The Hunt for TV’s Lost Baseball Treasures

David B. Wilkerson has written a nice article at MarketWatch about missing television broadcasts of baseball games. The recent discovery of Game 7 of the 1960 World Series has, not surprisingly, brought a lot of attention to the topic. According to the article, the earliest existing complete broadcast is Game 6 of the 1952 World … Continue Reading →

Lamont Johnson (1922-2010)

Lamont Johnson, whose acting career was vastly overshadowed by his award-winning work as a director, passed away on October 24th at the age of 88. He started his career in radio and on stage before moving to film and television in the late 1940s/early 1950s, appearing in episodes of programs like The Loretta Young Show, … Continue Reading →

Alex Anderson (1920-2010)

Alex Anderson, who created Rocky and Bullwinkle and Dudley Do-Right, passed away on October 22nd at the age of 90. An earlier foray into television, Crusader Rabbit, was the very first animated television series, broadcast in syndication beginning in 1950. Anderson partnered with Jay Ward to produce Crusader Rabbit and the two later collaborated on … Continue Reading →
The Sixth Sense Promotional Spot

The Sixth Sense Promotional Spot

Promotional spot for ABC’s The Sixth Sense. Continue Reading →

DVD Tuesday: The Deputy, “Evening Primrose”

Every Tuesday I take a look at obscure and/or classic television programs, specials, miniseries or made-for-TV movies being released on DVD. For the record I consider anything broadcast prior to 1980 to be classic or else there wouldn’t be much to discuss. The releases referred to in these posts are encoded for Region 1 use … Continue Reading →

Status Guide – Kraft Television Theatre, Season Six

Status guide listing surviving episodes from the sixth season of Kraft Television Theatre, broadcast from 1952-1953. Continue Reading →

DVD Tuesday: The Bionic Woman, Ironside

Every Tuesday I take a look at obscure and/or classic television programs, specials, miniseries or made-for-TV movies being released on DVD. For the record I consider anything broadcast prior to 1980 to be classic or else there wouldn’t be much to discuss. The releases referred to in these posts are encoded for Region 1 use … Continue Reading →
Follow the Sun Promotional Spot

Follow the Sun Promotional Spot

Promotional spot for ABC’s Follow the Sun. Continue Reading →