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#13020: BANDWAGON 1956
1956-10-28, WCBS, 7 min.
Will Rogers Jr.

Campaign songs of the past, narrated by Will Rogers, Jr.                      
#13122C: BERT AND HARRY PIELS COMMERCIAL
1956-12-26, , 1 min.
Bob and Ray, Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding

Commercial for Piels Beer with Bert and Harry Piels.                                                   
#13768: BRIGHTER DAY, THE
1962-09-10, CBS, min.
Blair Davies, Leonard Blair

January 4th, 1954-September 28th, 1962 (CBS)

Daytime soap opera created by Irna Phillips. The Brighter Day began on radio in 1948 and came to television in January 1954.
From 1954-1956 the radio broadcast was an audio repeat of the day's television episode. The story centered around the Dennis family who lived in the town of New Hope. On June 18th, 1962, the show expanded from fifteen minutes to twenty-five minutes and was moved from a late afternoon time slot to late morning. Notable celebrities such as Hal Holbrook, Lois Nettleton, and Patty Duke were featured on the program. Televised from New York City until 1961, it moved to Hollywood the same year.
The show was produced by Leonard Blair.                                        
#14054: BEN JERROD
1963-04-12, NBC, min.
Addison Richards, Michael Ryan, Peter Hansen, John Napier

April 1st, 1963-June 28th, 1963

Short-lived daytime serial about two small-town attorneys. 
Michael Ryan played attorney Ben Jerrod while Addison Richards portrayed his older partner, John Abbott.  

10th episode broadcast.  The police and the D.A. (John Napier) single out Janet and a druggist (Peter Hansen) as chief murder suspects.

                        
#14596: BEATLEMANIA: "BEATLES ON THE BAY."
1964-09-18, ABC, 16 min.
Ringo Starr, Bill Beutel, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison

A special on the Beatles, and why they are popular. Comments by Disc Jockeys.  

Bill Beutel hosts.                       
#14901: BURKE'S LAW
1965-06-25, ABC, 20 min.
Nick Adams, Gene Barry, Regis Toomey

September 20th, 1963-August 31st, 1965 (ABC)  

Adventure series starring Gene Barry as Amos Burke, homicide chief of Los Angeles. Co-starring Regis Toomey as detective Lester Hart. On Septem15th, 1965, Gene Barry returned to ABC, this time as Secret Agent Amos Burke, a short-lived series lasting only until January 12th, 1966. 

Note: Buster Keaton made his final television appearance on Burke's Law on May 8th,1964.

Guest star in this episode: Nick Adams.                       
#6040: BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADE
1968-10-20, WPIX, 60 min.
Billy Graham

The opening of Dr. Billy Graham's 1968 Pittsburgh Area Crusade, taped at Pitt Stadium. Tonight's topic: "Spiritual Vertigo."
#9939: BLACK HISTORY: "LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN."
1973-08-19, CBS, 60 min.
Bill Cosby

The contributions of black people to the American way of life. Narrated by Bill Cosby.  

Originally broadcast on July 2nd, 1968.           
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