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WMAQ-TV Special: Kukla, Fran,and Ollie: A Reminiscence. (1986) Fran Allison hosts this touching special in tribute to the late Burr Tillstrom and his Kuklapolitan Players.





ABC Stage '67 "Johnny Belinda" (1967) A country doctor in 1903 takes a special interest in a deaf and mute young woman. Originally aired in color and in two parts. With Mia Farrow, Barry Sullivan, Ralph White, and Louise Latham.




 

NBC Special: The Jack Benny Show (1965) Jack Benny welcomes Bob Hope, Elke Sommer, and The Beach Boys for this hour of comedy and variety. In color.




 

Tin Pan Alley TV (1950) Music variety series originated from Chicago over WENR-TV Channel 7. With Johnny Desmond, Red Evans, Gloria Van, Chet Roble, Kay Westfall, The Visionaires, and Rex Maupin.




 

Don Alan's Magic Ranch (1961) Magician Don Alan entertains an audience of all ages. Originally aired on WBKB Channel 7 Chicago.




 

Happy "The Honeymoon" (1960) Ronnie Burns and Yvonne Lime star in this short-lived NBC sitcom. Flashback episode retells the story of Sally's and Chris' honeymoon.




 

Kraft Music Hall with Milton Berle (1959) Berle welcomes Harpo Marx. Originally aired in color.


 
 


WBBM-TV Special: The Great Debate (1985) Bill Kurtis hosts this retrospective on the first televised Presidential debate between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice-President Richard M.Nixon.





In Town Tonight (1957) In TV's early days, local newscasts were rarely over 15 minutes. At 10:15 weeknights, WBBM-TV aired this music series after its newscast. With host Jim Conway and guests Jerry Colonna and Helen Forrest. Regulars include Patricia Scot and Len Dressler.



 

Kup's Show with Irv Kupcinet (segment) (1966) Kup interviews Dwight D. Eisenhower.





 
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MBC Video Archive for October:

 

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WMAQ-TV Special: Kukla, Fran,and Ollie: A Reminiscence. (1986) Fran Allison hosts this touching special in tribute to the late Burr Tillstrom and his Kuklapolitan Players.





ABC Stage '67 "Johnny Belinda" (1967) A country doctor in 1903 takes a special interest in a deaf and mute young woman. Originally aired in color and in two parts. With Mia Farrow, Barry Sullivan, Ralph White, and Louise Latham.




 

NBC Special: The Jack Benny Show (1965) Jack Benny welcomes Bob Hope, Elke Sommer, and The Beach Boys for this hour of comedy and variety. In color.




 

Tin Pan Alley TV (1950) Music variety series originated from Chicago over WENR-TV Channel 7. With Johnny Desmond, Red Evans, Gloria Van, Chet Roble, Kay Westfall, The Visionaires, and Rex Maupin.




 

Don Alan's Magic Ranch (1961) Magician Don Alan entertains an audience of all ages. Originally aired on WBKB Channel 7 Chicago.




 

Happy "The Honeymoon" (1960) Ronnie Burns and Yvonne Lime star in this short-lived NBC sitcom. Flashback episode retells the story of Sally's and Chris' honeymoon.




 

Kraft Music Hall with Milton Berle (1959) Berle welcomes Harpo Marx. Originally aired in color.


 
 


WBBM-TV Special: The Great Debate (1985) Bill Kurtis hosts this retrospective on the first televised Presidential debate between Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice-President Richard M.Nixon.





In Town Tonight (1957) In TV's early days, local newscasts were rarely over 15 minutes. At 10:15 weeknights, WBBM-TV aired this music series after its newscast. With host Jim Conway and guests Jerry Colonna and Helen Forrest. Regulars include Patricia Scot and Len Dressler.



 

Kup's Show with Irv Kupcinet (segment) (1966) Kup interviews Dwight D. Eisenhower.





 
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