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$100,000 Fortune Hunt - Illinois Lottery

Coverage of the Illinois Lottery Game $100,000 Fortune Hunt.

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$25 Million Dollar Hoax - Premiere Episode

The hoax begins. The episode starts with Chrissy being driven to the middle of nowhere to meet the show’s host and she agrees to the stipulations of the hoax. Ed McMahon appears at her house with a check for $5 million and the family is flown off to a luxurious hotel. As the spending gets underway, Chrissy is able to keep her secret after almost breaking down. She buys $16,000 in clothes and spends $80,000 on a Hummer.

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$64,000 Challenge -

A twist on the concept of the $64,000 Question. In this game the champion faces a challenger for prize money.

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$64,000 Question -

Three contestants attempt to answer their way to the big prize, including a lawyer who's an expert on current events and the nephew of Wyatt Earp who's an expert on the Old West.

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$64,000 Question -

Virgil Earp appears on this game show where contestants must answer questions which lead up to the $64,000 question.

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$64,000 Question -

Contestants choose a category and are asked questions on that subject. The First correct answer earns them $1. The questions get harder and the prize money doubles with each correct answer until the contestant reaches the grand prize of $64,000. (Program has visual time-code throughout). (Al Schwartz collection).

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10 Most Important People of the 20th Century -

This program profiles ten persons deemed to be the most important people in the 20th Century from Henry Ford up to John Lennon with film clips of them and the times they lived in.

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11/22/63: The Day The Nation Cried -

Dallas television station WFAA produced this unique look at the assassination of John F. Kennedy which includes their local coverage of the event.

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12 Angry Men -

A made for cable TV remake of the 1954 teleplay and 1957 motion picture. The story begins with eleven of twelve jurors ready to convict a young Latino youth before even reviewing the evidence. Juror number eight will not consent to the guilty verdict, which results in arguments for and against the defendant’s guilt.

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1840 Carolina Village -

The story of an 1840 Carolina log cabin village, which has been painstakingly recreated over the last 25 years by Dr. Robert Hart III.

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190 North - A Salute to John Drury

WLS-TV-channel 7 honors retiring anchor John Drury who ends his broadcast career which he began in 1962. Some black & white clips

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190 North - Ice Cream, Luxury Dining Cars, Italian Food, Hotels, Local Bands

Janet Davies hosts this local magazine program from WLS-TV Channel 7. In this installment, Davies takes a look at a new kind of ice cream, luxury dining cars, Italian food, hotels, and local bands. Copyright 2003 WLS Television Inc.

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1900 House - A Rude Awakening

See what happens when a modern family is transported 100 years back in time. This episode shows the Bowler family's arrival, in full 1900 regalia, at the remarkably refurbished 50 Elliscombe Road. Only a few days into their new lives, awe and excitement turn to frustration as the Bowlers battle a malfunctioning coal-burning range, which is both their cooking stove and sole source of hot water.

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1900 House - A Woman's Place

See what happens when a modern family is transported 100 years back in time. After more than a week of funky hair, corsets that restrict their breathing, relentless cleaning, and laundry days so long and arduous that the girls must stay home from school to help out, the Bowler women are driven to the brink.

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1900 House - The End of an Era

See what happens when a modern family is transported 100 years back in time. In this final episode, Joyce's larger amount of free time allows her to more thoroughly study the lives of Victorian women, the family ventures out for their first night out on the town in months, and a farewell party is held at home for their Elliscombe Road neighbors, leading to tearful good-byes before the family members change back into their modern clothes.

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1900 House - The Time Machine

See what happens when a modern family is transported 100 years back in time. This episode chronicles the Bowler family's introduction to period practices at Shugborough Hall and joins series curator Daru Rooke on a final home inspection before the family moves in.

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1900 House - The Time Machine

Reality based programming that rebuilds a house to 1900 standards and then chooses a family to live in it. The twist is the family must live ever aspect of their life as though it was the year 1900.

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1968: The 25th Anniversary - Hosted by Martin Sheen

Martin Sheen hosts a look back at the major events and controversies of 1968.

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1968: The Year Unpredictable - Re-creation with Ron Magers & Carol Marin - Part 1 of 5

Ron Magers and Carol Marin re-create the 1968 historic broadcast of "1968: The Year Unpredictable", a five hour review of the year. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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1968: The Year Unpredictable - Re-creation with Ron Magers & Carol Marin - Part 2 of 5

Ron Magers and Carol Marin re-create the 1968 historic broadcast of "1968: The Year Unpredictable", a five hour review of the year. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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1968: The Year Unpredictable - Re-creation with Ron Magers & Carol Marin - Part 3 of 5

Ron Magers and Carol Marin re-create the 1968 historic broadcast of "1968: The Year Unpredictable", a five hour review of the year. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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1968: The Year Unpredictable - Re-creation with Ron Magers & Carol Marin - Part 4 of 5

Ron Magers and Carol Marin re-create the 1968 historic broadcast of "1968: The Year Unpredictable", a five hour review of the year. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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1968: The Year Unpredictable - Re-creation with Ron Magers & Carol Marin - Part 5 of 5

Ron Magers and Carol Marin re-create the 1968 historic broadcast of "1968: The Year Unpredictable", a five hour review of the year. The digitization of this program was made possible be a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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20 Years of Must See TV - Hosted by Eric McCormack

In 2002, in celebration of its 75th anniversary, NBC aired this special spotlighting its popular Thursday prime time line-up that has been a success for the network for twenty years. Host Eric McCormack. Copyright 2002 NBC Television

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20/20 - 01-12-1996

Barbara Walters interviews the First Lady on the Whitewater hearings and the release of her new book. Bone marrow donors for leukemia patients and new eye surgery technologies are the topics for the other two parts of the show.

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