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48 Hours - Abortion Battle

48 Hours spends two days investigating in-depth the controversial issue of abortion. It talk to a single mother who decides to have an abortion. It examines an abortion clinic in Atlanta that is under siege by Pro-Life advocates. It also talks to a woman with an abnormal fetus who is considering abortion and follows a teenage rape survivor who is confronted with pregnancy and the choice of abortion.

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48 Hours - Bill Clinton

Anchorman Dan Rather's one-hour television special with President Bill Clinton had political Washington buzzing Thursday, but more for its cuddly quality than for the news it made.

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48 Hours - Crazy About Elvis

"Crazy About Elvis," tonight's edition of "48 Hours," brings on a gallery of Elvis Presley fans and cultists, impersonators and entrepreneurs.

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48 Hours - Everybody's Talking

Tonight's somewhat scattershot "48 Hours" tour of the talk-show universe settles down briefly for a report by Dan Rather on Phil Donahue's troubles with Richard Neill, a Fort Worth dentist. Dr. Neill is trying to extract shows like "Donahue" from afternoon television because they are infected with sexual display and bizarre confessionals.

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48 Hours - Hard Sell

48 Hours takes an in-depth look at the advertising business. It talks to the people who make it their business to sell everything and anything in America. Advertisers discuss sales techniques and how to make products seem more appealing. It also looks behind-the-scenes at the making of advertising jingles.

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48 Hours - In the Campaign

48 Hours spends two days in New Hampshire to get a first hand look at the presidential campaigns there. It profiles candidates Bruce Babbit, Paul Simon, Jesse Jackson, and Jack Kemp. It also cover the Republican candidates dinner and interviews Bob Dole.

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48 Hours - JFK

The CBS News program "48 Hours" had several reasons for breaking with its usual format to examine what Dan Rather calls the "mangrove swamp" of questions that still surround the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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48 Hours - On Runaway Street

48 Hours goes to the streets of New York City, Fort Lauderdale, and San Diego to explore the world of runaway children. Some run from homes shattered by economic hardship, alcohol and drug abuse, and sexual abuse. The world they enter is filled wither danger, violence, and disease.

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48 Hours - Step by Step

The wife of a respected high school administrator is found dead with a suicide note nearby... but what really happened? Tracy Smith reports.

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48 Hours - The Marilyn Tapes

On August 4, 1962, John F. Kennedy was president and the stunning news out of Hollywood was that superstar Marilyn Monroe had apparently taken her own life. But was that the whole story? 48 Hours has obtained hundreds of pages of never-before-seen documents as well as audiotaped interviews from the Los Angeles District Attorney's office that shed new light on what may have happened the night Monroe died. The internal files have been closed for ...

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48 Hours - Uproar in Wenatchee

In most ways, Wenatchee is an unremarkable place, a quiet town of 30,000 nestled in central Washington state. But three years ago, Wenatchee was rocked by allegations that scores of adults there had been part of a conspiracy to sexually abuse children. The case resulted in numerous convictions. Now, many observers are arguing that prosecutors and investigators badly overstepped their bounds, coercing children into making accusations and railroadin ...

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48 Hours - Who Killed Jane

An investigative look at the murder of small town Wisconsin native Jane Neumann and the struggle of the police department to track down the killer.

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5 American Handguns - 5 American Kids - 5 American Handguns - 5 American Kids

Documentary examining how the proliferation of handguns in American homes leads to increasing numbers of gun-related tragedies involving children. Depicts five such cases, through interviews with family and friends of the victims.

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50 Golden Years -

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50 Years of NBC Late Night -

Special that celebrates 50 years of late night television on NBC. The program presents highlights from "The Tonight Show" and features the four great hosts through the last half-century: Steve Allen, Jack Paar, Johnny Carson and Jay Leno. In addition, there are clips from landmark NBC late-night series such as "The Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder," "SCTV," "Later With Bob Costas," "Later With Greg Kinnear," "Late Night With David Letterman," "Late N ...

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50 Years of Soaps - An All-Star Celebration

Stars from past and present soap operas salute a half-century of daytime drama. Includes clips tracing the origins of soaps, their creators and their evolution.

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50 Years of Television - A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Golden Anniv.

Documentary celebrating 50 years of television history. Featuring a large collection of television clips introduced by legendary and current television stars. The documentary, also shown at a Hollywood gala, launches the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences new Archive of American Television.

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57th Street Art Fair - Chicago's 57th Street Art Fair: The First Fifty Years, 1948-1997

A Vision Comes to Life: Chicago's 57th Street Art Fair: The First Fifty Years, 1948-1997 has an introduction and roundtable with Studs Terkel; also includes uncut interviews with the following people involved in the art fair: Sonia Katz, Egon Weiner, Sylvester Britton, Harold Haydon, Takihishi, Aaron Malsai, Mary Louise Womer, Vi Fogle Uretz, Ruth Ducworth, Morris Barazani, Gail Barazani, and Richard Hunt.

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60 Minutes - (Premiere Episode)

The premiere episode of 60 Minutes features a report on the recently concluded Democratic and Republican National Conventions. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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60 Minutes - 12/10/95

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60 Minutes - 25 Years

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