2015 UCLA Festival of Preservation Includes Television Programs

The 2015 UCLA Festival of Preservation kicked off on March 5th and runs through March 30th. Included are a number of events that include television shows. Unfortunately I’m a few days so one of the television events has already taken place.

The festival presented a tribute to Richard Levison and William Link on Sunday, March 8th , screening The Execution of Private Slovik (NBC, 1974) and “Enough Rope,” an installment of Chevy Mystery Show (NBC, 1960).

There are still two television programs coming up. “Alas, Babylon,” the Playhouse 90 episode directed by Robert Stevens and written by David Shaw (adapted from the Pat Frank novel), will be screened on Saturday, March 28th at 3PM.

On Sunday, March 29th at 3PM, a special program called “Rockin’ with Andy” will look back at The Andy Williams Show (NBC, 1962-1971) with performances from the Beach Boys, Johny Cash, Elton John, The Jackson Five, Bobbie Gentry, Aretha Franklin, and more.

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