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#8490: MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE: 43RD ANNUAL, THE
1969-11-27, NBC, 120 min.
Frank Gorshin, Julie Wilson, Guy Lombardo, Lorne Greene, Anita Gillette, Teresa Graves, Betty White, David Hartman, New York Mets, Four Seasons

The annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, one of the world's largest parades, is presented by the U.S. based department store chain Macy's. The parade started in 1924, tying it for the second-oldest Thanksgiving parade in the United States with America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit (with both parades being four years younger than Philadelphia's Thanksgiving Day Parade). The two-hour parade is held in Manhattan from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Thanksgiving Day, and has been televised nationally on NBC since 1952. Employees at Macy's department stores have the option of marching in the parade.

The 43rd Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade telecast live from New York City.

Hosts; Lorne Green and Betty White who would co-host The Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade from 1963 to 1972.     

Scheduled to appear are Anita Gillette, Julie Wilson, Teresa Graves, David Hartman, The Four Seasons, Frank Gorshin, and The New York Mets Championship Baseball team.  

 The annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, one of the world's largest parades, is presented by the U.S. based department store chain Macy's.The parade started in 1924,tying it for the second-oldest Thanksgiving parade in the United States with America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit (with both parades being four years younger than Philadelphia's Thanksgiving Day Parade). The two-hour parade is held in Manhattan from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Thanksgiving Day, and has been televised nationally on NBC since 1952. Employees at Macy's department stores have the option of marching in the parade

 It should come as no surprise that many of the telecasts from the 1950s thru the early 1970's are lost, and only one pre-1980 parade exists in full. Network broadcast Kinescopes and Video were either discarded, wiped, or never recorded.  Video recording software (3/4" U-Matic) was first released to the Public at great cost in 1971, and the Betamax (1975) and JVC VHS (1976) gave the public a means to record television broadcasts off the air, but, to date, it seems nobody at home elected to record a complete parade and kept it making the 1971-1979 parades more likely to be found possibly only as clips than the 1952-1971 parades. Certain footage from old telecasts has been shown in anniversary specials, showing that some still exist. Bootleg copies circa 1980 to the present have been posted on You Tube...most all playback reflecting poor to fair quality till the 2000's. 

During the first television years, the parade went through changes. Many of the parade's most iconic balloons were introduced in this period, such as Popeye, Bullwinkle, the Happy Dragon, Underdog, Smokey Bear, Linus the Lionhearted, Sinclair's Dino, and the first two Snoopy balloons. The toy float concept was introduced in the 1960s, with a turkey-shaped one, introduced in 1973, eventually becoming parade mascot Tom Turkey.

A few notable lost parades include the 1956 parade (when Mighty Mouse crashed at Herald Square), 1965 (the debut of Underdog), and 1971 (when all the balloons had to be removed due to bad weather).                                
#8375: JERRY LEWIS LABOR DAY TELETHON, THE
1973-09-02, WRGB, 300 min.
Jerry Lewis, Andy Williams, Carol Lawrence, Red Buttons, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Ed McMahon, Mel Torme, Phyllis Diller, Les Brown, Melba Moore, Peter Marshall, Gina Lollobrigida, Enzo Stuarti, David Hartman, Lennon Sisters, The New Seekers, Arti Johnson, Ed..., Steve;;;, John Gavin

Jerry Lewis's fund-raising campaign for Muscular Dystrophy from the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas which represents his first National MDA broadcast away from New York.  
  
The broadcast begins at 9 PM Eastern time on September 2nd, 1973 and concludes on September 3rd, 1973 at 6:30 PM Eastern time. This was the first time the telethon was telecast from Las Vegas.   

This year's Muscular Dystrophy Association of America telethon raised a record $12,395,983 in pledged money during its 21 1/2 hours of telecasting. There are numerous half hour cutaway breaks from the National broadcast...giving Jerry Lewis a break in the action, and these cutaways are hosted by a litany of hosts all over the country depending on the station broadcasting this marathon broadcast. In New York hosting at different intervals were Buddy Hackett, William B. Williams, Julius LaRosa and Soupy Sales and Mel Torme. In Nashville, Roy Clark hosted, etc. etc. This broadcast was recorded off the air in Schenectady New York, via station affiliate WRGB. 
The hosts of locally cutaway segments on this audio air check are that of Ed, and Steve. There segments equate to approximatively 120 minutes of this 300 minute TV Audio Air Check broadcast excerpt. 200 minutes (approximately 3 and half hours reflect the National segments).    

This broadcast recording begins at approximately 11:30 EST on Monday, September 3, 1973. John Gavin sings, "We've Got It." The New Seekers, British pop group perform, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing." Peter Marshall is praised by Jerry for his game show Hollywood Squares. There is a film promo for MSD. Carol Lawrence sings "A Bright Sunshiny Day, and "Sand Dance." Her husband Robert Goulet and Carol talk with Jerry. Paul Anka who flew in specifically to sing on the show a rendition of "I Did it My Way," changing the lyrics related to Jerry Lewis's MDA telethon contributions sings this version. Phyllis Diller does a stand-up routine. 
Andy Williams introduces each of the Lennon Sisters, Janet, Kathy, Peggy, and Dee Dee. Williams sings, "Close to You."
We get a local feed with Mel Torme who sings a duet with Jerry and then interviews Gina Lollobrigida who discusses her photography book "Italia Mia" containing three years of her work...a collection of 191 still pictures of Italians your and elders, families, sights and scenery. 
Enzo Stuart sings "Maria." Red Buttons performs and sings "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," and his signature song, "HO HO."    
Jerry wraps up the broadcast stating that when he began work for MDA he had but one secretary in 1950 and now his fund raising event is the second biggest in America. Jerry signs off singing, "You'll Never Walk Alone."                                                                                                         
#8375A: JERRY LEWIS LABOR DAY TELETHON, THE
1973-09-02, WRGB, 200 min.
Jerry Lewis, Andy Williams, Carol Lawrence, Red Buttons, Paul Anka, Robert Goulet, Ed McMahon, Mel Torme, Phyllis Diller, Les Brown, Melba Moore, Peter Marshall, Gina Lollobrigida, Enzo Stuarti, David Hartman, Lennon Sisters, The New Seekers, Arti Johnson, John Gavin

Jerry Lewis's fund-raising campaign for Muscular Dystrophy from the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas which represents his first National MDA broadcast away from New York.  
  
The National television broadcast begins at 9 PM Eastern time on September 2nd, 1973 and concludes on September 3rd, 1973 at 6:30 PM Eastern time. This was the first time the Jerry Lewis Labor Day National Telethon was telecast from Las Vegas.   

This year's Muscular Dystrophy Association of America telethon raised a record $12,395,983 in pledged money during its 21 1/2 hours of telecasting. There are numerous half hour cutaway breaks from the National broadcast...giving Jerry Lewis a break in the action, and these cutaways are hosted by a litany of hosts all over the country depending on the station broadcasting this marathon broadcast. 

NOTE: THIS TAPE HAS NONE OF THE LOCAL CUTAWAY MATERIAL...ONLY THE NATIONAL BROADCAST EXCERPTS WITH THE STARS LISTED HERE, WHO WERE RECORDED. MANY PERSONALITIES APPEARING ON THE 
COMPLETE BROADCAST WERE NOT AUDIO TAPED AND THEREFORE NOT PRESENT IN THIS PRESENTATION.  

 In New York hosting at different intervals were Buddy Hackett, William B. Williams, Julius LaRosa and Soupy Sales and Mel Torme. In Nashville, Roy Clark hosted, etc. etc. This broadcast was recorded off the air in Schenectady New York, via station affiliate WRGB. 
The hosts of locally cutaway segments on this audio air check are that of Ed, and Steve. Their segments equate to approximatively 120 minutes of this 300 minute TV Audio Air Check broadcast excerpt. 

SEE ATA#8375. 
 
200 minutes (approximately 3 and half hours reflect the National segments).    

This broadcast recording begins at approximately 11:30 EST on Monday, September 3, 1973. John Gavin sings, "We've Got It." The New Seekers, British pop group perform, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing." Peter Marshall is praised by Jerry for his game show Hollywood Squares. There is a film promo for MSD. Carol Lawrence sings "A Bright Sunshiny Day, and "Sand Dance." Her husband Robert Goulet and Carol talk with Jerry. Paul Anka who flew in specifically to sing on the show a rendition of "I Did it My Way," changing the lyrics related to Jerry Lewis's MDA telethon contributions sings this version. Phyllis Diller does a stand-up routine. 
Andy Williams introduces each of the Lennon Sisters, Janet, Kathy, Peggy, and Dee Dee. Williams sings, "Close to You."
We get a local feed with Mel Torme who sings a duet with Jerry and then interviews Gina Lollobrigida who discusses her photography book "Italia Mia" containing three years of her work...a collection of 191 still pictures of Italians your and elders, families, sights and scenery. 
Enzo Stuart sings "Maria." Red Buttons performs and sings "Brother Can You Spare a Dime," and his signature song, "HO HO."    
Jerry wraps up the broadcast stating that when he began work for MDA he had but one secretary in 1950 and now his fund raising event is the second biggest in America. Jerry signs off singing, "You'll Never Walk Alone."                                                                                                                                                
#5975: MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET
1973-12-14, WCBS, 120 min.
Jim Backus, Sebastian Cabot, Tom Bosley, Jane Alexander, David Doyle, Liam Dunn, Roddy McDowell, David Hartman, Suzanne Davidson, James Gregory, Roland Winters, Conrad Janis, Ellen Weston, Jason Wingreen, Burt Mustin

A new version of the comedy-drama based on the 1947 film about a department store Santa who tries to convince a little girl who doesn't believe in Santa Claus that he really is Santa and goes on trial to prove it.
#6081: EMMY AWARDS:26TH ANNUAL
1974-05-28, NBC, 120 min.
Carol Burnett, Carol Lawrence, Johnny Carson, Rock Hudson, Robert Goulet, Rod Steiger, Richard Chamberlain, Ginger Rogers, Dick Van Dyke, Nanette Fabray, Eva Marie Saint, Leslie Caron, Martin Balsam, David Hartman

Johnny Carson is the host for the ceremonies, telecast live from Hollywood's Pantages Theatre. Presenters include Martin Balsam, Carol Burnett, Leslie Caron, Richard Chamberlain, Nanette Fabray, Robert Goulet, David Hartman, Rock Hudson, Carol Lawrence, Ginger Rogers, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Steiger, and Dick Van Dyke.             
#17730: EMMY AWARDS:26TH ANNUAL
1974-05-28, NBC, min.
Carol Burnett, Carol Lawrence, Johnny Carson, Rock Hudson, Robert Goulet, Rod Steiger, Richard Chamberlain, Ginger Rogers, Dick Van Dyke, Nanette Fabray, Eva Marie Saint, Leslie Caron, Martin Balsam, David Hartman

Johnny Carson is the host for the ceremonies, telecast live from Hollywood's Pantages Theatre. Presenters include Martin Balsam, Carol Burnett, Leslie Caron, Richard Chamberlain, Nanette Fabray, Robert Goulet, David Hartman, Rock Hudson, Carol Lawrence, Ginger Rogers, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Steiger, and Dick Van Dyke.  

Duplicate of # 6081.                       
#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.
#8208: GOOD MORNING AMERICA
1976-02-13, ABC, 30 min.
Nancy Dussault, David Hartman

            
#7903: DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS, THIRD ANNUAL THE
1976-05-11, CBS, 90 min.
Bob Barker, Dinah Shore, Helen Gallagher, Sylvia Fine, Ken Roberts, James Coco, Rita Moreno, Allen Ludden, Bert Convy, McDonald Carey, David Hartman, Bob Eubanks, Rachel Jackson, Larry Haines, Kitty Carlisle, Northern Calloway, David Kirschner, Mary Frickett

Bob Barker is the host for this third Daytime Emmy's award program special, live from New York's Lincoln Center.

Telecast on CBS television 3:00 to 4:30 PM.

3rd Daytime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series

All My Children
Another World
Days of Our Lives
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series

Macdonald Carey (Dr. Tom Horton, Days of our Lives)
Bill Hayes (Doug Williams, Days of our Lives)
John Beradino (Dr. Steve Hardy, General Hospital)
Shepperd Strudwick (Victor Lord, One Life to Live)
Larry Haines (Stu Bergman, Search for Tomorrow)
Michael Nouri (Steve Kaslo, Search for Tomorrow)

Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Frances Heflin (Mona Kane, All My Children)
Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie Olson, Days of Our Lives)
Denise Alexander (Dr. Lesley Williams Faulkner, General Hospital)
Helen Gallagher (Maeve Ryan, Ryan's Hope)
Mary Stuart (Joanne Vincente, Search for Tomorrow)

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Writing

All My Children
The Edge of Night
Guiding Light
The Young and the Restless
Days of our Lives

Outstanding Daytime Drama Series Directing
The Doctors
One Life to Live
The Young and the Restless

Outstanding Game Show

The $20,000 Pyramid - A Bob Stewart Production for ABC (Syn. by Viacom)
The Price Is Right - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Viacom)
Match Game - A Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Production for CBS (Syn. by Jim Victory)
The Hollywood Squares - A Heatter-Quigley Production for NBC (Syn. by Filmways)
Let's Make a Deal - A Stefan Hatos-Monty Hall Production for ABC (Syn. by WorldVision)
Outstanding Game Show Host
Allen Ludden (Password)
Peter Marshall (The Hollywood Squares)
Geoff Edwards (Jackpot)

NOTE: Bert Convy, Bob Eubanks and Bobby Van sing a tribute number to Game Shows.
Dinah Shore sings "Fly Away."

Ken Roberts is the announcer.


                                                              
#10093: ABC'S SILVER ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
1978-02-05, ABC, 240 min.
Chuck Connors, Redd Foxx, Howard Cosell, John Wayne, Ernest Borgnine, Alan King, Vince Edwards, Frank Gifford, Tom Bosley, Howard Duff, Ron Howard, Dick Clark, Keith Jackson, Annette Funicello, Patty Duke, David Hedison, John Forsythe, Edie Adams, Richard Crenna, John Astin, Ray Bolger, James Brown, Charo, Barbara Eden, Lola Falana, Gabriel Kaplan, Kaptain Kool and The Kongs, Cheryl Ladd, Billy Crystal, Steve Forrest, Norman Fell, Bernie Kopell, Robert Conrad, Karen Carpenter, Richard Carpenter, John Denver, Kate Jackson, Edward Asner, David Hartman, Robert Blake, Jodie Foster, Daryl Dragon, Paul Burke, Katherine Helmond, The Lennon Sisters, Clayton Moore, ulie Andrews, Michael Ansara, David Carradine, Dennis Cross

ABC television celebrates it's Silver Anniversary. Highlights of twenty-five years of network programming are presented with a bevy of stars appearing for the event. 


                                                 
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