Edith has jury duty; Archie is worried about his job; Gloria discovers women's lib; Success story; The first and last supper. Videocassette release of three episodes of the BBC television show broadcast in 1993. Video/C 9703 Cast: Lenny Henry, Caroline Lee Johnson, Roger Griffiths with special guests. Host: Jon Stewart; correspondents, Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms. DVD 4078 Cast: Christopher Morris, Steve Coogan, Doon Mackichan, Patrick Marber, David Schneider, Michael Alexander. Cedric the Entertainer (host), George Willborn, Sonya D., Mike Bonner. 3: Hello, Dalai; Secrets & Ellen; Reversal of misfortune; The clip show patient; The puppy episode (part 1); The puppy episode (Part 2); Hello muddah, hello faddah; Moving on. Originally produced for television in the early 1950s. Video/C 9663 Cast: Wally Cox, Tony Randall, Jack Warden, Patricia Benoit, Jenny Egan, Ruth Mc Devitt. Peepers, that shy, quiet, slow-moving science teacher whose efforts to do the right thing always seemed to backfire.The first season of the 1970's sit-com that broke ground for the way it discussed controversial topics and dealt with bigotry and politics. Featuring: Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers. A British sit-com of Gareth Blackstock, the "finest" chef in England, possibly the world, who rules the kitchen of Le Chateau Anglais, the most upscale French restaurant in England. The first three episodes from a television satire of British news programmes. Three full length shows from the Black Entertainment cable network's comedy series Comicview. DVD 1059 The Night the Roof Fell In: Rob and Laura each tells their side of an argument to friends when Rob doesn't come home after a marital dispute. Never Name a Duck: Two orphan ducklings come to live at the Petrie house. Originally broadcast on television during the 1996-1997 season. Includes the first 26 episodes from this early classic televison sit-com.
Culp is better known for her comedic role as Miss Jane Hathaway on The Beverly Hillbillies and Deacon, among many outstanding roles, is well remembered as Mel Cooley on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
A tribute to the icons of early television and an entertaining retrospective on the golden age of television comedy. DVD 4664 This second segment in a four-part series featuring archival clips offers a fresh take on the first celebrities of television, including interviews with many of them. Sam and Diane face the breakup of their explosive relationship and newcomer Frasier Crane is introduced. Everett Koop, nuclear protestors; Borat: Minor league baseball. Disc 1: Democratic National Convention: The Race From the White House. Disc 2, Republican National Convention: Target New York In addition to news reports of the real world with a satirical edge, the Daily Show also has celebrities (and semi-celebrities) on for interviews with the host, Jon Stewart. She tries to get by in life dealing with her various friends whom include the outgoing redhead Paige, the insecure photographer Adam, her unsure-of-himself cousin Spence, the coffee shop guy Joe Farrell, and the critical and obnoxious Audrey.
The comic misadventures of fashion femme fatales Edina and Patsy who drive Edina's sensible daughter, Saffron, up the wall with their constant drug abuse and outrageous selfishness. Doorhandle -- Happy New Year -- Sex -- Jealous -- Fear -- The end. Based on the original idea by Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French. Originally aired on television during the 2003 season. DVD 5867 Cast: Margaret Cho, Maddie Corman, Judy Gold, Amy Hill, Ashley Johnson, Clyde Kusatsu, Jodi Long, J. Notes from the underground; Venus de Margaret; A night at the Oprah; Pulp sitcom; Young Americans. "Ethnic Humor and Ingroup/Outgroup Positioning: Explicating Viewer Perceptions of All-American Girl." In: Cultural diversity and the U. M552 U628 1998) Cast: Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers. Meet the Bunkers; Writing the president; Oh, my aching back; Judging books by covers -- Disc 2. Beyond the pass: The struggling restaurant may be turned over to creditors...worse yet, a diner asks for salt! presents "midterm elections," an educational musical animated short -- John Edwards announcement (presidential candidacy) -- Stephen Colbert: Interviews I could get [with] Rev. Bill Bellamy, Laura Hayes, Gi George, Ted Carpenter. Martin Lawrence (host), Chris Tucker, Kevin Anthony, Alonzo "Hamburger" Jones, Bernie Mac -- Show 2. Season four includes the famous two-part episode in which Ellen comes out (The Puppy Episode). 1: Give me equity or give me death; A deer head for Joe; Splitsville, man; The parent trap; Looking out for number one; The bubble gum incident; Harold and Ellen; Not so great expectations; The pregnancy test -- v. Neutron is found, plus live from Epsom meet the most awful family in Britain, a doctor whose patients are stabbed by his nurse, father-in-law, the man who finishes other people's sentences and the Batsmen of the Kalahari. Hank Mc Cune: Hank Mc Cune, Hanley Stafford, Florence Bates. In Mister Peepers Robinson Peepers, a shy high school science teacher and his sister take a brief vacation; then school begins again.
Numerous in-jokes and heavy doses of cruel humour have made this television series a cult hit in the UK and abroad. Fashion -- Fat -- France -- Iso tank -- Birthday -- Magazine. Hospital -- Death -- Morocco -- New best friend -- Poor -- Birth. Originally broadcast as a television series 1994-1995. Archie gives blood; Gloria's pregnancy; Mike's hippie friends come to visit; Lionel moves into the neighborhood -- Disc 3. Subject to contract: There's a secret ingredient in today's menu when a prep assistant loses an adhesive bandage somewhere in the meal. Al Sharpton, Senator Bob Graham, Don King; Minority retort -- Rob Corddry: Democratic debate in NY; Democratic debate in Detroit; The secretaries' tour -- Ed Helms: Original introduction; principle spinner -- Samantha Bee: Block the vote; So you want to bee ... -- the National anthem performed by Samantha Bee, Stephen Colbert, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms -- Continental skiff boat oarsmen for veracity -- Steve Carell: trail and tribulations -- Bob Wiltfong: Sticker shock. Three full length shows from the Black Entertainment cable network's comedy series Comicview. Chris Rock (host), Ronnie Long, Dominique, Rudy Rush -- Show 3. 2: Kiss my bum; Bowl, baby, bowl; Fleas navidad; Alone again...naturally; Joe's kept secret; Makin' whoopie; Ellen unplugged; Ellen's deaf comedy jam -- v. In the Hank Mc Cune show the dim-witted Hank buys a television from credit sharks.
1.03 [--] Date with the Angels: HIGH FEVER Written by George Tibbles, Fran Van Hartesveldt & Bill Kelsay Directed by James V.
Synopsis: When Vickie goes with a friend to visit the office of an obstetrician, Gus mistakenly thinks the Angels are due for a visit from the stork. Of course, this is a Christmas episode, so you can rest assured there will be a happy ending.The funniest moment arrives at the start of the episode. Finley, played by the perpetually aged Burt Mustin, sings the popular Christmas carol “The First Noel” with only one lyric: the single word ‘noel.’ I love this moment so much, I frequently find myself at holiday time singing "The First Noel" exactly as Mr. I also love this episode because it not only includes veteran TV actor Burt Mustin but character actors Nancy Kulp and Richard Deacon as well.Making matters worse, the well-intentioned Vickie is criticized by Mr.Finley's son for getting his father a job when he believes his father should be staying at home.Merry Anders Art Balinger Jill Banner Howard Culver Tim Donnelly Don Dubbins Virginia Gregg Chanin Hale Stacy Harris John Hudson Heather Menzies Ralph Moody Burt Mustin Vic Perrin Jack Sheldon Mickey Sholdar Olan Soule Leonard Stone Bobby Troup Virginia Vincent Len Wayland Peggy Webber Tom Williams William Barton Yarborough (Photo sent in by Raul Moreno.) Notable Dragnet Role: Policewoman Dorothy Miller Actress Filmography: Blood Legacy (1971): aka Legacy of Blood Women of the Prehistoric Planet (1966): Karen (aka Prehistoric Planet Women) Tickle Me (1965): Estelle Penfield Quick Gun, The (1964) Tiger Walks, A (1964) : Betty Collins Time Travelers, The (1964): aka Time Trap (1964) House of the Damned (1963) Police Nurse (1963) Air Patrol (1962) Patty (1962): aka Case of Patty Smith (1962) 20,000 Eyes (1961) Gambler Wore a Gun, The (1961): Sharon Donovan Police Dog Story, The (1961): Terry Dayton Secret of Deep Harbor (1961): Janey Fowler Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) Walking Target, The (1960) Young Jesse James (1960): Belle Starr Five Bold Women (1959): The Missouri Lady “How to Marry a Millionaire” (1958) TV Series: The Missouri Lady Violent Road (1958): Carrie: aka Hell’s Highway (1958) Desk Set (1957): Cathy: aka His Other Woman (1957) Calypso Heat Wave (1957): Marti Collins Dalton Girls, The (1957) Death in Small Doses (1957) Escape from San Quentin (1957) No Time to Be Young (1957) All That Heaven Allows (1955): Mary Ann Princess of the Nile (1954): Handmaiden Titanic (1953) (uncredited): College Girl Farmer Takes a Wife, The (1953): Hannah Miserables, Les (1952): Cicely Notable TV Guest Appearances: “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “Three Queen’s Full” 1961 “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “Destination Devil’s Flat” 1960 “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “Town That Wasn’t There, The” 1960 “Maverick” (1957) in episode: “People’s Friend, The” 9/13/1959 “Richard Diamond, Private Detective” (1957) in episode: “Bookie” 10/19/1959 Notable Dragnet Role: Camille Gearhardt in “The Hammer .” (She’s the one who provokes Friday to use his strongest language of any Dragnet episode: “I’ll bet your mother had a loud bark!