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The Best of the 60s & 70s - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Best of the 60s & 70s Episode Description

From those early days of black and white with Ed Ames' memorable Tomahawk toss, to Tiny Tim's Technicolor wedding, to Letterman and Leno's stand-up debuts, the first decade of the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson was filled with once-in-a-lifetime funny TV moments. This episode includes in show-running order: Buddy Hackett, Ed Ames, Pearl Bailey, Flip Wilson, George Carlin, George Gobel, Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Jay “Tonto” Silverheels, Don Rickles, Myna Bird, Jack Webb, Putt Mossman, Tiny Tim, Tiny Tim & Miss Vicki, John Twomey, Elizabeth Martineau, Cheetah, Twin Orangutans, Jay Leno, Steve Martin, David Letterman, Beetle, and Dolly Parton.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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The Best of the 70s & 80s - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Best of the 70s & 80s Episode Description

Throughout the 70s and 80s, the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson delivered classic Carson monologues, wacky visits from Carnac and Art Fern, ground-breaking comedians Eddie Murphy, Garry Shandling, Albert Brooks and Bill Maher, Hollywood legend Jimmy Stewart, child stars Drew Barrymore and Joey Lawrence, fan-favorite Charles Grodin, wildlife with animal handlers Jim Fowler and Joan Embery, Frank Hill's jewelry, Elizabeth "The Nut Lady" Tashjian, Johnny's impressions and much more!

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Meet the Bunkers - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Meet the Bunkers

All in the Family - Meet the Bunkers Episode Description

In the series' premiere, Mike and Gloria plan a surprise party to celebrate Archie and Edith's 22nd anniversary. But it quickly turns into a shouting match between conservative Archie and the liberal Meathead on virtually every topic.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Mr. Big - Get Smart Cover Art

Get Smart - Mr. Big

Get Smart - Mr. Big Episode Description

Series Premiere. Maxwell Smart takes on a villain who threatens NYC with a device called the Inthermo.

© 2015 Home Box Office, Inc.

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The Final Show - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Final Show Episode Description

This is the most requested Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson episode! Johnny’s last show is filled with unforgettable flashbacks of thirty years of show-biz legends, music stars, comedians, sports heroes, heads of state and unusual guests with special talents. A tribute to Ed, Doc and Johnny, this episode is a must-have for any fan of the Tonight Show and TV history. This episode also features a “look back” with guests Richard Nixon, Robert Kennedy, Groucho Marx, Tiny Tim, Muhammad Ali, Jack Benny, Raquel Welch, Mel Brooks, Jimmy Stewart, Loni Anderson, Robin Williams, Bette Davis, Madonna, Michael Landon, George Foreman, David Letterman, Elizabeth Taylor, and Bob Hope.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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The Best of the 80s & 90s - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Best of the 80s & 90s Episode Description

Throughout the 80s and 90s, the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson delivered unforgettable moments with everyone from the zany Steve Martin, Robin Williams, Bette Midler, and Chevy Chase, to soon-to-be-president Bill Clinton, debut appearances from Roseanne and Drew Carey, visits from Carnac and Art Fern, original comic insights from George Carlin, Albert Brooks and Charles Grodin, side-splitting civilian guests and memorable visits from the wild kingdom. This episode includes in show-running order: Dyan Cannon, Vlasta Krsek, “Flatnose”, Rohan Varavadekar, Roseanne, Bear Cub, Zachary LaVoy, Snake, Chevy Chase, Siskel & Ebert, George Carlin, Jane Fonda, John Mendoza, Joe Piscopo, David Letterman, Albert Brooks, Bill Clinton, Drew Carey, Shelley Winters, Annie Potts, Myrtle Young, Bat, Madeline Kahn, Charles Grodin, Steve Martin, Ann-Margret, Bob Newhart, Cathy Guisewite, Ted Koppel, Robin Williams, and Bette Midler.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Stand Up Comedians - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Stand Up Comedians Episode Description

This hilarious collection features classic stand-up comedy routines from the funniest comics that appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. This compilation includes the national television debut of many of America's most popular comics. Getting a laugh from a huge television audience is one thing, but standing on the Tonight Show stage and performing for the King of Late Night is a memory that is hard to ever forget. The all-star comedian guest list includes: Jerry Seinfeld, Rodney Dangerfield, George Carlin, Garry Shandling, Roseanne and more!

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Next to Last Episode - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Next to Last Episode Episode Description

In this next-to-last episode of the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, in anticipation of Johnny’s final show the following evening, the fortunate few with tickets were treated to incredible performances by Robin Williams and Bette Midler that brought down the house.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: Vol. 1, Episode 1 - The Best of The Carol Burnett Show Cover Art

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show - The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: Vol. 1, Episode 1 Episode Description

The dynamic young singer and Tony Award-winning actress Melba Moore and comedy legend Carl Reiner bring high energy to the program. Moore performs a soulful version of You've Got a Friend and duets with Carol on Have a Little Talk with Myself. The spoof's the thing in this episode. Carol and Harvey reconnect while waiting to participate in "Let's Make a Bargain." Hospital dramas and soap operas were big at the time, and General Hospital combined the best of both. "Terminal Hospital" is overstocked with loonies, from crazed nurse Melba to misunderstood male nurse Harvey to flawed surgeon Dr. Goldenstein (Carl), who can't cut it anymore. Some blown lines add to the mayhem here as well as in a Non-Violent Theatre segment, The Plot to Hurt Hitler, where German spies Harvey and Carl are part of the gang that couldn't plot straight.

© 2014 Whacko, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Writing the President - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Writing the President

All in the Family - Writing the President Episode Description

Archie learns that Mike has written to President Nixon to criticize his policies. So Archie takes pen in hand and writes his own letter of praise.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Animal Hijinks - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Animal Hijinks

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Animal Hijinks Episode Description

Some of the most unforgettable and hilarious moments on the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson occurred when animal handlers Joan Embery of the San Diego Zoo and Jim Fowler of Wild Kingdom introduced Johnny to the always-unpredictable world of wild and exotic animals. These lovable critters reminded us that the King of Late Night was no match for the animal kingdom.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Fly My Kite - The Little Rascals (Our Gang) Cover Art

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Fly My Kite

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Fly My Kite Episode Description

Join Stymie, Chubby, Farina, and Wheezer for storytime with their neighborhood Granny, only to be interrupted by Granny's greedy son-in-law who tries to get rid of her by sending her to an old folk's home. He changes his tune when he comes to find out that she has a fortune in stock certificates. It's up the the Gang to keep him from stealing the last of Granny's money.

© 2007 Legend Films, Inc.

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Don Rickles, Robert Blake, 9/19/1975 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Don Rickles, Robert Blake, 9/19/1975 Episode Description

After one of his trademark raucous monologues where he mocks everything from the upcoming bi-centennial, singer Cher’s censorship problems, and the Watergate scandal, Johnny welcomes his guest, the caustically funny Don Rickles—a virtual comic machine gun. Later, the Mighty Carson Art Players spoof the TV show "Columbo" featuring an appearance by Robert Blake. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Terror By Night - Sherlock Holmes Cover Art

Sherlock Holmes - Terror By Night

Sherlock Holmes - Terror By Night Episode Description

Terror By Night: The legendary Sherlock Holmes plunges into a thrill ride of a murder mystery set on a speeding passenger train. Holmes has been entrusted to guard the transport of the 400-carat diamond – Star of Rhodesia, but when the gem is stolen, the murders start to mount. Only the masterful Holmes can deduce which of the eccentric and suspicious passengers is the true criminal.

© 1946 Legend Films

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Robin Williams, Patton sketch, 10/14/1981 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Robin Williams, Patton sketch, 10/14/1981 Episode Description

In this hilarious episode, Johnny starts the show with his monologue that covers the famous Karpov-Korchnoi chess match, Nancy Reagan buying expensive new china for the White House, and a unique look at TV shows for the new season. Guest Robin Williams treats the audience to a frenetic rapid-fire dose of his impressions and stories of his childhood. The Mighty Carson Art Players are also on hand to perform the famous ‘Patton’ sketch. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Hi Neighbor / A Lad and a Lamp - The Little Rascals (Our Gang) Cover Art

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Hi Neighbor / A Lad and a Lamp Episode Description

The gang decides to build a fire engine to take on the new rich kid in the neighborhood. The adventure heats up as they find themselves racing down a precarious hill without brakes! You'll also see the Gang on a mission to find the magical Genie of the Lamp. Imagine their surprise when the wonderous Genie appears!

© 2007 Legend Films, Inc.

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Diplomat's Daughter - Get Smart Cover Art

Get Smart - Diplomat's Daughter

Get Smart - Diplomat's Daughter Episode Description

Max is assigned to protect a beautiful diplomat's daughter from KAOS kidnappers.

© 2015 Home Box Office, Inc.

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Kid from Borneo - The Little Rascals (Our Gang) Cover Art

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Kid from Borneo

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Kid from Borneo Episode Description

It's terror at its finest when the Gang pays a visit to the famous "Wild Man of Borneo" only to find that the wild man has followed them home! You'll also see Alfalfa put his Sherlock skills to the ultimate test as he, with his two assistants, take on the case of the missing candy. Things really get interesting when the boys find themselves trapped inside a "haunted" house!

© 2007 Legend Films, Inc.

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The Best of the 70s & 80s - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Best of the 70s & 80s Episode Description

Throughout the 70s and 80s, the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson delivered classic Carson monologues, wacky visits from Carnac and Art Fern, ground-breaking comedians Eddie Murphy, Garry Shandling, Albert Brooks and Bill Maher, Hollywood legends Betty White and Jimmy Stewart, child stars Drew Barrymore and Joey Lawrence, fan-favorite Charles Grodin, hilarious animals including the baby gorilla and marmoset, Frank Hill's jewelry, Elizabeth "The Nut Lady" Tashjian, Johnny's impressions and much more! This episode includes in show-running order: Joey Lawrence, Rooster, Baby Gorilla, Garry Shandling, Frank Hill, Celebes Ape “Doc”, Betty White, Marmoset, Elizabeth Tashjian, Stephanie Zimbalist, Eddie Murphy, Richard Dawson, Drew Barrymore, Kinkajou, Albert Brooks, Charles Grodin, Bill Maher, and Jimmy Stewart.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Sammy's Visit - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Sammy's Visit

All in the Family - Sammy's Visit Episode Description

The classic tale about the time Sammy Davis Jr. stopped by to visit the Bunkers. It begins with a briefcase he left in Archie's cab ... and ends with the kiss of infamy.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Glove Tapes / Rushin Ballet / Male & Female - The Little Rascals (Our Gang) Cover Art

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Glove Tapes / Rushin Ballet / Male & Female Episode Description

Featuring three wonderful adventures from the Our Gang Rascals! See Spanky as he tries his hand at coaching a prize fighter, watch Alfalfa learn that love hurts when you're president of the "He Man Woman Haters Club" and watch the boys take up ballet in an effort to avoid a thorough thrashing from the town bullies!

© 2007 Legend Films, Inc.

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Chevy Chase, Richard Pryor, 5/4/1977 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Chevy Chase, Richard Pryor, 5/4/1977 Episode Description

Johnny kicks off the show with a monologue that touches on the historic interviews between David Frost and former President Richard Nixon. Funnyman guest Chevy Chase explains for the first time why he left the cast of Saturday Night Live, and cutting-edge comedian Richard Pryor sits down with Johnny for a memorable interview about getting divorced in California. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Cousin Maude's Visit - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Cousin Maude's Visit

All in the Family - Cousin Maude's Visit Episode Description

Edith's liberal cousin, Maude Findlay, arrives to help in caring for a flu-ridden Archie and Mike.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Oh, My Aching Back - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Oh, My Aching Back

All in the Family - Oh, My Aching Back Episode Description

Archie is involved in a minor, non-injury car accident, then finds out that Lionel Jefferson's family used an insurance settlement to open a dry-cleaning business. He gets an idea ... and a sudden aching back.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: Vol. 1, Episode 3 - The Best of The Carol Burnett Show Cover Art

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show - The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: Vol. 1, Episode 3 Episode Description

"Hi, I'm a leper." Thus spoke "The Oldest Man" after settling in beside fellow galley slave Harvey Korman. Tim Conway's lovable codger, known for his peculiar shuffling gait and his habit of nodding off in mid-sentence, had a Zelig-like ability to show up anywhere, at any time in history - much like Conway himself, who lampoons high-profile defense lawyer F. Lee Bailey as a rabbit named F. Lee Bunny. Another famous Bailey, Pearl, plays a talkative shrink trying to help Carol with her man problem, which triggers A Good Man Is Hard to Find. Carol revives the Norma Desmond role from Sunset Boulevard as "Nora Desmond," looking for career salvation via a Knock 'Em Dead bug spray commercial. In the salute to 20th Century Fox, she takes on Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music and Carmen Miranda with a small produce section attached to her head.

© 2014 Whacko, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Choo-Choo - The Little Rascals (Our Gang) Cover Art

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Choo-Choo

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Choo-Choo Episode Description

The gang trades places with a group of orphans about to take a train ride. It's hilarity from there as the train conductor does everything in his power to control the rowdy kids.

© 2007 Legend Films, Inc.

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The Saga of Cousin Oscar - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - The Saga of Cousin Oscar

All in the Family - The Saga of Cousin Oscar Episode Description

Archie's freeloading cousin, Oscar, dies in the guest room. Archie and Mike host an impromptu wake in their home, as they ponder whether to hold a funeral service or simply dispose of Oscar's body.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Carnac the Magnificent, David Letterman, 11/11/1980 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Carnac the Magnificent, David Letterman, 11/11/1980 Episode Description

Celebrating the 200th birthday of Los Angeles, Johnny’s funny monologue discusses the first LA Rams football game and newly-elected President Ronald Reagan. The all-knowing Carnac the Magnificent visits to divine the future, and a very young and funny David Letterman discusses his short-lived morning TV show. Jazz sensation Pete Fountain plays with the Tonight Show band. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Archie Gives Blood - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Archie Gives Blood

All in the Family - Archie Gives Blood Episode Description

Archie won't donate blood over his concerns a non-Caucasian will be the recipient.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Dom DeLuise, Jerry Seinfeld, Betty White, 11/12/1981 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Dom DeLuise, Jerry Seinfeld, Betty White, 11/12/1981 Episode Description

In his monologue, Johnny provides his funny take on the new Trickle Down Theory, the space shuttle’s early return home, and the nicer restaurants in beautiful downtown Burbank. Guest Dom DeLuise keeps Johnny and the audience in stitches with stories about working with Dolly Parton. The Mighty Carson Art Players entertain the audience with their performance of ‘The Video Untouchables’ featuring Betty White. Up-and-coming comedian Jerry Seinfeld is true to form, questioning the every day aspects of life. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Edith's Accident - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Edith's Accident

All in the Family - Edith's Accident Episode Description

Edith's shopping cart gets away from her, resulting in a minor paint scratch. Out of the cart pops a can of "mmmm-mmmm" (cling peaches) in heavy syrup, causing a dent in the hood. Edith leaves a note on the car and the owner comes by to collect the damages.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: Vol. 1, Episode 2 - The Best of The Carol Burnett Show Cover Art

The Best of The Carol Burnett Show - The Best of The Carol Burnett Show: Vol. 1, Episode 2 Episode Description

Carol was mighty busy in late 1972. In December, she appeared on the movie screen opposite Walter Matthau in Pete 'n' Tillie and on CBS for the TV adaptation of Once Upon a Mattress, the musical comedy that marked her Broadway debut in 1959. She found the time to learn to speak Australian from Helen Reddy, who also sings I Am Woman, which recently had reentered the charts on its way to No. 1. Andy Griffith returns to his country roots with Turn Your Radio On and to his law enforcement ways as an officious warden responsible for Carol's first overnight conjugal visit to her frustrated jailed husband, Harvey Korman. Andy's clearly picked up a few tricks from his former TV deputy, Barney Fife. Everyone joins in for the rousing finale with a message, The Chain of Life.

© 2014 Whacko, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Archie and the Editorial - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Archie and the Editorial

All in the Family - Archie and the Editorial Episode Description

Archie is invited to give a "man-on-the street" editorial on television, where he speaks against gun control. He then meets two people who saw the editorial ... who promptly rob him at gunpoint.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Archie in the Lockup - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Archie in the Lockup

All in the Family - Archie in the Lockup Episode Description

Mike and Lionel decide to become part of an anti-war protest, but it isn't until they leave that Gloria gets the news that the situation is turning violent. She and Edith urge Archie to go down to the protest and bring him home. Mike comes home frazzled but unharmed, but Archie ends up in the slammer surrounded by commies, hippies and drop-outs. Mike secures his release because the police captain is Polish, but Archie doesn't know that and offends the captain, leaving him to stay in jail a little longer.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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The Best of the 60s & 70s - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Best of the 60s & 70s Episode Description

From those early days of black and white with Ed Ames' memorable Tomahawk toss, to Tiny Tim's Technicolor wedding, to Letterman and Leno's stand-up debuts, the first decade of the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson was filled with once-in-a-lifetime funny TV moments. This episode includes in show-running order: Buddy Hackett, Ed Ames, Pearl Bailey, Flip Wilson, George Carlin, George Gobel, Dean Martin, Bob Hope, Jay “Tonto” Silverheels, Don Rickles, Myna Bird, Jack Webb, Putt Mossman, Tiny Tim, Tiny Tim & Miss Vicki, John Twomey, Elizabeth Martineau, Cheetah, Twin Orangutans, Jay Leno, Steve Martin, David Letterman, Beetle, and Dolly Parton.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Judging Books by Covers - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Judging Books by Covers

All in the Family - Judging Books by Covers Episode Description

Archie is irritated at Mike's offbeat friend, who dresses and behaves in a way that leads him to mistakenly conclude he is a homosexual. But Archie soon learns that one of his best friends is gay.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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School Days - Get Smart Cover Art

Get Smart - School Days

Get Smart - School Days Episode Description

Max tries to flush out an undercover KAOS agent at the CONTROL spy school.

© 2015 Home Box Office, Inc.

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Secret Weapon - Sherlock Holmes Cover Art

Sherlock Holmes - Secret Weapon

Sherlock Holmes - Secret Weapon Episode Description

The legendary Sherlock Holmes squares off once again against his nemesis, the diabolically brilliant Professor Moriarty. Moriarty kidnaps the inventor of a new wartime bombsight, and threatens to sell the invention to the Nazis. England's fate hangs in the balance as Holmes and Watson must break a secret code of dancing men to stop the Nazis and rescue the inventor.

© 1946 Legend Films

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Prelude to Murder (a.k.a. Dressed to Kill) - Sherlock Holmes Cover Art

Sherlock Holmes - Prelude to Murder (a.k.a. Dressed to Kill) Episode Description

In Prelude to Murder the legendary Sherlock Holmes must apply his keen ear for music to help solve this thrilling case. A trio of music boxes contains the hidden secret to vast riches, and a group of criminals is willing to kill for them. When the first of these victims is a friend of Dr. Watson, Holmes is on the case. This is the last of Basil Rathbone's portrayals of the iconic Sherlock Holmes, and certainly one of the best.

© 1946 Legend Films

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Chevy Chase, Richard Pryor, 5/4/1977 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Chevy Chase, Richard Pryor, 5/4/1977 Episode Description

Johnny kicks off the show with a monologue that touches on the historic interviews between David Frost and former President Richard Nixon. Funnyman guest Chevy Chase explains for the first time why he left the cast of Saturday Night Live, and cutting-edge comedian Richard Pryor sits down with Johnny for a memorable interview about getting divorced in California. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Maude - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Maude

All in the Family - Maude Episode Description

Archie and Edith travel to upstate New York to attend Carol Findlay's wedding.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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All in the Family - Christmas Day At the Bunkers'

All in the Family - Christmas Day At the Bunkers' Episode Description

Archie is depressed at Christmas because his boss canceled his holiday bonus (purportedly for screwing up a work order) and he doesn't know how to break the news to his family.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Don Rickles, Robert Blake, 9/19/1975 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Don Rickles, Robert Blake, 9/19/1975 Episode Description

After one of his trademark raucous monologues where he mocks everything from the upcoming bi-centennial, singer Cher’s censorship problems, and the Watergate scandal, Johnny welcomes his guest, the caustically funny Don Rickles—a virtual comic machine gun. Later, the Mighty Carson Art Players spoof the TV show "Columbo" featuring an appearance by Robert Blake. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Woman in Green - Sherlock Holmes Cover Art

Sherlock Holmes - Woman in Green

Sherlock Holmes - Woman in Green Episode Description

The legendary Sherlock Holmes squares off once again against his nemesis, the diabolically brilliant Professor Moriarty. Four women are brutally murdered, and Scotland Yard thinks it is the random work of a madman. But Holmes and Watson follow a mysterious and beautiful woman into the nefarious world of blackmail and hypnotism. They deduce that something far more sinister is happening here – the work of a criminal genius. The amazing colorization, created with a new cutting-edge digital technology, breathes new life into this already excellent film!

© 1946 Legend Films

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Gloria Poses in the Nude - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Gloria Poses in the Nude

All in the Family - Gloria Poses in the Nude Episode Description

An artist friend of the Stivics wants to paint a portrait of Gloria in her birthday suit, prompting a debate over the morality of nude art.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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Lionel Steps Out - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Lionel Steps Out

All in the Family - Lionel Steps Out Episode Description

Archie goes berserk when he discovers that his visiting niece has been seeing Lionel, whose own family is just as unhappy about it.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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The Best of the 80s & 90s - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - The Best of the 80s & 90s Episode Description

Throughout the 80s and 90s, the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson delivered unforgettable moments with everyone from the zany Steve Martin, Robin Williams, Bette Midler, and Chevy Chase, to soon-to-be-president Bill Clinton, debut appearances from Roseanne and Drew Carey, visits from Carnac and Art Fern, original comic insights from George Carlin, Albert Brooks and Charles Grodin, side-splitting civilian guests and memorable visits from the wild kingdom. This episode includes in show-running order: Dyan Cannon, Vlasta Krsek, “Flatnose”, Rohan Varavadekar, Roseanne, Bear Cub, Zachary LaVoy, Snake, Chevy Chase, Siskel & Ebert, George Carlin, Jane Fonda, John Mendoza, Joe Piscopo, David Letterman, Albert Brooks, Bill Clinton, Drew Carey, Shelley Winters, Annie Potts, Myrtle Young, Bat, Madeline Kahn, Charles Grodin, Steve Martin, Ann-Margret, Bob Newhart, Cathy Guisewite, Ted Koppel, Robin Williams, and Bette Midler.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Steve Martin, The Mighty Carson Art Players, 9/26/1980 - Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Cover Art

Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Steve Martin, The Mighty Carson Art Players, 9/26/1980 Episode Description

During the opening, Johnny skewers the Reagan-Carter presidential debates. Wild and crazy guest Steve Martin is in top form, makes a surprising order, and jokes about local commercials. The Mighty Carson Art Players perform the hilarious sketch, "Archaeologist" featuring a world-famous archaeologist. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.

© 2013 Carson Entertainment Group

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Washee Ironee / Night-n-Gales - The Little Rascals (Our Gang) Cover Art

The Little Rascals (Our Gang) - Washee Ironee / Night-n-Gales Episode Description

The neighborhood rich kid, Wally, wants nothing more than to play football with the lower-class neighbor boys, but his mother will not allow it. He's to stay inside and practice his music for a performance he must give to her garden party group. Imagine her surprise when her little "angel" shows up after the game! You'll also see Spanky, Alfalfa, Porky and Darla put on a show for her parents. When the weather takes a turn for the worse, it's Darla's father who pays the price as they boys take over his bedroom for their overnight stay!

© 2007 Legend Films, Inc.

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Lionel's Engagement - All in the Family Cover Art

All in the Family - Lionel's Engagement

All in the Family - Lionel's Engagement Episode Description

The Bunkers, Stivics and Jeffersons attend Lionel's engagement party. His fiancée is a young woman whose father is white and mother is black, much to the chagrin of Archie and (especially) George.

©1970-1979 (renewed) Tandem Licensing Corp.

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