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#13310: SHOCK THEATRE WITH JOHN ZACHERLEY
1958-11-05, WABC, 1 min.
John Zacherley, Scott Vincent

On September 22, 1958, John Zacherley came to New York to host WABC's late-night weekend entry "Shock Theatre." He replaced off-camera host Scott Vincent. Zacherley would wear ghoulish makeup and a long black coat as he performed various scientific experiments in his on-camera laboratory. He became beloved to viewers both young and old and continued his fame by also hosting "Zacherley At Large," the replacement title for Shock Theatre. On October 16th, 1959, Zacherley came to local WOR-TV Channel 9 in New York City, hosting another late-night weekend horror entry, "Zacherley At 12."    

This episode includes the show's opening.                                                                                     
#13312: SHOCK THEATRE WITH JOHN ZACHERLEY
1958-11-29, WABC, 6 min.
John Zacherley

On September 22, 1958, John Zacherley came to New York to host WABC's late-night weekend entry "Shock Theatre." He replaced off-camera host Scott Vincent. Zacherley would wear ghoulish makeup and a long black coat as he performed various scientific experiments in his on-camera laboratory. He became beloved to viewers both young and old and continued his fame by also hosting "Zacherley At Large," the replacement title for Shock Theatre. In 1959, Zacherley came to local WOR-TV Channel 9 in New York City, hosting another late-night weekend horror entry, "Zacherley At 12."    

We hear the opening of the broadcast. Zacherley introduces tonight's film, "Werewolf Of London,"  which Zacherley states is pretty bad!                                         
#13350: SOAP OPERA EXCERPTS
1959-06-08, , 5 min.
Announcer

Excerpts from daytime soap operas include:

" From These Roots," (June 30, 1958-December 29, 1961)

"The Secret Storm,"  (April 1, 1954-February 8, 1974)

and "The Brighter Day." (January 4, 1954-Sept. 28, 1962)                                                             
#13751: SEARCH FOR TOMORROW
1962-09-03, CBS, min.
Mary Stuart, John Aniston

September 3rd, 1951-March 26th, 1982 (CBS)
March 29th, 1982- December 26th, 1986 (NBC)

Created by Roy Windsor, this durable daytime drama enjoyed a thirty-five year run on both CBS and finishing  on NBC,
Search For Tomorrow was sent in the town of Henderson and its main character was Joanne Gardner Barron Tate Vincente Tourneur
played by Mary Stuart for the show's entire run.                                                                              
#13771: SEARCH FOR TOMORROW
1962-09-10, CBS, min.
Mary Stuart, John Aniston

September 3rd, 1951-March 26th, 1982 (CBS)
March 29th, 1982- December 26th, 1986 (NBC)

Created by Roy Windsor, this durable daytime drama enjoyed a thirty-five year run on both CBS and finishing  on NBC,
Search For Tomorrow was sent in the town of Henderson and its main character was Joanne Gardner Barron Tate Vincente Tourneur
played by Mary Stuart for the show's entire run.                                                                                           
#13781: SAM BENEDICT
1962-09-15, NBC, min.
Edmond OBrien, Richard Rust, Joan Tompkins, Jacob W. Ehrlich, William Froug

September 15th, 1962-September 7th, 1963 (NBC)

An hour-long crime show based on the experiences of famed San Francisco trial lawyer Jacob W. "Jake" Ehrlich who serves as the series 

Edmond O'Brien portrayed Sam Benedict with Richard Rust as his young associate Hank Tabor and Joan Tompkins as his secretary, Trudy Warner. The series was produced by William Froug. 

Series premiere.                         
#13960: SECRET STORM, THE
1963-01-30, CBS, 13 min.
Cec Linder, James Vickery

February 1st, 1954- February 8th, 1974 (CBS)

Created by Roy Winsor, The Secret Storm was a daytime drama seen on CBS. It began as a fifteen-minute program and in June 1962, expanded to thirty minutes. The story centered on the comings and goings of the Ames family of Woodbridge until the late 1960s when the show was sold by American Home Products to CBS. For many years, the show was produced by Gloria Monty who was best-known for many years as the producer of "General Hospital." 

This episode is from January, 30th, 1963.         
#14014: SING-A-LONG WITH JFK
1963-03-29, , min.
John F. Kennedy

A satire on President Kennedy- music and words accompany Kennedy's original speeches.                         
#14105: SING-A-LONG WITH JFK
1963-05-18, , 32 min.
John F. Kennedy

A satire on President Kennedy and associates.                       
#14263: SPECIAL ON MILITARY TRAINING
1963-08-17, , min.
Host

The story of a marine drill instructor who trains recruits.              
#14315: SECRET STORM, THE
1963-09-26, CBS, min.
Cec Linder, James Vickery

February 1st, 1954- February 8th, 1974 (CBS)

Created by Roy Winsor, The Secret Storm was a daytime drama seen on CBS. It began as a fifteen-minute program and in June 1962, expanded to thirty minutes. The story centered on the comings and goings of the Ames family of Woodbridge until the late 1960s when the show was sold by American Home Products to CBS. For many years, the show was produced by Gloria Monty who was best-known for many years as the producer of "General Hospital." 

Episode of September 26th, 1963.                
#14697: SATIRE: MAXWELL TAYLOR AND CHAD MITCHELL
1964-12-27, WBAL, min.
Maxwell Taylor, Chad Mitchell

Satire about General Maxwell Taylor on Vietnam and Chad Mitchell, (a satire on the draft).                         
#16628: SOAP OPERA
1971-06-18, , min.
N/A

A daily soap opera.       
#16637: SOAP OPERA
1971-06-24, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera.       
#16643: SOAP OPERA
1971-06-28, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera.        
#16647: SECRET STORM, THE
1971-06-30, CBS, 20 min.
N/A, Cec Linder, James Vickery

February 1st, 1954- February 8th, 1974 (CBS)

Created by Roy Winsor, The Secret Storm was a daytime drama seen on CBS. It began as a fifteen-minute program and in June 1962, expanded to thirty minutes. The story centered on the comings and goings of the Ames family of Woodbridge until the late 1960s when the show was sold by American Home Products to CBS. For many years, the show was produced by Gloria Monty who was best-known for many years as the producer of "General Hospital." 

Episode of June 30th, 1971.                         
#16655: SOAP OPERA
1971-08-05, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera.         
#16666: SOAP OPERA
1971-09-02, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera        
#16720: SOAP OPERAS
1971-11-01, , min.
N/A

Daily soap operas.      
#16854: SOAP OPERA
1972-04-14, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera.     
#16867: SOAP OPERA
1972-04-20, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera         
#16898: SOAP OPERA
1972-04-30, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera.        
#16924: SOAP OPERA
1972-05-10, , min.
N/A

Daily soap opera. 
#5966: SLEEPING BEAUTY, THE
1972-12-24, WNET, 90 min.
Rudolph Nureyev, Veronica Tennant, The National Ballet Of Canada

"The Sleeping Beauty," a stunning major ballet production by an excellent company. Celia Franca, the artistic director of the National Ballet Of Canada, put together a handsome and resourceful version of this venerable ballet chestnut.
#17311: SOAP OPERA
1973-05-07, , min.
N/A

Daytime Soap Opera.            
#6402: SUNRISE SEMESTER
1975-12-11, CBS, 25 min.
Ari Kiev

1963-1980. An early-morning educational series, "Sunrise Semester" was CBS's answer to NBC's "Continental Classroom." Members of the faculty of New York University participated. This series began locally on WCBS Channel 2 in New York on September 23, 1956 at which time it aired from 6:30am to 7:45am. The telecasts presented television courses which could be taken for college credit by home viewers.

Professor Ari Kiev examines such topics as drug abuse, transcultural psychiatry, and the developing world.
#9382: SOMERSET
1976-01-09, NBC, 30 min.
Jordan Charney, Ann Wedgeworth

March 30th, 1970-December 31st, 1976.

This daytime drama was a spin-off of Another World. It was the first daytime soap to be spun-off from another and originally titled Another World/Somerset.                      
#9379: SMILING SATURDAY MORNING PREVIEW, THE
1976-09-10, NBC, 60 min.
Freddie Prinze

A preview of the Saturday morning program line-up.

Host: Freddie Prinze                       
#18197: SOAP OPERA
1977-10-04, , min.
N/A

Daytime soap opera.             
#18202: SPECIAL ON BING CROSBY
1977-10-14, , min.
Bing Crosby

Special on the death of Bing Crosby.             
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