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#19051: GREAT SATCHMO, THE
1957-09-08, , 63 min.
Edward R. Murrow, Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong is profiled. He is interviewed by Edward R. Murrow in Paris during his world tour. A number of his instrumentals are heard, including "Mack The Knife."          
#14053: GIRL TALK WITH VIRGINIA GRAHAM
1963-04-12, SYN, min.
Virginia Graham, Genevieve, Virginia Steel, Doris Carr

1963-1970 (Syndicated)    

Virginia Graham hosted this talk show for women for most of its run. She was replaced by Betsy Palmer in 1969. Produced and directed by Monty Morgan. 

On today's show, the guest are Genevieve, Virginia Steel, and Doris Carr.

Host: Virginia Graham.                    
#15349: GEORGE LINCOLN ROCKWELL SPEECH
1967-09-18, , 9 min.
George Lincoln Rockwell

George Lincoln Rockwell, head of the American Nazi Party, gives a talk before a college audience, attacking Jews.           
#10014: GUIDELINE: THE CATHOLIC HOUR.
1969-08-24, NBC, 30 min.
Don Dunphy, Carmen Basilio

January 4, 1953 - August 30, 1970

Long-running religious series shared a time slot with FRONTIERS OF FAITH and THE ETERNAL LIGHT. Produced by NBC in cooperation with the National Council of Catholic Men.

Don Dunphy interviews middleweight boxing champion Carmen Basilio...a rare side of 
Basilio one seldom gets to hear in this half hour interview. 
The only one-on-one television interview he is known for accepting. The other a 1957 TV interview  with Mike Wallace on "The Mike Wallace Interview."  

Host: Don Dunphy.                                       
#TW21: GISELE MACKENZIE BETTER HALF HOUR, THE
1969-09-09, N/A, 17 min.
Ruby Keeler, Jane Kean, Gisele MacKenzie

Talk and singing - Ruby Keeler, Jane Kean.             
#19022: GOLDEN AGE OF RADIO WITH ROB LAWRENCE
1973-04-30, , 60 min.
Fred Dickey, John Furman, Rob Lawrence

Broadcast every Saturday night from 9 to 10PM on WHRL 103.1 FM in Albany, NY.
Tonight's guests are John S. Furman and Fred Dickey, old time radio fans and collectors. They discuss the resurgence of Old Time Radio and play segments of many broadcasts. Listeners call into the show and have questions and comments. 
John Furman mentions he has been collecting OTR for the past two years and this is his first interview appearance on a radio program. He relates anecdotes about how he first became infatuated with Old Time Radio and States he has 1,000 programs and a 50 page catalog that listeners can obtain.                                                           
#6346: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1975-12-11, ABC, 120 min.
Nancy Dussault, Rona Barrett, Burt Reynolds, David Hartman, Maxine Fiel, Mark Chartrand

November 3, 1975-Present. ABC Network's first early-morning effort. Its format, similar to "Today Show" - a two-hour blend of news, interviews, and features. David Hartman was the show's host from 1975 to 1987. His first co-host was actress Nancy Dussault, who left in April of 1977. Rona Barrett reported on Hollywood news.

Discussion: "Is Astrology a Hoax?" with Maxine Fiel, Dr. Mark Chartrand. Interview with Burt Reynolds.
#19206: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1976-08-12, ABC, 7 min.
Nancy Dussault, David Hartman, Steve Bell, Geraldo Rivera, Watergate Committee members

November 3, 1975-Present. ABC Network's first early-morning effort. Its format, similar to "Today Show" - a two-hour blend of news, interviews, and features. David Hartman was the show's host from 1975 to 1987. His first co-host was actress Nancy Dussault, who left in April of 1977. Rona Barrett reported on Hollywood news.

Guests: Geraldo Rivera, Steve Bell, Watergate Committee, members.
#8213: GOODNIGHT AMERICA: SEARCH FOR SEXUAL IDENTITY, THE
1977-04-28, ABC, 90 min.
Christine Jorgensen, Steven Dain, Geraldo Rivera, David Kopay, John Money, Betty Powell, Ginny Apuzzo

Geraldo Rivera talks with the family of a homosexual and discusses sex-change operations with Dr. John Money of Johns Hopkins Medical Center.              
#8209: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1977-06-07, ABC, 180 min.
Rona Barrett, Robert Trout, Frank Reynolds, Peter Jennings, Sandy Hill

Live coverage of Queen Elizabeth's the second 25th Silver Jubilee, from London, England. Rona Barrett is substitute host for the vacationing David Hartman. Sandy Hill is co-host. 
          
#8210: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1977-06-08, ABC, 120 min.
Rona Barrett, Sandy Hill, Leonel J. Castillo

Guest is Leonel J. Castillo, commissioner of immigration and naturalization. Rona Barrett is substitute host. Sandy Hill is co-host.            
#8211: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1977-06-09, ABC, 120 min.
Rona Barrett, Andrea McArdle, Sandy Hill, Thomas Drake, Philomena Drake

Rona Barrett is the substitute host for vacationing David Hartman. Sandy Hill is co-host.             
#8212: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1977-06-10, ABC, 120 min.
Rona Barrett, Liza Minnelli, Sandy Hill, Juanita Castro

A report on obesity as a disease is featured. Rona Barrett is substitute host. Sandy Hill is co-host.             
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