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#6967E: TONIGHT! STARRING STEVE ALLEN
1956-04-06, WRCA, 25 min.
Steve Allen, Andy Williams, Skitch Henderson, Gene Rayburn, Eydie Gorme, Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis, Pat Kirby, Oscar Peterson Trio, Ray Brown

 September 27, 1954 - January 25, 1957

This broadcasts is joined in progress at 12:30am April 7, 1956.
Highlights:

Andy Williams and Pat Kirby sing "There Will Never Be Another You, " and "I Thought About You."

Steve plays piano.

Eydie Gorme sings, "And The Angels Sing."

Steve Allen introduces Oscar Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on Bass. Two numbers by the Oscar Peterson Trio are performed, "Will You Still Be Mine?" and "How About You."

Steve mentions new album by the trio, and that after winding up their act currently at Basin Street, they will be in Philadelphia performing at The Blue Note. 

Steve, who praises Oscar, briefly chats with him about current and future  engagements by the Oscar Peterson Trio (9 minute segment). 
Gene Rayburn signs off with a station break.  

NOTE: One of the very first television appearances by Oscar Peterson, 30 years old at the time, and  of the Oscar Peterson Trio performing together on network TV. 

The first host of THE TONIGHT SHOW, which was then titled TONIGHT!, Steve Allen, began his broadcast career as a disc jockey. On July 27, 1953 Steve Allen began hosting a local show over WRCA-TV which ran from 11:20 P.M. to Midnight , Mondays through Fridays, sponsored by Knickerbocker Beer, developed by station executive Ted Cott to lure a potential sponsor, Rupert Breweries, away from a late-night show on New York's Channel 7 (TALK OF THE TOWN), hosted by Louis Nye, who would later be featured on Steve Allen's Sunday Night Variety Show.  

After a successful fourteen-month local run, THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW became a network show. Beginning September 27, 1954, the show retitled TONIGHT!, and expanded to 105 minutes from 40 minutes. 
 
NOTE: Sound of this Television Audio Air Check is PRISTINE. A rare return to an early TONIGHT! STARRING STEVE ALLEN broadcast when Late Night Television was so informal and relaxed with open ended time dedicated to a person, topic, music, or just impromptu  comedy.  
The basic format of The Tonight! Show was established during Allen's tenure: an opening monologue, a segment involving the studio audience (through interviews or games such as "Stump the Band"), and a simple set (a desk and chair for the host, a couch for the guests), all trademarks of the Allen era. Allen inaugurated the out-of-town broadcast (the first one was done from Miami), the one guest show (Carl Sandburg was the first solo guest), and the one topic show (entire programs devoted to such subjects as narcotics, civil rights, and black music). Allen also established the practice of paying his guests only "scale," the minimum fee required by union-network contract (this practice led to a highly publicized  feud between Steve Allen and Ed Sullivan and later between Jack Paar and Ed Sullivan, as Sullivan paid top dollar for his guests). Though Allen's Tonight! show closely resembled the shows of his successors, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson, it was more a musical show; Allen himself was an accomplished musician and composer (he wrote his theme, "This Could Be The Start of Something Big"), and he employed a nucleus of musical regulars on his show. In addition to announcer – sidekick Gene Rayburn, the show featured singers Steve Lawrence (who was only seventeen when he began singing on Allen's local show), Eydie Gormé (who subsequently married Steve Lawrence), Andy Williams (who later hosted several series of his own), and Pat Marshall (who was succeeded by Pat Kirby).  Skitch Henderson led the Orchestra.                                                                                                                                               
#13061: FACE THE NATION PANEL
1956-11-04, WCBS, 10 min.
Eleanor Roosevelt, Peter Lisagor, Margaret Chase Smith, Josip Broz Tito, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Griffing Bancroft, William Hines Jr., Arthur Sylvester

November 7, 1954-April 20, 1961
September 15, 1963-

Host: Griffing Bancroft 
William Hines jr (Washington Star), 
Arthur Sylvester (Newark News), 
Peter Lisagor (Chicago Daily News).  

Eleanor Roosevelt attacks Middle Eastern foreign policy, discusses the Soviet Union and states that the world situation is not presently a good one, pointing out that here has been a failure of current American leadership. 

Senator Margaret Chase Smith comments on the current crises in the Middle East, Yugoslavian leader Tito, Egyptian Prime Minister  Nasser...latest news related to  Secretary of State John Foster Dulles cancer diagnosis...her confidence that Herbert Hoover Jr. will be effective substituting for Dulles if necessary. Smith states that there is currently high prosperity in the USA and that President Eisenhower will be reelected for a second term as President.

NOTE: Roosevelt and Smith were the first two women to appear on "Face The Nation," on its second anniversary broadcast.                                                    
#GR4: MATINEE THEATER: "CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION"
1956-12-13, WNBC, min.
John Conte, Val Dufour, Phil Gries, Gary Rutkowski, Norman Alden, Robert Burton, Patricia Cutts, Terence de Marney, Bryan Grant, Lumsden Hare, Edmund Hashim, Peter Mamakos, Justice Watson

    October 31, 1955 - June 13, 1958


Captain Brassbound, a vindictive sea captain, swears revenge on a visiting Englishman whom he blames for his mother's death.

This peerless COMPLETE AUDIO AIR CHECK broadcast  of "CAPTAIN BRASSBOUND'S CONVERSION" was restored by Phil Gries from an original 1/4" reel to reel audio tape discovered and obtained by archivist scholar Gary Rutkowski (www.savetv.tv).

Matinee Theater  was an American anthology series that aired on NBC during the Golden Age of Television, from October 31, 1955,[ to June 27, 1958 (including last two weeks of re-runs).
 
The series was broadcast on NBC television daily from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Time, was usually broadcast LIVE and most of the time in color. Its live dramas were presented with minimal sets and costumes. During its three-year series run there were 7000 different performers employed, and hundreds of talented writers and directors who navigated its peerless television run, using 4,200 sets, 210,000 props, and 15,000 costumes.
 
Host for this series was John Conti.

When it was broadcast, Matinee Theater was the most heavily promoted regularly scheduled daytime program on U.S. television, part of the network's effort to "provide quality 'adult' entertainment" in daytime programming. 
 
The series ended in 1958 due to its high budget, much higher than any other daytime program in television. A few of the later episodes were preserved on color film for later rerun syndication under different titles.

Almost all of the 590 original and 81 re-run episodes broadcast have been wiped, destroyed, or are not known to exist any longer in any broadcast form (audio or kinescope, or video).

UCLA Film & TV has 20 different kinescopes in their archive, most not accessible. 

The Library of Congress has only TWO kinescopes in their archive, each on separate negative audio tracks, and separate 16mm Negative Kinescopes. However in 1986 when NBC TV donated 18,600 of their extant kinescopes (1948-1975) to the LOC, their was notated at that time SEVEN separate kinescopes (separate 16mm films and corresponding Negative Optical Sound tracks), for the broadcast dates, Oct. 31, 1955, Nov. 28, 1955, Nov. 29, 1955, Dec. 20, 1955, April 20, 1956, May 3, 1956 & Dec. 10, 1956. 

The Paley Center for Media has THREE composite kinescopes in their archive. 

*The following FOUR television audio air checks are extant in the Archival Television Audio, Inc. collection, archived on ¼” reel to reel audio tape originally used to record these programs off the air, direct line, resulting in excellent playback sound, at the time of their original broadcast. 

*All FOUR titles extant in the ATA archive are not included in the above three major USA media archives.

6 Nov. 1956
ATA#GR1 The Tell-Tale Heart – November 6, 1956

In this classic Edgar Allan Poe story, a man commits a murder, but afterward the victim's beating heart torments the murderer's mind.


5 Feb. 1957
ATA#GR2 Frankenstein – February 5, 1957 

An obsessed scientist assembles a living being from parts of exhumed corpses.


15 Feb. 1957
ATA#GR3 The Others – February 15, 1957
 7.8 (21)
 
A governess battles to save two children from an evil supernatural force.

13 Dec. 1956
ATA#GR4 Captain Brassbound's Conversion – December 13, 1957

Captain Brassbound, a vindictive sea captain, swears revenge on a visiting Englishman whom he blames for his mother's death.

*The scripts of the MATINEE THEATER series' later episodes are archived at the University of California, Los Angeles.
                                                                                                                 
#6967: TONIGHT! STARRING STEVE ALLEN
1957-01-25, WRCA, 87 min.
Steve Allen, Hy Gardner, Gene Krupa, Audrey Meadows, Milt Kamen, Jack Lescoulie, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Hackett, Bob Considine, Jayne Meadows, Peter Lawford, Irwin Corey, George Gobel, Ray McKinley, Doc Severinsen, Earl Wilson, Tina Louise, Micki Marlo, John Crosby, Sammy Davis, Sally Powers, Maggie Pierce, Dorothy Miller, Joe Interleggi, Vic Marcell, Jim Moran, Pat Marshall, Mrs. Sterling, Pat Kirby, Edie Gorme, Gene Raymond, Miki Marlo, Sol Yagid

September 27, 1954 - January 25, 1957. This evenings telecast is the final TONIGHT! show starring Steve Allen. A farewell party is staged. All the regular singers are featured in musical numbers and Steve uses some of the 'gimmicks which found great popularity on show during the 2 1/2 years on air, including the big salami, and goo goo dolls. Steve speaks briefly to some of the men on the new "Tonight" show which starts next week. They include Jack Lescoulie, Earl Wilson, Hy Gardner, & Bob Considine. 

The basic format of The Tonight! Show was established during Allen's tenure: an opening monologue, a segment involving the studio audience (through interviews or games such as "Stump the Band"), and a simple set (a desk and chair for the host, a couch for the guests), all trademarks of the Allen era. Allen inaugurated the out-of-town broadcast (the first one was done from Miami), the one guest show (Carl Sandburg was the first solo guest), and the one topic show (entire programs devoted to such subjects as narcotics, civil rights, and black music). Allen also established the practice of paying his guests only "scale," the minimum fee required by union-network contract (this practice led to a highly publicized  feud between Steve Allen and Ed Sullivan and later between Jack Paar and Ed Sullivan, as Sullivan paid top dollar for his guests). Though Allen's Tonight! show closely resembled the shows of his successors, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson, it was more a musical show; Allen himself was an accomplished musician and composer (he wrote his theme, "This Could Be The Start of Something Big"), and he employed a nucleus of musical regulars on his show. In addition to announcer – sidekick Gene Rayburn, the show featured singers Steve Lawrence (who was only seventeen when he began singing on Allen's local show), Eydie Gormé (who subsequently married Steve Lawrence), Andy Williams (who later hosted several series of his own), and Pat Marshall (who was succeeded by Pat Kirby).  Skitch Henderson led the Orchestra.                                                    
#5895: RUGGLES OF RED GAP
1957-02-03, WNBC, 80 min.
Jane Powell, Paul Lynde, Hal Linden, Peter Lawford, Imogene Coca, David Wayne, Michael Redgrave, Joan Holloway, The Buster Davis Choir

Based on the 1915 book by Harry Leon Wilson. A cattleman on a trip to Europe, wins a stuffy English valet in a poker game whose escapades in adjusting to life in America are challenged. Garry Moore introduces the program. Slight variations in sound quality. No end credits. This is a lost television broadcast.
#19291: NAT KING COLE SHOW,
1957-10-15, NBC, 25 min.
Stan Getz, Oscar Peterson, Jo Jones, Coleman Hawkins, Roy Eldridge, Nat King Cole, Oscar Peterson Trio, Jazz at the Philharmonic, Flip Edwards, Norman Granz, Duke Phillips, Illinois Jacquet, Randy Van Horne Singers, Nelson Riddle Orchestra

November 5, 1956 - June 24, 1957 (15 minutes)
July 2, 1957 - December 17, 1957 (30 minutes)   

When Nat King Cole' NBC TV series began November 5, 1956 it originated from New York City while Cole was winding up his current stint at the Copacabana. After the fourth broadcast the series was broadcast from Los Angeles. where it would remain for its complete run. 

Nat King Cole became the first major black performer to headline a network variety series. His 15 minute show filled the remainder of the half hour in which NBC TV aired its nightly news program, THE HUNTLEY BRINKLY REPORT. 

On July 2, 1957 THE NAT KING COLE SHOW became a half hour program. Many stars appeared on the show for minimum fees as personal favors to him, in an effort to bolster low ratings. But the efforts were in vain, and it would be another decade before a black entertainer could begin to make a significant dent into he mass medium of television. 

Nat King Cole sings, "Only a Paper Moon," "Sweet Lorraine," "With Your on my Mind," "Stompin' At The Savoy," 

Nat King Cole with Oscar Peterson Jr. "Tenderly."

 Norman Granz introduces some of the musicians from his, "Jazz At The Philharmonic" series. Ganz has just completed his 18th annual tour. Nat King Cole tells his audience that this is the  first television appearance of, "Jazz At The Philharmonic." 

Opening is not archived. Otherwise complete. 

                                          
#7240: "PETER POTTER'S JUKEBOX JURY"
1958-09-25, WNTA, 00 min.
Steve Allen, Jane Powell, George Gobel, Peter Potter, Suzanne Alexander, Lizabeth Scott

Los Angeles Deejay Peter Potter hosted this 1958-1959 revival series (syndicated in 1953, the show had a brief network run on KNXT, ABC-TV, and later on KRCA, Los Angeles, 1955-1957). Celebrities predict if a new song will be a hit by just listening to the complete song. Celebrity panel for this show included Steve Allen, Jane Powell, George Gobel, Lizabeth Scott and hostess Suzanne Alexander. New songs voted on include Philip Crosby's "The Ball Of Love", Nat King Cole's "Non Dimenticar", and Paul Hampton's "The Longer I Love You." A Canada Dry club soda commercial is heard.            
#9413: TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
1958-11-05, WRCA, 51 min.
Jack Paar, Oscar Levant, Jose Melis, Genevieve, Evelyn Rudie, Hy Averback, Peter Menjou, Mary McCarty, Adolf Menjou

July 29, 1957- March 30,1962. 

Second broadcast from Hollywood, California.

Announcer, Hy Averback subs for Hugh Downs.

This was the first time that Oscar Levant appeared on television with Jack Paar. Apparently the repartee between Paar & Levant were in some questionable taste...some humor at the expense of the mentally and emotionally disturbed. Oscar Levant, having himself been in sanitariums for the mentally ill would always quip with sharp humor about conditions at these facilities as well as his own neurosis and foibles. There would be ten future guest appearances by Oscar Levant on the JACK PAAR TONIGHT SHOW, as well as the JACK PAAR PROGRAM and one special JACK PAAR PRESENTS. 

Those guest appearances included: (*Indicates archived by ATA). 

TONIGHT SHOW JACK PAAR
1-*November 5, 1958
2-November 12, 1958
3-March 6, 1959
4-March 13, 1959
5-April 26, 1960

JACK PAAR PRESENTS
*April 26, 1960

JACK PAAR PROGRAM
1-*December 7, 1962
2-*February 8, 1963
3-October `11, 1963
4-*April 3, 1964
5-*December 18, 1964

On the segment "It's All Relative" guest is Peter Menjou, son of Adolf Menjou.

*Most of this series does not survive in any broadcast form. Kinescopes were discarded, burned, decomposed...whereabouts unknown. 2" Quadruplex Video Tape was expensive ($300 for a one hour reel), weighting 26 pounds, requiring great storage space. Video Tape could easily be erased and was used for new program recordings...retained briefly for a re-run and then erased or discarded. Legend has it that even Jack Paar himself hired a junk man to come to his home garage and paid to have JACK PAAR TONIGHT SHOW recordings discarded (reels of kinescopes and video tapes) that were now cluttering up his space. 

During this era in television history archiving television programming was not a primary concern or vision, and considered an arcane pursuit. 

ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO, INC. retains over 70 complete and excerpt JACK PAAR TONIGHT SHOW air checks (34 hours), including the complete Jack Paar's first anniversary telecast which was broadcast live from Havana Cuba (June 28, 1958). These originally recorded off the air pristine sound direct line 1/4" reel to reel audio tracks, recorded at the time of the original broadcasts, represent the only broadcast record of a "lost" visual telecast. ATA is the largest single repository (one collection), in the United Sates of Jack Paar Tonight Shows recordings. The combined archives of The Library of Congress, Paley Center for Media, and UCLA Film & Television retain a composite total of 13 hours of representative JACK PAAR TONIGHT SHOW broadcasts excerpts...none complete. 



 For four years and eight months Jack Paar reigned supreme as host of the TONIGHT SHOW with a crew of regulars, but only two stayed with him for the entire run; announcer Hugh Downs and band leader Jose Melis, a former army buddy. Familiar faces who appeared many times with Jack included Dody Goodman, Betty Johnson, Elsa Maxwell, Alexander King, Genevieve, Jack Douglas; and wife Reiko, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hans Conreid, Peggy Cass, Cliff (Charley Weaver) Arquette, and Jonathan Winters.

 Hugh Downs substituted for Jack Paar 79 times, more than any other substitute host. There were 20 different substitute hosts for Paar over the period of the series run. Joey Bishop substituted for Paar 31 times. Arlene Francis, 30 times, Jonathan Winters, 26 times, Orson Bean, 21 times and Johnny Carson 15 times. All together there were 243 broadcasts which had substitute hosts filling in for Paar during Jack Paar's TONIGHT SHOW tenure. The title of the late night broadcast changed to THE JACK PAAR SHOW which took effect on February 3, 1958. The first video-taped broadcast aired on January 5, 1959. "Best of Paar " Re-runs began on July 10,1959. Beginning July 20, 1959 Jack Paar began taking off Monday nights & guest hosts would substitute for him (approximately on alternate Mondays). The first color broadcast aired on September 19, 1960.
Theme music, "Everything is Coming Up Roses" was first used beginning in the Fall of 1959. 

Location broadcast telecasts of the program telecast away from the Hudson Theater in New York City occurred 14 times during this series run. 

Jan. 13-17, 1958                     Miami Beach, Florida
July 28, 1958                        Havana,Cuba           
Nov. 3-21, 1958                      Hollywood, California
March 2-20, 1959                     Hollywood, California
Nov. 10-12, 1959                  Nassau, Bahamas (Video Tape)
Nov. 30- Dec. 10, 1959               Hollywood, California
March 28-April 1, 1960            London, England (Video Tape)
Nov.9-11, 1960                    Hawaii (Video Tape) - b&w
Nov.14-24, 1960                     Hollywood, California
March 21-24, 1961                 London, England (Video Tape)
Sept. 12-14, 1961                 West Berlin (Video Tape)
Nov. 14-17, 1961                  Hollywood, California (Tape)
Nov. 21-24, 1961                  Hollywood, California (Tape)
March 13-16, 1962                 London, England (Video Tape)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
#13341: WORLD CONGRESS OF FLIGHT AT LAS VEGAS
1959-04-19, NBC, 25 min.
Roy Neal, Bob Considine, Bob Cummings, Jimmy Doolittle, Curtis Le May, Jacqueline Cochran, Eddie Rickenbacker, Prince Bernard of the Netherlands, Scott Crossfield, Bob White, Nathan Twining, Thomas D. White, Piers Anderton, Frank Lahm, E.R. Quesada, Dr. Theodore Von Karman, Robert Gillery, Orville Wright, Chuck Yeager, Forrest S. Petersen, Dr. Edward Teller, Craig Wilson

A SPECIAL NBC TV Broadcast broadest on Video Tape, recorded in Las Vegas, Nevada sponsored by General Motors Corporation. A retrospective on the age of flight and the dawn of the space age, climaxing a congress meeting at Las Vegas. Narrated by Bob Considine. 

An NBC NEWS SPECIAL PROJECTS produced by Roy Neal. 

At the World Congress of Flight in Las Vegas, Nevada, 
representatives of 42 nations meet to discuss airship, missile, and space progress and  plans. Bob Considine is host of this report from McCarran Field, Indiana Springs Gunnery Range and the Las Vegas Race Track. 

A description of aviation now and in the future, descriptions by Bob Considine, Jacqueline Cochran, General Curtis Le May, Jimmy Doolittle, General Nathan Twining, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Bob Cummings, actor and Air Force Reserve officer, jet pilots Scott Crossfield and Capt. Bob White and others describe future airliners and space vehicles.

American and foreign aircraft, missiles and spaceships are described on the ground and in flight. 

Discussions related to the X-15 is discussed, the F105 new fighter planes, and F106 defensive planes, as well as a segment on helicopters, and a half plane, half car vehicle. 

Included are two General Motors plugs for their FIREBIRD 3 elaborate automobile, the most advanced ever built.  

Dr. Edward Teller, called the father of the H-bomb, makes a plea for international amity in the conquest of space. Frank Lahm, one of the oldest pilots alive, a man who had been taught to fly by the Wright Brothers, winds up the telecast, saying there is no reason to doubt that man will travel in space. 

NOTE: This peerless television audio air check survives only as audio preserved by Archival Television Audio, Inc. 
Phil Gries has improved the audio track from its original marginal quality when originally broadcast on NBC TV April 19, 1959. 
                                                                                                                     
#8159: FORD STARTIME PRESENTS: "MY THREE ANGELS."
1959-12-08, NBC, 90 min.
Barry Sullivan, Walter Slezak, George Grizzard, Byron Sanders, Carmen Mathews, Will Kuluva, Ruth Hammond, Peter Donat, Henry Daniell

  Television adaptation comedy about three escaping convicts living on Devil's Island, a penal colony in French Guiana, who come to the defense of Felix Ducotel and his family who are harassed by a cruel business man and his nephew, with the assistance of a snake. 

In 1955, same story, different title, the release of the motion picture, "WE'RE NO ANGELS" starred Humphrey Bogart, Peter Ustinov, and Aldo Ray.     
#13: ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS: MAN FROM THE SOUTH
1960-03-13, WCBS, 24 min.
Alfred Hitchcock, Steve McQueen, Neile Adams, Peter Lorre

Alfred Hitchock's 176th show is a classic. Starring Steve McQueen, Neile Adams, and Peter Lorre.
#25: RED SKELTON SHOW, THE
1960-05-24, WCBS, 25 min.
Red Skelton, Peter Lorre, Mamie Van Doren

Red Skelton's guests are Mamie Van Doren and Peter Lorre.
#5989: BOB HOPE BUICK SPECIAL, THE: POTOMAC MADNESS
1960-10-22, WNBC, 54 min.
Bob Hope, Peter Leeds, Ginger Rogers, Perry Como, Herb Vigran, Lisa Davis, J. Edward McKinley, Charlie Lung, Eddie Marr, Stephen Chase, Lyle Moraine, Milton Frome, Frank Barton, David Rose And His Orchestra

An original political farce with music. Bob Hope, Ginger Rogers and Perry Como star in this political satire about an unscrupulous Washington hostess whose hobby is putting people into positions of political power.
#6984: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR
1960-10-28, WNBC, 00 min.
Mahalia Jackson, Jo Stafford, Robert Preston, Bill Hayes, Donald Voorhees, Dorothy Collins, Peter Palmer, Dukes Of Dixieland

January 12, 1959-April 26, 1968. This musical series ran semi regularly for almost ten seasons-sometimes weekly, sometimes biweekly, and sometimes as irregularly scheduled specials. All types of music were presented on the hour series; Donald Voorhees conducted the Bell Telephone Orchestra. 

Host:Robert Preston


                                                                
#54: PETER PAN
1960-12-08, WNBC, 97 min.
James M. Barrie, Mary Martin, Cyril Ritchard

Mary Martin and Cyril Ritchard star in this classic James M. Barrie fantasy.
#6959: JOHN F. KENNEDY INAUGURAL GALA
1961-01-19, N/A, 174 min.
Jimmy Durante, Joey Bishop, Gene Kelly, Milton Berle, Frank Sinatra, John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, Mahalia Jackson, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Bette Davis, Harry Belafonte, Peter Lawford, Ethel Merman, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Lawrence Olivier, Frederick March

Frank Sinatra and Peter Lawford star-studded gala and party fundraiser staged at the national Armory in Washington DC on the night before JFK's formal inauguration.                                       
#13419H: OPEN END WITH DAVID SUSSKIND: "SOME NOVELISTS OF OUR TIME"
1961-01-22, WNTA, 165 min.
David Susskind, James Mitchener, Nancy Wilson Ross, Sloan Wilson, Morris West, Virgilia Peterson, Alan Drury

A 2 hour and 45 minute round table discussion...reflections by novelists James Mitchener(Tales of the South Pacific, Hawaii, Centennial), Nancy Wilson Ross(Joan of Arc, Westward the Women, Thor's Visit to the Land of Giants), Sloan Wilson(The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, A Summer Place),  Morris West(The Devil's Advocate, Children of the Sun, The Big Story), Virgilia Peterson, and Alan Drury(Advise and Consent).                         
#1323: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR: AN ALMANAC FOR FEBRUARY, THE
1961-02-03, WNBC, 52 min.
Carol Lawrence, Polly Bergen, Roberta Peters, Russell Arms, Donald Voorhees, Paul Whiteman, Jorge Bolet, Kelly Brown, Theodor Uppman

January 12, 1959-April 26, 1968. This musical series ran semiregularly for almost ten seasons-sometimes weekly, sometimes biweekly, and sometimes as irregularly scheduled specials. All types of music were presented on the hour series; Donald Voorhees conducted the Bell Telephone Orchestra.
#5906: CHEVY SHOW: "O'HALLORAN'S LUCK"
1961-03-12, WNBC, 54 min.
Art Carney, Barbara Cook, John McGovern, Dan Keyes, Pat Harrington Sr., Warde Donovan, Barbara Robbins, Dick O Neill, George Turner, Grania O Malley, Al Henderson, Henri Rene, David Saxon, Diane Lampert, Peter Farrow

December 8, 1957-June 18, 1961. 
Programs not hosted by Dinah Shore (every 4th week during the season of 1957-58 and 1958-59, more often thereafter until June 1961) were known as "The Chevy Show." 

Presented on "THE CHEVY SHOW." An original musical fantasy, based on a story by Stephen Vincent Benet, about an Irishman who sets off for America.   

The leprechaun Rory and his friends are portrayed by the Baird Marionettes. Book by A. J. Russell from  a story by Stephen Vincent Benet. Music by David Saxon. Lyrics by Diane Lampert and Peter Farrow. 
Songs include, "Every Little Boy," "Watcha Do on Sunday,?" "Hoo Boo,""Shenanigans," "Watersprite Ballet," and Goin' Green."   

NOTE: A "LOST" television broadcast only survives on B/W 16mm original negative stock and separate 16mm neg. optical track...not processed since its original broadcast almost sixty years ago. 

Unlike many other musical productions for television during the 1950's and 1960's NO LP was conceived or created for this presentation.

The ATA original reel to reel pristine direct line audio recording of O'HALLORAN'S LUCK was completed at the time of its one time airing, in color, on NBC TV.                              
#1328: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR: THE YOUNGER GENERATION, THE
1961-04-14, WNBC, 52 min.
Arlene Francis, The Chad Mitchell Trio, Donald Voorhees, Harve Presnell, Brian Davies, The Earl Twins, Ron Husmann, Jaime Laredo, Patricia McBride, Lauri Peters, Eileen Rodgers, Paula Stewart, Edward Villella, The Metropolitan Opera Auditions Winner

January 12, 1959-April 26, 1968. This musical series ran semiregularly for almost ten seasons-sometimes weekly, sometimes biweekly, and sometimes as irregularly scheduled specials. All types of music were presented on the hour series; Donald Voorhees conducted the Bell Telephone Orchestra.
#13542: JACK BENNY PROGRAM, THE
1961-04-16, CBS, min.
Jack Benny, Don Wilson, Peter Lawford

October 28th, 1950- September 15th, 1964 (CBS)
September 25th,1964-September 10th, 1965 (NBC)    

Jack Benny's half-hour show mixed variety and situation comedy with a company of regulars: Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, announcer Don Wilson, Dennis Day, Mel Blanc, and Mary Livingston.   

Jack's guest is Peter Lawford.
                                                                                   
#7500: ACADEMY AWARDS: 33RD ANNUAL
1961-04-17, WOKO, min.
Shirley Jones, John Wayne, Fred MacMurray, Bob Hope, Jack Lemmon, Burt Lancaster, Peter Ustinov, Shirley MacLaine, Janet Leigh, Elizabeth Taylor, Sarah Vaughan

Bob Hope is host (master of ceremonies for the ninth time) for the 33rd Annual Academy Awards ceremony, telecast live from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica California.  

Producer & Director for TV is Richard Dunlap.
Academy Award Producer is Arthur Freed.
Academy Award Director is Vincent Minnelli.   

                                                                                                               
#6952A: ACADEMY AWARDS: 33RD ANNUAL
1961-04-17, ABC, min.
Shirley Jones, John Wayne, Fred MacMurray, Bob Hope, Jack Lemmon, Burt Lancaster, Peter Ustinov, Shirley MacLaine, Janet Leigh, Elizabeth Taylor, Sarah Vaughan

Bob Hope is host (master of ceremonies for the ninth time) for the 33rd Annual Academy Awards ceremony, telecast live from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica California.  

Producer & Director for TV is Richard Dunlap.
Academy Award Producer is Arthur Freed.
Academy Award Director is Vincent Minnelli.                                                                                         
#80: MILLION DOLLAR INCIDENT, THE
1961-04-21, WCBS, 75 min.
Jackie Gleason, George Jessel, Jack Klugman, Everett Sloane, Peter Falk, Ed Sullivan

Screenwriter, arranger, conductor and actor, Jackie Gleason stars in this unusual tale of a kidnapping and ransom. Costars include Everett Sloane, Jack Klugman, Peter Falk and cameo appearances by Ed Sullivan and George Jessel.
#7347: PERRY COMO'S KRAFT MUSIC HALL
1961-07-05, NBC, 00 min.
Bobby Rydell, Don Adams, Caterina Valente, Perry Como, Peter Gennaro

September 12, 1955-June 12, 1963. In the fall of 1955 Perry Como returned to NBC where he hosted a weekly hour show. From 1955 to 1959 it was seen Saturday evenings and was titled "The Perry Como Show." From 1959 to 1963 it was seen Wednesday evenings and was titled "The Kraft Music Hall." Regulars included Frank Gallop and the Ray Charles Singers. After his final weekly June 12, 1963 broadcast Perry Como appeared in scores of specials, beginning October 3, 1963, airing on NBC, CBS & ABC, and concluding on December 6, 1986. 

Repeat Of 4-15-61 Program



                                                                                                                                                                        
#98: HERE'S HOLLYWOOD
1961-07-21, WNBC, 10 min.
Peter Lorre, Helen O'Connell, Pauline Fredericks

Helen O'Connell interviews Peter Lorre. There is a brief Pauline Fredericks NBC bulletin from the United Nations, interrupting the program.
#882: CARNEGIE HALL SALUTES JACK BENNY
1961-09-27, WCBS, 52 min.
Jack Benny, Roberta Peters, Isaac Stern, Benny Goodman, Eugene Ormandy, Van Cliburn

From Carnegie Hall, Isaac Stern, Benny Goodman, Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra, Van Cliburn and Roberta Peters salute Jack Benny...a virtuoso with a violin. Benny demonstrates his violin prowess with Stern.
#906: BOB HOPE SHOW, THE
1962-01-24, WNBC, 56 min.
Jayne Mansfield, Bob Hope, Jerry Colonna, Dorothy Provine, Anita Bryant, Rosemarie Frankland, Peter Leeds

In the Arctic, joining Bob Hope for his 10th annual Christmas tour of the U.S. bases abroad are Jayne Mansfield, Dorothy Provine, Anita Bryant, Jerry Colonna, Rosemarie "Miss World" Frankland and actor Peter Leeds.
#171: WINTER CARNIVAL AT SUN VALLEY
1962-02-23, WABC, 15 min.
Gordon MacRae, Louis Armstrong, Roberta Peters, Sheila MacRae

Gordon MacRae and Sheila MacRae sing a winter medley of songs. Louis Armstrong plays trumpet and sings "Up a Lazy River" and "Sunny Side of the Street" with Roberta Peters.
#172: TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
1962-02-23, WNBC, 52 min.
Jack Paar, Peter Lorre, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Ed Reimers, Jose Melis, Les Paul, Mary Ford, Leona Anderson, Maurice Bishop

Jack Paar's guests are Peter Lorre and Sir Cedric Hardwicke.

 This "Best of Paar" repeat program, originally broadcast November 16, 1961, had Ed Reimers announcing and co-hosting.

 Mystery guest is Maurice Bishop, brother of Joey Bishop. Jack states his great admiration for Joey.            
#175: DUPONT SHOW OF THE WEEK: REGARDS TO GEORGE M. COHAN, THE
1962-03-04, WNBC, 53 min.
Dorothy Loudon, Peter Lind Hayes, George M. Cohan, Paula Hayden, Lester James, Danny Meehan, Bernard Green

Peter Lind Hayes hosts with George M. Cohan's songs performed by Dorothy Loudon, Paula Hayden, Lester James and Danny Meehan. Bernard Green conducts the orchestra.
#9451: TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
1962-03-14, NBC, min.
Jack Paar, Hugh Downs, Peter Sellers, Jose Melies

July 29, 1957- March 30,1962. 
 
 From London, Jack welcomes, Peter Sellers.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
#13627: TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
1962-03-14, NBC, min.
Jack Paar, Hugh Downs, Peter Sellers

July 29, 1957- March 30,1962. 

For four years and eight months Jack Paar reigned supreme as host of the Tonight Show with a crew of regulars, but only two stayed with him for the entire run; announcer Hugh Downs and band leader Jose Melies, a former army buddy. Familiar faces who appeared many times with Jack included Dody Goodman, Betty Johnson, Elsa Maxwell, Alexander King, Genevieve, Jack Douglas; and wife Reiko, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hans Conried, Peggy Cass, Cliff (Charley Weaver) Arquette, and Johnathan Winters. Hugh Downs substituted for Jack Paar 79 times, more than any other substitute host there were 20 different performers over the period of the series run. Joey Bishop substituted for Paar 31 times. Arlene Francis, 30 times, Jonathan Winters, 26 times, Orson Bean, 21 times and Johnny Carson 15 times. Altogether there were 243 broadcasts that had substitute hosts filling in for Paar during Jack Paar's TONIGHT SHOW tenure. The title of the late-night broadcast changed to THE JACK PAAR SHOW which took effect on February 3, 1958. The first videotaped broadcast aired on January 5, 1959. "Best of Paar " Re-runs began on July 10, 1959. The first color broadcast aired on September 19, 1960.  

Jack Paar from London with guest Peter Sellers.

                                                                                                                                                                                                   
#7349: PETER NERO SPECIAL, THE
1962-04-09, NBC, 00 min.
Florence Henderson, Bill Hayes, Peter Nero

Pianist Peter Nero stars in his own special with guests Florence Henderson and Bill Hayes.                        
#7501: ACADEMY AWARDS: 34TH ANNUAL
1962-04-09, ABC, min.
Bob Hope, Peter Falk, Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, Sophia Loren, George Chakiris, Spencer Tracy, Natalie Wood, Audrey Hepburn, Federico Fellini, Geraldine Page, Stuart Whitman, Charles Boyer, Maximilian Schell

Bob Hope is host (master of ceremonies for the tenth time) for the 34th Annual Academy Awards ceremony, telecast live from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California. 

Dupe of number 6953A 

                                                                                         
#6953A: ACADEMY AWARDS: 34TH ANNUAL
1962-04-09, ABC, min.
Bob Hope, Peter Falk, Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, Sophia Loren, George Chakiris, Spencer Tracy, Natalie Wood, Audrey Hepburn, Federico Fellini, Geraldine Page, Stuart Whitman, Charles Boyer, Maximilian Schell

Bob Hope is host (master of ceremonies for the tenth time) for the 34th Annual Academy Awards ceremony, telecast live from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.  

                                                                            
#7074: HERE'S EDIE
1962-04-09, ABC, 00 min.
Andre Previn, Dick Shawn, Edie Adams, Don Chastain, Randy Rayburn Singers, Peter Hanley, Peter Metz

The Edie Adams Show, an Emmy Award winning SPECIAL, was a pilot for future Edie Adam's monthly SPECIALS...a total of eight half hour broadcasts were televised on ABC television, premiering October 23, 1962, followed by broadcasts on December 13, 1962, January 20, 1963, February 26, 1963, March 17, 1963, April 19, 1963, May 28, 1963, June 18, 1963 and called "Here's Edie." 

The broadcasts continued the following season, becoming a bi-weekly series on Sept 26th, 1963, alternating with the Sid Caesar Show.

On this special composer-pianist Andre Previn and comic Dick Shawn are guests. Edie sings "Bilbao song," "My Ship," "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" and a vocalise (singing without words) of a medley of well-known numbers. she also does comedy impressions of Shirley Temple, Marilyn Monroe, Ruby Keeler and Jeanette MacDonald, and joins Dick Shawn in a comedy sketch. Andre Previn in performs a selection of Gershwin tunes. Peer Metz conducts.
                                                                
#19279: ACADEMY AWARDS: 34TH ANNUAL
1962-04-09, ABC, min.
Bob Hope, Peter Falk, Judy Garland, Montgomery Clift, Sophia Loren, George Chakiris, Spencer Tracy, Natalie Wood, Audrey Hepburn, Federico Fellini, Geraldine Page, Stuart Whitman, Charles Boyer, Maximilian Schell

Bob Hope is host (master of ceremonies for the tenth time) for the 34th Annual Academy Awards ceremony, telecast live from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.  

Duplicate of 6953A.

Best Actor: Maximilian Schell
Best Actress: Sophia Loen
Best Supporting Actor: George Chakiris
Best Supporting Actress: Rita Moreno
Best Picture: West Side Story 
                                                                                                      
#7144: GARRY MOORE SHOW
1962-04-10, WCBS, ?? min.
Carol Burnett, Allen Funt, Garry Moore, Dorothy Loudon, Durward Kirby, Marion Lorne, Alan King, Roberta Peters

September 30th, 1958-June 16th, 1964

The Garry Moore variety series made a star out of Carol Burnett,brought back Allen Funt's Candid Camera and showcased many fine musical and comedic talents from 1958-1964.The highlight of most shows was "That Wonderful Year," consisting of film clips, comedy sketches and production numbers based on the events and styles of a given year.

Regulars: Garry Moore, Carol Burnett (1959-1962), Dorothy Loudon (1962-1964),Allen Funt (1959-1960, Durward Kirby (1958-1964)and Marion Lorne (1958-1962).

"That Wonderful Year" is 1937.                                                                                            
#13657: EMMY AWARDS: 14TH PRIMETIME, THE
1962-05-22, NBC, min.
David Brinkley, Don Knotts, Jimmy Durante, Jack Webb, Carol Burnett, Rod Serling, Garry Moore, Richard Rodgers, Peter Falk, Johnny Carson, Arlene Francis, Bob Newhart, Warren Magnuson, Myrna Loy, Carl Reiner, Shirley Booth, Walter Brennan, Fred Astaire, Barbara Stanwyck, Dave Garroway, Loretta Young, Lady Bird Johnson, Eartha Kitt, Nanette Fabray, Lucille Ball, Julie Harris, Pierre Salinger, Newton Minow, Cyril Richard, EG Marshall, Nat Hiken, David Sarnoff, Leroy Collins, William O. Douglas

The 14th primetime Emmy Awards are held at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angelos, California. Among the personalities present are Leroy Collins, who served as the 33rd Governor of the state of Florida, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. 

Host: Bob Newhart                                                    
#269: A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: MOVIES: THE THIRTIES AS SEEN FROM THE SIXTIES
1962-09-22, WBAI, 37 min.
Pauline Kael, Sidney Peterson, Leo Lowenthal, James Groten

Hostess moderator, Pauline Kael heads a panel discussion with guests Sidney Peterson, Leo Lowenthal and James Groten.
#6987: BELL TELEPHONE HOUR
1962-09-24, WNBC, 00 min.
Roberta Peters, Robert Merrill, Lupe Serrano, Donald Voorhees, Janet Blair, Byron Janis, Rudolf Nureyev, Brothers Four

January 12, 1959-April 26, 1968. This musical series ran semi regularly for almost ten seasons-sometimes weekly, sometimes biweekly, and sometimes as irregularly scheduled specials. All types of music were presented on the hour series; Donald Voorhees conducted the Bell Telephone Orchestra. 

This was the American College Concert.

 






                                                                                                       
#3027: HERE'S EDDIE
1962-10-23, WABC, 27 min.
Peter Falk, Edie Adams, Duke Ellington

  The Edie Adams Show, an Emmy Award winning SPECIAL, telecast April 9, 1962, was a TAPED pilot for future Edie Adam's monthly TAPED SPECIALS...a total of eight half hour broadcasts were televised on ABC television, premiering October 23, 1962, followed by broadcasts on December 13, 1962, January 20, 1963, February 26, 1963, March 17, 1963, April 19, 1963, May 28, 1963, June 18, 1963 and called "Here's Edie."  

On this premiere broadcast, Peter Falk and Duke Ellington join Edie Adams who opens the show with a vocalise (singing without words) featuring members of the Ellington orchestra: "I've Got It Bad," "I'm Beginning to See the Light," and "Sophisticated Lady." In other segments, Edie sings "Lonely Town." Peter Falk, playin a sagacious cab driver, offers Edie his wide-ranging opinions: and, backed by Ellington's rendition of David Ros's "The Stripper," Edie does a burlesque of a reluctant burlesque queen. 
                  
#5219: ED SULLIVAN SHOW: MUSIC OF RICHARD RODGERS
1962-11-04, WCBS, 55 min.
Gordon MacRae, Richard Rodgers, Ed Sullivan, Steve Lawrence, Roberta Peters, Nancy Dussault, Peggy Lee, Cesare Siepi, Diahann Carroll, Peter Nero, Arthur Fiedler

The music of Richard Rodgers has set a Broadway standard for four decades, during which Rodgers has been half of two of the most successful teams in musical-comedy history- Rodgers and Hart, and Rogers & Hammerstein. Tonight, live from Carnegie Hall, Ed Sullivan presents an hour's highlights from Rodgers' career.

Performers include pianist Peter Nero and singers Diahann Carroll (who sings two songs from "No Strings," for which Rodgers wrote both words and music), Nancy Dussault (star of "Sound and Music"), Steve Lawrence, Peggy Lee, Gordon MacRae, Roberta Peters and Cesare Siepi.

Ed talks to Rodgers' new partner, lyricist Alan Jay Lerner of "My Fair Lady" fame. Arthur Fiedler conducts the orchestra, with Rodgers taking over the baton for "You'll Never Walk Alone."
#303: ED SULLIVAN SHOW, THE
1962-11-04, WCBS, 55 min.
Gordon MacRae, Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Rodgers, Herbert Hoover, Ed Sullivan, Steve Lawrence, Roberta Peters, Nancy Dussault, Peggy Lee, Cesare Siepi, Diahann Carroll, Adlai E. Stevenson

From Carnegie Hall, a Salute to Richard Rodgers with Gordon MacRae, Roberta Peters, Steve Lawrence, Nancy Dussault, Peggy Lee, Cesare Siepi and Diahann Carroll. Ed Sullivan reads telegrams in tribute from Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Adlai E. Stevenson and others.
#7079: ED SULLIVAN SHOW
1962-11-04, WCBS, 00 min.
Gordon MacRae, Richard Rodgers, Ed Sullivan, Steve Lawrence, Roberta Peters, Nancy Dussault, Peggy Lee, Cesare Siepi, Diahann Carroll, Peter Nero, Dorothy Rodgers

From Carnegie Hall, a salute to Richard Rodgers. Diahann Carroll performs numbers from Richard Rodgers Broadway musical drama, "No Strings."

Dupe of 303.                      
#9481: PERRY COMO SHOW, THE
1962-11-07, NBC, 34 min.
Perry Como, Bob Cummings, Peter Gennero

    Perry Como's guest is Bob Cummings. Featured, are songs from the Broadway musical, "MR. PRESIDENT."         
#7452: VOICE OF FIRESTONE
1962-11-18, ABC, 00 min.
Roberta Peters, Carla Fracci, Jerome Hines

September 5, 1949-June 7, 1954 (NBC); June 14, 1954-June 16, 1963 (ABC). "Voice of Firestone," which began on radio in 1928, was a Monday-night perennial for more than two decades before coming to television in 1949; for the next five years it was simulcast on NBC radio and television, until a dispute between the sponsor and the network over the Monday time slot led Firestone to shift the program to ABC. The half-hour musical series presented all kinds of music, but emphasized classical and semiclassical selections. Each week a guest celebrity was featured, and for many years the principal guests came from the Metropolitan Opera Company. The Firestone Orchestra was conducted by Howard Barlow, and the show was hosted by John Daly during its years on ABC; Hugh James was the announcer. "Voice of Firestone" was seen as a series of specials from 1959 until 1962; it returned as a weekly series in the fall of 1962 for a final season (September 30, 1962-June 16, 1963). 

Dupe Of Number 4953.                          
#4953: VOICE OF FIRESTONE
1962-11-18, WABC, 27 min.
Roberta Peters, Carla Fracci, Jerome Hines

September 5, 1949-June 7, 1954 (NBC); June 14, 1954-June 16, 1963 (ABC). "Voice of Firestone," which began on radio in 1928, was a Monday-night perennial for more than two decades before coming to television in 1949; for the next five years it was simulcast on NBC radio and television, until a dispute between the sponsor and the network over the Monday time slot led Firestone to shift the program to ABC. The half-hour musical series presented all kinds of music, but emphasized classical and semiclassical selections. Each week a guest celebrity was featured, and for many years the principal guests came from the Metropolitan Opera Company. The Firestone Orchestra was conducted by Howard Barlow, and the show was hosted by John Daly during its years on ABC; Hugh James was the announcer. "Voice of Firestone" was seen as a series of specials from 1959 until 1962; it returned as a weekly series in the fall of 1962 for a final season (September 30, 1962-June 16, 1963).
#5399: PAT BOONE SHOW, THE
1962-11-22, WNBC, 52 min.
Phil Harris, Patti Page, Elaine Dunn, Pat Boone, Peter,Paul & Mary

Pat Boone hosts a special Thanksgiving variety show.
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