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Film and Television Collections in Europe the MAP TV Guide

The combined interests of production and scholarship attracted the British
Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) to taking on the role of project
coordination on behalf of MAP-TV and the MEDIA Programme in the creation of
this first guide ...

Film and Television Collections in Europe   the MAP TV Guide

The MAP-TV Guide to film and television collections in Europe provides detailed information on almost 2,000 sources and archives of film and television in over forty European countries. This authoritative volume includes: the title listing of each collection both in English and the local language; research information; a subject and keyword index; an introduction to the collections in each country. This work will be of importance to all film researchers, production companies, film makers, archivists and reference librarians.

A TV Guide to Life

It's not common knowledge on TV, though, where coworkers are always getting
involved with one another. Consider Pam and Jim's relationship on NBC's The
Office. But then the same show has any number of other couples: Dwight and ...

A TV Guide to Life

Read Jeff Alexander's posts on the Penguin Blog. A couch potato’s book of wisdom— 100% commercial free! Some say that entire generations of Americans are being raised by the television…like that’s a bad thing. Not so, says author Jeff Alexander, long-time television writer, advocate of education by television, and recapper for the popular website Television Without Pity. Here, he offers the ultimate in life lessons as seen on TV. Topics include: • Saved by the Bell: School on TV • Somebody Save Me: Super Powers and Magic Spells • Tell Me Why I Love You Like I Do: Relationships on TV • Making A Living: The Workplace • And more With a smart, snarky style, Alexander guides readers through important lessons gleaned from years of TV reviewing (now in convenient book form!), freeing up a whole new generation to learn other things, like how to cure cancer or solve world hunger…or anything more useful than watching TV (Author’s note: Just joking… there is no such thing).

Changing Channels

A forty-year history of the largest circulated magazine in the United States reveals TV Guide's erratic stances on social issues and chronicles how the publication moved from an industry watchdog to a more commercial, popular format.

Changing Channels

A forty-year history of the largest circulated magazine in the United States reveals TV Guide's erratic stances on social issues and chronicles how the publication moved from an industry watchdog to a more commercial, popular format.

A Reference Guide to Television s Bonanza

TV Guide. November 27, ¡993. Canape, Charlene. “Bonanza's Little Joe Still a
Hero.” Daily Times. Carlson, Timothy. “How Michael Landon's Brave Struggle
with Cancer Has Inspired America.” TV Guide. June 8, ¡99¡. [Landon on Cover]
_____ ...

A Reference Guide to Television   s Bonanza

Bonanza aired on NBC from September 12, 1959, to January 16, 1973, playing to 480,000,000 viewers in over 97 countries. It was the second longest running western series, surpassed only by Gunsmoke, and continues to provide wholesome entertainment to old and new fans via syndication. This book provides an in-depth chronicle of the series and its stars. A history of the show from its inception to the current made-for-television movies is provided, and an episode guide includes a synopsis of each show and lists such details as the main characters of each episode and the actors who portrayed them, the dates they stayed with the show, date and time of original broadcast, writer, director, producer, executive producer, and supporting cast. Also provided are character sketches for each of the major recurring characters, career biographies of Lorne Green, Pernell Roberts, Dan Blocker, and Michael Landon, brief biographical sketches of the supporting cast, a discography of recordings of the Bonanza theme and recordings of the four major stars, and information on Bonanza television movies.

TV Guide

With this book, TV fans and collectors can step back into television history, and enjoy every issue of this amazing American icon.

TV Guide

A guide to collecting the television magazine which includes fifty years of national and regional covers, a history of television programming, a publication history of the guide, and a table of the current market value for each issue.

Television Variety Shows

“The Beat Goes On—Again: Now Sonny and Cher Have Brought It to Television.”
TV Guide, 3/18/72. “America's Secret Weapon! Carol & Company Will Make 'Em
Fall Down Laughing.” TV Guide, 1/5/02. (Carol Burnett) Amory, Cleveland.

Television Variety Shows

For the few hundred television viewers in 1946, a special treat on the broadcast schedule was the variety show called Hour Glass. It was the first TV program to go beyond talking heads, cooking demonstrations, and sporting events, featuring instead dancers, comics, singers, and long commercials for its sponsor, Chase and Sanborn coffee. Within two years, another variety show, Texaco Star Theatre, became the first true television hit and would be credited with the sales of thousands of television sets. The variety show formula was a staple of television in its first 30 years, in part because it lent itself to a medium where everything had to be live and preferably inside a studio. Most of the early television stars—including Jackie Gleason, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Ed Sullivan, Red Skelton, Dinah Shore, and Arthur Godfrey—rose to prominence through weekly variety shows. In the 1960s, major stars such as Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, Judy Garland and Danny Kaye were hosting variety shows. By the 1970s, the format was giving way to sitcoms and dramas, but pop music stars Sonny and Cher, Tony Orlando and Dawn, and Donny and Marie Osmond hosted some of the last of the species. This book details 57 variety shows from the 1940s through the 1990s. A history of each show is first provided, followed by a brief look at each episode. Air date, guest stars, sketches performed, and a listing of songs featured are included.

WOrld War II Goes to the Movies Television Guide

Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell became a voluptuous film star, TV, and
nightclubs, whose cleavage provided the most controversy surrounding the
public showing of Howard Hugh's 'The Outlaw' during the WWII years. The film
completed ...

WOrld War II Goes to the Movies   Television Guide

A complete film guide to motion pictures and television shows that pertain to the war.

World War II Goes to the Movies Television Guide Volume I A K

They are sent to take part in a war games/training weekend commanded by
Major-General Fullard (Archard) with real uniforms. Then the fun begins.
Columbia made several changes in the film from the TV series and discussions
were held for ...

World War II Goes to the Movies   Television Guide Volume I A K


World War II Goes to the Movies Television Guide Volume II L Z

The Pacific (2010, TV HBO miniseries) Jon Seda, James Badge Dale, Joseph
Mazzello, Ashton Holms, William Sadler, Jon Bernthal, Jacob Pitts, Keith Nobbs,
Josh Helman, Henry Nixon, Matthew Dale, Nathan Corddry, Rami Malek,
Brendan ...

World War II Goes to the Movies   Television Guide Volume II L Z


Not Quite TV Guide

Not Quite TV Guide


TV Guide Film and Video Companion

Millions of fans of TV Guide, the world's most widely read weekly publication with 30 million loyal readers, will want to own this!

TV Guide Film and Video Companion

At a whopping 1,600 pages, with some 35,000 of the greatest movies ever made, this encyclopedia by the editors of TV Guide's award winning, world-renowned Cinebooks Database is simply indispensable. Die-hard movie buffs and the merely curious will both be thrilled at how easily they'll find the answer to any question they have: everything is cross-referenced, including indexes to the actors, the directors, and the films themselves (also arranged by star ranking). Independent and foreign films appear along with Hollywood favorites, and all the movies receive far more in-depth reviews than in any other guide to cinema. Each generous entry includes complete cast listing, detailed plot synopses, exhaustive production credits, musical score information, lists of Oscar(TM) nominees and winners, and much more. Millions of fans of TV Guide, the world's most widely read weekly publication with 30 million loyal readers, will want to own this!

Another Big Book of TV Guide Crossword Puzzles

Thirty million loyal TV Guide readers know where to find the best TV crosswords ever created. Puzzles with television themes from the most widely read weekly magazine in the world make this collection a television lover’s dream book.

Another Big Book of TV Guide Crossword Puzzles

Thirty million loyal TV Guide� readers know where to find the best TV crosswords ever created. Puzzles with television themes from the most widely read weekly magazine in the world make this collection a television lover’s dream book. It’s spiral bound, oversize, and filled with hundreds of crosswords that will challenge anyone’s television IQ. There are classic favorites from the 1960s, ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s; take a walk down memory lane, and answer “___ Masters in Rin Tin Tin” (just 3 letters). Try the best contemporary crosswords from TV Guide� Crosswords Magazine. All that, plus brain teasers and fun trivia quizzes offer hours of fun.

TV Guide

Celebrates a half century of television history, from "The Howdy Doody Show" and "I Love Lucy" to "The Simpsons" and "The Sopranos," and the personalities, shows, and landmark events that changed entertainment history.

TV Guide

Celebrates a half century of television history, from "The Howdy Doody Show" and "I Love Lucy" to "The Simpsons" and "The Sopranos," and the personalities, shows, and landmark events that changed entertainment history.

Television Today

On television

Television Today

On television

An Analytical Guide to Television s Battlestar Galactica

... 107 Sword of Justice (TV series) 14 T.J. Hooker (TV series) 41 "Take the
Celestra” (Battlestar Galactica episode) 26, 29 ... Trouble with Tribbles” (Star Trek
episode) 37 Trumball, Douglas 33, 46, 76 Tuerpe, Paul 140 TV Guide (periodical
) 24, ...

An Analytical Guide to Television   s Battlestar Galactica

When the space drama Battlestar Galactica debuted on ABC in 1978, it was expected to be the most popular new program of the year. Instead, it was attacked as a Star Wars rip-off and canceled after a mere 17 stories. The author acknowledges the show was full of dramatic clichés and scientific inaccuracies, but despite these shortcomings, Battlestar Galactica was a dramatically resonant series full of unique and individual characters, such as Commander Adama (Lorne Greene) and ace warrior Captain Apollo (Richard Hatch). The author contends that Battlestar Galactica was a memorable attempt to make science fiction accessible to mainstream television audiences. The brilliant work of artist John Dykstra brought a new world of special effects to network television. Battlestar Galactica also skillfully exploited legends and names from both the Bible and ancient mythology, which added a layer of depth and maturity to the weekly drama.

Web Bloopers

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much - improved listings and software update ... DigiGuide : The Best TV Guide ...

Web Bloopers

The dot.com crash of 2000 was a wake-up call, and told us that the Web has far to go before achieving the acceptance predicted for it in '95. A large part of what is missing is quality; a primary component of the missing quality is usability. The Web is not nearly as easy to use as it needs to be for the average person to rely on it for everyday information, commerce, and entertainment. In response to strong feedback from readers of GUI BLOOPERS calling for a book devoted exclusively to Web design bloopers, Jeff Johnson calls attention to the most frequently occurring and annoying design bloopers from real web sites he has worked on or researched. Not just a critique of these bloopers and their sites, this book shows how to correct or avoid the blooper and gives a detailed analysis of each design problem. Hear Jeff Johnson's interview podcast on software and website usability at the University of Canterbury (25 min.) Discusses in detail 60 of the most common and critical web design mistakes, along with the solutions, challenges, and tradeoffs associated with them. Covers important subject areas such as: content, task-support, navigation, forms, searches, writing, link appearance, and graphic design and layout. Organized and formatted based on the results of its own usability test performed by web designers themselves. Features its own web site (www.web-bloopers.com)with new and emerging web design no-no's (because new bloopers are born every day) along with a much requested printable blooper checklist for web designers and developers to use.

Southern Cultures

“MoreThan Meets the Eye,” TV Guide, March 1, 1958, 17–19; “This Rebel's From
New York,” TV Guide, September 5, 1958, 28–30; “Nick From Nanticoke,” TV
Guide, March 1, 1958, 12–15. 8. “The Unreal McCoy,” TV Guide, April 7, 1962, 8–
10 ...

Southern Cultures

The Winter 2014 Issue brings us duels and Dashboard Poets, eels and faux villages, a beloved television icon, interviews with liberal hero Walter Mondale and conservative activist Jack Kershaw, Civil War battlefi eld monuments, and more. From familiar faces and famous legends to humble commemorations and invented histories, we explore the tensions between preservation and progress that have forged the region as we know it.