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Name Kennedy, John F.

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Time Machine - If the Walls Could Talk

A look at the scandals and misfortunes of those in the White House. Special attention is given to the ying and yang between the president and the press.

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Interviews - Drew Pearson

Mike Wallace interviews Drew Pearson about the politics during President Eisenhower's term. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days - Part 1

Dick Clark, Frankie Avalon, and Annette Funicello take a trip back through the period 1955-1963 to remember the music and the times.

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Dick Clark's Good Ol' Days - Part 2

Dick Clark, Frankie Avalon, and Annette Funicello take a trip back through the period 1955-1963 to remember the music and the times.

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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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Profiles in Courage - Frederick Douglass

Dramatic recreation of the life of Frederick Douglass, adapted from the Pulitzer Prize winning book Profiles in Courage, written by John F. Kennedy.

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American Experience - Nixon: Triumph (Part 2 of 3)

David McCullough hosts, and Will Lyman narrates this profile of former U.S. president Richard M. Nixon. Part 2 examines Nixon's life from 1962 through the end of the Paris Peace Conference. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Making Sense of the Sixties - Seeds of the Sixties (Part 1 of 6)

This historically comprehensive and critically acclaimed series investigates the political upheaval, the social tumult, the alteration of sexual mores and values, and the fascinating people that made up the most turbulent decade of the 20th Century. The first hour of a six hour series on the decade of the 1960's in the U.S. discusses the event which shaped America leading up to and continuing into the 1960's.

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American Experience - Nixon: The Quest (Part 1 of 3)

David McCullough hosts and Will Lyman narrates this profile of former U.S. President Richard M. Nixon. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Television and the Presidency -

Traces the 1950-1980 evolution of 'video politicians' from the use of television in the coverage of campaign events to the emergence of negative political advertising.

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Frank Sinatra -

The career of Sinatra is documented from his beginnings on the "Major Bowes" radio show, through his big band and early solo days, and his many film and TV shows. Included are scenes from his anti-Hitler propaganda film, war bond drives, bobbysoxers rioting and his first TV spot.

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Open End - Harry S. Truman

David Susskind interviews Harry Truman on various subjects including the Cold War and Nuclear testing. (Note: program ends prematurely). The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from The Brinson Foundation.

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Later - Third Anniversary Special

This special shows highlights of past interviews, including montages of the Kennedy assasination, Steve Allen talking about T.V., Carl Reiner on the Dick Van Dyke Show, and Mary Tyler Moore on television.

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Nova - Who Shot President Kennedy?

Walter Cronkite hosts this investigation of two government inquiries into the assassination of President Kennedy.

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American Experience - LBJ: Beautiful Texas (Part One)

The first part of this series on President Johnson deals with his childhood in Texas, his early career in politics and his ascendency to the White House.

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American Experience - LBJ: My Fellow Americans (Part Two)

The second part of this series on President Johnson deals with his years in the White House, the problems involved, and the 1964 presidential election.

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Irv Kupcinet - Michener/Cavett

Authors and celebrities discuss their latest works as well as the demise of the English language international conflict and issues of church/state.

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Irv Kupcinet - Coleman/Reddy/Thicke

Kup and guests discuss their most recent and upcoming projects and their views on politics, marriage and show business.

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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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Country Music Videos -

Assorted country videos. Including: "Achy Breaky Heart," "The Dance," "Billy the Kid," "80s Ladies," "Chatahoochee," "Hey Cinderella," "The Thunder Rolls," "Hillbilly Rock," "I Feel Lucky," "Poor Boy Blues," "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane," "Romeo," "He Would Be Sixteen," "Outbound Plane," "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair," "She's in Love with the Boy," and others.

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American Experience - The Kennedys (Part One)

Through interviews, newsreels and other footage, the history of the Kennedy family is examined. Included are the marriage of Joe and Rose, Joe's ties to Hollywood and his ambassadorship, the deaths of Joe Jr. and Kathleen, John's political campaigns, the beginning of Ted's career, and Joe Sr.'s manipulation to help his sons.

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American Experience - The Kennedys (Part Two)

Through interviews, news clips and other footage, the history of the Kennedy family is examined. Subjects include Jackie's style, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the civil rights movement and legislation, Robert's campaigns, assassinations of John and Robert and family reaction, the opposition to Vietnam, Chappaquidick and its impact on Ted, and the burden of being a Kennedy.

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Quantum Leap - The Oswald Conspiracy

Dr. Sam Beckett leaps into the body of Lee Harvey Oswald. He appears in 1957 as a marine stationed in Japan, in 1959 as a spy for the KGB in Russia, and as the Kennedy assassin in 1963. Throughout his leaps, Sam and sidekick Al try to figure out if the murder was a conspiracy. "Lee Harvey Oswald (Part 1) – Leaping on a String" "Lee Harvey Oswald (Part 2) – Leap to Judgement"

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One Minute to Midnight - The Real Story of the Cuban Missle Crisis

Americans, Soviets and Cubans, including Fidel Castro, discuss events relating to the Cuban Missle Cris.

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Cuba -

Chet Huntley analyzes news footage about the Cuban Missle Crisis: Kennedy's reflections on the incident, the interactions amongst White House staffers, and the protests regarding the blockade.