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Pilot for the Lone Ranger TV Series. September 15th 1949.
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Topics: Lone Ranger, Tonto, Western, Jay Silverheels, Clayton Moore
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An episode of "The Lone Ranger" from 1949. Not the first, but one of the earliest US network shows produced on film. Originally aired 6 October 1949 (note: this is a syndication print).
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, Western, The Lone Ranger, Tonto, Early...
1940s Classic TV
by Bernard Ebert, Mike Stokey
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The 1949 TV dramatisation of the Dicken's classic.
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Topics: Classic TV, Drama, Short, Fantasy, Vincent Price
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An episode of "The Lone Ranger" from 1949. Note: This is an edited syndication print, missing several minutes. Originally aired 22 December 1949.
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels
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An episode of "Puppet Playhouse Presents Howdy Doody" from 1948. This series was among the first "hits" of television.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Early Television, 1940s, 40s, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, Puppet Playhouse,...
1940s Classic TV
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Rare 1949 episode of the TV series "Captain Video and His Video Rangers". The show is about a "Space Captain" and his "Video Ranger" who must the galaxy from the evil Dr. Pauli. . The show was live, which would explain the missed cues. Most episodes are presumed lost. The series was never liked by TV critics, though proved popular with children. Later seasons had improved writing. However, as corny as the show was, it did prove influential on later series....
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Topics: Captain Video, Captain Video and His Video Rangers, Camp, Low Budget, Live TV, Classic TV, DuMont...
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1940's Television: An episode of "Howdy Doody" from the 3rd of August, 1949. This episode features many of the aspects which made the show one of early TV's biggest hits, and even contains original NBC Network IDs. Overall, an unusual example of children's TV from the era when what worked and what didn't was still being worked out.
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, 40s, 40's, 1940s, 1940's, American Culture, United States, America, NBC,...
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NBC News Room Chicago - Clifton Utley The News on March 17, 1949 included: - Willis-Overland Cuts Car Prices By 10%, - New Rent Bill Increase Prices 10%, - Italian Communists Riot To Block The Atlantic Pact, - Truman To Give News Conference, - Pullman Strike Set For March 31st, - Sports News, ...
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Topics: Classic TV, Live TV, 1949, NBC, 1940's Television, Kinescope, Clifton Utley, News
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Episode 'The Story of Television' of WNBT's 'Eye Witness' Hosted by Ben Grauer with Guest: Dr. Vladimir K. Zworykin. Air-Date: Feb. 26, 1948
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Topics: Classic TV, NBC, Live Television, Kinescope, 1948, 40's Television, 1940's
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Episode of "School House", a short-lived series on the DuMont Television Network which aired in early 1949. Among the 'pupils' in Kenny Delmar's class are Arnold Stang and Wally Cox. Title credits of this print are missing.
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Topics: Classic TV, 40's, DuMont, Live Television, Kinescope, Wally Cox, Arnold Stang, 1949
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An episode of "Texaco Star Theater", a very popular comedy-variety series starring Milton Berle. His guests in this episode include singer Ethel Merman, actor Keye Luke, tap-dancer Teddy Hale, and acrobats Los Gottos. The final segment features songwriters singing their songs. Original commercials intact. (thanks for letting me know the file turned out OK)
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Topics: Texaco Star Theater, 1940s Television, Early Television, Milton Berle, Ethel Merman, Keye Luke,...
1940s Classic TV
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In World War II Italy, Count Montressor has watched with horror as his former stable boy became a powerful Nazi general. In the process, General Fortanato has murdered the Count's sister and stolen his wife. Knowing the General plans to murder him, Count Montressor lures him into the palace's catacombs to taste the rare cask of Amontillado he has procured. Air Date: October 11, 1949
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Topics: Suspense, Classic TV, Edgar Allan Poe, Bela Lugosi
1940s Classic TV
by Tee Vee Classics
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Some random episodes of "Studio One" that ran from 1948-1958
Topics: Classic TV, Drama, Westinghouse, Television
1940s Classic TV
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An episode of Candid Camera circa 1950.
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Topics: Classic TV, Candid Camera
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Follow That Man Ralph Bellamy ep 4-27 The Hitch Heisters
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Simple & unpretentious early television series, starring Morey Amsterdam and broadcast on the DuMont Network. Also appearing in this episode are Art Carney, singer Vic Damone, Jacqueline Susann (in an acting role) and dancers Mary Raye and Naldi. Despite what the review says there is only a single commercial, which runs about 2 minutes, and a couple of brief mentions of the sponsor elsewhere. (Note: the series previously aired on CBS. This is the first DuMont-aired episode)
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1940s, 40s, Early Television, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, The Morey...
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Episode of "Armchair Detective" with your Armchair Interrogator John Milton Kennedy and your Crime Authority H. Allen Smith. The two scenes of this episode are: "The hobo millionaire" [cast: Harry Martin, Frederic Tozere and Cy Kendall] and "The warehouse murder" [cast: Kay Lee, Bert Davidson, Ken Harvey and Jerome Sheldon].
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Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, KTLA, CBS, Detective, Kinescope, Live TV, 1949
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An episode of the popular children's TV series. Including the original network IDs. This episode features the spelling out of "NBC To Television" via the names of various cities...I haven't seen this episode for several years, but I remember really enjoying that segment. 
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Howdy Doody, Buffalo Bob, 1949, 1940s, Early television, Kinescope
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"Studio One" June moon (1949) Director: Walter Hart Story by George S. Kaufman, Ring Lardner Cast: Jack Lemmon, Eva Marie Saint, Glenda Farrell Original Air Date: 22 June 1949 (Season 1, Episode 19)
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Topics: Studio One, Classic TV, 1940's Television, CBS, Kinescope, Live TV, Westinghouse, Worthington...
1940s Classic TV
by Worthington Miner
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Mary Sinclair and Charlton Heston star in this 1949 TV adaptation of the Charlotte Bronte classic about the governess who falls in love with her employer. Complete with Westinghouse commercials and CBS logo.
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Topics: Charlton Heston, Jane Eyre, Studio One
1940s Classic TV
by Wyllis Cooper
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Lights Out - Radio Show - 1936 through 1947 Lights Out is an American old-time radio program devoted mostly to horror and the supernatural. Created by Wyllis Cooper and then eventually taken over by Arch Oboler, versions of Lights Out aired on different networks, at various times, from January 3, 1934 to the summer of 1947 and the series eventually made the transition to television. Lights Out was one of the earliest radio horror programs, predating Suspense and Inner Sanctum....
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Topics: radio, radio show, supernatural, black and white, black & white, 40s, 1946, nbc, Wyllis Cooper
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An episode of "The Ed Wynn Show", a series from the early years of television. His guest in this episode is Victor Moore, along with The Merry Macs.
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, The Ed Wynn Show, Ed Wynn, Victor Moore, Early television, 1940s TV, 1940s...
1940s Classic TV
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Follow That Man ep 4-42 The Wire Tappers
Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
1940s Classic TV
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Here is a classic roller derby game from 1949. This game is sponsored by Blatz Beer (The sponsor of the Amos 'n' Andy TV series.), and features New York taking on Philadelphia.
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Topics: Roller Derby, Sports, Blatz Beer Commercials, 1949, 1940s, Classic_TV
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An episode of the early television comedy "The Ed Wynn Show". His special guest is Dinah Shore, who sings "Blues In the Night" and "Tea for Two". Also appearing is dancer Miriam LaVelle. Contains the original commercials for Speidel watch-bands.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Early Television, 1940s, 40s, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, The Ed Wynn Show,...
1940s Classic TV
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Glamour Gal tells the Story of a 105mm Gun Crew On Iwo Jima It documents the activities of a Marine gun crew (G Battery) from the 5th Marine Division and their 105mm howitzer (named Glamour Gal) on Iwo Jima. This short traces their activity from the time the unit leaves Camp Pendleton to the beach landing on Iwo Jima.
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Topics: WWII, Marine Corps, Iwo Jima, pdmovies
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An episode of the popular children's TV series. Includes original network IDs. This episode features an excerpt from a Mickey McGuire short. 
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Howdy Doody, Buffalo Bob, 1949, 1940s, Early television, Kinescope
1940s Classic TV
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An episode of "Toast of the Town", which aired live on CBS on Dec. 18, 1949. Ed Sullivan welcomes guests, such as: Harry Armstrong ("Sweet Adeline"), W. C. Handy ("St. Louis Blues"), Maude Nugent ("Sweet Rosie O'Grady"), Lee Benedict ("Fool That I Am"), William Tabbert ("Dear Santa Claus"), George Kirby, Lenny Kent and Tommy Trent.
Topics: Toast of the Town, Ed Sullivan, Classic TV, 1940's Television, CBS, Kinescope, Live TV, Lincoln...
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The last of the master radio satirist's hour-long comedy shows, and the return to a half-hour with the embryonic segment soon to be known as Allen's Alley
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Topics: Fred Allen, old-time radio, comedy, satire
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Jackie Gleason in The Life Of Riley aired 10-18-49 Ep03
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Topics: Jackie Gleason, The Life Of Riley, Classic TV
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An episode of the early television western "The Lone Ranger". Episode originally aired 29 December 1949 (this is a syndication print missing a few minutes of the episode).
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, The Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, Western
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Follow That Man EP 4x19 The Third Rail
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Lights Out - Season 3, Episode 50 - 6th August 1951 'The Faceless Man'
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Topics: Classic Television, Lights Out, Horror, Macabre, late-night
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A 1949 DuMont Television Network-Public Service Announcement, Number 2 of 2. This PSA tells the young viewers of "Captain Video" to give everybody a fair chance, regardless of Race or Religion. DuMont was a cheap network, but they did a lot for many people. DuMont, in fact, aired the complete McCarthy hearings (sadly no copies of their coverage survives today).
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Topics: Classic TV, Television, 40s, 40's, 1940s, 1940's, DuMont Network, DuMont Television Network, Du...
1940s Classic TV
by Lawrence Menkin,James Caddigan
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Captain Video and His Video Rangers - Episode 1 of 4 - MKV Length: 28:15 Video Size: 720x480 -- Captain Video and His Video Rangers is an American science fiction television series that aired on the DuMont Television Network and was the first series of its genre on American television. The series aired between June 27, 1949, and April 1, 1955, originally on Monday through Saturday at 7 p.m. ET, and then Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET.[1] A separate 30-minute spinoff series called The Secret...
Topics: tv, tv show, tv series, science fiction, scifi, 40s, dumont, black and white, black & white,...
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Here is the second of two surviving roller derby games from 1949. This game features New Jersey against Philadelphia.
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Topics: Roller Derby, Sports, Blatz Beer Commercials, 1949, 1940s, Classic_TV
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Follow That Man EP 4x23 The Iceman
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
1940s Classic TV
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Car Commericals spanning 1949-1955
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Topics: Car Commericals, Classic TV
1940s Classic TV
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According to IMDb, this is season 1, episode 15; the date in the copyright notice seems to be 1948.
Topics: classic tv, John Howard, Anne Gwynne, Walter Sande, David Bruce
1940s Classic TV
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"Studio One" Of Human Bondage (1949) Director: Paul Nickell Writer: Sumner Locke Elliott (based on story by Somerset Maugham) Cast: Charlton Heston, Felicia Montealegre Original Air Date: 21 November 1949 (Season 2, Episode 11)
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Topics: Studio One, Classic TV, 1940's Television, Somerset Maugham, Charlton Heston, CBS, Kinescope, Live...
1940s Classic TV
by Lawrence Menkin,James Caddigan
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Captain Video and His Video Rangers - Episode 2 of 4 - MKV Length: 28:28 Video Size: 720x480 -- Captain Video and His Video Rangers is an American science fiction television series that aired on the DuMont Television Network and was the first series of its genre on American television. The series aired between June 27, 1949, and April 1, 1955, originally on Monday through Saturday at 7 p.m. ET, and then Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET.[1] A separate 30-minute spinoff series called The Secret...
Topics: tv, tv show, tv series, science fiction, scifi, 40s, dumont, black and white, black & white,...
1940s Classic TV
by Wyllis Cooper
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Lights Out - TV Series - Season 2 of 4 - XviD AVI Incoomplete Video Size: Various Lights Out is an American old-time radio program devoted mostly to horror and the supernatural. Created by Wyllis Cooper and then eventually taken over by Arch Oboler, versions of Lights Out aired on different networks, at various times, from January 3, 1934 to the summer of 1947 and the series eventually made the transition to television. Lights Out was one of the earliest radio horror programs, predating...
Topics: tv, television, tv show, tv series, supernatural, black and white, black & white, 40s, 1946, nbc
1940s Classic TV
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Episode 4 of the first season of "Your Show Time", an anthology TV series from 1949.
Topics: mummy, television
1940s Classic TV
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Jackie Gleason in The Life Of Riley aired 11-01-49
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Topics: Jackie Gleason, The Life Of Riley, Classic TV
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A 1949 Public Service Announcement aired on the DuMont Television Network, reminding the young viewers of "Captain Video" that "freedom is everybody's job". This features the same background as the 1950 PSA I uploaded. DuMont was a cheap network, but in fact, they did a lot of good things, like airing the complete McCathy hearings (sadly no footage remains from their coverage). One must give them credit for good intentions.
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Topics: 40s, 40's, 1940s, 1940's, PSA, Public Service Announcement, DuMont Network, DuMont Television...
1940s Classic TV
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"Ladies and Gentlemen the secret word tonight is 'Name', N. A. M. E." This Kinescope, complete and uncut, was made on December 5, 1949, while Groucho was recording his radio show "You bet your life". After being edited down to 30 minutes, the program aired on December 28, 1949. It was also the last show sponsored by Elgin-American. DeSoto took over the following week.
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Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, Kinescope, 1949, CBS, Radio, Game Show, You bet your life, Groucho
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Lights Out - Season 4, Episode 8 - 15th October 1951 'I Spy'
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Topics: Classic Television, Lights Out, Horror, Macabre, late-night
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Follow That Man ep 5-06 The Main Bout Is Murder
Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
1940s Classic TV
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Early TV attempt at a variety show.Was broadcast on both NBC and Dumont.Sorry for the quality of the file,as well as the quality of the entertainment,both of which are piss poor.
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Topics: Classic TV, NBC, Dumont, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca
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An episode of the early television comedy series "The Ed Wynn Show". His guests in this episode are Virginia O'Brien and Buster Keaton. (this had been uploaded before, but in much lower quality). Middle commercial is intact, but episode itself is incomplete.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Early Television, 1940s, 40s, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, Buster Keaton,...
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An episode of the popular children's TV series. Unless I'm mistaken this episode does not feature Buffalo Bob  (it's been several years since I viewed this episode). But it does feature the original network IDs. 
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Howdy Doody, 1949, 1940s, Early television, Kinescope
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Episode of "City at Night," TV magazine show, hosted by Keith Hetherington and Dorothy Gardiner. Traveling to a different and unannounced location of interest every week, the program here presents a "live," behind-the-scenes look at the shooting of the film "Destination Moon". " Based on information discussed within the program and program schedules published in the Los Angeles Times," someone on the Internet has "deduced that it was telecast on...
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Topics: Classic TV, KTLA, Live Television, Kinescope, 1949, 40's Television, 1940's, George Pal,...
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Jackie Gleason in The Life Of Riley aired 10-11-49 Ep02
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Topics: Jackie Gleason, The Life Of Riley, Classic TV
1940s Classic TV
by Lawrence Menkin,James Caddigan
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Captain Video and His Video Rangers - Episode 3 of 4 - MKV Length: 28:32 Video Size: 720x480 -- Captain Video and His Video Rangers is an American science fiction television series that aired on the DuMont Television Network and was the first series of its genre on American television. The series aired between June 27, 1949, and April 1, 1955, originally on Monday through Saturday at 7 p.m. ET, and then Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET.[1] A separate 30-minute spinoff series called The Secret...
Topics: tv, tv show, tv series, science fiction, scifi, 40s, dumont, black and white, black & white,...
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Follow That Man Season 4 Episode 09 Fuller's Folly
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV, Crime Drama
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"Studio One" Henry IV (1949) Director: Paul Nickell, Writer: Maurice Valency, Cast: Berry Kroeger, Richard Purdy Original Air Date: 5 December 1949 (Season 2, Episode 13)
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Topics: Studio One, Classic TV, 1940's Television, CBS, Kinescope, Live TV, Westinghouse, 1949
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Follow That Man Season 4 EP 06 Paradise Lost
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV, Crime Drama
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CBS produced "The Cases of Eddie Drake" in 1949. It was subsequently shown on NBC in 1951 (June 4 - August 27) and on DuMont in 1952 (March 6 - May 29). The episode: "Shoot the works" aired on DuMont on April 10, 1952. Cast: Don Haggerty (Eddie Drake), Patricia Morrison (Dr. Karen Gayle)
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Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, CBS, Detective, 1949
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Follow That Man ep 4-37 Black Leg and White Tie
Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Lights Out - Season 3, Episode 51 - 13th August 1951 'The Man with the Watch'
Topics: Classic Television, Lights Out, Horror, Macabre, late-night
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Jackie Gleason in The Life Of Riley aided 12-27-49 Ep 13
Topics: Jackie Gleason, The Life Of Riley, Classic TV
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Inauguration of President Truman and Vice President-Elect Barkley, at Washington. One hour kinescope out of five hours of live coverage from all four networks, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on January 20, 1949.
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Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, Kinescope, Live TV, 1949, Harry S. Truman, Inauguration, Washington
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Follow That Man ep 4-32 Room 505
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Follow That Man ep 5-08 The Cube Root of Evil
Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Follow That Man ep 4-24-Death Takes a Partner
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This NBC ID was used from 1946 to the early 60's. It appeared at the start of Kinescoped Programs. **This is here for historical value. It comes from "Your Hit Parade"**
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Topics: Classic TV, NBC, National Broadcasting Company, Retro, 50's, 1950's, Fifties
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Follow That Man Ralph Bellamy ep 4-28 Free Ride
Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Follow That Man ep 4-33 Day Man
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV
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Aired 1949-10-25 (season 2, episode 8). The script is based on a story by Joel Townsley Rogers.
Topics: Suspense, Jeffrey Lynn, John McQuade, Larry Fletcher, Eileen Heckart, Marilyn Erskine, Don Hanmer
1940s Classic TV
by Barry & Enright Productions
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Game show in which a panel of youngsters answer questions sent in by the viewers.The viewers letter which is chosen to be used on air receives a 50 dollar govt. bond and a years supply of scotch tape. The first topic is quite interesting, it concerns an 8 year old boy who doesn't want to wear a kilt because his friends will think he is a sissy. Host of the show is Jack Barry. A young lady known as the Scotch girl keeps us informed about scotch tape. The show ran from 1947 till 1954.
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Topics: chidren, game show, classic television, jack barry, scotch girl, comedy
1940s Classic TV
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An episode of the hugely popular comedy-variety series "Texaco Star Theater". Hosted by Milton Berle, this was one of the first "hit" television series. Please note that short sections of this episode are missing (most notably in the middle of the dance act)
Topics: Classic TV, Television, Early Television, 1940s, 40s, 1940s TV, 1940s Television, Comedy, Variety...
1940s Classic TV
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Follow That Man Season 4 EP 16 Ferry Boat
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Topics: Follow That Man, Classic TV, Crime Drama
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A woman is afraid that during one of her husband's attacks of catalepsy he will be embalmed. Aired 3 May 1949 (Season 1, Episode 8). [The "MPEG4" file is the source file. Download it if your player can handle h.265 (HEVC).]
Topics: Suspense, Tod Andrews, Margaret Phillips, Barry Macollum, Joshua Shelley
1940s Classic TV
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IMDb states that this is season 1, episode 9 (1947).
Topics: John Howard, Anne Gwynne, Walter Sande
1940s Classic TV
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Jackie Gleason in The Life Of Riley aired 12-20-49 Ep12
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Topics: Jackie Gleason, The Life Of Riley, Classic TV