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Today at 40 - 40th Anniversary

This 40th Anniversary tribute to the morning show is made up of old clips, chats with the cast of the current incarnation and expanded interviews with Barbara Walters, Hugh Downs, & John Chancellor.

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Sports; Special: Outside the Lines - All the President's Games

ESPN's humorous look at U.S. Presidents and their sports and sporting activities from Kennedy's touch football to Clinton's jog.

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Primetime Live -

The ABC magazine examines the controversy surrounding the Brian Watkins murder in a NYC subway; interviews NBC programming wiz Brandon Tartikoff; and looks at how presidential debates can make or break an election.

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Hoffa: The True Story -

Biography of the infamous union leader.

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Malcolm X -

Dan Rather hosts this concise, accurate biography of Malcolm X with special emphasis on his involvement with the Black Muslim Movement and questions surrounding his assasination.

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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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Secret Files: Washington, Israel And The Gulf -

The United States' long involvement in the Middle East is decreased in their documentary.

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American Experience - Rachel Carson's Silent Spring

This documentary profiles the author/scientist whose anti-pesticide, anti-chemicals book "Silent Spring" launched the modern ecological movement.

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Frontline - #1021 JFK, Hoffa, and the Mob

Former friend and lawyer to Jimmy Hoffa and reputed Mafiaso Santo Trafficante, Frank Ragano goes public with accounts of the mob's involvement in plots to kill Fidel Castro; the assassination of John Kennedy; and murder of Jimmy Hoffa.

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Frontline - #1104 The Secret File on J. Edgar Hoover

This edition examines how FBI director J.Edgar Hoover's secret life left him open to blackmail by the mafia, and new evidence explaining why the FBI allowed the mob to operate unchallenged for over two decades.

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Robert F. Kennedy: The Man and the Memories -

The life and times of the political leader is recalled through film clips and interviews with co-workers, family and friends.

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MBC Presents - Historical Perspective on Political Advertising (Part 1)

Politician historian Julian Kanter lectures on the evolution of polit- ical advertising from the early black & white "I Like Ike" ads to Willie Horton. This seminar was the kick-off to the Museum's Politics on Television exhibition.

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MBC Presents - Historical Perspective on Political Advertising (Part 2)

Politician historian Julian Kanter lectures on the evolution of polit- ical advertising from the early black & white "I Like Ike" ads to Willie Horton. This seminar was the kick-off to the Museum's Politics on Television exhibition.

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CBS Reports - Who Killed JFK: The Final Chapter

Indepth study and exploration on the murder of JFK in Dallas on November 22, 1963.

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Tomorrow - JFK Assassination

Who really killed JFK and why is debated by experts and eyewitnesses.

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Missiles of October -

A dramatization of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis.

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Against The Odds - Martin Luther King, Jr.

Bill Bixby hosts this documentary about Dr. Martin Luther King's fight for freedom. Includes many speech clips.

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David Susskind Show - Marilyn Monroe

Susskind talks with Anthony Summers about his book "Goddess," about Marilyn Monroe.

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John F. Kennedy -

JFK, in his own words, as brilliantly enacted by Mike Farrell.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (1st) WBBM/Chicago

The historic first presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon originated from WBBM-TV studios in Chicago and focused on domestic issues. Original broadcast.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (2nd) WRC/Washington

The second presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon originated from Washington, DC. Both candidates agreed to let the panelists ask them questions on any issue in the campaign. The digitization of this program was made possible by a grant from the Oprah Winfrey Foundation.

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Politics; Debate - Kennedy, John F. - Nixon, Richard M. - Debate (3rd)

The third presidential debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon features questions by panelists on any issue in the campaign. The two candidates are at remote sites in New York City and Los Angeles. Original broadcast.

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Lee Phillip Show - JFK Historian

Features several segments ranging from interviews with the Lujacks, to a flashback commemorating the assassination of Kennedy to a "Dollars & Sense" segment on mail order shopping.

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Lee Phillip Show - Lujacks

Lee talks with DJ Larry Lujack and his wife Jude, Chicago's foremost foot model. Later, she speaks with Parrmet about his book on JFK, and then with Goldstein about hunting for bargains.