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Yu-Gi-Oh! - Mime Control: Parts 1-3

Marik confronts Yugi through the puppet Strings and challenges him to a duel. Summoning his alter-ego, Yami, Yugi duels Marik with monster cards, even though Marik possesses a God card. With his monster Slifer and the ultimate five card combination, MaMarik confronts Yugi through the puppet Strings and challenges him to a duel. Summoning his alter-ego, Yami, Yugi duels Marik with monster cards, even though Marik possesses a God card. With his ...

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Yup'ik Antigone -

This is an adaption of the Greek play performed in an Eskimo language. It incorporates indigenious songs and dances with the play. The originality of the play rests in the setting of it in an Eskimo life.

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Zanies Comedy Special -

On New Year's Eve, Jenny Jones welcomes a quintet of comics to the Zanies stage.

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Zapping and the Hundredth Monkey -

A Presentation about commercial avoidence and how to better market products to a TV viewing audience. Details the history of broadcast, programming, and current TV viewing trends, in terms of what matters to advertisers. A presentation to the ANA TV Workshop in New York.

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Zapruder Film - John F. Kennedy Assassination

The only original footage of the assassination of JFK. (Note: This film is not in the public domain.)

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Zenith Salute To Television's 25th Anniversary -

Entertainment special from 1972 sponsored by Zenith Radio Corporation featuring a galaxy of stars. Presented in its original broadcast form with the Zenith commercials intact. In color.

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Zig Zag -

Promotional film/pilot for unsolde series about a trio who solve unsolvable crimes.

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Zoo Family - Monkey Business

Filmed in Australia, a zoologists's kids learn to care for animals and the responsibility of pets with a baby monkey.

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Zoo Keepers -

This documentary takes a look at the duties of a zoo keeper at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo.

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Zoo Man -

"Zoo Man" is a documentary on the life and work of Marlin Perkins, world famous zoologist, educator and television host of the premiere nature program "Mutual Of Omaha's Wild Kingdom." Narrated by Stefanie Powers.

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Zoo Parade - Adventures with Reptiles

Filmed at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, host, Marlin Perkins and announcer Jim Hurlbut welcome guest Bill Haast from his the Serpentarium and Snake Park near Miami, FL. Mr. Haast introduces the viewers to a variety of snakes. He also explains how he immunized himself to become immune to the deadly cobra venom and how some venom is being used for medicinal purposes.

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Zoo Parade - Africa/USA

Filmed at Africa/USA and Lincoln Park Zoo. Africa/USA in Florida has over 360 acres of land in which wild African animal such as zebras, elephants, and ostriches lived as if they were in the wild in Africa. Perkins gives a description accompanied by footage of the actual animals in Africa. These animals included black rhinos, wild boars, and lions. Perkins has as guest a doctor from the anthropology department at Northwestern University and discus ...

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Zoo Parade - African Safari (Part 1 of 2)

Zoo Parade visits Kruger National Park in South Africa.

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Zoo Parade - African Safari (Part 2 of 2)

Marlin Perkins and Jim Hurlbut travel to African Game Reserves to view antelopes, white rhinos, and elephants.

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Zoo Parade - All About Monkeys

Zoo Parade, a precursor to Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, was filmed at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. This episode deals with Marlin Perkins visiting with the monkeys and talking about the different species.

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Zoo Parade - Amphibians in Spring (episode 105)

In this the 105th installment of Zoo Parade is about amphibians. This episode is once again hosted by Jim Hurlbut and Merlin Perkins. The show includes such amphibians as toads, frogs and salamanders. Perkins explains the evolution of tadpole to a frog. Some examples of frogs shown in this episode are a bullfrog, green frog, and a barking frog. Some of the salamanders included in this episode are the giant Japanese salamander, the Texas salamander ...

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Zoo Parade - Ancient Species Alive Today

In this episode Jim Hurlbut and Marlin Perkins talk about how scientists date the age of animals. Animals that are included in this edition of Zoo Parade are rabbits, lung fish, camels, and lizards. During the show Perkins compares and contrasts these animals to their ancient ancestors.

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Zoo Parade - Animal Alley (episode 116)

Between 1950 and 1955 this show was broadcast every Sunday afternoon from the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, Illinois. Then from 1955-1957 the show originated from zoos around the country. In this, the 116th program in the series the hosts introduced the live and viewing audiences to a wide variety of birds as well as sheep, white-bearded gnu, zebra and deer.

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Zoo Parade - Animal Contrasts

Anatomical differences in form and function in animals are explained.

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Zoo Parade - Animal Feet (episode 193)

Filmed at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, in this, the 193rd episode, Marlin Perkins shows how different animals have modified feet to fit their lifestyles and terrains.

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Zoo Parade - Animal Health

In this episode of Zoo Parade, Marlin Perkins guest is Dr. Lester Fisher. Fisher and Marlin visit with animals that Dr. Fisher has treated for various symptoms - from a lion with a sprained leg to a spider monkey with cataracts. They also discussed devices that the doctors used to contain the animals while they examine them.

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Zoo Parade - Animal Tongues

Animals with unique tongues are the stars of this episode of Zoo Parade. The episode starts with a re-telling of an Aesop tale of the fox and the stork, narrated by Marlin Perkins. More exotic animals are looked at, such as the ant eater and the iguana. Youth Ambassadors from Central and South America drop by Zoo Parade to discuss the animals of their home countries.

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Zoo Parade - Animals Had Ideas First (episode 121)

Between 1950 and 1955 this show was broadcast every Sunday afternoon from the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, Illinois. Then from 1955-1957 the show originated from zoos around the country. In this, the 121st program in the series the hosts discussed how man has used ideas from nature. For example, they showed a frog that had suction cups on its toes, a wasp that makes paper and how a glider plane is like a flying squirrel and tongs are like the talo ...

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Zoo Parade - Animals Had the Idea First (episode 203)

Filmed at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, in this, the 203rd episode, Marlin Perkins and Jim Hurlbut discuss manmade inventions that imitate things in nature.

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Zoo Parade - Animals That Live Together

Jim Hurlbut visits northern Wisconsin to explore various different animals that are able to live together. Marlin Perkins, back at the Lincoln Park Zoo rookery, discusses why certain predatory animals can't live together in this sanctuary.

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