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SECTION 3

 

CLASSIC TV / CURRENT TV

 

12 O'CLOCK HIGH 39 DVD 1964 - 1967 78 EPISODES - FULL SERIES - STARRING Frank Overton, Paul Burke, Chris Robinson - MOST ARE BLK AND WHITE - LATER EPISODES IN COLOR - MOST HAVE FULL MENU -- IN ORDER MOST WITH AIR DATE - DIRECTED BY QUINN MARTIN ----EXCELLENT PICTURE -----This series chronicled the adventures, in the air and on the ground, of the men of the 918th Bombardment Group of the U.S. Eighth Air Force. First commanded by irascible General Frank Savage, and later by Colonel Joe Gallagher, the son of a Pentagon General. The group is stationed in England, and flies long-range bombing missions into German-held Europe.--------NO TV LOGOS

 

 

 

40 ACRE FEUD 1 DVD - 1965 FEATURE FILM excellent picture (FAMOUS COUNTRY MUSIC STARS IN THIS FLICK) --Bill Anderson ... Claude Casey ... , Bob Corley ... Skeeter Davis ... Roy Drusky ... Eddie Hill ... Ferlin Husky ... George Jones ... Hugh X. Lewis ... Loretta Lynn ... Jan Moore ... Minnie Pearl ... Ray Price ... Del Reeves ... Sam Tarpley ... There's a plot about a local election and a redistricting dispute, but that's just a device to keep the comedy coming, and OF COURSE there is a "show" and a talent promoter which provides the excuse for the many fine musical performances from performers as diverse as "Whisperin" Bill Anderson (how I miss not seeing him regularly anymore!) and the late Skeeter Davis,

 

 

77 SUNSET STRIP

1958-1964

103 DVD 206 EPISODES --FULL SERIES

MOST ALL EPISODES FROM DIGITAL BROADCAST FROM CABLE CHANNEL ME TV

A FEW EPISODES FROM GOOD LIFE CHANNEL

MENU WITH EPISODE SELECT

SHARP / CRISP / BLACK AND WHITE

 

COMMERCIALS EDITED OUT

 

ALSO AVAIL ARE THE 3 "SISTER" SERIES

HAWAIIAN EYE 54 DVD - 126 OUT OF 134 SHOWS

SURFSIDE SIX 15 DVD

BOURBON STREET BEAT 19 DVD

 

 

SEASON ONE 34 EPISODES 17 DISCS

 

DISC 1

 

S1 E1 "Girl on the Run" (PILOT EPISODE)

S1 E2 "Lovely Lady, Pity Me"

 

DISC 2

 

S1 E3 "A Nice Social Evening"

S1 E4 "Casualty"

 

DISC 3

 

S1 E5 "The Bouncing Chip"

S1 E6 "Two and Two Make Six"

 

DISC 4

 

S1 E7 "All Our Yesterdays"

S1 E8 "The Well-Selected Frame"

 

DISC 5

 

S1 E9 "Iron Curtain Caper"

S1 E10 "Vicious Circle"

 

DISC 6

 

S1 E11 "One False Step"

S1 E12 "The Court Martial of Johnny Murdo"

 

DISC 7

 

S1 E13 "Hit and Run"

S1 E14 "Not an Enemy in the World"

 

DISC 8

 

S1 E15 "The Secret of Adam Cain"

S1 E16 "The Girl Who Couldn't Remember"

 

DISC 9

 

S1 E17 "Dark Vengeance"

S1 E18 "Conspiracy of Silence"

 

DISC 10

 

S1 E19 "Eyewitness"

S1 E20 "Lovely Alibi"

 

DISC 11

 

S1 E21 "In Memoriam"

S1 E22 "The Fifth Stair"

 

DISC 12

 

S1 E23 "The Pasadena Caper"

S1 E24 "Hong Kong Caper"

 

DISC 13

 

S1 E25 "A Check Will Do Nicely"

S1 E26 "The Grandma Caper"

 

DISC 14

 

S1 E27 "Honey from the Bee"

S1 E28 "Abra-Cadaver"

 

DISC 15

 

S1 E29 "A Bargain in Tombs"

S1 E30 "The Widow Wouldn't Weep"

 

DISC 16

 

S1 E31 "Downbeat"

S1 E32 "Canine Caper"

 

DISC 17

 

S1 E33 "Mr. Paradise"

S1 E34 "Strange Girl in Town"

 

77 SUNSET STRIP SEASON 2 36 EPISODES 18 DISCS

 

DISC 18

 

S2 E1 "Only Zeroes Count"

S2 E2 "The Kookie Caper"

 

DISC 19

 

S2 E3 "Six Superior Skirts"

S2 E4 "Clay Pigeon"

 

DISC 20

 

S2 E5 "Thanks for Tomorrow"

S2 E6 "Sing Something Simple

 

DISC 21

 

S2 E7 "The Treehouse Caper"

S2 E8 "Out of the Past"

 

DISC 22

 

S2 E9 "The Widow and the Web"

S2 E10 "Secret Island"

 

DISC 23

 

S2 E11 "The Texas Doll"

S2 E12 "Vacation with Pay"

 

DISC 24

 

S2 E13 "The Jukebox Caper"

S2 E14 "Created He Them"

 

DISC 25

 

S2 E15 "Collector's Item"

S2 E16 "Switchburg"

 

DISC 26

 

S2 E17 "The One That Got Away"

S2 E18 "Ten Cents a Death"

 

DISC 27

 

S2 E19 "Who Killed Cock Robin"

S2 E20 "Condor's Lair"

 

DISC 28

 

S2 E21 "The Starlet"

S2 E22 "Safari"

 

DISC 29

 

S2 E23 "Blackout"

S2 E24 "Return to San Dede (The Desert Story)"

 

DISC 30

 

S2 E25 "Return to San Dede (Capital City)"

S2 E26 "Publicity Brat"

 

DISC 31

 

S2 E27 "The Fix"

S2 E28 "Legend of Crystal Dart"

 

DISC 32

 

S2 E29 "Stranger Than Fiction"

S2 E30 "Genesis of Treason"

 

DISC 33

 

S2 E31 "Fraternity of Fear"

S2 E32 "Spark of Freedom"

 

DISC 34

 

S2 E33 "Perfect Setup"

S2 E34 "Sierra"

 

DISC 35

 

S2 E35 "The Silent Caper"

S2 E36 "Family Skeleton"

 

 

SEASON 3 39 EPISODES + EPIS. S4 E1 ON LAST DISC 20 DISCS

 

DISC 36

 

1. S3 E1 "Attic"

2. S3 E2 "The Fanatics"

 

DISC 37

 

3. S3 E3 "The President's Daughter"

4. S3 E4 "The Office Caper"

 

DISC 38

 

5, S3 E5 "The Widescreen Caper"

6. S3 E6 "The Negotiable Blonde"

 

DISC 39

 

7. S3 E7 "The Laurel Canyon Caper

8. S3 E8 "Double Trouble"

 

DISC 40

 

9. S3 E9 "Trouble in the Middle East"

10. S3 E10 "The Duncan Shrine"

 

DISC 41

 

11. S3 E11 "The Double Death of Benny Markham"

12. S3 E12 "The Antwerp Caper"

 

DISC 42

 

13. S3 E13 "The Affairs of Adam Gallante"

14. S3 E14 "The Valley Caper"

 

DISC 43

 

15. S3 E15 "The Dresden Doll"

16. S3 E16 "The Rice Estate"

 

DISC 44

 

17. S3 E17 "The Hamlet Caper"

18. S3 E18 "The Man in the Mirror"

 

DISC 45

 

19. S3 E19 "The College Caper"

20. S3 E20 "Mr. Goldilocks[5]"

 

DISC 46

 

21. S3 E21 "The Corsican Caper"

22. S3 E22 "Once Upon a Caper"

 

DISC 47

 

23. S3 E23 "Strange Bedfellows"

24. S3 E24 "Face in the Window"

 

DISC 48

 

25. S3 E25 "Tiger by the Tail"

26. S3 E26 "The Space Caper"

 

DISC 49

 

27. S3 E27 "Open and Close in One"

28. S3 E28 "The Legend of Leckonby"

 

DISC 50

 

29. S3 E29 "Old Card Sharps Never Die"

30. S3 E30 "Vamp 'til Ready"

 

DISC 51

 

31. S3 E31 "The Common Denominator"

32. S3 E32 "The 6 Out of 8 Caper"

 

DISC 52

 

33. S3 E33 "The Celluloid Cowboy"

34. S3 E34 "The Eyes of Love"

 

DISC 53

 

35. S3 E35 "Designing Eye"

36. S3 E36 "Caper in E Flat"

 

DISC 54

 

37. S3 E37 "Hot Tamale Caper: Part I"

38. S3 E38 "Hot Tamale Caper: Part II"

 

DISC 55

 

39. S3 E39 "The Positive Negative[6]"

40. S4 E1 "The Rival Eye Caper"

 

 

77 SEASON 4 EPIS 2-41 20 DISCS

 

DISC 56

 

1. S4 E2 "The Desert Spa Caper

2. S4 E3 "The Man in the Crowd

 

DISC 57

 

3. S4 E4 "The Inverness Cape Caper"

4. S4 E5 "The Lady Has the Answers"

 

DISC 58

 

5. S4 E6 "The Unremembered"UYT

6. S4 E7 "Big Boy Blue"

 

DISC 59

 

7. S4 E8 "The Cold Cash Caper"

8. S4 E9 "The Missing Daddy Caper"

 

DISC 60

 

9. S4 E10 "The Turning Point"

10. S4 E11 "The Deadly Solo"

 

DISC 61

 

11. S4 E12 "Reserved for Mr. Bailey"

12. S4 E13 "The Navy Caper"

 

DISC 62

 

13. S4 E14 "Bullets for Santa"

14. S4 E15 "The Chrome Coffin"

 

DISC 63

 

15. S4 E16 "The Down Under Caper"

16. S4 E17 "Mr. Bailey's Honeymoon"

 

DISC 64

 

17. S4 E18 "Penthouse on Skid Row"

18. S4 E19 "The Diplomatic Caper"

 

DISC 65

 

19. S4 E20 "The Bridal Trail Caper"

20. S4 E21 "Brass Ring Caper"

 

DISC 66

 

21. S4 E22 "The Bel Air Hermit"

22. S4 E23 "The Parallel Caper"

 

DISC 67

 

23. S4 E24 "Twice Dead"

24. S4 E25 "Jennifer"

 

DISC 68

 

25. S4 E26 "The Baker Street Caper"

26. S4 E27 "The Long Shot Caper"

 

DISC 69

 

27. S4 E28 "Violence for Your Furs"

28. S4 E29 "The Pet Shop Caper"

 

DISC 70

 

29. S4 E30 "The Steerer

30. S4 E31 "Ghost of a Memory"

 

DISC 71

 

31. S4 E32 "The Disappearance"

32. S4 E33 "The Lovely American"

 

DISC 72

 

33. S4 E34 "The Gemmologist Caper"

34. S4 E35 "Flight from Escondido"

 

DISC 73

 

35. S4 E36 "Dress Rehearsal"

36. S4 E37 "Framework for a Badge"

 

DISC 74

 

37. S4 E38 "Pattern for a Bomb"

38. S4 E39 "Upbeat"

 

DISC 75

 

39. S4 E40 "Nightmare"

40. S4 E41 "The Gang's All Here"

 

77 SUNSET STRIP SEASON 5 36 EPISODES 18 DISCS

 

DISC 76

 

1. S5 E1 "The Reluctant Spy"

2. S5 E2 "Leap, My Lovely"

 

DISC 77

 

3. S5 E3 "Terror in a Small Town"

4. S5 E4 "The Raiders"

 

DISC 78

 

5. S5 E5 "The Floating Man"

6. S5 E6 "The Catspaw Caper"

 

DISC 79

 

7. S5 E7 "Wolf! Cried the Blonde"

8. S5 E8 "The Dark Wood"

 

DISC 80

 

9. S5 E9 "Shadow on Your Shoulder"

10. S5 E10 "Adventure in San Dede"

 

DISC 81

 

11. S5 E11 "The Odds on Odette"

12. S5 E12 "The Snow Job Caper"

 

DISC 82

 

13. S5 E13 "Falling Stars

14. S5 E14 "The Tarnished Idol"

 

DISC 83

 

15. S5 E15 "Scream Softly, Dear"

16. S5 E16 "Terror in Silence"

 

DISC 84

 

17. S5 E17 "Crash Out!"

18. S5 E18 "The Night Was Six Years Long"

 

DISC 85

 

19. S5 E19 "Six Feet Under"

20. S5 E20 "Escape to Freedom"

 

DISC 86

 

21. S5 E21 "Dial 'S' for Spencer"

22. S5 E22 "Nine to Five"

 

DISC 87

 

23. S5 E23 "Stranger from the Sea"

24. S5 E24 "The Man Who Wasn't There"

 

DISC 88

 

25. S5 E25 "Flight 307"

26. S5 E26 "Target Island"

 

DISC 89

 

27. S5 E27 "Reunion at Balboa"

28. S5 E28 "Walk Among Tigers"

 

DISC 90

 

29. S5 E29 "The Left Field Caper"

30. S5 E30 "The Heartbeat Caper"

 

DISC 91

 

31. S5 E31 "To Catch a Mink"

32. S5 E32 "Lady in the Sun"

 

DISC 92

 

33. S5 E33 "Our Man in Switzerland"

34. S5 E34 "Your Fortune for a Penny"

 

DISC 93

 

35. 35 E35 "The Checkmate Caper"

36. S5 E36 "Never to Have Loved"

 

77 SUNSET STRIP SEAS 6 2X2 10 DISCS

 

DISC 94

 

1. S6 E1 "5: Part 1"

2. S6 E2 "5: Part 2"

 

DISC 95

 

3. S6 E3 "5: Part 3"

4. S6 E4 "5: Part 4"

 

DISC 96

 

5. S6 E5 "5: The Conclusion"

6. S6 E6 "White Lie"

 

DISC 97

 

7. S6 E7 "88 Bars"

8. S6 E8 "Don't Wait for Me"

 

DISC 98

 

9. S6 E9 "By His Own Verdict"

10 .S6 E10 "Deposit with Caution"

 

DISC 99

 

11. S6 E11 "The Toy Jungle"

12. S6 E12 "The Fumble"

 

DISC 100

 

13. S6 E13 "Bonus Baby"

14. S6 E14 "Paper Chase"

 

DISC 101

 

15. S6 E15 "Lovers' Lane"

16. S6 E16 "Alimony League"

 

DISC 102

 

17. S6 E17 "Not Such a Simple Knot"

18. S6 E18 "The Target"

 

DISC 103

 

19. S6 E19 "Dead as in 'Dude'

20. S6 E20 "Queen of the Cats"

Last episode of the series

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABBOTT & COSTELLO 1 DVD 34 BURLESQUE ROUTINES COMPILATION FROM TV SERIES 1952...menu with select, excellent picture, black & white, a compilation of Bud and Lou's Burlesque routines as performed on the first (and best) season of their TV show in 1952... 1. Who's On First; 2. Insomnia; 3. Crazy House; 4. Loafing; 5. Floogle Street; 6. Jonah and the Whale; 7. Mustard; 8. Buzzing the Bee; 9. Lemon Bit; 10. Niagara Falls; 11. Alexander 4444; 12. Hertz U Drive; 13. Pack Unpack; 14. Moving Candle; 15. Mudder Fodder; 16. All Right; 17. Rubdown; Great Quality!..PLUS MANY MORE

 

ABBOTT & COSTELLO 4 DVD COLGATE COMEDY HOUR... menu with episode select and extras... VOLUME 1... SHOW 1... JANE RUSSELL & RHONDA FLEMING, CONNIE HAINES, BERYL DAVIS, BABY MISTIN, NESTOR PAIVA, BENNY RUBIN, JIM HATWARD... SHOW 2... GEORGE RAFT, LOUIS ARMSTRONG... SHOW 3... GALE STORM, PHIL REGAN, MURRAY LEONARD, JOE SILVER... SHOW 4... ERROL FLYNN, RHONDA FLEMING, BRUCE CABOT, SID FIELDS, JOE KIRK, THE PIED PIPERS...

 

 

VOLUME 2... SHOW 1... HOAGY CARMICHAEL, THERESA BREWER, AMIN BROTHERS... SHOW 2... LES PAUL & MARY FORD, JANIK & ARNAUT, FRED DARIAN, THE PIED PIPERS, VEOLA VONN... SHOW 3... LIZABETH SCOTT

 

VOLUME 3... SHOW 1... MARGARET WHITING, THE NICHOLAS BROTHERS, BUSTER SHAVER AND OLIVE, TOM & JERRY... SHOW 2... MONIQUE VAN VOOREN, VERA ZORINA, TONY BAVAAR, THE ASHTONS, SPORT MORGAN... SHOW 3... HOAGY CARMICHAEL, PEGGY LEE, RICKY VERA...

 

 

VOLUME 4 (FROM A DIFFERENT SET)... AFRICA SCREAMS, JACK & THE BEANSTALK, COLGATE COMEDY HOUR GUEST STAR CHARLES LAUGHTON PLUS EXTRAS

 

ABBOTT & COSTELLO SHOW 5 DVD COMPLETE 1st SEASON... menu with episode select... crystal picture, 26 episodes

 

ABBOTT & COSTELLO SHOW 5 DVD COMPLETE 2nd SEASON... menu with episode select... crystal picture, 22 episodes

 

ABC TV 4 HISTORIC NEWCASTS 1969-1974 --MENEU WITH SHOW SELECT -- 10/16/69 METS WIN WORLD SERIES , 12/4/70 FRANK REYNOLDS LAST NEWCAST - 6/2/72 CALIFORNIA PRIMARY PREVIEW - 8/9/74 FORD SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT -- PRESIDENT NIXON LEAVES OFFICE --ALL BLACK AND WHITE PICTURE --VG PICTURE WITH SLIGHT GRAIN

 

ABC SILVER ANNIVERSARY TV SPECIAL Broadcast Jan.31,1978 4 hr. 1978 Special on 2 discs .....VG WITH SLIGHT GRAIN / COLOR BLEED DEPENDING ON LIGHTING INCLUDES Appearances by Julie Andrews, Michael Ansara, Ed Asner, Robert Blake, George Sanford Brown, James Brown, Paul Burke, The Captain & Tenille, The Carpenters, David Carradine, Characters from Sid & Marty Krofft, Charo, Dick Clark, Dennis Cole, Michael Cole, Chuck Connors, Howard Cosell, John Denver, Barbara Eden, Vince Edwards, Lola Falana, Howard Duff, John Forsythe, Steve Forrest, Jodie Foster, Annette Funicello, Frank Gifford, David Hartman, Billie Hayes, Hal Holbrook, Kate Jackson, Keith Jackson, Gabe Kaplan, Kaptain Kool and the Kongs, Jack Kelly, Alan King, Cissy King, The King Cousins, Cheryl Ladd, The Lennon Sisters, Hal Lindon, Peggy Lipton, Fred MacMurray, Dotty Mack, Barry Manilow, Clayton Moore, Penny Marshall, Jim McKay, Ed McMahon, Kristy McNichol, David Nelson, Harriet Nelson, Rick Nelson, Nick Nolte, Hugh O’Brien, HR Pufnstuf, Vincent Price, Pattie Page, Cliff Robertson, Cesar Romero, Robert Stack, Jaclyn Smith, Peter Straus, Marlo Thomas, John Travolta, Leslie Uggams, Rudy Vallee, Brenda Vaccaro, Ben Vereen , Abe Vigoda, Clint Walker, Burt Ward, John Wayne, lawrence Welk, Adam West, Billy Dee Williams, Clarence Williams III, Robert Young, Henry Winkler, Ephram Zimbalist JR.

 

 

 

ABC-TV 40TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 120 MINUTES, VG PICTURE, Broadcast 5/21/94 with original commercials on ABC.With hosts Tim Allen, Brett Butler, Dick Clark, John Forsythe, Judith Light, Susan Lucci, Jim McKay, Bob Saget, Cybill Shepherd, Peter Strausse, Jerry Van Dyke, Henry Winkler, Barbara Walters + more.

 

ABC MOVIE OF THE WEEK 19 DVD COLLECTION...

VOLUME 1... CROWHAVEN FARM (1970) Hope Lange... An aura of mystery and tales of supernatural activity surround Crowhaven Farm, when it comes into the possession of Ben and Maggie Porter, a couple moving to the farm to try for a chance to save their troubled marriage. Maggie immediately senses that all is not right, and that perhaps the farm's reputation for being haunted by restless spirits and being the home of an ancient coven of witches is true;

 

 

VOLUME 2... BAD RONALD (1974) Scott Jacoby... Jacoby, a nerdy high school youth, accidently kills a neighbor's young daughter. Panicking mother Kim Hunter fears the police will not believe that it was an accident. She moves her son into a bathroom that she turned into a secret hiding place. After her death, a new family moves in. In the mean time, Ronald has gotten lost in a fantasy world created in his own head from being hidden away for so long;

 

 

 

VOLUME 3... NIGHT TERROR (1977) Valerie Harper... While en-route to her ill son's bedside, a woman witnesses the murder of a highway patrol officer. Pursued by the killer, she flees across the miles of barren land between Phoenix and Denver;

 

 

 

VOLUME 4... THE SPELL (1977) Lee Grant... Rita Matchett, 15 years old, lives in an ordinary town, attends an ordinary high school and wants to lead an ordinary life. But Rita is far from being an ordinary teenager: she is somehow possessed of the supernatural power to inflict horror upon the people around her - just by thinking it!

 

 

 

VOLUME 5... SATAN'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (1973) Kate Jackson... After her sister supposedly commits suicide, a young woman poses as a student in order to attend the same private girls' school and finds herself battling a satanic cult;

 

 

 

VOLUME 6... KILLER BEES (1974) Gloria Swanson... A strong-willed woman not only dominates her family of California winegrowers, but also has a strange hold on a colony of bees in her vineyard;

 

 

 

VOLUME 7... GET CHRISTIE LOVE! (1974) PILOT... Get Christie Love! is a 1974 made-for-television film starring Teresa Graves as an undercover female police detective who is determined to overthrow a drug ring;

 

 

VOLUME 8... THE IMMORTAL (1970) PILOT... Test driver Ben Richards discovers his blood contains every immunity known to man -- in effect making him immortal. When an elderly billionaire named Maitland learns of Richards' condition, he hires mercenary Fletcher to track Richards all over the country, capture him, and bring him back to Maitland's estate for periodic transfusions. Stars Christopher George;

 

 

 

VOLUME 9... RUN SIMON RUN (1970)... Burt Reynolds stars in this TV-movie as a Papago Indian, who returns to his people after serving a long sentence for a crime he didn't commit. To clear himself of the murder of his own brother, Reynolds begins a long and bloody search for the actual killer. Also stars Inger Stevens in her last movie role;

 

 

 

VOLUME 10... DUEL (1971)... Duel is a 1971 television movie about a motorist (played by Dennis Weaver) on a remote and lonely road being stalked by a large tanker truck and its mostly unseen driver. It was the first feature film directed by Steven Spielberg and was written by Richard Matheson based on his own short story;

 

 

 

VOLUME 11... THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN (1973) PILOT... Thie Six Million Dollar Man TV show was a sci-fi series about astronaut Colonel Steve Austin who was critically injured while testing a lunar lander for NASA. Luckily for him, the U.S. Government also had a program developing machine-replacement body parts! They replaced both of his legs and his right arm with "super-powered" mechanical ones. He also got a new left eye with telescopic vision! As a cyborg (part-human, part-machine), Colonel Austin used his powers to fight the enemies of the United States and free people everywhere! Starring Lee Majors;

 

 

 

VOLUME 12... THE GIRL WHO CAME GIFT WRAPPED (1974)... A small-town beauty queen is hired, as a joke, as a "birthday present" for a magazine publisher. Stars Karen Valentine & Richard Long;

 

 

 

VOLUME 13... STARSKY & HUTCH (1975) PILOT... Two streetwise cops bust criminals in their red-and-white Ford Torino with the help of the police and a snitch called Huggy Bear;

 

 

 

VOLUME 14... GIDGET GROWS UP (1969)... After two years of college abroad, Gidget returns to Santa Monica. She discovers that the letters she wrote to her boyfriend Jeff, intended to make him jealous, have backfired, and her attempts to patch things up with him are rebuffed. Inspired by a speech she hears on television made by the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, she hops a bus to New York City to work for the United Nations. She meets the Ambassador, who finds her a job, but because she has only two years of college education, the best position the United Nations will offer her is tour guide. She meets and has a fling with Alex MacLaughlin, an Australian Agronomist who finds her and two of her fellow employees an inexpensive Greenwich Village apartment, managed by the eccentric Louis B. Latimer, a grown child actor has-been attempting a comeback as an independent film director. Gidget has a number of comical and romantic adventures before being reunited with former boyfriend Jeff. Stars Karen Valentine;

 

 

 

VOLUME 15... THE POINT (1971)... An animated story of an unusual kingdom in which everything and everybody is pointed - except for a young boy named Oblio. Despite his round head, Oblio has many friends. But an evil Count, jealous that Oblio is more popular than his own son, says that without a pointed head, Oblio is an outlaw. Along with his faithful dog Arrow, Oblio is exiled to the Pointless Forest. There, he has many fantastic experiences (including encounters with a 3-headed man, giant bees, a tree in the leaf-selling business, and a good-humored old rock). From his adventures, Oblio learns that it is not at all necessary to be pointed to have a point in life. Music composed and performed by Harry Nilsson ("Me and My Arrow"), who also wrote the story;

 

 

 

VOLUME 16... ALIAS SMITH & JONES (1971) PILOT... Alias Smith and Jones is a Western television show starring Pete Duel as Hannibal Heyes and Ben Murphy as Kid Curry, a pair of Western outlaws trying to reform.

 

 

VOLUME 17... WONDER WOMAN (1974)... On Paradise Island, which is inhabited by a race of superhuman women, the beautiful Diana is instructed by her Queen Mother to leave the serenity of the island and assist the world in its battle against evil. Shortly after leaving the island, Diana adopts the alias of Diana Prince and acquires a job as secretary to Steve Trevor, a U.S. government agent, in Washington, D.C. In this pilot telefilm, Diana attempts to recover stolen books that contain the names of American agents from Abner Smith, a diabolical criminal who seeks $5 million ransom for them. Starring Cathy Lee Crosby;

 

 

 

VOLUME 18... LONGSTREET (1971) PILOT... Longstreet was a television show starring James Franciscus as insurance investigator Mike Longstreet. After a bomb hidden in a champagne bottle kills his wife, Ingrid, and leaves him blind, the title character pursues and captures the killers. He then continues his career as an insurance investigator despite his blindness. Longstreet's seeing eye dog was a white German Shepherd called Pax;

 

 

 

VOLUME 19... MATT HELM (1975) PILOT... Stars Anthony Franciosa as a retired spy who becomes a private detective.

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 2010 360 minutes, crystal, includes 120 minutes of the E channel red carpet

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 2009 160 minutes, crystal clear

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 69th ANNUAL 1997... The 69th Academy Awards were dominated by movies produced by independent studios, financed outside of mainstream Hollywood, leading to 1996 being dubbed "The Year of the Independents". All but one of the nominees for Best Picture were low-budget independent movies (the next ceremony dominated by indie fims would be in 2006. 2008 was also dominated by independents). The big winner at the ceremony was Anthony Minghella's The English Patient, which had received 12 nominations and won 9 awards including Best Picture. Other notable movies to be honoured at the ceremony included Fargo, which had been nominated for 7 awards and won 2, Shine, which had been nominated for 7 awards and won just one, and Jerry Maguire, which had been nominated for 5 awards and also won just one.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 68th ANNUAL 3/25/96… The 68th Academy Awards were held on March 25, 1996, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. The show was hosted by Whoopi Goldberg. The ceremony was watched by 44.48 million viewers, with 30.5% of households tuning in. Despite controversy from the NAACP concerning what was deemed as a lack of attention to African-American actors by the Academy, this show was the one and only time an African-American (Quincy Jones) was hired to produce the show to date. Key moments in this presentation included Christopher Reeve making his first public appearance onstage after becoming paralyzed, and a Lifetime Achievement Award to Kirk Douglas (recovering from a stroke), and a tribute to Gene Kelly from Savion Glover (Kelly had died one month prior to the ceremonies). Best Documentary Feature winner Jon Blair introduced Miep Gies, the last survivor of the group of people who had sheltered Anne Frank and her family and 4 other people in their secret Amsterdam hiding place during World War II, and the person who had saved Anne Frank's now famous diary for posterity. The entire audience in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion gave Gies a lengthy standing ovation. Braveheart won five Oscars out of ten nominations including Best Picture. It is however, one of the few Best Picture winners that did not receive any acting nominations, a feat that would not be repeated until 2004, when The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was nominated for (and won) eleven Oscars, none of which were in an acting category. This year's ceremony was the last time the Special Achievement Academy Award was awarded, to the first CGI animated feature Toy Story from Pixar, for making the first CGI animated film. Also, Mira Sorvino's win for Best Supporting Actress for Mighty Aphrodite making her the second winner of Best Supporting Actress from a Woody Allen's film in a row, after last year Dianne Wiest also won Best Supporting Actress for Bullets Over Broadway, a Woody Allen film. The Best Documentary Feature and Best Documentary Short winners were both about the Holocaust. As of 2012 this is the last Oscars where all 4 acting winners were not in a Best Picture nominated film. Last time that happened was during the 42nd Academy Awards.

 

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 67th ANNUAL 3/27/95… The 67th Academy Awards, honoring the best films of 1994, were held on March 27, 1995 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California. They were hosted by comedian and talk show host David Letterman. The ceremony is perhaps best remembered for Letterman's performance as the host. Although some thought of him as different but good, most critics labeled his performance as terrible and vowed for him never to host the Oscars again. This negative criticism arose from Letterman's absurdist brand of comedy, and it would lead to Late Show with David Letterman losing in the ratings to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno by the summer of 1995. Letterman seems to have a sense of humor about it, however, because around Academy Award season he frequently references his lackluster appearance at the Academy awards on his show in a humorous tone. Forrest Gump won Best Picture, as well as an additional five Oscars, including Tom Hanks' second consecutive Academy Award for Best Actor. Hanks became only the second person in Oscar history to accomplish the feat of winning consecutive awards in the Best Actor category, the first being Spencer Tracy. Also, Jessica Lange, winner of the 1982 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Tootsie, won the Academy Award for Best Actress for Tony Richardson's last film, Blue Sky, joining an elite group of thespians who have won Oscars in both the supporting and lead categories. Dianne Wiest won her second Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Woody Allen film, becoming the first person to win two Oscars in the same category where the films were directed by the same person (she won another Best Supporting Actress in 1986 for Hannah and Her Sisters). This year had the rarity of producing a tie. When Tim Allen opened the envelope for Best Live Action Short, much to his surprise there was a tie. This is the last time (as of 2012) this has happened. The awards this year were also notable for the near inclusion of a documentary as Best Picture. The documentary category was then, as always, nominated by a special committee. The critically acclaimed film Hoop Dreams failed to make the documentary committee's short list, even though it was on more critics' top ten lists than any other film that year, including Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, The Shawshank Redemption, and Quiz Show. Many prominent critics, most notably Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert campaigned for Academy members to vote to nominate Hoop Dreams for Best Picture, something that had never happened before. The effort failed, yet Hoop Dreams was nominated for Best Film Editing, one of the few documentaries ever to be nominated in a craft category. This was only the second, and most recent, time in Oscar history where 3 of the 4 acting winners were repeats; the other time was during the 1938 Oscars. Interestingly enough, the only first timer was Martin Landau who was the oldest of the bunch.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 66th ANNUAL 3/21/94… The 66th Academy Awards were presented March 21, 1994, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The show was a landmark in that it featured a female African-American host for the first time, Whoopi Goldberg, and represented a direct contrast in edgy style from Billy Crystal who had hosted the show the previous four years. Schindler's List dominated the evening winning seven Oscars out of its 12 nominations, including Best Picture. Another big winner was The Piano, which received eight nominations and won three awards. Anna Paquin's win, at age 11, made her the second youngest competitive winner in Oscar history, the youngest being Tatum O'Neal, who won the award at age 10. Jane Campion became only the second woman in history to be nominated for Best Director. Although she did not win, she received the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. Kathryn Bigelow later became the first female to win the Best Director prize in 2010. Schindler's List became the first black and white film to win Best Picture in 33 years, the last one being The Apartment; and the last one to win before The Artist in 2012.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 65th ANNUAL 3/29/93 w/original commercials… The 65th Academy Awards were presented March 29, 1993 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. This was the fourth consecutive show hosted by Billy Crystal. Unforgiven won four Oscars out of nine nominations including Best Picture.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 64th ANNUAL 3/3/92… The 64th Academy Awards were presented March 30, 1992 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The show was the third consecutive to be hosted by Billy Crystal. When Jack Palance won Best Supporting Actor for his performance as Curly in City Slickers (which also starred Crystal), Palance's acceptance speech began with the joke "I crap bigger than him (Crystal)" -- a reference to a similar line in the film. Palance also used some of his speech time to prove his virility by performing one-handed push-ups. In mock retaliation for Palance's comment, Crystal peppered the remainder of the telecast with jokes about Palance performing spectacular feats. As a result, Crystal won an Emmy for hosting the show, although he later (in the documentary Get Bruce) credited Bruce Vilanch for providing him many of the Palance jokes. The Silence of the Lambs won the five major awards out of seven nominations, becoming only the third film to accomplish the feat of winning the "Top Five", after It Happened One Night (1934) and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975). This year's ceremony made Academy Award History as Beauty and the Beast was nominated for Best Picture, the first time an Animated Feature Film was bestowed with such an honor. The Picture garnered a total of six nominations in four different categories, eventually collecting two awards for its Music (Best Original Score and Original Song, for "Beauty and the Beast"). An animated feature wouldn't be nominated for Best Picture again until 2009. It also became one of the few films to be nominated for Best Picture despite no nominations in any directing, acting, or writing categories. The Silence of the Lambs was the last Best Picture winner to take home only major Oscars (no tech or music awards) until A Beautiful Mind. The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award was presented to George Lucas by the crew of the space shuttle Atlantis during the STS-45 mission, which also included an actual Oscar statuette aboard the spacecraft.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 63rd ANNUAL 3/25/91 w/original commercials… The 63rd Academy Awards were presented March 25, 1991 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. The show was hosted by Billy Crystal. The prominent winner was Dances with Wolves which earned seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. Kathy Bates and Jeremy Irons won Best Actress and Actor, Joe Pesci won Best Supporting Actor, and Whoopi Goldberg was named Best Supporting Actress, making history by becoming the first African-American actress since Hattie McDaniel in 1939 to win an Academy Award. Seven members of Reba McEntire's band and her road manager were among 10 who died in a March 16, 1991 plane crash near San Diego, California. There was a minor controversy over her decision to perform on the Academy Awards a week after the crash. But she appeared on the show to dedicate the nominated song, I'm Checking Out from the film Postcards from the Edge, to her fallen band members. During the performance, McEntire was visibly emotional. For this telecast host Billy Crystal won two Emmys, for writing and for his hosting performance.

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 62nd ANNUAL 3/26/90 w/original commercials… The 62nd Academy Awards were presented March 26, 1990 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. The venue, half the size of the one used the previous year, prompted Gil Cates (the producer of the telecast) and Karl Malden (the president of the Academy) to put a memo to "our friends in the industry" in the March 13th edition of the Daily Variety saying "Please understand: the tickets are gone" and pointing out that "next year we'll be back in comparatively spacious quarters, and then we'll try to find room for every Academy member who wants to attend, and maybe even some of the aunts, archbishops, and visitors from Abu Dhabi who are your houseguests that weekend." The event, billed as Around the World in 3½ Hours - The 62nd Academy Awards Presentation, featured live segments from five other cities around the globe: Buenos Aires, Argentina; London, United Kingdom; Moscow, Soviet Union (featuring Jack Lemmon and Natalya Negoda announcing the Oscar nominees for best foreign film); Sydney, Australia; and Tokyo, Japan. This was the first telecast hosted by Billy Crystal; he would host the show eight more times over the next twenty-two years. Crystal opened the ceremony with a song about the nominees for best picture, something he would do for every ceremony he hosted.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 61st ANNUAL 3/29/89 w/original commercials… The 61st Academy Awards were presented on Wednesday, March 29, 1989 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles. The date had been moved from its usual Monday telecast due to Easter, which was on March 26. For this show, there was no "official" host as the show opened with a stage-show featuring Merv Griffin, Snow White and Rob Lowe. Another change was that the producers attempted to change the traditional line "And the winner is..." to "And the Oscar goes to...". This broadcast is also noted for being the final public appearance of actress Lucille Ball, who died less than one month later.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 60th ANNUAL 4/11/88… The 60th Academy Awards were presented April 11, 1988 at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California. The ceremony was the first to be held there since the 20th Academy Awards. The 1988 Writers Guild of America strike, which began on March 7, were mentioned several times during the evening: host Chevy Chase claimed his "entire monologue was generously donated by five Teamsters" and Sean Connery referred to the strike in his acceptance speech. Billy Wilder was rewarded The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award. The event was otherwise dominated by two films. The Last Emperor won all nine Oscars for which it was nominated, including two for Bernardo Bertolucci, who won for his direction and for co-writing the screenplay, adapted from the title character's autobiography. It did so in spite of having been "snubbed by several Hollywood studios and mishandled by the company (Columbia Pictures) that finally distributed it." Moonstruck, nominated for six Academy Awards, received three, two in acting categories (for Cher and Olympia Dukakis), and another for its original screenplay. Four films with five or more nominations were shut out: Broadcast News, Hope and Glory, Fatal Attraction, and Empire of the Sun. Janet Maslin, reviewing the ceremony for The New York Times, said the ceremony "emphasiz[ed] the low-gloss aspects of today's Hollywood"—a lack of gloss made particularly evident by the appearance of presenters Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, who stood out like "visiting royalty".

 

 

 


ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 59th ANNUAL 3/30/87… The 59th Academy Awards were presented March 30, 1987 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn, and Paul Hogan. This ceremony was notable for being the last in 23 years to have multiple hosts, until the 82nd Academy Awards were hosted by Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. Hannah and Her Sisters won both Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, the last film to win both supporting acting categories until 2011, when The Fighter achieved this. The film also won Best Writing - Original Screenplay. An interesting thing to note is that Best Actress winner Marlee Matlin became the first (and only as of 2012) deaf Oscar winner.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 58th ANNUAL 3/24/86… The 58th Academy Awards, honoring the best film for 1985, were held on March 24, 1986 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. They were hosted by Alan Alda, Jane Fonda and Robin Williams. The ceremony was watched by 38.93 million viewers, tying the 78th Academy Awards as the third-lowest rated telecast since 1966. The 80th Academy Awards still holds the distinction of the least watched ceremony of 31.76 million.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 57th ANNUAL 3/25/85… The 57th Academy Awards were presented March 25, 1985 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Jack Lemmon. This ceremony is best-remembered for perhaps the most quoted and famous Academy Award acceptance speech ever. Upon winning the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in Places In The Heart, Sally Field exclaimed, "The first time I didn't feel it, but this time I feel it, and I can't deny the fact that you like me, right now, you like me!" (often misquoted as "you really like me!") The winner of Best Supporting Actor was also significant. Haing S. Ngor, a Cambodian surgeon who survived the horrors of the Khmer Rouge, won the award for his performance as Dith Pran in Roland Joffe's The Killing Fields, despite having no previous acting experience. Ngor and Harold Russell are the only two non-professional actors to win Academy Awards for acting. 77 year-old Peggy Ashcroft won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in A Passage to India, making her the oldest winner in that category.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 56th ANNUAL 4/9/84 w/original commercials… The 56th Academy Awards were presented April 9, 1984 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Johnny Carson. The Best Supporting Actress winner this year was unique. 4' 9" Linda Hunt won the award for her role as Billy Kwan - a male Chinese-Australian photographer - in Peter Weir's The Year of Living Dangerously, making her the first actor to win an Oscar for playing a character of the opposite sex.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 55th ANNUAL 4/11/83… The 55th Academy Awards were presented April 11, 1983 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Liza Minnelli, Dudley Moore, Richard Pryor and Walter Matthau. The 55th Academy Awards was almost dominated by Gandhi which was nominated for 11 categories out of which winning 8. Louis Gossett, Jr. became the first African-American actor to win Best Supporting Actor for his performance as the tough and principled drill sergeant Emil Foley in An Officer and a Gentleman. Meryl Streep won her first Best Actress award. She had been nominated the year before for The French Lieutenant's Woman and would be nominated another thirteen times in the next thirty years. Streep had previously won the Best Supporting Actress award in 1979 for Kramer vs Kramer.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 54th ANNUAL 3/29/82 w/original commercials… The 54th Academy Awards were presented March 29, 1982 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Johnny Carson. Chariots of Fire was the surprise winner (with a leading 12 nominations Reds had been expected to win) of the Best Picture Oscar. It was the first time in 13 years that a British film won the Academy's top honor. Next year's winner, Gandhi, was also a British production. Henry Fonda won his only competitive Oscar this year, as Best Actor for On Golden Pond. At 76 years of age, Fonda became the oldest winner in the Best Actor category in Academy history. The only other nomination he received in his career was Best Actor for his performance in The Grapes Of Wrath 41 years ago - a record gap between acting nominations. His co-star, Katharine Hepburn, won her fourth Best Actress award that year, beating her own record for most amount of Best Actress wins by any actress. This year's nominations also marked for the very first time that three different films were nominated for the "Top Five" Academy Awards: Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress and Screenplay. The three films were On Golden Pond, Atlantic City and Reds. However, none of them won the Best Picture prize, losing to Chariots of Fire. This also marked the first year that the award for Best Makeup was presented; the winner was Rick Baker for his work on An American Werewolf In London.

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 1981 195 minutes, excellent quality, a little grainy... hosted by Johnny Carson & it was postponed due to Reagan assassination attempt the day before

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD AWARDS SHOW 1980 240 minutes, very good, a little grainy & mono sound

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 51st ANNUAL AWARDS SHOW DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILION LOS ANGELES CA 4/9/79, reddish and a little grainy but watchable. Hosted by Johnny Carson. Notably, the two "front-runners" for Best Picture - "Coming Home" and "The Deer Hunter" - were anti-war films that reflected the nation's growing resentment over the Vietnam War. John Wayne, who would die of stomach cancer two months later, made his final public appearance to present the Oscar to the producers of "The Deer Hunter". This was also the final public appearance of Jack Haley, who died one month after presenting the Best Costume Design award with his co-star from "The Wizard of Oz", Ray Bolger. This was the first of several consecutive ceremonies presided over by host Carson; introducing him on this broadcast, the announcer identified him as "John Carson". As of 2011 this is the earliest Oscars where all 4 acting winners are still alive.

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 50th ANNIVERSARY SHOW DOROTHY CHANDLER PAVILION LOS ANGELES CA 4/3/78, vg with slight grain. Hosted by Bob Hope for the eighteenth and last time. Two of the year's biggest winners were "Star Wars", which swept the technical categories with wins in 7 out of 10 of it's nominations, and "Annie Hall", winning 4 out of 5 of it's nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Director. This show is also notable for a very politically-charged acceptance speech by Vanessa Redgrave. "The Turning Point" set the record for most nominations without a win, with 11 nominations; this record was previously held by "Peyton Place" and "The Little Foxes" which both had 9. "Turning Point" and "The Color Purple" are tied for this record to this day.

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 2 DVD 49th ANNUAL 3/28/77… The 49th Academy Awards were presented March 28, 1977, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Richard Pryor, Jane Fonda, Ellen Burstyn and Warren Beatty. This Academy Awards ceremony is notable for Peter Finch becoming the first posthumous winner of an Oscar for acting, a feat matched only by Heath Ledger 32 years later. Beatrice Straight set another record by becoming the actor with shortest performance ever in a film to win an acting Oscar, with only five minutes and forty seconds of screentime in Network.

 


ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1966 38th ACADEMY AWARDS, COLOR - excellent picture - 90 minutes - ABC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS - The 38th Academy Awards, honoring the best in film for 1965, were held on April 18, 1966, at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. They were hosted by Bob Hope. - The ceremony was broadcast on the ABC network and was the first to be broadcast live in color. - The two most nominated films were The Sound of Music and Doctor Zhivago, each with ten nominations and five wins. The winner of Best Picture was 20th Century Fox's and Robert Wise's The Sound of Music, adapted from the Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway musical. Both movies are in the top 10 inflation-adjusted commercially successful films ever made,[1] and both would appear 33 years later on the American Film Institute list of the greatest American films of the 20th Century. - The Sound of Music was the first Best Picture winner without a writing nomination since Hamlet; it would be the last until Titanic at the 70th Academy Awards. - Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Johnson, attended the Academy Awards presentation and was escorted by actor George Hamilton - Date April 18, 1966 - Site Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California, Host - Bob Hope, Producer Joe Pasternak, Director Richard Dunlap, Highlights - Best Picture - The Sound of Music - Most awards Doctor Zhivago and The Sound of Music (5) - Most nominations Doctor Zhivago and The Sound of Music (10) - TV in

 

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 36th ANNUAL ABC-TV 4/13/1964 - Hosted by Jack Lemmon. Best Picture Nominees: Tom Jones, Cleopatra, Lilies Of The Field, How The West Was Won, and America, America. In black and white. 2 hours, with original commercials.

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1963 35th ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - ONLY 25 minutes, ABC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS - he 35th Academy Awards, honoring the best in film for 1962, were held on April 8, 1963 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California, hosted by Frank Sinatra. - ate April 8, 1963 - Site Santa Monica Civic Auditorium - Host Frank Sinatra - Producer Arthur Freed - Director Richard Dunlap - Highlights - Best Picture Lawrence of Arabia - Most awards -Lawrence of Arabia (7) - Most nominations Lawrence of Arabia (10), TV in the United States - Network ABC

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1962 34th ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - 84 minutes, ABC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS The 34th Academy Awards, honoring the best in film for 1961, were held on April 9, 1962 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. They were hosted by Bob Hope; this was the seventh time Hope hosted the Oscars. - Legendary filmmaker Federico Fellini received his first Best Director nomination for his film La Dolce Vita, though the movie itself failed to garner a nomination for Best Picture. - Sophia Loren became the first actor or actress to win for an acting Oscar for a non-English-speaking role. -- Date April 9, 1962 - Site Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California - Host Bob Hope - Producer Arthur Freed- Director Richard Dunlap - Highlights - Best Picture West Side Story, Most awards West Side Story (10) - Most nominations Judgment at Nuremberg and West Side Story (11) - TV in the United States -Network ABC

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1961 33RD ACADEMY AWARDS The 34th Academy Awards, honoring the best in film for 1961, were held on April 9, 1962 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. They were hosted by Bob Hope; this was the seventh time Hope hosted the Oscars., Legendary filmmaker Federico Fellini received his first Best Director nomination for his film La Dolce Vita, though the movie itself failed to garner a nomination for Best Picture. Sophia Loren became the first actor or actress to win for an acting Oscar for a non-English-speaking role.

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1960 32ND ACADEMY AWARDS

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1959 31ST ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - INTRO SAYS 120 MIN BROADCAST ---BUT THIS DISC IS 51 minutes - NBC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS - The 31st Academy Awards ceremony was held on April 6, 1959, to honor the best films of 1958. The show's producer, Jerry Wald, started cutting numbers from the show to make sure it ran on time. He cut too much material and the ceremony ended 20 minutes early, leaving Jerry Lewis to attempt to fill in the time. Eventually, NBC cut to a re-run of a sports show., The film Gigi won nine Oscars, breaking the previous record of eight (set by Gone with the Wind and tied by From Here to Eternity and On the Waterfront). It would be short-lived, however, as Ben-Hur broke the record with eleven Oscars the following year. - Gigi was the last film until The Last Emperor to win Best Picture without any acting nominations. It also had the biggest clean sweep that would be met by The Last Emperor, winning all 9 of its nominations. The record was broken in 2003 by The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King with all 11 of its nominations, also another record of most Oscar wins with Ben-Hur and Titanic. - The ceremony was hosted by an ensemble of actors: Jerry Lewis, Mort Sahl, Tony Randall, Bob Hope, David Niven, and Laurence Olivier. Niven won Best Actor that night, making him the only host in Oscar history to have won an award during the same ceremony. - Date April 6, 1959 - Site Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, USA, Host Jerry Lewis, Mort Sahl, Tony Randall, Bob Hope, David Niven, Laurence Olivier, Producer Jerry Wald - Director Alan Handley - Highlights - Best Picture Gigi - Most awards Gigi (9) - Most nominations The Defiant Ones and Gigi (9), TV in the United States - Network NBC

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1958 30TH ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - 41 minutes, 1ST LIVE BROADCAST - NBC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS - 1957's best films were honored at the 30th Academy Awards, held on 26 March 1958. - The Oscar for Writing Based on Material From Another Medium was awarded to Pierre Boulle for The Bridge on the River Kwai, despite the fact that he did not know English. The actual writers, Carl Foreman and Michael Wilson were blacklisted at the time and did not receive screen credit for their work. Foreman and Wilson have since been acknowledged by the Academy for their contributions. - Joanne Woodward's win for Best Actress for her triple role as Eve White, Eve Black and Jane in The Three Faces of Eve marked the film as the last film to win Best Actress without being nominated for other awards. This was broken 31 years later when Jodie Foster won Best Actress for her role in The Accused, the film's only nomination. - Peyton Place tied the record for the most nominations without a single win (9) with The Little Foxes. It would not be broken until 1977 when The Turning Point received 11 nominations without a win, which has not been broken since, though The Color Purple subsequently tied the record. Peyton Place also set the record for most unsuccessful acting nominations with five; this record has been tied once, by Tom Jones at the 36th Academy Awards. - It was the first time the ceremonies were broadcast live.This was the first time all five Best Picture nominations were nominated for Best Director as well.

 

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1957 29TH ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - 50 minutes, NBC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS - During the 29th Academy Awards, the regular competitive category of Best Foreign Language Film was introduced, instead of only being recognized as a Special Achievement Award or as a Best Picture nominee (as in 1938). The first winner in this new category was Federico Fellini's La strada with Anthony Quinn and a second nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Its win would help spur an interest in foreign-language films. Another Fellini film, Nights of Cabiria would win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in the following year., This was also the first year that all of the five Best Picture nominees were in color. It was also the first Oscar telecast to be videotaped for later broadcast, especially for those network affiliates that didn't want to broadcast the event live. All of the major awards winners were large-scale epics - Mike Todd's Around the World in 80 Days, The King and I, Anastasia, Giant, Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments (the highest grossing film of the year), King Vidor's War and Peace, and William Wyler's Friendly Persuasion. And the trend toward blockbusters and colorful spectaculars was established for years to come, with The Bridge on the River Kwai, Gigi, and Ben-Hur being subsequent Best Picture champions. The Best Original Story category had two interesting quirks this year. First, the Oscar for Best Original Story went to Robert Rich (also known as Dalton Trumbo) for The Brave One. Trumbo was blacklisted at the time so he could not get screen credit under his own name. Second, Edward Bernds and Elwood Ullman withdrew their names from consideration in this category for their work on High Society. The nomination was apparently intended for the musical starring Grace Kelly, but Bernds and Ullman had instead worked on a Bowery Boys movie of the same title. Indeed, this nomination was a double mistake. High Society was based on the play and movie The Philadelphia Story and probably would not have qualified as an original story anyway., It was here that James Dean became the only actor to receive a second posthumous – and consecutive – nomination for acting., Director John Ford's classic western The Searchers, widely seen as one of the best American films of all time, failed to receive a single nomination., This was the second time since the introduction of the Supporting Actor and Actress awards that Best Picture, Best Director, and all four acting Oscars were given to different films. This would not happen again until the 78th Academy Awards. Around the World in 80 Days became the sixth film to win Best Picture without any acting nominations. - Date 27 March 1957, Site RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, NBC Century Theatre
New York City, New York, Host Jerry Lewis, Celeste Holm - Producer - Valentine Davies, Director Bill Bennington, Max Miller, Highlights - Best Picture - Around the World in 80 Days - Most awards - Around the World in 80 Days and The King and I (5) - Most nominations Giant (10) - TV in the United States - Network NBC

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1956 28TH ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - 65 minutes, NBC BROADCAST -- BASIC FACTS - The 28th Academy Awards were presented at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Marty, a simple and low-budget film usually uncharacteristic of Best Picture awardees, became the shortest film (as well as the second Palme d'Or winner) to win the top honor. - Date March 21, 1956, Site RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, NBC Century Theatre, New York City, New York, Host Jerry Lewis (Los Angeles), Claudette Colbert (New York), Joseph L. Mankiewicz (New York), Producer Robert Emmett Dolan, Director George Seaton, Highlights , Best Picture Marty, Most awards Marty (4), Most nominations Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, Marty and The Rose Tattoo , TV in the United States, Network NBC

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD AWARDS SHOW 3/30/55, blk & white, 90 minutes, vg picture

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1954 26TH ACADEMY AWARDS sharp crisp blk and white - 59 minutes, NBC BROADCAST (1952 WAS 1ST TV BROADCAST) -- BASIC FACTS he 26th Academy Awards honored the best in films of 1953. The second national telecast of the Awards show drew an estimated 43 million viewers. Shirley Booth, appearing in a play in Philadelphia, presented the Best Actor award through a live broadcast cut-in, and privately received the winner's name over the telephone from co-host Donald O'Connor. (Actor Fredric March co-hosted from New York City.) Gary Cooper filmed his presentation of the Best Actress award in advance on a set in Mexico, with O'Connor announcing the winner's name. All the major winners in this year were black-and-white films. The big winner was Fred Zinnemann's From Here to Eternity, with thirteen nominations and eight awards including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Screenplay (Daniel Taradash), Best Cinematography (Burnett Guffey), Best Sound, and Best Film Editing. All five of its major actors and actresses were nominated, with secondary players Donna Reed and Frank Sinatra taking home Oscars. The candid film was based on James Jones' controversial, best-selling novel about Army life on a Hawaiian (Oahu) military base just prior to the Pearl Harbor attack and World War II, illustrating the conflict between an individualistic private (Montgomery Clift) and rigid institutional authority (exemplified by the Army). Its achievement of eight awards matched the then record held by Gone with the Wind (1939). The record would be tied again the following year by On the Waterfront (1954). Walt Disney won four awards, which remains the record for the most Oscars won in the same year. William Holden's speech for Best Actor for his role in Stalag 17 was simply "Thank You", making it one of the shortest speeches ever; the TV broadcast had a strict cutoff time which forced Holden's quick remarks. The frustrated Holden personally paid for advertisements in the Hollywood trade publications to thank everyone he wanted to on Oscar night. He also remarked that he felt that either Burt Lancaster or Montgomery Clift should have won the Best Actor Oscar for From Here to Eternity, instead of him. Date March 25, 1954, Site RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California - NBC Century Theatre
New York City, New York - Host donald O'Connor (Los Angeles) - Fredric March (New York City) - Highlights - Best Picture from Here to Eternity Most awards From Here to Eternity (8) - Most nominations From Here to Eternity (13)
TV in the United States Network NBC

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 25th ANNUAL 3/19/53… The 25th Academy Awards ceremony was held on March 19, 1953. It took place at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California and the NBC International Theatre in New York City. It was the first Academy Awards ceremony to be televised and the first ceremony to be held in Hollywood and New York City simultaneously. It was also the only year that the New York ceremonies were to be held in the International Theatre on Columbus Circle, which was shortly thereafter demolished and replaced by the New York Coliseum convention center.

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 24th ANNUAL 1952 ..75 MINUTES, COLOR , VG / EXCELLENT PICTURE

 

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1951 23RD ACADEMY AWARDS -- COLOR - excellent picture , 71 minutes, even has red carpet arrivals footage, BASIC FACTS The 23rd Academy Awards Ceremony awarded Oscars for the best in films in 1950. The nominations were notable this year, as All About Eve was nominated for fourteen Oscars, beating the previous record of thirteen set by Gone with the Wind. Sunset Boulevard became the second film with nominations in every acting category not to win a single one (after My Man Godfrey in 1936). This would not happen again until American Hustle was shut out at the 86th Academy Awards. - Date march 29, 1951, Site RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, Host Fred Astaire, Highlights, Best Picture All About Eve - Most awards All About Eve (6), Most nominations All About Eve (14)

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1950 22ND ACADEMY AWARDS -- sharp crisp blk and white - 78 minutes, seems to be like a feature for movie theater BASIC FACTS the 22nd Academy Awards Ceremony awarded Oscars for the best in films in 1949. This was the last year for which all five Best Picture nominees were in black and white. March 23, 1950 - Site RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, Host paul Douglas - Highlights - Best Picture All the King's Men
Most awards The Heiress (4) - Most nominations The Heiress (8)

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1949 21st ACADEMY AWARDS -- sharp crisp blk and white - 56 minutes, seems to be like a feature for movie theater -- BASIC FACTS features numerous firsts. It was the first time a non-Hollywood production won Best Picture, Hamlet. It was the first time an individual (Laurence Olivier) directed himself in an Oscar-winning performance. Director John Huston directs two Oscar-winning performances in the same year for two different films: his father Walter Huston in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and Claire Trevor for Key Largo. The Huston family won three Oscars that evening. The ceremony was moved from the Shrine Auditorium to the Academy's own theater primarily because the major Hollywood studios had withdrawn their financial support in order to address rumors that they had been trying to influence voters.Jane Wyman became the first performer since the silent era to win an Oscar for a performance with no lines. Humphrey Bogart failed to receive a nomination for Best Actor in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, which is now considered one of the Academy’s greatest slights.This year introduced the award for Best Costumes presented by Elizabeth Taylor. Joan of Arc became the first film to receive 7 nominations without being nominated for Best Picture. Hamlet became the fifth film to win Best Picture without a screenwriting nomination; the next to do so would be The Sound of Music at the 38th Academy Awards. -----------Date March 24, 1949 , Site The Academy Theater, Hollywood, California, USA, Host Robert Montgomery, Highlights
Best Picture Hamlet Most awards Hamlet (4), Most nominations Johnny Belinda (12)

 

ACADEMY AWARDS 1 DVD 1948 (presented in 1949): Robert Montgomery, George Murphy, Ava Gardner, Louis Jourdan, Deborah Kerr, Glenn Ford, Ann Blyth, Jeanne Crain, Wendell Corey, Arlene Dahl, Susan Hayward, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Ryan, Kathryn Grayson, Celeste Holm, Walter Huston, Edmund Gwenn, Claire Trevor, Jean Hersholt, Fred Zinneman, Sid Grauman, Walter Wanger, Jerry Wald, Frank Borzage, John Huston, Loretta Young, Ronald Coleman, Jane Wyman, Ethel Barrymore, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

 

 

 

 

ADVENTURES OF THE FALCON 10 DVD 1954-55, Syndicated 32 OF THE 39 episodes produced Starring Charles McGraw as THE FALCON Espionage adventures of American agent Mike Waring, a.k.a. âhe Falcon, a popular character in the 1940s on radio and in films. VERY RARE AND HARD-TO-FIND TV SHOW

 

ADULT CELEBRITY HOME VIDEOS

 

6 DVD SPECIAL COLLECTION...Abi Titmuss,Janice and Vince Neil (11 Chapters), Keeley Hazell, Linni Meister, Noelia, Severina Vuckovic, Superhead (12 Chapters), Zahra Amir Ebrahim Allison Williams, Anna Jamp, Chu Mei Feng, Chyna, Jenna Lewis, Jennifer "Toastee" Toof, R. Kelly, Rebekah, Wanda Nara Adriana Lima, Gena Lee Nolin,Janet Jackson,Pamela Anderson with Tommy Lee, Pamela Anderson with Bret Michaels Alana Dante, Bam Margera,Jessica Sierra,Kerry Katona, Erica The Gymnist, Katie Price,Kim Kardashian (19 Chapters),Paris Hilton (1 One Night in Paris),Paris in Bathtub (3 Parts),Paris with Jason (2 Parts),Paris in Ibiza (4 Parts),Paris Topless Cameron Diaz,Chloe Sevigny Colin Farrell,Fred Durst,Karen Dejo,Meg White, Michelle Vieth, Mickie James, Mimi Macpherson,Tom Sizemore

 

 

1 DVD 100 MINUTES THESE ARE THE FAMOUS "HOME VIDEO'S" of the following people all on one disc : pamela anderson with brett michaels (vh1 rock of love)..pamela anderson with tommy lee, paris hilton "one night in paris, jenna lewis from survivor, and parts of the tonya harding honeymoon video

 

ADVENTURES OF BARON VON MUNCHAUSEN 1 DVD 1989 R.I.P THE BARON JOHN NEVILLE (DIED 11/19/11) Writer-director Terry Gilliam puts a fantastical spin on the stories of Baron Munchausen, an 18th-century German aristocrat who claimed he'd journeyed to the moon, been swallowed by a sea monster and other improbable feats. John Neville stars as the titular teller of tale tales alongside Eric Idle, Jonathan Pryce, Sarah Polley and Uma Thurman. The film received several Oscar nods -- including best art direction -- for its astounding visuals.Cast: John Neville, Eric Idle, Sarah Polley, Oliver Reed, Charles McKeown, Winston Dennis, Jack Purvis, Valentina Cortese, Jonathan Pryce, Bill Paterson, Peter Jeffrey, Uma Thurman, Ray B. Tutto, Alison Steadman, Don Henderson Director: Terry Gilliam

 

 

AFTER MASH 3 DVD COMPLETE SERIES 1983 / 1984 , menu with episode select, vg picture, The First Season episodes: 01- September of '53 - Aired 9/26/83, 02- Together again - Aired 9/26/83, 03- Klinger Vs. Klinger - Aired 10/3/83 , 04- Snap, Crackle, Plop - Aired 10/10/83 , 05- Staff Inspection - Aired 10/17/83 , 06- Night Shift - Aired 10/24/83 , 07- Shall We Dance - Aired 10/31/83 , 08- Littile Broadcast of '53 - 11/7/83 , 09- Sunday, Cruddy Sunday - 11/14/83 , 10- Thanksgiving of '53 - 11/21/83 , 11- Fallout - Aired 12/5/83 , 12- Bladder Day Saint - Aired 12/12/83 , 13- All About Christmas Eve - Aired 12/19/83 , 14- Chief Of Staff - Aired 1/2/84 , 15- C.Y.A. - Aired 1/9/84 , 16- Yours Truly - Max Klinger - Aired 1/16/84 , 17- It Had To Be You - Aired 1/23/84 ,18- Odds and Ends - Aired 1/30/84 , 19- Another Saturday Night - Aired 2/6/84 , 20- Fever Pitch - Aired 2/27/84 , 21- Up and Down Payments - Aired 3/12/84, The Second Season episodes: , 22- Less Miserables - Aired 9/23/84 , 23- Calling Doctor Habibi - Aired 9/25/84, 24- Strangers and Other Lovers - Aired 10/2/84, 25- Trials - Aired 10/9/84, 26- Madness To His Method - Aired 10/16/84 , 27- The Recovery Room - Aired 10/30/84 , 28- Ward is Hell - Aired 12/4/84, 29- Saturday's Heros - Aired 12/11/84 , 30- Wet Feet - Aired 12/18/84

 

 

AIRPLANE CRASHES 1 DVD VOLUMES 1 & 2 90 minutes, excellent / crystal picture from Aviation Video Library... for those of us who like "banned from TV" type stuff... faces of death, etc. The title says it all: stills and live footage. DON'T BE SHY, YOU KNOW YOU'RE CURIOUS! CUSTOMER COMMENT: My dad flew for Pan Am for 40 years, knew most of the crew in the Tenerife disaster (worst in history) and all of the crew killed in Lockerbie. Worried about him every flight he took and even I'M curious! You sold me!

 

 

 

ALLAN SHERMAN SPECIAL FUNNYLAND Broadcast 1/12/65 on NBC. "Hello Mudda, hello Fadda…" 58 minutes, blk & white, vg picture slight grain ORIGINAL COMMERCIALS with lorne greene, angie dickenson, jack gilford, ray charles singers

 

 

ALCOA THEATRE AND OTHER TV DRAMAS 4 DVD ALCOA THEATRE AND OTHER TV DRAMAS, ERROL FLYNN, JAMES MASON, ERNIE KOVACKS, JACK CARSON, LEW AYRES, STERLING HAYDEN, AGNES MOORHEAD, EDDIE ALBERT, CORNEL WILDE, JIM BACUS, GARY MERRILL and so many more. The quality of this set is a bit below or usual standards (between 7.5 and 8) but is more then acceptable and is the best you will find for this series. The rare nature of these stories makes it a must for those who love the long forgotten anthology shows. .....LAZARUS WALKS AGAIN - EDDIE ALBERT, HELLO CHARLIE - TONY RANDALL, I REMEMBER CAVIAR - PAT CRAWLEY, HIGH CLASS TYPE OF MONGREL - JACK CARSON, SMALL BOUQUET - HOWARD DUFF, MINISTER ACCUSED - STEVE FORREST,
THE LAST FLIGHT OUT - DOROTHY MALONE,THE GOLDEN SHANTY - ERROL FLYNN, MAN OF HIS HOUSE - AGNES MOORHEAD, THE TICKET - FRANCHOT TONE, THE TOWN BUDGET - JAMES WHITMORE, TOM, DICK AND HARRY - GENE NELSON, SWORD OF MARIUS - JAMES MASON, SHOW WAGON - CONNIE HINES, SQUEEZE PLAY - WILLIAM CAMPBELL, A LIGHT IN THE FRUIT CLOSET - STEVE DUNN, AUTHOR AT WORK - ERNIE KOVACKS, BIRTHRIGHT - ELI WALLACH, 333 MONTGOMERY - DeFOREST KELLEY,HOW?S BUSINESS - JACK CARSON, COAST TO COAST - CORNEL WILDE, STORY WITHOUT A MORAL - BRIAN AHERNE, CORPORTAL HARDY - LEW AYRES, POINTS BEYOND - STERLING HAYDEN, OPERATION SPARK - DAVID WAYNE, WAIT TILL SPRING - JEANNE CRAINE, SUCCESS STORY - JIM BACUS,OFFICE PARTY - NANCY KELLY, MARKDOWN FOR CONNIE - ELINOR DONAHUE,
ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER DOLLAR - JACK CARSON,
HOUSE ON AVENUE K - HENRY SILVA, 1ST STAR - JOHN CASSAVETES & JANET BLAIR,THE BEST WAY TO GO - GARY MERRILL =

 

ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENT 20 DVD 1985 -1989 VERSION --excellent picture , small chiller logo bottom right ..amazing list / mix of actors in this ...many at the end of their career .. and many just getting started out that are much more famous now --SEE IMDB --- This great quality 20 dvd set contains the entire runs of the 80’s Alfred Hitchcock ..Presents TV Series. It aired on NBC from 1985 to 1986 then on the USA Network from 1987 to 1989. The series was a combination of updated remakes of the 50’s TV series and newly filmed stories. Colorized footage of Alfred Hitchcock was used to introduce each episode. This great set also contains the full length 1985 TV Movie which served as a pilot for the subsequent series.

 

DVD ONE

 

Pilot TV Feature Film – 5/5/85 --WHICH ARE THE 4 EPISODES BELOW

 

Incident in a Small Jail - NED BEATTY

 

The Man from the South JOHN HUSTON, MELANIE GRIFFITH, STEVEN BAUER

 

Bang! You’re Dead - BILL MUMY (SPECIAL APPEARANCE)

 

An Unlocked Window - ANNETTE O'TOOLE

 

DVD TWO

 

Revenge – 9/29/85 - LINDA PURL, DAVID CLENNON, FRANCES LEE MCCAIN, HERBERT JEFFERSON JR

 

Night Fever – 10/6/85 - ROBERT CARRADINE, LISA PELIKAN, BASIL HOFFMAN, DEBI RICHTER, RICHARD FORONJY

 

Wake Me When I’m Dead – 10/20/85 - BARBARA HERSHERY, BRIAN BEDFORD, BUCK HENRY, REID SHELTON, GEORGE INNES, CAROLYN SEYMOUR

 

Final Escape – 10/27/85 - SEASON HUBLEY, GEORGE DICENZO, PATRICE DONNELLY, JERRY HERDIN, DAVIS ROBERTS

 

DVD THREE

 

The Night Caller – 11/3/85 - LINDA FIORENTINO, MICHAEL O'KEEFE, SANDRA BERNHARD

 

Method Actor – 10/10/85 - MARTIN SHEEN, ROBBY BENSON, MARILU HENNER, PARKER STEVENSON, BERNIE CASEY,

 

The Human Interest Story – 11/17/85 - JOHN SHEA, BARBARA WILLIAMS, JAMES CALLAHAN, RICHARD MARCUS, ALBERT POPWELL,

 

Breakdown – 12/1/85 JOHN HEARD, ANDY GARCIA, STEFAN GIERASCH,

 

DVD FOUR

 

Prisoners – 12/8/85 - YAPHET KOTTO, CHRISTINA RAINES

 

Gigilo – 12/15/85 - SANDY DENNIS, BRAD DAVIS, VIRGINIA CAPERS

 

The Gloating Place – 1/5/86 - STEPHEN MACHT, ISABELLE WALKER, CINDY PICKETT, CHRISTIE HOUSER, NICHOLAS HORMANN

 

The Right Kind of Medicine – 1/12/86 - JACK THIBEAU, ROBERT PROSKY, MICHAEL C. GWYNNE, PACHITO GOMEZ, PAMELA DUNLAP, LYLE TALBOT

 

DVD FIVE

 

Beast in View – 1/19/86 - JANET EILBER, CLIFF POTTS, TOM ATKINS, JOSEPH RUSKIN

 

A Very Happy Ending – 2/16/86 - ROBERT LOGGIA, LEAF PHOENIX, JOHN APREA, MYRNA WHITE,

 

The Canary Sedan – 3/2/86 - KATHLEEN QUINLAN, PETER HASKELL, ADELLE LUTZ,

 

Enough Rope for Two – 3/9/86 - JEFF FAHEY, DARLENE FLUGEL, TIM DAILY

 

DVD SIX

 

The Creeper – 3/16/86 - KAREN ALLEN

 

Happy Birthday – 3/23/86 - LANE SMITH, LEE de BROUX, BRUCE GRAY, ARSENIO HALL, SAM HENNINGS,

 

The Jar – 4/6/86 - GRIFFEN DUNNE, F7IONA LEWIS, LARAINE NEWMAN, STEPHEN SHELLEN, PAUL BARTEL,

 

Deadly Honeymoon – 4/13/86 - VICTORIA TENNANT, DAVID DUKES, ALAN FUDGE, NICHOLAS COSTER

 

DVD SEVEN

 

Four O’Clock – 5/4/86 - KENNETH McMILLAN, ELLEN TOBIE, RICHARD COX, RAYMOND SINGER, NICHOLAS PRYOR

 

Road Hog – 5/11/86 - BURT YOUNG, RONNIE COX, LEE BRYANT,

 

The Initiation – 6/24/86 - MARION ROSS, PETER SPENCE, DEAN HAMILTON, ALBERT SHULTZ

 

Coversation Over a Corpse – 1/31/87 - BARBARA BABCOCK, JOHN VERNON, KETE REID

 

DVD EIGHT

 

Man on the Edge – 2/7/87 - MARK HAMILL, MICHAEL IRONSIDE, DAVID B. NICHOLS, JESSICA STEEN

 

If the Shoe Fits – 2/14/87 - TED SHACKELFORD, LAWRENCE DANE, LORI HALLIER, COLIN FOX

 

The Mole – 2/21/87 - EDWARD HERRMANN, DON FRANCKS, TIM WEBBER,

 

Anniversary Gift – 2/28/87 - PAMELA SUE MARTIN, PETER DVORSKY, PAUL HUBBARD, SUNNY BESEN-THRASHER

 

DVD NINE

 

The Impatient Patient – 3/7/87 - E. G. MARSHALL, PATRICIA HAMILTON, PATRICIA COLLINS, JAMES EDMOND, FRANCES HYLAND

 

When This Man Dies – 3/14/87 - ADRIAN ZMED, BRENDA BAZINET, FRANK MOORE, FRANK ADAMSON, CEC LINDER

 

The Specialty of the House – 3/21/87 - JOHN SAXON, NEIL MUNRO, JENNIFER DALE

 

The Final Twist – 3/28/87 - MARTIN LANDAU, ROBERT WISDEN, ANN-MARIE MACDONALD, MURRAY CRUCHLEY

 

DVD TEN

 

Tragedy Tonight – 4/4/87 - CATHERINE MARY STUART, ISABELLE MEJIAS, DENIS FORREST, ROBERT BENSON, SEAN HEWITT

 

World’s Oldest Motive – 4/11/87 - DWIGHT SCHULTZ, DIANNE D'AQUILLA, DAVID B. NICHOLS, CYNTHIA DALE,

 

Deathmate – 4/18/87 - SAMANTHA EGGAR, WAYNE BEST, JOHN COLICOS

 

VCR – Very Careful Rape – 2/6/88 - MELISSA ANDERSON, CEDRIC SMITH,

 

DVD ELEVEN

 

Animal Lovers – 2/13/88 - SUSAN ANTON, RON WHITE,

 

Prism – 2/20/88 - LINSDAY WAGNER, MICHAEL SARRAZIN,

 

A Stolen Heart – 2/27/88 - WILLIAM KATT,

 

Houdini on Channel Four – 3/5/88 - NICK LEWIN

 

DVD TWELVE

 

Killer Takes All – 3/12/88 - VAN JOHNSON, RORY CALHOUN, SHELLY PETERSON, AARON SCHWARTZ

 

Hippocratic Oath – 3/19/88 - SHAUN CASSIDY, MAVOR MOORE,

 

Prosecutor – 3/26/88 - PARKER STEVENSON, LAWRENCE DANE, ROBERT MORELLI, CAMILLA SCOTT,

 

If Looks Could Kill – 4/23/88 - MICHELLE PHILLIPS, DUNCAN REGEHE, PETER MACNEILL, LISA SCHRAGE

 

DVD THIRTEEN

 

You’ll Die Laughing – 4/30/88 - ANTHONY NEWLEY, GARY BLUMSACK,

 

Murder Party – 5/7/88 - DAVID MCCALLUM, LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG, DAVID HEMBLEN

 

Twist – 5/14/88 - STELLA STEVENS, CLIVE REVILL, ART HINDLE

 

User Deadly – 5/21/88 - HARRY GUARDINO, GEORDIE JOHNSON,

 

DVD FOURTEEN

 

Career Move – 5/28/88 - DAVID CASSIDY, ROBERT WISDEN,

 

Full Disclosure – 6/18/88 - ROBERT LANSING, AL WAXMAN

 

Kadinsky’s Vault – 6/25/88 - ELI WALLACH,

 

There Was a Little Girl – 7/2/88 - MICHAEL TUCKER, KATE VERNON

 

DVD FIFTEEN

 

Twisted Sisters – 7/9/88 - MIA SARA

 

The 13th Floor – 7/16/88 - ANTHONY FRANCIOSA

 

The Hunted Part One – 7/30/88 - EDWARD WOODWARD, KATE TROTTER

 

The Hunted Part Two – 8/6/88 - EDWARD WOODWARD, KATE TROTTER

 

 

DVD SIXTEEN

 

Fogbound – 10/8/88 - KATHLEEN QUINLAN, STEPHEN MENDEL,

 

Pen pal – 10/15/88 - JEAN SIMMONS

 

Ancient Voices – 11/12/88 - RICHARD ANDERSON, DOUG MCCLURE, J.C. MACKENZIE

 

Survival of the Fittest – 11/19/88 - PATRICK MACNEE, NIGEL BENNETT,

 

DVD SEVENTEEN

 

The Big Spin – 1/7/89 - ERIK ESTRADA

 

Don’t Sell Yourself Short – 1/14/89 - DAVID SOUL, HARVEY ATKIN

 

For Art’s Sake – 1/21/89 - SIMON WILLIAMS, MICHELLE SCARABELLI, SHEILA MCCARTHY

 

Murder in Mind – 1/28/89 - MELISSA ANDERSON, NOEL HARRISON

 

DVD EIGHTEEN

 

Mirror Mirror – 2/4/89 - ELIZABETH ASHLEY, ROBERT COLLINS

 

Skeleton in the Closet – 2/11/89 - MIMI KUZYK, JEFF WINCOTT, ELIAS ZAROU

 

In the Driver’s Seat – 2/18/89 - GREG EVIGAN, NADINE VAN DER VELDE

 

Driving Under the Influence – 2/25/89 - MIKE CONNORS, JON NOVAK

 

DVD NINETEEN

 

In the Name of Science – 3/11/89 - DIRK BENEDICT, CATHERINE DISHER, SANDEY GRINN,

 

Romance Machine – 3/25/89 - RICH HALL, DIANE FRANKLIN, ART HINGLE

 

Diamonds Aren’t Forever – 4/15/89 - GEORGE LAZENBY,

 

My Dear Watson – 4/22/89 - BRIAN BEDFORD, PATRICK MONCKTON, JOHN COLICOS

 

DVD TWENTY

 

Night Creatures – 4/29/89 - BRETT CULLEN, LOUISE VALLANCE, MICHAEL RHOADES

 

The Man Who Knew Too Little – 7/8/89 - LEWIS COLLINS, CYNTHIA BELLIVEAU

 

Reunion – 7/15/89 - GERAINT WYN DAVIES, JAMES BLENDICK

 

South by Southeast – 7/2289 - PATRICK WAYNE, CEDRIC SMITH,

 

 

 

ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S SUSPICION 5 DVD menu with show select, blk & white, vg picture, Suspicion is the title of an American television mystery drama series which aired on the NBC . In 1957 Hitchcock became involved with another television series, entitled Suspicion, as an executive producer. The series did not feature the usual Hitchcockian light-hearted introduction his fans had come to enjoy from his series Alfred Hitchcock Presents. The series was however tied thematically to his works, as it primarily dealt with suspense. The stories were meant to fascinate, mystify and confound the audience, and generally dealt with people's fears and suspicions. Top Hollywood stars appeared in these tales of suspense including Bette Davis, Dan Duryea, Agnes Moorehead, Margaret O’Brien, Edmond O’Brien, Rod Steiger, Ray Milland, Claudette Colbert and Donna Reed. This is a very rare set of 20 shows taken from 16 MM prints. Because of the age of the material the quality of the shows will vary ranging from 7.5/10 to 8/10 (actually only about 4 shows are 7.5 and the rest are closer to 8 or better) . We feel that due to the very rare nature of this set that the over all quality will be more than satisfactory (FOUR O’CLOCK directed by Alfred Hitchcock is a gem and one of the higher quality shows)

 

DISC 1


FOUR O’CLOCK - DIRECTED BY ALFRED HITCHCOCK starring E. G. Marshall And Richard Long

 

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CURTAIN starring Donna Reed

 

EYE FOR AN EYE starring Ray Milland and Macdonald Carey

 

THE LAST TOWNCAR starring Claudette Colbert and Kent Smith

 

THE EYE OF TRUTH starring Joseph Cotton & George Peppard

 

DISC 2

 

DOOMSDAY starring Dan Duryea, Robert Middleton & Charles Bronson

 

MEETING IN PARIS starring Rory Calhoun

 

LORD ARTHURS SAVILE’S CRIME from a story by Oscar Wilde starring Ronald Howard, Sebastian Cabot & Gladys Cooper

 

THE PROTÉGÉ starring Agnes Moorehead, Jack Klugman and William Shatner

 

DISC 3

 

HEARTBEAT starring David Wayne, Pat Hingle & Warren Beaty (had burnt in sub titles)

 

FRACION OF A SECOND story by Daphne du Maurier starring Bette Davis

 

COMFORT FOR A GRAVE starring Paul Douglas & Jan Sterline

 

STORY OF MARJORIE REARDON starring Margaret O’Brien, Rod Taylor & Henry Silva

 

DISC 4

 

WOMAN WHO TURNED TO SALT starring Michael Rennie, Pamela Brown & Pat Hitchcock

 

THE WAY UP TO HEAVEN starring Marion Lorne & Sebastian Cabot

 

DEATH WATCH directed by Ray Milland starring Edmond O’Brien

 

THE BULL SKINNER directed by Lewis Milestone staring Rod Steiger & John Beal

 

DISC 5

 

A TOUCH OF EVIL starring Harry Guardino & Audrey Totter with John Carradine

 

THE VOICE IN THE NIGHT directed by Arthur Hiller starring Barbara Rush, Partick Macnee & James Coburn

 

RAINY DAY starring Tom Conway and John Williams

 

 

ALL IN THE FAMILY 1 DVD 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 1994 Long before 1990s sitcoms made dysfunctional families fashionable, America had Edith and Archie Bunker. Every week as the war in Vietnam raged on, they could be counted on, seated at the piano, singing of the good old days as they welcomed America into their fractured-fairy-tale home for another episode of All in the Family. ....... Norman Lear, the show's creator, hosts this 20th anniversary best of the Bunkers, offering scenes from the finest and funniest episodes: Archie slinging ethnic slurs, Meathead Mike ranting on Richard Nixon, Edith and Archie confronting his impotency, and Edith learning of the lump in her breast. These and many more highlights remind how the show scandalously addressed topics taboo at the time, yet undeniably present in everyday life.

 

 

ALL STAR COMEDY CARNIVAL UK 1973 1 DVD scenes from the following shows performed live..shows include doctor in charge, billy liar, man about the house, spring and autumn, sez lies, my good woman, and jimmy tarbuck..70 minutes..excellent / crystal picture..hosted by jimmy tarbuck

 

 

ALL STAR HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITY USO TV SPECIAL 1 DVD 1956 PLUS MORE ..RARE, NEVER BROADCAST IN USA ..BROADCAST ONLY ON U.S. MILITARY TV --- AND NEVER SEEN IN THE U.S. --- THIS 1 HOUR BROADCAST IS INTRODUCED BY PRESIDENT EISENHOWER AND FEATURES PERFORMANCES BY. Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Dick Powell, Benny Goodman, George Burns, Cyd Charrise, Lena Horne, Gale Storm, Jane Powell, Gregory peck, Kim Novack, Betty Hutton, Danny Kaye, June Allyson, Ray Bolger,Sid Caesar,Van Kliburn, Rhonda Fleming, Jimmy Stewart, Jane Russell, Dick Shawn, Jack Benny,Louie Armstrong,Milton Berle..THE PLUS MORE IS AN EPISODE OF THE 1957 TV SERIES DATE WITH THE ANGELS STARRING BETTY WHITE...PLUS AN COLOR EPISODE OF THE ADVENTURS OF LONG JOHN SILVER STARRING ROBERT NEWTON PLUS THERE IS AN EPISODE OF A TV SERIES CALLED CROSSROADS BASED ON STORIES OF AMERICAN CLERGYMAN EPISODE CALLED OUT FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE STARRING DON TAYLOR

 

 

AMERICAN BANDSTAND 4 DVD "60'S - '70'S - '80'S RARITIES... samples of the 38 DVD set covering 3 decades... excellent / crystal picture for most... most discs have 4-6 shows on them... Chubby Checkers, Dion, Connie Francis, Jackie Wilson, Stephen Bishop, David Gates, Aretha Franklin, Robert Palmer, Yvonne Elliman, Donna Summer, Chic, John Cougar Mellencamp, Prince, Captain & Tennille, Manhattan Transfer, KC & Teri Desario, Pat Benatar, Shalamar, Brooklyn Dreams, Gene Cotton, Mel Carter, Roy Head & others... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ----SEE 1ST ITEM IN THE LARGE MULTI DVD SECTION FOR 38 DVD SET (SECTION TWO)

 

 

 

AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE / AFI AWARD -- AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVMENT AWARD 43 DVD SET... ALL VG TO EXCELLENT PICTURE

 

VOLUME 1 THE 1st AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: JOHN FORD 1973


VOLUME 2 THE 2nd AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: JAMES CAGNEY 1974


VOLUME 3 THE 3rd: AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: ORSON WELLES 1975


VOLUME 4 THE 4th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: WILLIAM WYLER 1976


VOLUME 5 THE 5th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: BETTE DAVIS 1977


VOLUME 6 THE 6th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: HENRY FONDA 1978


VOLUME 7 THE 7th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: ALFRED HITCHCOCK 1979


VOLUME 8 THE 8th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: AMERICAN JAMES STEWART 1980


VOLUME 9 THE 9th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: FRED ASTAIRE 1981


VOLUME 10 THE 10th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: FRANK CAPRA 1982


VOLUME 11 THE 11th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: JOHN HUSTON 1983


VOLUME 12 THE 12th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: LILLIAN GISH 1984


VOLUME 13 THE 13th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: GENE KELLY 1985


VOLUME 14 THE 14th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: BILLY WILDER 1986


VOLUME 15 THE 15th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: BARBARA STANWYCK 1987


VOLUME 16 THE 16th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: JACK LEMMON 1988


VOLUME 17 THE 17th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: GREGORY PECK 1989


VOLUME 18 THE 18th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: DAVID LEAN 1990


VOLUME 19 THE 19th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: KIRK DOUGLAS 1991


VOLUME 20 THE 20th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: SIDNEY POITIER 1992


VOLUME 21 THE 21st AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: ELIZABETH TAYLOR 1993


VOLUME 22 THE 22nd AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: JACK NICHOLSON 1994


VOLUME 23 THE 23rd AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: STEVEN SPIELBERG 1995


VOLUME 24 THE 24th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: CLINT EASTWOOD 1996


VOLUME 25 THE 25th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: MARTIN SCORSESE 1997


VOLUME 26 THE 26th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: ROBERT WISE 1998


VOLUME 27 THE 27th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: DUSTIN HOFFMAN 1999


VOLUME 28 THE 28th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: HARRISON FORD 2000


VOLUME 29 THE 29th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: BARBRA STREISAND 2001


VOLUME 30 THE 30th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: TOM HANKS 2002


VOLUME 31 THE 31st AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: ROBERT DeNIRO 2003

 


VOLUME 32 THE 32nd AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: MERYL STREEP 2004

 

VOLUME 33 THE 33rd AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: GEORGE LUCAS 2005


VOLUME 34 THE 34th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: SIR SEAN CONNERY 2006


VOLUME 35 THE 35th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: AL PACINO 2007


VOLUME 36 THE 36th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: WARREN BEATTY 2008


VOLUME 37 THE 37th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: MICHAEL DOUGLAS 2009


VOLUME 38 THE 38th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: MIKE NICHOLS 2010


VOLUME 39 THE 39th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: MORGAN FREEMAN 2011


VOLUME 40 THE 40th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: SHIRLEY MacLAINE 2012

 

VOLUME 41 THE 40th AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SALUTES: MEL BROOKS 2013


VOLUME 42 AFI SALUTES 100 YEARS, 100 MOVIE QUOTES


VOLUME 43 AFI SALUTES GREATEST SCREEN LEGENDS

 

 

AMERICAN GANGSTER 2 DVD SEASON 1 2006 In this gripping documentary series from BET, Golden Globe winner Ving Rhames narrates profiles of history's most infamous African American crime figures, delving into the private life and criminal exploits of each subject. Photographs and film clips illustrate eyewitness and law enforcement accounts of Frank Lucas (subject of the film American Gangster), Philadelphia's Black Mafia, Larry Hoover, Nicky Barnes, the Beltway Snipers and others. DISC 1 Stanley "Tookie" Williams," "Freeway Ricky Ross" and "Leroy "Nicky" Barnes." --- DISC 2 "Troy & Dino Smith," "The Chambers Brothers" and "Lorenzo "Fat Cat" Nichols."

 

AMERICAN GANGSTER 3 DVD SEASON 2 --DISC 1 Philly Black Mafia," "Larry Hoover," "Melvin Williams" and "DC Snipers."-DISC 2 Frank Lucas," "Felix Michell" and "Jeff Fort." DISC 3 Chaz Williams," "Rayful Edmonds" and "Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff."

 

BONUS DVD

FRANK MATTHEWS STORY 1 DVD 2012 83 minutes Richer than Frank Lucas. More powerful than the Mafia. He was the biggest drug dealer in America. In 1973 he jumped bail and disappeared with 15 million dollars. He has never been seen again. By the early 1970 s, Frank Matthews had become America's biggest drug kingpin. His organization, headquartered in Brooklyn, stretched across more than 20 states, and he became the only Black gangster to establish direct ties to the French Connection heroin pipeline. To quote a federal prosecutor assigned to the Matthews case, Matthews was a pioneering giant of drug distribution." Matthews organization eventually outgrew even the Italian Mafia, and when he built himself a mansion in Staten Island's most exclusive neighborhood (and across the street from mobsters Paul Castellano and Three Finger Brown), he found himself on the verge of a war with La Cosa Nostra. Matthews also battled militant Black Muslims for control in the streets of New Jersey and Philadelphia as he built his empire. The $15 to 20 million dollars he disappeared with is roughly equivalent to $100 million in today's cash. What happened to Frank Matthews? That s the most intriguing question in organized crime history, said Chepesiuk, who has spent five years researching the Frank Matthews story. Despite one of the largest manhunts in US history, there is no proof as to whether he is alive or dead.

 

 

AMERICAN POP: THE GREAT SINGERS IN CONCERT 2 DVD PART 1 AND PART 2 3/17/79 with Tony Bennett, Chet Atkins, Ethel Merman, Mily Jackson, Johnny Ray, Sarah Vaughan...FROM PBS WNET NYC - VG WITH CLIGHT GRAIN ...150 MINUTES,

 

 

AMOS N ANDY 1 DVD 4 EPISODES 100 minutes, black and white, vg picture

 

 

ANGEL HEART 1 DVD SPECIAL UNRATED EDITION 1987 / 2004... menu with select options and audio options and special features... Set in Harlem and New Orleans in 1955, this supernatural thriller stirred a brief controversy when released in 1987 because some scenes featuring Lisa Bonet (then a popular cast member of The Cosby Show) were considered too sexually explicit to be rated R. The edited material was restored for the unrated video release, and the movie now makes a fitting double bill with Fallen, with its similar plot about a sullen detective (Mickey Rourke) who is hired to find a missing person by a shady client with pointy fingernails named Louis Cyphre (Lucifer, get it?), played with subtle menace by Robert De Niro. Rourke's investigation leads him into an underworld of voodoo and forbidden desires, and as the mystery unfolds director Alan Parker fills every scene with conspicuous style and atmospheric excess and the performances of Rourke, De Niro, Bonet, and Charlotte Rampling are well suited to the ominous mood.

 

THE ANIMATION SHOW

 

2 DVD 2007 VOLUMES 1 & 2......180 minutes..menu with feature select.. Compiled by Mike Judge (Beavis and Butt-head) and Don Hertzfeldt (Rejected), The Animation Show brought short films back to the big screen. Once upon a time, that's how the public got to experience them. Now, they're relegated to film fests, public television, and the internet. It's better than nothing, of course, but they used to be treated like "real movies." For those who missed these works in theaters--or to preserve the experience for posterity--this collection presents most of the first two programs . The lineup includes five Academy Award nominees, Mt. Head, The Cathedral, Fifty Percent Grey, Guard Dog, and When the Day Breaks. A diverse array of nationalities and techniques are on display. Locations range from America to Australia, while approaches range from pen and ink to B&W stop-motion. Highlights will vary from person to person, but notable entries include Adam Elliot's droll Brother/Cousin/Uncle trilogy, Judge's "Early Pencil Tests and Other Experiments" (including an Office Space prequel), Alex Budovsky's jaunty Bathtime in Clerkenwell, Peter Cornwell's fast-paced Ward 13, and Hertzfeldt's absurdist Billy's Balloon (the Oscar-nominated animator also provides a few bumpers). A labor of love for all concerned, this Animation Show set combines 20 films with numerous extras, like commentaries, storyboards, production galleries, a booklet of artist profiles, and a feature on the history of the animated short.

 

 

ANN MARGRET

TWO MRS GRENVILLES 2 DVD 1987 STARRING Ann-Margret, Claudette Colbert and Stephen Collins| Ann, a former chorus girl marries above herself into a rich society family, but her mother-in-law regards her with great suspicion from the start. When Ann shoots her husband dead, claiming she thought he was a prowler, the older Mrs. Grenville decides to back the woman she despises, to protect the family image

 

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE 1 DVD CBS BROADCAST 3/4/84 w/ Ann Margaret Originally broadcast on 3/4/84 on CBS, this is the re-edited version for theatrical release (i.e., no commercials!) Starring Ann Margaret & Treat Williams.= THIS DVD ALSO HAS 10 MIN OF AN EPISODE OF AN EARLY MARRIED WITH CHILDREN ON IT..130 MINUTES TOTL DISC..EXCELLENT PICTURE ALL

 

ANN MARGRET 1 DVD : 1977 RHINESTONE COWGIRL SPECIAL RARE TV special from April 26th, 1977...50 minutes...Filmed at The Grand Old Opry in Nashville. Featuring Chet Atkins, Perry Como, Minnie Pearl and Bob Hope... CLASSIC STUFF..HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

 

ANN MARGRET 1 DVD : TWO 1975 SPECIALS...100 minutes... Ann-Margret Olsson (1-23-75) Guests-Tina Turner and The Osmond Brothers. Ann-Margret Smith (11-20-75) Guests-Bay City Rollers, Sid Caesar, Michel LeGrand and Roger Smith...excellent picture..CLASSIC STUFF..HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

 

 

ANN-MARGARET TV SPECIAL 4/4/73 "When You’re Smiling" tv special BASICALLY HER LAS VEGAS STAGE SHOW ...filmed At the Las Vegas Hilton with Bob Hope, George Burns and in behind the scenes film footage of recent movie with John Wayne, Rod Taylor (1 hour)--excellent picture

 

 

ANN-MARGARET TV SPECIAL FROM HOLLYWOOD WITH LOVE 12/6/69 With Lucille Ball, Benny Baker, dean martin, 51 minutes, vg with slight grain

 

ANN MARGRET 1 DVD : 1968 SPECIAL Ann-Margret's first network television variety special from December of 1968 titled: "The Ann-Margret Show". Featuring Bob Hope, Danny Thomas and Jack Benny..50 minutes ..excellent picture..CLASSIC STUFF..HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

 

 

ANNE BANKCROFT'S THE WOMAN IN THE LIFE OF A MAN From 2/18/70 with ANNE BANROFT, 53 minutes, excellent picture, Jack Cassidy, Ida Lupino, Abba Eban, Mia Farrow, Uta Hagen, Lee J Cobb, Dick Smothers, David Susskind, Dick Shawn + many others, in this series of comedy and drama skits.

 

 

ARLISS or ARLI$$ 2 DVD THE BEST OF HBO 1996-2002..menu with show select, excellent picture ..Prepare to enter the cutthroat (and hilarious) world of cigar-chomping, amoral sports super-agent Arliss Howard (Robert Wuhl) in this hit HBO series. With moral decency tossed out the window and millions of dollars on the table for any one sports star, the stakes are high and the laughs are big. This "best of" compilation features some of the series' finest episodes -- ones that made the show a favorite with discriminating fans for 7 years. cast: Robert Wuhl, Michael Boatman, Sandra Oh, Jim Turner, James Coburn, Lindsay Crouse, Yogi Berra, Jim Lampley, Ken Howard

 

 

ARMY OF DARKNESS : EVIL DEAD THREE 1 DVD 1993 ACTUALLY A DARK COMEDY OF SORTS ...unlike the 1st two evil dead movies ...Bound in human flesh and inked in blood, the ancient Necronomicon, or "Book of the Dead," transports department store clerk Ash (Bruce Campbell) and his 1973 Oldsmobile into England's Dark Ages. There, he faces legions of undead beasts in a battle for his life. One of the most memorable early works from director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man), this cult favorite is the third in a trilogy of hilarious sci-fi horror epics. Cast: Bruce Campbell (BURN NOTICE'S SAM AXE , 7 briscoe county) Embeth Davidtz, Richard Grove, Bridget Fonda, Marcus Gilbert, Ian Abercrombie, Timothy Patrick Quill, Michael Earl Reid Director: Sam Raimi (DIRECTED 3 SPIDERMAN MOVIES)

 

 

ARNIE - 12 DVD STARRING HERSCHEL BERNARDI 1970-1972 48 EPISODES - MENU WITH EPISODE SELECT - EXCELLENT PICTURE - CO STARRING SUE ANE LANGDON, ROGER BOWEN,

 

ARSENIO HALL FULL SHOW COLLECTION # 1 19 DVD ORIGINAL BROADCAST, ORIGINAL COMMERCIALS

 

FULL SHOWS - EXCELLENT PICTURE

 

 

VOLUME 1 2/1/90 STEVEN SEGAL, KELLY LE BROCK, CLIFTON DAVIS, ANNA MARIA HORSEFORD, GEORGE LOPEZ

 

 

VOLUME 2 7/13/89 EDDIE MURPHY, TYNE DALEY

 

 

VOLUME 3 7/12/89 LISA BONET, DANNY GLOVER, JOE JACKSON

 

 

VOLUME 4 7/11/89 RICARDO MONTALBAN, HOLLY ROBISON, ROBERT DAVI

 

 

VOLUME 5 7/10/89 BO JACKSON, JONATHON SILVERMAN, HOWARD JONES

 

 

VOLUME 6 9/29/89 DANA DELANY, ELIZABETH MCGOVERN, MARTIKA

 

 

VOLUME 7 12/14/89 MICHAEL DOUGLAS, DANNY DEVITO, TERRENCE TRENT DARBY

 

 

VOLUME 8 5/23/89 DIHANN CARROLL, ALLISON SMITH, WAS (NOT WAS) AND DAVID CASSIDY

 

 

VOLUME 9 7/1/91 DEBBIE ALLEN, KENNY G, BEVERLY DANGELO,

 

 

VOLUME 10 11/12/91 STEVIE NICKS, MARK HARMON, MESHACH TAYLOR

 

 

VOLUME 11 5/18/89 DONNY OSMOND, SAM ELLIOT, JASMIN GUY

 

 

VOLUME 12 5/19/89 AL GREEN, ROBERT DOWNY JR AND SALLY KIRKLAND

 

 

 

VOLUME 13 1/3/89 100TH SHOW LE VAR BURTON, JIM HENSON, EDIE BRICKELL & THE NEW BOHEMIANS

 

 

VOLUME 14 4/25/88 DANA PLATO, STEPHEN FURST, BONNIE RAITT

 

 

VOLUME 15 4/24/88 JOBETH WILLIAMS, BRIAN ROBBINS, THE ESCAPE CLUB

 

 

VOLUME 16 4/14/89 PATTI D'ARBANVILLE, PETER DELUISE, LEVERT

 

 

VOLUME 17 4/13/89 ROBIN LEACH, ORAL HERSHISER, ROBIN LEACH,OHIO PLAYERS

 

 

VOLUME 18 4/12/89 LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS, SHEREE WILSON, DOM IRRERA

 

 

VOLUME 19 4/11/89 STACY KEACH, DON CORNELIUS, ANIMOTION

 

 

VOLUME 20 10/26/89 JACKEE, PAUL RODRIGUEZ, HEAVY D & THE BOYS

 

VOLUME 21 12/18/92 Susan Sarandon, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lo-Key

 

 

VOLUME 22 10/26/89 Jackee, Paul Rodriguez, Heavy D & The Boys

 

 

VOLUME 23 9/18/90 Marilu Henner, Jane Seymour, 2 Live Crew

 

 

VOLUME 24 9/19/90 James Earl Jones, Donna Mills, Salt & Pepa

 

 

VOLUME 25 7/26/89 SINBAD, MARILYN QUAYLE, RICK ASTLEY

 

 

VOLUME 26 9/18/89 CAST OF "CHEERS" DAY AFTER EMMY AWARDS,JACKIE MASON, WIL WHEATON

 

 

VOLUME 27 9/25/89 BOY GEORGE, MARSHA WINFIELD

 

 

VOLUME 28 7/28/89 URSULA ANDRESS, BO DEREK

 

 

VOLUME 29 9/26/89 STEVE GARVEY, SUSAN SULLIVAN, TOMMY DAVIDSON

 

 

VOLUME 30 8/14/92 GARRY SHANDLING, DAVID SPADE, STEVEN BAUER

 

 

VOLUME 31 2/3/92 MARLEE MATLIN, ROBERTA FLACK, CHARLES DUTTON

 

 

VOLUME 32 9/20/91 JESSE JACKSON, WILLIE NELSON, SHANNON DOHERTY

 

THE ASPHALT JUNGLE 7 DVD - 1961 PILOT MOVIE + 12 OF 13 EPISODES --bar menu with show select -- vg / excellent picture with slight grain - Stars:William Smith, Jack Warden and Dallas Mitchell -- This is one of the first 60 minute cop shows(along with 87th Pct and the later episodes of Naked City) and it certainly didn't feature any pretty faces considering Jack Warden and Arch Johnson were the leads along with a young George Kennedy putting in a few appearances... it is a good, well-written, adult drama, along much the same lines as Naked City...

 

DISC 1 THE BURGLARY RING (EPS 1) - THE SCOTT MACHINE (EPS 13)

 

DISC 2 THE LADY AND THE LAWYER (EPS 2) - THE PROFESSOR (EPS 9)

 

DISC 3 THE SNIPER (EPS 5) - THE FRIENDLY GESTURE (EPS 3)

 

DISC 4 GOMEZ AFFAIR (EPS 4) - THE FIGHTER (EPS 10)

 

DISC 5 THE KIDANPPING (EPS 11) - THE MCMASTERS STORY ( EPS 7)

 

DISC 6 THE DARK NIGHT (EPS 12) - THE LAST WAY OUT ( EPS 6)

 

DISC 7 PILOT

 

MISSING NINE TWENTY HERO -

 

 

 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY JFK : THE LOST BULLET 1 DVD 2011 NAT GEO CHANNEL - CRYSTAL - It's been called the most important piece of film evidence of all time. Locked away in the vaults of the National Archives, the original Zapruder film that captured the vital 11 seconds of President John F Kennedy's assassination sits tattered and untouchable. Using exclusive eyewitness testimony, as well as newly restored, and in some cases, never-before-seen images of the shooting JFK: The Lost Bullet is a one-off special which investigates the assassination.For nearly 50 years experts have poured over crude copies of this extraordinary film for clues as to what really took place in Dallas on November 22, 1963. The film, in its myriad and often clandestine incarnations, has been presented as conclusive evidence to support just about every conceivable theory of the assassination.

 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 2 DVD THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY 1986..This six-part documentary (PARTS 7-9 NOT AVAIL DUE TO LAWSUIT BY ESTATE OF LBJ,,,TRYIGN TO LOCATE) is perhaps the definitive analysis of the events surrounding John F. Kennedy's assassination. It offers stunning evidence through interviews and comprehensive accounts of this American tragedy, backing up theories that the President's own brother, Robert, may have inadvertently caused Kennedy's death and that phony autopsy pictures were used to prove that his death was caused by a single shooter.

 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 7 DVD LOCAL WFAA-TV COVERAGE (THE DALLAS ABC AFFILIATE) OF 11/22/63: KENNEDY'S ASSASSINATION. ..FROM MASTER TAPES FROM TV STATION ...BLACK WHITE..VG BUT WITH SOME GRAIN...VERY WATCHABLE... THIS RARE TV FILM COVERAGE /FOOTAGE WAS RELEASED IN 1988 AS PART OF THE STATION'S 25th ANNIVERSARY OF HIS DEATH. THERE'S A SHORT INTRO --- AND THEN IT'S NON-STOP COVERAGE OF THE EVENTS FROM 11/22/63 AS BROADCAST ON THAT DAY. ...THE COVERAGE BEGINS WITH KENNEDY'S APPEARANCE AT A BREAKFAST IN FT. WORTH, WHERE THE CROWD WANTS TO KNOW WHERE HIS WIFE, JACKIE, IS. THIS LASTS ABOUT AN HOUR. THEN THE TV COVERAGE OF KENNEDY'S PLANE LANDING IN DALLAS, THE CROWD GREETING HIM AND HIS LIMO DRIVING AWAY. ....AT THIS POINT ON 11/22, WFAA WAS BROADCASTING A LOCAL SHOW AND IT'S INTERRUPTED BY INITIAL REPORTS THAT KENNEDY HAS BEEN SHOT. THE ACTOR WHO PLAYS MR. PEPPERMINT MAN COMES IN THE STUDIO TO TAKE CONTROL OF THE NEWS UNTIL THE LOCAL ANCHOR CAN ARRIVE. WHEN THE ANCHOR ARRIVES, HE AD LIBS EVERYTHING HE KNOWS. TELLS A WOMAN TO GET HIM COFFEE, WITNESSES COME INTO THE STUDIO ---- IT'S UNBELIEVABLE WHAT YOU'RE VIEWING. IT'S HISTORIC!!!

 

ASSASSINATION OF ROBERT KENNEDY 2 DVD 1968..240 MINUTES, CBS NEWS LIVE COVERAGE BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE ASSASSINATION ...EXCELLENT PICTURE WITH SLIGHT GRAIN

 

 

ASSAULT ON A QUEEN 1 DVD THE MOVIE 1966 FRANK SINATRA, RICHARD CONTE..., directed by Jack Donohue, starring frank sinatra virna lisi. Based on a 1959 novel by jack finney it was adapted for the screen by rodseling and released by paramount on June 15, 1966... A World War II-era German U-2 submarine missing for 20 years is retrieved in the bahamas by diver Mark Brittain, hired by the wealthy Rosa Lucchesi and her partner, Vic Rossiter, who have been searching for Spanish galleons. The recovery of the sub results in a plot devised by Eric Lauffnauer, a U-2 officer during the war, to pull a daring million-dollar heist on the british ocean liner queen mary , which he and the others plan to rob on the high seas while the liner is making a transatlantic crossing.

 

AT LAST THE 1948 SHOW 2 DVD 1967 When it first aired in 1967, "At Last the 1948 Show" introduced audiences to a new crop of comedians -- including John Cleese, Graham Chapman and Marty Feldman -- as well as a new brand of humor that would change the face of TV comedy forever. The short-lived series led to the development of the cultish "Monty Python's Flying Circus," which took the troupe's outrageous antics even further.

 

 

BANNED FROM TV 1 DVD VOLUMES 1 - 2 - 3....155 minutes of real life news footage and other video footage of death scenes, accidents, mishaps, A dude in Thailand blowing his head off in the stock exchange, train accident footage, 'Tanya Harding Wedding Night' sequence, mardi gras , riots, people getting shot, bull fight mishaps..etc etc etc...REOMMENDED IF YOU LIKE SICK STUFF...i do...

 

 

BARBARA MANDREL 2 DVD BARBARA MANDREL & HER SISTERS VARIETY SHOW 1980., crystal, menu with show select Beginning in 1980, over 40 million viewers tuned in each week as Barbara, Louise, and Irlene sang, danced and joked their way to TV stardom on this Top 10-rated series. DISC 1 SHOWS 11/18/80,11/29/80, 2/27/82 .... DISC 2 SHOWS ...NOT AVAIL YET ...It's musical performances including Country superstars features performances by Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, John Schneider, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, the Statler Brothers, Ray Charles, Glen Campbell, Bob Hope and Andy Kaufman AND OTHERS

 

BARYSHNIKOV IN HOLLYWOOD 4/21/82 ~ CBS-TV ". Commercials have been edited out. excellent picture, 48 minutes, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Shirley MacLaine, Bernadette Peters, Dom DeLuise, Charles Nelson Reilly, Orson Welles, Gene Wilder. "A comic odyssey through Hollywood as seen through the experiences of ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov -- a fledgling star in Hollywood. The famed dancer encounters various characters in a busy day at work on a movie studio lot

 

BATMAN 3 DVD THE COMPLETE 1968 CARTOON SERIES --menu with show select, excellen picture -- this Saturday morning cartoon was a vehicle for Batman, Robin, Alfred and Batgirl, combating some of the most popular villains of the comic books: The Joker, The Penguin, Simon the Pieman, The Scarecrow, The Mad Hatter, Mr. Freeze, Catwoman, The Riddler and The Dollman. Voice actors Casey Kasem, Larry Storch and Ted Knight provided some of the voices for these vintage cartoons not available on DVD anywhere else! This three-disc set contains every episode in chronological order!`

 

BATMAN 2 DVD COLUMBIA PICTURES 1943 15 CHAPTERS

 

BATMAN AND ROBIN 2 DVD COLUMBIA PICTURES 1949 15 CHAPTERS

 

BATMAN BATMAN REUNION -1 DVD VICKI (TALK SHOW) AROUND 1993 - adam west, julie newmar, frank gorshin, the costume designer from the show and the creator of the comic book BOB KANE PLUS MORE ---THE PLUS MORE ARE OTHER TV TALK SHOWS --PINK LADY & JEFF with guests red buttons, alice cooper and jerry lewis - PLUS HUDSON BROTHERS RAZZLE DAZZLE SHOW --PLUS DONNY & MARIE SHOW - VIKI AND PINK ARE VG PICTURE --donny & marie and hudson brothers bit grainy

 

BATMAN 23 DVD THE COMPLETE "BATMAN" TV SERIES... THESE ARE NOT THE SYNDICATED EDITED VERSIONS THAT HAVE MADE THE TV ROUNDS, THESE ARE AS CLOSE TO THE MASTERS AS YOU'LL FIND. THE SHOWS ARE NOT CONDENSED ON 5 DVDS... each episode contains approx 5 minutes of content not seen since original broadcasts... (when syndicated they need to cut out content for commercials) --- THESE ARE ON 20 DISCS FOR SUPERIOR VIEWING..PLEASE NOTE --THE LAST EPISODE ON THE LAST DISC DOESNT PLAY PROPERLY --ALL OTHERS OK ON THAT DISC AND ALL THE OTHERS ***INCLUDES 3 BONUS DISCS: Screen Tests, Supergirl Pilot, Batman Reunion on "Late Show" AND "Will Shriner Show", interviews, Promo's and more. Fast shipping, 48 hours. Plain white sleeves... EPISODE LIST: 1: Hi Diddle Riddle (1); 2: Smack in the Middle (2); 3: Fine Feathered Finks (1); 4: The Penguin's a Jinx (2); 5: The Joker Is Wild (1); 6: Batman Is Riled (2); 7: Instant Freeze (1); 8: Rats Like Cheese (2); 9: Zelda the Great (1); 10: A Death Worse Than Fate (2); 11: A Riddle a Day Keeps the Riddler Away; 12: When the Rat's Away the Mice Will Play(2); 13: The Thirteenth Hat (1); 14: Batman Stands Pat (2); 15: The Joker Goes To School(1); 6: He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul (2); 17: True or False-Face (1); 18: Holy Rat Race (2); 19: The Purr-Fect Crime (1) 3; 20: Better Luck Next Time (2) 3; 21: The Penguin Goes Straight (1); 22: Not Yet, He Ain't (2); 23: The Ring of Wax (1); 24: Give 'em The Axe (2); 25: The Joker Trumps an Ace (1); 26: Batman Sets the Pace (2); 27: The Curse of Tut (1); 28: The Pharaoh's In a Rut (2); 29: The Bookworm Turns (1); 30: While Gotham City Burns (2); 31: Death in Slow Motion (1); 32: The Riddler's False Notion (2); 33: Fine Finny Fiends (1); 34: Batman Makes the Scenes (2); 35: Shoot a Crooked Arrow (1); 36: Walk the Straight and Narrow (2); 37: Hot Off the Griddle (1); 38: The Cat and the Fiddle (2); 39: The Minstrel's Shakedown (1); 40: Barbecued Batman? (2); 41: The Spell of Tut (1); 42: Tut's Case is Shut (2); 43: The Greatest Mother of Them All (1); 44: Ma Parker (2); 45: The Clock King's Crazy Crimes (1); 46: The Clock King Gets Crowned (2); 47: An Egg Grows in Gotham (1); 48: The Yegg Foes in Gotham (2); 49: The Devil's Fingers (1); 50: The Dead Ringers (2); 51: Hizzonner the Penguin (1); 52: Dizzonner the Penguin (2); 53: Green Ice (1); 54: Deep Freeze (2); 55: The Impractical Joker (1); 56: The Joker's Provokers (2); 57: Marsha, Queen of Diamonds (1); 58: Marsha's Scheme of Diamonds (2); 59: Come Back, Shame (1); 60: It's the Way You Play the Game (2); 61: The Penguin's Nest (1); 62: The Bird's Last Jest (2); 63: The Cat's Meow (1); 64: The Bat's Kow Tow (2); 65: The Puzzles Are Coming (1); 66: The Duo Is Slumming (2); 67: The Sandman Cometh (1); 68: The Catwoman Goeth (2) (a.k.a. A Stitch in Time); 69: The Contaminated Cowl (1); 70: The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul (2); 71: The Zodiac Crimes (1); 72: The Joker's Hard Times (2); 73: The Penguin Declines (3); 74: That Darn Catwoman (1); 75: Scat, Darn Catwoman (2); 76: Penguin Is a Girl's Best Friend (1); 77: Penguin Sets a Trend (2); 78: Penguin's Disastrous End (3); 79: Batman's Anniversary (1); 80: A Riddling Controversy (2); 81: The Joker's Last Laugh (1); 82: The Joker's Epitaph (2); 83: Catwoman Goes to College (1); 84: Batman Displays His Knowledge (2); 85: A Piece of the Action (1) 51; 86: Batman's Satisfaction (2); 87: King Tut's Coup; 88: Batman's Waterloo; 89: Black Widow Strikes Again (1); 90: Caught in the Spider's Den (2); 91: Pop Goes the Joker (1); 92: Flop Goes the Joker (2); 93: Ice Spy (1); 94: The Duo Defy (2) 3; 95: Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin; 96: Ring Around the Riddler; 97: The Wail of the Siren; 98: The Sport of Penguins (1); 99: A Horse of Another Color (2); 100: The Unkindest Tut of All; 101: Louie the Lilac; 102: The Ogg and I (1); 103: How to Hatch a Dinosaur (2); 104: Surf's Up! Joker's Under!; 105: The Londinium Larcenies (1); 106: The Foggiest Notion (2); 107: The Bloody Tower (3); 108: Catwoman's Dressed to kill; 109: The Ogg Couple; 110: The Funny Feline Felonies (1); 111: The Joke's on Catwoman (2); 112: Louie's Lethal Lilac Time; 113: Nora Clavicle and the Ladies' Crime Club; 114: Penguin's Clean Sweep; 115: The Great Escape (1); 116: The Great Train Robbery; 117: I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle; 118: The Joker's Flying Saucer; 119: The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra; 120: Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires.

 

 

BATMAN 10 DVD THE ORIGINAL TV SERIES 1966 - 1968 ALL 120 EPISODES

 

 

BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS : 16 DVD COLLECTION ---1977-1985 GREAT STUFF --CHECK OUT THE NAMES BELOW - CRYSTAL PICTURE

 

VOLUME 1 - BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS II 2/28/1977 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL. WITH GABE KAPLER, LAVAR BURTON, DARLEEN CARR, RICHARD HATCH, RON HOWARD, KRISTY MCNICHOL, HAL LINDEN, JACLYN SMITH, PENNY MARSHALL, TELLY SAVALAS, SONNY BONO, KEVIN DOBSON, MIKE FARREL, LINDA LAVIN, LEE MARIWETHER, ROB REINER, LORETTA SWIT, MARCIA WALLACE, ROBERT CONRAD, ELIZABETH ALLEN, LYNDA DAY GEORGE, KAREN GRASSLE, KURT RUSSELL, JANE SEYMOUR, CARL FRANKLIN, DAVID GROH, DAN HAGGERTY, LAWRENCE HILTON-JACOBS, ART HINDLE, W.K. STRATTO.

 

 

VOLUME 2 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS III 11/04/1977 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & TELLY SAVALAS. WITH GABE KAPLAN, FRED BERRY, BILLY CRYSTAL, CHRIS DEROSE, CHERYL LADD, PENNY MARSHALL, KRISTY MCNICHOL, PARKER STEVENSON, VICTOR FRENCH, SUZANNE SOMMERS, JIMMIE WALKER, ADRIENNE BARBEAU, VALERIE BERTINELLI, KEVIN DOBSON, JAMIE FARR, JAMES MACARTHUR, LORETTE SWIT, LYLE WAGGONER, CAREN KAYE, JIMMY MCNICHOL, DAN HAGGERTY, ROBERT CONRAD, ELINOR DONAHUE, PATRICK DUFFY, PETER ISACKSEN, DONNA MILLS, MICHELLE PHILLIPS, LARRY WILCOX, LANCE KERWIN, BELINDA MONTGOMERY.

 

 

VOLUME 3 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS VI 7/05/1979 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL. WITH DICK VAN PATTEN, SCOTT BAIO, BILLY CRYSTAL, RICHARD HATCH, DONNA PESCOW, SISAN RICHARDSON, TONI TENNILE, ROBERT URICH, JAMIE FARR, CATHERINE BACH, VALERIE BERTINELLI, PARTICK DUFFY, LOU FERRIGNO, LEIF GARRET, VOCTORIA PRINCIPAL, GARY SANDY, ROBERT CONRAD, TODD BRIDGES, MARY CROSBY, JANE CURTIN, WILLIAM DEVANE, GREG EVIGAN, BRIANNE LEARY, LARRY WILCOX.

 

 

VOLUME 4 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS VII 2/11/1979 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & BILLY CRYSTAL. WITH WILLIE AMES, KRISTY MCNICHOL, JOANNA CASSIDY, MAX GAIL, ROBERT HAYS, DIANA CONOVA, SHELLY SMITH, DICK VAN PATTEN, JUDY NORTON, ALLEN WILLIAMS, HOWARD HESSEMAN, KATHRYN LEIGH SCOTT, GREOGORY HARRISON, JAN SMITHERS, VALERIE BERTINELLI, EDWARD ASNER, ROBERT CONRAD, SARAH PURCELL, ERIN GRAY, PATRICK WAYNE, GIL GERARD, RANDI OAKES, MELLISA GILBERT, GREG EVIGAN.

 

 

VOLUME 5 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS VIII 5/04/1980 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & JOYCE DEWITT. WITH LYNN SWAN, HANK STRAM, SCOTT BAIO, ROBYN DOUGLAS, GRANT GOODEVE, ROBERT HAYS, KENT MCCORD, CAROLINE WILLIAMS, JOAN PORTER, CATHY LEE CROSBY, JONELLE ALLEN, CATHERINE BACH, GREOGORY HARRISION, SHERMAN HEMSLEY, GARY SANDY, CHARLENE TILTON, JOAN VAN ARK, CHAD EVERETT, GIL GERRARD, KAREN GRASSLE, PAMELA HAENSLEY, BRIAN KERWIN, RANDI OAKES, SARAH PURCELL, LARRY WILCOX, WILLIAM DEVANE, ROBERT CONRAD.

 

 

VOLUME 6 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS IX 12/05/1980 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & CATHY LEE CROSBY. WITH WLIIE AAMES, SCOTT BAIO, PHYLLIS DAVIS, DONNA DIXON, MAX GAIL, ANN JILLIAN, SUSAN RICHARDSON, JOHN DAVIDSON, BYRON ALLEN, JOHN BECK, GREG EVIGAN, ERIN GRAY, JUDY LANDERS, SRAAH PURCELL, CHRISTINA RAINES, ARTE JOHNSON, GREGORY HARRISON, DIANE LADD, DONNA MILLS, JUDY NORTON, TOM SELLECK, JOAN VAN ARK, ROBERT WALDEN, JAMIE FARR.

 

 

VOLUME 7 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS X 5/08/1981 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & ERIN GRAY. WITH ROBERT URICH, SCOTT BAIO, MELANIE CHARTOFF, JEFF CONWAY, LINDA EVANS, JENILEE HARRISON, ANN JULIAN, TOM SELLECK, DANIELLE BRISEBOIS, GREGORY HARRISON, MICHELE LEE, LEIGH MCCLOSKEY, JUDY NORTON, TIM REID, CHARLENE TILTON, BARBARA MANDRELL, WOODY BROWN, MELISSA GILBERT, BRIAN KERWIN, LOUISE MANDRELL, RANDI OAKES, SKIP STEPHENSON, MICHAEL WARREN, BO HOPKINS.

 

 

VOLUME 8 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XI 11/20/1981 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & LEE MAJORS. WITH SCOTT BAIO, DOUGLAS BARR, CATHY LEE CROSBY, DONNA DIXON, TELMA HOPKINS, ANN JILLIAN, SAM J. JONES, PARNELL ROBERTS, MIMI KENNEDY, LORENZO LAMAS, JARED MARTIN, DONNA MILLS, TIM REID, CHARLENE TILTON, BERLINDA TOLBERT, GABE KAPLAN, MAUDE ADAMS, MELISSA GILBERT, MARK HARMON, RANDI OAKES, FRED WILLIARD, CHRISTINA RAINES.

 

 

VOLUME 9 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XII 5/05/1982 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & RANDI OAKES. WITH HEATHER THOMAS, WILIAM SHATNER, DOUGLAS BARR, TOM WOPAT, JOAN COLLINS, CHRISTINA RAINES, AUDREY LANDERS, LYDIA CORNELL, ROBERT WALDEN, MARK HARMON, TELMA HOPKINS, PERNELL ROBERTS, DEBBIE ALLEN, NANCY MCKEON, JOE PISCOPO, CATHERINE BACH, JOAN VAN ARK, JOHN JAMES, JOHN DAVIDSON, LYNN REDGRAVE, BRUCE WEITZ, DANIELE BRISEBOIS, BRIAN STOKES MITHCELL, JOYCE DEWITT.

 

 

VOLUME 10 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XIII 10/01/1982 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & DEBBIE ALLEN. WITH WILLIAM SHATNER, STEPHEN COLLINS, HELEN HUNT, JOHN JAMES, HEATHER LOCKLEAR, KATHERINE SALTZBERG, HEATHER THOMAS, DEMOND WILSON, KEVIN DOBSON, BRUCE BOXLIETNER, BYRON CHERRY, CHRISTOPHER NORRIS, JAMESON PARKER, PENNY PEYSER, JOAN VAN ARK, DANIEL J. TRVANTI, DEAN BUTLER, TINA GAYLE, DELTA BURKE, MELLISA GILBERT, RICKY SCHRODER, LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG, BETTY THOMAS, MICHAEL WARREN.

 

 

VOLUME 12 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XIV 5/4/1983 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & MORGAN FAIRCHILD. WITH JOHN JAMES, SCOTT BAIO, RACHEL DENNISON, LISA EILBACHER, HEATHER LOCKLEAR, RANDI OAKES, GEOFFREY SCOTT, ASRIAN ZMED, TOM WOPAT, JOHN BECK, DANIELLE BRISEBOIS, AUDREY LANDERS, DENISE MILLER, WILLIAM R. MOSES, TRACY NELSON, TED SCHACKELFORD, BRUCE WEITZ, PETER BARTON, DAVID BIRNEY, MEREDITH BAXTER, NANCY MCKENON, CYNTHIA SKIES, MT. T, BETTY THOMAS, TONY DORSETTE.

 

 

VOLUME 13 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XV 10/03/1983 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & ROBERT CONRAD. WITH DONNA MILLS, WILLIAM SHATNER, DANIEL HUGH KELLY, HEATHER LOCKLEAR, BEN MURPHY, GEOFFREY SCOTT, HEATHER THOMAS, JILL WHELAN, WILLIAM DEVANE, ANA ALICIA, ROSALIND CHAO, CHARLES FRANK, WILLIAM R. MOSES, MARTHA SMITH, ANDREW STEVENS, JOAN VAN ARK, MR. T, EDWARD ALBERT, TERI COPLEY, MELINDA CULEA, CHAD EVERETT, CHARLES HAID, VICKI LAWRENCE, CYNTHIA SIKES, BUS WILKINSON, SHARI BELEFONTE.

 

 

VOLUME 14 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XVII 12/20/1984 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & SHARI BLAFONTE. WITH WILLIAM SHATNER, DOUGLAS BARR, MARY CADORETTE, TONY DANZA, TONY LO BIANCO, HEATHER LOCKLEAR, TRACY SCOGGINS, BRENDA VACCARO, WILLIAM DEVANE, CONTANCE MCCASHIN, JENNIFER O' NEILL, TIM REID, DOUG SHEEHAN, DEBORAH SHELTON, PARKER STEVENSON, CHARLENE TILTON, MARK HARMON, JANE BADLER, TERI COPLEY, KIM FIELDS, MICHAEL J. FOX, STEPHANIE KRAMER, JAMES SIKKING, MARC SINGER.

 

 

VOLUME 15 XVI 5/03/1984 : HOSTED BY HOWARD COSELL & DEBBY BOONE. WITH SCOTT BAIO, JOHN JAMES, PAMELA BELLWOOD, JAMES DARREN, C. THOMAS HOWELL, TED LANGE, HEATHER LOCKLEAR, SHAWN WEATHERLY, WILLIAM DEVANE, RICHARD DEAN ANDERSON, ABBY DALTON, SARAH DOUGLAS, WILLIAM R. MOSES, DOUG SHEEHAN, CHARLENE TILTON, CELIA WESTON, FLIP WILSON, ELLEN BRY, KIM FIELDS, MICHAEL J. FOX, CHARLES HAID, MARK HARMON, VICKI LAWRENCE, LISA WHELCHEL, MARCUS ALLEN.

 

 

VOLUME 16 BATTLE OF THE NETWORK STARS XVIII 5/23/1985 : HOSTED BY JOAN VAN ARK & DICK VAN DYKE. WITH DOBORAH ADAIR, MARY CODORETTE, PAT KLOUS, TED MCGINLEY, EMMA SAMS, MICHAEL SPOUND, TONY DANZA, LUCIE ARNAZ, MARY FRANN, JENILEE HARRISON, DOUG MCKEON, WILLIAM R. MOSES, JENNIFER O'NEIL, DACK RAMBO, LORENZO LAMAS, LISA BONET, ERIN GRAY, NANCY MCKEOM, PATRICIA MCPHERSON, KEN OLIN, PHILLIP MICHAEL THOMAS, BUBBA SMITH, EARL WEAVER, KIEL MARTIN.

 

 

BATTLE OF THE SEXES: ABC’s WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS PRESENTS WITH BOBBY RIGGS V BILLIE JEAN KING - MATCH ANNOUNCED BY HOWARD COSELL 9/20/73 WITH ORIGINAL COMMERCIALS 152 MINUTES --ONE OF THE BIGGEST / MOST IMPORTANT TV SPORTING EVENTS EVER -----VG / EXCELLENT PICTURE - MANY CELECBRITIES IN AUDIENCE Bobby Riggs had been one of the world's top tennis players in the 1940s; A master promoter of himself and of tennis, in 1973 Riggs saw an opportunity to make money and to elevate the popularity of a sport he loved. He opined that the female game was inferior and that even at his current age of 55 he could still beat any of the top female players. Billie Jean King entered the carried aloft in a chair held by four bare-chested muscle men dressed in the style of ancient slaves. Riggs followed in a rickshaw drawn by a bevy of scantily clad models. Riggs presented King with a giant lollipop and she gave him a piglet. Rather than playing her own usual aggressive game, she mostly stayed at the easily handling Riggs's lobs and soft shots, making Riggs cover the entire court as she ran him from side to side and beating him at his own defensive game. After quickly failing from the baseline, where he had intended to play, Riggs was forced to change to a "Serve-and-volley" Even at the net, King defeated him: 6–4, 6–3, 6–3. Despite some of the comments downplaying the loss by Riggs (or victory of King), following the match Riggs was "devastated" and isolated himself in his hotel room for four hours with his handlers checking on him periodically. He may not have enjoyed losing to a woman before an audience of an estimated 90 million worldwide (50 million in the US). The attendance in the Houston Astrodome was 30,472, as of 2012 the largest audience to see a tennis match in the US.

 

 

 

BEA AUTHUR 3 DVD AMANDA BY THE SEA 1983 TV SERIES ALL 13 EPSODES vg picture, menu with show select, Many attempts have been made to produce an American version of the British hit comedy "Fawlty Towers", of which this show is one. Amanda, owner of the struggling hotel Amanda's by the Sea, is trying to keep her head above water despite her staff seemingly doing their best to drive her under. Included in the mix is Amanda's son, fresh out of hotel management school and full of more theory than experience, his wife, who would rather be back in the city, and the bellhop Aldo, whose home country is a mystery, but is definitely not somewhere that English is spoken

 

BEA ARTHUR 1 DVD THE BEATRICE ARTHUR TV SPECIAL : RARE CBS BROADCAST 1/19/80 PLUS MORE menu with event select with original commercials! Guests are Rock Hudson & Melba Moore, florence and madam... excellent picture 60 minutes, ...THE PLUS MORE IS 1ST NIGHT OF FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY 4/5/87 MARRIED WITH CHILDREN 1ST EPISODE AND THE TRACEY ULLMAN SHOW..VG with slight grain ..120 minutes full disc

 

THE BEAST 1 DVD 1988... FEATURE FILM... During the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, a Russian tank gets lost among Afghan rebels in the desert and ends up locked in a supersized cat-and-mouse game. As cultures clash outside, tempers flare inside when the tank's conscientious driver (Jason Patric) disagrees with the cruel orders of his commander (George Dzundza). Director Kevin Reynolds' gripping film was adapted from a play by William Mastrosimone.

 

BECAUSE WE CARE 1 DVD 2/5/80 CBS-TV. Alan Alda, Julie Andrews, Ed Asner, Debbie Boone, Glen Campbell, Natalie Cole, Peter Cook, Billy Crystal, Jane Fonda, Robert Goulet, Valerie Harper, Michael Jackson, Danny Kaye, Kris Kristofferson, Marsha Mason, Walter Matthau, Ali MacGraw, Dudley Moore, Mary Tyler Moore, The Muppets, Bob Newhart, Peter, Paul & Mary, John Ritter, Seals & Crofts, Shields & Yarnell, Frank Sinatra, David Soul, John Travolta, Jon Voight, and the World Vision Korean Children’s Choir. A musical variety special to raise awareness and support of the citizens of Cambodia. Filmed on January 29, 1980 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, "Because We Care" aired on February 5, 1980 as a 2-hour special event on CBS and featured numerous celebrities who had a passionate interest in aiding famine victims in Cambodia. Funds were generated by selling tickets to the taping of the special and by public donations made during a phone-a-thon when the concert aired on television. Over $1.1 million was raised to aid Operation USA’s relief efforts, sending medicine, food and supplies to southeast Asia. 2 hours. A

 

 

BELL TELEPHONE HOUR 2 DVD 1976 NBC SPECIAL..vg picture, 120 minutes with Bing Crosby & Liza Minelli as they share a retrospective of the many Bell shows from the 1960s-70s. Live performances by Roy Clark, Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Joel Grey, Ben Vereen, Marvin Hamlisch.THE BELL TELEPHONE JUBILEE: TONIGHT WITH BING AND LIZA ,march 1976, Starring:,Liza Minnelli,Bing Crosby,Joel Grey, Ben Vereen,Marvin Hamlisch,A calvacade of past stars featured on The Bell Telephone Hour ,This very rare Television Special ,features duets from Bing Crosby and Liza Minnelli ,The Way We Were / Yesterday ,Well Did You Eva? ,Cabaret Medley by Joel Grey and Liza Minnelli ,Wilkommen ,Money Money ,Cabaret ,Winter Garden Concert Intro by Marvin Hamlish and Liza: ,If You Could Read My Mind / Come Back To Me ,Gospel Medley with Ben Vereen, Joel Grey, Liza Minnelli, ,And The Martha Graham Dance Company ,Jesus Christ Superstar ,Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show ,Day By Day ,Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord ,I Don’t Know How To Love Him ,There’s A New World Coming ,Jesus Christ Superstar ,Jesus Children Of America

 

 

 

BETTE MIDLER 1 DVD MONDO BEYONDO SHOW HBO TV SPECIAL 1982 60 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BETTIE PAGE 4 DVD THE IRVING KLAW CASSICS -- VOL 1 BETTIE PAGE FILMS - VOLUME 2 THE WRESTLING FILMS - VOLUME 3 FETISH FILMS - VOLUME 4 DANCE FILMS ---Notorious beauty Bettie Page and other sexy pinups star in this collection of 8 mm shorts produced by photographer Irving Klaw (aka "the King of Pinups") between 1951 and 1956. Highlights include a pair of rare catfight films featuring glamorous women wrestling in lingerie; a series of fetish films involving high heels, black stockings and black gloves; and a collection of provocative burlesque-style dances.

 

BETTIE PAGE 1 DVD THE GIRL IN THE LEOPARD SKIN BIKINI 2004 - , 60 minutes There was always more to voluptuous 1950s pinup girl Bettie Page than met the eye (and quite a lot met the eye!). An early Playboy centerfold, Page later became a bondage and fetish model and has found enduring fans as a kitschy icon lusted after by millions. This revealing (pun intended...) documentary tells her story -- from her small-town beginnings to her worldwide notoriety and subsequent retreat from fame.

 

BETTIE PAGE 1 DVD TEASERAMA 1955 - 67 minutes A steamy compilation of 1950s-era burlesque acts, this unique film brings together some of the best-known talents of the genre. Cult icon and pinup girl Bettie Page introduces theem and struts her stuff in this sultry show. Other famous faces include stripper Tempest Storm, Chris La Chris, Trudy Wayne, female impersonator Vickie Lane and comics Dave Starr and Joe E. Ross. Glamour-girl photographer Irving Klaw produces and directs. Cast: Bettie Page, Tempest Storm, Chris La Chris, Trudy Wayne, Vickie Lane, Twinnie Wallens, Dave Starr, Joe E. Ross

 

BETTIE PAGE 1 DVD VARIETEASE SPECIAL EDITION (Bettie Page: Varietease and Teaserma) 1954 72 minutes Cult pin-up model Bettie Page made one of her rare celluloid appearances in this 1954 film intended to replicate an old-fashioned burlesque show. Sporting her famous cropped brunette bangs, Bettie steals the show with her "Dance of the Four Veils." She also shares the stage with two other exotic dancers, a kooky comedian, a female impersonator and other entertainers. Irving Klaw, the man behind Bettie's famous black-and-white photos, directed. Cast: Bettie Page, Chris La Chris, Lily St. Cyr, Bobby Shields, Cass Franklin, Monica Lane

 

 

BETTY HUTTON SHOW 1 DVD 4 EPISODES 1959 RARE COMEDY OF A MANICURIST WHOSE RICH CLIENT DIES AND LEAVES HER A FORTUNE.

 

BETTY WHITE 90TH BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE 90 minutes, excellent picture 1/16/12 with ed ansner, valerie bertinelli, carol burnett, chevy chase, ellen degeneres, tina fey, morgan freeman, brad garrett, valarie harper, jennifer love hewitt, hugh jackman, vicki lawrence, jane leeves, jay leno, zachary levi, gavin macleod, wendie malick, joel mchale, seth nyers, mary tyler moore, tracy morgan, amy pohler, carl reiner, ray romano, william shatner and a special apperance by president barack obama

 

 

THE BETTY WHITE SHOW 2 DVD 1977/ 1978 The exploits of hack TV actress Joyce Whitman, star of the fictitious "Undercover Woman" series. ...Betty White, John Hillerman and Georgia Engel

 

 

BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 1 DVD E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY 120 MINUTES, EXCELLENT PICTURE

 

BIFF BAKER USA TV SERIES 8 EPISODES 2 DVDS 1952 8 EPISODES FROM THE SYNDICATED 1952-53 SERIES STARRING ALAN HALE ("SKIPPER ON GILLIGANS ISLAND") AS AN AMERICAN ENTREPRENEUR WHO TRAVELS THE WORLD WITH HIS WIFE TO IMPORT ITEMS BACK TO THE US. INSTEAD< HE GETS INVOLVED IN ESPIONAGE AND INTRIGUE!

 

 

BIG PARTY 1 DVD 10-22-59 with Greer Garson, Martha Raye, Mike Nichols and Elaine May, Walter Slezak, Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy, Sal Mineo.

 

 

BIKINI WORLD 1 DVD 1967 FEATURE FILM Chauvinist Mike Sampson wants to add burgeoning feminist Delilah Dawes to his harem. However, she wants nothing to do with Mike, so he decides to pose as his nerdy, imaginary brother Herbert to get her to fall for him. In the process Mike falls for Delilah and now must find a way to reveal the secret without losing her. WITH THE CASTAWAYS, THE ANIMALS, THE TOYS, THE GENTRYS

 

 

 

BILL DANA SHOW 7 DVD 1963-1965... This NBC spinoff of "The Danny Thomas Show" featured the character of Jose Jiminez, a nasally sounding Latin American bellhop at a New York hotel.

 

 

BILLY JACK COLLECTION 4 DVD -- ALL FOUR FEATURE FILMS >>Born Losers /Billy Jack / The Trial of Billy Jack /Billy Jack Goes to Washington..

 

 

MANY MORE BING CROSBY ITEMS IN HIS SECTION UNDER THE LETTER B ....AND MANY MORE MENTIONS OF HIM THROUGHTOUT THIS FILE

 

BING CROSBY 1 DVD BING CROSBY'S WHITE CHRISTMAS ALL STAR SHOW 90 minutes, vg picture Produced by the USO for the US troops overseas, this must-see concert film features over 50 celebrities from stage, screen and TV in an evening of music and comedy ..bing crosby, lena horne, dinah shore, jane power, betty hutton, anna maria alberghetti, frankie lane, martha raye, louis armstrong, rhonda fleming, danny kaye, eydie gorme, jimmy rodgers and others

 

BING CROSBY 1 DVD THE BING CROSBY SHOW FOR OLDSMOBILE 9/29/59 w/ Louis Armstrong & Peggy Lee..PLUS HIGH HOPES FRANK SINATRA TIMEX SPECIAL WITH BING CROSBY, DEAN MARTIN, MITZI GAYNOR

 

 

 

BING CROSBY 1 DVD THE BING CROSBY SHOW 12/11/61 (his 1st Christmas special / filmed in London while he was making ROAD TO HONG KONG) with Bob Hope, Shirley Bassey, Terry Thomas, Ron Moody ....BING CROSBY THE BING CROSBY SHOW CBS TV 2/15/64 with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Rosemary Clooney & wife Kathryn Crosby

 

 

BING CROSBY 1 DVD THE BING CROSBY SHOW ABC TV 10/5/60 with Rosemary Clooney & Carol Lawrence... 1 DVD THE BING CROSBY SHOW ABC TV 5/14/62 with Bob Hope, Edie Adams (who just died), Smothers Brothers, Pete Fountain, Gary Crosby...

 

 

BING CROSBY 1 DVD THE BING CROSBY SHOW 11/7/63 with Andre Previn, Buddy Ebsen, Caterina Valente and The Young Americans group..BING CROSBY CARTOONS (Bing appeared in the following:) A Bout With A Trout (Little Lulu) 1947... Popeye's 20th Anniversary 1954... Hollywood Steps Out 1940.....BINGS BRITAIN... Made right before he died, Bing filmed this for the British Tourist Bureau, expressing his love for Great Britain, 1976

 

 

 

THE BLACK & WHITE MINSTREL SHOW 2 DVD UK TV SERIES 180 minutes, vg picture....disc 1 tiny time stamp lower left corner, blk and white, late 50's - early 60's?..45 minutes ...2nd disc is in color. ..70's?. ..excellent picture...145 minutes

 

 

 

BLUE LIGHT 4 DVD The Robert Goulet espionage-spy series which ran on ABC-TV From 1966-67. All 26 episodes. Great quality!...menu with episode select An American correspondent pretends to go over to the Nazi's in World War II but is instead working for the officially neutral United States against Hitler......Blue Light was part Counterfeit Traitor, part Operation Crossbow, part James Bond, and all Robert Goulet. Goulet was perfect, an earlier version of Pierce Brosnan in many ways, as "traitor" David March, double agent extraordinaire, trying his best to help win the war in WWII Europe almost singlehandedly. He was in his prime, handsome and virile, and convincingly charming and deadly, and his romantic interest and partner in spying was the exciting French actress Christine Carrere.

 

 

BOB HOPE 115 DVD 1950 - 1990 ULTIMATE COLLECTION


THERE ARE SOME MISC DISCS OUT OF SEQUENCE AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS LIST (FOUND AFTER THIS LIST WAS FORMATTED / SLEEVES NUMBERED (VOLUME 84-115)

THIS IS A GREAT SET -- COVERS EVERYTHING FROM EARLY TELEVISION FROM THE 1950'S LIKE THE BOB HOPE BUICK / BOB HOPE CHEVY SHOWS --TO BASIC SPECIALS OF THE 1980'S TO THE OUTSTANDING USO MILITARY SHOWS DURING THE VIETNAM WAR YEARS


SO MANY GREAT STARS THAT REACH BACK TO THE DAYS OF RADIO WHO ARE NO LONGER WITH US


TRUE ENTERTMENT ICONS OF THE 20TH CENTURY


QUALITY VARIES -- EARLY SHOWS FROM THE 1950'S ARE LIMITED ---ALL VERY VIEWABLE ---


LATER SHOWS FROM 1960'S ON ARE MOSTLY EXCELLENT


NOT ALL GUESTS ARE LISTED YET


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 1 SPECIAL 5/16/88 HAPPY BIRTHDAY BOB... 50 stars salute your 50 years with NBC Special / 85th Birthday... too many to list...


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 2 1/9/88 BOB HOPE'S FAREWELL PERFORMANCE USO CHRISTMAS SHOW FROM THE PERSIAN GULF AROUND THE WORLD IN 8 DAYS - with barbara eden, lee greenwood, connie stevens and her daughters, miss usa michele royer 1987 and the superbowl dancers


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 3 SPECIAL 5/25/87 "BOB HOPE'S FLYING HIGH BIRTHDAY EXTRAVAGANZA" AIR FORCE 40th ANNIVERSARY, excellent picture... Lucille Ball, Alabama, Kirk Cameron, Glen Campbell, Phyllis Diller, Don Johnson, Delores Hope, Emmanuel Lewis, Barbara Mandrell, Phylicia Rashad, Brooke Shields, President Ronald Reagan


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 4 SPECIAL 12/21/86 Christmas Special Bagfull of Christmas Cheer, excellent picture... Crystal Gayle, All American Football Team, Donna Mills, The Osmond Boys (2nd generation), Brooke Shields


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 5 HAPPY 75th BIRTHDAY BOB 5/29/78... two-and-a-half hours with R. Foxx, Burns, Sammy, T. Orlando, L. Ball, E. Taylor and many more...


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 6 BOB HOPE ON THE ROAD WITH BING... A TRIBUTE TO BING CROSBY 10/28/77... 103 minutes with Bing and a lot of highlights


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 7 BOB HOPE'S ALL STAR COMEDY TRIBUTE TO VAUDEVILLE 3/25/77 90 minutes with L. Ball, B. Peters, J. Walker and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 8 THE BOB HOPE OLYMPIC BENEFIT SPECIAL 4/21/76 90 minutes with Bing, F. Prinze, S. Jones and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 9 BOB HOPE'S JOYS! SPECIAL 1976... Berle, Rickles, D. Martin, Burns, Prinze, F. Brooks, G. Marx


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 10 THE BOB HOPE SPECIAL 9/25/74 1 hour with Gleason, C. Channing & G. Campbell


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 11 SPECIAL 4/2/74 excellent picture... The Cavalcade of Champions, Carol Channing, Tony Curtis, William Holden, Dorothy Lamour, Karl Malden, Tony Randall, Alexis Smith


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 12 THE BOB HOPE SPECIAL 11/13/73 78 minutes, excellent picture... Carpenters, Mike Connors, Joey Heatherton, Don Rickles


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 13 SPECIAL 9/26/73 excellent picture... Ann-Margret, John Denver, Jackson 5, Bobby Riggs


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 14 SPECIAL 4/19/73 excellent picture... Glen Campbell, The Supremes (no Diana), Milton Berle, Joey Heatherton


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 15 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/17/73 80 minutes with R. Foxx, L. Falana and more

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 16 SPECIAL 4/27/72 excellent picture... Glen Campbell, Carol Lawrence, Vic Damone, Sugar Ray Robinson, Dorothy Lamour


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 17 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/17/72 87 minutes with J. Nabors, J. St. John, D. Ho, C. Pride and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 18 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/14/71 84 minutes with U. Andrews, J. Bench, L. Falana and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 19 SPECIAL 12/7/70 excellent picture... Jack Benny, Elke Sommer, Dorothy Lamour, Englebert Humperdinck


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 20 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/15/70 87 minutes with C. Stevens, The Goldiggers and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 21 11/24/69 Danny Thomas, Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 22 SPECIAL 10/13/69 excellent picture... Jimmy Durante, Barbara McNair, Donald O'Connor, Tom Jones


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 23 9/23/69 Johnny Carson, Red Buttons, Phil Silvers, Wally Cox, Steve Allen, Flip Wilson, George Gobel, Buddy Hackett, Jack E. Leonard


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 24 4/17/69 Brasil '66, Tina Louise, Patti Paige


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 25 3/19/69 Jimmy Durante, Ray Charles, Nancy Sinatra


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 26 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/16/69 87 minutes with Ann Margret, The Goldiggers, Rosie Grier


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 27 12/19/68 Glen Campbell, Wally Cox, Janet Leigh, Carol Lawrence


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 28 11/27/68 John Wayne, Eddie Fisher, O.J. Simpson, John McKay, Juliette Prowse, James Garner


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 29 10/14/68 Jeannie C. Riley


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 30 THE BOB HOPE SPECIAL 9/25/68 1 hour with A. Dickinson, J. St. John, C. Burnett and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 31 3/20/68 , Jill St. John, Anne Bancroft, Arnold Palmer, Lou Rawls Paul Lynde


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 32 2/12/68 Bing Crosby, Barbara Eden, Pearl Bailey, Rocky Marciano


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 33 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/18/68 88 minutes with Raquel Welch, Barbara McNair and Phil Crosby


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 34 11/8/67 Don Rickles, Rowan & Martin, Danny Thomas, Don Adams, Paul Lynde, Buddy Hackett


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 35 10/16/67 Edie Gorme, Steve Lawrence, Debbie Reynolds


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 36 9/20/67 Rowan & Martin, Phyllis Diller, Jimmy Durante, Jack Jones, R.Vallee, Rock Hudson


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 37 2/14/67 Phil Silvers, Paul Lynde, Wally Cox, Don Adams, Ernest Borgnine


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 38 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/18/67 80 minutes with Phyllis Diller, Anita Bryant, Vic Damone, Joey Heatherton and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 39 THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1967 50 minutes... Rickles, Rowan & Martin, D. Thomas, D. Adams, Lynde, Hackett and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 40 11/16/66 Bing Crosby, Susan St. James


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 41 4/13/66 Phyllis Diller, Lee Marvin, Jonathan Winters


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 42 2/16/66 Danny Thomas, Martha Raye, Righteous Bros., Jill St. John


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 43 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/19/66 78 minutes... Jack Jones, Joey Heatherton, Anita Bryant


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 44 A BOB HOPE COMEDY SPECIAL 1966 50 minutes... Carson, Berle, Durante, Cosby, Winters, Rickles, Rowan & Martin and more


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 45 10/20/65 We Five, Phyllis Diller, James Garner


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 46 9/29/65 53 minutes... Dinah Shore, Andy Williams, Beatrice Lillie, Douglas Fairbanks Jr


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 47 9/25/64 Dean Martin, Milton Berle, Jack Benny, Phyllis Diller


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 48 4/17/64 60 minutes... Jack Jones, Tony Randall, Martha Raye, TV Guide Awards


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 49 2/14/64 Anne Bancroft, Sergio Franchi, Janet Leigh, Julie London


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 50 10/25/63 andy griffith, martha raye, jane russell, and others


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 51 5/15/63 60 minutes... Fred MacMurray, Patti Page, Arnold Palmer


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 52 1/16/63 60 minutes... Lana Turner, Janis Paige, Peter Leeds, Anita Bryant, Miss USA Amedee Chabot, Jerry Colonna


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 53 10/24/62 60 minutes... Lucille Ball, Bing Crosby, Juliet Prowse


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 54 4/25/62 Frank Sinatra, Dorothy Lamour, Janis Paige


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 55 3/22/62 Fabian, Piper Lorrie, Ethel Merman


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 56 2/27/62 Jack Paar, Joan Collins, Steve Allen, Joanie Somers


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 57 1/24/62 56 minutes... Dorothy Provine, Anita Bryant, Jerry Colonna, Miss World Rosemarie Frankland, Peter Leeds, Jayne Mansfield


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 58 12/13/61 Danny Thomas, James Garner, All-American Team


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 59 The Bob Hope Buick Show 4/12/61 P. Harris, Janis Paige, James Darren


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 60 Buick Sports Award Show 2/15/61 Dean Martin, Lucille Ball, Ginger Rogers, Roger Maris


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 61 1/11/61 Andy Williams, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Janis Paige, Jerry Colonna, Anita Bryant


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 62 The Bob Hope Buick Show 10/22/60 Perry Como, Ginger Rogers


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 63 10/3/60 Bobby Darin, Patti Page, Joan Crawford


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 64 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 4/20/60... J. Garner, P. Paige, J. Caulfield... black and white, vg picture with slight grain


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 65 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 10/8/59... 1 hour with D. Martin, N. Wood and more... black and white, vg picture with slight grain


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 66 3/2/58 52 minutes... Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner, Anita Ekberg


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 67 1/17/58 54 minutes... Jayne Mansfield, Hedda Hopper, Erin O'Brien, Jerry Colonna, Peter Leeds, Carol Jarvis, Arthur Duncan


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 68 11/24/57 54 minutes... Danny Thomas, Sheree North, Rhonda Fleming, Joan Caulfield, Jimmy Durante, Francis X. Bushman & The Hollywood Deb Stars


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 69 10/6/57 52 minutes... Ann Miller, Eddie Fisher, Marie McDonald, Gary Crosby (Filmed in French Morocco)


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 70 1/25/57 Eddie Fisher, Harry James, Betty Grable, Rowan & Martin, Jack Kirkwood PLUS 4/15/57 with F. Sinatra and N. Wood, black & white, vg picture with slight grain


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 71 1/10/57 & 1/25/57... 1/10/57 Rosemary Clooney, Lana Turner, Wally Cox, Gordon Jenkins; 1/25/57 Eddie Fisher, Harry James, Betty Grable, Rowan & Martin, Jack Kirkwood


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 72 THE BOB HOPE CHEVY SHOW 120 minutes total disc... 2 SHOWS: 11/18/56 with Berle, P. Como, J. London and more... 4/15/57: with F. Sinatra and N. Wood... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 73 11/15/55 55 minutes... Betty Hutton, Jeanne Crain, Lassie


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 74 10/4/55 60 minutes... Jane Russell, Wally Cox, Roy Rogers, Janis Paige, The Hollywood Deb Stars

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 75 2/1/55 60 minutes... Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, The Sons of the Pioneers, Line Renaud, Shirley MacLaine

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 79 THE BOB HOPE SHOW 4/13/54... 1 hour with J. Benny & R. Clooney... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 77 THE BOB HOPE SHOW 4/26/52... F. MacMurray, Bell Sisters, G. Robbins and more... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 78 THE BOB HOPE SHOW 10/14/51 & 12/2/51... D. Shore, J. Colonna, J. Dempsey, Skylarks and others... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 79 BOB HOPE: THE COMEDY HOUR 12/24/50... R. Cummings, E. Roosevelt, R. Maxwell and others... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 80 THE BOB HOPE SHOW 11/26/50... M. Maxwell, J. Wakely, Hi Hatters and more... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 81 STAR SPANGLED REVUE 5/27/50... F. Sinatra, P. Lee, B. Lillie and others... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 82 STAR SPANGLED REVUE 4/9/50 90 minutes with D. Shore, D. Fairbanks, C. Reiner and more, black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 83 THE COMEDY HOUR WITH BOB HOPE 1950 1 hour with Marilyn Maxwell, original live commercials and more... black and white, vg picture with slight grain

 


THESE WERE FOUND AFTER THE LIST WAS DONE (THATS WHY OUT OF SEQUENCE)

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 84 DON'T SHOOT IT'S ONLY ME" SPECIAL with dr. henry kissinger, milton berle, george burns, frances langsford, gloria loring, connie stevens, danny thomas

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 85 BOB'S CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 12/14/75 o/c Redd Foxx, Donnie & Marie, Angie Dickinson, A.P. College Team

 


BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 86 ON UCLA CAMPUS 4/17/75 John Wayne, Aretha Franklin, America, Flip Wilson

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 87 BOB HOPE'S WOMEN 9/28/66 Lucy, Joan Collins, Phyllis Diller, Arlene Dahl, Rhonda Fleming, Joan Fontaine, Hedy Lamaar, Dorothy Lamour, Virginia Mayo, Marilyn Maxwell, Vera Miles, Janis Paige, Paul Lynde, Jerry Collona

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 88 2/12/65 Johnny Carson, Jack Jones, Carroll Baker, Louis Prima

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 89 12/18/64 with martha raye, nancy wilson, beach boys, katherine crosby, james garner

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 90 11/20/64 with richard chamberlain, stella stevens, annette funicello, trini lopez, donald o'conner

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 91 9/27/63 with dean martin, tuesday wells, barbra streisand,

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 92 4/14/63 with dean martin, martha raye, 4th annual tv guide awards

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 93 11/29/62 with jack benny, bobby darin, ethel merman,

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 94 3 SHOWS - 4/7/57 with frank sinatra & natalie wood, - 3/25/62 with frank sinatra, dorothy lamour, janis paige - 3/13/63 with robert goulet, brenda lee, frank sinatra, edie adams

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 95 5/22/56 with pearl bailey, kim novak, ken murray, leo durocher, vic damone - 10/21/56, lucille ball & desi arnez & vivian vance, william frawley (cast of i live lucy) , diana dors, jimmy cagney, andf the hollywood deb stars, don larson

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOLUME 96 4/16/54 with david niven, cass daley, janis paige

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 97 BOB HOPE SHOW 10/12/54 DAVID NIVEN, MARILY MAXWELL, JOSE GRECO, LES BROWN AND HIS BAND OF RENOWNS, BLK & WHITE, 60 minutes, excellent picture

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 98 BOB HOPE SHOW 12/7/54 FROM LONDON - BEATRICE LILLIE, LIANE DAYDE, MOIRA LISTER, JERRY DESMOND, THE COLOGNE MALE VOICE CHOIR, ERIC ROBINSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA AND SPECIAL GUEST MAURICE CHEVALIER (1ST TIME ON TELEVISION) . BLK & WHITE, 60 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 99 BOB HOPE SHOW 1/9/55 (AIR DATE) FROM GREENLAND (RECORDED 12/31/54) THIS SHOW WAS PRESENTED BY THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AT THE INVITATION OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE - THE HONORABLE HAROLD TALBOTT --GUESTS --WILLIAM HOLDEN, HEDDA HOPPER, MARGARET WHITING, ROBERT STRAUSS, JERRY COLONNA, ANITA EKBERG, THE NICK CASTLE DANCERS AND THE CREW CHIEFS (OFFICIAL US AIR FORCE BAND) --BLK & WHITE, 78 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 100 BOB HOPE SHOW 3/1/55 DAVID NIVEN, VIVIAN BLAINE, QUINTETTO ALLEGRO, THE LOUIS DaPRON DANCERS, LES BROWN AND HIS BAND OF RENOWNS, BLK & WHITE, 51 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 101 THE BOB HOPE SHOW 4/26/55 LLOYD NOLAN, LINE RENAUD, HANS CONREID, MISS MALTA AND COMPANY DOG REVUE FROM MOULON ROUGE, THE LOUIS DaPRON DANCERS, LES BROWN AND HIS BAND OF RENOWNS, SPECIAL GUEST LASSIE - BLK & WHITE, 65 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 102 BOB HOPE CHEVY SHOW 12/27/55 (AIR DATE) FILMED 12/24/55 FROM HOLLYWOOD AND ICELAND - BETTY GRABLE, JAMES MASON, JOAN RHODES, THE NICK CASTLE DANCERS, GORDON JENKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA BLK & WHITE, 60 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 103 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 4/15/59 -GINGER ROGERS, JERRY COLONNA, DODI STEVENS, LES BROWN AND HIS BAND OF RENOWNS WITH SPECIAL GUEST JACK BENNY BLK & WHITE, 50 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 104 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 12/11/59 - RHONDA FLEMING, JANICE PAGE, DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA WITH SPECIAL GUEST ERNIE KOVACS BLK & WHITE, 53 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 105 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 11/16/60 FROM THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY - (FOOTHILLS OF THE ROCKIES) - KAY STARR, SPECIAL GUEST STEVE MCQUEEN, AIR FORCE ACADEMY BAND, BLK & WHITE, 50 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 106 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 12/12/60 - POLLY BERGEN, JIMMY DURANTE BLK & WHITE, 50 minutes, excellent picture

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 107 THE BOB HOPE BUICK SHOW 5/13/61 JENNY LONDON ? , JULIET PROWSE, DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA - SPECIAL GUEST JAMES GARNER BLK & WHITE, 54 minutes, excellent

 

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 108 THE BOB HOPE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1/17/64 FROM VARIOUS MILITARY BASES FROM TURKEY, LIBYA, GREECE, NATO HEADQUARTERS ITALY, USS SHANGRI-LA AND MORE - WITH TUESDAY WELD, ANITA BRYANT, JERRY COLONNA, MISS USA MICHELE METRINKO, PHILIP CROSBY, JOHN BUBBLES, THE EARL TWINS, PETER LEEDS, LES BROWN AND HIS BAND OF RENOWNS, BLK & WHITE, 80 minutes, excellent picture

 

BOB HOPE 1 DVD VOL 109 TRIBUTE TO LUCY 9/23/89 90 minutes, excellent picture --with many guests and classic footage - original commericals

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 110 10/15/58 with joan crawford, danny thomas, robert strauss, bernard brothers, marion ryan,

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 111 1/16/59 VARIOUS LOCATIONS AROUND THE WORLD - MILITARY BASES - - HEDDA HOPPER, GINA LOLLABRIGIDA, ELAINE DUNN, RANDY SPARKS, JERRY COLONNA

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 112 2/10/59 WITH MAUREEN O'HARA, CAROL HANEY, DAVID ROSE, DANNY THOMAS

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 113 3/13/59 JULIE LONDON, GUY MITCHELL, GAIL DAVIS,

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME VOLUME 114 4/15/59 GINGER RODGERS, JERRY COLONNA, DODIE STEVENS,

 

THE BOB HOPE SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 115 11/16/60 FROM AIR FORCE ACADEMY STEVE MCQUEEN, KAY STAR

 

 

BOLD ONES 22 DVD... The original concept was for a high-quality thoughtful rotating drama series set in several prestigious professions -- doctors, attorneys, "protectors" (about a Police Chief and District Attorney), and a Senator. The most long-lasting of the four was the series "The Doctors" which was originally named "Bold Ones -- The Doctors". It starred actors E. G. Marshall, David Hartman and John Saxon; during its last season, it was called "The New Doctors" when Robert Walden joined the cast and John Saxon left. The "Bold Ones -- The Lawyers" were played by Burl Ives, James Farantino and Joseph Campanella; The "Bold Ones -- The Protectors" were played by Leslie Nielsen (who later went on to star in the farcical "Airplane" movies) in the serious role of a Chief of Police and Hari Rhodes as a District Attorney; The "Bold Ones -- The Senator" starred Hal Holbrook as an idealistic U.S. Senator. 80 EPISODES.

 

 

 

BOMBERS MOON 1 DVD PLAYHOUSE 90 5/22/58 ROBERT CUMMINGS, MARTIN BALSAM, RIP TORN & WRITTEN BY ROD SERLING... About a WWII pilot accused of cowardice. all I could find on this is that No Gods To Serve and The Arena are written by Serling Christmas For Sweeney/No Gods To Serve/ Garritys Sons/The Arena

 

 

BOSTON BLAKIE 5 DVDS. APPROXIMATELY 45 EPISODES --- OUT OF THE 58 PRODUCED --- FROM "BOSTON BLACKIE TV SHOW" 1951-52. STARRING KENT TAYLOR. GOOD QUALITY. VERY RARE STUFF. WAS ONE OF FIRST SYNDICATED SHOWS, ALONG WITH "SUPERMAN."

 

 

BOURBON STREET BEAT 19 DVD... Private eye drama that was an attempt by both ABC and Warner Brothers to strike gold a second time after the success of 77 Sunset Strip. Bourbon Street Beat was basically 77 Sunset Strip set in New Orleans and starred Andrew Duggan, Richard Long, and Van Williams as a trio of private eyes. Despite lasting only one season, some of Bourbon Street Beat's characters lived on afterwards. Rex Randolph (played by Richard Long) would later join the cast of 77 Sunset Strip whilst Kenny Madison (played by Van Williams) would turn up on Surfside. (24 DVD 77 SUNSET STRIP AND 15 DVD SURFSIDE 6 ALSO AVAIL )

 

 

THE BOWERY BOYS / DEAD END KIDS COLLECTION 7 DVD

Featuring the original punks of the New York Slums...This great quality DVD collection contains the original seven feature films that established the Kids as big stars. These hard hitting melodramas are nothing like the later comic Bowery Boys films and retain their emotional power to this day. Staring are Billy Halop, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Gabriel Dell & Bernard Punsley along with other top performers of the late 1930's.

 

 

1. Dead End - (1937) - Based on the hit Broadway play about the slums of New York City and featuring Humphrey Bogart, Joel McCrea and Sylvia Sidney.

 

2. Crime School - (1938) - The kids get sent to reform school. Featuring Humphrey Bogart.

 

3. Angels With Dirty Faces (1938) - The kids see a gangster as a hero and follow his misdeeds while a priest attempts to set them straight. Featuring James Cagney, Pat O'Brien and Ann Sheridan, Humphrey Bogart

 

4. They made Me a Criminal - (1939) - The Kids are working on a farm and encounter an escaped fighter who believes he has commited murder. Featuring John Garfield and Claude Rains.

 

5. Hell's Kitchen - (1939) - The kids are back in reform school and encounter intense situations. Featuring Ronald Reagan and Margaret Lindsay.

 

6. Angels Wash Their Faces - (1939) - The kids get mixed up with political corruption in the city. Featuring Ronald Reagan and Ann Sheridan.

 

7. On Dress Parade - (1939) - The kids are students at a miltary school. Have they gone straight?

 

 

BOWERY BOYS 18 DVD ALL 44 BOWERY BOYS FILMS ..QUALITY VARIES, SOME ARE CRYSTAL, MOST ARE VERY GOOD, A COUPLE ARE GRAINY

 

 

BOWERY BOYS 2 DVD (DEAD END KIDS) JUNIOR G MEN 1940 ..12 COMPLETE EPISODES ..FULL SERIES, menu with chapter select, black & white, vg/excellent picture..GREAT STUFF ..FUN TO WATCH

 

 

BOWERY BOYS 2 DVD (DEAD END KIDS) JUNIOR G MEN OF THE AIR 1942 ,12 COMPLETE EPISODES FULL SERIES, menu with chapter select, black & white, vg/excellent picture..GREAT STUFF ..FUN TO WATCH

 

 

BRACKEN’S WORLD 22 DVD - "Bracken’s World" was an hour longtv series that ran for 2 years in 1969 and 1970. It starred Peter Haskell, Dennis Cole, Leslie Nielsen, Eleanor Parker, Laraine Stevens, Karen Jensen, and Jeanne Cooper. It aired a total of 41 episodes which are listed below. Because of the age and the source of these episodes, the quality is poor on some of them. They come from multiple sources so the quality will vary from episode to episode.

 

"Fade In" with Tony Curtis & Racquel Welch

 

"Panic" with Scott Brady & Mark Allen

 

"King David" with Zsa Zsa Gabor & Carolyn Jones

 

"Don't You Cry For Susannah" with Diana Ewing & Ray Milland

 

"Options" with Robert Goulet & Debbie Reynolds

 

"Closed Set" with Norman Alden & Lee Amber

 

"The Sweet Smell Of Failure" with Ricardo Montalban & Tom Selleck

 

"The Stunt" with William Campbell & Gary Collins

 

"All The Beautiful Young Girls" with Arthur Hill & Kevin Hagen

 

"A Package Deal" with Shelley Fabares & Peter Leeds

 

"It's the Power Structure, Baby" with Alan Bergmann & Booker Bradshaw

 

"Move In For A Close-Up" with Peter Donat & Dick Wilson

 

"Stop Date" with Richard Anderson & Dane Clark

 

"The Chase Sequence" with Clint Ritchie & Jeff Burton

 

"Focus on a Gun" with Joe Don Baker & Angela Clarke

 

"Money Men" with Carl Betz & Liam Sullivan

 

"Meanwhile Back at the Studio" with Michael Baseleon & James Hampton

 

"A Perfect Piece of Casting" with Monte Markham & Daniel J. Travanti

 

"Superstar" with Lee Majors & Sam Elliott

 

"Whatever Happened to Happy Endings" with Lee Grant & Flora Plumb

 

"Fallen, Fallen is Babylon" with James Coburn & Richard Thomas

 

"Papa Never Spanked Me" with Martin Sheen & Jack Albertson

 

"A Beginning, A Middle and An End" with Joseph Campanella & Felton Perry

 

"Diffusion" with Anne Baxter & Barry Coe

 

"Day For Night" with James Gregory & Pat O'Brien

 

"One, Two, Three, Cry" with Kathleen Lloyd & Jo Ann Pflug

 

"Love it or Leave It, Change It or Lose It" with Tony Bill &

Forrest Tucker

 

"Murder, Off Camera" with Ellen Corby & Stuart Whitman

 

"Jenny, Who Bombs Buildings" with Sally Field & Richard Gates

 

"Together Again, For The Last Time" with John Archer & Janice Rule

 

"A Preview in Samarkand" with Suzanne Charney & Stanley Clements

 

"The Mary Tree" with Diana Hyland & Edward G. Robinson

 

"Hey Gringo, Hey Pocho" with Ricardo Montalban & John Randolph

 

"A Team of One Legged Acrobats" with Kim Hunter & Tom Skerritt

 

"Anonymous Star" with Janet Leigh & Ida Lupino

 

"Infinity" with Darren McGavin & Sean Kelly

 

"The Nude Scene" with Lois Nettleton & Craig Stevens

 

"A Score Without Strings" with Jim McMullan & Billy Halop

 

"Will Freddy's Real Father Please Stand Up" with George Spells & Diana Sands

 

"The Country Boy" with Tim Matheson & Madlyn Rhue

 

"Miss Isabel Blue" with Sally Ann Howes & Armando Silvestre

 

 

 

BRADY BUNCH VARIETY HOUR 5 DVD All 8 SHOWS!! .....excellent / crystal picture, menu with show select, ..they are all here (including alice) ... except no eve plumb..(replaced by geri reischl) ...

 

DISC 1:

Air Date:November 28, 1976 Guests:Tony Randall, Donny & Marie Osmond

 

Air Date:January 23, 1977 - Guests:Lee Majors, Farrah Fawcett-Majors, Kaptain Kool and the Kongs, Rip Taylor

 

 

 

DISC 2:

Air Date:February 27, 1977 Guests:Milton Berle, Rip Taylor, Tina Turner

 

Air Date:March 4, 1977 Guests:Vincent Price, Rip Taylor, H.R. Pufnstuf, Kiki Bird

 

 

 

Disc 3:

Air Date:March 21, 1977 Guests:Charo, the Hudson Brothers, Rip Taylor

 

 

Air Date:March 28, 1977 Guests:Rich Little, Edgar Bergen, Melanie

 

 

Disc 4:

Air Date:April 4, 1977 Guests:Redd Foxx, Robert Heyges, the Ohio Players

 

Air Date:April 25, 1977 - Guests:The What’s Happenin’ Kids, Rip Taylor, Rick Dees

 

 

Disc 5:

Air Date:May 25, 1977 Guests: Rip Taylor, Paul Williams, Lynn Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

BROADWAY MUSIC OF LERNER & LOWE TV SPECIAL 1962 ..60 minutes, vg picture STARRING JULIE ANDREWS AND RICHARD BURTON AND ROBERT GOULET AND MAURICE CHEVALIER. , JULIE AND R BURTON PERFORM SONGS FROM CAMELOT!!! , JULIE PERFORMS SONGS FROM MY FAIR LADY!!! , JULIE, BURTON, & GOULET REUNITE FOR CAMELOT

 

 

BROTHERHOOD 2 DVD SHOWTIME 2006-2008 SEASON 3 COMPLETE Showtime's award-winning series tells the story of two working-class, Irish-American brothers -- self-important politician Tommy Caffee (Jason Clarke) and mobster Michael (Jason Isaacs) -- whose divergent personalities make it hard to remember that they are family. As they wrestle for control of the hearts and finances of their Rhode Island neighborhood, their families and friends often pay the price. Fionnula Flanagan and Annabeth Gish co-star

 

GO TO SECTION B FOR MORE BURT - BURT BACHARACH 1 DVD TWO TV SPECIALS! 1 HOUR EACH..1. BURT BACHARACH SPECIAL. 3/14/71 WITH BARBRA STREISAND AND TOM JONES........2. BURT BACHARACH SPECIAL. 6/17/70 WITH JOEL GREY AND DIONNE WARWICK..DIRECTORS CUT..VG WITH SLIGHT GRAIN..time stamp lower left corner 2nd special only

 

 

BUS STOP 7 DVD... Bus Stop is a drama which aired on ABC from October 1, 1961 until March 25, 1962, starring Marilyn Maxwell (1921-1972) as Grace Sherwood, the owner of a bus station and diner in the fictitious town of Sunrise in the Colorado Rockies. The program was adapted from William Inge's play, Bus Stop, and Inge was a script consultant for the series, which followed the lives of travelers passing through the bus station and the diner. Maxwell's co-stars were Richard Anderson (born 1926) as District Attorney Glenn Wagner, Rhodes Reason (born 1930) as Sheriff Will Mayberry, Joan Freeman (born 1942) as waitress Elma Gahrigner, Bernard Kates (1922-2010) as Ralph the Coroner and Buddy Ebsen (1908-2003) as Virge Blessing, a year before he donned the role of Jed Clampett on CBS's The Beverly Hillbillies. 11 EPISODES on 6 DVD-R DISCS... BONUS DISC: BUS STOP (The Movie) 1956 with Marilyn Monroe.....MENU WITH SHOW SELECT, VG PICTURE, BLK & WHITE

 

 

CADILLAC RECORDS 1 DVD CADILLAC RECORDS MOVIE RELEASED "Cadillac Records" is a fun, fast, flashy introduction to the world of Chess Records. In the 1950's, Leonard Chess, a Polish-born Jew in Chicago, along with his brother Phil (not seen in this film) produced "race" records by African American blues and rock and roll legends like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Chuck Berry and Etta James

 

CANDY 1 DVD 1968 FEATURE FILM : GREAT CAST SEE BELOW : - Based on Terry Southern's satirical novel, a sendup of Voltaire's -Candide-. Young Candy is a high school girl who seeks truth and meaning in life, encountering a variety of kookie characters and humorous sexual situations in the process --screen play by buck henry --- richard burton, marlon brando, ringo starr, walter mattheu, james colburn, john astin, john huston, sugar ray leonard, anita pallenburg

 

CAPITOL FOURTH 1 DVD 31ST EDITION OF THE NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION WEST LAWN US CAPITOL WASHINGTON DC 7/4/11 90 miutes, vg / excellent picture ..with steve martin, steve canton ranglers, josh grobin, matthew morrison (glee), jordan sparks, mark ballas & chelsea hightower (dancing with the stars), little richard, cast of million dollar quartet, kelli o'hara, national symphony orchestra, the choral arts society of washingtonus army ceremonial band, U.S. army herald trumpets and more

 

 

NEW 2018

CAROL BURNETT SHOW 1 DVD Original Broadcast! 4/2/77 CBS-TV. Carol Burnett, with series regulars Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, and Tim Conway. 10th anniversary show includes clips from prior shows, including the question-and-answer session of Carol's first show in 1967; her numerous array of characters including the Charwoman and Zelda; and vintage movie parodies and musical numbers with such guest stars as Mel Tormé, Don Rickles, Vince Edwards, Steve Lawrence, Rock Hudson, Ken Berry, Mickey Rooney and Jim Nabors. 1 hour, this episode was shown without commercial interruptions. A-

 

PREVIOUSLY IN

 

CAROL BURNETT SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 1... 105 minutes, menu with show select, crystal... Episodes 1002 & 722... guest stars Dinah Shore, Roddy McDowall & The Jackson 5... each episode has recent up-to-date presentation / intro by Carol, Tim and Harvey

 

CAROL BURNETT SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 2... 105 minutes, menu with show select, crystal... Episodes 707 & 1018... guest stars Ken Berry & Jack Weston, Rock Hudson & Steve Lawrence... each episode has recent up-to-date presentation / intro by Carol, Tim and Harvey

 

CAROL BURNETT SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 3... 105 minutes, menu with show select, crystal... Episodes 716 & 917... guest stars Carl Reiner, Steve Lawrence... each episode has recent up-to-date presentation / intro by Carol, Tim and Harvey

 

CAROL BURNETT SHOW 1 DVD VOLUME 4... 105 minutes, menu with show select, crystal... 2/5/73 and 11/1/75, Rock Hudson & Nancy Walker, Roddy McDowell... each episode has recent up-do-date presentation / intro by Carol, Tim and Harvey

 

CAROL BURNETT 14 DVD CAROL BURNETT SHOW THE COMPLETE COLLECTION... 62 ONE-HOUR EPISODES, DIGITALLY REMASTERED! CBS-TV 1967 - 1978... full one-hour, unedited restored episodes, english with the option of spanish subtitles... 11/13/76: Guest Dinah Shore; 3/16/74: Guests Roddy McDowall, The Jackson 5; 10/20/73: Guests Ken Berry, Jack Weston; 1/29/77: Guests Rock Hudson, Steve Lawrence; 1/19/74: Guest Carl Reiner; 1/10/70: Guest Steve Lawrence; 2/15/75: Guests Rock Hudson, Nancy Walker; 11/1/75: Guest Roddy McDowall; 9/25/76: Guest Jim Nabors; 12/14/74: Guests Ken Berry, Carl Reiner; 3/26/77: Guest Ken Berry; 2/16/74: Guest Bernadette Peters; 3/17/75: Guests Roddy McDowall, Bernadette Peters; 11/22/75: Guest Betty White; 9/20/75: Guest Sammy Davis Jr.; 10/4/75: Guest Shirley Maclaine; 2/5/74: Guest Steve Lawrence; 2/2/74: Guest Steve Lawrence; 11/8/72: Guests Steve Lawrence, Lily Tomlin; 12/21/74: Guest Alan Alda; 9/29/73: Guest Gloria Swanson; 11/3/73: Guests Steven Lawrence, Paul Sand; 2/21/76: Guests Dick Van Dyke, Tony Randall; 10/30/76: Guest Roddy McDowall; 1/8/78: Guests Roddy McDowall, Ken Berry; 1/22/77: The Regulars; 3/5/77: Guest Hal Linden; 2/4/77: Guest Eydie Gorme; 3/5/78: Guests Steve Martin, Betty White; 3/12/78: Guests James Garner, George Carlin, Ken Berry; 10/25/72: Guest Pearl Bailey; 10/13/73: Guests Eydie Gorme, Paul Sand; 2/9/74: Guests Joel Grey, Vincent Price; 1/24/76: Guests Jackson 5; 2/23/74: Guest Eydie Gorme; 2/14/76: Guest Joanne Woodward; 10/16/76: Guest Madeline Kahn; 2/26/77: Guest Ben Vereen; 1/4/75: Guests Vincent Price, Joan Rivers; 11/6/76: Guest Kay Cole; 9/14/74: Guest Jim Nabors; 10/12/74: Guests Telly Savalas, Smothers Brothers; 2/22/75: Guest Tim Conway; 3/13/76: Family Show; 11/15/75: Guest Maggie Smith; 11/22/75: Guest Betty White; 9/27/75: Guest Cher; 10/29/77: Guests Dick Van Dyke, Ken Berry; 3/6/76: Guest Jack Klugman; 11/29/75: Guests The Pointer Sisters; 12/4/76: Guest Alan King; 11/11/77: Guest Dick Van Dyke; 11/23/74: Guest Maggie Smith; 1/3/76: Guest Rita Moreno; 11/10/73: Guests Petula Clark, Tim Conway; 10/1/77: Guests Dick Van Dyke, Steve Lawrence; 12/15/73: Guests Richard Crenna, Ruth Buzzi; 10/25/75: Guests The Pointer Sisters; 3/29/75: Guests Phil Silvers, Jean Stapleton; 12/18/76: Guest Dick Van Dyke; 3/23/74: Guests John Byner, Francine Beers; 1/25/75: Guests William Conrad, Jackson 5.=

 

CAROL CHANNING 1 DVD AN EVENING WITH CAROL CHANNING 2/18/66 PLUS MORE TV SPECIAL WITH DAVID MCCALLUM (MAN FROM UNCLE AND DUCKY FROM NCIS), GEORGE BURNS, --THE PLUS MORE IS AN EPISODE FROM GLENN CAMPBELL GOODTIME HOUR WITH TIM CONWAY, JOHN WAYNE, THREE DOG NIGHT--120 MINUTES, EXCELLENT PICTURE---CAROL HAS TIME STAMP AND TITLE INFO AT TOP

 

CAROL CHANNING CAROL AND GENE TWO VERY SPECIAL SPECIALS - ONE HUNDRED AND ONE MEN - Carol Channing in a musical and comedy special featuring country star Eddy Arnold, George Burns and Walter Matthau. AN AMERICAN IN PASADENA - Gene Kelly and all star cast that includes Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, Liza Minnelle, Cyd Charisse, Gloria DeHaven, Kathryn Grayson, Cindy Williams and Janet Leigh.

 

CAROL FOR ANOTHER CHRISTMAS 1 DVD 12/28/64 ABC TV SPECIAL DIRECTED BY JOESEPH P MANKIEWICZ starring peter sellers, eva marie saint, sterling hayden and steve lawrence...blk & white, excellent picture...Presented without commercial interruptions, this "United Nations Special" was sponsored by the Xerox Corporation, the first of a series of Xerox specials promoting the UN. Director Joseph Mankiewicz's first work for television, the 90-minute ABC drama was publicized as having an all-star cast (which meant that names of some supporting cast members were not officially released). In Rod Serling's update of Charles Dickens, industrial tycoon Daniel Grudge has never recovered from the loss of his 22-year-old son Marley, killed in action during Christmas Eve of 1944. The embittered Grudge has only scorn for any American involvement in international affairs. But then the Ghost of Christmas Past takes him back through time to a World War I troopship. Grudge also is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Future gives him a tour across a desolate landscape where he sees the ruins of a once-great civilization.

 

CAUGHT ON CAMERA 25 DISC SET 50 EPISODES

 

MENU WITH EPISODE SELECT / CRYSTAL PICTURE --- SOME OF THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS FOOTAGE YOU WILL EVER SEE IN YOUR LIFE ---AIR SHOW CRASHES, ROBBERIES, SKYDIVING MISHAPS, POLICE DASHCAM VIDEOS, FIGHT, BIZARRE BEHAVIOR, WILD ANIMALS ATTACKING CAMPSITES AND MUCH MUCH MORE ---50 HOURS WORTH

 

CRYSTAL PICTURE --

 

1 ) DAREDEVILS , DASHCAM DIARIES 4

 

2 ) SINISTER, STRANGE, SHOCKING . DASH CAM DIARIES 2

 

3 ) THRILLS & SPILLS . BAD BEHAVIOR

 

4 ) SINSTER, STRANGE, SHOCKING 2. CLOSE ENCOUNTERS WITH DEATH

 

5 ) NARROW ESCAPE , CUSTOMERS GONE WILD.

 

6 ) THIEVES & THUGS, A HARD DAYS WORK

 

7 ) VIDEO VIGILANTES, A HARD DAY'S WORK

 

8 ) INTO THE DEEP, SHOTS FIRED

 

9 ) SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST, COLLISION

 

10 ) WORKPLACE GONE WILD, FURY

 

11 ) CRASH ! , TEENS GONE WILD

 

12 ) CHEATING DEATH, BOOM !

 

13 ) WATCH AT YOUR OWN RISK, WILD RIDES

 

14 ) VIRAL VIDEOS REAL OR FAKE?, NICK OF TIME

 

15 ) WHAT WOULD YOU DO? 2, FIREBALL !

 

16 ) HIGH VOLTAGE, TRAPPED

 

17 ) THE DANGER ZONE, EXTREME RESCUES

 

18 ) USUAL SUSPECTS, SURPRISE !

 

19 ) POLITICS GONE WILD, VIRAL VIDEOS MILLIONS SERVED

 

20 ) LABOR PAIN, OUT OF CONTROL

 

21) OUT OF LINE, TO THE RESCUE !

 

22) WET AND WILD, THE THIN BLUE LINE

 

23) WRONG SIDE OF THE LAW, WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

 

24) OVERBOARD, MAN VS. NATURE

 

25) TOTAL DESTRUCTION, FULL THROTTLE

 

 

CAVALCADE OF STARS 1 DVD WITH JACKIE GLEASON AND ART CARNEY..60 minutes, black & white, vg picture

 

 

CELEBRITY BOWLING 29 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION

87 GREAT SHOWS

CHECK OUT THESE GREAT NAMES - 1971-1978 ~ Syndicated

Hosted by Jed Allen. Just as its name might imply, this fun, friendly show pits pairs of celebrities against each other in 'best ball' bowling matches to earn prizes for audience members.

 

1. Frank Gorshin and wife vs. Greg Morris and Johnny Paradino. 2. The Lennon Sisters-Kathy and Janet vs. Peggy and Eydie. 3. Ed Asner and Gail Fischer vs. John Davidson and Peggy Lennon. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 2

1971-1978 ~ Syndicated

Includes: 1. John Davidson and Gail Fisher vs. Diane Lennon and Richard Long. 2. Johnny Tilson and Sammy Shore vs. Ed Asner and Richard Long. 3. Trini Lopez and Gloria Loring vs. Lee Meriwether and David Canary. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 3

Includes: 1. Trini Lopez and Suzanne Langdon vs. Lee Meriwether and Max Baer Jr. 2. Max Baer Jr. and Gloria Loring vs. Suzanne Langdon and David Zachary. 3. Mimi Hines and Phil Ford vs. Artie Johnson and Gerry Owens. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 4

Includes: 1. Mimi Hines and Phil Ford vs. Lucie Arnaz and Bill Vandervort. 2. Lucie Arnaz and Artie Johnson vs. Peter Marshall and Bill Vandervort. 3. Dave Madden and Patty McCormack vs. Peter Marshall and Art Marciano. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 5

Includes: 1. Ernest Borgnine and Virginia Graham vs. Dick Martin and Lawrence Harvey. 2. Dick Martin and Virginia Graham vs. Ernest Borgnine and Michelle Lee. 3. Dick Martin and John Ireland vs. Ernest Borgnine and Lawrence Harvey. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 6

Includes: 1. Marin Milner and Kent McCord vs. James Farentino and Joe Campanella. 2. Martin Milner and Kent McCord vs. Ty Andrews and Joe Campanella. 3. James Farentino and Elizabeth Ashley vs. Brenda Vaccaro and Michael Douglas. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 7

Includes: 1. Ty Andrews and Elizabeth Ashley vs. Brenda Vaccaro and Michael Douglas. 2. Michael Kellin and Frankie Avalon vs. Richard Deacon and Herman Ruddley. 3. McLean Stevenson and Ed Ames vs. Richard Deacon and Tom Kennedy. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 8

Includes: 1. Nanette Fabray and Marilyn Maxwell vs. Parry Andrews and Barbara Nichols. 2. McLean Stevenson and Donald Carrey vs. Ed Ames and Stu Gillam. 3. Donald Carry and Norma Everhart vs. Nanette Fabray and Stu Gillam. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 9

Includes: 1. George Montgomery and Lana Wood vs. Cornell Wilde and Peter Lucas. 2. George Montgomery and Cornell Wilde vs. Lana Wood and Peter Lucas. 3. Roy Rogers and Army Archerd vs. Lyle Waggoner and Richard Deacon. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 10

Includes: 1. Roy Rogers and Adam West vs. Kent McCord and Gary Collins. 2. Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows vs. Virginia Graham and Richard Dawson. 3. Michael Cole and Ty Andres vs. Jan Murray and Simon Oakland. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 11

Includes: 1. Bob Newhart and Dick Martin vs. Anthony Newley and Nipsey Russell. 2. George Foreman and Dick Martin vs. Anthony Newley and Don Adams. 3. Roy Rogers and Don Adams vs. Bob Newhart and George Forman. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 12

Includes: 1. The Brady Bunch. Christopher Knight and Eve Plumb vs. Maureen McCormick and Barry Williams. 2. Ruth Buzzi and Roy Rogers vs. Fannie Flagg and Jackie Gale. 3. Donald O’Conner and Rosemary Clooney vs. Rose Marie and Maury Amsterdam. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 13

Includes: 1. Frankie Laine and Rosemary Clooney vs. Joanne Worley and Donald O’Conner. 2. Ed Ames and Maury Amsterdam vs. Joseph Campanella and Frankie Laine. 3. William Shatner and Fran Jeffries vs. Michelle Lee and Hugh O’Brien. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 14

Includes: 1. Robert Culp and Fran Jeffries vs. Michelle Lee and James Farentino. 2. Robert Culp and Earl Holliman vs. Stephen Young and James Farentino. 3. Howard Duff and Susan St. James vs. Angie Dickenson and John Saxon. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 15

Includes: 1. Leslie Nielson and Susan St. James vs. Angie Dickenson and Lloyd Bridges. 2. Lloyd Bridges and Jack Carter vs. Ernest Borgnine and Howard Duff. 3. Leslie Nielson and Jan Murray vs. Ernest Borgnine and Dane Clark. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 16

Includes: 1. Jan Murray and Elaina Verduga vs. Ed Asner and Gale Storm. 2. Ed Asner and Elaina Verduga vs. Loretta Swit and Gavin MacLeod. 3. Peter Marshall and Loretta Swit vs. Gavin MacLeod and Marla Gaffigan. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 17

Includes: 1. Lloyd Bridges and beau Bridges vs. John Marley and Corbin Monica. 2. Arte Johnson and Rory Calhoun vs. Wayne Rogers and Dan Rowan. 3. Arte Johnson and Terry Moore vs. Lois Nettleton and Dan Rowan. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 18

Includes: 1. Rory Calhoun and Frankie Avalon vs. Kate Jackson and Edward Albert. 2. Bobby Troop and Julie London vs. Christopher George and Linda Day George. 3. Marty Allen and Johnny Beradino vs. Christopher George and Richard Dawson. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 19

Includes: 1. From The Waltons, Eric Scott and Mary Beth McDonough vs. The Brady Bunch’s Mike Lookinland and Susan Olsen. 2. Dave Madden and Ron Maysack vs. Bill Macy and Terry Carter. 3. Bobby Troop and Julie London vs. Joanne Pflug and Chuck Woolery. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 20

Includes: 1. Roy Rogers and Robert Culp vs. Bob Newhart and Bobby Troop. 2. Bob Newhart and Richard Dawson vs. John Erickson and Gavin MacLeod. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 21

Includes: 1. Bob Newhart and Richard Dawson vs. John Erickson and Gavin MacLeod. 2. Roy Rogers and Bob Newhart vs. Richard Dawson and Charles Jacob. 3. Dick Martin and Billy Barty vs. John Schuck and Michael Ansara. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 22

Includes: 1. Dick Martin and Billy Barty vs. John Schuck and Michael Ansara. 2. Leslie Nielson and Dan O’Hurley vs. John Schuck and Conrad Bain. 3. Bo Swenson and Ruth Buzzi vs. Bill Macy and Samantha Hoop. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 23

Includes: 1. Joe Campanella and Lois Nettleton vs. Richard Anderson and Ja’net DuBois. 2. Joe Campanella and Bo Swenson vs. Pat Morita and Ron Maysack. 3. Ed Asner and Henry Collins vs. Joe Campanella and Bill Macy. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 24

Includes: 1. Edie Adams and Pete Canelli vs. Jack Carter and Adrienne Barbeau. 2. Richard Roundtree and Cathy Lee Crosby vs. Morey Amsterdam and Edie Adams. 3. Jack Carter and Morey Amsterdam vs. Richard Roundtree and Dick Gautier. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 25

Includes: 1. Adrienne Barbeau and Gail Fisher vs. Arlene Galante and Cathy Lee Crosby. 2. Dick Gautier and Scatman Crothers vs. Alex Trebeck and Jim McKrell. 3. Vince Edwards and Whitman Mayo vs. Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 26

Includes: 1. Pat Morita and Peter Bonerz vs. Vince Edwards and Jim McKrell. 2. Victor French and Pat Morita vs. Gary Owns and Peter Bonerz. 3. Bill Dana and Greg Morris vs. twins John and Jim Hager. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 27

Includes: 1. Gabe Kaplan and Bill Dana vs. Greg Morris and Pat Harrington. 2. Norm Crosby and Gabe Kaplan vs. Pat Harrington and Shelly Berman. 3. Gabe Kaplan and Charles Nelson Reilly vs. Shelly Berman and Norm Crosby. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 28

Includes: 1. Robert Clary and Rick Hurst vs. Charles Nelson Reilly and William Demarest. 2. Rue McClanahan and Ron Masak vs. Charles Nelson Reilly and Robert Clary. 3. Greg Mullavey and Rue McClanahan vs. Jean-Pierre Aumont and Mike Evans. A

 

Celebrity Bowling, Disc 29

Includes: 1. Frank Gorshin and his wife Chris vs. Greg Morris and Johnny Paradino. 2. The Lennon Sisters (Kathy and Janet) vs. The Lennon Sisters (Peggy & Deedee). 3. Ed Asner and Gail Fisher vs. Peggy Lennon and John Davidson. A

 

 

 

 

CENSORED 11 CARTOONS 1 DVD -- these were considered racist or too polically incorrect in 1968 by united artists --withheld from any distribution -- ted turner refused to allow any of them to be transmitted on tv or released on dvd or laserdisc -- menu with show select -- hittin the trail to hallelujah land - 1931, sunday go to meetin' time 1936 - clean pastures 1937, uncle tom's bungalow 1937, jungle jitters 1938, the isle of pingo pongo - 1938, all this and rabbit stew 1941, cola black and de sebben dwarfs 1943, tin pan alley cats 1943, angle puss 1944 - goldilocks and the jivin bears 1944 --bonus caroons - africa squeaks, confederate honey, which is witch

 

 

CHARLIE CHAN THE NEW ADVENTURES OF 5 DVDS APPROXIMATELY 35 EPISODES --- OUT OF THE 39 PRODUCED --- FROM "NEW ADVENTURES OF CHARLIE CHAN" 1956-57. STARRING J> CARROLL NAISH AND JAMES HONG. GOOD QUALITY. VERY RARE STUFF. ANOTHER OF THE GREAT SYNDICATED SERIES NOT SHOWN ON THE NETWORKS.

 

 

CHERYL LADD 1 DVD SCENES FROM A SPECIAL ....Cheryl Ladd's final variety show, Scenes From A Special, is considered her best! Guest stars Rick Springfield & Carol Burnett. Cheryl does a big production number of the 70s hit, "Take A Chance", as the show's opening. She & Rick perform a duet and Rick solos on "You’ve done nothin’ for me". Cheryl also duets with Carol Burnett on the Dolly Parton tune, "9 to 5". Very funny bloopers... 50 minutes...vg / excellent picture...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ...MUST HAVE FOR FANS

 

 

CHERYL LADD 1 DVD SOUVENIRS SPECIAL 5/19/80 Cheryl's 2nd variety show, Souvenirs, is full of Rock, folk, and gospel sequences interwoven to showcase her musical, comedic, and dramatic talents. Guests are Jeff Conway, Joyce Dewitt and Charlie Daniels.....50 minutes...vg / excellent picture...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED...MUST HAVE FOR FANS

 

 

CHERYL LADD 1 DVD SPECIAL 1979 .. Her first variety special from 1979, at the peak of Charlie's Angels’ fame. The music covers many genres from country western, to 50s calypso, to pop. Highlights include her mudwrestling, (seriously), wearing a very sexy sarong for a Marilyn Monroe themed version of Tropical Heatwave, and Cheryl as a pinball girl who comes to life. The show's finale is Cheryl performing a live concert, singing one of her hits from her second lp, Missing You. Guest stars Waylon Jennings, Ben Vereen & Melanie Griffith...50 minutes..vg /excellent picture...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ...MUST HAVE FOR FANS

 

 

 

CHEVY SHOW 1 DVD 12/6/19 55 - Hosted by Bob Cummings, with guests Ethel Merman, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jonathan Winters, Shirley MacLaine, and Leo Durocher. Ethel sings "I Love A Piano", "The Lady Is A Tramp", and "Fancy Free"; Shirley sings "The Boy Next Door"; Tennessee Ernie Ford sing "16 Tons"; Ethel and Ernie sing "Friendship". In black and white. 1 hour, complete with original commercials.

 

 

CHILDRENS TV HOSTS / SHOWS 1 DVD -- 5 FULL SHOWS --vg picture / slight grain , bonomo's present the magic clown 1949-1959, mack and myer for hire 1963, the emmett kelly show, a day with doodles 1964, learn to draw with jon gnagy

 

 

CHIEFS 1 DVD 3-PART MINI SERIES FROM 1983... 200 MINUTES... STARS CHARLTON HESTON, KEITH CARRADINE, BRAD DAVIS (MIDNIGHT EXPRESS), BILLY DEE WILLIAMS, DANNY GLOVER, WAYNE RODGERS, PAUL SORVINO AND MORE... FROM THE STUART WOODS BOOK... This series tells the story of a southern town's 3 different police chief's and the serial murderer who confounds them over a 40-year period. Will Henry Lee (WAYNE RODGERS) is the first chief, an easy going man who works to establish the position while the murderer begins his havoc. The second (BRAD DAVIS) is a violent racist who stumbles about his job as the murderer continues his. Tyler Watts (BILLY DEE WILLIAMS) is the final chief, an african-american cop who must deal with the virulent racism of his community while he puts together the pieces to finally bring the murderer to justice. NARRATED BY CHARLTON HESTON.

 

CINDERELLA AT THE PALACE 1 DVD 1978 120 MINUTES, VG WITH SLIGHT GRAIN In this program taped at the Caesar's Palace casino in Las Vegas, newcomer Marlene Ricci gets her big chance to perform along with a number of entertainment legends after winning a national competition.--WITH ANDY WILLIAMS, TOM JONES, SAMMY DAVIS JR, FRANK SINATRA, ANN MARGRET, PAUL ANKA, MERV GRIFFIN, JIMMIE WALKER, DON KNOTTS AND OTHERS

 

 

CINDERELLA 1 DVD ROGERS & HAMMERSTEINS 1957 TELEVISION PRODUCTION STARRING JULIE ANDREWS ..77 minutes, menu with song select and bonus features, black & white, excellent picture...Exclusive, newly recorded DVD introduction by Julie Andrews Brand-new documentary featuring all-new interviews with stars Julie Andrews, Edie Adams, Kaye Ballard and Jon Cypher Never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photo galleries Extensive galleries of rare color photos and advertising art Rodgers and Hammerstein's appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show prior to the airing of Cinderella

 

 

CINDERELLA 1 DVD ROGERS & HAMMERSTEINS 1964 TV SPECIAL STARRING WALTER PIDGEON, GINGER RODGERS AND LESLIE ANN WARREN..84 minutes, color, menu with scene select and special features, excellent picture

 

 

CIRCUS BOY 7 DVD MICKEY DOLENZ / CIRCUS BOY TV SERIES. 14 EPISODES...blk & white,excellent picture, Circus Boy is an American action/adventure/drama series that aired in prime time on both NBC and ABC from 1956 to 1958. It was then rerun by NBC on Saturday mornings.After his parents, "The Flying Falcons", were killed in a trapeze accident, young Corky (Mickey Braddock, later known as Micky Dolenz of The Monkees) was adopted by Uncle Joey the Clown (Noah Beery, Jr.), and the whole Burke and Walsh Circus family. The young lad quickly found a role in the circus as water boy to Bimbo, a baby elephant whom Corky would come to consider his pet. Riding Bimbo's back, Corky dealt with adolescent problems, and helped the show's adults, including owner Big Tim Champion (Robert Lowery) and head canvasman Pete (Guinn Williams), keep the circus in the black as the show moved from town to town each week.

 

CLASSIC CARTOONS - VARIOUS COLLECTIONS ---

 

CARTOONS FROM UB IWERCKS - 2 DVD 50 cartoon classics from the 1930s Golden Age of Animation/ Iwerks worked for Disney & Warner Bros --- and these cartoons were done independently. Many are in color

 

 

MAX FLEISHER CARTOONS AND BETTY BOOP CARTOONS 14 ULTIMATE COLLECTION 1929-41 456 COMPLETE CARTOONS

 

Aside from the approx. 331 Max/Dave Fleisher cartoons below, The Betty Boop dvds (4) have approx. 115 total episodes.

Max Fleischer Cartoons: BETTY BOOP CATOONS ARE NOT IDENTIFIED BY TITLE (YET) IN THIS COLLECTION BUT ALL DISCS HAVE MENU WITH CARTOON SELECT

 

Disc 1:

1929:

My Old Kentucky House

Now You’re Talking

Chinatown, My Chinatown

Smiles

Oh, You Beautiful Doll

Noah’s Lark

After The Ball

Put On Your Old Gray Bonnett

I’ve Got Rings On My Fingers

1930:

Bedelia

In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree

Radio Riot

Prisoner’s Song

La Paloma

Hot Dog

I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles

Yes! We Have No Bananas

Fire Bugs

Come Take A Trip In My Airship

In The Good Old Summertime

 

Disc 2:

1930:

Wise Flies

A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight

The Stein Song

Swing You Sinners!

Strike Up The Band

The Grand Uproar

My Gal Sal

Sky Scraping

Mariutch

Up To Mars

On A Sunday Afternoon

Row, Row Row

I’m Afraid To Go Home In The Dark

1931:

Please Go ‘way And Let me Sleep

By The Beautiful Sea

Tree Saps

Teacher’s Pest

I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now

I’d Climb The Highest Mountain

Somebody Stole My Gal

 

Disc 3:

1931:

The Male Man

Twenty Legs Under The Sea

Alexander’s Ragtime Band

And The Green Grass Grew All Around

My Wife’s Gone To The Country

The Herring Murder Case

That Old Gang Of Mine

You’re Driving Me Crazy

Little Annie Rooney

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon

My Baby Just Cares For Me

Russian Lullaby

In My Merry Oldsmobile

1932:

Sweet Jennie Lee

Show Me The Way To Go Home

When The Real Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin’ Along

Shine On Harvest Moon (excerpt)

Hide And Seek

I Ain’t Got Nobody

Down Among The Sugar Cane

 

Disc 4:

1932:

School Days

Sing A Song

1933:

Dinah

Ain’t She Sweet

Reaching For The Moon

Aloha Oe

The Peanut Vendor

Song Shopping

Boilesk

Sing, Sisters, Sing!

Down By The Old Mill Stream

Stoopnocracy

When Yuba Plays The Rumba On The Tuba

Boo, Boo, Theme Song

I Like Mountain Music

Sing, Babies, Sing

Keeps Rainin’ All The Time

 

Disc 5:

1934:

Let’s All Sing Like The Birdies Sing

Tune Up And Sing

Eazy Bones

This Little Piggie Went To Market

She Reminds Me Of You

Love Thy Neighbor

Little Dutch Mill

1935:

An Elephant Never Forgets

The Song Of The Birds

The Kids In The Shoe

Dancing On The Moon

Time For Love

I Wished On The Moon

 

Disc 6:

1935:

Musical Memories

It’s Easy To Remember

1936:

Somewhere In Dreamland

No Other One

The Little Stranger

I Feel Like A Feather I n The Breeze

The Cobweb Hotel

I Don’t Want To Make History

Greedy Humpty Dumpty

The Hills Of Old Wyomin’

Hawaiian Bids

I Can’t Escape From You

Play Safe

 

Disc 7:

1936:

Talking Through My Heart

Christmas Comes But Once A Year

1937:

Never Should Have Told You

Bunny Mooning

Twilight On The Trail

Chicken A La King

Please Keep Me In Your Dreams

A Car-Tune Portrait

You Came To My Rescue

Peeping Penguins

Whispers In The Dark

Educated Fish

Magic On Broadway

Little Lamby

 

Disc 8:

1938:

You Took The Words Right Out Of My Heart

The Tears Of An Onion

Thanks For The Memory

Hold It

You Leave Me Breathless

Hunky And Spunky

All’s Fair At The Fair

The Playful Polar Bears

1939:

Always Kickin’

Small Fry

The Barnyard Brat

Yip-Yip-Yippy

The Fresh Vegetable Mystery

1940:

Way Back When A Nag Was Only A Horse

 

Disc 9:

1940:

Little Lambkins

Way Back When A Nightclub Was A STICK

Ants In The Plants

Granite Hotel

A Kick In Time

The Foul Ball Player

The Ugly Dino

Wedding Belts

Snubbed By A Snob

Way Back When A Razzberry Was A Fruit

The Fulla Bluff Man

You Can’t Shoe A Horsefly

Springtime In The Rock Age

Pedagogical Institution (College To You)

The Dandy Lion

Way Back When Women Had Their Weigh

King For A Day

 

Disc 10:

1940:

Sneak, Snoop And Snitch

Mummy Loves Puppy

Bring Himself Back Alive

 

1941:

All’s Well

Zero, The Hound

Two For The Zoo

Twinkletoes Gets The Bird

Swing Cleaning

Raggedy Ann And Andy

Triple Trouble

Fire Cheese

Twinkletoes- Where He Goes Nobody Knows

Copy Cat

Gabby Goes Fishing

The Wizard Of Arts

It’s A Hap Hap Happy Day

Twinkletoes In Hat STUFF

The Raven (1942)

Wild Oysters

 

Disc 11:

1941:

Superman: The Mad Scientiest

The Mechanical Monsters

 

1942:

Billion Dollar Limited

The Arctic Giant

The Bulleteers

The Magnetic Telescope

Electric Earthquake

Volcano

Terror On The Midway

News Sketches By Max Fleischer (1948)

 

Disc 12:

Japoteurs

Showdown

Eleventh Hour

Destruction Inc.

The Mummy Strikes

Jungle Drums

Underground World

Secret Agent

Ko-Ko Song Cartoon Documentary (Screen Songs)

 

Disc 13:

Gulliver’s Travels (1939)

 

Disc 14:

Mr. Bug Goes To Town (AKA: Hoppity Goes To Town)

 

 

 

 

TERRYTOON CARTOONS 38 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION 1930-1960s (creators of Mighty Mouse which ARE NOT included )

 

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 1 (1930-31)

PREZTELS

INDIAN PUDDING

ROMAN PUNCH

CODFISH BALLS

HUNGARIAN GOULASH

MONKEY MEAT

DUTCH TREAT

JUMPING BEANS

SCOTCH HIGHBALL

SALT WATER TAFFY

PIGSKIN CAPERS

DANCING MICE (aka CLUB SANDWICH)

RAZZBERRIES

GO WEST BIG BOY

THE EXPLORER

BY THE SEA

JAZZ MAD

CANADIAN CAPERS

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 2 (1931-1932)

JESSE AND JAMES

THE CHAMP

THE LORELEI

ALADDIN'S LAMP

NOAH'S OUTLING

PEG LEG PETE

YE OLDE SONGS

BULL ERO

RADIO GIRL

WOODLAND

ROMANCE

BLUEBEARD'S BROTHER

BEDTIME STORY

MAD KING

COCKY COCKROACH

SPRING IS HERE

FARMER AL FALFA'S APE GIRL

SHERMAN WAS RIGHT

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 3 (1932-1933)

BURLESQUE

FARMER AL FALFA'S BIRTHDAY PARTY

COLLEGE SPIRIT

HOOK & LADDER #1

FORTY THEIVES

TOYLAND

HOLLYWOOD DIET

IRELAND OR BUST

JEALOUS LOVER

ROBIN HOOD

HANSEL AND GRETAL

TALE OF A SHIRT

DOWN ON THE LEVEE

WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN

OH SUSANNA

ROMEO AND JULIET

PIRATE SHIP

TROPICAL FISH

CINDERELLA

KING ZILCH

 

Bonus Cartoon: THE FAMILY ALBUM (Terry Industrial film)

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 4 (1933-1934)

THE BANKERS DAUGHTER

THE OIL CAN MYSTERY

FANNY IN THE LION'S DEN

HYNOTIC EYES

FANNY'S WEDDING DAY

GRAND UPROAR

PICK-NECKING

A GYPSY FIDDLER

BEANSTALK JACK

THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH

ROBINSON CRUSOE

LITTLE BOY BLUE

IN VENICE

HOLLAND DAYS

THE THREE BEARS

RIP VAN WINKLE

THE LAST STRAW

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT

A MAD HOUSE

JOE'S LUNCH WAGON

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 5 (1934)

JUST A CLOWN

THE KING'S DAUGHTER

THE LION'S FRIEND

PANDORA

SLOW BUT SURE

SEE THE WORLD

MY LADY'S GARDEN

IRISH SWEEPSTAKES

BUSTED BLOSSOMS

MICE IN COUNCIL

WHY MULES LEAVE HOME

JAILBIRDS

THE BLACK SHEEP

THE MAGIC FISH

HOT SANDS

TOM, TOM, THE PIPERS SON

JACK'S SHACK

SOUTH POLE OR BUST

THE DOG SHOW

 

TERRYTOONS VOL. 6 - 1935

THE FIRST SNOW

WHAT A NIGHT

BULLFIGHT

FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD

MOTH AND THE SPIDER

PEG LEG PETE, THE PIRATE

OLD DOG TRAY

FLYING OIL

A MODERN RED RIDING HOOD

FIVE PUPLETS

OPERA NIGHT

KING LOONEY XIV

MOANS AND GROANS

THE FOXY-FOX

BIRDLAND

CIRCUS DAYS

HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE<

FOILED AGAIN

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 7 - 1935-36

FOOTBALL

A JUNE BRIDE

SOUTHERN HORSE-PITALITY

YE OLDE TOY SHOP

THE MAYFLOWER

THE FEUD

THE 19th HOLE CLUB

HOME TOWN OLYMPICS

THE ALPINE YODELER

BARNYARD AMATEURS

OFF TO CHINA

THE WESTERN TRAIL

A WOLF IN CHEAP CLOTHING

ROLLING STONES

THE RUNT

THE BUSY BEE

THE SAILOR'S HOME

A TOUGH EGG

Bonus: FARMYARD WHOOPEE - Castle print of "Why Mules Leave Home" (1934)

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 8 - 1936-37

THE HOT SPELL

PUDDY AND THE GYPSIES

FARMER AL FALFA'S PRIZE PACKAGE

KIKO AND THE HONEY BEARS

THE HEALTH FARM

A BULLY FROG

KIKO FOILS A FOX

SUNKEN TREASURE

A BATTLE ROYAL

ROBIN HOOD IN AN ARROW ESCAPE

FARMER AL FALFA'S 20th ANNIVERSARY

CATS IN THE BAG

SKUNKED AGAIN

SALTY McGUIRE

TIN CAN TOURIST

PUDDY IN THE BOOK SHOP

BIG GAME HUNT

RED HOT MUSIC

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 9 - 1937

FLYING SOUTH

THE HAY RIDE

BUG CARNIVAL

SCHOOL VBIRDS

PUDDY'S CORONATION

OZZIE OSTRICH COMES TO TOWN

PLAY BALL

MECHANICAL COW

PINK ELEPHANTS

HOMELESS PUP

PAPER HAMGERS

TRAILER LIFE

THE VILLIAN STILL PURSUED HER

KIKO'S CLEANING DAY

A CLOSE SHAVE

THE DANCING BEAR

THE SAW MILL MYSTERY

THE DOG AND THE BONE

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 10 - 1937-38

THE TIMID RABBIT

BILLY GOAT WHISKERS

BARNYARD BOSS

THE LION HUNT

BUGS BEETLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA

HIS OFF DAY

JUST ASK JUPITER

GANDY THE GOOSE

HAPPY AND LUCKY

A MOUNTAIN ROMANCE

ROBINSON CRUSOE'S BROADCAST

THE BIG TOP

DEVIL OF THE DEEP

HERE'S TO GOOD OLD JAIL

THE LAST INDIAN

MILK FOR BABY

MRS. O'LEARY'S COW

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 11 - 1938-39

CHRIS COLOMBO

CHRIS COLOMBO (alternate version)

STRING BEAN JACK

GOOSE FLIES HIGH

WOLF'S SIDE OF THE STORY

THE GLASS SLIPPER

THE NEWCOMER

HOUSEWIFE HERMAN

DOOMSDAY

THE FRAME-UP

THE OWL and THE PUSSYCAT

ONE GUN GARY

THE THREE BEARS

FROZEN FEET

G-MAN JITTERS

THE NUTTY NETWORK

THE CUCKOO BIRD

THEIR LAST BEAN

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 12 - 1939-40

BARNYARD EGG-CITEMENT

NICK'S COFFEE POT

THE PRIZE GUEST

A BULLY ROMANCE

AFRICA SQUAWKS

THE TWO-HEADED GIANT

BARNYARD BASEBALL

THE GOLDEN WEST

SHEEP IN THE MEADOW

HOOK, LINE & SINKER

THE ORPHAN DUCK

THE WATCHDOG

ONE MOUSE IN A MILLION

A WICKY-WACKY ROMANCE

THE HITCHHIKER

THE ICE POND

THE FIRST ROBIN

A DOG IN THE MANSION

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 13 - 1940

EDGAR RUNS AGAIN

HARVEST TIME

HARE AND THE HOUNDS

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

IT MUST BE LOVE

JUST A LITTLE BULL

WOT'S ALL THE SHOOTIN' FER

SWISS SKI YODELERS

CATNIP CAPERS

ROVER'S RESCUE

RUPERT THE RUNT

LOVE IN A COTTAGE

BILLY MOUSE'S AKWAKADE

CLUB LIFE IN THE STONE AGE

LUCKY DUCK

TOUCHDOWN DEMONS

HOW WET WAS MY OCEAN

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 14 - 1940-4

THE LANDING OF THE PILGRIMS

THE MAGIC PENCIL

PLANE GOOFY

THE TEMPERMENTAL LION

WHAT A LITTLE SNEEZE WILL DO

HAIRLESS HECTOR

FISHING MADE EASY

THE HOME GUARD

WHEN KNIGHTS WERE BOLD

UNCLE JOEY

THE DOG'S DREAM

WHAT HAPPENS AT NIGHT

HORSEFLY OPERA

BRINGING HOME THE BACON

12 O'CLOCK AND ALL AIN'T WELL

THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET

THE ICE CARNIVAL

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 15 - 1941-42

ONE MAN NAVY

UNCLE JOEY COMES TO TOWN

WELCOME LITTLE STRANGER

THE FROZEN NORTH

SLAP HAPPY HUNTERS

BACK TO THE SOIL

THE BIRD TOWER

A YARN ABOUT YARN

FLYING FEVER

A TORRID TOREADOR

HAPPY CIRCUS DAYS

CAT MEETS MOUSE

EAT ME KITTY, EIGHT TO THE BAR

SHAM BATTLE SHENANIGANS

OH GENTLE SPRING

LIGHT'S OUT

TRICKY BUSINESS

THE STORK'S MISTAKE

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 16 - 1942

ALL ABOUT DOGS

WILFUL WILLIE

TIRE TROUBLE

ALL OUT FOR "V"

LIFE WITH FIDO

THE BIG BUILD-UP

SCHOOL DAZE

NIGHT LIFE IN THE ARMY

THE MOUSE OF TOMORROW

DOING THEIR BIT

ICKLE MEETS PICKLE

FRANKENSTEIN'S CAT

BARNYARD WAAC

plus these rare Bonus cartoons (uncut, in color, never distributed to television)

MISSISSIPPI SWING (1941)

ELIZA ON ICE (1945)

ANTS IN THE PANTRY (1945)

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 17

Scrap For Victory

He Dood It Again

Barnyard Blackout

Shipyard Symphony

The Last Round-Up

Pandora's Box

Keep 'em Growing

Super Mouse Rides Again

Somewhere In Egypt<

Down With Cats

Aladdin's Lamp

Lion and the Mouse

Yokel Duck Makes Good<

The Hopeful Donkey

The Butcher of Seville

The Helicopter

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 18

Wreck of the Hesperus

A Day In June

The Champion of Justice

The Frog and the Princess

Mighty Mouse Meets Jeckyll and Hyde Cat

My Boy Johnny

Eliza On Ice

Wolf! Wolf!

The Green Line

Carmen's Veranda

The Cat Came Back

The Two Barbers

The Ghost Town

Sultan's Birthday

A Wolf's Tale

At The Circus

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 19

Gandy's Dream Girl

Dear Old Switzerland

Mighty Mouse and the Pirates

Port of Missing Mice

Ants In Your Pantry

Raiding The Raiders

Post War Inventions

Fisherman's Luck

Mighty Mouse and the Kilkenny Cats

Mother Goose Nightmare

Smokey Joe

The Silver Streak

Aesop's Fable: The Mosquito

Mighty Mouse and the Wolf

Gypsy Life

Aesop's Fable: The Fox and The Duck

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 20

Swooning The Swooners

The Watch Dog (edited print)

Who's Who In the Jungle

Mighty Mouse Meets Bad Bill Bunion

The Exterminator

Mighty Mouse In Krakatoa

The Talking Magpies

Svengali's Cat

The Fortune Hunters

The Wicked Wolf

My Old Kentucky Home

It's All In the Stars

Throwing The Bull

The Golden Hen

Dinky Finds A Home

The Johnstown Flood

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 21

Peace-Time Football

The Trojan Horse

The Tortoise Wins Again

Winning The West

The Electronic Mouse Trap

The Jail Break

The Snow Man

The Housing Problem

The Crackpot King

The Univited Pests

The Hep Cat

Beanstalk Jack

Crying Wolf

McDougal's Rest Farm

Dead End Cats

Happy Go Lucky

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 22

Mexican Baseball

Aladdin's Lamp

Cat Trouble

The Sky Is Falling

The Intruders

Mighty Mouse Meets Deadeye Dick

Flying South

A Date For Dinner

Fishing By the Sea

The First Snow

One Note Tony

Super Salesman

A Fight To The Finish

The Wolf's Pardon

Hitch Hikers

Swiss Cheese Family Robinson

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 23

Lazy Little Beaver

Felix The Fox

Taming The Cat

Mighty Mouse and The Magician

The Chipper Chipmunk

Hounding the Hares

The Feuding Hillbillies

Mystery In The Moonlight

Seeing Ghosts

Sleepless Night

The Witch's Cat

Magpie Madness

Love's Labor Won

The Hard Boiled Egg

The Mysterious Stranger

Triple Trouble

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 24

Free Enterprise

Out Again In Again<

Magic Slipper

Gooney Golfers

The Wooden Indian

The Power of Thought

Racket Buster

Dingbat Land

Lion Hunt

Stowaways

Cold Romance

The Kitten Sitter

Happy Landing

The Catnip Gang

Hula Hula Land<

The Lyin' Lion

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 25

Mrs. Jones Rest Farm

The Covered Pushcart

A Truckload Of Trouble

Perils of Pearl Pureheart

Dancing Shoes

Flying Cups and Saucers

Paint Pot Symphony

Stop Look and Listen

Comic Book Land

Fox Hunt

Better Late Than Never

Anti-Cats

Foiling The Fox

The Beauty Shop

A Merry Chase

Dream Walking

BONUS CARTOONS:

The Watch Dog (complete)

MM and the Kilkenny Cats (complete)

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 26

Law and Order

The Red Headed Monkey

All This And Rabbit Stew

The Dog Show

King Tut's Tomb

Cat Happy

If Cats Could Sing

Mouse and Garden

Beauty on the Beac

Wide Open Spaces

Sour Grapes

Mother Goose's Birthday Party

Rival Romeos

Squirrel Crazy

Three is a Crowd

Woodman Spare That Tree

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 27

Stage Struck

Sunny Italy

Songs Of Erin

Bulldozing the Bull

Spring Fever

Goons From The Moon

Musical Madness

The Elephant Mouse

The Rain Makers

Injun Trouble

Seasick Sailors

Tall Timber Tale

Golden Egg Goosie

A Swiss Miss

Steeple Jacks

Little Problems

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 28

Pastry Panic

The Helpful Genie

'Sno Fun

A Cat's Tale

Beaver Trouble

The Haunted Cat

Papa's Little Helpers

Movie Madness

Mechanical Bird

Seaside Adventure

City Slicker

Prehistoric Perils

Papa's Day Of Rest

Flat Foot Fledgling

Time Gallops On

Off To The Opera

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 29

Happy Cobblers

Hypnotized

Hansel and Gretel

Flipper Frolics

Little Anglers

Foolish Duckling

House Busters

The Mysterious Cowboy

Happy Valley

Good Mousekeeping

Nice Doggy

Happy Holland

Moose on the Loose

Sink or Swim

Flop Secret

Picnic With Papa

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 30

Soapy Opera

Thrifty Cubs

Hair Cut-Ups

Wise Quacks

Mouse Meets Bird

Snappy Snap Shots

Hero For A Day

Pill Peddlers

Featherweight Champ

Playful Puss

Plumbers Helpers

Hot Rods

Ten Pin Terrors

The Orphan Egg

Friday The 13th

When Mousehood Was In Flower

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 31

Open House

Bargain Daze

Sparky The Firefly

Mouse Menace

The Reluctant Pup

How To Keep Cool

The Timid Scarecrow

Log Rollers

Growing Pains

Spare The Rod

Runaway Mouse

How To Relax

Blind Date

Nonsense Newsreel

Helpless Hippo

Pet Problems

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 32

Prescription For Percy

Satisfied Customers

Tall Tale Teller

Arctic Rivals

Howling Success

Pride Of The Yard

Cat's Revenge

Reformed Wolf

Blue Plate Symphony

Barnyard Actor

A Yokohama Yankee

Duck Fever

The First Flying Fish

No Sleep For Percy

An Igloo For Two

Good Deed Daly

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 33 (end of Paul Terry era)

Bird Symphony

Phoney News Flashes

Foxed By A Fox

Last Mouse Of Hamlin

The Little Red Hen

The Clockmakers Dog

Park Avenue Pussycat

Miami Maniacs

Uranium Blues

Hep Mother Hubbard

Scouts To The Rescue

Baffling Bunnies

Oceans Of Love

Lucky Dog

Police Dogged

The Brave Little Brave

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 34

(last Paul Terry; start of Gene Deitch era)

Cloak and Stagger

Pirates Gold

Topsy T

Gag Buster

A Hare-Breadth Finish

African Jungle Hunt

A Bum Steer

The Bone Ranger

Daddy's Little Darling

Love Is Blind

Gaston Is Here

Shove Thy Neighbor

Clint Clobber's Cat

Flebus

Springtime For Clobber

It's A Living

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 35

(Gene Deitch era)

Gaston's Baby

The Juggler of Our Lady

Gaston Go Home

Dustcap Doormat

Camp Clobber

Sick Sick Sidney

Old Mother Clobber

Gaston's Easel Life

Signed Sealed and Clobbered

Sidney's Family Tree

Clobber's Ballet Ache

A Tale Of A Dog

Another Day, Another Doormat

The Flamboyant Arms

Foofle's Train Ride

Gaston's Mama Lisa

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 36

(New Terrytoons era)

The Minute and a half Man

The Fabulous Fireworks Family

Wild Life

Hashimoto San

Outer Space Visitor

The Leaky Faucet

Hide and Go Sidney

Thousand Smile Check Up

The Misunderstood Giant

Foofle's Picnic

The Tiger King

The Famous Ride

Tusk Tusk

Mint Men

Hearts and Glowers

The Wayward Hat

 

TERRYTOONS Vol. 37

(New Terrytoons era)

Trapeze Pleeze

Two Ton Baby Sitter

Tin Pan Alley Cat

Deep Sea Doodle

House of Hashimoto

Stunt Men

Daniel Boone Jr.

The Mysterious Package

Night Life In Tokyo

Cat Alarm

So Sorry Pussycat

Drum Roll

Son of Hashimoto

Unsung Hero

Strange Companion

The First Fast Mail

Honorable Cat Story

Crossing the Delaware

Sappy New Year

If you are interested in 1960s Terrytoons... see top of this page.

 

TERRYTOONS COLLECTORS BONUS DISC

• BEHIND THE SCENES footage of Terrytoons in the 1940s

• INTERVIEW with Johhny Vita

• "Depth Study" a rare 1955 CBS Terrytoon industrial by Gene Deitch

• Social Security live action public service film starring Paul Terry (circa 1970)

• Rare 1930 Terrytoons not in U.S. TV package.

• and other surprises!

The Complete TOM TERRIFIC!

I have the whole series compiled on three discs. TOM TERRIFIC was originally produced as a five chapter serial, five minutes each. These are complete compilations of each adventure - ALL ANIMATION AND STORY IS INTACT - the only thing missing is the recaps and previews. Write to me if you are interested in these.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEX AVERY MGM CARTOONS 9 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION COMPLETE SET -- MENU WITH CARTOON SELECT

 

 

Tex Avery : The Complete Tex Avery (MGM ):

 

Disc 1:

Blitz Wolf

The Early Bird Dood It

Dumb Hounded

Red Hot Riding Hood

Who Killed Who

One Ham’s Family

What’s Buzzin’ Buzzard?

 

Disc 2:

Screwball Squirrel

Batty Baseball

Happy Go Nutty

Big Heel Watha

The Screwy Truant

The Shooting Of Dan McGoo

Jerky Turky

Swing Shift Cinderalla

 

Disc 3:

Wild And Whoolfy

Lonesome Lenny

The Hick Chick

Northwest Hounded Police

Henpecked Hoboes

Hound Hunters

Red Hot Rangers

 

Disc 4:

Uncle Tom’s Cabana

Slap Happy Lion

King Size Canary

What Price Fleadom

Little Tinker

Lucky Ducky

 

Disc 5:

Half Pint Pigmy

The Cat Who Hated People

Bad Luck Blacky

Senor Droopy

The Home Of Tomorrow

Dog Gone Tired

Wags To Riches

 

Disc 6:

Little Rural Riding Hood

Out-Foxed

The Counterfeit Cat

Ventriloquist Cat

The Cuckoo Clock

Garden Gopher

The Chump Champ

The Peachy Cobbler

 

Disc 7:

Cock-A-Doodle Dog

Daredevil Droopy

Droopy’s Good Deed

Symphony In Slang

The Car Of Tomorrow

Droopy’s Double Trouble

Magical Maestro

One Cab’s Family

 

Disc 8:

Rockabye Bear

Little Johnny Jet

TV Of Tomorrow

The Three Little Pups

Drag-A-Long Droopy

Billy Boy

Homesteader Droopy

The Farm Of Tomorrow

 

Disc 9:

The Flea Circus

Dixieland Droopy

Field And Scream

The First Bad Man

Deputy Droopy

Cellbound

Millionaire Droopy

Cat’s Meow

 

 

 

 

TOM TERRIFIC 4 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION COMPLETE SERIES

 

The Complete TOM TERRIFIC! - I have the whole series compiled on three discs. TOM TERRIFIC was originally produced as a five chapter serial, five minutes each. These are complete compilations of each adventure - ALL ANIMATION AND STORY IS INTACT - the only thing missing is the recaps and previews. There were 26 stories produced, the first thirteen filmed in 1957, the remaining thirteen filmed in 1958. Each story was split into five parts for broadcast each weekday morning. During the years that Captain Kangaroo was also broadcast on Saturday mornings, the episodes would be re-edited into two parts (with cliffhangers and recaps from the daily versions eliminated), the first part broadcast during the first half-hour, the conclusion during the second half-hour.

 

TOM TERRIFIC Vol. 1 (season 1)

NASTY KNIGHT

THE PILL OF SMARTNESS

SWEET TOOTH SAM

SNOWY PICTURE

CRABBY APPLETON'S DRAGON

CAPTAIN KIDNEY BEAN

 

 

THE GRAVITY MAKER

SCRAMBLED DINOSAUR EGGS

WHO STOLE THE NORTH POLE?

INSTANT TANTRUMS

BONUS: Chapter 2 of THE PILL OF SMARTNESS as originally aired

 

TOM TERRIFIC Vol. 2 (season 1 and 2)

THE GREAT CALENDAR MYSTERY

ELEPHANT'S STEW

THE MISSING MAIL MYSTERY

THE PRINCE FROG

ISOTOPE FEENY'S FOOLISH FOG

MOON OVER MANFRED

GO WEST YOUNG MANFRED

THE SILLY SANDMAN

 

TOM TERRIFIC Vol. 3 (season 2)

CRABBY PARK

THE MILLION MANFRED MYSTERY

THE FLYING SORCERER

THE BIG DOG SHOW-OFF

THE END OF RAINBOWS

ROBIN'S NEST CRUSOE

THE EVERLASTING BIRTHDAY PRESENT

BONUS CARTOONS: Chapter 1 of MILLION MANFRED MYSTERY as it originally aired

Chapter 1 of FLYING SORCERER as it originally aired

Chapter 1 of BIG DOG SHOW-OFF as it originally aired.

 

 

 

 

 

WALTER LANTZ CARTOONS 21 DVD ULTIMATE UNIVERSAL STUDIOS CARTOON COLLECTION 1928-1949 -- (creator of woody woodpecker cartoons which ARE NOT included in this collection) - menu with cartoon selection

 

LANTZ #21

The Band Master

The Mad Hatter

Banquet Busters

Kiddie Koncert

Wacky-Bye Baby

Pixie Picnic

Wet Blanket Policy

Playful Pelican

Dog Tax Dodgers

Wild and Woody

Scrappy Birthday

Drooler's Delight

 

LANTZ #20

Who's Cookin' Who?

Bathing Buddies

The Reckless Driver

Fair Weather Friends

The Wacky Weed

Musical Moments From Chopin

Smoked Hams

Coo-Coo Bird

Overture To William Tell

Well Oiled

Solid Ivory

Woody The Giant Killer

 

LANTZ #19

Ski For Two

The Painter and The Pointer

The Pied Piper of Basin Street

Chew Chew Baby

The Sliphorn King Of Polaroo

Woody Dines Out

Crow Crazy

Dippy Diplomat

Loose Nut

The Poet and The Peasant

Mousie Come Home

Apple Andy

 

LANTZ #18

Canine Commandos

Ration Bored

Pass The Biscuits Mirandy

Boogie Woogie Man

Meatless Tuesday

The Greatest Man In Siam

Barber Of Seville

Jungle Jive

Fish Fry

Abou Ben Boogie

The Beach Nut

BONUS CARTOONS

1953 Coca Cola

theatrical commercials

 

LANTZ #17

Juke Box Jamboree

Pigeon Patrol

Andy Panda's Victory Garden

Yankee Doodle Swing Shift

The Loan Stranger

Boogie Woogie Sioux

Air Radio Warden

Cow Cow Boogie

The Screwball

Edgg Cracker Suite

Swing Your Partner

The Dizzy Acrobat

 

LANTZ #16

The Screwdriver

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B

Man's Best Friend

Pantry Panic

$21.00 a Day Once A Month

Under The Spreading Blacksmith's Shop

Hollywood Matador

The Hams That CouldnÕt Be Cured

Mother Goose On The Loose

Goodbye Mr. Moth

Nutty Pine Cabin

Ace In The Hole

 

LANTZ #15

Crazy House

Recruiting Daze

Knock Knock

Syncopated Sioux

Mouse Trappers

Fair Today

Scrub Me Mama With A Boogie Beat

Hysterical High Spots in American History

Dizzy Kitty

Salt Water Daffy

Woody Woodpecker

Andy Panda's Pop

Bonus Cartoons

The Enemy Bacteria

Take Heed Mr. Tojo

 

LANTZ #14

The Bird On Nellie's Hat

Stubborn Mule

Arabs with Dirty Fezzes

Snuffy's Party

Slap Happy Valley

Silly Superstition

A-Haunting We Will Go

Life Begins for Andy Panda

Scrambled Eggs

The Sleeping Princess

Andy Panda Goes Fishing

Kittens Mittens

Adventures of Tom Thumb Jr.

100 Pygmies and Andy Panda

Bonus Cartoon

Boy Meets Dog

 

LANTZ #13

The Sailor Mouse

The Disobedient Mouse

Baby Kittens

Little Blue Blackbird

Soup to Mutts

I'm Just a Jitterbug

The Magic Beans

The Birth of a Toothpick

Little Tough Mice

The One-Armed Bandit

The Crackpot Cruise

Charlie Cuckoo

Nellie of the Circus

Bola Mola Land

 

LANTZ #12

The Problem Child

Movie Phoney News

Nellie, The Indian Chief's Daughter

Happy Scouts

Cheese Nappers

Silly Seals

Voodoo In Harlem

The Barnyard Romeo

The Queen's Kittens

The Big Cat and the Little Mousie

Ghost Town Frolics

Pixieland

The Cat and the Bell

Hollywood Bowl

The Rabbit Hunt

 

LANTZ #11

Ostrich Feathers

The Air Express

Love Sick

The Keeper of the Lions

The Mechanical Handyman

Football Fever

The Mysterious Jug

The Dumb Cluck

The Lamp Lighter

Man Hunt

Yokel Boy Makes Good

Trade Mice

Feed The Kitty

Nellie The Sewing Machine Girl

Tail End

 

LANTZ #10

The Golfers

House of Magic

Everyone Sings

The Big Race

The Duck Hunt

Lumber Camp

The Birthday Party

Steel Workers

Trailer Thrills

The Stevedores

The Wily Weasels

The Country Store

The Playful Pup (titles only)

Fireman's Picnic

The Rest Resort

 

LANTZ #9

Slumberland Express

Beauty Shoppe

The Barnyard Five

The Fun House

Farming Fools

A Battle Royal

Music Hath Charms

Kiddee Revue

The Beach Combers

Night Life of the Bugs

The Puppet Show

The Unpopular Mechanic

Turkey Dinner

Gopher Trouble

Knights For A Day

 

LANTZ #8

Springtime Serenade

At Your Service

Towne Hall Follies

Three Lazy Mice

Bronco Buster

Amateur Broadcast

The Quail Hunt

The Fox and The Rabbit Monkey Wretches

Case of The Lost Sheep

Doctor Oswald

Softball Game

Alaska Sweepstakes

 

LANTZ #7

Dizzy Dwarf

Ye Happy Pilgrims

Jolly Little Elves

Sky Larks

Spring In The Park

Toyland Premiere

Robinson Crusoe Isle

The Hill Billy

Two Little Lambs

Do A Good Deed

Candy Land

Elmer The Great Dane

BONUS CARTOONS

Mars (1930)

Radio Rhythm (1931-with restored sound)

 

LANTZ #6

Merry Old Soul

Parking Space

Chicken Reel

The Candy House

County Fair

The Toy Shoppe (original)

The Toy Shoppe (colorized)

Kings Up

Wolf! Wolf!

Gingerbread Boy

Annie Moved Away

Goldilocks and the 3 Bears

The Wax Works

William Tell

Chris Columbus, Jr.

 

LANTZ #5

The Plumber

The Terrible Troubador

The Shriek

The Lumber Champ

Going To Blazes

Beau Best

Nature's Work Shop

Ham And Eggs

Pin-Feathers

Confidence

Hot And Cold

King Klunk

Five And Dime

She Done Him Right

In The Zoo

 

LANTZ #4

Let's Eat

Winged Horse

Catnipped

A Wet Knight

A Jungle Jumble

Day Nurse

The Athlete

Busy Barber

The Butcher Boy

Carnival Capers

The Crowd Snores

The Underdog

Wild And Wooly

Cats And Dogs

Teacher's Pest

Merry Dog

 

LANTZ #3

Country School (silent)

The Bandmaster

North Woods

Stone Age

Radio Rhythm

Kentucky Belle

Hot Feet

The Hunter

In Wonderland

Hare Mail

Fisherman

The Clown

Grandma's Pet

Mechanical Man

Wins Out

Beaus And Arrows

Making Good

 

LANTZ #2

Spooks

Snappy Salesman

Henpecked

Singing Sap

The Detective

The Fowl Ball

The Navy

Mexico (silent)

Africa

Alaska

China

College

The Shipwreck

The Farmer

The Fireman

The Sunny South

 

LANTZ #1

Race Riot

Oil's Well

Permanent Wave

Amature Nite

Snow Use

Kounty Fair

Hurdy Gurdy

Chilly Con Carmen

Hash Shop

Prison Panic

Tramping Tramps

Hot For Hollywood

Hell's Heels

My Pal Paul (w/o time code)

My Pal Paul

Not So Quiet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VAN BEUREN CARTOONS 1928-1936

Van Bueren ranked with Disney during the golden age of animation. His cartoon characters included:

Aesop's Fables ,Cubby Bear, Amos 'n' Andy, The Little King, Rainbow Parade (color series), Felix the Cat, Molly Moo-Cow, Burt Gillett's Toddle Tales,Toby the Pup, Tom and Jerry, Toonerville Trolley, Parrotville

VAN BEUREN #1

Dinner Time (1928 original version)

Dinner Time (Commonwealth home movie version)

The Faithful Pup

Concentrate

Jail Breakers

Wood Choppers

Presto Chango

Skating Hounds

Bug House College Days

House Cleaning Time

A Stone Age Romance

The Big Scare

Jungle Fool

The Fly's Bride (silent)

Summer Time

The Mill Pond

Barnyard Melody

Tuning In

 

VAN BEUREN #2

The Night Club

A Close Call

The Iron Man

Ship Ahoy

Singing Saps

Sky Skippers

Good Old Schooldays

Foolish Follies

Dixie Days

Western Whoopie

The Haunted Ship

Noah Knew His Ark

Oon Pah Pah

A Romeo Robin

Jungle Jazz

Snow Time

 

VAN BEUREN #3

Hot Tamale

Laundry Blues

Frozen Frolics

Farm Foolery

Circus Capers

Midnight

The Big Cheese

Gypped In Egypt

The Office Boy

Stone Age Stunts

The King Of Bugs

A Toytown Tale

Red Riding Hood

The Animal Fair

 

VAN BEUREN #4

Cowboy Blues

Radio Racket

College Capers

The Old Hokum Bucket

Cinderella Blues

Mad Melody

Fly Guy

Play Ball

Fisherman's Luck

Pale Face Pup

Making 'Em Move

Fun On The Ice

Wot A Night

Love In A Pond

Plus Bonus Cartoon: The Fly's Bride (1929) with sound

 

VAN BEUREN #5

Fly Hi

Polar Pals

The Family Shoe

Fairyland Follies

Trouble

Horse Cops

Cowboy Cabaret

In Dutch

Jungle Jam

The Last Dance

A Swiss Trick

Toy Time

Rocketeers

A Romeo Monk

Rabid Hunters

Plus Bonus Cartoon: Custard Pies (1929)

 

VAN BEUREN #6

Fly Frolic

The Cat's Canary

In The Bag

Joint Wipers

Magic Art

Pots and Pans

Happy Polo

Spring Antics

The Tuba Tooter

A Circus Romance

Plane Dumb

The Farmerette

The Stone Age Error

Redskin Blues

Chinese Jinks

The Ball Game

 

VAN BEUREN #7

The Wild Goose Chase

Jolly Fish

Nursery Scandal

Barnyard Bunk

Down In Dixie

Catfish Romance

A Spanish Twist

Feathered Follies

Venice Vamp

Piano Tooners

Hokum Hotel

Pencil Mania

Piccaninny Blues

A Yarn Of Wool

Bugs And Books

Plus BONUS CARTOON: Bugville Romance (1930)

 

VAN BEUREN #8

Tight Rope Tricks

Silvery Moon

A.M. to P.M.

Tumble Down Town

The Magic Mummy

Opening Night

Panicky Pup

Love's Labor Won

The Last Mail

Happy Hoboes

Puzzled Pals

Runaway Blackie

Hook And Ladder Hokum

Bubbles And Troubles

A Dizzy Day

Barking Dogs

In The Park

 

VAN BEUREN #9

Bully's End

Indian Whoopie

Doughnuts

Fresh Ham

Rough On Rats

Phantom Rocket

The Nut Factory

Cubby's World Flight

The Fatal Note

Cubby's Picnic

Marching Along

The Gay Gaucho

On The Pan

Galloping Fanny

Pals

Croon Crazy

 

VAN BEUREN #10

The Rasslin' Match

Jest of Honor

Sinister Stuff

The Lion Tamer

Jolly Good Felons

Goode Knight

Sultan Pepper

How's Crops?

A Royal Good Time

Cubby's Stratosphere Flight

Art For Art's Sake

Mild Cargo

Cactus King

Fiddlin' Fun

Grandfather's Clock

 

VAN BEUREN #11

Pastry Town Wedding

Along Came A Duck

A Little Bird Told Me

The Parrotville Fire Department

The Sunshine Makers

Parrotville Old Folks

Japanese Lanterns

Spinning Mice

A Picnic Panic

The Merry Kittens

Parrotville Post Office

Rag Dog

The Hunting Season

Scottie Finds A Home

Bird Scouts

Molly Moo Cow and the Indians

 

VAN BEUREN #12

Molly Moo Cow and the Butterflies

Molly Moo Cow and Rip Van Winkle

Toonerville Trolley

Felix The Cat and The Goose That Laid The Golden Eggs

Molly Moo Cow and Robinson Crusoe

Neptune Nonsense

Bold King Cole

A Waif's Welcome

Trolley Ahoy

Cupid Gets His Man

It's a Greek Life

Toonerville Picnic

BONUS CARTOONS

Mischievous Mice (unreleased)

Magic Art (better print)

 

 

 

CLASSIC GAME SHOWS AND MORE 1 DVD VOLUME 4 ..menu with select, people are funny, the rootie kazootie club, magic clown, the pinky lee show, super circus, paul winchell show, winky dink and you, ding dong show

 

 

CLASSIC KIDS TV COMMERICAL 1 DVD 90 minutes, Available wherever toys are sold!" "Inside specially marked packages!" "Brought to you by...!" Magical phrases to those anyone who grew up in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Toy makers had magical names, like Ideal, Kenner, Hasbro, Wham-O, Mattel, Marx, and Remco – names woven into the very fabric of our childhood. Who can forget Slinky, G.I. Joe, Malibu Barbie, Hot Wheels, Silly Putty, Creepy Crawlers, Avalanche, Fascination, Gaylord, Play Doh, Mystery Date, Super Ball or Mr. Machine? Breakfast was fun, too (especially before everybody started worrying about sugar, carbs and calories). TV was filled with commercials for yummy-sounding breakfast foods like Sugar Smacks, Cocoa Puffs, Count Chocula, Maypo, Super Sugar Crisps, Quisp, Nestle’s Quik, Ovaltine, Malt-O-Meal, Frosted Flakes and countless others. Here on one great DVD are dozens of the most fondly remembered toys, games and breakfast foods from our childhood. PLUS: CELEBRITY COMMERCIALS - a fun-filled assortment spotlighting superstars and sports figures, as well as future stars before they skyrocketed to fame, pitching products and making public service announcements. Truly a treasury of classic commercials....Wow, what a mind-blower. I remember soooo many of these from Saturday morning TV viewing. And I had a lot of the toys (wish I'd hung on to my Mr. Machine and Creepy Crawlers). Quite an assortment. For the curious (and nostalgic), here's the list of commercials:

Agent Zero M Sonic Blaster
Barbie & Ken
Barbie's Dream House
Battlewagon
Best of the West
Betsy Wetsy
Big Bruiser
Big Jim
Big Shot
Big Wheel Cobra Cycle
Billy Goat Game
Bizzy Buzz Buzz
Blaze the Galloping Horse
Booby Trap
Budding Beauty Vanity
Bunny Baby
Carry-All Action Play Sets
Chatty Cathy
Chick-A-Dee Game
Colorforms
Coney Island Penny Machine
Connect Four Game
Count Down
Creepy Crawlers
Dick Tracy 2-Way Wrist Radio
Emenee Organ
Etch-A-Sketch
Fascination
Frisbee
G.I. Joe
Gaylord
Gilbert Toys
Great Garloo
Gung Ho
Hot Wheels
Jimmy Jet
Johnny Lightning Double Trouble Car
Johnny Seven
Keds Blooper Ball
King Zor
Last Straw
Lie Detector Game
Lionel Electric Train
Major Matt Mason
Malibu Barbie
Matchbox
Mouse Factory Toothbrush
Mr. Machine
Mr. Potato Head
Mystery Date
Navy Frogmen
Patty Playpal
Play-Doh Pumper No. 9
Pulsar: The Ultimate Man of Adventure
Remco Transistor Radio
Ride'em Shoot'em Jeep
Rock'em Sock'em Robots
Scooby Doo Pool
Shark Pack
Shoop-Shoop Hula Hoop
Shootin' Shell Winchester
Signal Wrist Flashlight
Silly Putty
Sizzlers II Silver Circuit Set
Slinky
Snub-Nose .38
Sonar Sub Hunt Game
Star Team Space Equipment
Super Ball
Super Spy Attache Case
Swing-A-Ring
Tonka Scramblers
Trace'N Lite
Trik-Trak
Trouble Bubble
Veda Board
Welcome Back Kotter Game
Wrestlearound Game
Zzzoom-It

 

 

CLIMAX MYSTERY THEATER 5 DVD 1954 -1958 EXCELLENT PICTURE / BLK & WHITE These 15 episodes are extremely rare in as much as so many shows were broadcast live and most have been lost forever. Offered in this rare set are a variety of tales of suspense, mystery, horror, drama and yes..even a great comedy starring Red Skelton in one of his early performances in an episode that was so well received it was later made into a full length movie also starring Red Skelton. AND....as an added bonus these episodes all include the original Chrysler commercials. Sit back and enjoy a great look at our past. Due to the rare nature of this series and because most came from old kinescopes some episodes will be below my usual standards of quality. But I feal they should be part of this rare set because they are truly representative of what live TV was all about back in the 50's.

 

MENU WITH EPISODE SELECT ..

 

DISC 1

 


AN ERROR IN CHEMISTRY - Starring Edmond O?Brien A carnvial confidence man journeys to Yoknapatawpha County and mistakenly winds up in the trap he has set for his prey.



THE VOLCANO SEAT - Michael Wilding, This true story involving the crew of an in-air refueling operation for Air Force bombers who take a training team on a dangerous mission.

 



THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN starring Thomas Mitchell & John Carridine. Huck and Jim once again embark on their adventure-filled trek down the Mississippi .

 



PUBLIC PIGEON NUMBER ONE Starring Red Skelton & Ann Rutherford. Cafeteria worker Rusty is cheated by stock swindlers and winds up in jail, but the crooks have to break him out in order to recover the loot stashed in Rusty's safety deposit box.

 

 

DISC 2

 



DR JEKYLL & MR HYDE Starring Michael Rennie & Sir Cedrick Hardwicke in the classic Stevenson tale of a scientist whose experiments into the duality of man transform him into the misshapen, murderous Mr. Hyde.

 



NIGHT OF EXECUTION starring Vincent Price & Nina Foch. A mother watches her cruel and destructive husband continually expose their young son to all kinds of violence. Finally she feels she must take steps to save her son from this sinister influence.

 



SCREAM SILENCE starring Anne Francis, Skip Homeier and Sydney Blackmer - A women is desperate because there are 10 terrifying seconds she can not account for. When a man tries to turn back the clock she finds a violence in her past.

 



FOUR HOURS IN WHITE starring Dan Duryea, Ann Rutherford & Steve Mcqueen - trapped in a crossfire of human emotions, a hospital chief surgeon fights his own conscience to decide the fate of two men. He must weigh the possible sacrifice of one life for another. Drawing on years of experience, he defies the pressures of time and personal fear to face one crucial moment of judgment.

 

DISC 3



THE LOU GEHRIG STORY starring Wendell Corey, Jean Hagen, Harry Carey & James Gregory - Baseball's "Iron Horse," whose brilliant career was ended by a terminal illness, and who struggled valiantly against adversity.

 



STRANGE SANCTUARY starring Michael Rennie, Ceasar Romero & Noah Berry Jr - A convict hides in sanctuary in a nuns convent.

 



JACOB AND THE ANGEL with Gig Young, June Lockhart, Eva Gabor, Otto Kruger & Keye Luke A lawyer finds himself defending a boy charged with murder. He finds later that his own guilty conscience is on trial.

 

 

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KEEP ME IN MIND starring Johnny Desmond, James Dunn & Jackie Coogan a tale of fear and pursuit in the glamour of 1957 Las Vegas.

 



TRAIL OF TERROR - starring Robert Preston as a homicide detective and a vengeful woman track a killer in a deadly race against crime and terror as he prowls the city.

 



TRIAL BY FIRE stars Linda Darnell & Forrest Tucker. Linda Darnell made her tv debut in this drama about a forest fire going out of control.

 

 

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CASINO ROYALE stars Barry Nelson as James Bond in the very first appearance of box offices longest running franchise.

 

 



WILD STALLION stars Paul Henreid, Mary Astor & Richard Long in a story by William Faulkner about a handsome, devil-may-care fortune hunter [from South America] makes his home with a well-to-do Southern family. He is attracted at first to the daughter, until he discovers the mother is the one who holds the key to the family fortune.

 

 



A PROMISE TO MURDER stars Louis Hayward & Peter Lorre from a story by Oscar Wilde. At his wealthy aunt's insistence, a rising young London barrister submits to having his palm read. The prophecies come true with alarming accuracy

 

 



THE FIFTH WHEEL stars Peter Lorre, Arthur Treacher & James Gleason in a fun story about two sports-minded priests, off for a fishing holiday, become involved with thieves, a stolen car and stolen money!

 

 

 

THE COLBYS 9 DVD 1985-1987 FULL SERIES This night time spin-off from the then top-rated series "Dynasty" featured the adventures of Jeff and Fallon Colby in California.Charlton Heston, Katharine Ross ... Emma Samms ... , Tracy Scoggins ... , Diahann Carroll, David Hedison,and Ken Howard Maxwell Caulfield ... , Ricardo Montalban ... Barbara Stanwyck Stephanie Beacham

 

 

COLGATE COMEDY HOUR 25 DVD BEST OF THE COLGATE COMEDY HOUR... MENU WITH SHOW SELECT, EXCELLENT PICTURE, BLK & WHITE... first ten are part of a "BEST OF" Series; the remainder are from misc "Colgate" sets (some material is repeated)... THE COLGATE COMEDY HOUR, which ran from 1950 through 1955, was a wildly popular weekly variety show filled with funny monologues and comic sketches. And it was broadcast live. The rotating roster of hosts included such entertainment giants as Fred Allen, Eddie Cantor, Abbott & Costello, and Jimmy Durante, but best remembered are the shows hosted by the white-hot comedy team of DEAN MARTIN and JERRY LEWIS. Here on 10 DVD's is all the funny stuff from all 28 shows hosted by Martin & Lewis at their spontaneous best, unencumbered by plot-heavy scripts, rigid film schedules, or elaborate production numbers. Celebrity guests include BURT LANCASTER, TONY CURTIS, VERA MILES and JACK BENNY. Plus – Hollywood Rivals: Martin & Lewis and Jerry Lewis at the Movies. No fan of comedy or classic TV should be without this historical – and hysterical – collection!

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 1: 9/17/50 – Dean & Jerry’s Colgate debut. Sketches include Jerry having a fountain pen accident and Dean owning a movie theatre. With Barr & Estes, William McCutcheon. 10/15/50 – Sketches include Dean & Jerry as gangsters and Jerry at a gym. With Mayor Ralph Willani (from Jerry’s hometown) and Mayor Walter Sterling (from Dean’s hometown). 11/12/50 – Sketches involve babysitting and a dancing school. With Joyce (The Honeymooners) Randolph, Sammy Petrillo, Leonard Barr;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 2: 2/4/51 – Sketches include Jerry as an annoying usher and the boys doing celebrity impressions. 4/29/51 – Mike (60 Minutes) Wallace is the announcer. Telecast from Chicago. 5/20/51 – Sketches involve Dean and Jerry as judges at a swimsuit contest and working as hospital interns. Cameo by Eddie Cantor;

 

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 3: 6/3/51 – Tony Curtis has a cameo. With Sonny King, Danny Arnold. 6/24/51 – Tony Martin and Joe Louis (the other Martin & Louis) guest star. 11/4/51 – Sketches include Dean and Jerry as archaeologists and as convicts. With Donald MacBride, Marion Marshall;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 4: 12/30/51 – Sketches involve a schoolroom and a mirror routine. With Margaret Dumont, Mike Mazurki. 2/10/52 – Sketches involve a gangster convention and the boys at a soda fountain. With Sheldon Leonard, Mike Mazurki. 3/23/52 – Sketches involve baseball players and a PTA meeting. With Danny Lewis (Jerry’s dad), Danny Arnold;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 5: 4/27/52 – Dean spoofs "The Continental" and does a Brando impersonation. With Danny Arnold. 9/21/52 – Sketches include a psychiatrist convention and Jerry dressed as Sherlock Holmes. With Danny Arnold. 11/30/52 – With Robert Strauss, Rose Plumer, pro-wrestler Max Palmer and Joan (The Abbott & Costello Show) Shawlee;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 6: 1/25/53 – The boys introduce sketches from earlier shows (because Jerry had injured himself on a motor scooter). 5/3/53 – Sketches involve a harem and the boys taking out insurance policies on each other. With Benny Rubin, Sheldon Leonard, Frank Nelson, Fay McKenzie. 5/31/53 – Appearances by Tony Curtis and his then-wife Janet Leigh. Telecast from New York City;

 

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 7: 10/4/53 – Sketches include Dean trying to watch TV while Jerry keeps interrupting (from inside the TV) and a spoof of "Come Back Little Sheba" with Burt Lancaster in a rare comic turn as a drunken escaped con. 1/10/54 – Sketches involve a department store and the boys’ dressing room. With Franklin Pangborn, Duke Art Jr. 5/2/54 – On this show, Dean & Jerry celebrate their 8th anniversary as a comedy team;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 8: 5/30/54 – Season Finale, with Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. 12/19/54 – Sketches involve Dean and Jerry trying to use all the sponsor’s products and problems at a bus stop. With Vera Miles, Jack Benny and future newsman George Putnam. 2/13/55 – Sketches include Jerry trying (in vain) to make a sickly Dino feel better. With Franklin Pangborn;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 9: 5/8/55 – Sketches include Jerry spoofing Ed Sullivan and a Mother’s Day trip. Cameos by Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, and George Raft. 6/5/55 – Dean & Jerry parody Person to Person with Dino as Tedward R. Burrow and Jerry as method actor Harlan Sando. With Sonny King. 9/18/55 – The boys parody "The $64,000 Question" and disrupt a game of pool;

 

 

THE BEST OF MARTIN & LEWIS, VOLUME 10: 11/13/55 – In their final appearance on The Colgate Comedy Hour, Dean is an irksome TV host and the boys star in a now-politically-incorrect parody of a Japanese movie. HOLLYWOOD RIVALS: DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS – A fascinating and revealing look at the dizzy heights and depressing depths of Martin & Lewis’ careers. JERRY LEWIS AT THE MOVIES – Classic scenes from Jerry’s greatest films – with and without Dino – make up this entertaining hour;

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.1, VOLUME 11: 2/4/51 - Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Polly Bergen, Bob Fosse and Mary Ann Niles, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: This was Martin and Lewis's first Colgate appearance in nearly three months, following a stay in Hollywood to make "That's My Boy". Big band trumpet sideman Mickey Bloom can be seen (and heard) in a hilarious sequence depicting how Dean and Jerry got their start in show biz; 1/25/53 - Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Connie Russell, Ray Malone, Danny Arnold, Ira Grossel, Bernie Schwartz, Peppy Willow, Ralph Stantley, Ladd Lyon, Pat Shay, Gordon B. Clark, Ruth Saville, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer: Hal Sawyer. Note: Recuperating from a knee injury sustained when he fell from a motor scooter, Jerry does the entire show sitting down. In place of new sketches, clips from previous episodes are shown;

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 12: 11/4/51: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Dorothy Dandridge, Danny Arnold, Bob and Eddie Mayo, Donald MacBride, Marion Marshall, Jimmy Wallington, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: Dean sings "Solitaire" and "Bella Bimba." Dorothy sings "Blow Out the Candle." Bob and Eddie Mayo dance to "A Night in Tunisia"; 4/29/51: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Helen O'Connell, Bob Fosse & Mary Ann Niles, Ladd Lyon, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer: Mike Wallace. Note: Once again, Variety raved about the two hosts. "Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis have probably reached the topmost level of their development. At this point, it's probable that this team can do no wrong. Call them the funniest twosome extant and you can't be far wrong." Dean sings "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now." This episode originated from Chicago, where Martin and Lewis and guest star Helen O'Connell were appearing at the Chez Paree. It was the duo's first Colgate Comedy Hour since February 4th, following a Hollywood sojourn to film "The Stooge";

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 13: 12/19/54: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Vera Miles, Milton Frome, Margery Maud, Hanke Mann, Sylvia Hickle, Marvin Middlebird, The Nick Castle Dancers, plus special guest "Phil Abrams" (Jack Benny), Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer: George Putnam. Note: Jack Benny's cameo was in repayment for Martin and Lewis appearing on his show on May 23, 1954; 12/30/51: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Eve Young, Ray Malone, Danny Arnold, Margaret Dumont, Mike Mazurki, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra;

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 14: 5/2/54: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Dick Humphreys, Gretchen Houser, The Treniers, Marvin Seed, Robert Carson, Frances Farwell, Helen Eby-Rock, Henry Slate, John Harmon, Charles Williams, Bobby Fain. Announcer: Hal Sawyer. Note: Dean and Jerry celebrate their 8th anniversary as a team and recount how they first met; AT THE MOVIES WITH DEAN & JERRY classic movie trailers from their careers;

 

 

VOLUME 15: AT WAR WITH THE ARMY FEATURE FILM 1950 Alvin Corwin is low man on the totem pole, and goes from one mishap to another at an army training camp in World War II... WITH DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS;

 

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 16: 9/17/50: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Marilyn Maxwell, Leonard Barr, The Honeydreamers, J. C. McCord, Frank Gallop, William McCutcheon, Jean Carsons, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: New York Times critic Jack Gould called this episode "a marathon through bedlam," with hosts who were "a pair of mad zanies of the first rank." But he also warned, "NBC wants to be careful it doesn't burn out the team of Martin and Lewis in just a show or two." Variety opined, "NBC and its well-heeled client are batting 1.000 in the competitive Sunday at 8 sweepstakes." Marilyn sings "I Love the Guy." Eccentric dancer Leonard Barr was Dean's uncle; 10/15/50 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Kitty Kallen; The Skylarks; Mayor Ralph Villani of Newark, N.J., Mayor Walter Sterling of Steubenville, Ohio, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: Variety called this "strictly bigtime comedy video" and felt it had "more punch and hilarity than their teeoff stanza." Newark and Steubenville were the home towns of Jerry and Dean, respectively;

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 17: 11/12/50: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Kitty Kallen, Leonard Barr, Sammy Petrillo, Joyce Randolph, dancers De May and Moore, The Skylarks, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: In a babysitting sketch, Jerry plays both a father and his baby son. When the two appear together, impersonator Sammy Petrillo plays the son. Joyce Randolph (Trixie on The Honeymooners) is the baby's mother. Martin and Lewis's former agent Howard Ross has a cameo in a dancing school skit. Kitty sings "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" and "Please Take Me Home." Variety raved about this show, reporting, "Zanies continue to prove that their antic style is as potent on video as it's been in theatres, cafes and films"; 5/20/51 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Jane Morgan, Bob Fosse & Mary Ann Niles, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by Eddie Cantor. Note: There's been some confusion about this episode's guest star. The Jane Morgan who appears here is a singer (born 1920), not the actress (1890-1972) who played Eve Arden's landlady on Our Miss Brooks. The former's biggest hit was "Fascination" in 1957;

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 18: 6/24/51: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Janis Paige, The Johnny Conrad Dancers, Danny Arnold, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by Tony Martin and Joe Louis. Note: Janis sings "Those Old Phonograph Records"; 3/23/52 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Danny Lewis (Jerry's father), Tommy Wonder, Margaret Banks, Danny Arnold, Elizabeth Root, Gail Bonney, Peter Votrian, Harvey Dunn, Ruth Dazzo, Sarah Bacon, Linda Williams, Evelyn Lovequist, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by writers Ed Simmons and Norman Lear. Note: Danny Lewis sings "That's My Boy." Jerry holds up the April 22nd issue of Look magazine, featuring a photo of Martin and Lewis on the cover;

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 19: 5/3/53 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Mary McCarty; Benny Rubin; Sheldon Leonard; Danny Arnold; Fay McKenzie; Sol Seeltime; Wheel, Bird & Wheel; Phil Tead; Frank Nelson; Jack Kruschen; Donald Lawton; Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer: Hal Sawyer. Note: Dean sings "Your Cheatin' Heart," and "When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin' Along"; 10/4/53 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Burt Lancaster, The Skylarks, Sidney Sillman, Fay McKenzie, Peter Leeds, Eddie Ryder, Byron Kane, Marc Platt, Irving Kaye, Frankie Branda, Suzanne Ames, Dona Cole, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer: Hal Sawyer. Note: Dean sings two songs, one on film ("You're the Right One" from The Caddy) and one live ("That's Amore"). Variety considered this Martin and Lewis offering "a good show but not from their top section";

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 20: 1/10/54: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: The Modernaires, Franklin Pangborn, Duke Art Jr., Birdie Brickerbrack, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: Dean sings "That's Amore," "Pretty Baby," and "It's Easy to Remember," and The Modernaires deliver "Crazy Man, Crazy"; 2/13/55: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Micki Marlo; The Four Step Brothers; Franklin Pangborn; Wick, Bird and Kaylick; Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: Dean and Jerry team up with The Step Brothers for some hoofing, and Micki sings "St. Louis Blues";

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 21: 6/3/51 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: The DeMarco Sisters, The Johnny Conrad Dancers, Sonny King, Tommy Farrell, Danny Arnold, Rosette Shaw, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by Tony Curtis. Note: Dean sings "Too Young" and "Isle of Capri," and The DeMarco Sisters sing "I'm Late"; 4/27/52 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Kitty Kallen, The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, Harvey Wheelwick, Jack Fisher, Jack George, Peter Votrian, Lee Erickson. Announcer Hal Sawyer. Note: Jerry does a hilarious impression of Marlon Brando as The Continental;

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 22: 9/21/52: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Rosemary Clooney, Danny Arnold, Sara Berner, Harvey Birdbox, Harry Lang, Elsie Baker, Joseph Waring, George Milan, Byron Kane, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer Hal Sawyer; 11/30/52 Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Kitty Kallen, Robert Strauss, Danny Arnold, Peppy Mano, Goldcup and Bird, Rose Plumer, Max Palmer, Joan Shawlee, Byron Kane, Joseph Leon, Steve Calvert, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Announcer Hal Sawyer. Note: Dean sings "There Goes My Heart" and "Louise" while Jerry sings "Because of You." The two team up for "You'll Never Get Away." Kitty sings "Almost Like Being in Love" and "St. Louis Blues." Dean and Jerry announce that they'll be back on December 28, but that didn't happen;

 

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 23: 5/31/53: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Patti Lewis (Jerry's wife), The Four Step Brothers, Danny Arnold, Sue Bird, Sylvia Seep, Jimmy Little, Marcia Walters, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh. Announcer Don Pardo. Note: Patti sings a song with Jerry and then solos on "My Daddy, My Hero, My Love." Variety wasn't impressed. "There was no reason she rated a bigtime teleshow," the reviewer wrote, "other than this trick of nepotism." The show originated from the International Theater in New York; 2/10/52: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Ray Malone, Jill Jarmon, Danny Arnold, Sheldon Leonard, Mike Mazurki, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra; cameo by writer Norman Lear. Note: Dean sings "When You're Smiling." In a sketch, Danny Arnold (creator of Barney Miller) plays NBC-TV head Pat Weaver;

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 24: 2/4/51: Hosts: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis; Guests: Polly Bergen, Bob Fosse and Mary Ann Niles, Dick Stabile and his Orchestra. Note: This was Martin and Lewis's first Colgate appearance in nearly three months, following a stay in Hollywood to make "That's My Boy". Big band trumpet sideman Mickey Bloom can be seen (and heard) in a hilarious sequence depicting how Dean and Jerry got their start in show biz; THE TOAST OF THE COLGATE TOWN: This show, originally broadcast in May of 1955, opens with a "Toast of the Colgate Town" skit where Jerry parodies Ed Sullivan. Dean portrays celebrities - Cary Grant, Groucho Marx, Kirk Douglas, Clark Gable - in the audience. Dean and Jerry's mothers appear to talk about their sons and flashback to when Jerry babysat Dean's baby. Jerry gives various plugs of upcoming tour dates. Finally, Dean and Jerry trade quips on stage as they close the show.

 

 

MARTIN & LEWIS COLGATE COMEDY HOUR V.I, VOLUME 25: Show 9: The first show, originally broadcast in June of 1955, has Jerry Lewis on stage doing the introduction sans his pants! It is followed by a "Person to People" skit with Dean as Tedward R. Burrow as he interviews Jerry as Harland Sando. Includes a sketch where Martin and his wife's second honeymoon is ruined by the press and the young winner (Lewis) of a "Meet Dean Martin" contest; Show 10: This final show, originally broadcast in November of 1955, opens with "Martin's Mighty Midnight Matinee Movie" routine, closely followed by Jerry playing in "Eggroll is a Many Splendored Dish" skit. Other sketches include a set where Martin interviews Lewis plays a Japanese character, a set where Dean and Jerry carry on the antics of the previous Japanese character, and a set where Jerry causes trouble at Dean's engagement party.=

 

 

 

 

COLGATE COMEDY HOUR 2 DVD STARRING DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS 9 EPISODES... menu with episode select, black & white and biographies... VOLUME 1... SHOW 1... POLLY BERGEN, BOB FOSSE & MARY ANN NILES... SHOW 2... DOROTHY DANDRIDGE, DANNY ARNOLD, BOB AND EDDIE MAYO, DONALD MCBRIDE, MARION MARSHALL... SHOW 3... HELEN O'CONNELL, FOSSE & NILES, LADD LYON... SHOW 4... EVE YOUNG, RAY MALONE, DANNY ARNOLD, MARGARET DUMONT AND MIKE MAZURKI... SHOW 5... DICK HUMPHREYS, GRETCHEN HOUSER AND THE TRENIERS, MARVIN SEED...

 

VOLUME 2... SHOW 1... ROSEMARY CLOONEY, DANNY ARNOLD, SARA BERNER, HARVEY BIRDBOX... SHOW 2... BURT LANCASTER, THE SKYLARKS, SIDNEY SILLMAN... SHOW 3... MARILYN MAXWELL, BARR & ESTES, THE HONEYDREAMERS, J.C. McCORD, FRANK GALLOP, WILLIAM McCUTCHEON, JEAN CARSONS... SHOW 4... VERA MILES, MILTON FROME, MARGERY MAUDE, HANKE MANN, SILVIA HICKLE, MARVIN MIDDLEBIRD, PHIL ABRAMS

 

 

 

COLUMBO 4 DVD PETER FALK... THIS IS FOR FANS OF COLUMBO AND IN PARTICULAR, FANS OF PATRICK McGOOHAN (DANGER MAN, SECRET AGENT MAN, THE PRISONER, BRAVEHEART [HE WAS LONGSHANKS])... THIS 4 DVD SET HAS THE 4 EPISODES THAT McGOOHAN STARRED IN... AMAZINGLY ENOUGH, TWO OF THESE EPISODES (1974 and 1990) WERE THE ONLY TWO EMMY'S HE EVER WON. THE EPISODES HE APPEARS IN ARE: 1) 1974's "BY DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT"; 2) 1975's "IDENTITY CRISIS"; 3) 1990's "AGENDA FOR MURDER"; and 4) 1998's "ASHES TO ASHES".

 

 

THE COMEDIAN 1 DVD PLAYHOUSE 90 2/14/57 written by Rod Serling and featuring a powerful performance by Mickey Rooney as an abrasive, manipulative television comedian.

 

 

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROASTS

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST 1 DVD ROSEANNE BARR -- CRYSTAL 8/13/12 ----

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST 1 DVD 2 ROASTS CHEVY CHASE ... AND DREW CAREY....menu with show select, ...from new york city friars club...some pixelation in picture...still vg...very watchable..no worries...

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST 1 DVD 5 ROASTS JOAN RIVERS, JEFF FOXWORTHY, LARRY THE CABLE, FLAVOR FLAV, PAM ANDERSON......menu with show select, vg picture

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF BOB SAGET 1 DVD UNCENSORED 2008 This ain't for the "Full House" crowd. Join a host of comedians and Hollywood personalities as they take playful aim at actor-comedian Bob Saget, best known for his role as the squeaky-clean dad on the long-running ABC sitcom. Among those taking jabs at the man of the hour are Norm MacDonald, Jeff Garlin, Jon Lovitz, Greg Giraldo, Brian Posehn, Cloris Leachman, Sarah Silverman, Jeffrey Ross and Uncle Jesse himself, John Stamos.

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF DAVID HASSELHOFF 1 DVD ...90 minutes, crystal ONE OF THE FUNNIEST THINGS IVE SEEN IN YEARS....LONG LIVE THE HOFF!!!! WITH SETH MACFARLANE, JEFFERY ROSS, PAM ANDERSON, LISA LAMPANELLI, HULK HOGAN, JERRY SPRINGER, WHITNEY CUMMINGS, GREG GIRALDO, GEORGE HAMILTON, GILBERT GOTTIFRIED,

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF FLAVOR FLAV 1 DVD UNCENSORED 2007Notorious rapper and reality television star Flavor Flav is given the business, Comedy Central style, in this totally uncut and uncensored roast hosted by "roast master" Katt Williams. Special guests featured in this no-holds-barred special include Jimmy Kimmel, Snoop Dogg, Carrot Top, Ice-T, Lisa Lampanelli, Jeffrey Ross, Patton Oswalt, Greg Giraldo, Sommore and Flav's one-time "Surreal Life" hottie, Brigitte Nielsen.

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF PAMELA ANDERSON 1 DVD UNCENSORED 2005 ..Cast: Pamela Anderson, Jimmy Kimmel, Tommy Lee, Adam Carolla, Eddie Griffin, Andy Dick, Courtney Love, Sarah Silverman, David Spade, Hugh M. Hefner See bombshell Pamela Anderson on a spit (so to speak) and on the spot as the subject of a white-hot (and completely uncensored) roast by fellow The barbs fly fast and furious as Pam tries to deflect the gibes that come her way with the velocity of a freight train. This Comedy Central special takes the classic Dean Martin roast format to a whole new level of raunchiness.

 

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF WILLIAM SHATNER 1 DVD UNCENSORED 2006 80 min..A firing squad of comedians and former co-stars unleashes its collective force against "Star Trek" icon William Shatner -- forever known as the commander of the starship Enterprise -- in this Comedy Central roast of epic proportions. An all-star lineup of celebrity hecklers Cast: Nichelle Nichols, William Shatner, George Takei, Betty White, Andy Dick, Artie Lange, Ben Stiller, Sandra Bullock, Jason Alexander, Jimmy Kimmel, Fred Willard, Greg Giraldo, Patton Oswalt, Sarah Silverman

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST OF DENIS LEARY UNCENSORED 1 DVD 2003 Trenchant funnyman Denis Leary gets a taste of his own medicine when Comedy Central hosts a celebrity roast in his honor, emceed by Jeff Garlin of "Curb Your Enthusiasm." This uncensored version features language and moments not suitable for TV. Dishing out the insults are Gina Gershon, Christopher Walken, Conan O'Brien, Jon Stewart, Michael J. Fox, Doctor Dre, Kevin Spacey, Kiefer Sutherland, Elizabeth Hurley, Gilbert Gottfried and many more.Cast:Jeff Garlin, Denis Leary, Michael J. Fox, Dr. Dre, Peter Gallagher, Joe Mantegna, Conan O'Brien, Rene Russo, Jon Stewart, Kiefer Sutherland, Christopher Walken, Elizabeth Hurley, Gilbert Gottfried, Kevin Spacey, Gina Gershon

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST 1 DVD DONALD TRUMP 2011 90 minutes, crystal with Whitney Cummings, Lisa Lampanelli, Jeffrey Ross, Marlee Matlin (with surprise "assistance" from Gilbert Gottfried), Anthony Jeselnik, Larry King, Snoop Dogg, and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.... Several roasters paid respect to Greg Giraldo, a Comedy Central Roast regular, who died on September 29, 2010.

 

 

COMEDY CENTRAL ROAST 1 DVD CHARLIE SHEEN 2011, Roastmaster seth macfarlane, Jon Lovitz, Patrice O’Neal and Amy Schumer, William Shatner, actress Kate Walsh. Guns 'N Roses frontman Slash , Previously announced roasters include comedians anthony jeselnik and jeffery ross, Steve-O of "Jackass" fame and former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson.

 

 

CONVERSATIONS FROM THE EDGE 1 DVD 2002 hosted by Carrie Fisher, guest Debbie Reynolds.

 

CONVERSATIONS FROM THE EDGE 1 DVD 1999 A Conversation with Gregory Peck, interviewer- Carrie Fisher

 

 

COP ROCK 3 DVD menu with episode select, flops! trio logo bottom left corner, avi files, vg / excellent picture, Cop Rock attempted to combine musical theater with the police drama, the latter a genre in which Bochco had already been very successful with Hill Street Blues. Its theme, "Under the Gun", was sung by Randy Newman, who opened each episode performing it in a music video-style credit sequence. The show also featured crossover appearances from other Bochco series, Lt. Howard Hunter from Hill Street Blues, while another episode featured cameos by L.A. Law stars Jimmy Smits and Michele Greene. Sheryl Crow appears as a back-up singer in the final episode. The show was a critical and commercial failure and was canceled by ABC after 11 episodes. Owing to the combination of its bizarre nature and its high-powered production talent, it became infamous as one of the biggest television failures of the 1990sThe final episode concludes with the cast breaking character and joining crew members in performing a closing song.

 

 

 

CORONET BLUE 4 DVD 1967 USA Coronet Blue was a cult television series about Michael Alden (Frank Converse), a man who is fished from a New York harbor with no memory except two words,Coronet Blue.The series followed him as he tried to regain his memory while avoiding people trying to kill him.Episode 12 and 13 were never aired and thought to be lost.This set has all 13 episodes with episodes 11,12,13 made from studio prints that are 100% complete with nice quality.The only downside to these episodes is that there is a counter in upper right corner.I wish all the episodes were like that but the quality for episodes 1 through 10 varies as they were from different sources like TV Land and other channels. Even the quality on those are pretty good with a couple that I would say rate an 8 out of 10.There are plenty of guest stars in this series.Episode 3 alone has Jon Voight,David Carradine and Candice Bergen in it.Also had a great theme song.If you are a fan of this show you will not be disappointed

 

 

 

CIRCLE OF FEAR / GHOST STORY 4 DVD

How could a series produced by William Castle and developed by Richard Matheson go wrong? Castle was the Hitchcock of horror movies (HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, THE TINGLER, 12 GHOSTS, etc) and he was the producer. The pilot and first season was hosted by Sebastian Cabot. (Most people remember him from Family Affair) As for the second season...Cabot was no longer host and the series name changed to Circle of Fear.



This anthology series focused on the supernatural. The plot which could range from a vampire preying on college students to a ghost haunting a house to an old man using voodoo against his own family. On January 5, 1973, the series changed its title to "Circle of Fear?. But alas, for some reason it was canceled. Was it the ratings? Budget? Creative control? Who knows. There were only 23 episodes broadcast and we have located 19 of those in this next to impossible to find set. And look at the lineup of stars -



PATTY DUKE, JOHN AUSTIN, JANET LEIGH, RORY CALHOUN, GENE NELSON, PATRICIA NEAL, CRAIG STEVENS, BARRY NELSON, SUSAN DEY, JASON ROBARDS, STELLA STEVENS, JACK KELLY, STUART WHITMAN, GENA ROWLANDS, FRANK CONVERSE, CAROLYN JONES STEVE FORREST, WILLIAM WINDOM, TAB HUNTER, PAT HARRINGTON, KIM DARBY, MARTIN SHEEN, DAVID SOUL, VICTOR JORY, MEG FOSTER, ELEANOR PARKER, JAMES FRANCISCUS, ELIZABETH ASHLEY, DOUG McCLURE, MARIETTE HARTLEY, JACKIE COOPER MILDRED DUNNOCK, RICHARD MULLIGAN and MORE



THE DEAD WE LEAVE BEHIND

THE CONCRETE CAPTAIN

LEGION OF DEMONS

EARTH, AIR, FIRE AND WATER

THE SUMMER HOUSE

THE GRAVEYARD SHIFT

DEATHS AHEAD

ELEGY FOR A VAMPIRE

TIME FOR TERROR

DOORWAY TO DEATH

GHOSTS OF POTTORS FIELD

DARK VENGEANCE

PHANTOM OF HAROLD SQUARE

SPARE PARTS

HALF A DEATH

AT THE CRADLE FOOT

CRY OF THE CAT

THE SUMMER HOUSE

HOUSE OF EVIL

 

DAGMAR'S CANTEEN 2 DVD DAGMARS CANTEEN NBC at Saturday 8:00 PM (30 min.) November 16, 1951 Thru June 14, 1952 Dagmar, TV's original buxom blonde sex symbol, followed her run on NBC's "Broadway Open House" with this variety series. Here she entertained an audience of happy servicemen with her curvy figure and original goofy plays, with audience members occasionally taking on some of the roles. HERE ARE THE 4 EPISODES INCLUDED IN THIS COLLECTION No. Episode 1 November 30, 1951 2 April 5, 1952 3 April 12, 1952 4 May 11, 1952 These episodes are direct transfer from the original kinescope films. This does not mean the episodes are pristine, just that they are complete and as originally broadcast in 1952. The quality varies episode to episode due to the age and condition of the original kinescopes.

 

DAMAGES 3 DVD SEASON 3 Glenn Close returns as ruthless litigator Patty Hewes in the third season of this Emmy-winning drama, which follows the lawyer's merciless, win-at-any-cost schemes and her devious attempts to manipulate hotshot young protégeé Ellen Parsons

 

 

DANNY THOMAS 1 DVD THE DANNY THOMAS SHOW NBC SPECIAL 12/10/64 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF COCONUT GROVE WITH Jimmy Durante, Joey Bishop, Danny Thomas, Eddie Fisher ..PLUS ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW 10/11/69...40TH is color, excellent picture,

 

 

DANNY THOMAS 1 DVD TEXACO STAR THEATER 5/15/51 PLUS CLUB OASIS 1957..blk & white with slight grain, 120 minutes, with danny thomas, dean martin, frank sinatra, milton berle and others

 

 

 

DON RICKLES 2 DVD Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles 2007 Project Renowned director John Landis offers up a portrait of legendary comedian Don Rickles (in an Emmy-winning role) by blending clips of Rickles's appearances at the Dean Martin celebrity roasts and on "The Tonight Show" with footage from his stand-up routine and interviews. A slew of celebrities -- including Martin Scorsese, Christopher Guest, Robin Williams, Sarah Silverman, Sidney Poitier and Clint Eastwood -- offer their insights on the man known as "Mr. Warmth."
Cast: Don Rickles, Clint Eastwood, Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, Sidney Poitier, Harry Dean Stanton, Robin Williams, Chris Rock, Christopher Guest, Sarah Silverman, Tom McDermott, John Landis, Richard Lewis

 

 

DON RICKLES CPO SHARKEY 6 DVD 1976-1978... Comic exploits of an acid-tongued Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy; Don Rickles, Harrison Page and Peter Isacksen. The perfect sitcom outlet for the acid-tongued talents of comic Don Rickles, who plays Chief Petty Officer Sharkey, based at a naval recruitment center in California. Since all the men under his command seem to be from different racial and cultural backgrounds (black, Polish, Hispanic, etc.), Sharkey has plenty of ammunition for his insults and putdowns. He's actually very fond of his men though, and usually must protect them from mealy-mouthed boss Lt. Whipple and gruff base commander Capt. Buckner......MENU WITH SHOW SELECT , EXCELLENT / CRYSTAL PICTURE

 

DISC 1)

1.MORAL PROBLEM

2.GRADUATION DAY

3.SHARKEYS BIRTHDAY

4.TI JUANA JAIL

5.SOUTH AMERICAN GENERAL





(DISC 2)

1.THE PUNK CLUB

2.APARTMENT

3.COUNSELLOR

4.THE DIET

5.ENGAGEMENT





(DISC 3)

1.HIGH BLOOD PREASSURE

2.WOMAN IN THE BARRACK

3.CONGRESSWOMAN

4.FEAR OF FLYING

5.USED CAR





(DISC 4)

1.BOMB THREAT

2.GAMBLER

3.EMOTIONAL BLOCK

4.FLU







(DISC 5)

1.SUBMARINE

2.PRUITTS TWO WOMAN

3.CAPTAINS AID

4.MARINES





(DISC 6)



1.SHARKEYS TOUPE

2.RUBBER DOLL

3.DEAR JOHN

4.NEW FEMALE COMMANDER

5.JAPANESE RECRUIT

DAN AUGUST 5 DVD 1970-1971... Detective August works the crime beat in his home town, Santa Luisa CA, working with (and against) people with whom he grew up. Stars Burt Reynolds, Norman Fell and Ned Romero. ..CHROSTOPHER GEORGE PLAYED DAN AUGUST IN THE TV PILOT // MOVIE ..role taken over by burt reynolds..Dan August is a short-lived 1970-1971 crime drama television series, which starred Burt Reynolds as the title character: a police lieutenant who investigated homicide cases in his (fictional) hometown of Santa Luisa, California. (The town was supposedly based on Santa Barbara, California but was filmed in Oxnard, Ventura County, CA.) Other cast members included Norman Fell as August's partner, Sgt. Charles Wilentz; Ned Romero; Ena Hartman, and Richard Anderson. The show was produced by Quinn Martin and aired on the ABC television network.The series was based on the 1970 made-for-TV movie The House on Green Apple Road, starring Christopher George as Dan August.While not initially popular enough to be renewed for a second season, Dan August became a fan favorite in reruns, particularly after Reynolds' popularity surged in the mid-1970s with his escalating movie career. CBS re-aired the series both on The CBS Late Movie and in prime time during summer "rerun seasons" of both 1973 and 1975 to larger audiences.

CAST:

Burt Reynolds Detective Lieutenant Dan August
Norman Fell Sergeant Charles Wilentz
Richard Anderson Police Chief George Untermeyer
Ned Romero Sergeant John Rivera
Ena Hartman Katy Grant; secretary

(DISC 1)

The House on Greenapple Road

Murder of a Small Town

Love is a Nickel Bag

(DISC 2)

Color of Fury

Invitation to Murder

The Union Forever

Epitaph for a Swinger

(DISC 3)

When the Shouting Dies

The Soldier

Quadrangle for Death

Dead Witness to a Killing

(DISC 4)

Murder My Friend

The Law

The Worst Crime

(DISC 5)

The Lady Killers

(DISC 6)

In The Eyes Of God

COVER GIRL 1 DVD CHERYL HANSSON COVER GIRL 1981 ADULT FILM RARE!!!!! IN THE LATE 1970s-early 1980s, CHERYL HANSSON WAS THE #1 MODEL IN THE U.S. AND WAS AS FAMOUS AS CINDY CRAWFORD. IN 1981, SHE WAS CAJOLED BY PORN DIRECTOR ALEX DE RANZY TO SPICE UP HER IMAGE AND SHE AGREED TO STAR IN THIS X-RATED FILM. SHOT ON FILM --- WITH AN ACTUAL PLOT. ALSO STARRING PAUL THOMAS.

 

 

DANCING WITH THE STARS 156 DVD

 

15 SEASONS COMPLETE PLEASE NOTE : Season 11 - 15 has Commercials

 

Season 1

 

Trista Rehn Sutter with partner Louis van Amstel

Evander Holyfield with partner Edyta Sliwinska

Rachel Hunter with partner Jonathan Roberts

Joey McIntyre with partner Ashly DelGrosso

John O'Hurley with partner Charlotte J rgensen

Kelly Monaco with partner Alec Mazo

 

SEASON 2

 

Kenny Mayne with partner Andrea Hale

Tatum O'Neal with partner Nick Kosovich

Giselle Fernandez with partner Jonathan Roberts

Master P with partner Ashly DelGrosso

Tia Carrere with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy

George Hamilton with partner Edyta Sliwinska

Lisa Rinna with partner Louis van Amstel

Stacy Keibler with partner Tony Dovolani

Jerry Rice with partner Anna Trebunskaya

Drew Lachey with partner Cheryl Burke

 

Season 3

 

Tucker Carlson with partner Elena Grinenko

Shanna Moakler with partner Jesse DeSoto

Harry Hamlin with partner Ashly DelGrosso

Vivica A. Fox with partner Nick Kosovich

Willa Ford, singer with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Sara Evans, singer with partner Tony Dovolani

Jerry Springer with partner Kym Johnson

Monique Coleman with partner Louis van Amstel

Joey Lawrence with partner Edyta Sliwinska

Mario Lopez with partner Karina Smirnoff

Emmitt Smith with partner Cheryl Burke

 

Season 4

 

Paulina Porizkova with partner Alec Mazo

Shandi Finnessey with partner Brian Fortuna

Leeza Gibbons with partner Tony Dovolani

Clyde Drexler with partner Elena Grinenko

Heather Mills with partner Jonathan Roberts

John Ratzenberger with partner Edyta Sliwinska

Billy Ray Cyrus with partner Karina Smirnoff

Ian Ziering with partner Cheryl Burke

Laila Ali with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Joey Fatone with partner Kym Johnson

Apolo Anton Ohno with partner Julianne Hough

 

 

SEASON 5

 

Josie Maran Alec Mazo

Albert Reed Anna Trebunskaya

Wayne Newton Cheryl Burke

"Pretty Boy" - Floyd Mayweather Karina Smirnoff

Mark Cuban Kym Johnson

Sabrina Bryan Mark Ballas

Jane Seymour Tony Dovolani

Cameron Mathison Edyta Sliwinska

Jenny Garth Derek Hough

Marie Osmond Jonathan Roberts

"Scary Spice" - Melanie Brown Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Helio Castroneves Julianne Hough

 

 

SEASON 6

 

Kristi Yamagucci Mark Ballas

Cristian De La Fuente Cheryl Burke

Jason Taylor Edyta Sliwinska

Marissa Jaret Winokur Tony Dovolani

Mario Karina Smirnoff

Shannon Elizabeth Derek Hough

Marlee Matlin Fabian Sanchez

Priscilla Presley Louis van Amstel

Adam Carolla Julianne Hough

Steve Guttenberg Anna Trebunskaya

Penn Jillette Kym Johnson

Monica Seles Jonathan Roberts

 

 

SEASON 7

 

Brooke Burke (Host and model) Derek Hough

Lance Bass (Singer - 'Nsync) Lacey Schwimmer

Warren Sapp (Former NFL Defensive Tackle) Kim Johnson

Cody Linley (Actor - Hannah Montana) Julianne Hough

Maurice Greene (Olympic Champion Sprinter) Cheryl Burke

Susan Lucci (Soap opera star - All My Children) Tony Dovolani

Cloris Leachman (Academy Award winning actress) Corky Ballas

Toni Braxton (Singer) Alec Mazo

Rocco DiSpirito (Chef and author) Karina Smirnoff

Misty May-Treanor (Olympic Beach Vollyball champion) Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Kim Kardashian (Reality television star) Mark Ballas

Ted McGinley (Actor) Inna Brayer

Jeffrey Ross (Comedian) Edyta Sliwinska

 

 

SEASON 8

 

Ty Murray Chelsie Hightower

Lil' Kim Derek Hough

Chuck Wicks Julianne Hough

Lawrence Taylor Edyta Sliwinska

Steve-O Lacey Schwimmer

David Alan Grier Kym Johnson

Holly Madison Dmitry Chaplin

Steve Wozniak Karina Smirnoff

Denise Richards Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Belinda Carlisle Jonathan Roberts

Shawn Johnson Mark Ballas

Gilles Marini Cheryl Burke

Melissa Rycroft Tony Dovoloni

 

 

SEASON 9

 

Donny Osmond Kym Johnson

Mya Dmitry Chaplin

Kelly Osbourne Louis Van Amstel

Joanna Krupa Derek Hough

Aaron Carter Karina Smirnoff

Mark Decascos Lacey Schwimmer

Michael Irvin Anna Demidova

Louie Vito Chelsie Hightower

Melissa Joan Hart Mark Ballas

Natalie Coughlin Alec Mazo

Chuck Liddell Anna Trebunskaya

Debi Mazar Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Tom DeLay Chery Burke

Kathy Ireland Tony Dovolani

Ashley Hamilton Edyta Sliwinska

Macy Gray Jonathan Roberts

 

 

SEASON 10

 

Nicole Scherzinger Derek Hough

Evan Lysacek Anna Trebunskaya

Erin Andrews Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Chad Ochocinco Cheryl Burke

Niecy Nash Louis Van Amstel

Pamela Anderson Damian Whitewood

Jake Pavelka Chelsie Hightower

Kate Gosselin Tony Dovoloni

Aiden Turner Edyta Sliwinska

Buzz Aldrin Ashley (DelGrosso) Costa

Shannen Doherty Mark Ballas

 

 

SEASON 11

 

Brandy Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Jennifer Grey Derek Hough

Margaret Cho Louis Van Amstel

Audrina Patridge Tony Dovoloni

Florence Henderson Corky Ballas

Bristol Palin Mark Ballas

Michael Bolton Chelsie Hightower

Mike Sorrentino Karina Smirnoff

David Hasselhoff Kym Johnson

Kurt Warner Anna Trebunskaya

Kyle Massey Lacey Schwimmer

Rick Fox Cheryl Burke

 

SEASON 12

 

MEN

 

Rapper Romeo and Chelsie Hightower

Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard and Anna Trebunskaya

Original Karate Kid Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff

Wrestler Chris Jericho and Cheryl Burke

Football player Hines Ward and Kym Johnson

Mike Catherwood and Lacey Schwimmer

 

Women

 

Disney actress Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas

Model Petra Nemcova and Dmitry Chaplin

Reality star Kendra Wilkinson and Louis Van Amstel

Talk show host Wendy Williams and Tony Dovolani

Actress Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy

 

 

 

SEASON 13

 

Team CarsonAnna

Carson Kressley & Anna Trebunskaya

 

Team Schwaz

Chaz Bono & Lacey Schwimmer

 

Team CHYNNADOVE

Chynna Phillips & Tony Dovolani

 

Team GoodTimes

David Arquette & Kym Johnson

 

Team Valisabetta

Elisabetta Canalis & Val Chmerkovskiy

 

Team MakSolo

Hope Solo & Maksim Chmerkovskiy

 

Team Martinoff

J.R. Martinez & Karina Smirnoff

 

Team KristinBalls

Kristin Cavallari & Mark Ballas

 

Team MacGrace

Nancy Grace & Tristan MacManus

 

Team DRickilous

Ricki Lake & Derek Hough

 

Team CherBert

Rob Kardashian & Cheryl Burke

 

Team PetRon

Ron Artest & Peta Murgatroyd

 

 

SEASON 14

 

Jack Wagner, star of "Melrose Place" (pro partner: Anna Trebunskaya)

Melissa Gilbert, star of "Little House on the Prairie" (pro partner: Maksim Chmerkovskiy)

Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers all-time leading receiver (pro partner: Peta Murgatroyd)

William Levy, telenovela star (pro partner: Cheryl Burke)

Sherri Shepherd, co-host of "The View" (pro partner: Valentin Chmerkovskiy)

Katherine Jenkins, opera star (pro partner: Mark Ballas)

Gavin DeGraw, singer (pro partner: Karina Smirnoff)

Martina Navratilova, tennis star (pro partner: Tony Dovolani)

Roshon Fegan, Disney star (pro partner: Chelsie Hightower)

Maria Menounos, TV host (pro partner: Derek Hough)

Jaleel White, star of "Family Matters" (pro partner: Kym Johnson)

Gladys Knight, music legend (pro partner: Tristan MacManus)

 

 

SEASON 15

 

1. Joey Fatone and Kym Johnson

2. Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough

3. Sabrina Bryan and Louis van Amstel

4. Helio Castroneves and Chelsie Hightower

5. Pamela Anderson and Tristan MacManus

6. Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani

7. Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff

8. Drew Lachey and Anna Trebunskaya

9. Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas

10. Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd

11. Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy

12. Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy

13. Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke

 

 

 

 

 

DARKER THAN AMBER 1 DVD RARE 1970 FILM ADAPTATION OF THE JOHN D MACDONALD NOVEL FEATURING HIS FAMOUS CHARACTER TRAVIS McGEE... STARRING ROD TAYLOR, THEODORE BIKEL AND WILLIAM SMITH (BAD DUDE FROM RICH MAN POOR MAN MINI-SERIES)... THIS IS THE DUTCH VERSION IN ENGLISH WITH DUTCH SUBTITLES...

 

 

DARKEST AFRICA 2 DVD TV SERIAL 1936 ALL 15 CHAPTERS w/ Animal Trainer Legend Clyde Beatty and the amazing flying Bat-Men as created by special effects legends the Lydecker Brothers, Excellent Picture...menu with episode select, black & white..excellent picture

 

 

DARK SHADOWS 1 DVD BLOOPERS & TREASURES 1966 -- 150 minutes, menu, "Dark Shadows" fans will enjoy these hilarious bloopers, promos and more from the wildly popular supernatural classic. Taped live, the series aired without stops to correct mistakes such as missed lines, collapsing sets and malfunctioning props. Cast: Jonathan Frid, Alexandra Isles, Joan Bennett, Louis Edmonds, Grayson Hall, Nancy Barrett, David Henesy, Joel Crothers, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Lara Parker

 

 

DATELINE DISNEYLAND 1 DVD LIVE FROM THE OPENING DAY OF DISNEYLAND LOS ANGELES CA 7/17/55 with Art Linkletter, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Ronald Reagan, Danny Thomas AND MANY MORE...75 minutes, black & white, vg picture

 

 

A DATE WITH DEBBIE 1 DVD - DEBBIE REYNOLDS FIRST TV SPECIAL BLACK & WHITE 12/27/60 PLUS MORE menu with show select ABC TV with guests Walter Brennan, Carl Reiner, Charles Ruggles, Carleton Carpenter, Cannonball Adderly 60 minutes w/o/c PLUS MORE IS MILTON BERELE SHOW IN COLOR 3/9/62..with guests jack benny, janis page, lena horne and laurence harvey

 

 

DAVID LETTERMAN 29 DVD LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN (NBC) FULL SHOW COLLECTION

 

ORIGINAL BROADCAST, ORIGINAL COMMERCIALS

 

FULL SHOWS - EXCELLENT PICTURE

 

VOLUME 1 8/17/89 BILLY JOEL, MICK JONES (FOREIGNER) AND GARRY SHANDLING

 

 

VOLUME 2 7/28/89 RON HOWARD, JULIAN LENNON AND DICK ENBERG

 

 

VOLUME 3 12/16/88 JOHN WATERS, JOAN CUSAK AND ROBERT PALMER

 

 

VOLUME 4 1/30/86 JAY LENO, BOB COSTAS ... 11/9/89 GEORGE CARLIN, POLLY DRAPER, JACK HANNA, CHRIS ELLIOT

 

 

VOLUME 5 1/27/86 TIM CONWAY, SAM KENNISON, MANUTE BOL

 

 

 

VOLUME 6 8/12/86 MARIA CONCHITA ALONSO, CHRIS ELLIOT

 

 

VOLUME 7 8/14/86 JOE NAMETH , ASHFORD & SIMPSON

 

 

VOLUME 8 7/31/86 HARRY CAREY, MARGARET SMITH

 

 

VOLUME 9 7/30/86 BEN E KING, SPALDING GREY, RIQUETTE

 

 

VOLUME 10 7/26/86 TOM HANKS, LEA THOMPSON, ARNOLD MORRIS

 

 

VOLUME 11 7/28/86 STEPHANIE POWERS, JIMMY ALEC

 

 

VOLUME 12 8/7/86 ROBIN WILLIAMS, CAROL LEIFER

 

 

VOLUME 13 HOWARD STERN, STEPHEN WRIGHT

 

 

VOLUME 14 8/5/86 4THE FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS, KAMAR THE DISCOUNT MAGICIAN

 

 

VOLUME 15 8/6/86 JOHN CANDY, EUGENE LEVY AND STEVE WINWOOD

 

 

VOLUME 16 8/13/86 LORAINE NEWMAN, CISSY HOUSTON

 

 

VOLUME 17 8/4/86 BEVERLY D'ANGELO, JEFF CESARIO AND LARGE VEGETABLES

 

 

VOLUME 18 12/20/88 JOHN MALKOVICH, DR RUTH

 

 

VOLUME 19 8/30/88 RICHARD LEWIS, NANCI GRIFFITH

 

 

VOLUME 20 3/1/88 TOM BROKAW, BELINDA CARLISLE

 

 

VOLUME 21 11/29/88 KURT RUSSELL, LOUIE ANDERSON AND KAMAR THE DISCOUNT MAGICIAN

 

 

VOLUME 22 12/21/88 LAUREN HUTTON, ROB SCHNEIDER

 

 

VOLUME 23 11/1/90 GERARD DEPARDIEU, DAVID STEINBERG

 

 

VOLUME 24 1/17/90 BLAIR UNDERWOOD, RICH HALL

 

 

VOLUME 25 1/18/90 OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN, FRAN LIEBOWITZ, JACQUES COUSTEAU

 

 

VOLUME 26 12/14/88 TERI GARR, COCO TAYLOR

 

 

VOLUME 27 12/19/90 TRACEY ULLMAN, EXPERT ON VOODOO

 

 

VOLUME 28 EDDIE MONEY, TOM HANKS , MIKE WALLACE

 

 

VOLUME 29 BILL HICKS, RANDY COHEN

 

DAVID LETTERMAN LATE SHOW COLLECTION 1 DVD VOLUME 30 12/3/12 -- 60 minutes, excellent picture --LED ZEPPELIN ROBERT PLANT, JIMMY PAGE , JOHN PAUL JONES --- both letterman and led zeppelin were part of 2012 kennedy center honors that week --MOST KENNEDY CENTER HONORS SHOWS ARE AVAIL --- --also john krasinski and music by paloma faith

 

 

DAVID LETTERMAN LATE SHOW COLLECTION 1 DVD VOLUME 31 12/11/12 60 minutes, excellent picture -- GUESTS ARE AMANDA SEYFRIED, NATALIA MAKAROVA, MUSIC FROM AWOLNATION, AND TOP TEN LIST PRESENTED BY MICK JAGGER,

 

 

DEBBIE REYNOLDS 1 DVD LIFESTYLES OF THE RICH & FAMOUS 3/29/83-- 15 minutes, vg with slight interference , PLUS LARRY KING LIVE - 1ST INTERVIEW TOGETHER IN 3 YEARS OF MARY TYLER MOORE & DICK VAN DYKE 1999 -- menu with show select, excellent picture, 45 MINUTES,

 

 

DEBBIE REYNOLDS A DATE WITH DEBBIE 1 DVD - DEBBIE REYNOLDS FIRST TV SPECIAL 12/27/60 PLUS MORE ABC TV with guests Walter Brennan, Carl Reiner, Charles Ruggles, Carleton Carpenter, Cannonball Adderly 60 minutes w/o/c PLUS MORE IS MILTON BERELE SHOW 3/9/62

 

 

DE LOVELY 1 DVD 2004 FEATURE FILM Kevin Kline stars as the celebrated 20th-century composer Cole Porter, who looks back on his life unfolding like one of his musicals, replete with drama, suspense and joy -- at the center of which is his mercurial relationship with his wife, Linda (Ashley Judd). After meeting in Paris, the couple marries with the understanding that Porter -- who penned many hits, including "Anything Goes" and "It's De-Lovely" -- is gay.

 

 

DEAN MARTIN 27 DVD VARIETY SHOW (NO VOLUME 22 AT THIS TIME)..NOT FULL SHOWS...compilations of various shows on each disc .... VOLUME 0... SPECIAL EDITION... Frank Sinatra, Goldie Hawn, Jack Benny, Bob Newhart, Ella Fitzgerald, Jimmy Stewart, Victor Borge, Dom DeLuise, Orson Wells;

 

VOLUME 1... Bing Crosby, John Wayne, Lucille Ball, Rowan & Martin, Phil Silvers, Jonathan Winters, Bill Cosby, Frank Sinatra;

 

VOLUME 2... Tony Bennett, Jimmy Stewart, Florence Henderson, Peter Sellers, Bob Newhart, Jonathan Winters, Don Rickles;

 

VOLUME 3... Peggy Lee, Juliet Prowse, George Gobel, Gina Lollobrigida, Orson Wells, Dom DeLuise, Peter Sellers;

 

VOLUME 4... Michael Landon, Bill Cosby, Don Rickles, Rosemary Clooney, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Jimmy Stewart, Petula Clark, Buddy Hackett, Rowan & Martin, Goldie Hawn, Frank Sinatra;

 

VOLUME 5... Bob Hope, John Wayne, Johnny Carson, Dennis Weaver, Ruth Buzzi, Howard Cosell, Jack Klugman;

 

VOLUME 6... Orson Wells, Flip Wilson, Steve Lawrence, Olivia Newton-John, Art Carney, Liberace;

 

VOLUME 7... Rich Little, Jack Benny, Joey Bishop, Ronald Reagan, Pat Boone, Ann Margret;

 

VOLUME 8... Engelbert Humperdinck, Jack Benny, Nipsey Russell, Charles Nelson Riley, George Gobel, Debbie Reynolds, Phil Silvers;

 

VOLUME 9... Ed Sullivan, Michael Landon, Shirley Jones, Peter Falk, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Raquel Welch, Ginger Rogers, Robert Mitchum;

 

VOLUME 10... Gene Kelly, Bob Newhart, Jonathan Winters, Minnie Pearl, Art Carney, Buddy Hackett, Frank Sinatra, Liberace, Rosemary Clooney;

 

VOLUME 11... Lena Horne, Bing Crosby, Glen Campbell, Ann Margret, Joey Bishop, Petula Clark, Orson Wells, Goldie Hawn, Dom DeLuise, Jonathan Winters;

 

VOLUME 12... Frank Sinatra, Ruth Buzzi, Jimmy Durante, Sid Caesar, Petula Clark, Bob Newhart, Victor Borge;

 

VOLUME 13... Flip Wilson, Marty Feldman, Jimmy Stewart, Ann Margret, Joey Heatherton, Paul Lynde, Dennis Weaver, Dick Martin;

 

VOLUME 14... Pat Boone, Angie Dickinson, Orson Wells, Elaine Stritch, Zero Mostel, Marty Feldman, Paul Lynde, Dom DeLuise, Jonathan Winters;

 

VOLUME 15... "Tennessee" Ernie Ford, Gene Kelly, Flip Wilson, Lorne Green, George Burns, Paul Lynde, Jonathan Winters, Dom DeLuise, Marty Feldman.=

 

VOLUME 16: DIONNE WARWICK, CRYSTAL GAYLE, RUTH BUZZI, JERRY REED, JONATHAN WINTERS, DOM DELUISE, THE GOLD DIGGERS, LINDA LAVIN, SHIRLEY JONES

 

VOLUME 17: JACK BENNY, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, LORETTA LYNN, THE STATLER BROTHERS, BARBARA MANDRELL, RAY STEVENS, JIMMY STEWART, JIMMY CARTER, CHARLIE RICH, JERRY REED

 

VOLUME 18: LIBERACE, DON ADAMS, PETULA CLARK, DOM DELUISE, JONATHAN WINTERS, ART CARNEY, PAUL LYNDE, ORSON WELLS, TONY BENNETT

 

VOLUME 19: ERNEST BORGNINE, FOSTER BROOKS, DOM DELUISE, GENE KELLY, BOB NEWHART, FRANK SINATRA, ELAINE STRITCH, ORSON WELLS

 

VOLUME 20: GEORGE BURNS, RED BUTTONS, BING CROSBY, DOM DELUISE, LORNE GREEN, FLORENCE HENDERSON, BOB NEWHART, FRANK SINATRA

 

VOLUME 21: ORSON WELLS, LAWRENCE WELK, KATE SMITH, GENE KELLY, LENA HORNE, MARTY FELDMAN, BUDDY EBSEN, HOWARD COSELL, VICTOR BORGE, ANN MARGARET

 

VOLUME 23: KATE SMITH, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, PETULA CLARK, BING CROSBY, WILLIAM HOLDEN, BOB HOPE, DAVID JANSSEN, LANDON, BOB NEWHART, MICKEY ROONEY

 

VOLUME 24: DEAN MARTIN, LENA HORNE, ANN MARGARET, DOM DELUISE, DAVID HASSELHOFF, BOB NEWHART, BURT REYNOLDS, DEBBIE REYNOLDS, FRANK SINATRA, JONATHAN WINTERS

 

VOLUME 25: GEORGE BURNS, BUDDY EBSEN, MARTY FELDMAN, SHECKY GREENE, BARBARA HELLER, LENA HORNE, ROGER MILLER, ZERO MOSTEL, CHARLES NELSON REILLY

 

VOLUME 26: EDDIE ALBERT, MARTY FELDMAN, BARBARA FELDON, GEORGE GOBEL, ANDY GRIFFITH, GORDON MACRAE, KAY MEDFORD, CAROLL O’CONNOR, JIMMY STEWART, ORSON WELLS

 

VOLUME 27: DOM DELUISE, MARTY FELDMAN, ELLA FITZGERALD, SHECKY GREENE, GENE KELLY, GORDON MACRAE, KAY MEDFORD, CARROLL O’CONNOR, JIMMY STEWART, ORSON WELLS

 

VOLUME 28: ANDREW SISTERS, LUCILLE BALL, GEORGE BURNS, SID CAESAR, ART CARNEY, MARTY FELDMAN, PEGGY LEE, PAUL LYNDE, ZERO MOSTEL, DINAH SHORE

 

DEAN MARTIN 14 DVD CLASSIC 50 COMEDY CELEBRITY ROASTS SPECIALS... menu with show select, excellent crystal picture... the people roasted are as follows: Hank Aaron, Muhammed Ali, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, George Burns, Gabe Kaplan, Truman Capote, Johnny Carson, Wilt Chamberlin, Joan Collins, Robert Conrad, Bette Davis, Sammy Davis Jr., Angie Dickinson, Joe DiMaggio, Kirk Douglas, Leo Durocher, Redd Foxx, Joe Garagiola, Jackie Gleason, Sen. Barry Goldwater, Dan Haggerty, Monty Hall, Valerie Harper, Hugh Hefner, Bob Hope, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, Jack Klugman, Ted Knight, Evil Knievel, Michael Landon #1, Peter Marshall, Dean Martin, Rowan & Martin, Ed McMahon, Mr. T, Ralph Nader, Joe Namath, Carroll O'Connor, Ronald Reagan, Don Rickles, Bobby Riggs, Telly Savales, Frank Sinatra, James Stewart, Suzanne Sommers, Danny Thomas, Dennis Weaver, George Washington, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Betty White

 

DEAN MARTIN & JERRY LEWIS 1 DVD COPACABANA NYC CLOSING NIGHT 1955 45 minutes, pro shot, small time stamp on bottom, blk & white, vg picture

 

DEAR JOHN 20 DVD THE COMPLETE SERIES... The Dear John TV show was a 30 minute comedy series about John Lacey, a high school teacher who joined a divorced and widowed persons support group after his wife abruptly left him. The group contained a bunch of wacky members including the overly positive and over-sexed Louise who was also the group leader, the insufferable womanizer Kirk, the timid and overtly shy Ralph, the retiree Mrs. Philbert who can't shut up, and the gorgeous but innocent Kate. Cast: Judd Hirsch... John Lacey; Isabella Hofmann... Kate McCarron; Jane Carr... Louise Mercer; Jere Burns... Kirk Morris; Billie Bird... Mrs. Margie Philbert; Harry Groener... Ralph Drang (Seasons 1-3); Susan Walters... Mary Beth Sutton (Seasons 3,4).

 

 

DEEP RISING 1 DVD FEATURE FILM 1998 FEATURE FILM ...MUCH OVERLOOKED AND UNDER APPRECIATED FILM Director Stephen Sommers's early monster movie adds terror to the high seas as John Finnegan (Treat Williams), Simon Canton (Anthony Heald) and their crew attempt to hijack a luxury liner -- but who will likely become lunch instead. After surviving the ship's initial collision, onboard jewel thief Trillian St. James (Famke Janssen) must join the hijackers in a fight to escape from a greater deep-sea danger in this ocean-bound, sci-fi actioner.

 

DINAH SHORE -- SEE SECTION 1 LETTER D FOR MORE

 

DINAH SHORE 1 DVD DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW SHOW #1 ella fitzgerald, betty grable, tony randall, SHOW # 2 THE CHEVY SHOW HOSTED BY JOHN RAITT with edie adams, carol burnett, janice blair, mickey shaunessey, rebroacasts from JLTV -- blk and white, menu with show select

 

DINAH SHORE 1 DVD DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW SHOW #1 charlie weaver, van johnson & peggy lee SHOW # 2 DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW ALL ASIAN SPECIAL -- VARIOUS ASIAN STARS FROM MANILLA, JAPAN, KOREA, HONG KONG, FIJI and various other asian countries rebroacasts from JLTV -- blk and white, menu with show select

 

DINAH SHORE 1 DVD DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW SHOW #1 art carney, betty hutton, boris karloff SHOW #2 art buchwald, carl reiner and marcel marceau rebroacasts from JLTV -- blk and white, menu with show select

 

DINAH SHORE 1 DVD DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW SHOW #1 art carney, stubby kaye and perry como, the skylarks, SHOW #2 dean martin & stubby kaye rebroacasts from JLTV -- blk and white, menu with show select

 

DINAH SHORE 1 DVD DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW SHOW #1 craig stevens, andre previn, george globel, vera ellen SHOW # 2 ernie kovacs, edie adams, louis prima, george montgomery rebroacasts from JLTV -- blk and white, menu with show select

 

 

DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW 20 DVD - 42 EPISODES - BLK & WHITE, MENU WITH SHOW SELECT - VARIOUS SPONSORS LIKE THE CHEVY SHOW OR S&H GREEN STAMPS, PICTURE VARIES - MOST ARE VG PICTURE - MOST ARE APPROX 60 MIN

 

NOT ALL GUESTS / DATES LISTED BELOW

 

 

 

DISC 1

MARGE AND GOWER CHAMPION, STUBBY KAYE, JOHNNY SILVER, THE SKYLARKS AND DEAN MARTIN

 

 

DISC 2

ART CARNEY AND PERY COMO, STUBBY KAYE, THE SKYLARKS

 

 

DISC 3

JOEY BISHOP, THE DUNHILLS, DEAN MARTIN, THE SKYLARKS

 

 

DISC 4

ERNIE KOVACS, EDIE ADAMS, LOUIS PRIMA, KEELY SMITH, GEORGE MONTGOMERY

 

 

DISC 5

SPECIAL SHOW ITALY THEMED / VARIOUS GUESTS - DOMEìNICO MODUGNO, ARMANDO TROVAJOLI, ROSSANO BRAZZI

 

 

 

DISC 6

12/29/61 - NEW YEARS EVE PARTY SHOW - NAT KING COLE, GEORGE BURNS, GINGER ROGERS

 

 

 

DISC 7

5/17/57 - ART CARNEY, BETTY HUTTON, BORIS KARLOFF

 

2/17/63 - BING CROSBY, AL HIRT,

 

 

 

DISC 8

3/8/59 - ELLA FITZGERALD, BETTY GRABLE

 

12/29/57 - ANN MILLER, THE DIXIE SMALL FRY, MICHEGAN STATE UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB, FRED MACMURRAY

 

 

 

DISC 9

THE CHEVY SHOW WITH HOST : JOHN RAITT WITH EDIE ADAMS, CAROL BURNETT,

 

1959 : EVE ARDEN, DICK SHAWN,

 

 

DISC 10

1959 - STEVE ALLEN, GEORGE GLOBEL, CRAIG STEVENS (PETER GUNN) , VERA ALLAN

 

1959 GARY CROSBY, ANDRE PREVIN, RAY BOLGER

 

DISC 11

ART BUCHWALD, EDDIE CONSTATINE, LIONE DAYDE, MICHEL RENAULT, CARL REINER, MARCEL MARCEAU

 

GORDON AND SHEILA MACRAE, JOEY BISHOP, CARL REINER, AUDREY MEADOWS (ALSO ON DISC 14)

 

DISC 12

DWAYNE HICKMAN, GEORGE BURNS

 

THE PIANO SHOW : LIBERACE, PETER NERO, BIG TINY LITTLE, RAY CHARLES

 

DISC 13

ART CARNEY, CHITA RIVERA, JULIE ANDREWS

 

DISC 14

3/20/59 GORDON AND SHEILA MACRAE, JOEY BISHOP, CARL REINER, AUDREY MEADOWS (ALSO ON DISC 11)

 

1/24/60 PEARL BAILEY, CARL REINER, INGEMAR JOHANSSON

 

DISC 15

SPECIAL SHOW : BLUES AND ALL THAT JAZZ : ELLA FITZGERARLD, PEREZ PRADO AND HIS ORCHESTRA, AL HIRT AND HIS GROUP, ANDY WILLIAMS

 

10/11/59 - THIS HAS TIME STAMP ON BOTTOM, DATE STAMP ON TOP - SPECIAL SHOW : OLD NEW YORK : PAT BOONE, CARL REINER, ZSA ZSA GABOR, ART CARNEY

 

DISC 16

6/25/61 HAS TIME STAMP ON BOTTOM, DATE STAMP ON TOP NANETTE FABRAY

 

3/17/63 JOAN SUTHERLAND, ELLA FITZGERALD

 

DISC 17

3 SHOWS - EARLY 1950'S --15 MINUTES EACH

 

DISC 18 -

4 SHOWS EARLY 1950'S --15 MINUTES EACH - 4/20/53, 10/8/53, 11/26/53, 12/3/53

 

 

DISC 19

5/10/59 - STEVE LAWRENCE, BOB CUMMINGS

10/4/59 - GROUCHO MARX, INGEMAR JOHANSSON, CARL REINER

 

 

DISC 20

1/18/58 AUDREY MEADOWS, EDDIE BRACKEN, LOUIS JOURDAN

2/15/59

 

 

 

DOBIE GILLIS 8 DVD 67 EPISODES..1959-1963 .menu with episode select, blk & white , excellent picture ..TV's first series centering around the lives of teenages. this set covers Dobie from the beginning in 1959 and takes you to the time he enlisted in the army with good buddy Maynard. Great fun Dobie Gillis is an average teenager living in average Central City with an average desire--girls! He lusts after many nubile women, notably Thalia Menninger. Rivals for affection include rich playboys Milton Armitage and Chatsworth Osborne, Jr. Dobie is fortunate to have loyal friends--beatnik Maynard G. Krebs and super-intelligent Zelda Gilroy, who knows Dobie is meant for herself one dayStars:Dwayne Hickman, Bob Denver and Frank Faylen

 

 

DEXTER 8 DVD SHOWTIME SERIES SEASON 4 & SEASON 5

 

 

 

DICK CAVETT SHOW 135 DVD COLLECTION

MIGHT EVENTUALLY GROW TO OVER 400 DVDS

CRYSTAL PICTURE FROM 2016/17 REBROADCASTS

TIMES VARY

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 1

6/16/68 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Lauren Bacall, Robert Vaughn, Dr. David Abrahamsen, Roy Wilkins, David Schroebrun, and F. Lee Bailey. This show aired the day after Robert Kennedy’s assassination, so the tone of the show is very somber as they discuss the previous day’s events. Recorded from an Antenna-TV rebroadcast. 2 hours. A

 

The Dick Cavette Show VOLUME 2

6/13/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest for the hour is Groucho Marx. Groucho talks about his childhood, vaudeville, censorship, his brothers, Irving Thalberg, Margaret Dumont, and sings some of his signature songs: "Lydia the Tattooed Lady", "Everybody Works But Father" and "Father's Day". 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 3

6/23/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Beverly Sills, Drew Pearson, Natalie Wood, and Pat McCormick. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 4

6/30/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Woody Allen, Joe Frazier, Julie Harris, John Hartford, and Town Wicker. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 5

6/13/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Groucho Marx. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 6

6/30/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Woody Allen, Joe Frazier, John Hartford, Julie Harris, and Tom Wicker. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 7

7/7/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Robert Downey, Gwen Verdon, Garson Kanin, and Jimi Hendrix. Gwen dances a Fosse-choreographed number that she used in an audition once, then tries to teach it to Dick. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 8

7/14/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Richard Attenborough, Patty Duke, Redd Foxx, and James J. Kilpatrick. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 9

7/18/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Janis Joplin, The Committee, and Mike Thomas. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 10

7/21/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Burt Lancaster, and Ada Louise Huxtable. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 11

8/8/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Duke Ellington and Mary McCarthy. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 30 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 12

8/12/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Nicol Williamson and Arlo Guthrie. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 13

9/5/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Groucho Marx. Recorded from a commercial DVD release. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 9/19/69, and 10/4/72). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 14

9/5/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are William Holden, Eartha Kitt, and author Rex Stout. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 15

9/5/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Groucho Marx. This is an unedited edition of an interview that originally aired on 6/13/69. The original episode was to be a half-hour because of a golf tournament that partly aired during Cavett’s timeslot. Dick announces at the start of this show, that Groucho stayed beyond the 30-minute interview and he was so funny, and only the live studio audience got to see it, they decided to air the full hour in its entirety, unedited. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 16

9/9/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Robert Young, Ralph Nader, and Jimi Hendrix. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 17

9/16/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Joan Rivers, Joe Namath, and Rep. Adam Clayton Powell. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 18

9/19/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Woody Allen, Ruth Gordon, and Gina Lollobridgida. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 19

9/19/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick Cavett welcomes guests director Woody Allen, actress Ruth Gordon and film star Gina Lollobridgida. Recorded from a commercial DVD release. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 9/5/69, and 10/4/72). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 20

12/31/69 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Bette Davis, Buck Henry, Jonathan Miller, and Pat McCormick. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 21

2/10/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Noel Coward, Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontanne, Tammy Grimes, and Brian Bedford. To honor Noel Coward on the occasion of his being knighted, Cavett interviewed not only "The Master" himself, but also his close friends, The Lunts. Tammy Grimes and Brian Bedford, who were appearing on Broadway at the time in a revival of Coward's classic play, Private Lives, performed a medley of Sir Noel's most popular songs. At one point during the interview, Cavett asked Coward, "What is the word for when one has terrific, prolific qualities?" Without missing a beat, Coward answered in a deadpan manner, "Talent", which sent Cavett and the audience into convulsions of laughter. Some generational loss. 1 hour, 11 minutes with commercials edited out. (Included as part of the "Lunts-A-Palooza" disc). A-

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 22

2/17/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Helen Gurley Brown, Little Richard, and Jim Brown. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 23

3/13/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda, Henry Fonda, Mort Sahl, Lanada Means, and Dr. Michael Ramsey. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show, "Minnie’s Boys" VOLUME 24

3/20/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick welcomes the cast of Broadway’s "Minnie’s Boys"; Shelley Winters, Lewis J. Stadlen, Daniel Fortus, Alvin Kupperman, Irwin Pearl, and Gary Raucher, and also Groucho Marx who’s story the musical is based. Lewis J. Stadlen, as Groucho, performs a monologue and sings "It’s Only A Shanty In Old Shanty Town". Oddly, Shelley doesn’t sing anything from the show, but rather she sings a WWII song called "I Didn’t Raise My Son To Be A Soldier", which she used to audition for the show. Despite all the hype and hope, the show lasted for just 80 performances on Broadway. 1 hour, complete with original commercials. Has producers counter numbers onscreen throughout. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 25

4/6/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dicks guests include Mel Brooks, Rex Reed, Mark Frechette & Daria Halprin, and Dr. Aaron Stern. Recorded from a commercial DVD release. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 10/20/71, and 11/10/71). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 26

4/9/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Paul Simon, Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Marcel Marceau, and Ellen Peck. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 27

5/14/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Orson Welles, and Jack Lemmon. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 28

5/19/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Rose Kennedy, Dizzy Dean, and Bob Thomas. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 29

5/25/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Madeline Kahn, Muhammad Ali, Norman Mailer, and Dean Jones. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 30

6/18/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Charlton Heston, Sarah Vaughan, Jim Bouton, and Michael Crichton. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 31

6/26/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Ruby Dee, George Peppard, B.B. King, and Dr. Bergan Evans. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 32

8/3/70 ~ ABC-TV

Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests Gloria Swanson, Janis Joplin, Margot Kidder and author Dave Megessey. Janis Joplin performs "My Baby" with the Full Tilt Boogie and "Half Moon". This was one of Janis Joplin’s last appearances as she died 2 months later on 10/4/70. 1 hour, 10 minutes with commercials edited out. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 33

9/14/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Orson Wells. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 34

9/23/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Liza Minnelli, Gina Lollobrigida, Paul Harvey, and Johnny Sample. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 35

9/28/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Norman Mailer. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 36

11/10/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Fred Astaire. Fred talks about his show business career, and performs a medley of his hit songs. About an hour. Commercials have been edited out. In color. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 37

11/10/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Fred Astaire. Scenes from some of Fred's movies are shown and he sings songs which were highlights of his career. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 38

2/4/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Danny Kaye, Julie Newmar, Dr. Michael DeBakey, and Bill Monahan. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 39

2/10/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Sally Field, Maximillian Schell, Duke Ellington, and Dr. Jack Oliver. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 40

2/11/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Lillian Gish, Salvador Dali, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Julius Baker, and Satchel Paige. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 41

2/14/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Danny Kaye, Julie Newmar, Jack Barry, and Nora Ephram. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 42

12/17/70 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Billy Graham, Arthur Penn, Chief Dan George, R.V. Cassill, and Mandy Rice-Davies. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 43

2/22/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Louis Armstrong, Kaye Ballard, Jack Berry, and Nora Ephron. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 44

2/25/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Sammy Davis Jr., Anissa Jones (from Family Affair, and Garrick Ohlsson. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 45

3/9/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Lucie Arnaz, and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 46

3/22/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are John Carradine, Billie Jean King, Kerry Melville, and William Magruder. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 47

4/16/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Lady Bird Johnson, Harriet Van Horne, and John Guare. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 48

4/29/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Robert Mitchum. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 49

5/11/71 ~ ABC-TV

From London, Dick’s guests are Laurence Harvey, Nicol Williamson, Adrienne Corri, and Eddie Chapman. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 50

5/25/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Groucho Marx, Truman Capote, and Jim Fowler. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 51

5/25/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick's guests are Groucho Marx, Truman Capote and zoologist Jim Fowler. From a commercially released compilation, with an introduction by Dick Cavett. Bonus features include a November 20, 1966 appearance on Ed Sullivan, and a Dick Cavett Show promotion from May 25, 1971. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 2/21/74 and The Dick Cavett Show 1/27/73.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 52

6/29/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Kirk Douglas. Recorded from an Antenna-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 53

7/13/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Dr. Daniel Ellsberg. Dr. Daniel Ellsberg is an American activist and former United States military analyst who, while employed by the RAND Corporation, precipitated a national political controversy in 1971 when he released the Pentagon Papers, a top-secret Pentagon study of U.S. government decision-making in relation to the Vietnam War, to The New York Times and other newspapers. Ellsberg was charged under the Espionage Act of 1917 along with other charges of theft and conspiracy, carrying a total maximum sentence of 115 years. Due to governmental misconduct and illegal evidence gathering, all charges against Ellsberg were dismissed on May 11, 1973. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 54

7/22/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Roger Moore, Chuck McCann, Big Mama Thorton, and Saul Alinsky. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 55

8/2/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Ingmar Bergman, and Bibi Andersson. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 56

8/12/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Dizzy Gillespie, Evel Knievel, and Averell Harriman. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 57

9/11/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s only guests are John Lennon and Yoko Ono. John Lennon and Yoko Ono's two visits to The Dick Cavett Show stand out from their numerous television appearances as their most relaxed, in-depth interviews. Clearly they enjoyed being with Cavett. The September 11, 1971, show is notable as the first American television interview John gave after the breakup of The Beatles. So comfortable were the Lennons that after the show was over they continued talking with Cavett. The additional portions of that first interview were shown as part of The Dick Cavett Show on September 24, 1971. During that visit they'd discussed coming back and giving a live performance. True to their word, for their appearance on Cavett's show on May 11, 1972, they returned with Elephants Memory and each sang one song (see listing below). Commercials have been edited out. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show, 9/24/71). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 58

9/16/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Vida Blue, Bob Feller, Milt Kamen, and Robert Altman. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 59

9/24/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dicks guests include John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Stan Freburg. "Stan Freberg, longtime voice actor and ad man, spends his time complaining (comically?) about how he had previously been "bumped" from an appearance because of the Lennons. He also insists upon frequently interrupting the other in-studio guest, Robert Citron, Director of the Smithsonian Institute of Short-Lived Phenomena. The segments with Lennon and Yoko, culled from the 9/8/71 taping, include Yoko's explanation of "bagism," the infamous "Week in Bed," and a Q&A with the audience. Of particular note and curiosity, during the Q&A segment a fellow seated in the upper deck, longhaired and bearded and asking a question pertaining to peaceful vs. violent revolution, shockingly resembles the vagrant who wandered into Lennon's London estate believing John was speaking directly to him through his songs. (The confrontation between the two is captured in the documentary Imagine John Lennon). It has not yet been confirmed whether this is actually the same fellow". Commercials have been edited out. (Also included on the disc: 9/11/71). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 60

10/8/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Milton Berle, Dinah Shore, and Tuesday Weld. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 61

10/13/71 ~ ABC-TV

RARE! Dick welcomes guest Fred Astaire as the only guest for this episode. Fred at the time was reluctant to do talk shows, as he "didn’t like to talk about the past". But he admitted he enjoyed speaking with Cavett on an earlier interview that aired in 1970, so he agreed to do this second interview. Fred sings "I Won’t Dance", "Something’s Gotta Give", "And One More For The Road", and "Funny Face", and "I’m Putting All My Eggs In One Basket". He also attempts to teach Dick a dance. About an hour and 10 minutes, with commercials edited out. Some generational loss. B+

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 62

10/15/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests is Charlton Heston. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 63

10/20/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick Cavett, with guest Woody Allen. Recorded from a commercial DVD release. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 4/6/70, and 11/10/71). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 64

10/29/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dicks guests are George Bush (who was Ambassador to the United Nations at the time), Edmund Muskie, Gloria Swanson, and Vincent Carey. Recording from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 65

11/10/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick Cavett, with guest Bill Cosby. Recorded from a commercial DVD release. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 4/6/70, and 10/21/71). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 66

11/5/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Sid Caesar, Robert Shaw, Jack Klugman, and Florence Henderson. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 67

11/17/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick interviews legendary actress Bette Davis. The two-time Oscar winner reads a scene (with Dick) from "Dark Victory" (1939) and sings, "They're Either Too Young or Too Old" and "Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte". Reflecting on a 43 year career, Miss Davis comments on notables like Errol Flynn ("He thought I was a fool for working so hard") and Greta Garbo ("It's my dying ambition to meet her") and recites her favorite line: "I'd love to kiss you, but I just washed my hair." Recorded from a special rebroadcast airing on TCM in 2006. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 68

11/17/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Bette Davis. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 69

11/23/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are George Harrison, Ravi Shankar, and Gary Wright And The Wonderwheel. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 70

11/25/71 ~ ABC-TV

RARE! Airing as a special edition of The Dick Cavett Show on Thanksgiving night 1971, Dick Cavett devotes the entire episode of his show to Jim Henson and his Muppets. Throughout the interview, Jim introduces a variety of Muppet characters and talks about many aspects of the Muppets, including their construction and operation and their use on the educational program, Sesame Street. At points in the interview, Henson is joined by Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Caroll Spinney, Don Sahlin, and Kermit Love. The interview is interspersed with Muppet skits and clips from multiple Henson productions. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. (This was only repeated once the following Thanksgiving, but the show was edited to just an hour at that time). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 71

12/7/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Carol Burnett, Carroll O’Conner, and Burt Reynolds. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 72

12/10/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 73

12/15/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are George Burns, The Smothers Brothers, Adelle Davis. From a commercially released compilation, with an introduction by Dick Cavett. Bonus features includes Dick Cavett Backstage, and two promos that aired on February 21, 1973 and December 15, 1971. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 2/21/73, and The Dick Cavett Show 3/7/74.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 74

12/17/71 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Governor Ronald Regan, Bob Newhart, and James Wong Howe. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 75

1/21/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Mel Brooks, Frank Capra, Robert Altman, and Peter Bogdanovich. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 76

1/26/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Jackie Robinson, George Plimpton, Dr. Daniel Fader. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 77

2/2/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Valerie Harper, Dr. Edward Teller, and Dr. Paul Weiss. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 78

2/9/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Diahann Carroll, Zero Mostel, and Dr. David Hubbard. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 79

2/10/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Michael Caine, Bill Russell, and Philippe Cousteau. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 80

2/11/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Liza Minnelli, Robert Klein, Pete Seeger, and Gale Sayers. Liza is on to promote Cabaret. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 81

2/23/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Milton Berle, Phyllis Diller, and Lawrence Welk. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 82

3/31/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Mort Sahl, B.B. King, Don Meredith, and Veruschka von Lehndorff. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 83

4/19/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Henry Fonda, Deborah Kerr, Sandy Duncan, and Alexander Cohen. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 84

4/28/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Ethel Waters, Gore Vidal, Robert Klein, and Willie Mosconi. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 85

5/5/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Shirley Temple Black. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 86

5/11/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dicks guests are Shirley MacLaine, and John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Shirley MacLaine was on to promote the film "The Possession of Joel Delaney". Its interesting to hear Shirley talk about the film’s subject matter –the occult and how she doesn’t believe in that stuff—but "a lot of people take it very seriously." (This was obviously several years prior to her ‘Out on a Limb’ phase). Most of her conversation is about how she has been devoting most of her time and energy to campaigning to get a politician nominated to run for President. ABC did not want her to mention the name of the candidate which Dick and Shirley make fun of. They do wind up mentioning George McGovern’s name several times. Shirley stays on stage as John and Yoko are introduced. John Lennon discusses the deportation case against him and claims that his phone has been tapped by the FBI. Lennon's deportation case was eventually overturned by the New York Supreme Court in 1975. Commercials have been edited out. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show, 7/9/73). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 87

5/11/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and Shirley MacLaine. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 88

5/17/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Woody Allen, Muhammad Ali, Cloris Leachman, and Ann Welbourne. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 89

5/26/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Melba Moore, Don Knotts, and Jackie Stewart. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 90

6/6/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Jackie Robinson, Joan Baez, Jack Douglas, and John Harris. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 91

6/8/72 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest is Alfred Hitchcock. Dick Cavett spends 90 minutes with legendary film director Alfred Hitchcock in a 1972 interview. Hitch discusses cinema, his life and career, and explains how he pulled off some "ingenious" special effects in his movies. He also discusses actors, screen violence and how he enjoys watching an audience "dipping their toe in the cold water of fear." Included are clips from his films "Psycho," "The Birds" and "Frenzy." Recorded from a TCM rebroadcast. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 92

6/8/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock talks cinema, his life and career, and explains how he pulled off some "ingenious" special effects in his movies. He also discusses actors, screen violence, and how he enjoys watching an audience "dipping their toes in the cold water of fear". Included are clips from "Psycho", "The Birds", and "Frenzy". Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 93

6/14/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are William Holden, Sammy Davis Jr., and Judith Crist. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 94

6/22/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Art Carney, Alexis Smith, Clement Freud, and Tommy Thompson. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 95

8/31/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Art Carney, Barbara Barrie, Clement Freud, and Seals And Crofts. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 96

9/19/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Muhammad Ali, Cleo Laine, and Richard Kleindienst. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 97

9/27/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Helen Hayes, Anita Loos, Orson Bean, and Dr. Walter Larger. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast.1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 98

10/4/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick Cavett with guest Bob Hope. Recorded from a commercial DVD release. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 9/5/69, and 9/19/69). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 99

10/4/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Bob Hope. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 100

7/19/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Rod Serling, Arthur C. Clarke, and Cassie Mackin. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 101

7/19/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Harry Belafonte, and Sidney Poitier. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 102

10/3/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Richard Attenborough, Charles Bronson, Lana Cantrell, and Jill Ireland. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 103

10/10/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Anthony Quinn, Sally Struthers, and Ike and Tina Turner. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 104

11/1/72 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Warren Beatty. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 105

1/22/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Oriana Fallaci, and John Foreman. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 106

4/16/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Muhammad Ali, Jean Stapleton, Elliot Roosevelt (son of President Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt), and James Brough. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 107

1/27/73 ~ ABC-TV

Jerry Lewis. From a commercially released compilation, with an introduction by Dick Cavett. Bonus features include a November 20, 1966 appearance on Ed Sullivan, and a Dick Cavett Show promotion from May 25, 1971. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 5/25/71 and The Dick Cavett Show 2/21/74.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 108

2/19/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Ethel Merman, Agnes Moorhead, Robert Citron, and The Harlem Globetrotters. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 109

2/21/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Jack Benny, Bill Cosby, Joe Frazier. From a commercially released compilation, with an introduction by Dick Cavett. Bonus features includes Dick Cavett Backstage, and two promos that aired on February 21, 1973 and December 15, 1971. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 12/15/71, and The Dick Cavett Show 3/7/74.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 110

6/12/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Marlon Brando, and Native Americans Sam Cagey, Dr. Wallace Heath, Dennis Limberhand, and Mervin Wright. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 111

8/6/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Norman Mailer. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 112

7/9/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Ray Charles, John Lindsay, and Dr. Samuel Rosen. This was Charles' last appearance on the show and it started, oddly enough, with a fire engine siren during Cavett's monologue (not the first time you can hear a fire truck during this set). Cavett's first interview is with then-New York City Mayor John Lindsey where they discuss, both seriously and in jest, the Nixon White House (this was shortly after the release of Nixon's infamous "Enemies List"). Charles performs "I Feel So Bad" and "Born To Lose" and the two slowly draw out some suspense before performing "Am I Blue" yet again. Charles resumes a previous discussion on the lack of sound quality on television programming, followed by a discussion with Dr. Samuel Rosen, who was responsible for a medical procedure that involved hearing restoration. The segment was a little cryptic for whatever reason. Charles asks some questions about hearing loss because unknown to many, Charles felt that he was losing his hearing, which was moderately surprising. Commercials have been edited out. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show, 5/11/72). A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 113

8/1/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Sens Howard Baker (R-TN), Daniel Inouye (D-HI), Herman Talmadge (D-GA), and Lowell Weiker (R-CT). The interviews are conducted in the Senate Caucus Room. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 114

10/2/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Katherine Hepburn. Katherine was notorious for her unwillingness to grant interviews. When the Cavett Show contacted her to do an interview she agreed she’d come in and look around and check it out, but nothing was guaranteed. She came into the studio and checked out the lights, the cameras, the chairs, the temperature, she pronounced the carpet ugly and proceeded to find a table that was heavier and more suitable for her to put her feet up. Then she surprised everyone when she said they should just do the interview at that time. No one was in makeup, and there was no audience, but of course they jumped at the chance fearing she might change her mind and not come back. At the beginning is footage that she allowed to be showed when she didn’t even realize the cameras were rolling as she was checking the set out. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 115

10/4/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Kirk Douglas, Dudley Moore, and Peter Cook. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 116

10/31/73 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are former Teamster’s president Jimmy Hoffa, lawyer Melvin Belli and author Charles Ashman. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 117

1/17/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Muhammad Ali and Joe Frasier. Filmed in their respective training camps prior to their heavyweight match at Madison Square Garden. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 118

2/21/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Carol Burnett. At the time of this interview The Carol Burnett Show was in the middle of it’s remarkable 11-year run. Carol talks about her show and her family life. She also sings two songs with Dick ("A Fine Romance" and "Two Sleepy People"). Dick Cavette said that this was one of his top 10 favorite shows ever. Commercials have been edited out. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 119

1/17/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are Muhammad Ali, and Joe Frazier in their only face to face meeting before their much hyped rematch, and discuss the aftermath of their first fight: Ali: "I went to the hospital for 10 minutes. You went for a month." Frazier: "I was resting." Ali: "That shows how dumb you are. See how ignorant you are?" Frazier, after losing the fight on points: "I won that fight. It was a mug job." Also appearing are fighters Eddie Jones, Felix Parnes, and Walter Youngblood. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. (Also included on the disc: Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports: Marciano vs. Walcott, 5/15/63). A-

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 120

2/21/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Carol Burnett. From a commercially released compilation, with an introduction by Dick Cavett. Bonus features include a November 20, 1966 appearance on Ed Sullivan, and a Dick Cavett Show promotion from May 25, 1971. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 5/25/71 and The Dick Cavett Show 1/27/73.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 121

3/7/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Lucille Ball. Lucy talks about some of her favorite episodes of I Love Lucy and looks at a couple of classic clips from the show in addition to introducing a clip from her current film, Mame. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 122

3/7/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Lucille Ball. From a commercially released compilation, with an introduction by Dick Cavett. Bonus features includes Dick Cavett Backstage, and two promos that aired on February 21, 1973 and December 15, 1971. (Also included on the disc: The Dick Cavett Show 2/21/73, and The Dick Cavett Show 12/15/71.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 123

10/16/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Walter Cronkite. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 124

11/14/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guest is Dick Van Dyke. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 90 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 125

12/15/74 ~ ABC-TV

Dick’s guests are David Bowie and Roy Dotrice. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 126

1977 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest is Gwen Verdon and The American Dance Machine. Cavett discusses with Verdon her thoughts on dance, and the evolution of the Broadway musical. Verdon, who at the time was married to Fosse, performs excerpts from classic choreographers: Jack Cole, Michael Kidd, Agnes deMille, Fosse, and Jerome Robbins. Really this is more than just an interview, as it incorporates Gwen demonstrating dance styles along with The American Dance Machine dancers. This disc includes both episodes from a two-part interview. Very interesting. A-

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 127

1977 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest for this half hour is Hollywood agent and deal maker Swifty Lazar. A-

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 128

1977 ~ PBS-TV

This disc contains 4 episodes (two 2-part episodes) with actor John Gielgud. Each episode is 30 minutes. A-

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 129

10/31/77 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest for this half hour episode is Woody Allen. One of Woody’s rare television appearances. (Also included on the disc: The Hollywood Musicals, 4/79, and The Tonight Show 5/18/79.) A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 130

12/8/77 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest is Colleen Dewhurst. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 30 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 131

1/30/78 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest is Charles Schulz. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 30 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 132

2/7/78 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest is Art Garfunkel. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 30 minutes. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 133

2/21/78 & 2/22/78 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest for this two-part interview is Joseph L. Mankiewicz. Both 30 minute episodes are included. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 134

2/24/78 & 2/25/78 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guests are Carl Bernstein, John Dean, and Joseph DiMona. The topic is Watergate. This was a two-part interview airing over two nights. Both episodes are included on this DVD. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 1 hour. A

 

The Dick Cavett Show VOLUME 135

3/1/78 ~ PBS-TV

Dick’s guest is Eartha Kitt. Recorded from a Decades-TV rebroadcast. 30 minutes. A

 

 

DICK EMERY 1 DVD THE DICK EMERY SHOW 1973 UK TV..6..episodes ..menu with show select, from the very best of 1973, ..excellent / crystal picture

 

 

DICK POWELL SHOW / DICK POWELL THEATER 5 DVD RARE! 1961-1963 menu with show select, blk & white, vg with slight grain . Dick Powell served as host and, in early shows at least, occasional star in this dramatic anthology. This hour long series always featured top name stars and often in roles unique to them, like the dramatic appearance of Milton Berle. It was also the series that first introduced the show in which Powell starred as Adam Burke in the pilot for BURKE'S LAW. Unfortunately it was a short lived series as because Powell developed deadly cancer in his last season; many episodes were hosted by guest hosts like Frank Sinatra, Henry Fonda and many other stars who came in as a tribute to this great star. It was his last television series and contained his last filmed acting. The quality of this very rare set varies but most episodes are good to excellent... and a few are slightly below par but more then watchable. EPISODES: THREE SOLDIERS (stars Telly Savalas as a newcomer to TV); A TIME TO DIE (stars Dick Powell, Edgar Bergen, John Saxon, June Allison, Tuesday Weld, Andy Williams); COLOSSUS (stars William Shatner and Robert Brown); THE LEGEND (stars Dick Powell and Sammy Davis Jr); EVERYBODY LOVES SWEENEY (stars Mickey Rooney); GOODBYE HANNAH (stars Dick Powell and Carolyn Jones); DOYLE AGAINST THE HOUSE (stars Milton Berle); THE PRISON (Stars Charles Boyer, Theodore Bikel); TISSUE OF HATE (stars Henry Fonda, Polly Bergen, Gloria Vanderbilt); OBITUARY FOR MR X (stars Steve Cochran, Gary Merrill, Dina Merrill, Nancy (Reagan) Davis & John Ireland); PRICE OF TOMATOES (stars Peter Falk and Inger Stevens); LAST OF THE PRIVATE EYES (stars Eddie Rochester Anderson, William Bendix, Sebastian Cabot, Macdonald Carey, Jeanne Crain, Jay Flippen, William Lundigan, Janis Paige, Arnold Stang & Keenan Wynn); RUN TILL IT'S DARK (Stars Tuesday Weld & Fabian); THE LOSERS (stars Rosemary Clooney, Lee Marvin, Keenan Wynn); RAGE OF SILENCE (stars Peter Falk, Carol Lynley); TOMORROW THE MAN (stars Eli Wallach, Kim Hunter); OUT OF THE NIGHT (Stars Dick Powell); WHO KILLED JULIE GREER (stars Dick Powell, Nick Adams, Ralph Bellamy, Edgar Bergen, Lloyd Bridges, Jack Carson, Carolyn Jones, Ronald Reagan and Mickey Rooney); SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT (stars Dick Powell, June Allyson, Edgar Bergen, Frances Bergen, Jackie Cooper, Lloyd Noland, Mickey Rooney and Barbara Stanwyck); PROJECT X.

 

 

DINAH SHORE - THE DINAH! SHOW 28 DVD --28 EPISODES MOST FROM 70'S

 

DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW - 20 DVD - 42 EPISODES- FROM 1950'S

 

 

 

Dinah’s Place

9/9/70 ~ NBC-TV

Dinah Shore with special guest Frank Sinatra. Frank and Dinah start the show off by cooking a marinara sauce, then chat and sing at the table as they enjoy their cooking. They sing "They Can’t Take That Away From Me". Commercials have been edited out. About 30 minutes. A-

 

 

 

Dinah!, Salute To Broadway

3/12/75

Dinah Shore, with Ethel Merman, Jack Cassidy, Robert Morse, Michelle Lee, and Phil Silvers. During the first segment, the guests discuss working on Broadway, and their various shows. Ethel sings a medley of her songs, Robert sings "I Believe In You", Jack sings, "She Loves Me", Michele sings "Nobody Does It Like Me" from "Seesaw", then they all join in for "There's No Business Like Show Business". Commercials have been edited out. Some generational loss. B

 

 

 

Dinah!

7/23/75

Dinah Shore, with guests Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, and the Carter family "The Tennessee Three". About 1 hour. Commercials have been edited out. A-

 

 

 

Dinah! Tribute to Liza Minnelli

9/24/75 ~ CBS-TV

Dina Shore, with Liza Minnelli, John Kander & Fred Ebb, Chita Rivera. Fred Ebb sings "Liza With A Z" complete with the accompanying dialogue, which is pretty funny. "Lucky Lady" from the movie of the same name is introduced here for the first time. Liza also sings "Sing Happy" from Flora The Red Menace with Dinah and Fred. Dinah sings Kander & Ebb’s "The Coloring Book". Chita Rivera surprises Liza while performing "Nowadays" from Chicago, and joins her to finish the song. Chita performs "How Lucky Can You Get" from Funny Lady. Liza sings "Maybe This Time", and the panel of guests finish up with a melody of songs from Chicago and Cabaret. Disc also includes two promos that were filmed for the show. Commercials have been edited out. A-

 

 

 

Dinah!

11/12/75

Dinah Shore, with guests Bing Crosby, Pat Boone, and Phil Harris. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

11/17/75

From New York, Dinah's guests are Yul Brynner, Ethel Merman, Robert Preston, Dick Cavett and New York City Mayor Abraham Bearne. Among the topics of discussion are Yul Brynner’s upcoming musical "Home Sweet Homer" (which just lasted 1 night), also some interesting stories on getting The King And I ready for Broadway. Dinah and Yul sing "Shall We Dance?", Ethel sings "Ridin’ High" from her 1936 Cole Porter’s Broadway show "Red Hot And Blue", and "There’s No Business Like Show Business", Dinah and Dick sing a version of "Makin’ Whoopee" with different lyrics to represent Broadway. The show ran for 90 minutes, but only the last 49 minutes are included on the DVD, complete with original commercials. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

2/26/76

Dinah salutes Broadway musicals with guests Ethel Merman, Phil Silvers, Robert Morse, Jack Cassidy, and Michele Lee. Highlights: --Robert sings "I Believe In You". --Jack sings "She Loves Me". --Phil sings "Make Someone Happy". --Ethel sings, "Everything’s Coming Up Roses". --Michele sings "Nobody Does It Like Me" from See Saw and "Tonight" from West Side Story. --All join in for "There's No Business Like Show Business". The color is a little over-saturated, but nothing too bad. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

3/11/76

Dinah’s guests are Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz, Tommy Boyce, and Bobby Hart (DJBH). DJBH was formed after an unsuccessful attempt to reunite the Monkees. Peter Tork and Michael Nesmith couldn’t come to an agreement with their former bandmates, but there still was a market for their sound, so rather than abandon the idea for a concert tour, Boyce and Hart were called in to substitute. (Boyce and Hart had written many of the songs performed by The Monkees, and also sang backup-although they never got credit). The foursome was known as DJBH, and toured as "The Great Golden Hits of The Monkees - The Guys Who Wrote 'Em and the Guys Who Sang 'Em". The group made its first public appearance on July 4, 1975 at Six Flags Old Glory Amphitheatre in St. Louis, Missouri, and by March 1977, Dolenz, Jones, Boyce & Hart had disbanded. Not the complete show-just DJBH’s segments. 25 minutes. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

5/21/76

Dinah Shore and guest co-host Joey Bishop welcome guests Lynn Anderson, Peter Strauss, Richard Anderson, and magician Harry Blackstone Jr. Musical Highlights: Lynn sings "All the King's Horses". Joey sings "Your Cheatin' Heart". Lynn, Joey and Dinah sing "Daddy Sang Bass". Producer’s copy, has black space holders where the commercials would have been inserted. 90 minutes. (Also included on the disc: The Dinah Shore Chevy Show, 1/24/60). A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

5/13/77

Dinah Shore salutes "Father Knows Best" with cast Robert Young, Jane Wyatt, Billy Gray and Lauren Chapin. Other guests include singer-actress Florence Henderson and Opera singer Shirley Verrett. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. A

 

 

 

 

Dinah! And The Ladies Who Took Home The Oscar

6/3/77

"50th Anniversary Salute To The Oscars". Dinah’s guests are Olivia de Havilland, Shelly Winters, Shirley Jones and Eva Marie Saint and film historian Robert Osborne author of "Academy Awards Illustrated". Dinah sings a medley of movie theme songs, including "Never on Sunday" and "I'm Easy." Commercials have been edited out. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

7/5/77

Dinah salutes Bob Hope as he promotes his book "Bob Hope: The Road To Hollywood". Guests include Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Rosemary Clooney, Jane Russell, Rhonda Fleming, and Dorothy Lamour. Dinah sings "I Can’t Get Started", and Bob and Jane duet on "Seems Like Old Times". 44 minutes, with commercials edited out. (Also included on the disc: The Columbia Picture’s 50th Anniversary Special, 5/1/75). A

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

7/20/77

"In Honor Of Bette Davis". Dinah’s guests are Bette Davis, Robert Wagner, Jane Fonda and Peter Strauss. Dinah is so excited to finally have Bette on the show, she has decorated the set with Bette’s favorite flowers-daisies. Bette arrives on set… looks around, and proclaims "what a dump!" At one point Bette very badly lip-syncs (or as she says "goes along with") the song "I Wish You Love" (which she called "I Give You Love", until corrected by Dinah) from her LP released in 1975. 45 minutes, with commercials edited out. Some generational loss, and a tracking scar along the bottom of the picture. B-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

11/17/77

Dinah Shore, with guests Lucille Ball, Elizabeth Taylor, Ella Fitzgerald, and Beverly Sills. "A Salute To First Ladies In The Entertainment Arts" is the theme for this episode. Musical Highlights: --Ella sings, "I'm Beginning to See the Light"; --Beverly sings, "Italian Street"; --Ella and Dinah sing a medley of "I Got Rhythm" and "Buttons and Bows". Elizabeth Taylor is in a taped piece from her home in Washington D.C., the second part of the interview aired the following day. Commercials have been edited out. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah! "And The Group From Grease"

1978 ~ ABC-TV

Dinah Shore, Olivia Newton John, Jeff Conaway, Didi Conn, Eve Arden, Frankie Avalon. Dinah welcomes the cast of the movie Grease. Seems to be missing the first segment, which was "totally devoted" to Olivia Newton John. But the rest of the show is intact with original commercials. A

 

 

 

 

Dinah! "Remembering Jack Benny"

5/78

Dinah Shore, with Mary Livingstone Benny, Phil Harris, Rich Little, Anne Murray. The majority of this episode is dedicated to the memory of Jack Benny with his wife and some of his celebrity friends. Missing the last 9 minutes of the show. With original commercials. (Also included on the disc: Tomorrow with Tom Snyder, 4/4/78. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

7/24/78

Dinah’s guests are Joan Rivers, Madeline Kahn, Rhonda Fleming, and Elizabeth Ashley. 46 minutes, with commercials edited out. (Also included on the disc: The Tonight Show, 7/25/78). A

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

9/27/78

"Salute To All In The Family". Dinah’s guests are Carol O’Conner, Jean Stapleton, President Jimmy Carter, Daniel Brisebois, and Norman Lear. Also Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, and Bette Davis who were in Washington D.C. for the installation of the All In The Family exhibit at the Smithsonian Institute. Jean sings a song called "Something Lovely" which was written for a musical which was never produced. The song was written by Gerry Mulligan and Judy Holliday. This isn’t the complete show-just mostly the parts with Jean Stapleton and Carol O’Conner. 27 minutes. No commercials. (Also included on the disc: Time & Again: All In The Family, 2/8/00). A

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

11/27/78

Dinah's guests are singer-dancer-actor Fred Astaire, actresses Helen Hayes and Raquel Welch and from Washington, D.C., legendary actress Bette Davis and First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Also: Father William Wasson, who does social work in Mexico and Mexican poet Lupe Manzenares. Seems to be missing the first minute or so. 47 minutes, with commercials edited out. A

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

12/5/78

Dinah's guests are Andy Williams, Loni Anderson, Fred Travalena, Art Buchwald, and Hollywood agent Irving "Swifty" Lazar. Andy sings "Oliver's Song". Occasional tracking scars along bottom of picture. 90 minutes, complete with original commercials. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah

3/8/79

Dinah Shore welcomes guests Fred Astaire, Helen Hayes and Raquel Welch who discuss their new TV movie "A Family Upside Down." There's also a taped piece with Bette Davis (sitting in for Dinah) interviewing Rosalynn Carter at the White House. Missing the first few minutes of the show. Complete with original commercials. (Also included on the disc: Dolly And Carol In Nashville.) A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

4/23/79

Dinah’s guests for this "Mr. & Mrs." themed episode are Bob Barker and his wife Dorothy Jo Barker, Vic Tayback and his wife Sheila Tayback, and Lou Ferrigno and his wife Susan Ferrigno. Also appearing is beauty expert Sunny Griffin. Dinah sings "I Believe In Love". 51 minutes, with commercials edited out. A

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

5/3/79

Filmed in the Ziegfeld Room at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Dinah’s guests are Don Rickles, Phyllis Diller, Anson Williams, disco singer Amii Stewart and the acrobatic Jabczynski Troupe. Highlights: --Amii sings "Knock on Wood" and "Light My Fire". --Anson performs "My Sweet Lady". --Dinah sings "You Needed Me." 1 hour, complete with original commercials. (Also included on the disc: The Tonight Show, 5/2/79). A-

 

 

 

 

 

Dinah

5/29/79

Dinah Shore, Jean Peters, Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Diahann Carroll, Jane Russell. The woman sit down to discuss the "glamour" in their lives. Also, fashion designer Bill Trevine shows off his glamorous new fashion line. Complete with original commercials. (Also included on the disc: Presenting Susan Anton 5/10/79) A

 

 

 

 

 

Dinah! And Friends

10/1/79

Dinah’s co-host is Charles Nelson Riley, with guests from the film "10", and include Julie Andrews, Dudley Moore, Henry Mancini, and Blake Edwards. Julie sings "He Pleases Me", and "It’s Easy To Say" (with Dudley Moore). (Also included on the disc: Larry King Live, 12/24/92). A-

 

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

12/6/79

Dinah and co-host Fernando Lamas welcome guests Gil Gerard, Valerie Harper, radio personality Ken Minyard, female body builder Charonne Carpentier, novelist Michael Korda author of "Charmed Lives" and musical group Hiroshima. Horoshima sings "Long Time Love". 1 hour, complete with original commercials. A-

 

 

 

 

Dinah!

11/30/79

Dinah and co-host Don Rickles welcome guests musical group Hiroshima, radio personality Ken Minyard. Highlights: --Dinah and Don perform "Bluebird of Happiness". --Hiroshima performs "Hiroshima". 46 minutes, with commercials edited out. A

 

 

 

 

Dinah Shore, A Special Conversation

9/23/91 ~ TNN-TV

Dinah Shore with Tennessee Ernie Ford's last interview. (He died less than a month later on 10/17/91.) Complete with original commercials. (Also included on the disc: The Wogan Show, 1987, BBC-TV) A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW 20 DVD - 1950'S 42 EPISODES - BLK & WHITE, MENU WITH SHOW SELECT - VARIOUS SPONSORS LIKE THE CHEVY SHOW OR S&H GREEN STAMPS, PICTURE VARIES - MOST ARE VG PICTURE - MOST ARE APPROX 60 MIN

 

NOT ALL GUESTS / DATES LISTED BELOW

 

 

 

DISC 1

MARGE AND GOWER CHAMPION, STUBBY KAYE, JOHNNY SILVER, THE SKYLARKS AND DEAN MARTIN

 

 

DISC 2

ART CARNEY AND PERY COMO, STUBBY KAYE, THE SKYLARKS

 

 

DISC 3

JOEY BISHOP, THE DUNHILLS, DEAN MARTIN, THE SKYLARKS

 

 

DISC 4

ERNIE KOVACS, EDIE ADAMS, LOUIS PRIMA, KEELY SMITH, GEORGE MONTGOMERY

 

 

DISC 5

SPECIAL SHOW ITALY THEMED / VARIOUS GUESTS - DOMEìNICO MODUGNO, ARMANDO TROVAJOLI, ROSSANO BRAZZI

 

 

 

DISC 6

12/29/61 - NEW YEARS EVE PARTY SHOW - NAT KING COLE, GEORGE BURNS, GINGER ROGERS

 

 

 

DISC 7

5/17/57 - ART CARNEY, BETTY HUTTON, BORIS KARLOFF

 

2/17/63 - BING CROSBY, AL HIRT,

 

 

 

DISC 8

3/8/59 - ELLA FITZGERALD, BETTY GRABLE

 

12/29/57 - ANN MILLER, THE DIXIE SMALL FRY, MICHEGAN STATE UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB, FRED MACMURRAY

 

 

 

DISC 9

THE CHEVY SHOW WITH HOST : JOHN RAITT WITH EDIE ADAMS, CAROL BURNETT,

 

1959 : EVE ARDEN, DICK SHAWN,

 

 

DISC 10

1959 - STEVE ALLEN, GEORGE GLOBEL, CRAIG STEVENS (PETER GUNN) , VERA ALLAN

 

1959 GARY CROSBY, ANDRE PREVIN, RAY BOLGER

 

DISC 11

ART BUCHWALD, EDDIE CONSTATINE, LIONE DAYDE, MICHEL RENAULT, CARL REINER, MARCEL MARCEAU

 

GORDON AND SHEILA MACRAE, JOEY BISHOP, CARL REINER, AUDREY MEADOWS (ALSO ON DISC 14)

 

DISC 12

DWAYNE HICKMAN, GEORGE BURNS

 

THE PIANO SHOW : LIBERACE, PETER NERO, BIG TINY LITTLE, RAY CHARLES

 

DISC 13

ART CARNEY, CHITA RIVERA, JULIE ANDREWS

 

DISC 14

3/20/59 GORDON AND SHEILA MACRAE, JOEY BISHOP, CARL REINER, AUDREY MEADOWS (ALSO ON DISC 11)

 

1/24/60 PEARL BAILEY, CARL REINER, INGEMAR JOHANSSON

 

DISC 15

SPECIAL SHOW : BLUES AND ALL THAT JAZZ : ELLA FITZGERARLD, PEREZ PRADO AND HIS ORCHESTRA, AL HIRT AND HIS GROUP, ANDY WILLIAMS

 

10/11/59 - THIS HAS TIME STAMP ON BOTTOM, DATE STAMP ON TOP - SPECIAL SHOW : OLD NEW YORK : PAT BOONE, CARL REINER, ZSA ZSA GABOR, ART CARNEY

 

DISC 16

6/25/61 HAS TIME STAMP ON BOTTOM, DATE STAMP ON TOP NANETTE FABRAY

 

3/17/63 JOAN SUTHERLAND, ELLA FITZGERALD

 

DISC 17

3 SHOWS - EARLY 1950'S --15 MINUTES EACH

 

DISC 18 -

4 SHOWS EARLY 1950'S --15 MINUTES EACH - 4/20/53, 10/8/53, 11/26/53, 12/3/53

 

 

DISC 19

5/10/59 - STEVE LAWRENCE, BOB CUMMINGS

10/4/59 - GROUCHO MARX, INGEMAR JOHANSSON, CARL REINER

 

 

DISC 20

1/18/58 AUDREY MEADOWS, EDDIE BRACKEN, LOUIS JOURDAN

2/15/59

 

 

DISNEY

 

WALT DISNEY'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY 135 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION --

 

1st SIX SEASONS COMPLETE, 1954 - 1959 aside from four episodes not avail 88, 107, 113, 117

 

BLK & WHITE, SHARP & CRISP OR COLOR - DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS! DISNEY CODES: WI = Walt Disney Intro; Splice = Spliced from 2 sources; No WI = No Walt Disney Intro; Partial = Not a full episode; Edit = Some editing of the episode takes place.

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 1 10/27/1954 01-02 Disneyland Story [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 2 11/3/1954 01-02 Alice In Wonderland [WI+Movie, splice]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 3 11/10/1954 01-03 Prairie & Seal Island [WI, splice]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 4 11/17/1954 01-04 Donald Duck Story [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 5 11/24/1954 01-05 So Dear To My Heart [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 6 12/1/1954 01-06 Story Of Dogs [WI, partial]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 7 12/8/1954 01-07 Operation Undersea [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 8 12/15/1954 01-08 Davy Crockett - Indian Fighter [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 9 12/22/1954 01-09 Present For Donald [No WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 10 12/29/1954 01-10 Cameras In Africa & Beaver Valley [WI, splice]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 11 1/5/1955 01-11 Treasure Island [Movie]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 12 1/19/1955 01-13 Monsters Of The Deep [WI, partial]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 13 1/26/1955 01-14 Davy Crockett Goes To Congress [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 14 2/2/1955 01-15 Wind In The Willows [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 15 2/9/1955 01-16 Progress Report & Nature's Half Acre [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 16 2/16/1955 01-17 Cavalcade Of Songs [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 17 2/23/1955 01-18 Davy Crockett At The Alamo [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 18 3/2/1955 01-19 From Aesop To Hans Christian Andersen [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 19 3/9/1955 01-20 Man In Space [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 20 7/13/1955 01-21 Pre-Opening Report From Disneyland & A Tribute To Mickey Mouse [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 21 9/14/1955 02-01 Dumbo [WI+Movie, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 22 9/21/1955 02-02 Behind The True-Life Cameras & The Olympic Elk [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 23 9/28/1955 02-03 Jiminy Cricket Presents Bongo [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 24 10/12/1955 02-05 Adventures Of MM [aka. Mickey's Greatest Adventures] [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 25 10/19/1955 02-06 Story Of The Silly Symphony [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 26 10/26/1955 02-07 Legend Of Sleepy Hollow [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 27 11/2/1955 02-08 Story Of Robin Hood [Movie]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 28 11/16/1955 02-10 Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 29 11/30/1955 02-11 Story Of The Animated Drawing [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 30 12/7/1955 02-12 Goofy Success Story [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 31 12/14/1955 02-13 Davy Crockett & The River Pirates [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 32 12/28/1955 02-14 Man & The Moon [aka. Tomorrow The Moon] [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 33 1/4/1956 02-15 When Knighthood Was In Flower [aka. The Sword & The Rose] [Movie]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 34 1/18/1956 02-17 Tribute To Joel Chandler Harris [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 35 2/1/1956 02-18 Day In The Life Of Donald Duck [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 36 2/8/1956 02-19 Survival In Nature [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 37 2/15/1956 02-20 Our Unsung Villains [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 38 2/29/1956 02-21 Trip Thru Adventureland & Water Birds [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 39 3/7/1956 02-22 On Vacation (With Mickey Mouse & Friends) [No WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 40 3/14/1956 02-23 Stormy, The Thoroughbred With An Inferiority Complex [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 41 3/21/1956 02-24 Goofy Sports Story [No WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 42 4/4/1956 02-25 Where Do The Stories Come From [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 43 5/30/1956 02-26 Behind The Scenes With Fess Parker [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 44 9/19/1956 03-02 Great Cat Family [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 45 9/26/1956 03-03 Searching For Nature's Mysteries [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 46 10/3/1956 03-04 Rob Roy [Movie]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 47 10/17/1956 03-06 Goofy's Cavalcade Of Sports [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 48 10/24/1956 03-07 Behind The Cameras In Lapland & The Alaskan Eskimo [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 49 10/31/1956 03-08 Plausible Impossible [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 50 11/7/1956 03-09 Cameras In Samoa & Holland Story [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 51 11/14/1956 03-10 Along The Oregon Trail [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 52 11/21/1956 03-11 At Home With Donald Duck [aka. Happy Birthday DD] [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 53 12/12/1956 03-12 Pluto's Day [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 54 1/16/1957 03-13 Your Host - Donald Duck [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 55 1/23/1957 03-14 Our Friend The Atom [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 56 1/30/1957 03-15 All About Magic [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 57 2/13/1957 03-16 Tricks Of Our Trade [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 58 2/27/1957 03-17 Crisler Story & Prowlers Of The Everglades [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 59 3/6/1957 03-18 Man In Flight [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 60 3/20/1957 03-19 Adventure Story [aka. The Goofy Adventure Story] [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 61 3/27/1957 03-20 Donald's Award [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 62 4/3/1957 03-21 Disneyland The Park & Pecos Bill [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 63 4/17/1957 03-23 More About The Silly Symphonies [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 64 7/24/1957 03-24 Yellowstone Story & Bear Country [WI, edit]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 65 7/31/1957 03-25 Liberty Story [WI]

 

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 66 8/14/1957 03-26 Antarctica - Operation Deepfreeze [WI]

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 67 9/11/1957 04-01 Fourth Anniversary

Show [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 68 9/18/1957 04-02 Four Fabulous Characters [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 69 9/25/1957 04-03 Adventure In Wildwood Heart [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 70 10/2/1957 04-04 Saga Of Andy Burnett (P1) - Andy's Initiation [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 71 10/9/1957 04-05 Saga Of Andy Burnett (P2) - Andy's First Chore [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 72 10/16/1957 04-06 Saga Of Andy Burnett (P3) - Andy's Love Affair [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 73 10/23/1957 04-07 Duck For Hire [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 74 11/6/1957 04-08 Adventures In Fantasy [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 75 11/13/1957 04-09 To The South Pole For Science [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 76 11/20/1957 04-10 Best Doggoned Dog In The World [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 77 11/27/1957 04-11 How To Relax [WI, edit]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 78 12/4/1957 04-12 Mars & Beyond [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 79 12/11/1957 04-13 Horse Of The West [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 80 1/8/1958 04-15 Saludos Amigos [Movie]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 81 1/15/1958 04-16 Donald's Weekend [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 82 1/22/1958 04-17 Littlest Outlaw [Movie]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 83 2/26/1958 04-19 Saga Of Andy Burnett (P4) - Land Of Enemies [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 84 3/5/1958 04-20 Saga Of Andy Burnett (P5) - White Man's Medicine [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 85 3/12/1958 04-21 Saga Of Andy Burnett (P6) - Big Council [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 86 3/19/1958 04-22 Magic & Music [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 87 4/9/1958 04-23 Adventure In The Magic Kingdom [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 88 4/16/1958 04-24 Four Tales On A Mouse [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 89 4/30/1958 04-25 Adventure In Art [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 90 5/14/1958 04-26 Magic Highway, U.S.A. [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 91 10/3/1958 05-01 Elfego Baca (P01) - Nine Lives Of Elfego Baca [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 92 10/10/1958 05-02 Pigeon That Worked A Miracle [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 93 10/17/1958 05-03 Elfego Baca (P02) - Four Down & Five Lives To Go [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 94 10/24/1958 05-04 Rusty & The Falcon [No WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 95 10/31/1958 05-05 Texas John Slaughter (P01) - Tales Of Texas John Slaughter [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 96 11/7/1958 05-06 His Majesty, The King Of Beasts [aka. The African Lion] [Movie]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 97 11/14/1958 05-07 Texas John Slaughter (P02) - Ambush At Laredo [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 98 11/21/1958 05-08 Johnny Tremain (P1) [The Boston Tea Party] [WI, edit]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 99 11/28/1958 05-09 Elfego Baca (P03) - Lawman Or Gunman [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 100 12/5/1958 05-10 Johnny Tremain (P2) [Shot Heard Around The World] [WI, edit]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 101 12/12/1958 05-11 Elfego Baca (P04) - Law & Order, Incorporated [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 102 12/19/1958 05-12 From All Of Us To All Of You #1 [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 103 1/9/1959 05-13 Texas John Slaughter (P03) - Killers From Kansas [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 104 1/23/1959 05-15 Texas John Slaughter (P04) - Showdown At Sandoval [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 105 1/30/1959 05-16 Peter Tchaikovsky Story [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 106 2/6/1959 05-17 Elfego Baca (P05) - Attorney At Law [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 107 2/13/1959 05-18 Duck Flies Coop [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 108 2/20/1959 05-19 Elfego Baca (P06) - Griswold Murder [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 109 2/27/1959 05-20 Adventures Of Chip 'n Dale [No WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 110 3/6/1959 05-21 Texas John Slaughter (P05) - Man From Bitter Creek [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 111 3/13/1959 05-22 Highway To Trouble [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 112 3/20/1959 05-23 Texas John Slaughter (P06) - Slaughter Trail [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 113 3/27/1959 05-24 Toot, Whistle, Plunk & Boom [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 114 4/24/1959 05-25 Wetback Hound [Movie]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 115 5/29/1959 05-26 I Captured The King Of The Leprechauns [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 116 10/2/1959 06-01 Moochie Of The Little League [No WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 117 10/16/1959 06-03 Killers Of The High Country [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 118 10/23/1959 06-04 Swamp Fox (P1) - Birth Of The Swamp Fox [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 119 10/30/1959 06-05 Swamp Fox (P2) - Brother Against Brother [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 120 11/6/1959 06-06 Perilous Assignment [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 121 11/13/1959 06-07 Elfego Baca (P07) - Move Along Mustangers [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 122 11/20/1959 06-08 Elfego Baca (P08) - Mustang Man, Mustang Maid [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 123 12/4/1959 06-10 Texas John Slaughter (P07) - Robber Stallion [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 124 12/11/1959 06-11 Texas John Slaughter (P07a) - Wild Horse Revenge [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 125 12/18/1959 06-12 Texas John Slaughter (P08) - Range War At Tombstone [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 126 1/1/1960 06-13 Swamp Fox (P3) - Tory Vengeance [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 127 1/8/1960 06-14 Swamp Fox (P4) - Day Of Reckoning [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 128 1/15/1960 06-15 Swamp Fox (P5) - Redcoat Strategy [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 129 1/22/1960 06-16 Swamp Fox (P6) - Case Of Treason [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 130 1/29/1960 06-17 Wild Burro Of The West [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 131 2/5/1960 06-18 Two Happy Amigos [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 132 2/12/1960 06-19 Texas John Slaughter (P09) - Desperado From Tombstone [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 133 2/19/1960 06-20 Texas John Slaughter (P10) - Apache Friendship [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 134 2/26/1960 06-21 Texas John Slaughter (P11) - Kentucky Gunslick [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 135 3/4/1960 06-22 Texas John Slaughter (P12) - Geronimo's Revenge [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 136 3/11/1960 06-23 This Is Your Life - Donald Duck [No WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 137 3/18/1960 06-24 Elfego Baca (P09) - Friendly Enemies At Law [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 138 3/25/1960 06-25 Elfego Baca (P10) - Gus Tomlin Is Dead [WI]

 

 

 

DISNEY ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 139 4/1/1960 06-26 Mad Hermit Of Chimney Butte [WI]

 

 

 

 

 

DISNEY MISC / THIS IS YOUR LIFE 3 DVD ---menu with select option --the following content is on 3 dvds

 

This is your life (all 30 mins)

1954:Mack Sennett

1972:Peggy Lee

1973:Morey Amsterdam

 

Disney

1977:this is your life Donald duck (1 hr)

1978:mixed nuts (1 hr)

1982:Donald and Jose Ole (90 mins)

1986:Walt Disney world 15th birthday celebration (2 hrs)

1986 syndicated rerun of the absent minded professor (2 hrs)

1987 syndicated rerun of the million dollar duck(2 hrs)

1989:Mickey's happy Valentine's special (1 hr)

 

 

DUSTBIN MEN 3 DVD - UK TV COMEDY SERIES 1969-1970 --menu with episode select, crisp picture, blk & white , DISC 1 Season 1 6 eps, DISC 2 Season 2 7 eps -DISC 3 Season 3 7 eps

 

 

EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE 4 DVD

GEORGE C. SCOTT 1963 > 20 OUT OF 26 EPISODES


Like so many short lived TV series this was praised and highly acclaimed but unfortunately it only survived one season. The dramatic presentation the problems of the big city were realistic and gritty and starred George C. Scott & Cicely Tyson.

Neil Brock (played by GEORGE C SCOTT) is a social worker in the slums of New York City; his boss is Frieda Hechlinger (Wilzabeth Wiloson); and Jane Foster (Cicely Tyson) is the office secretary. This dramatic series features stories about child abuse, drug abuse, rip-offs of the welfare system, crime, etc., i.e., all of the problems of the inner city.

SOMETHING FOR THE GIRLS
I BEFORE E
IT’S WAR MAN
DON’T GROW OLD
AGE OF CONSENT
CAN’T BEAT THE SYSTEM
NOTHING BUT HALF TRUTH
598 DRESS
THE GIVERS
WHERE’S HARRY?
MY CHILD ON MONDAY MORNING
THE STREET
PASSION OF THE NICKEL PLAYER
WHO DO YOU KILL?
ONE DRINK AT A TIME
BEATNICK AND THE POLITICAL
NO WINGS AT ALL
CREEPS LIVE HERE
NO HIDING PLACE
HERE TODAY

 

THE EDSEL SHOW 1 DVD Frank Sinatra - Bing Crosby 10/13/57

 

 

ED SULLIVAN SHOW

54 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION

MOST DISC ARE FULL SHOWS (EXCEPT THE 9 DVD SET) --MANY HAVE ORIGINAL COMMERCIALS --SOME DISCS HAVE MULTIPLE SHOWS

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 1/22/50 Joey Adams, Paul Draper, Les Compagnons de Chansons - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 1/29/50 Dinah Shore, Vic Damone - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 8/9/53 Polly Bergen, Jimmy Boyd, Burt Lancaster - complete show w/ads

 

 

ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 8/23/53 Demarco Sisters, Mickey Dees, Joe E.Brown, Ray Anthony, 1953 Fairmont, W.Va. Pony League Champs - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 9/20/53 Gene Autrey, John Raitt, Delores Grey, Anna Rusell - complete show w/ads

 

ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 8/21/55 Rosalind Russell, Eddie Albert, Tony Bennett - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 10/21/56 Jack Paar, Rita Hayworth, Jack Lemmon - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 12/2/56 Rosemary Clooney, Sophie Tucker - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 5/26/57 Jack Webb, Ink Spots - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 9/8/57 Paul Anka, Jimmie Rodgers - complete show w/ads ...plus misc clips

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 9/15/57 The Andrews Sisters, Billy Ward and the Dominos, The Look Magazine All American baseball team - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 12/1/57 Buddy Holly and the Crickets first appearance, Sam Cooke, Douglas Fairbanks - complete show w/ads .....PLUS 1/26/58 Buddy Holly and the Crickets 2nd appearance, Jimmie Rodgers, Ted Lewis - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 5/4/58 The Chordettes, David Seville, Wayne & Shuster, Lillian Roth - complete show w/ads ...,.

 


1 DVD 5/22/58 10th Anniversary show - complete show w/ads...PLUS 10/18/64

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 9/21/58 Jackie Gleason, Wayne and Shuster, Mickey Rooney - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 11/2/58 Carol Lawrence - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 11/20/60 Jerry Lewis, Connie Francis - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 7/28/61 Mickey Rooney, Danny Thomas, The McGuire Sisters - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 10/8/61 Live from Berlin Louis Armstrong, Connie Francis - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 8/12/62 Burt Lancaster, Dion, Diahann Carroll - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 3/24/63 Barbra Streisand, Chubby Checker, Woody Herman - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 5/31/64 Dave Clark 5, Bill Cosby - complete show w/ads ..PLUS 2/25/70

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 6/28/64 Frank Sinatra, Connie Francis 16th Anniversary Show - no ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 10/11/64 Roy Orbison, Connie Francis, Liza Minelli (Edited)

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 2/14/65 Dave Clark 5, Rowan & Martin, Steve Lawrence, Victor Borge - complete show w/ads

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD 11/16/69 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Moms Mabley, Carol Lawrence, Jack Carter - complete show w/ads=

 


1 DVD 12/1/57 & 1/26/58 BOTH WITH BUDDY HOLLY... Season 11, Episode 10, 12/1/57: Buddy Holly and the Crickets, Sam Cooke, Bobby Helms; Music: --Buddy Holly and the Crickets - "That'll Be the Day" and "Peggy Sue." --Sam Cooke sings "You Send Me" and "For Sentimental Reasons." --The Rays - "Silhouettes." --Bobby Helms - "My Special Angel." --Polly Bergen sings "Mean To Me" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes." --Ray McKinley & the Glenn Miller Orchestra (with guest singers) - perform a medley (please see Recap for songs). Comedy: --Jean Carroll (comedian) Dance: --Martha Ann Bentley (ballerina, dressed as a jockey) --Tony And Sally Demarco - couple dances to "White Christmas." Also appearing: --Douglas Fairbanks (actor) - appears in a comedy sketch and, later in show, recites the Rudyard Kipling poem "If." --The Colliers All American Football Team (General Mills) - Ed Sullivan introduces the individual players (see Recap) and coach Lefty James; Season 11, Episode 18 – 1/26/1958: Buddy Holly & the Crickets (2nd appearance) /Jimmie Rodgers / Ted Lewis; --Buddy Holly and the Crickets (their 2nd Sullivan appearance) – "Oh Boy" (performed towards end of show) --Jimmie Rodgers - "Oh, Oh, I'm Falling In Love" and "Long, Hot Summer" --Ted Lewis - "Steppin' Out With A Memory," "K-K-K-Katy" (with Eddie Chester and Beverly Marshall) and "Tiger Rag" --Joyce Grenfell (comedian doing a nursery school routine) --Billy Myles - "The Joker" --Andre Moon & his Puppets - 8 Dancing Puppets --Japanese film actresses Hediko Takimini, Shiro Kido (approximate spellings) and other Japanese female stars appear in recognition of Japanese Film Week. --Duke University Glee Club - "Prayer" & "Alma Mater" --Wally Griffin (stand-up comedian) --Gartner and Landry (judo) --Kovach & Rabovski (jazz / ballet) --Japanese Dance Group - Japanese dancers and singer appear in production numbers at the beginning and end of show;

 


1 DVD 11/20/60 Season 14, Episode 7... Connie Francis, Jerry Lewis, Sophie Tucker, Ford and Reynolds, Bert Wheeler: Music: --Connie Francis sings "Many Tears Ago" and "Mom-E-Le (Mother Dear)" (Jewish song). --The Ferreira Brothers (four musicians from Columbia) - "To No Me Quieres Mas." --The Kim Sisters (vocal-instrumental trio from Korea) - routine includes a Korean song, an Al Jolson medley, and "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?" --Sophie Tucker does a routine titled "Staying Young" (aka "Being in the Business of Staying Young"). Comedy: --Jerry Lewis (movie comedian in his first Sullivan appearance since 1948) - does an 8 minute routine which includes giving Ed some pointers on how to be a more personable host. --Bert Wheeler and Tom Dillon (comedy team) - Wheeler plays a mother in a comedy sketch. --Ford and Reynolds (comedy team of Frankie Ford and Gary Reynolds) Also appearing: --The Marquis Chimps (Gene Detroy's trained animal act) August 27, 1961 repeat (new segments edited into 27Aug1961 rerun): --Peter Palmer sings "I'm Sitting on Top of the World." --The Wazzan Troupe (Moroccan tumblers) --Necker's Leaping Dalmations;

 

 

1 DVD 10/8/61 Season 15, Episode 4... Louis Armstrong, Connie Francis, Maureen O'Hara: Taped at West Berlin's Sportspalast Music: --Maureen O'Hara sings "Hello, Young Lovers" --Louis Armstrong & his orchestra - "Sleepy Time Down South," "Royal Garden Blues," "Hussar Gussar" & "When the Saints Go Marching In." --Van Cliburn (pianist) - "Polonaise" by Chopin. --Connie Francis - medley: "Stupid Cupid," "Among My Souvenirs," "Lipstick on Your Collar," "Who's Sorry Now" and "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" --Connie Francis - "Where the Boys Are" (sings to soldiers in audience) and "Schöner Fremder Mann" (in German). Comedy: --Rowan & Martin (comedy team) - Rowan interviews Martin, an American tourist visiting Germany. --Bob Lewis (comic magician) Also appearing: --The Bluebell Girls (chorus line, taped in Paris, France) - "Can Can Dance?" --Enrique del Rey (juggler) Audience bows: Generals Albert Watson, Fred Hartel;

 

 

1 DVD 8/12/62 Season 15, Episode 44... Dion, Burt Lancaster, Diahann Carroll, Abbe Lane: Guests: --Burt Lancaster (actor) - shows clips from his film "Birdman of Alcatraz" --Dion - "It Ain't Necessarily So" & "Lover Come Back to Me" --Diahann Carroll (singer, from Broadway's "No Strings") - "Love Walked In" & "Poor Little Rich Girl" --Xavier Cugat (orchestra leader) and Abbe Lane - "Malaguena Salerosa" --Abbe Lane (wife of Xavier Cugat) - "Mon Manege a Moi" --Xavier Cugat with dancers Augie and Margo - "El Cumbanchero" --Will Jordan (comedian-impressionist) --Marie Wilson (comedian) --The Bertinis (a bicycle act);

 

 

1 DVD 3/24/63 Season 16, Episode 25... Barbra Streisand, Chubby Checker, Woody Herman, Totie Fields: Music: --Barbra Streisand - "Cry Me a River." --Chubby Checker - "Peanut Vendor" & limbo medley: "Let's Limbo Some More" and "Limbo Rock" (Chubby does the limbo on stage.) --Woody Herman & his band - "Caledonia" and, later in show, "The Girl Upstairs" (with the Hugh Lambert dancers). Comedy: --Morecambe & Wise (British comedy team) - Judo self defense routine. --Totie Fields (stand-up comedian wearing tutu)--Dave Madden (stand-up routine) - tells jokes about going to the doctor & heath (while smoking a cigarette throughout the routine). --Tommy Cooper (comedian, performing tricks) --Joy Kaye (clown act & pantomime) Also appearing: --Saddri Dancers (comedy dance team) --Spencer Trio (acrobatic-balance act) --Audience bows: Ann-Margret, Jesse Pearson;

 

 


1 DVD 6/28/64 Season 17, Episode 38... Connie Francis, Frank Sinatra, Bobby Vinton, Ferrante & Teicher: Music: --Frank Sinatra sings "My Kind of Town," introduces a clip from "Robin and the Seven Hoods," and presents Ed with an anniversary cake. --Connie Francis sings "Will You Still Be Mine?" "Mala Femmena," "Looking for Love" (with film clip from movie) and "I Found Myself A Guy" (last song with Frank Sinatra cameo). --Bobby Vinton - "Tell Me Why" & "Mama Don't Allow" and a medley of instrumental songs ("Hava Nagila," "Poinciana" & "When The Saints Go Marching In"). --Ferrante & Teicher (pianist duo) - theme from "Seventh Dawn." --Joan Holloway - "Puttin' On My Top Hat" (production number with dancers) --The Sidewinders (barbershop quartet) - "Me and My Gal" Comedy: --Jerry Shane (comedian) - routine about domestic life. --Allan Drake (comedian) - compares growing up today with his upbringing. Also appearing: --The Banihan Dancers (Filipino dance group);

 

 

1 DVD 10/11/64 Season 18, Episode 3... Connie Francis (edit), Roy Orbison, Juliet Prowse, The Harlem Globetrotters + odds: Music: --Roy Orbison - "Oh, Pretty Woman" --Connie Francis sings a Ball Park medley: "On The Sidewalks Of New York," "Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis" and "Take Me Out To The Ball Game." --Connie Francis also sings "My Man" and a medley of 1930s songs: "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone" and "After You've Gone." --Jean Paul Vignon (French pop singer) Dance: --Juliet Prowse Comedy: --The Harlem Globetrotters --George Kirby (comedian) - does impressions including Sammy Davis Jr. --Allen & Rossi (comedy team) --Jean Carroll (stand-up comedian) - tells jokes about her husband & daughter. Also appearing: --The Youngs (circus act) - performers do jumps using a teeterboard. CBS repeated this show on July 4, 1965;

 

 

1 DVD 11/16/69 Season 23, Episode 8... Creedence Clearwater Revival, M Mabley, C Lawrence, J Carter: Music: --Creedence Clearwater Revival - "Fortunate Son" & "Down on the Corner." --Jerry Lee Lewis - "You Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye," "Great Balls of Fire," "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On" and "What'd I Say?" --Douglas Fairbanks Jr. - "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face" (from "My Fair Lady") and "Let a Woman in Your Life." --Carol Lawrence - "Chicago" (changes from the Old West through the 1960's) --Karen Wyman - "Baby It's You" & "What's Out There?" Comedy: --Moms Mabley (stand-up monologue) - topics include her preference for younger men, and her opinions of old men. --Jack Carter (stand-up routine) - jokes about flying, Spiro Agnew, and his own mother. Also appearing: --Edward Villella & Patricia McBride - ballet dance to "To Love Is Blue." --Audience bows: Carl Reiner, Julius LaRosa, Bill Leary; =

 

 


1 DVD 9/9/56 Season 9, Episode 51... Elvis Presley (1st appearance) / Charles Laughton / Dorothy Sarnoff: Elvis Presley (1st appearance) - "Don't be Cruel" (with the Jordanaires), "Love Me Tender," "Ready Teddy" and "Hound Dog." --Charles Laughton (guest host) - reads limericks, poems & does stand-up comedy routine titled "Little Girl And Wolf" (about the sadistic side of Little Red Riding Hood). --Dorothy Sarnoff - sings "Something Wonderful" (in a scene from the "King And I") --Amru Sani (female singer from India wearing traditional Indian clothes) - "I'm In The Mood For Love" and "My Bolero" --The Vagabonds (novelty quartet) - "The Queens Ruler," "I Wonder" & "How You Gonna Keep Em' Down on the Farm," followed by comedy routine. --Conn And Mann (duo tap dances to "Tea For Two") --Amin Brothers (acrobats);

 

 

1 DVD 10/28/56 Season 10, Episode 6... Elvis Presley (2nd appearance) / Senior Wences / Joyce Grenfell: --Elvis Presley (2nd appearance) - "Don't Be Cruel," "Love Me Tender," "Love Me" (with the Jordanaires) and "Hound Dog" (with the Jordanaires). Other guests: --Senor Wences - ventriloquist with Pedro (head in box) and Johnny (hand puppet) --Joyce Grenfell (comedian) - sings "Countess of Cotlet" --Scene from Broadway show "The Most Happy Fella" (including songs "Happy to Make Your Acquaintence" and "Big D") --Little Gaelic Singers (children's chorus from Ireland) - "Dancin' Song," "Dandlin Song" and "Believe Me" --Unus - Circus act in top hat & cape (introduced by Scampi - little boy in top hat) Audience bows: Robert Webb; Earl Wilson; DJs from Ottawa;

 

 

1 DVD 1/6/57 Season 10, Episode 16... Elvis Presley (3rd appearance) / Carol Burnett / Sugar Ray Robinson: --Elvis Presley (3rd appearance) - "Hound Dog," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Love Me Tender," "Don't Be Cruel," "Too Much," "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again" and "Peace in the Valley." Other guests: --Carol Burnett (stand-up comedy) - re: different types of singers at auditions: a nervous girl singing "Paper Moon" & an overly confident woman singing "I Feel A Song Coming On." --Sugar Ray Robinson (interviewed by Sullivan after losing title fight, in jest Ed shows him how to box) --Arthur Worlsey (British ventriloquist) - dummy recites the alphabet --Lonnie Satin - "I Believe" (from "Cotton Club") --Leny Eversong (singer, from Brazil) - "El Cumbanchero" and "Cante Afre Cubano" (powerful gutsy singer) --Nancy Crompton (dancer, does hyper ballet) --The Six Gutis (Clowns & Men In Gorillas Suits) --Bory & Bor (sight gag - a man is wearing a costume which makes him looks like 2 people dancing) Audience bows: Don Budge; Jackie Robinson (newly retired); Gene Ward; Jimmy Lannon;

 

 

1 DVD ED SULLIVAN ALL STAR COMEDY REVIEW ..120 minutes, color and blk and white, vg picture, slight grain in parts hosted by Mary Tyler Moore. Mary introduces classic stand-up appearances from The Ed Sullivan Show by legendary comedians George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Flip Wilson, Rodney Dangerfield, Jackie Mason, Henny Youngman, Jackie Vernon, Phyllis Diller, Bob Lewis, Alan King, Victor Borge, Joan Rivers, Carol Burnett, Milton Berle, and many others!

 

 

9 DVD ROCK AND ROLL CLASSICS....full menu with catagory (rb greats, legends of soul, sound of the cities, fabulous females etc etc ) then song select....excellent / crystal picture & sound....With a total of 144 songs (including repeats) and well over 500 minutes of playing time whose nine discs each contain between 12 and 19 performances, truly is, as host Ed Sullivan famously said, "a really big show." With some 20 songs between them, the two most important rock acts of the 20th century, Elvis Presley and the Beatles, both of whom received huge career boosts from the Sullivan show (garnering a reported 80 percent audience share and 70 million viewers, respectively), are well represented; so are other genres, like Motown and '60s rock.....

 

 


DISC 1: R & B GREATS: The Ike & Tina Turner Revue-"Proud Mary", Stevie Wonder -"Fingertips, Pt 2", James Brown-"Please, Please" and "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag", The Temptations-"I Can't Get Next To You"; LEGENDS OF SOUL: Stevie Wonder-"For Once In My Life", Marvin Gaye-"Take This Heart Of Mine", The 5th Dimension-"Up, Up and Away", Smokey Robinson & The Miracles-"I Second That Emotion", Jackie Wilson -"Lonely Teardrops; SOUNDS OF THE CITIES: The Ike & Tina Turner Revue-"Bold Soul Sister", James Brown-"It's A Man's, Man's World", Gladys Knight & The Pips-"I Heard It Through The Grapevine", Sam & Dave-"I Thank You"; FABULOUS FEMALES: The Supremes-"You Can't Hurry Love", Dusty Springfield-"Son-Of-A-Preacher Man", Gladys Knight & The Pips-"If I Were Your Woman, Janis Joplin-"Raise Your Hand", Diana Ross & The Supremes -"Love Child";

 

 

DISC 2: TOP HITS OF 1968: Gary Puckett & The Union Gap -"Lady Willpower", Tommy James & The Shondells -"Mony Mony", Chambers Brothers-"Time Has Come Today", The Beach Boys-"Do It Again", Spanky & Our Gang-"Like To Get To Know You", Tom Jones-"Delilah"; TOP HITS OF 1969: Smith-"Baby It's You", Oliver-"Jean", Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge-"Worst That Could Happen", The 5th Dimension -"Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In", Creedence Clearwater Revival -"Proud Mary"; TOP HITS OF 1970: BJ Thomas -"Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head", Jackson Five-"I Want You Back", The 5th Dimension-"One Less Bell To Answer", The Carpenters-"We've Only Just Begun", Diana Ross & The Supremes-"Someday We'll Be Together", Jackson Five-"The Love You Save"; DISCOGRAPHIES: The Beach Boys, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Carpenters, The Supremes, Jackson Five;

 

 

DISC 3: THE BAD BOYS OF ROCK 'N ROLL: The Rolling Stones-"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, The Animals -"Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood", The Animals-"Bring It On Home To Me", James Brown -"Papa's Got A Brand New Bag" and "I Feel Good", Bo Diddley-"Bo Diddley", Jerry Lee Lewis-"Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On"; GONE TOO SOON: Janis Joplin -"Maybe, Maybe, Maybe", Elvis Presley-"Peace In The Valley", Buddy Holly-"Oh Boy!", The Mamas & The Papas-"Words of Love", Bobby Darin-"Mack The Knife", Karen Carpenter/The Carpenters -"We've Only Just Begun"; LENNON & McCARTNEY SONGBOOK: The Beatles-"Ticket To Ride", Peter & Gordon-"I Don't Want To See You Again", Bobby Rydell-"World Without Love", Billy J Kramer-"Bad To Me", Petula Clark-"Fool On The Hill", Smokey Robinson & The Miracles-"Yesterday"; GREAT GROUPS: The Beatles-"Help", The Bee Gees-"Words", The Byrds-"Mr. Tambourine Man", Four Tops-"It's All In The Game", The Temptations-(medley)"My Girl/I Know I'm Losing You";

 

 

DISC 4: ELVIS PRESLEY: "Don't Be Cruel", "Ready Teddy", "Hound Dog", "Too Much", "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again", "Peace In The Valley"; MOVE TO THE MUSIC: Beatles-"Twist And Shout", Jerry Lee Lewis-"Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On", Martha And The Vandella's -"Dancing In The Streets", Jackie Wilson -"That's Why (I Love You So)", Jay & The Techniques-"Keep The Ball Rollin'", Freddie & The Dreamers -"Do The Freddie", Sly & The Family Stone-"Dance To The Music; DISCOGRAPHIES: Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sly & The Family Stone;

 

 


DISC 5: THE TEMPTATIONS: "Don't Look Back", "September In The Rain", "You've Made Me So Very Happy", "Run Away Child, Running Wild", "I Can't Get Next To You", "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me); THE SUPREMES: "Come See About Me", "Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart", "I'm Living In Shame", "Forever Came Today", "No Matter What Sign You Are", "Up The Ladder To The Roof"; DISCOGRAPHIES: The Temptations, The Supremes; DISC 6: CLASSIC LOVE SONGS: The Mamas And The Papas-"Dedicated To The One I Love", Little Anthony & The Imperials-"Hurt So Bad", The Carpenters-"Close To You", Smokey Robinson & The Miracles-"Yesterday", The Beatles-"From Me To You", Elvis Presley-"Love Me Tender"; ROCK 'N ROLL LOVE SONGS: The Beatles-"She Loves You", The 5th Dimension-"Wedding Bell Blues", Lulu-"To Sir With Love", Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge-"Worst That Could Happen", Jackie Wilson-"Night", Little Anthony & The Imperials-"Tears On My Pillow/Hurt So Bad"; TEEN IDOLS: Elvis Presley-"Ready Teddy", Jackie Wilson-"Lonely Teardrops", Dino, Desi & Billy-"Not The Lovin' Kind", Tom Jones-"It's Not Unusual", Paul Anka-"Diana", Bobby Darin-"Dream Lover"; DISCOGRAPHIES: The Mamas And The Papas, The Carpenters, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Paul Anka, Bobby Darin;

 

 

DISC 7: SAN FRANCISCO SCENE: Jefferson Airplane -"Crown Of Creation", Santana -"Persuasion", Janis Joplin-"Raise Your Hand", Creedence Clearwater Revival-"Down On The Corner", Sly & The Family Stone-"Everyday People" and "Dance To The Music"; SMASH HITS OF THE SIXTIES: The Beatles-"I Want To Hold Your Hand", The Beach Boys-"I Get Around", The Mamas And The Papas-"Monday Monday" and "California Dreamin'", The Four Seasons -"Big Girls Don't Cry", Petula Clark-"Downtown", Tommy James & The Shondells-"Crimson & Clover"; PSYCHEDELIC SIXTIES: The Doors-"Light My Fire", Jefferson Airplane-"Crown Of Creation", Steppenwolf -"Born To Be Wild" and "Magic Carpet Ride", Vanilla Fudge -"You Keep Me Hangin' On", Temptations -"Psychedelic Shack"; DISCOGRAPHIES: Santana, Janis Joplin, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Sly & The Family Stone, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Mamas And The Papas, The Doors, The Temptations;

 

 

DISC 8: ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME: Elvis Presley-"Don't Be Cruel", The Beatles-"All My Loving", The Beach Boys-"Wendy", The Doors-"Light My Fire", Creedence Clearwater Revival-"Fortunate Son", James Brown-"It's A Man's Man's World"; ROCK LEGEND'S, VOLUME 1: Elvis Presley-"Hound Dog", James Brown-"Papa's Got A Brand New Bag", Jerry Lee Lewis-"What'd I Say", Buddy Holly & The Crickets-"Peggy Sue", Fats Domino -"Blueberry Hill", Bo Diddley-"Bo Diddley", Elvis Presley-"Don't Be Cruel"; ROCK LEGEND'S, VOLUME 2: Elvis Presley-"Too Much", Buddy Holly & The Crickets -"That'll Be The Day", James Brown-"Prisoner Of Love", Marvin Gaye-"Take This Heart Of Mine", Fats Domino -"Let The Four Winds Blow", Jackie Wilson-"I'm Comin' On Back To You"; DISCOGRAPHIES: Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Doors, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino, Bo Diddley, Marvin Gaye;

 

 


DISC 9: ROCK 'N ROLL CLASSICS, VOLUME 1: The Beatles-"She Loves You", The Animals-"We Gotta Get Out Of This Place", Herman's Hermit's-"Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter", The Rolling Stones -"Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow", The Searchers-"Needles And Pins", Gerry & The Pacemakers-"Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying", The Animals-"House Of The Rising Sun"; ROCK 'N ROLL CLASSICS, VOLUME 2: The Beatles-"I Want To Hold Your Hand", The Rolling Stones-"Time Is On My Side", Herman's Hermit's-"Just A Little Bit Better", The Animals-"Shake", Gerry & The Pacemakers-"Ferry Across The Mersey", Freddie & The Dreamers-"I'm Telling You Now"; DISCOGRAPHIES: The Beatles, The Animals, The Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits; RARE INTERVIEW OF ED SULLIVAN AND HIS WIFE, SYLVIA; PHOTO GALLERY; INTERVIEW WITH "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW" DIRECTOR, JOHN MOFFITT.

 

 


1 DVD - "UNRELEASED" FOOTAGE COMPILATION DVD...100 minutes..excellent picture...mix of color and black & white........Featuring: Nancy Sinatra (Strangers in the Night), Bo Diddley, Rolling Stones (Have You Seen Your Mother)The Jackson 5 (Stand), Gerry & the Pacemakers (Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’, I’m The One)Patti Page (If I Had A Hammer), The Beatles (I Wanna Hold Your Hand)Lesley Gore (Could Have Danced All Night), The Supremes (6 song medley of hits)Rick Nelson (Your Kind of Lovin’, Fire Breathin’ Dragon), Petula Clark (My Love), The Everly Brothers (Bye Bye Love, Mama Tried, All I Have To Do Is Dream), Beach Boys (I Get Around,Wendy), Jackie DeShannon (Put A Little Love, Is Anybody Going That Way?), Bernadette Peters (Look For The Silver Lining), Glen Yarborough (Baby the Rain Must Fall), Creedence Clearwater Revival (Willie & the Poor Boys), The Byrds (Mr. Tambourine Man), Hank Williams, Jr.(age 14, singing a medley of dad’s hits), The Angels (My Boyfriend’s Back), Jack Jones (Call Me Irresponsible), The Turtles (Happy Together,She’s My Girl), Animals (Crying,House of Rising Sun,Don’t Let Me Down), The Rascals (Mickey’s Monkey,Lonely Too Long)

 

 


ED SULLIVAN SHOW 1 DVD DATE? GUEST FRANK SINATRA , CONNIE FRANCES AND BOBBY VINTON PLUS ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW 1971 WITH GUESTS BOBBY GENTRY, DON RICKLES, TONY RUE AND NEW SEEKERS

 

 

BEATLES LIVE ON ED SULLIVAN SHOWS 1 DVD ... This is better quality than official release which is in mono... SOUNDBOARD AUDIO / excellent / crystal picture, 60 minutes... menu with show / song select, 2/9/64 all my loving, till there was you, she loves you, i saw her standing there, i want to hold your hand, 2/16/64 she loves you, this boy, allmy loving, i saw her standing there, from me to you, i want to hold your hand, 2/23/64 twist and shout, please please me, i want to hold your hand, 9/12/65 i feel fine, im down, act natuarally, ticket to ride, yesterday and help

 

 

ROLLING STONES 2 DVD ED SULLIVAN SHOW APPEARENCES --ALL 6 SHOWS COMPLETE --menu options, excellent picture, 312 minutes- Now fans can see The Rolling Stones as they've seldom seen them - young, edgy and electrifying - and on their way to conquering the world! This Deluxe 2 DVD Collector's Edition features ALL SIX Ed Sullivan Show episodes starring The Rolling Stones who perform 17 of their greatest hits.. Also included in these full episodes are performances by Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, The Muppets, Tom Jones and more.

 

 


BEST OF ED SULLIVAN 2 DVD FROM VH1 FLASHBACK 320 MINUTES YOUNG RASCALS, TURTLES, SPANKY AND OUR GANG, 5TH DIMENSION, OLIVER, BEACH BOYS, AND MANY MANY MANY MANY OTHERS --VG PICTURE

 

 

ELIZABETH TAYLOR 1 DVD ALL STAR TRIBUTE 12/1/77..60 minutes, vg with slight grain..robert blake, debbie boone, tom drake, henry fonda, monty hall, frank gorshin, bob hope, rock hudson, paul newman, roddy mcdowell, carol oconnor, rowan & martin, nelson riddle

 

 

EMMY AWARDS 1 DVD THE 1959 EMMY AWARDS

 

 

E! HOLLYWOOD MYSTERY AND SCANDALS 20 DVD ULTIMATE COLLECTION ..58 EPISODES ...HOSTED BY A.J. BENZA . MOST ARE EXCELLENT PICTURE..A COUPLE OF EPISODES HAVE A LITTLE PIXELATION, ---GREAT SERIES ON OF HOLLYWOOD AND THE DARK SIDE OF THE STARS (DRUGS AND DRINKING PROBLEMS, LOVERS, DEATHS, ARRESTS ETC ETC )

 

VOLUME 1 : ALAN LADD, AVA GARDNER, BELA LEGOSI

 

VOLUME 2 : BETTE DAVIS, BEVERLY HILLS (CITY), BING CROSBY

 

VOLUME 3: ELIZABETH SHORT (BLACK DAHLIA), BOBBY DARIN, DOROTHY KILGALLIN

 

VOLUME 4 : ED WOOD, FATTY ARBUCKLE, FLORENCE BALLARD (SUPREMES)

 

VOLUME 5 : GEORGE REEVES (SUPERMAN), HARRY HOUDINI, HOLYWOOD GHOSTS

 

VOLUME 6 : JOAN CRAWFORD, JON-ERIC HEXUM, JUDY GARLAND

 

VOLUME 7: LANA TURNER, LOUISE BROOKS, MAYBEL NORMAND

 

VOLUME 8: JACK CASSIDY, JAMES DEAN, JAYNE MANSFIELD,

 

VOLUME 9: MARILYN MONROE, MARLENE DIETRICK, MONTGOMERY CLIFF

 

VOLUME 10 : ALFALFA AND THE LITTLE RASCALS, CLARA BOW, GAIL RUSSELL

 

VOLUME 11 : JEAN HARLOW, JEFFERY HUNTER, JOHN GARFIELD

 

VOLUME 12 : JUDY HOLLIDAY, LON CHANEY AND LON CHANEY JR, TENNESSE WILLIAMS,

 

VOLUME 13 : VINCENT PRICE, WILLIAMS HOLDEN, BUGSY SIEGAL AND VIRGINIA HILL

 

VOLUME 14 : CHARLIE CHAPLIN, VIVIAN VANCE, HARRY JAMES & BETTY GRABEL

 

VOLUME 15 : INGER STEVENS, ORSEN WELLES, PEG ENTWISTLE

 

VOLUME 16 : PETER LAWFORD, RAMONE NOVARRO, RAYMOND CHANDLER

 

VOLUME 17 : SUSAN CABOT, RITA HAYWORTH, SAL MINEO

 

VOLUME 18 : THE KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL, PAUL LYNDE, THELMA TODD,

 

VOLUME 19 : LENNY BRUCE, MARIO LANZA, THELMA TODD (REPEAT)

 

VOLUME 20 VERONICA LAKE, FRANKIE LYMON

 

 

 

 

ERNIE KOVACS THE BEST OF AND BEST OF HIT PARADE 1 DVD..30 min..black & white..some grain but very watchable narrated by jack lemmon....BEST OF HIT PARADE is special hosted by richard dawson ..various clips in color and black & white..60 minutes total disc

 

ESCAPE OF THE BIRDMAN 1 DVD AKA OPERATION BRAINDRAIN 1971 Doug McClure Chuck Connors During World War II, American soldier Harry Cook is sent to Norway to aid in the defection of a scientist working on the atomic bomb for the Germans...

 

FABULOUS 50’S 2 DVD DISC 1 1960 show is in blk and white, excellent picture, hosted by Henry Fonda- rare 90 minute TV special from 2/22/60 stars Dick Van Dyke, Shelly Berman, Jackie Gleason, Julie Andrews, Rex Harrison and the comedy team of Comden & Green.. Through skits and film clips you will be transported back to the 50’s…..sports, Broadway entertainment, movies, news events and the first full decade of television. Taken from a rare kinescope it even includes original GE commercials with Art Linkletter.

 

DISC 2 THE FABULOUS 50'S On 3/5/78 color, 120 minutes, excellent picture, THE FABULOUS 50's was broadcast featuring some of the greatest moments in television from the 1950?s. The show was hosted by Lucille Ball, David Jansen, Michael Landon, Mary Martin, Red Skelton and Dinah Shore

 

FELONY SQUAD 16 DVD - 1966 - 1969 ALMOST FULL SERIES (68 OUT OF 73 EPISODES) --menu with show select, -- vg / excellent picture --The program starred Howard Duff (as Sergeant Sam Stone) and Dennis Cole (as Detective Jim Briggs) as investigators in a major crimes unit. The setting was an unidentified West Coast city. Duff's character was the veteran who was teaching his younger partner the nuances of life in this new facet of police work. Another main character was desk sergeant Dan Briggs (portrayed by Ben Alexander), the father of Cole's character.

 

FERNWOOD 2NIGHT 13 DVD was a spin off from the popular 70's sitcom Mary Hartman Mary Hartman that aired as a summer replacement show in 1977. It starred Martin Mull as talk show host Barth Gimble and Fred Williard as his sidekick/announcer Jerry Hubbard. The house band, Happy Kyne and the Mirthmakers featured the dour Frank Devol. The show was an outrageous satire on local talk shows and has been hailed as a cult classic.This one of a kind satiric masterpiece has never been released on VHS or DVD. All 65 episodes are included on 13 discs and quality is mostly great. Pull up a chair and have a nightly visit with Fernwood 2Night.

 

Disc One...Episode One - Talk to a Jew (7/4/77) #2 - Leisure Suits Cause Cancer (7/5/77) #3 - The Wonderblender (7/6/77) # 4 - Corporal Punishment (7/7/77) #5 - Corporal Punishment II (7/8/77)

 

Disc Two - Episode Six - Fernwood Fascinating Females (7/11/77) #7 - Hearing-Ear Dogs for the Deaf (7/12/77) #8 - Congressman Chambers (7/13/77) #9 - No-Frills Hospital (7/14/77) #10 - Ethnic Myths (7/15/77)

 

Disc Three - Episode Eleven - Lillian Dunbar (7/18/77) #12 - Uncle Sam Jr. I (7/19/77) #13 - Tony Roletti and Susan Cloud (7/20/77) #14 - Breeding Atheletes (7/21/77) 15 - Animal Sexuality (7/22/77)

 

Disc Four - Episode Sixteen - Barth Gimble Memorial Tennis Classic (7/25/77) #17 - Dating Service for Dogs (7/26/77) #18 - Lou Moffat on Land Deals (7/27/77) #19 - Uncle Sam Jr. II #20 - Comedy Sales Techniques (7/28/77)

 

Disc Five - Episode Twenty One - Tom Waits (8/1/77) #22 - Dumbness Measuring Machine (8/2/77) #23 - ? (8/3/77) #24 - Singers and Salesmen (8/4/77) #25 - Criminal Justice (8/5/77)

 

Disc Six - Episode Twenty Six - ? (8/8/77) #27 - Fernwood Blood Drive (8/9/77) #28 - ? (8/10/77) #29 - Barbershop Trio (8/11/77) #30 - ? (8/12/77)

 

Disc Seven - Episode Thirty One - Church of the Divine Lemonade (8/15/77) #32 = ? (8/16/77) #33 - ? (8/17/77) #34 - ? (8/18/77) #35 - (8/19/77)

 

Disc Eight - Episode Thirty Six - ? (8/22/77) #37 - Tony Roletti's Autobiography (8/23/77) #38 - Getting the Most from Your Warranty (8/24/77) #39 - Nudists (8/25/77) #40 - Wrestling (8/26/77)

 

Disc Nine - Episode Forty One - Tony and Chance Roletti (8/29/77) #42 - Solving Water Shortages (8/30/77) #43 - Sex Therapy (8/31/77) #44 - Real Estate Tips ( 9/1/77) #45 - ? (9/2/77)

 

Disc Ten - Episode Forty Six - ? ( 9/5/77) #47 - Rev. Chung Hee (9/6/77) #48 - ? (9/7/77) #49 - Pet Mating Service (9/8/77) #50 - ?(9/9/77)

 

Disc Eleven - Episode Fifty One - Behind Hollywood (9/12/77) #52 - ? (9/13/77) #53 - Aunt Edity (9/14/77) #54 - ? (9/15/77) #55 - ? (9/16/77)

 

Disc Tweleve - Episode Fifty Six - Theological Correspondence (9/19/77) #57 - Singles Mingles Club (9/20/77) #58 - ? (9/21/77) #59 - Battery Powered Car (9/22/77) #60 - Harry Shearer(9/23/77)

 

Disc Thirteen - Episode Sixty One - Amusement and Healing Parks (9/26/77) #62 - Indian Princess (9/27/77) #63 - Fan Club President (9/28/77) #64 - The Ransom (9/29/77) #65 - Save "Fernwood 2Night" Telethon

 

FOR THE PEOPLE 2 DVD menu with show select, black and white, excellent picture, starring William Shatner CBS at Sunday 9:00 PM (60 min.) January 31, 1965 thru May 8, 1965 William Shatner was dynamite in his first series role as David Koster, a New York City assistant district attorney who gets into trouble because of his passion for justice. His boss, Anthony Celese played by Howard DeSilva, tries to keep him under control while New York police detective Frank Malloy (Lonny Chapman) helps him solve cases. Sexy Jessica Walter was his leggy, musician wife. The episodes generally followed Shatner trying to build his case rather than prosecuting the case in court. The show had a gritty New York ambience, a realistic tone, terrific New York actors, and good scripts. This show was certainly a precursor to the mighty "Law and Order". The show only lasted 13 weeks and is one of those impossible to find series. We are delighted to offer 7 of those long lost shows. These episodes come from 16 MM prints and a couple even have the original network commercials. These 60 minute episodes average an 8 (good) quality

 

DISC 1

SEIZED, CONFINED AND DETAINED
AND BENEVOLENT PURPOSE
INFLUENCE OF FEAR
TO PROSECUTE ALL CRIMES

DISC 2


BETWEEN CANDOR AND SHAME
DANGER TO THE PUBLIC PEACE
GUILT SHALL NOT ESCAPE

 

 

EVE ARDEN SHOW 1 DVD 4 EPISODES 1957 RARE!!! THE EVE ARDEN SHOW, WHICH SHE MADE RIGHT AFTER OUR MISS BROOKS, IN 1957-58. 4 EPISODES! SHE PLAYS AN AUTHORESS AND WIDOW WHO LIVES IN NYC WITH HER MOM ---FRANCIS BAVIER (AUNT BEE!) AND TWIN DAUGHTERS.

 

EVERLADES 4 DVD - 1961 Police Action in Florida Everglades - 24 episodes -This may be one of the rarest sets I have to offer. The show is a police action series from the early 60's involving a County policeman who patrols the Florida Everglades solving crimes - aka CSI MIAMI.

 

FACES OF DEATH 1 DVD 1978 , 105 minutes, crystal menu with scene select. It began as a graphic exploration of the one destiny we cannot escape. It would soon become the most controversial, critically reviled and fastest selling documentary in home video history. Parents tried to stop it. Video stores had to hide it. Yet across the nation, millions found ways to secretly watch it...if they dared. Renowned pathologist Dr. Frances B. Gröss is your guide to the most bizarre and grisly death scenes ever recorded, from executions, assassinations and mass murder to suicide, disease and disasters. Three decades later, is it hardcore gross-out, elaborate hoax or still the ultimate forbidden movie? One thing is certain: you will never forget the original FACES OF DEATH!

 

 

THE FALL GUY 6 DVD SEASON 1 COMPLETE STARRING LEE MAJORS, HEATHER THOMAS AND DOUGLAS BARR - STUNT MAN TURNED BOUNTY HUNTER TOPAY THE BILLS

 

 

 

 

FAMILY GUY 1 DVD BLUE HARVEST PART 1 OF STAR WARS TRILOGY PARODY : 2007 48 minutes ..A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, the cast of "Family Guy" stepped into the plot of Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope -- and the result is this hourlong epic that kicked off the show's sixth season. When Princess Leia (Lois) is captured by Darth Vader (Stewie), Luke (Chris) risks his life to save her. Aiding him on his quest are Chewbacca (Brian), a well-spoken Wookiee, and Han Solo (Peter), a bumbling spice smuggler.

 

 

 

FAMILY GUY 1 DVD SOMETHING, SOMETHING, SOMETHING DARK SIDE PART 2 OF STAR WARS TRILOGY PARODY A sequel to the Star Wars parody "Blue Harvest," this special episode of the unabashedly off-color animated series features the dysfunctional Griffin family and their friends as the characters in The Empire Strikes Back. Peter begins sharing the story with his family during a power outage, and, in this retelling, he stars as Han Solo, with Chris as Luke Skywalker, Lois as Princess Leia and Stewie as (who else?) Darth Vader.

 

 

 

FAMILY GUY 1 DVD IT'S A TRAP 2010 ..PART 3 OF STAR WARS TRILOGY PARODY .An outrageous "Family Guy"-style remake of Return of the Jedi, this Star Wars spoof finds Chris Skywalker and Princess Lois attempting to rescue Peter Solo from Jabba the Hutt, defeat the mighty Stewie Vader and blow up the second Death Star. This wacky animated parody features off-the-wall Star Trek: The Next Generation guests including Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Michael Dorn as Lieutenant Worf.

 

 

FBI 40 DVD SET

 

 

Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. played Inspector Lewis Erskine, while Philip Abbott played Arthur Ward, assistant director to FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover (although Hoover himself served as series consultant until his death in 1972, he was never seen in the series). Stephen Brooks played Inspector Erskine's assistant, Special Agent Jim Rhodes, for the first two seasons. Lynn Loring played Inspector Erskine's daughter (and Rhodes' love interest) Barbara, in the first few episodes of the show. That romantic angle was soon dropped. In 1967, Brooks was replaced by veteran actor William Reynolds, who played Special Agent Tom Colby until 1973. The series would enjoy its highest ratings during this time, peaking at No. 10 in the 1970-71 season. For the final season, Shelly Novack played Special Agent Chris Daniels. Some episodes ended with a "most wanted" segment hosted by Zimbalist, noting the FBI's most wanted criminals of the day (this was decades before the Fox Network aired America's Most Wanted). Efrem Zimbalist Jr., was provided with an FBI identification card that had a recent photograph of him, fingerprints from his Army service, and an identification number that was only one digit less than a genuine number.

(DISC 1)



1.MONSTER

2.IMAGE-CRACKES MIRROR

3.MOUTHFUL OF DUST

4.SLOW MARCH UP A STEEP HILL

5.THE INSOLENTS





(DISC 2)



1.TO FREE MY ENEMY

2.PROBLEM -HONOR WIFE

3.COURAGE OF A CONVICTION

4.EXILES

5.GIANT KILLER





(DISC 3)



1.ALL STREETS SILENT

2.ELEPHANT LIKE ROPE

3.HOW TO MURDER AN IRON HORSE

4.POUND OF FLESH

5.HIJACKERS





(DISC 4)



1.FORESTS OF THE NIGHT

2.CHAMELEON

3.THE SACRAFICE

4.THE DELIVERY

5.QUANTICE





(DISC 5)



1.SPY MASTER

2.BABY SISTER

3.FLIGHT TO HARBIN

4.MAD BY MISTAKE

5.DIVIDED MAN





(DISC 6)



1.DEFECTOR PT 1

2.DEFECTOR PT 2

3.TORMENTERS

4.THE ANIMAL

5.THE PLUNDERS





(DISC 7)



1.BOMB THAT WALKED

2.PRICE OF DEATH

3.ESCAPE

4.ASSISIN

5.CAVE-IN





(DISC 8)



1.SCOURGE

2.PLAGUE MERCHANT

3.ORDEAL

4.COLLISION COARSE

5.VENDETTA





(DISC 9)



1ANATOMY PRISON BREAK

2.CONTAMINATOR

3.CAMELS NOSE

4.LIST FOR FIRING SQUAD

5.DEATH WIND







(DISC 10)



1.THE RAID

2.PASSAGE INTO FEAR

3.COURIER

4.A QUESTION OF GUILT

5.THE GRAY PASSENGER





(DISC 11)



1.CONSPIRATORS

2.ROPE OF GOLD

3.HOSTAGE

4.SKY ON FIRE

5.FLIGHT PLAN





(DISC 12)



1.SATELLITE

2.FORCE OF NATURE

3.EXTORTIONIST





(DISC 13)



1.GOLD CARD

2.COUNTER-STROKE

3.BLOOD VERDICT

4.TRAITOR

5.BY FORCE AND VIOLENCE





(DISC 14)



1.BY FORCE AND VIOLENCE

2.A SLEEPER AWAKES

3.OVERLOAD

4.LINE OF FIRE

5.BLUE PRINT FOR BETRAYAL





(DISC 15)



1.FALSE WITNESS

2.LEGEND JOHN RIM

3.DYNASTY

4.DAUGHTER

5.ACT OF VIOLENCE





(DISC 16)



1.CRISES GROUND

2.RING OF STEEL

3.HOMECOMING

4.PHONE CALL

5.EGLON OF PERIL





(DISC 17)



1.SOUTHWIND

2.MESSENGER

3.NINTH MAN

4.MECHANIZED ACCOMPLICE

5.PREDATORS





(DISC 18)



1.TUNNEL

2.MERCENARY

3.WIND IT UP AND IT BETRAYS YOU

4.OUT OF CONTROL

5.QUARRY





(DISC 19)



1.RUNAWAYS

2.DEATH OF A FIXER

3.ENEMIES

4.NIGHTMARES

5.BREAKTHROUGH





(DISC 20)



1.HARVEST

2.INTERMEDIARY

3.BUTCHER

4.FLAW

5.HERO





(DISC 21)



1.WINDOW

2.EYE OF THE STORM

3.FRAUD

4.A LIFE IN THE BALANCE

5.CAESARS WIFE



(DISC 22)



1.PATIOT

2.MAZE

3.ATTOURNEY

4.CATALYST

5.CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE





(DISC 23)



1.YOUNG WARRIORS

2.COBER LIST

3.MOMENT OF TRUTH

4.TARGET OF INTREST

5.NIGHTMARE ROAD





(DISC 24)



1.SWINDLER

2.BOOMERANG

3.SILENT PARTNER

4.GAMBLE WITH DEATH

5.FLIGHT





(DISC 25)



1.CHALLENGE

2.BLOOD TIE

3.SACTUARY

4.SCAPEGOAT

5.INSIDEMAN





(DISC 26)



1.PREY

2.JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

3.DOLL COURIER

4.TUG OF WARS

5.FATAL IMPOSTER





(DISC 27)



1.CONSPIRACY CORRUPTION

2.DEADLY REUNION

3.PRESSURE POINT

4.SUMMER TERROR





(DISC 28)



1.RETURN POWER

2.DEALER

3.DEADFALL

4.QUEST

5.CONDEMNED





(DISC 29)



1.ESCAPE TO TERROR

2.ARCHITECT

3.SAVAGE WILDERNESS

4.TIME BOMB





(DISC 30)



1.INNOCENTS

2.DEADLY PACT

3.IMPERSONATOR

4.ANTENNAE OF DEATH

5.TARGET





(DISC 31)



1.WITNESS

2.INCEDENT IN DESERT

3.INHERITORS

4.UNKNOWN VICTIM

5.STALKING HORSE





(DISC 32)



1.CENTER OF PERIL

2.EYE OF NEEDLE

3.FATAL CONNECTION

4.REPLACEMENT

5.DEATH MATCH





(DISC 33)



1.DOWNFALL

2.HITCHHIKER

3.TURNABOUT

4.NATURAL

5.WAY SPLIT





(DISC 34)



1.DYNASTY OF HATE

2.BITTER HARBOR

3.HUNTERS

4.KILLING TRUTH





(DISC 35)



1.THE BOUGHT JURY

2.TWO MILLION DOLLAR HOT

3.SURVIVAL







(DISC 36)



1.CANYON OF NO RETURN

2.THE RUNNER





(DISC 37)



1.PLAGUE MERCHANT

2.FLIGHT PLAN





(DISC 38)



1.QUANTICO

2.SLOW MARCH





(DISC 39)



1.EYE OF THE NEEDLE

2.WIZARD





(DISC 40)



1.THE FLAW





PICTURE AND SOUND QUALITY 8

 

FLIP WILSON SHOW

 

FLIP WILSON SHOW 95 DVD SET (30 MINUTE REBROADCASTS) CRYSTAL --ASPIRE TV CABLE CHANNEL)

 

ORIGINAL SHOWS WERE 60 MINUTES --THEY ARE NOT AVAILABLE --PROBABLY NEVER HAVE BEEN REBROADCAST

 

DVD # 1...1971

(Bobby Darin, Tim Conway, Redd Foxx)

 

DVD # 2...1971

(Ray Charles, Dan Blocker)

 

DVD # 3...1971

(Aretha Franklin, Dom DeLuise, George Carlin)

 

DVD # 4...1972

(BB King, Phil Silvers, Barbara Feldon)

 

DVD # 5...1972

(Sandy Duncan, Slappy White, Jim Nabors)

 

DVD # 6...1972

(Barbara McNair, Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Roy Clark)

 

DVD # 7...1972

(George Carlin, Joe Namath)

 

DVD # 8...1972

(Jack Benny, Jim Henson, Pearl Bailey)

 

DVD # 9...1972

(Chi-Lites, Ruth Buzzi, Jackie Vernon, Lee Marvin)

 

DVD # 10...1972

(Melba Moore, Tim Conway, Bing Crosby)

 

DVD # 11...1972

(The Fifth Dimension, Tim Conway)

 

DVD # 12...1972

(Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks, Melba Moore, Don Knotts)

 

DVD # 13...1972

(The Supremes, Burns & Schreiber, Ruth Buzzi)

 

DVD # 14...1972

(Paul McCartney & Wings, Bill Russell, Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara)

 

DVD # 15...1972

(Jackson 5, David Steinberg, Diana Sands)

 

DVD # 16...1972

(Donny Hathaway, Ed Asner, Carol Channing)

 

DVD # 17...1970

(Bobby Darin, Denise Nicholas, Stanley Myron Handelman, Roy Clark)

 

DVD # 18...1970

(Flip Wilson, Arte Johnson, Doug Kershaw, Moms Mabley, Marcel Marceau)

 

DVD # 19...1970

(Bobby Darin, Charley Pride, Ella Fitzgerald)

 

DVD # 20...1970

(James Brown, David Frost, The Muppets)

 

DVD # 21...1970

(Perry Como, Charlie Callas, Lola Falana, Denise Nicholas)

 

DVD # 22...1970

(Roger Miller, The Temptations, Lily Tomlin, Redd Foxx)

 

DVD # 23...1970

(Louis Armstrong, Charlie Callas, Laura Green, Pat Morita)

 

DVD # 24...1970

(Raymond Burr, Loretta Long, Sunday's Child, The Muppets, Stanley Myron Handelman)

 

DVD # 25...1970

(Dean Martin, Lola Falana, Robert Goulet, Robert Klein)

 

DVD # 26...1970

(Bill Cosby, Gina Lollobrigida)

 

DVD # 27...1970

(Stevie Wonder, Connie Stevens, John Byner, Johnny Brown)

 

DVD # 28...1970

(Lena Horne, Tony Randall, Modern Jazz Quartet)

 

DVD # 29...1970

(Sid Caesar, B.B. King, Bobby Darin)

 

DVD # 30...1970

(Sha Na Na, Burl Ives, Slim Gaillard)

 

DVD # 31...1971

(Bing Crosby, The Supremes)

 

DVD # 32...1971

(Roberta Flack, Steve Lawrence, Zero Mostel)

 

DVD # 33...1971

(Muhammad Ali, Lily Tomlin, Bobby Darin)

 

DVD # 34...1971

(Joe Namath, Johnny Mathis, George Carlin, Abbey Lincoln)

 

DVD # 35...1971

(Art Carney, Barbara Feldon, Modern Jazz Quartet)

 

DVD # 36...1971

(David Frost, Aretha Franklin)

 

DVD # 37...1971

(Don Rickles, Ray Charles, Leslie Uggams)

 

DVD # 38...1971

(Lena Horne, Ray Stevens, George Carlin)

 

DVD # 39...1971

(Diahann Carroll, Tim Conway, Robert Klein)

 

DVD # 40...1971

(Lily Tomlin, Hamid Hamilton Camp, Gaylord & Holiday)

 

DVD # 41...1971

(Sandy Duncan, Tim Conway, Johnny Brown)

 

DVD # 42...1971

(Osmond Brothers, Lucille Ball, Ed Sullivan)

 

DVD # 43...1971

(Mahalia Jackson, Joan Rivers, George Gobel)

 

DVD # 44...1971

(Stevie Wonder, Raymond Burr, Ruth Gordon)

 

DVD # 45...1971

(Ruth Buzzi, Erroll Garner, Tim Conway)

 

DVD # 46...1971

(Pat Boone, George Carlin, Sugar Ray Robinson)

 

DVD # 47...1971

(The Supremes, David Frost, Willie Tyler)

 

DVD # 48...1971

(The Smothers Brothers, Melba Moore)

 

DVD # 49...1971

(Jackson 5, Dr. David Reuben, Lily Tomlin)

 

DVD # 50...1971

(The Muppets, Diahann Carroll, Dom DeLuise)

 

DVD # 51...1971

(Andy Griffith, Clara Ward, Tim Conway)

 

DVD # 52...1971

(Carl Reiner, Lena Horne, Sid Caesar)

 

 

DVD # 53...1971

(Billy Eckstine, Tony Randall, Phyllis Diller)

 

DVD # 54...1971

(Petula Clark, Redd Foxx, Roy Clark)

 

DVD # 55...1971

(Melba Moore, Jimmy Osmond, Marty Feldman)

 

DVD # 56...1971

(David Steinberg, Modern Jazz Quartet, Carol Channing)

 

DVD # 57...1972

(Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Jim Brown)

 

DVD # 58...1972

(Sammy Davis Jr., Lily Tomlin)

 

DVD # 59...1972

(Don Adams, The Staple Singers, Roscoe Lee Browne)

 

DVD # 60...1973

(Richard Pryor, Don Knotts)

 

DVD # 61...1972

(Burt Reynolds, Roberta Flack, Tim Conway)

 

DVD # 62...1972

(The Temptations, Joan Rivers, Frank Gorshin)

 

DVD # 63...1972

(Gladys Knight & The Pips, Raymond Burr, Dom DeLuise)

 

DVD # 64...1972

(Dionne Warwick, Tony Randall, Burns And Schreiber)

 

DVD # 65...1972

(Kris Kristofferson, Rita Coolidge, Tim Conway)

 

DVD # 66...1972

(Albert Brooks, Johnny Cash, Bill Russell)

 

DVD # 67...1973

(Barbara McNair, Jim Nabors, James Coco)

 

DVD # 68...1973

(Curtis Mayfield, Andy Griffith, Roscoe Lee Browne)

 

DVD # 69...1973

(Taj mahal, Howard Cosell, Marty Feldman)

 

DVD # 70...1973

(Sammy Davis Jr., Ed Sullivan, Marilyn Michaels)

 

DVD # 71...1973
(Ray Charles, Phyllis Diller, The Committee)


DVD # 72...1973
(Helen Reddy, Diana Sands, Kreskin, Dom DeLuise)


DVD # 73...1973
(Della Reese, George Carlin, Roy Clark)


DVD # 74...1973
(Rich Little, Ed McMahon)


DVD # 75...1973
(Papa John Creach, Joe Namath, Tim Conway)


DVD # 76...1973
(Oscar Brown Jr, Richard Pryor, Don Knotts)


DVD # 77...1973
(Buddy Hackett, Ruth Buzzi, William Attmore II, Richard Pryor)


DVD # 78...1973
(Pointer Sisters, Mony Hall, Sandy Duncan, William Windom)


DVD # 79...1973
(Ralph Edwards, Richard Pryor, Bobby Sandler, Nat Puefoy)


DVD # 80...1973
(Helen Reddy, Redd

 

DVD # 81...1973
(Harry Belafonte, Burns & Schreiber)


DVD # 82...1973
(Robert Goulet, Carol Lawrence, Slappy White)


DVD # 83...1973
(Gladys Knight & The Pips, Lee Grant, Henry Aaron)


DVD # 84...1973
(Romark, Tim Conway, Richard Pryor)


DVD # 85...1973
(Leonard Nimoy, Charlie Callas, Ed McMahon)


DVD # 86...1973
(Aretha Franklin, Stiller & Meara, Tim Conway)


DVD # 87...1973
(Fifth Dimension, Burns & Schreiber)


DVD # 88...1973
(Anthony Newley, Jack Klugman, Roscoe Lee Browne, Franklyn Ajaye)


DVD # 89...1974
(Chuck Norris, Ted Knight, Pointer Sisters)


DVD # 90...1974
(Roy Clark, Bobby Sandler)


DVD # 91...1974
(Steve Lawrence, Ketty Lester, Richard Pryor)


DVD # 92...1974
(O.J. Simpson, Dennis Weaver, Ernie Robinson)


DVD # 93...1974
(McLean Stevenson, Don Adams, Redd Foxx)


DVD # 94...1974
(Tony Randall, Lena Horne, Bob and Ray)

 

 

 

DVD # 95 1 DVD LIVE COMPILATION..PERFORMANCES ONLY...CRYSTAL CLEAR...GREAT STUFF...menu with artist selection...34 tracks.....Stevie Wonder, B.B. King, Jackson 5, The Supremes, Ray Charles,Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, Chi-Lites, Dionne Warwick, Paul & Linda McCartney, Donnie Hathaway, Staple Singers, Roberta Flack, Temptations, Curtis Mayfield, Taj Mahal, Sammy Davis Jr., The Osmonds, Bill Withers, Papa John Creech, Kris Kristofferson, Rita Coolidge, Pointer Sisters, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Roger Miller, louis Armstrong, Helen Reddy, Dan Hicks & The Hot Licks, Fifth Dimension, Robert Klein

 

 

 

FORD'S 40TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW 1 DVD 6/15/53 WITH ETHEL MERMAN AND MARY MARTIN PLUS MORE -- 23 MINUTES ---- menu with event select, vg / excellent picture ----------THE PLUS MORE IS CHANGE OF HEART (FEATURE FILM) 1949 - 85 MINUTES, EXCELLENT PICTURE REVISED FROM HIT PARADE OF 1943 WITH JOHN CARROLL, SUSAN HAYWARD, EVE ARDEN, DOROTHY DANDRIDGE, COUNT BASIE, RAY MCKINLEY, FREDDIE MARTIN One of the many films made at Republic with a year attached to the "Hit Parade" title, which came from the "Hit Parade" radio program sponsored by Lucky Strike cigarettes. The plot here is just a trifle---Susan Hayward ghost writes songs for composer John Carroll, whose charms evidently outweighed his song-writing ability---played in and around some great singing and dancing numbers by, for its time, a large number of black performers including Dorothy Dandridge, Count Basie, dancing by the great Jack Williams and the team of "Pops & Louie"(Albert Whitman and Louis Williams)and others, including Spanish dancer Chinita Marin, billed as Chinita. The song "Change of Heart", by Jule Styne and Harold Adamson, was Oscar-nominated, and also became the title of the film on 1949 reissue.

 

 

 

FOUR STAR PLAYHOUSE & THE STAR AND THE STORY 10 DVD MENU WITH SHOW SELECT, BLK & WHITE, VG PICTURE

 

87 1/2 HOUR PROGRAMS

 

Four Star Playhouse is a television anthology series that ran from 1952 to 1956. The original premise was that Charles Boyer, Ida Lupino, David Niven, and Dick Powel would take turns starring in episodes. However, several other performers took the lead from time to time, including Ronald Colman and Joan Fontaine.--------

Blake Edwards was among the writers and directors who contributed to the series. Edwards created the recurring character (eight episodes) of illegal gambling house operator Willie Dante for Dick Powell to play on this series. The character was later revamped and spun off in his own series starring Howard Duff, then-husband of Lupino.------ The pilot for Meet McGraw, starring Frank Lovejoy, aired here (under that title, 25 February 1954 - THIS EPISODE IS INCLUDED IN SET #1)


SET #1 (47 half hour programs)


MY OWN DEAR DRAGON - Charles Boyer

HOUSE FOR SALE - Ida Lupino

TUSITALA - David Niven

MEET McGRAW - Frank Lovejoy

STORY OF EMILY CAMERON - Ida Lupino

INETERLUDE - Dick Powell

LET THE CHIPS FALL - Charles Boyer

THE FIRING SQUAD - David Niven

LOST SILK HAT - Ronald Coleman

GIRL ON THE PARK BENCH - Joan Fontaine

HER CROWNING GLORY - Teresa Wright

TOTAL RECALL - William Lundigan

ARAB DUEL - Sidney Blackmer

W SOMERSET MAUHAMS - Alexis Smith

MOORINGS - Charles Boyer

END OF THE LINE - Maria Riva

THE LADYS GAME - Charles Coburn

THE WHIZZER - Frank Lovejoy

SEARCH IN THE NIGHT - Frank Lovejoy

WITH ALL MY HEART - Ida Lupino

THE WITNESS -Dick Powell

THE DIFFICULT AGE - Charles Coburn

SAM - Charles Coburn

THE THIN LINE -David Niven

WATCH THE SUNSET - Dick Powell

TRUDY - Joan Fontaine

VERDICT - Steve McNally

TO KILL A MAN - Alexis Smith

MASQUERADE - Ida Lupino

GO AHEAD AND JUMP - Dick Powell

UNCLE FRED FLITS BY - David Niven

MANDIRA, MANDIRA -Charles Boyer

FAIR TRIAL - Dick Powell

MAN ON A TRAIN - David Niven

THE GUN - Dick Powell

THE CONTEST - Dick Powell

PLACE OF HIS OWN - Charles Boyer

VILLAGE IN THE CITY David Niven

A STUDY IN PANIC - Dick Powell

FULL CIRCLE - David Niven & Joanne Woodward

TRUE CONFESSIONS OF HENRY PELL - Howard Duff

HIGH STAKES - Dick Powell

STAKED DECK - Dick Powell

DESERT ENCOUNTER - Charles Boyer

LADIES ON HIS MIND - Ronald Coleman

BROKEN JOURNEY