 11/21/65)

Open Line  (WTOP, Washington, D.C., 1967)

Operation Thanks: Part 1 and 2  (KFMB-TV, 1968)

The Other Washington (WRC, Washington, DC, 5/31/67)

Out of the Shadows  (KNBC, Los Angeles, 6/26/70)


P - Q

Panorama Pacific:   (KNXT, 12/31/62)

Passaic… The Birthplace of Television & the Dumont Story  (Dumont, 1951)

Password  (ABC, 9/28/73)

Paul Lynde at the Movies  (ABC, 3/24/79)

The Perry Como Show  (NBC, 12/22/56)

Perspective: “Journey to a Pine Box”  (WRC, Washington, D.C., 8/16/69)

Pet Set: Show #5  (Syndicated, 1971)

Pet Set: Show #7  (Syndicated, 1971)

Pet Set: Show # 8  (Syndicated, 1971)

Pet Set: Show # 12  (Syndicated, 1971)

Pet Set: Show # 13  (Syndicated, 1971)

The Pied Piper of Astroworld  (ABC, 12/28/68)

Play of the Week: “Archie and Mehitabel”  (Syndicated, 5/16/60)

Play of the Week: “Back to Back”  (Syndicated, 11/2/59)

Play of the Week: “Black Monday”  (Syndicated, 1/16/61)

Play of the Week: “Burning Bright”  (Syndicated, 10/26/59)

Play of the Week: “The Cherry Orchard”  (Syndicated, 12/28/59)

Play of the Week: “Climate of Eden”  (Syndicated, 2/29/60)

Play of the Week: “Four by Tennessee”  (Syndicated, 2/1/60)

Play of the Week: “The Grass Harp”  (Syndicated, 3/28/60)

Play of the Week: “The House of Bernarda Alba”  (Syndicated, 6/6/60)

Play of the Week: “In a Garden”  (Syndicated, 4/10/61)

Play of the Week: “Juno and the Paycock”  (Syndicated, 2/1/60)

Play of the Week: “The Master Builder”  (Syndicated, 3/21/60)

Play of the Week: “A Month in the Country”  (Syndicated, 11/9/59)

Play of the Week: “Night of the Auk”  (Syndicated, 5/2/60)

Play of the Week: “No Exit / The Indifferent Lover”  (Syndicated, 2/27/61)

Play of the Week: “The Old Foolishness”  (Syndicated, 3/6/61)

Play of the Week: “The Power and the Glory”  (Syndicated, 10/19/59)

Play of the Week: “Rashomon”  (Syndicated, 12/12/60)

Play of the Week: “Seven Times Monday”  (Syndicated, 1960)

Play of the Week: “Simply Heavenly”  (Syndicated, 12/7/59)

Play of the Week: “Strindberg on Love”  (Syndicated, 1/25/60)

Play of the Week: “Two by Saroyan”  (Syndicated, 11/71/60)

Play of the Week: “Waiting for Godot”  (Syndicated, 4/3/61)

Play of the Week: “The Wingless Victory”  (Syndicated, 4/17/61)

Play of the Week: “The World of Sholem Aleichem”  (Syndicated, 12/14/59)

Play of the Week: "Waiting for Godot"  (Syndicated, 4/3/61)

Playhouse 90: "Alas Babylon"  (CBS, 4/3/60)

Playhouse 90:  “Days of Wine and Roses”  (CBS, 10/2/58)

Playhouse 90:  “Days of Wine and Roses” [re-broadcast]  (CBS, 9/17/59)

Playhouse 90:  “The Nutcracker”  (CBS, 12/25/58)

The Politics and Comedy of Woody Allen  (PBS, 2/21/72)

Pontiac Star Parade: “Spirit of the Alamo”  (ABC, 11/14/60)

Potpourri  (KCET, Los Angeles, 3/11/68)

Presente: “Harvest of Shame Revisited”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1981)

Prologue to the Past  (KCET, Los Angeles, 8/8/74)

Queen for a Day: Show # 179-64  (ABC, 9/3/64)

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Ralph Story's A.M. Show: Compliation for Los Angles Area Emmy Awards  (KABC, Los Angeles, 1971)

Ralph Story's A.M. Show: Compliation for Los Angles Area Emmy Awards  (KABC, Los Angeles, 1972)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles  (KNXT, 2/9/69)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles  (KNXT, 12/15/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #48  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1/26/65)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #56  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/23/65)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #84  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/21/65)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #89  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/26/65)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #95  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 2/6/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #99  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/6/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #112  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/5/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #113  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/12/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #122  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/2/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #126  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/30/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #127  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/6/66)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #146  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/26/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #147  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 4/16/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #151  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/20/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #156  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/17/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #163  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/17/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #164  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/24/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #165  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/1/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #166  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/8/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #168  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/22/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #171  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 11/12/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #174  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/3/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #175  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/16/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #176  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/17/67)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #183  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 2/4/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #184  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 2/11/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #187  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/3/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #188  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 3/10/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #197  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 6/9/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #201  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 7/14/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #205  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 9/22/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #216  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 12/8/68)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #231  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 4/13/69)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #234  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/4/69)

Ralph Story's Los Angeles: Show #236  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/18/69)

Rape  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1972)

The Rape of Paulette  (WBBM, Chicago, 5/23/74)

Rapid Transit, Mass Confusion  (KNBC, Los Angeles, 5/16/67)

Rebels with a Cause  (KABC, Los Angeles, 12/11/66)

The Red Skelton Show  (CBS, 9/29/59)

Reflecciones: Compilation for Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KABC, Los Angeles, 1973)

Remember how Great  (NBC, 2/9/61)

Repertoire Workshop: “Edwin Booth”  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/8/65 and 8/15/65)

Repertory Theatre, USA: “Don Juan in Hell”  (Syndicated, 4/14/65)

The Revlon Revue: “Maurice Chevalier”  (CBS, 2/4/60)

The Rich Little Show  (NBC, 9/3/75)

Richard M. Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev: “Kitchen Debate,” United States Exhibition Hall, International Trade Exposition, Moscow  (7/24/59)

The Richard Pryor Special?  (NBC, 5/5/77)

The Robert K. Dornan Show: With Attorney General John Mitchell  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 10/17/71)

The Robert K. Dornan Show: With Vice President Spiro T. Agnew  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 7/25/70)

The Robert Klein Show  (NBC, 5/29/81)

Robert Montgomery Presents the Johnson's Wax Program: “Harvest”  (NBC, 11/23/53)

Rod Serling's Wonderful World of…: “Propaganda”  (KXNT, Los Angeles, 3/8/70)

Rona Barrett's Hollywood: Pilot  (1964)

The Rosey Grier Show  (KABC, Los Angeles, 12/20/69)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #9-68  (KABC, Los Angeles, 7/27/68)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #17-68  (KABC, Los Angeles, 9/21/68)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #18-68  (KABC, Los Angeles, 9/28/68)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #39  (KABC, Los Angeles, 2/22/69)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #42-69  (KABC, Los Angeles, 10/18/69)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #86  (KABC, Los Angeles, 3/28/70)

The Rosey Grier Show: Show #107  (KABC, Los Angeles, 1970)

The Rowan and Martin Show: Pilot  (KGO, San Francisco, 1964)

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Salute to KCET/28: “Dedication Dinner, Beverly Hilton Hotel”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1/29/65)

Salute to KCET/28: “Dedication Presentation”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1/28/65)

The Sam Yorty Show: With Richard M. Nixon  (KHJ, Los Angeles, 12/17/67)

Saucepans and the Single Girl: With Michele Lee  (1968)

Saucepans and the Single Girl: With Tom Smothers  (1968)

Shakespeare Loves Rembrandt: Pilot  (NBC, 6/12/74)

Shindig: "The Wide World of Entertainment"  (ABC, 12/18/65)

Shindig: "The Wide World of Entertainment"  (ABC, 1/1/66)

Six Days in July (WWJ, Detroit, 1967)

Sixty Minutes: “Agnew and the Press”  (CBS, 11/25/69)

The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: Excerpt. Elaine May/Tom Smothers Censorship Sketch: Dress Rehearsal & Air  (CBS, 4/9/67)

The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour: Excerpt. Pete Seeger Singing “Big Muddy”  (CBS, 3/2/69)

The Smothers Brothers Show: Show #10  (NBC, 5/19/75)

The Smothers Brothers Show: Show #13 ( NBC, 4/28/75)

The Smothers Brothers Summer Show: Show #7  (ABC, 7/8/70)

The Smothers Brothers Summer Show: Show #2  (ABC, 7/15/70)

The Smothers Brothers Summer Show: Show #9  (ABC, 9/2/70)

Social Security in Action: Andy Griffith Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Beulah Bondi Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Conrad Nagel Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Diane Baker Interview  (Syndicated, 1964)

Social Security in Action: Harold Llyod Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Hoagy Carmichael Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Jane Russell Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Max Steiner Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Pual Ford Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Ray Bolger Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Ricardo Montalban Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Ruth Warrick Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Social Security in Action: Vance Colvig Interview  (Syndicated, 1965)

Son-in-Law: Pilot  (NBC, 1980)

The Sonny and Cher Show: “The Sonny and Cher Years,” Part 2  (CBS, 11/28/73)

The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour: Show #0312  (CBS, 12/5/73)

The Soupy Sales Hour: Pilot  (ABC, 11/66)

The Special Gentry Two  (Syndicated, 7/71)

A Special Sesame Street Christmas  (PBS, 12/8/78)

Speculation: “A Conversation with Alfred Hitchcock”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 12/10/69)

Speculation: “A Conversation with Dalton Trumbo”  (KCET, Los Angeles, 12/10/70)

Speculation: “Conversation with Ed Kienholz”  (Syndicated, 5/6/71)

Speculation: “A Conversation with Ed Kienholz and Claes Oldenburg”  (Syndicated, 3/24/70)

Speculation: “A Conversation with Groucho Marx”  (Syndicated, 8/25/67)

The Split Image  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 4/15/63)

Spoon River  (RKO General Subscription TV, 11/4/63; Act 1 and Intermission Discussion)

Spoon River  (CBS, 4/21/69; Dress Rehersal)

Stand up for America  (1964)

Standard TV News Roundup  (WOWT, Omaha, 1/17/62)

The Stanley Kramer Special  (CICA, Ontario, Canada, 1971)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 7/30/56)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 4/8/57)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 3/31/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 4/7/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 4/21/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 5/26/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 6/2/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 6/9/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 7/28/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 8/4/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 9/1/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 10/6/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 10/13/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 10/20/58)

Stars of Jazz  (KABC, Los Angeles, 12/15/58)

Stella Adler and the Actor  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 7/13/64)

Stereoscope: “Dr. Loriene Chase Interviews Linda Lovelace”  (1973)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 6/29/62)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 8/20/62)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 8/21/62)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 8/24/62)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 10/19/62)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 11/6/62)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 3/27/63)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 3/29/63)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 4/3/63)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 11/21/63)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 12/5/63)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 12/20/63)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 1/21/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 1/31/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 3/6/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 3/10/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 3/13/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 3/17/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 4/8/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 5/7/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 6/2/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 6/12/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 8/11/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 9/16/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 9/18/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 9/21/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 9/22/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 9/25/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 10/16/64)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 7/22/69)

The Steve Allen Show  (Syndicated, 8/6/69)

Storefront: "Compilation for Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards"  (KCET, 1973)

Storefront: “Soul Radio and the Black Community”  (KCET, 1973)

Super Vision: Tales of Television: “Birth on an Industry”  (PBS, 11/4/76)

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The T.A.M.I. Show: Nine Years Later  (PBS, 3/28/73)

T.J.’s: Pilot  (ABC, 1965)

Talk Back: Show #18  (KABC, Los Angeles, 10/10/64)

Talk Back: Show #25  (KABC, Los Angeles, 12/19/64)

Teaching for Responsible Behavior: “An Introduction”  (1977)

Tell it like it is  (KPRC, Houston, 1968)

Tempo: Compilation for Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KHJ, Los Angeles, 1968)

Tempo: Compilation for Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards  (KHJ, Los Angeles, 1970)

That's Entertainment: 50 Years of MGM  (ABC, 5/29/74)

This is Your Life: “Hanna Bloch Kohner”  (NBC, 5/27/53)

This is Your Life: “Ilse Stanley”  (NBC, 11/2/55)

This is Your Life: "Judge Arthur Kaplan"  (Syndicated, 11/26/83)

This is Your Life: “Sara Veffer”  (NBC, 3/19/61)

[Toad KPIX-TV Video Art Compilation]  (KPIX-TV, c. 1969)

To Tell the Truth: Show #0251  (Syndicated, 1970)

A Toast to Jerome Kern  (NBC, 9/22/59)

Tomorrow Show: Show #4-126  (NBC, 1/29/74)

The Tommy Banks Show: Excerpt. With Frankie Howerd  (CBC, Canada, 1972)

Tony McBride  (KDKA, Pittsburgh, 9/5/67)

Torch Time 1963: Excerpts (WTAE, Pittsburgh, 1963)

Turn On: Show #2  (ABC, 1969)

TVTV Looks at the Oscars  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1977)

TVTV Show  (NBC, 5/1/77)



The Unbroken Circle: A Tribute to Mother Maybelle Carter (CBS, 11/28/79)

The Unhappy Hunting Ground Revisited  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 10/2/77)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Big Laugh”  (CBS, 1/24/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Bitter Sex”  (CBS, 1/27/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Don't Shake the Family Tree”  (CBS, 5/15/63)

The United States Steel Hour: “Far From the Shade Tree”  (CBS, 1/10/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “Farewell to Innocence”  (CBS, 11/28/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Golden Thirty”  (CBS, 8/9/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Inner Panic”  (CBS, 9/12/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “Little Lost Sheep”  (CBS, 11/1/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Little Tin God”  (CBS, 4/22/59)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Other Woman”  (CBS, 5/15/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “Male Call”  (CBS, 8/8/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “A Man for Oona”  (CBS, 5/2/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “Man on a Mountaintop”  (CBS, 11/15/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Man who Knew Tomorrow”  (CBS, 9/21/60)

The United States Steel Hour: “Night Run to the West”  (CBS, 11/1/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Operation Northstar”  (CBS, 12/28/60)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Perfect Accident”  (CBS, 2/21/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “Queen of the Orange Bowl”  (CBS, 1/13/60)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Secrets of Stella Crozier”  (CBS, 3/20/63)

The United States Steel Hour: “Shadow of a Pale Horse”  (CBS, 7/20/60)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Shame of Paula Marsten”  (CBS, 4/19/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Street of Love”  (CBS, 9/20/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Summer Rhapsody”  (CBS, 5/3/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “The Two Worlds of Charlie Gordon”  (CBS, 2/22/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Wanted: Someone Innocent”  (CBS, 10/17/62)

The United States Steel Hour: “Watching out for Dulie”  (CBS, 7/12/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Welcome Home”  (CBS, 3/22/61)

The United States Steel Hour: “Woman Across the Hall”  (CBS, 8/23/61)

Up Through the Ranks  (KTLA, 7/28/68)


V - Z

Venice: A News and Public Affairs Special  (KCET, Los Angeles, 1973)

The Very Personal Death of Elizabeth Schell Holt-Hartford  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 1972)

Vietnam: The Village War  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 8/14/66)

Visions: “El Corrido”  (PBS, 11/4/76)

Visions: "Freeman"  (PBS, 10/9/77)

Visions: "The Gold Watch"  (PBS, 11/11/76)

Visions: "The Great Cherub Knitwear Strike"  (PBS, 11/25/76)

Visions: "It's the Willingness"  (PBS, 1/19/80)

Visions: "The Phantom of the Open Hearth"  (PBS, 12/23/76)

Visions: “Scenes from the Middle Class”  (PBS, 12/15/76)

Visions: “Shoes and String”  (PBS, 1/12/80)

Visions: "Tapestry" and "Circles"  (PBS, 12/30/76)

Visions: “Two Brothers”  (PBS, 10/21/76)

We Two: Pilot  (CBS, 1972)

What's it all About, World?: Show #1  (ABC, 2/6/69)

What's my Line?  (CBS, 9/7/58)

Why is it So?: “The Properties of Moving Air”  (1968)

WHY is it So?: “The Push of the Quiet Air”  (1968)

Why Me?  (KNXT, Los Angeles, 5/13/74)

Willowbrook: The Last Great Disgrace (WABC, New York, 2/22/72)

The Wizardry of OZ  (KCET, Los Angeles, 8/20/79)

World Music: "Burt Bacharach"  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 8/4/60)

Wrangler: “Incident at the Bar M”  (KTLA, Los Angeles, 8/4/60)

Yo Soy Chicano  (PBS, 8/14/72)

Youth Court  (KTLA, 2/20/60)

Zenith Presents Television's 25th Anniversary Special  (ABC, 9/10/72)

The Zsa Zsa Gabor Show  (KCOP, Los Angeles, 1969)

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