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#859A: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1959-11-20, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

October 9, 1959 - December 26, 1959 &
April 8, 1960 - July 1, 1960

John Zacherley, who became famous introducing horror films,and satirizing them on SHOCK THEATER / ZACHERLEY AT LARGE, on WABC TV, found a new home at WOR TV in October of 1959 and hosted "Zacherley at 12:00," a series initially lasting a little more  than two months, totaling 12 broadcasts from October 9 - December 25, 1959, and then returning for another 13 broadcasts in the Spring of 1960.

These WOR TV channel 9 ninety minute programs were presented on Friday Nights at Midnight, re-run (video tape) Saturday at noon, and re-run again, Saturday Night at Midnight, thru November 28, 1959.  

At his new WOR Ch. 9 berth, Zacherley remained a suave ghoulish monster from Cloud Transylvania, adding offbeat crazy humor to old "B" films which were edited to 60 minutes running time. The remaining 30 minutes of broadcast time was pure Zacherley. On this classic show Zacherley and the symphonic orchestra and Gypsy Band perform the opera "All Quiet On The Balkan Front." It celebrates the Victory of Transylvania over Bohemia in 1332. In tongue and cheek fashion, Zacherley sings and explains the story as it progresses in six minute segments, between commercials and the showing of the 1944 feature film, "Cry of the Warewolf," presented that evening. Songs include: "Transylvania We Do Or Die," "A Passivist I Will Always Be," "Oh Where Oh Where Has My Hairy Friend Gone?," "I Am A Vampire Now," and "You Are The One Dear For Me Dear." 

No video tapes and only a handful of excerpt kinescope clips from this WOR TV series of 25 programs survive (total of 12 & 1/2 hours of Zacherley 30 minute sketches broadcast), making this audio presentation a very rare retrospective, as well as the five other air checks, from this series, preserved in the Archival Television Audio collection.                                                                                                       
#859B: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1959-11-27, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

A complete episode with Zacherley entitled: "The Cardiff Giant."  The show 
opens with Zacherley's signature ghoulish cry, yelling "Let Me Out Of Here." He discusses newspaper reviews, regarding last weeks live performance of the opera "All Quiet On The Balkan Front" by Ben Gross and Brooks Atkinson. Zacherley reminds his transfixed audience that he will be performing the project of the year-a "brain" transplant on the Cardiff Giant. Assembled are 14 brains (13 from men and 1 from a woman). Aided by quips and props, his on camera screen time is chillingly entertaining. There are songs, descriptive lectures and phone calls. This extremely rare soundtrack allows us to revisit "Zacherley at 12:00" and again enjoy what made him so unique on this local New York WOR Ch. 9 television late night series which lasted for only eleven episodes.             
#859C: ZACHERLEY AT 12:00
1959-12-00, WOR, 30 min.
John Zacherley

Zacherley is seen live Friday at midnight. The taped show is then repeated at noon, on Saturday and on Saturday evening at midnight. This evening's episode is titled "Mummy From Egypt." Zacherley has just returned with a 6,000-year-old mummy. He conducts a TV auction and calls are taken by Zacherley from Yonkers High School, the Chairman of the National Committee, The Postmaster General, Mayor of N.Y.C. Robert Wagner, and the Board of Health. In hilarious fashion Zacherley displays articles brought back from his epic Egyptian pilgrimage. He sings "I'll Never See Cairo Again," introduces his wife through sound effects and details his plan to activate the mummy and let him loose in Times Square. A last song is sung by Zacherley, "Floating Down The Nile" ending with Zacherley's memorable howl "Let Me Out Of Here."                                                                 
#289: LAUREL & HARDY AND CHUCK
1962-10-19, WPIX, 6 min.
Laurel and Hardy, Chuck McCann

Chuck McCann pays tribute to Laurel & Hardy. This excerpt represents the final 6 minutes of this premiere short lived Sunday Edition to the series. Simultaneously, the series was also presented on weekdays, Monday thru Friday.
#373: WONDERAMA WITH SONNY FOX
1963-01-27, WNEW, 6 min.
Boris Karloff, Frankenstein, Sonny Fox

Boris Karloff talks about his "Frankenstein" monster character and takes questions from the boys and girls in the show.
#5939*: NBC CHILDREN'S THEATRE: "QUILLOW AND THE GIANT"
1963-11-03, WNBC, 54 min.
N/A

November 3, 1963-March 17, 1973. A ten-year series of specials designed for children, broadcast at different intervals. SEARCH PROGRAM TITLE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
#734: SALUTE TO MR. LAUREL AND MR. HARDY
1965-03-28, WPIX, 76 min.
Laurel and Hardy, Chuck McCann, John McCabe, John Tillman, Al Kilgore

Chuck McCann pays tribute to the late comedy team, Laurel and Hardy. John McCabe, Al Kilgore, and John Tillman contribute. First broadcast on March 19, 1965.
#5409: PETER PAN
1966-01-21, WNBC, 104 min.
Mary Martin, Cyril Ritchard, Lynn Fontanne, Maureen Bailey, Jane Margalo

Third showing of the taped production first presented on December 8, 1960. The first television performance of the musical adaptation of Sir James M. Barrie's play was presented live on NBC on March 7, 1955 and again live on January 9, 1956. The taped production was presented on December 8, 1960, and repeated on February 9, 1963.
#991: ALICE IN WONDERLAND
1966-03-30, WABC, 55 min.
Bill Dana, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hedda Hopper, Lewis Carroll, Doris Drew Allen, Hanna-Barbara, Sammy Davis Jr., Janet Waldo, Howard Morris, Don Messick, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Allan Melvin

Bill Dana wrote this way-out spoof of Lewis Carroll's children's classic animated by Hanna-Barbara. Voices heard include those of Janet Waldo, Doris Drew Allen, Howard Morris, Sammy Davis Jr., Hedda Hopper, Don Messick, Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Allan Melvin.
#6235: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER
1967-12-08, NBC, 60 min.
Johnny Marks, Burl Ives

Burl Ives is the voice of Sam the Snowman in this animated Christmas fantasy, based on the story by Robert L. May. Songs by Johnny Marks. Broadcast on NBC from September 19, 1964 thru December 8, 1972.
#5363: MOUSE ON THE MAYFLOWER
1968-11-23, WNBC, 52 min.
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Joanie Sommers, Eddie Albert, John Gary

Animated filmed musical Thanksgiving fantasy based on the whimsical diary of Willum, a mouse, who was with the Pilgrims on their 1620 voyage to the New World; with Tennessee Ernie Ford as narrator and the voice of Willum, with as other voices, John Gary (as John Alden), Eddie Albert (as Miles Standish) and Joanie Sommers (as Priscilla Mullins).
#6050: CHILDREN'S LETTERS TO GOD
1969-02-16, NBC, 30 min.
Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly is the host for this half-hour word & picture montage of children and the touching letters they wrote in Sunday School. With commercials.
#6085: FLINTSTONES, THE
1969-04-00, ABC, 30 min.
Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, Jean Vander Pyl

September 30, 1960-September 2, 1966. The first prime-time cartoon series made especially for television, "The Flintstones" was rerun on Saturday mornings over NBC-TV from 1967 to 1970.
#6084: FLINTSTONES, THE
1969-04-28, ABC, 30 min.
Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, Jean Vander Pyl

September 30, 1960-September 2, 1966. The first prime-time cartoon series made especially for television, "The Flintstones" was rerun on Saturday mornings over NBC-TV from 1967 to 1970.
#5929: GOLDILOCKS
1970-03-31, WABC, 27 min.
Bing Crosby, Avery Schreiber, Paul Winchell, Kathryn Crosby, Nathaniel Crosby, Mary Frances Crosby

The story of Goldilocks and the three bears in this live action animated musical. Songs by Oscar winners Richard Sherman and Robert Sherman.
#5932: HERE COMES PETER COTTONTAIL
1971-04-04, WABC, 54 min.
Danny Kaye, Vincent Price, Paul Frees, Casey Kasem, Iris Rainer, Joan Gardner, Greg Thomas, Jeffrey A. Thomas

Peter Cottontail campaigns to become the chief Easter Bunny, but his rival, Irontail, wants a contest to see who can give away the most Easter eggs in this animated musical special.
#6285: WINNIE THE POOH AND THE BLUSTERY DAY
1973-11-28, NBC, 30 min.
Sebastian Cabot, Sterling Holloway

A.A. Milne's lovable bear gets his feet wet in this Oscar-winning cartoon from 1968. Sebastian Cabot is the narrator. Sterling Holloway is the voice of Pooh.
#6147: MICKEY MOUSE CLUB
1975-02-25, WNEW, 30 min.
Judy Canova, Ann Canova

Original ABC series ran from October 3, 1955 to September 24, 1959. Reruns syndicated in 1962 & again in 1975 before the series was briefly revived and video taped as "The New Mickey Mouse Club" in the Fall of 1976.

Comedienne Judy Canova sings with her daughter, Ann "Tweenie," on "Guest Star Day."
#6304: CAPTAIN KANGAROO
1975-10-24, CBS, 60 min.
Eli Wallach, Bob Keeshan, Captain Kangaroo

October 3, 1955-December 8, 1984. TV's longest-running network children's series with Bob Keeshan.

Eli Wallach reads the story "Are You My Mother?"
#6382: PEANUTS
1975-10-28, CBS, 30 min.
Charles M. Schulz

Half-hour special presentation - "You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown" finds Charlie involved with Linus in a motorbike race. Written by creator Charles M. Schulz.
#6400: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER
1975-12-03, CBS, 52 min.
Burl Ives

Originally broadcast on NBC on December 6, 1964... a musical fantasy with the voice of Burl Ives as the voice of the animated snowman who sings and tells the story of the red-nosed reindeer.
#6342: DR SEUSS' HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
1975-12-12, CBS, 30 min.
Boris Karloff

First presented on the network on December 18, 1966. Animated version of the book with Boris Karloff narrating & voicing the characters in this Christmas fable.
#5250: FROSTY THE SNOWMAN
1977-12-10, WCBS, 27 min.
Jimmy Durante, Jackie Vernon, Billy De Wolfe

A lovable snowman comes to life, but will melt away unless a little girl who loves him finds a way to save him. Billy De Wolfe, Jimmy Durante and Jackie Vernon provide the voices in this class filmed cartoon rerun which originally appeared on TV December 7, 1969.
#5276: DR. SEUSS' HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
1977-12-10, WCBS, 27 min.
Boris Karloff

A rerun from December 18, 1966. The story follows the Grinch as he tries to erase the holiday from the tiny town of Whoville by stealing all the material symbols of its yuletide celebration. The first of the Dr. Seuss books to be adapted to TV.
#5238: FAT ALBERT CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
1977-12-18, WCBS, 27 min.
Bill Cosby

Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids celebrate the Christmas season in a series of adventures that includes the rescue of a troubled family from disaster. Bill Cosby voices the character of young Bill.
#5468: TINY TREE, THE
1977-12-18, WCBS, 27 min.
Roberta Flack

A story of love and loyalty in which a crippled girl befriends a tiny pine tree and its circle of animal companions. Tunes sung by Roberta Flack.
#5244: FOURTH KING, THE
1977-12-23, WNBC, 27 min.
N/A

A tuneful holiday cartoon from Italy. "A special baby has been born," and the forest animals wants to do something special. The animal kingdom celebrates the Birth of Christ...a new animated musical delight.
#5317: LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, THE
1977-12-23, WNBC, 26 min.
Greer Garson, Jose Ferrer, Paul Frees, Teddy Eccles

Rerun of original animated broadcast (12/23/67). The story of Aaron, the little drummer boy and his adventures following the magi to Bethlehem.
#5156: CHRISTMAS IS
1977-12-24, WOR, 27 min.
Hans Conreid, Richard Susceno

An animated tale of a boy's trip to the world of the first Christmas. Voices: Innkeeper (Hans Conreid), Benji (Richard Susceno).
#5160: CITY THAT FORGOT ABOUT CHRISTMAS
1977-12-24, WOR, 27 min.
N/A

An animated story about a visitor who changes the lives of citizens in a loveless city. Songs include "You Can't Stop Christmas."
#5430: RUDOLPH & FROSTY'S CHRISTMAS IN JULY
1979-11-25, WABC, 78 min.
Johnny Marks, Mickey Rooney, Red Buttons, Shelley Winters, Paul Frees, Ethel Merman, Jackie Vernon, Alan Sues, Billie Richards, Don Merrick

Santa Claus, his red nose reindeer Rudolph and Frosty the Snowman team up at a seaside Fourth of July circus, in this musical animated adventure. Original songs by Johnny Marks, known for writing the classic song "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer." A holiday movie Christmas special.
#5318: LITTLE RASCALS
1979-12-03, WNBC, 26 min.
Darla Hood Granson, Philip Tanzini, Robby Kiger, Jack Somack

A Christmas cartoon based on the Little Rascals movie shorts of the '30s. The voice of the character, Mom, is that of Darla Hood Granson (who played Darla in the original "Little Rascals" series).
#5056: BERENSTAIN BEARS' CHRISTMAS TREE
1979-12-03, WNBC, 27 min.
The Berenstain Bears

The leading characters in the popular series of children's books make their TV debut in a musical animated tale. In the story, the overbearing Papa Bear ignores Mama's advice to buy a Christmas tree and instead sets out to cut his own- only to learn that his "perfect Christmas tree" is also the perfect home of other forest creatures. Written by the bruins' creators, Jan and Stan Berenstain.
#5316: LITTLE BROWN BURRO
1979-12-07, WABC, 27 min.
Lorne Greene

A burro, derided by men and animals alike for his small size, proves his worth with the help of a desert rat and a kind master. Lorne Greene narrates this Christmas tale.
#5460: STORY OF THE FIRST CHRISTMAS SNOW, THE
1979-12-15, WCBS, 27 min.
Cyril Ritchard, Angela Lansbury

Angela Lansbury and Cyril Ritchard are heard in this animated tale about a blind shepherd boy who, as Christmas approaches, longs for his first snowfall. "Even if I don't see it," he says bravely, "I could feel it." Songs include Irving Berlin's "White Christmas," and original tunes by Maury Laws and Jules Bass.
#5145: CASPER'S FIRST CHRISTMAS
1979-12-18, WNBC, 27 min.
Casper

Casper and his friend Hairy Scarey are being evicted from their battered old house; so Hairy, on Christmas Eve no less, forces the Friendly Ghost to join in a search for new haunts.
#5236: FAMILY CIRCUS CHRISTMAS
1979-12-18, WNBC, 27 min.
Sarah Vaughan

Special: This animated version of Bil Keane's comic strip focuses on Jeffy, who believes Santa will be bringing a special Christmas gift- "granddad down from heaven." Sarah Vaughan performs "The Dreamer."
#5206: DISNEY'S WONDERFUL WORLD: FROM ALL OF US TO YOU
1979-12-23, WNBC, 52 min.
N/A

Jiminy Cricket is host of Disney's traditional Christmas greeting featuring such cartoon characters as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Chip 'n' Dale, Peter Pan, Bambi, Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella and Snow White. First shown on December 19, 1958. Songs include "Deck the Hall."
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