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Frontline “A Kid Kills”

Frontline episode featuring the story of Damian Bynoe and his crime of murdering two boys in Boston. This tape was used by Ms. Fields for research for her work in the DA’s office where this case was adjudicated.

Posters and Cut-outs

This series contains promotional items and displays for comedy movies, videos and albums. These items were not available to the general public, but were distributed to record stores, video stores and radio stations.

Debenham, Warren

Barney Miller

Barney Miller follows the eponymous police captain and his staff as they handle the various local troubles and characters that come to the police station. 170 Episodes aired in 8 seasons, between 1974 and 1982.

Fay

Follows the character Fay Stewart who starts her life over again after a divorce. She moved into a new apartment, started a new job as secretary to two lawyers and began dating. The show lasted only 10 episodes, between 1975-1976.

Article Interviews

Series 2: Article interviews, ca. 2002-2018 is comprised of 15 audio interviews conducted by Tripp Whetsell for articles published in local and national publications including TV Guide, New York Magazine, New York Post, Variety, and the Friars Clu...

General Comedy

This series contains general comedy records, from musical comedy to workplace humor. Bert and I…and other stories from Down East is the work of Robert Bryan and Marshall Dodge, telling comedic stories about life in Maine. The series also includes ...

Sheet music, scores, and cues

This series contains the sheet music for the conductor’s score, cues, and orchestra parts for numerous “Let’s Pretend” episodes. The music was written by Maurice Brown, who was the composer for the “Let’s Pretend” program.

Brown, Marlene

Costumes

This series contains costumes and related materials from Shea's performances. Due to a mold infestation, the costumes were photographed and removed from the collection, and the photographs were printed on acid-free paper along with any identi...

Helen Shea

Film Reviews

The series contains original clippings and photocopied reviews and interviews with director Dean Ward relating to the documentary film Let Me In, I Hear Laughter- A Salute to the Friars from national magazines and newspapers.

Financial Documents

This series consists of financial documents from the Variety Protected Materials Department. Many of the accounts span multiple years. When additional notes or receipts are attached to the account, they are housed together with the original ledge...

Alice

Contains one episode of Alice. The title character, Alice Hyatt, is an aspiring singer who arrives in Phoenix with her teenage son, Tommy, after the death of her husband. Alice is hired as a waitress at a diner owned by Mel Sharples while awaitin...

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