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#13030: HUNTER, THE
1956-00-00, WCBS, 9 min.
Barry Nelson

July 3rd, 1952-September 24th, 1952- (CBS)
September 26th,1954-December 26th, 1954 (NBC)

A half-hour cold war spy series. Barry Nelson starred as Bart Adams, American undercover agent in the CBS version and Keith Larsen played the role in the NBC version two years later. The series was directed by Oscar Rudolph who directed some episodes of The Lone Ranger. 

In this episode, The Hunter clashes with a modern Nazi Superman.                                                                         
#14489: HOLLYWOOD PALACE PROMO
1964-04-17, ABC, min.
Announcer

A promo for the Hollywood Palace is heard.           
#15352: HOLLYWOOD PALACE PROMO
1967-10-03, ABC, 7 min.
Jack Benny

Guest: Jack Benny. (opening only).                      
#15444: HOLLYWOOD MOVIE PREMIERE: "GONE WITH THE WIND."
1967-12-07, WPIX, 27 min.
Ann Miller, Army Archerd, Olivia de Havilland, Bill Burrud, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis, Jane Powell, Kay Williams Gable, Jim Ameche, Morgan Woodward

The famed Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles, California is the site of the Hollywood movie premiere of the re-release of "Gone With The Wind." 
The program hosts Army Archerd and Bill Burrud interview various celebrities attending the premiere. They include Jim Ameche, Olivia de Havilland, Ann Miller, Morgan Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis, Jane Powell, and Kay Williams Gable, (the wife of Clark Gable).                                                
#8258: HEIDI
1968-11-17, NBC, 105 min.
Walter Slezak, Jean Simmons, Michael Redgrave, Maximilian Schell, Jennifer Edwards

This taped special became one of the most controversial and memorable programs in television history when NBC due to programming commitments broke away from the New York Jets-Oakland Raiders game to begin the Heidi broadcast. The Raiders went on to score two touchdowns in nine seconds to come from behind and beat the Jets 43-32.  

Heidi was an NBC made for television film version of the 1880 novel.                  
#17196: HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE: "MAN OF LA MANCHA"
1972-12-20, , min.
Peter OToole, Sophia Loren, James Coco, Harry Andrews, John Castle

The Hollywood premiere of "Man Of La Mancha."      
#8260: HEIDI
1974-03-01, NBC, 105 min.
Walter Slezak, Jean Simmons, Michael Redgrave, Maximilian Schell, Jennifer Edwards

This taped special became one of the most controversial and memorable programs in television history when NBC due to programming commitments broke away from the New York Jets-Oakland Raiders game to begin the Heidi broadcast. The Raiders went on to score two touchdowns in nine seconds to come from behind and beat the Jets 43-32.  

Heidi was an NBC made for television film version of the 1880 novel.  

Duplicate of # 8258. Originally aired 11-17-68.                              
#6113: HOW TO SURVIVE A MARRIAGE
1974-10-16, NBC, 30 min.
Chris Kirby, Jennifer Harmond

Daytime serial concentrating on the challenges of coping with divorce & widowhood.
#8249: HOME BOX OFFICE: COMING ATTRACTIONS
1976-03-30, HBO, 00 min.
Rodney Dangerfield, David Steinberg

Promos for the Rodney Dangerfield ("I Don't Get No Respect') and David Steinberg upcoming HBO specials.        
#8248: HOME BOX OFFICE: PREVIEWS AND COMING ATTRACTIONS.
1977-02-11, HBO, 00 min.
Narrator

Prior to showing the movie " Aloha, Bobby and Rose." Previews include upcoming children's shows, Marlon Brando starring in "Missouri Breaks," and "Crazy Mama." HBO is advertised as a premium station.                         
#8281: HOLLYWOOD OUTTAKES
1977-03-27, NBC, 60 min.
Bob Hope, William Holden, Slyvester Stallone, Marilyn Beck, Robert Evans

Hollywood columnist Marilyn Beck hosts this special that provides commentary of amusing outtake film footage.   

                     
#1153: HELP YOURSELF
1977-10-25, WNET, 66 min.
N/A

Live discussions with physicians concerning the medical profession with advice given to viewers who phone the studio with varied questions.
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