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Linha de televisão no horário nobre de 1964 - História

Linha de televisão no horário nobre de 1964 - História


América encontra os Beatles no “The Ed Sullivan Show”

Aproximadamente às 20h12. Horário do Leste, domingo, 9 de fevereiro de 1964, The Ed Sullivan Show voltou de um comercial (para o analgésico Anacin) e lá estava Ed Sullivan diante de uma multidão inquieta. Ele tentou começar sua próxima introdução, mas então parou e estendeu os braços no sinal universal de & # x201CSettle Down. & # X201D & # x201CQuiet! & # X201D ele disse com gravidade simulada, e o ruído diminuiu um pouco. Então ele retomou: & # x201Cere & # x2019s um mágico muito divertido que vimos na Europa e assinamos no verão passado & # x2026.Deixe & # x2019s dar uma bela mão para ele & # x2014Fred Kaps! & # X201D

Só para constar, Fred Kaps continuou a ser bastante charmoso e engraçado nos cinco minutos seguintes. Na verdade, Fred Kaps é reverenciado até hoje por mágicos ao redor do mundo como o único vencedor de três vezes do Grande Prêmio de Magiques da F & # xE9d & # xE9ration Internationale des Soci & # xE9t & # xE9s. Mas Fred Kaps teve o terrível azar neste dia de 1964 de ser o convidado que seguiu os Beatles no Ed Sullivan& # x2014possivelmente o ato mais difícil de seguir na história do show business.


Memory Lane: A televisão de esquete de comédia ainda tem!

Assistir a programas de televisão antigos é como voltar ao passado. Depois de entrar no salto quântico do seu passado, você começa a derramar algumas lágrimas durante seus & # 8220 os anos maravilhosos & # 8221, mas o que vem a ser vinte, trinta ou quarenta anos depois em seu futuro & # 8211 essas lágrimas trazem de volta às memórias da televisão clássica, que não vemos com frequência na programação da televisão do horário nobre de hoje & # 8217s & # 8217s.

Eu não pude evitar o fato de que minha dose diária de remédio e risos literalmente acompanhou o show & # 8217s que já foi exibido no horário nobre da televisão nos anos 1970 & # 8217s e 80 & # 8217s. Lembro-me de assistir nas noites de terça-feira com meus pais & # 8220Barney Miller & # 8221 & # 8220Happy Days & # 8221 & # 8220Laverne e Shirley & # 8221 e quem poderia esquecer o & # 8220Bob Newhart Show & # 8221 com o próprio Bob Newhart.

Elenco de Mary Tyler Moore Show, 1970-1977.

Um amigo meu dos tempos de colégio, recentemente confessou sob juramento de tirania do Facebook, que não havia percebido até agora & # 8211 que todos os personagens do & # 8220Mary Tyler Moore Show & # 8221 usaram seu verdadeiro primeiro nomes! É verdade, a atriz Mary Tyler Moore foi Mary Richardson, Gavin MacLeod interpretou Murray Slaughter, um escritor de notícias de rede trabalhador, Edward Asner interpretou Lou Grant, o diretor de notícias sobrecarregado, Ted Knight interpretou o meteorologista Ted Baxter, Valerie Harper interpretou Rhoda Morganstern, Georgia Engel interpretou Georgette Franklin, Bette White interpretou Cooking extraordinaire, Sue Ann Niven e Cloris Leachman interpretaram a sempre pensativa Phyllis Lindstorm, todas tiveram papéis recorrentes durante o programa de 1970-1977.

Moore, Asner e Knight usaram seus verdadeiros nomes no programa, à medida que o programa crescia em popularidade com os fãs ao longo de suas sete temporadas. Popular na época, as lembranças da infância ainda me mostram assistindo a esse programa de vez em quando e a bigamia da comédia que os produtores do programa forneciam todas as semanas na rede de televisão.

À medida que avançamos para o século XXI da televisão, clássicos como o Mary Tyler Moore Show, serão para sempre o clássico dos programas de comédia americanos envolvendo a premissa de uma mulher solteira vencendo sozinha como uma produtora de noticiários de televisão agressiva. O show foi cancelado em 1977 pela CBS, mas as risadas e as memórias de assistir a televisão clássica podem ser vistas em reprises na Rede MeTV.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show não era apenas um dos meus clássicos de comédia favoritos de todos os tempos, cresceu com nomes como M * A * S * H, Emergency !, Adam-12, Ironside, Hawaii Five-O e muitos, muitos mais que trouxeram algumas das maiores memórias comédias da televisão dos anos 1970 & # 8217 e 80 & # 8217s.

A lula do horário nobre da televisão mudou ao longo dos anos. Isso não me impediu de ter tais favoritos e memórias de infância com amigos que vinham todos os sábados à noite para assistir a favoritos da televisão como Emergency !, Adam-12, The Six Million Dollar Man, Hogan & # 8217s Hero & # 8217s e mais.

A escrita de comédia durante a década de 1970 era provavelmente melhor do que a de 8217 para os padrões de hoje, mas provavelmente difícil de encontrar se fosse escrita quase quarenta anos depois, no futuro do século XXI. Ainda mais brilhantes do que a comédia de sitcom & # 8217s de 1950-1959 foram alguns dos mais brilhantes roteiros e esquetes cômicos já produzidos na história da televisão.

Para citar algumas comédias premiadas dos anos 1950 & # 8217, algumas nunca foram conhecidas por aqueles desta geração e outras eram conhecidas desde o nascimento de esquetes cômicos dos anos & # 821750 & # 8217s & # 8220Eu amo Lucy! & # 8221 fez Lucille Ball instant star na CBS, & # 8220Bonanza & # 8221, que estrelou o falecido Micheal Landon como o jovem Joe Cartwright na NBC, o & # 8220Jack Benny Show & # 8221 na CBS fez de Benny um nome familiar no final da década, & # 8220Ed Sullivan & # 8221 se tornou um sucesso instantâneo quando ele apresentou o famoso grupo de rock britânico & # 8220The Beatles & # 8221 aos Estados Unidos para uma aparição em seu programa na CBS em 1964.

A televisão não poderia ser melhor do que isso, mas as memórias de assistir televisão clássica prova mais uma vez, que a televisão pode ser divertida e divertida como reprises de favoritos dos velhos tempos e mais até mesmo em gerações ou décadas depois & # 8211. e assim por diante, que Barney Miller e Welcome Back Kotter e Taxi estiveram no topo décadas depois como comédia clássica & # 8217s.


Linha de televisão no horário nobre de 1964 - História


Se a década de 1950 foi a pré-adolescência da televisão, então a década de 1960 certamente foi a adolescência da televisão. Há anos tento lembrar os nomes de todos os diferentes programas de TV que costumava assistir na década de 1950. Depois que terminei minha página da web dos anos 1950, decidi expandir para os anos 60, então aqui está. Abaixo está uma lista de programas nos quais posso pensar ou dos quais fui lembrado. Se você conseguir pensar em algum que eu perdi, por favor use o link de e-mail abaixo e me envie o nome do (s) programa (s) que faltava.

(Programas que são BOLDFACE foram enviados para mim por outras pessoas ou são programas que eu não me lembro de ter assistido.
Alguns desses títulos podem ser adquiridos em http://www.Classic-tv.com/. Outro site que oferece "VÍDEOS DIFÍCEIS" é http://www.robertsvideos.com/.
Se você clicar aqui, irá para o site Internet Movie Database (IMDb.com). Se você recortar e colar o título de um programa na linha de pesquisa, receberá todos os tipos de informações sobre esse programa. Este site resolveu muitas discussões entre minha esposa e eu.

Aqueles de vocês do Reino Unido encontrarão alguns dos seus programas de TV clássicos localizados em http://www.screenonline.org.uk e nos sites http://www.whirligig-tv.co.uk/ e http: // www. answers.com/topic/1960-in-television (EUA, Reino Unido e Canadá)

Clique aqui para programas de TV dos anos 1950, ou aqui para programas de TV dos anos 1940

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Os 3 Patetas
60 minutos (1968 até o presente)
87º Distrito (1961-1962)
The 700 Club (1966-presente)
100 Grand (1963 - )
UMA

ABC Scope (1964)
ABC Stage '67 (1966)
ABC's Wide World of Sports "(1961)
Abbott & Costello (Animado) (1966)
Família acidental (1967-1968)
Estúdio do Ator (1948-1960)
Adam 12 (1968-1975)
A Família Addams (1964-1966)
As Aventuras de Gulliver (1968)
Aventuras no paraíso (1959-1962)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-1962)
The Alvin Show (1961-1962)
American Bandstand (1952-1989)
The Andy Griffith Show (1960-1968)
The Andy Williams Show (1959, 1962-1967, 1969-1971)
anjo (1960-1961)
The Ann Sothern Show (1958-1961)
Os aquanautas (1960)
Prisão e Julgamento (1963-1964)
À medida que o mundo gira (1956-presente)
The Atom Ant Show (1967-1968)
The Avengers (1961-1969) (Originalmente do Reino Unido)

Pai solteiro (1957-1962)
Os Baileys de Balboa (1964-1965)
The Barbara Stanwyck Show (1960- )
Bat Masterson (1958-1961)
Batman (1966-1968)
Vença o relógio (1950-1961)
The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show (1968)
The Bell Telephone Hour (1959-1968)
Ben Casey (1961-1966)
Enfeitiçada (1964-1972)
The Beverly Hillbillies (1962-1971)
The Bill Cosby Show (1969-1971)
The Bill Dana Show (1963-1965)
The Bing Cosby Show (1959, 1961, 1964-65, 1969-71)
Birdman e o Galaxy Trio (1967-1969)
Loirinha (1968-1969)
Bob Cummings Show, The (também conhecido como Love That Bob) (1955-1959, 1961-1962)
Bob Hope apresenta o Chrysler Theatre (1963-1967)
The Bob Newhart Show (1961-1962)
Os ousados: os advogados (1969-1972)
Os ousados: os novos médicos (1969)
Os Ousados: Os Protetores (1969-1970)
Bonanza (1959-1973)
Bourbon Street Beat (1959-1960)
Bozo, o palhaço (1949-presente)
Mundo de Bracken (1969-1970)
The Brady Bunch (1969-1974)
De marca (1965-1966)
Ponto de ruptura (1963-1964)
O dia mais brilhante (1954-1962)
Bringing Up Buddy (1960-1961 )
Bronco (1958-1962)
Broadside (1964-1965)
The Bugs Bunny Show (1960-1968)
Camurça (1958-1965)
The Bullwinkle Show (1961-1973)
Lei de Burke (1963-1966)
Ponto de ônibus (1961-1962)
The Buster Keaton Show (1960)
C

Centenas de Cain (1961-1962)
Calvino e o Coronel (1961-1962)
Camp Runamuck (1965)
CÂMERA CANDID
Capitão Canguru (1955-1984)
Capitão Scarlet e os Mysterons (1967-1968)
VÍDEO DO CAPITÃO (1960)
Carro 54, Cadê Você? (1961-1963)
The Cara Williams Show (1964)
The Carol Burnett Show (1967-1978)
Cartoon TeleTales (1948-1960)
Gatos Cattanooga (1969-1971)
Channing (1963-1964)
Xeque-mate (1960-1962)
Chesterfield Supper Club (Também conhecido como The Perry Como Show) (1948-1963)
Cheyenne (1955-1963)
Crônica (1966-1991)
Cimarron City (1958-1960)
Cimarron Strip (1967-1968)
Colt 45 (1957-1960)
Combate (1962-1967)
Convoy (1965)
Gato Corajoso e Rato Minuto (1960-1962)
O namoro do pai de Eddie (1969-1972)
Vaqueiro na áfrica (1967-1968)
Custer (1967)

Daktari (1966-1969)
Dan Raven (1960-1961)
Daniel Boone (1964-1970)
The Danny Kaye Show (1963-1967)
The Danny Thomas Show (1953-1965)
Dante (1960 - )
Sombras escuras (1966-1971)
Covardes e Muttley em suas máquinas voadoras (1969)
The Dating Game (1965-1973)
Diário de David Brinkley (1961 - )
Dias de nossas vidas (1965-presente)
The Dean Martin Show (1965-1974)
Dias do Vale da Morte (1952-1975)
The Defenders (1961-1965)
Dennis, a Ameaça (1959-19630
O deputado (1959-1961)
The Deputy Dawg Show (1959-1972)
Os detetives estrelando Robert Taylor (1959-1962)
The Dick Clark Show (1958-1960)
The Dick Powell Show (1961-1963)
The Dick VanDyke Show (1961-1966)
Disneyland (AKAWalt Disney's Wonderful World of Color) (1954-1990)
VOCÊ CONFIA NA SUA ESPOSA? (1956-1963)
(Os muitos amores de) Dobie Gillis (1959-1963)
Os doutores (1963-1982)
Os médicos e as enfermeiras (1964 -) (Não na IMDb.com)
The Don Rickles Show (1968-1969)
The Donna Reed Show (1958-1966)
Não me chame de Charlie! (1962-1963)
The Doris Day Show (1968-1973)
Dr. Kildare (1961-1966)
Dragnet (1951-1959, 1967-1970)
The Du Pont Show da semana (1961)
The Dudley Do-Right Show (1969-1970)
Dundee e o Culhane (1967)

Lado Leste / Lado Oeste (1963-1964)
The Ed Sullivan Show (1948-1971)
The Edie Adams Show (1963)
The Edge of Night (1956-1984)
A décima primeira hora (1962-1964)
Império (1962-1963)
Os animadores (1964-1965)
Espionagem (1963-1964)
Expedição! (1960 - )
Testemunha ocular da história (1960)

F

O F.B.I. (1965-1974)
Tropa F (1965-1967)
Enfrente a Nação (1954-presente)
Troca Justa (1962-1963)
Family Affair (1966-1971)
(The Famous Adventures of) Sr. Magoo (1964-1965)
A filha do fazendeiro (1963-1966)
Pai sabe o melhor (1954-1960)
Pai da noiva (1961-1962)
Esquadrão criminoso (1966-1969)
Fibber McGee e Molly (1959-1960)
Fireball XL5 (1962-1963)
Os Flintstones (1960-1966)
Flipper (1964-1968)
The Flying Nun (1967-1970)
Siga o sol (1961-1962)
Frankenstein, Jr. e os impossíveis (1966-1968)
The Frances Langford Show (1960)
Frontier Circus (1961-1962)
O Fugitivo (1963-1967)
O Programa Fulton Sheen (1961-1968)
Fury (1955-1960)


G

The Gale Storm Show, (também conhecido como Oh! Susanna) (1956-1960)
The Gallant Men (1962-1963)
THE GARRY MOORE SHOW (1958-1967)
The General Electric College Bowl (1959-1970)
General Electric True Theatre (1953-1962)
Hospital Geral (1963-presente)
Gentle Ben (1967-1969)
The George Gobel Show (1954-1960)
Fique esperto (1965-1970)
The Gertrude Berg Show (Também conhecida como Sra. G. Goes to College) (1961-1962)
O Fantasma e a Sra. Muir (1968-1970)
Gidget (1965-1966)
Gillette Cavalcade of Sports (1946-1960)
Ilha de Gilligan (1964-1967)
A garota da U.N.C.L.E. (1966-1967)
The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour (1969-1972)
Glynis (1963)
Indo à minha maneira (1962-1963)
Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C (1964-1969)
Boa companhia (1967 -) (Não na IMDb)
Os caras bons (1968-1970)
Bom Dia Mundo (CBS) (1967-1968)
A grande aventura (1963-1964)
O Maior Espetáculo da Terra (1963-1964)
Green Acres (1965-1971)
The Green Hornet (1966-1967)
Grindl (1963-1964)
VOCÊ APOSTA SUA VIDA, de Groucho Marx (1950-1961)
The Guiding Light (1952-presente)
Guestward Ho! (1960)
The Gumby Show (1957-1967)
As armas de vontade Sonnett (1967-1969)
GunSmoke (1955-1975)

H

H.R. Pufnstuf (1969-1971)
Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951-presente)
Meia hora de Hancock (1956-1962)
Hank (1965-1966)
Harrigan e Son (1960)
Harris contra o mundo (1964-1965)
Harry's Girls (1963)
A arma vai viajar (Paladin) (1957-1963)
Hawaii Five-O (1968-1980)
Hawaiian Eye (1959-1963)
Falcão (1966)
Hawkeye e o último dos moicanos (1957)
Hazel (1961-1966)
Ele Ela (1967-1968)
Hee Haw (1969-1993)
Hennessey (1960 - )
Aqui e agora (1961-1962)
Aí vêm as noivas (1968-1970)
Aqui está Lucy (1968-1974)
O herói (1966-1967)
Ei senhorio (1966-1967)
O alto chaparral (1967-1971)
Os ursos caipiras (1965)
Hollywood e as estrelas (1963)
Os heróis de Hogan (1965-1971)
O palácio de hollywood (1964-1970)
Hondo (1967)
Honey West (1965-1966)
The Honeymooners (1952-1970)
Hootenanny! (1963-1964)
Hong Kong (1960-1961)
Hotel de Paree (1959-1960)
House Party (Art Linkletter) (1952-1970)
Howdy Doody (1947-1960)
The Huckleberry Hound Show (1958-1962)
Hullabaloo (1965-1966)

I Dream Of Jeannie (1965-1970)
I Spy (1965-1968)
Ichabod e eu (1961)
Eu sou Dickens - ele é Fenster (1962-1963)
Showtime Internacional (1961-1965)
Os Investigadores (1961)
Cavalo de ferro (1966-1968)
Ironside (1967-1975)
The Islanders (1960- )
é um mundo de Homens (1962)
Já estava na hora (1966-1967)
É acadêmico (1961-presente)
Eu tenho um segredo (1952-1967)

O PROGRAMA JACK BENNY (1950-1965)
The Jackie Gleason Show (1961, 1966-1970)
Jackie Gleason e sua revista American Scene (1962)
O Programa Jack Paar (1962-1965)
Jazz Scene USA (1962)
The Jean Arthur Show (1966)
JEFF'S COLLIE (Também conhecido como Lassie) (1954-1974)
Perigo! (1964-1975, 1984-presente)
Jericó (1966-1967)
The Jerry Lewis Show (1963, 1967-1969)
Os Jetsons (1962-1963, 1984-1985, 1987)
The Jim Nabors Hour (1969-1971)
The Jimmy Dean Show (1963-1966)
Jimmy Durante apresenta as irmãs Lennon (1969-1970)
Joe 90 (1968-1968)
The Joey Bishop Show (1961-1965, 1967-1969)
The John Forsythe Show (1965-1966)
The Johnny Cash Show (1969-1971)
Jonny Quest (1964-1965)
Johnny Ringo (1959-1960)
The Jonathan Winters Show (1956-1957, 1967-1969)
Jonny Quest (1964-1965)
Jornada ao Desconhecido (1968)
Judd, pela Defesa (1967-1969)
The Judy Garland Show (1963-1964)
Julia (1968-1971)

Karen (1964-1965)
Kentucky Jones (1964-1965)
The King Family Show (1965-1966, 1969)
Klondike (1960 - )
Kraft Music Hall (1967-1971)
The Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963-1965)

Lanceiro (1968-1970)
Terra dos gigantes (1968-1970)
Laramie (1959-1963)
Laredo (1965-1967)
Lassie (Lassie Come Home) (1954-1974)
(Rowan e Martin) RI (1968-1973)
Um desenho animado de Laurel e Hardy (1966)
The Law e Mr. Jones (1960-1962)
Os anos sem lei (1959-1961)
LAWRENCE WELK (1955-1982)
Deixe isso para Beaver (1957-1963)
A lenda de Jesse James (1965-1966)
Carta para lauretta (Também conhecido como THE LORETTA YOUNG SHOW) (1953-1961)
The Leslie Uggams Show (1969)
The Liberace Show (1952-1969)
O tenente (1963-1964)
A vida e a lenda de Wyatt Earp (1955-1961)
The Littlest Hobo (1963-1965)
The Lloyd Bridges Show (1962-1963)
TRANCAR (1959-1961)
The Lone Ranger (1949-1957, 1966-1969)
Lobo solitário (1954-1955)
O solitário (1965-1966)
O longo e quente verão (1965-1966)
Loopy de Loop (1969)
Perdidos no espaço (1965-1968)
Amor no telhado (1966-1967)
o NOVO Loretta Young Show (1962-1963)
Amor, estilo americano (1969-1974)
O amor é uma coisa esplendorosa (1967-1973)
O Amor pela Vida (1951-1980)
The Lucy Show (1962-1968)
A hora da comédia Lucy-Desi (1957-1960)
Lunch With Soupy Sales (também conhecido como The soupy Sales Show) (1959-1962, 1965-1967)

The Magilla Gorilla Show (19641964-1967)
Faça Aquilo Sobressalente (1960-1964)
O Homem e o Desafio (1960)
Um Homem Chamado Shenandoah (1965-1966)
O Homem da U.N.C.L.E. (1964-1968)
Man From Blackhawk (1959-1960)
O Homem Que Nunca Foi (1966-1967)
Mannix (1967-1975)
Muitos felizes retornos (1964-1965)
Os muitos amores de Dobie Gillis (1959-1963)
Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969-1976)
Margie (1961-1962)
Mary Kay e Johnny (1947-1960)
O Match Game (original) (1962-1969)
Funnies do Matty's Funday (1959-1962)
Maia (1967-1968)
Mayberry R.F.D. (1968-1971)
Marinha de McHale (1962-1966)
Centro Médico (1969-1976)
Conheça a imprensa (1947 até o presente)
Homens no espaço (1959-1960)
Michael Shayne (1960-1961)
The Mighty Mouse Playhouse (1955-1966)
Estreias do Mike Douglas Show (1961-1981)
The Milton Berle Show (1954-1967)
Missão: Impossível (1966-1973)
Senhor Ed (1961-1966
Bairro de Mister Rogers (1968-1971)
Moby Dick e o Poderoso Mightor (1967-1969)
Mona McCluskey (Série de TV 1965-1966)
The Monkees (1966-1968)
As sogras (1967-1969)
Motormouse e Autocat (1969)
Sr. Broadway (1964)
Sr. Deeds vai para a cidade (1969-1970)
Sr. Garlund (1960-1961)
Senhor sortudo (1959-1960)
Sr. Magoo (1964-1965)
Sr. Novak (1963-1965)
Sr. Roberts (1965 -) (não no IMDb)
Sr. Smith vai para Washington (1962-1963)
(Assista) Sr. Feiticeiro (1951-1972)
Sra. G. vai para a faculdade (Também conhecido como The Gertrude Berg Show)
The Munsters (1964-1966)
A cena musical (1969-1970)
Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom "(1963-presente)
Meu marciano favorito (1963-1966)
Meu heroi (1952-1953)
Minha boneca viva (1964-1965)
Os Monroes (1966-1967)
Minha mãe, o carro (1965-1966)
Minha irmã Eileen (1960-1961)
Meus três filhos (1960-1972)
Meu mundo. e bem-vindo a isso (1969-1970)

NBC News
Cidade nua (1956-19630
O nome do jogo (1968-1971)
Veludo Nacional (1960 - )
A nova série de desenhos animados Hanna-Barbera (1962)
As novas aventuras de Huck Finn (1968-1969)
As novas pessoas (1969-1970)
The New Phil Silvers Show (1963-1964)
The Newlywed Game (1966-1974)
Sem tempo para sargentos (1964)
As enfermeiras (1962-1965)

O

Esposa ocasional (1966-1967)
Desligado para ver o assistente (1967-1968)
Oh! Susanna (Também conhecido como The Gale Storm Show) (1956-1960)
OK. Crackerby (1965-1966)
(Alcoa Presents) One Step Beyond (1959-1961)
Os párias (1968-1969)
O lado de fora (1968-1969)
Nosso Homem Higgins (1962-1963)
Os limites externos (1963-1965)
The Outlaws (1960 - )
Ozzie e Harriet (1952-1966)

P

Paladin (Have Gun Will Travel) (1957-1963
The Patty Duke Show (1963-1966)
People Are Funny (1954-19610
Os perigos de Penelope Pitstop (1969-1971)
Pessoa para pessoa (1953-1961)
Kraft Music Hall de Perry Como (também conhecido como The Perry Como Show) (1948-1963)
Peter Gunn (1958-1961)
Peter ama Maria (1960-1961)
The Perry Como Show (1948-1963)
Perry Mason (1957-1966)
Pete e Gladys (1960-1962)
Peter Potamus e seu balão voador mágico (1964)
Junção de anágua (1963-1970)
Peyton Place (1964-1969)
Pippi das Meias Altas (1969-1969)
Pistols 'n' Petticoats (1966-1967)
Jogue seu palpite (1958-1963)
Playboy After Dark (1969-1969)
Penthouse Playboy (1959-1960 )
Por favor, não coma as margaridas (1965-1967)
Popeye (1956-1963)
Pupp Precioso (1965)
O prisioneiro (1967-1968 )
Perfis na coragem (1964-1965)
Os Pruitts de Southampton (1966-1967)
O Defensor Público (1954-1954)

The Rat Patrol (1966-1968)
RawHide (1959-1966)
The Real McCoys (1957-1963)
O rebelde (1959-1961)
The Red Skelton Show (1951-1971)
Redigo (1963)
O repórter (1964)
The Richard Boone Show (1963-1964)
Richard Diamond, detetive particular (1957-1960)
The Rifleman (1958-1963)
Riverboat (1959-1961)
The Road West (1966-1967)
The Roaring 20s (1960-1962)
(As Aventuras de) Robin Hood (1955-1960)
Rocky e seus amigos (1959-1964)
The Roger Miller Show (1965 -) (não no IMDb)
Roger Ramjet (1965)
The Rogues (1964-1965)
Quarto Romper (1953-1994)
Room 222 (1969-1974)
The Rounders (1966-1967)
Rota 66 (1960-1964)
Rowan e Martin's Laugh-In (1968-1973)
The Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Show (1962)
Executar Buddy Run (1966-1967)
Corra por sua vida (1965-1968)


S

The Saint (1962-1969) (originado no Reino Unido)
Santos e pecadores (1962-1963)
Sam Benedict (1962-1963)
Sansão e Golias (1967)
Noite de sábado no cinema (NBC)
Scooby-Doo, cadê você! (1969-1972)
Sea Hunt (1958-1961)
Busca pelo amanhã (1951-1986)
Os Segundos Cem Anos (1967-1968)
Agente secreto (1964-1966)
The Secret Squirrel Show (1965-1968)
A tempestade secreta (1954-1974)
Vila Sésamo (1969 até o presente)
Shane (1966)
Shannon (1961)
The Shari Lewis Show (1960-1963)
Shazzan (1967-1969)
Baile! (1964-1966)
Livro de histórias de Shirley Temple (1958-1961)
Shotgun Slade (1959-1961)
The Sid Caesar Show (1963-1964)
Cante com Mitch (1961-1966)
Sky King (1951-1962)
Gente de Slattery (1964-1965)
Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967-1970)
The Soupy Sales Show, (também conhecido como Lunch With Soupy Sales) (1959-1962, 1965-1967)
Space Ghost (1966)
Speed ​​Racer (1967-1968)
THE SPIKE JONES SHOW (1960)
Stagecoach West (1960 - )
Star Trek (1966-1969)
The Steve Allen Show (1956-1960)
The New Steve Allen Show (1961-1965)
Steve Canyon (1958-1960)
The Steve Lawrence Show (1965)
Arraia (1963-1965 )
Stoney Burke (1962-1963)
SURF SIDE SIX (1960-1962)
Sugarfoot (1957-1961)
Super-carro (1961-1962)
Supermercado Sweep (1965-1967)
Surfside 6 (1960-1962)
Os sobreviventes (1969-1970)

A. Gato (1966-1967)
The Tab Hunter Show (1960- )
The Tammy Grimes Show (1966) (apenas 4 episódios)
Dê uma boa olhada (1959-1960)
Contos de Wells Fargo (1957-1962)
O homem alto (1960-1962)
Tammy (1965-1966)
Tarzan (1966-1969)
Tate (1960)
Hora Amadora Original de Ted Mack (1948-1970)
Temple Houston (1963-1964)
THE TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD HOUR (1964)
THE TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD SHOW (1956-1962)
Texas John Slaughter (1958-1961)
A Luta da Semana (1962 -)
Aquela garota (1966-1971)
Isso é vida (1968-1969)
Então veio Bronson (1969-1970)
Esta é sua vida (1955-2003)
Filme de ação (1960 - )
O Túnel do Tempo (1966-1967)
Thunderbirds - (1964-1966)
Corda bamba (1959-1960)
Para Roma com Amor (1969-1971)
Para dizer a verdade (1956-1968, 1969-1978)
O texano (1958-1960)
The Today Show (1952 até o presente)
Tom e Jerry (1965-1972, 1975-1977, 1980-1982)
The Tom Ewell Show (1960)
The Tonight Show (1954 até o presente)
The Tonight Show, estrelado por Johnny Carson (1962-1992)
Top Cat (1961-1962)
As viagens de Jaimie McPheeters (1963-1964)
Trials of O'Brien (1965-1966)
Os Solucionadores de Problemas (1959-1960)
Truth or Consequences (1950-1988)
Terça à noite no cinema (NBC)
Twelve O'Clock High (1964-1967)
The Twilight Zone (1959-1964)
O magnata (1964-1965)

A garota mais feia da cidade (1968-1969)
Union Pacific (1958)
Underdog (1964-1973)
Os intocáveis ​​(1959-1963)

Dia dos Namorados (1964-1965)
The Vise (1954-1960)
O virginiano (1962-1970)
A Voz de Firestone (1949-1959, 1962-1963)
Viagem ao fundo do mar (1964-1968)

Corridas malucas (1968-1970)
Trem de vagão (1957-1965)
Wally Gator (1962)
Walt Disney Presents (1958-1960)
Procurado vivo ou morto (1958-1961)
Assistir Mr. Wizard (1951-1972)
Wendy e eu (1964-1965)
O ocidental (1960)
Qual é a minha linha (1949-1975)
Onde o coração está (1969-1973)
Whirleybirds (1957-1960)
Wichita Town (1959-1960)
Wide Country (1962-1963)
(ABC) Wide World of Sports "(1961)
(Mutual of Omaha's) Wild Kingdom "(1963-presente)
O Velho Oeste Selvagem (1965-1969)
WINKY DINK E VOCÊ (1953-1957, 1969)
Janela na rua principal (1961-1962)
A testemunha (1960-1961)
O maravilhoso mundo das cores (Disney) (1961-1969)
Primeira Guerra Mundial (1964 -) (Não na IMDb.com)

The Yogi Bear Show (1961-1988)
Você é um artista (1946-1960)
Você aposta sua vida (Groucho Marx) (1950-1961)

Teatro Zane Gray (1956-1961)


SÉRIE DE FILMES REALIZADA NA TV NA DÉCADA DE 1960
(* Indica uma série relatada a mim por outros, mas não verificada)

Abott e Costello
* Andy Clyde
Loirinha
The Bowery Boys
Charley Chan
* The Keystone Kops
Laurel e Hardy
Maw and Paw Kettle
Comédias de nossa gangue
The Little Rascals


Linha de televisão no horário nobre de 1964 - História


Tudo isso para as primeiras exibições de programas com melhor classificação durante o horário nobre.

Então, como foi o show que deu início a este pequeno estudo? Você acreditaria que 35% do tempo total no ar doado para Star Trek Enterprise em 2004 foi sacrificado para comerciais? E para piorar as coisas, os créditos finais foram empurrados para a margem direita para abrir espaço para um anúncio na barra lateral, o logotipo da estação foi continuamente exibido no canto inferior direito da tela, e duas vezes um anúncio pop-up irritante apareceu no canto esquerdo da tela durante o show. Levando isso em consideração, o tempo comercial efetivo total estava congestionando 38 por cento. Isso significa que apenas 62 por cento do tempo estava disponível para assistir ao programa.

Outro aspecto da televisão moderna que aumenta o tempo do comercial, embora não seja tão perturbador quanto os comerciais reais, é o "comercial embutido". É onde um personagem usa ou exibe um produto de forma que a marca fique claramente evidente. Carros e refrigerantes são os dois usuários mais comuns dessa técnica.

As datas são marcadores úteis de momentos decisivos significativos na história. No que diz respeito aos comerciais, 2 de fevereiro de 2006 será um dia importante e deprimente para lembrar. Era uma noite de quinta-feira e eu estava assistindo a Smallville quando o comercial embutido evoluiu de secreto (oculto) para aberto (óbvio). Até então, todo comercial embutido que eu tinha visto era discreto por natureza: você tinha que procurar para ver. Nesse episódio específico de Smallville, o objeto do comercial embutido eram as lentes de contato Acuview. Em vez de apenas exibir a caixa discretamente, a atriz a ergueu, a etiqueta apontada diretamente para a câmera, e disse em voz alta e clara que os contatos Acuview haviam resolvido um grande problema para ela. Só mais perturbador do que a maneira desajeitada e amadora como isso era feito era o fato de que isso marcou uma importante virada na televisão comercial. Se os consumidores deixarem isso pegar, esses comerciais embutidos podem se tornar tão predominantes que os programas entre os comerciais podem logo se tornar pouco mais do que infomerciais de vários produtos.

Fiquei de olho na temporada 2007-2008 e estou feliz em informar que o comercial flagrantemente embutido não proliferou. Sim, os personagens ainda estacionam carros para que a marca e o modelo sejam claramente visíveis, mas eles não usam o diálogo para chamar a atenção para isso.

Correção: durante um episódio de verão de 2008 de Eureka, a estrela principal pegou um dispensador de desodorante de uma forma tão estranha para manter o rótulo voltado para a câmera que era insultuosamente óbvio que era um comercial. Pior ainda, este era um show de ficção científica em que o ator era pego em um loop temporal repetitivo. Isso mesmo, o espectador era forçado a assistir à parte desajeitada da comercialização embutida toda vez que o loop de tempo se repetia.

1952 - Dragnet
1958 - Peter Gunn
1961 - Sr. Ed
1963 - Meu marciano favorito
1964 - The Addams Family, Bewitched, Gilligan's Island, Jonny Quest
1967 - T.H.E. Gato
1976 - The Muppet Show
1977 - MASH, Ilha da Fantasia
1982 - Magnum, P.I.
1990 - Lei e Ordem
1994 - Frasier
2001 - Fra s ier
2004 - Will and Grace
2006 - Smallville
2007 - Smallville, Heroes, House
2008 - Smallville, Eureka, Burn Notice, Bones
2009 - Smallville, House, Desperate Housewives, NCIS
20 10 - Smallville, House, Two and a Half Men, Blue Bloods
2011 - Blue Bloods, House, Terra Nova, NCIS Los Angeles
2012 - Blue Bloods, NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles
2013 - The Blacklist, CSI, Law & amp Order: SVU
2014 - The Blacklist, CSI, Law & amp Order: SVU, Chopped, Pawn Stars, ZNation, Shark Tank, Walking Dead, Gotham
2015 - Blacklist (30%), Chopped (30%), Pawn Stars (31%), ZNation (31%), Shark Tank (30%), Walking Dead (29%), Gotham (27%), Heroes Reborn ( 32%), Jeopardy (33%)
2016 - Blacklist (30%), Chopped (31%), Pawn Stars (32%), ZNation (30%), Shark Tank (30%), Forged in Fire (30%), Gotham (27%), Jeopardy ( 36%)
2017 - Blacklist (32%), Chopped (30%), Pawn Stars (31%), ZNation (29%), Lucifer (28%), Forged in Fire (30%), Gotham (28%), Jeopardy (35 %), Corrida do ouro (32%)
NOVO . 2018 - ZNation (30%), Jeopardy (36%), Walking Dead (33%), Shark Tank (30%), Blue Bloods (30%)

(Observação: a porcentagem de tempo comercial varia de show para show, então aqueles anos com apenas um show devem ser considerados como tendo uma grande barra de erro.)


Para aqueles que preferem uma representação visual, aqui está um gráfico da porcentagem de tempo gasto assistindo a comerciais em relação ao ano do programa:

O gráfico sugere que há dois períodos de inflação comercial independentes. De 1952 a 1964, a porcentagem aumentou muito rapidamente e, de repente, estabilizou em 18%. Após 20 anos neste nível, começou a aumentar novamente, mas a um ritmo um pouco mais lento. Parece que a partir de 2005, o tempo comercial percentual pode ter atingido outro patamar de 30%. Será interessante ver se esse continua sendo o caso. Talvez as redes tenham descoberto que adicionar mais comerciais afasta as pessoas de seus programas. Uma mudança interessante no horário dos comerciais ocorreu em 2009. Anteriormente, os intervalos comerciais mais longos ocorriam no início da hora, quando os programas mudavam. No outono de 2009, notei que muitos programas saltaram diretamente do final do programa anterior para o início do próximo. As redes podem ter descoberto que fazer isso impede que as pessoas mudem de canal.

Um dado interessante é que o tempo comercial do NCIS, o programa com classificação número 1 em 2009, foi o mais baixo dos quatro programas medidos. Eu esperava que fosse o mais alto porque assumi que as taxas de tempo são mais altas para o programa com melhor classificação, então a rede proprietária iria querer incluir o maior número possível de comerciais.

Um problema difícil com o horário comercial é como contabilizar os logotipos de identificação da estação no canto inferior direito da tela e os comerciais de vídeo animados pop-up que aparecem no canto inferior direito das telas. (Observo que isso nunca acontece durante os comerciais, mas apenas durante os shows.) Os cálculos mostram que os logotipos de identificação da estação ocupam 1% da tela. Como isso é uma perda de conteúdo visível, eu subtraio do tempo total do show. Os comerciais de vídeo pop-up animados no canto esquerdo inferior são tão grandes, muitas vezes 25% de toda a área da tela, que distraem completamente a atenção do espectador do programa em andamento. Por esta razão, eu os considero comerciais completos e seu tempo na tela é subtraído do tempo total do show. Acho esta última intrusão a mais ofensiva de todas, porque as redes estão sacrificando um programa para divulgar outro. Além disso, ao invés de uma extensão de um intervalo comercial existente, eles representam mais uma quebra na continuidade do show. Considere, qual perfil de intervalo comercial cria menos distração: um único comercial de 10 minutos ou comerciais de 10, 1 minuto espalhados por todo o show? Obviamente, muitos comerciais curtos distraem mais. Prevejo que os pop-ups serão mais comuns porque não dão ao espectador a oportunidade de clicar fora ou fazer outra coisa durante eles. Eles também não podem ser adiantados se o show foi gravado. Eu vi alguns que tinham sua própria trilha sonora musical, tornando-os ainda mais difíceis de ignorar. Pode chegar um momento em que uma grande parte da tela seja coberta por uma janela exibindo comerciais constantemente em exibição.

Uma influência que pode estar ajudando a manter o tempo comercial baixo é que muitas pessoas estão abandonando a TV a cabo em favor da exibição de streaming sem comerciais, ou pelo menos com comerciais reduzidos.

(Observação: tenho o prazer de informar que os pop-ups não parecem estar aumentando.)

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Linha de televisão no horário nobre de 1964 - História

Resposta: 1955 em 10 de setembro


The Long Branch Saloon: Bob Stabler (perto das portas do salão) com representantes da CBS, Harry Ackerman e Hal Hudson.

Wyatt Earp. Mais tarde na série, Wyatt mudou-se para Tombstone.

Norman Macdonnell e John Meston, os criadores do Gunsmoke.

John Meston com James Arness

    John Wayne. Sua introdução foi curta. `Boa noite. Meu nome é Wayne. Alguns de vocês podem ter me visto antes. Espero que sim. Tenho andado por Hollywood há muito tempo. Eu fiz muitas fotos aqui. Todos os tipos. Alguns deles foram faroestes e é isso que estou aqui para lhes contar esta noite. Um ocidental. Um novo programa de televisão chamado Gunsmoke. Quando eu ouvi pela primeira vez sobre o show Gunsmoke, eu sabia que havia apenas um homem para tocar nele. James Arness. Ele é um sujeito jovem e talvez novo para alguns de vocês. Mas trabalhei com ele e prevejo que será uma grande estrela. E agora estou orgulhoso de apresentar Gunsmoke. ' Clique aqui para obter mais informações.
  • Após a segunda temporada de Gunsmoke, James Arness caracterizou Matt Dillon como
    • patético
    • trágico
    • inclinado
    • um sádico
    • tudo acima
    • nenhuma das acima


    Tudo acima. Clique AQUI para ver a cotação completa. (Como os observadores dos episódios coloridos posteriores irão atestar, o personagem de Dillon evoluiu em vinte anos para um personagem moral elevado e estável. O Dillon inicial, formado em grande parte pelo escritor John Meston, era como Arness descreve.)

    Diz a lenda que John Wayne foi abordado. Isso, entretanto, é contestado. Clique aqui para mais detalhes.

    • Raymond Burr
    • John Pickard
    • William Conrad
    • James Arness


    Raymond Burr, mais tarde Perry Mason e Ironside, tinha uma voz "muito grande". Pickard bagunçou a cena de amor.

    Milburn Stone como Doc e, é claro, James Arness como Matt. Além disso, Howie, o balconista da Dodge House.

    O conjunto dos primeiros 156 episódios de Gunsmoke de 1955 a 1959.

      • William. S. Paley.
      • Gene Autry.
      • Grant Tinker.
      • Nevel S. Urick.
      • Steven Boncho.

      Resposta: a. Paley. Sua decisão foi baseada em um horário aberto na segunda-feira à noite e um gosto para o programa.

      Falso. Era Rex Koury. Clique aqui para obter mais informações sobre a música do Gunsmoke. Além disso, consulte a seção desta página da web sobre música no Gunsmoke de rádio. (Clique aqui.)

      Resposta: 1960 em 13 de fevereiro

      • O astuto tio Pheeters de Chester.
      • duas unidades de gado competindo para chegar primeiro a Dodge e uma vaca nadadora assassinada.
      • a chantagem de um banqueiro de Dodge City por um vaqueiro gordo e preguiçoso.
      • O irmão gêmeo do mal de Dillon, Mort.

      • 10.
      • 20.
      • 30.

      Verdade . em 1958. Havia um total de 15 cartas do Gunsmoke. Em 1993, a Pacific Trading Cards lançou 110 cartas comerciais Gunsmoke. Clique aqui para ver alguns.

      Verdade. Uma série foi lançada pela Dell na década de 1950. As histórias eram originais, embora não representassem a coragem da televisão e do rádio Gunsmoke. Os quadrinhos eram feitos para crianças. Os episódios de televisão e rádio foram escritos para adultos. Clique aqui para ver alguns.


      Verdade .. a CBS Video Library anunciava na mídia impressa e na televisão Gunsmoke: the Collector's Edition. Os assinantes receberam fitas de programas de televisão do Gunsmoke, principalmente coestrelados por atores e atrizes que eram ou mais tarde se tornaram famosos.

      • Sábado à noite no cinema.
      • A hora da comédia dos irmãos Smothers.
      • Os Monkees.
      • Sally Suja.


      Responder: . Sábado à noite no cinema.

      Verdade . na noite seguinte à festa, a CBS decidiu continuar o show.

      Falso. Star Trek e Cagney e Lacey são exemplos de dois outros.

      Falso. Dann disse que o Gunsmoke teve provavelmente a pior demografia na televisão. Most viewers were older and outside the age limit normally targeted by advertisers. Gunsmoke's audience, however, was so large that ``who cared if they all wore dentures?"

      Answer: $230,000. The estimated cost in 1974 was the same. For 1970-73, the estimated cost was $215,000 per show.

      • ``It's very professional, workmanlike and a routine junk.''
      • ``Etched in the fabric of American entertainment''.
      • ``Every boy's dream''.
      • ``entertaining''.

      The man who was murdered turned out to have a dead-or-alive price on his head.

      • Front.
      • Bridge.
      • River.
      • Kansa.
      • South.


      Answer: . Kansa. The Dodge Road was the main road out of town.

      Answer: 236 half hour episodes, 177 (episodes 237 to 413) black and white hour episodes and 227 (episodes 414 to 640) color hour episodes. That's 640 episodes in all.

      True . the Christian Broadcast Network (later The Family Channel), picked up some of these episodes and began to broadcast them in 1986.

      • Chester left the series
      • Festus' character was introduced
      • Festus established as a Gunsmoke regular
      • Burt Reynolds' character, Quint Asper, is introduced
      • Quint left the series
      • Glenn Strange takes on bartender duties as Sam
      • Louie Pheeters introduced as the town drunk
      • The first Gunsmoke two hour episode is aired
      • Thad's character is introduced

      • Joseph Drackow
      • Norman Macdonnell
      • Phillip Leacock
      • James Arness
      • William Conrad
      • Charles Marquis Warren
      • John Mantley.

      False . The Cisco Kid , for example, was filmed in color in the early fifties even though it was broadcast in black and white.

      Answer: thirteen: #8 in 56-57 #1 in 57-58, 58-59, 59-60, 60-61 #3 in 61-62 #10 in 62-63 #4 in 67-68 #6 in 68-69 #2 in 69-70 #5 in 70-71 #4 in 71-72 and #8 in 72-73

      Fifteen: besides the answers above, Gunsmoke was #20 in 63-64 and #15 in 72-73.

      • Viewers with at least a grade school education.
      • Viewers with one or more years of college education.
      • Viewers in the southern United States.
      • Viewers in the northeastern United States.

      • Above. It ranked number three.
      • Below. It did not even make the top ten.
      • Above. It was number one.
      • Below. It did not even make the top ten.


      sim. Marshal Dillon was rated #18 in the 61-62 season.

      They were black and white hour episodes. Stations prefered the color hour episodes.

      • Bonanza.
      • Branded.
      • The Dick Van Dyke Show.
      • Wanted: Dead or Alive.
      • Dirty Sally.


      Answer: Dirty Sally was initially a two part Gunsmoke episode. The short lived series, Dirty Sally, ran from January 11, 1974 through July 19th of the same year. Jeanette Nolan played Sally and Dack Rambo, of later Dallas and soap opera fame, played her young ex-gunfighter companion.

      • Oklahoma.
      • Kansas.
      • California.
      • New York.

      True: Episode #7 on Gilligen's Island, `The Sound of Quacking', was shot on the Gunsmoke set. Gilligen dreams he is Marshall Gilligen, hired to protect a duck from outlaws. Another dream sequence was in #41 episode, `The Sweepstakes'. The dream is Mr. Howell's who sees himself as a grizzled old prospector. This was Jim (Mr. Magoo) Backus's favorite show.

      Verdade. According to 'the Professor', Russell Johnson, ``CBS decided to cancel its old warhorse Gunsmoke. The network affiliates became outraged, as did many CBS bigwigs, which forced network programmers to quickly reinstate the show. That meant sacrificing a half hour show to make room on the schedule".


      Prime Time Network Serials - Episode Guides, Casts And Credits For 37 Continuing Television Dramas, 1964 - 1993

      In 1964, ABC launched a programming experiment, developing a prime time series similar to the daytime soap operas that were so successful. Peyton Place debuted on September 15, 1964, and was a fixture on the network's schedule for the next five years. The success of "Dallas" in the early 1980s made the prime time soap opera a staple of television programming.

      From "Bare Essence" through "The Yellow Rose," this reference work details the successes and failures of 37 prime time serials that appeared on network television through 1993. For each show, there is a lengthy history that covers the character development and provides production details. That is followed by a season-by-season guide to the show, providing start and end of the season, time slot, comprehensive cast and credits, and an episode guide.


      The 1972 CBS Fall Season

      CBS premiered eight new shows in September 1972: Anna & The King, M*A*S*H, The Sandy Duncan Show, The New Bill Cosby Show, Maude, The Waltons, Bridget Loves Bernie, and The Bob Newhart Show. Four were cancelled at the end of the 1972-1973 season and four were renewed. How many did you watch?

      CBS Turns to Comedies

      Despite winning the 1971-1972 ratings race, when CBS unveiled its 1972-1973 schedule in early April 1972, not a single evening was left unchanged [1]. Seven shows were canceled, including Arnie, My Three Sons, Cade’s County e O’Hara — U.S. Treasury and seven returning shows were given new times lots. Eight new shows were added, including one drama series, one variety show and six sitcoms. According to Robert D. Wood, president of CBS, the reasoning behind the drastic overhaul was simple: “We had a very hot hand this season, and we’re reaching to keep those dice hot. We wanted to maximize every opportunity so that if two or three of our new shows should explode, the return would be even greater” [2].

      As for its emphasis on comedy, Wood stated that CBS was “a comedy and variety network,” and that its 11 half-hour of sitcoms were indicative of the network’s “interest in providing counter-programming, so that CBS will have a personality distinctly different from the others” [3]. The new shows included a one-hour drama, The Waltons (originalmente chamado Spencer’s Mountain, an hour-long variety series, The New Bill Cosby Show, and six half-hour sitcoms: M * A * S * H, Maude (originalmente chamado Cousin Maude), Bridget Loves Bernie, The Sandy Duncan Show, Anna & The King e The Bob Newhart Show.

      CBS Fall Preview Special

      The network’s new schedule was presented to viewers in a snazzy fall preview special, one that was apparently not shown in prime time but instead offered to affiliates to air when they saw fit. In Chicago, for example, it was shown once on the afternoon of Sunday, September 3rd and again during the evening of Monday, September 4th [4, 5]. In Hartford, it aired on Sunday, September 10th, the day before the new season officially got underway.


      Print Advertisement for The Waltons – September 14th, 1972
      Copyright © The New York Times, 1972 [1]

      The CBS promotional campaign included a catchy slogan set to an equally catchy jingle: “Have we got a fall for you!” A variation of this slogan was used in print ads: “Have we got a night for you!” promoting each night of the CBS schedule. For shows returning from the previous season the slogan was tweaked again, to “Have we got a show for you!” On air promotion also featured additional lyrics: “This time, like last time, its all here on CBS.” The preview special had this jingle playing in the background and repeated the slogan often. .

      Two Comedy Blocks

      Five of the new CBS sitcoms were scheduled either on Saturday or Sunday evening, in an effort to create two solid comedy blocks. On Saturday, Bridget Loves Bernie was sandwiched between All in the Family e The Mary Tyler Moore Show at 8:30PM The Bob Newhart Show followed at 9:30PM. On Sunday, Anna & The King led off the night at 7:30PM, followed by M * A * S * H e The Sandy Duncan Show at 8PM and 8:30PM, respectively, with returning The New Dick Van Dyke Show at 9PM.

      Referring to the Sunday line-up, Fred Silverman admitted “There are certain risks, but I think it will work. We’ve been in a bad third place on Sunday night for several seasons. We think our comedy block provides an alternative. When I’m home on Sunday night, there’s not much of a choice” [6]. He furthermore suggested that even if NBC’s The Wonderful World of Disney tops new entries Anna & The King e M * A * S * H from 7:30-8:30PM, younger viewers would switch to The Sandy Duncan Show rather than tune into the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie [7].

      Anna & The King, M*A*S*H, and The Sandy Duncan Show

      Anna & The King was based on the 1956 movie The King and I which in turn had been based on the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, also titled The King and I, itself based on Margaret Landon’s 1944 novel Anna and the King of Siam (which fictionalized the memoirs of Anna Leonowens, who served as governess at the court of Siam during the 1860s). A 1946 film version of Landon’s novel starred Irene Dunne and Rex Harrison.

      Yul Brynner created the role of the noble (and bald) King Mongkut of Siam on Broadway in 1951 opposite Gertrude Lawrence as Anna, hired to educate the King’s numerous wives and children. Both would win Tony Awards in 1952, as would the musical itself. Brynner also starred in the 1956 movie, this time opposite Deborah Kerr, and would win an Academy Award in 1957. For the 1972 television version, a sitcom, Samantha Eggartook over the role of Anna. The series ran for just four months and thirteen episodes, the last of which was broadcast on December 31st.

      Anna & The King wasn’t the only new CBS series based on a movie. M * A * S * H, a somewhat toned-down version of the hit 1970 film (which itself was based on Richard Hooker’s 1969 novel), premiered on September 17th. Alan Alda starred as Hawkeye Pierce, irreverent doctor, womanizer and wise-cracker. Gary Burghoff recreated his movie role as Radar O’Reilly, the quirky company camp. McLean Stevenson, Wayne Rogers and Loretta Swit also starred. Eleven years later the beloved series came to a close with a feature-length finale that still tops the Nielsen record books.

      Sandy Duncan, whose first series Funny Face had aired for thirteen weeks on CBS in 1971 before production was shut down so Duncan could recover from surgery, was back in 1972. CBS was more than willing to give her another shot and she revived the character of Sandy Stockton for The Sandy Duncan Show, which co-starred Tom Bosley (later to appear on Happy Days as Howard Cunningham). Gostar Anna & The King, The Sandy Duncan Show was canceled in December after just 13 episodes.

      The New Bill Cosby Show, Maude, and The Waltons

      Bill Cosby, of course, starred in The New Bill Cosby Show, a sketch/variety hour that premiered September 11th, 1972. The original The Bill Cosby Show had aired on NBC from 1969-1971. The new version didn’t last nearly as long. It was canceled after eight months.

      Maude was the first of many spin-offs of the popular All In The Family, which itself returned for its third season in the fall of 1972. Maude was Edith’s cousin and Archie’s nemesis. A vocal, opinionated woman, Maude was on her fourth husband. The series ran for six seasons before ending after star Bea Arthur called it quits. At once amusing, dramatic, comedic and controversial, Maude joined many other CBS shows to define the network during the 1970s.

      Earl Hamner, Jr.’s sprawling family epic The Waltons premiered on Thursday, September 14th, airing at 8PM. The series stayed in the same time slot until 1981, when it came to a close. Centered on the Walton clan, living on their mountain during the Depression, The Waltons initially focused heavily on eldest son John-Boy Walton (played by Richard Thomas). By the time it ended, Ralph Waite, Michael Learned, Ellen Corby and Richard Thomas had all left The Waltons, while Will Greer had passed away. The surviving cast would return for a variety of reunion movies in the early 1980s and into the 1990s.

      Bridget Loves Bernie and The Bob Newhart Show

      One new CBS series drew controversy even before it premiered and that’s reportedly what ended up killing it. Bridget Loves Bernie brought together Meredith Baxter as Bridget Fitzgerald, a practicing Catholic, and Bernie Steinberg, of the Jewish faith. Reactions to the mixed marriage were fierce, both on-screen and off. The show garnered high enough ratings to basically guarantee a renewal but CBS canceled the series after one season.

      The Bob Newhart Show starred Bob Newhart as a psychologist, with Suzanne Pleshette as his wife and Bill Daily as their neighbor. It was actually the second Bob Newhart vehicle to be called The Bob Newhart Show the first was a variety show on NBC during the 1961-1962 season. The sitcom version would run for six seasons and, in one of television’s most famous twists, would be revisited in the series finale of Newhart in May of 1990.

      Other CBS Programming

      Television shows (both those new and returning) weren’t the only product CBS was pushing for the 1972-1973 season. Premiering major motion pictures on the networks was a bigger deal back in the 1970s than it is nowadays. CBS had three nights of movies, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Among the films CBS premiered that year were Around The World in 80 Days, Goodbye, Mr. Chips, The Undefeated and the made-for-TV movie The Family Rico.

      Sports, news and special programming were also an important part of the CBS strategy for the new season

      Legacy of Fall 1972

      The 1972-1973 TV season ran from Monday, September 11th, 1972 to Sunday, April 22nd, 1973. CBS won the season with a 19.8 Nielsen rating, better than NBC’s 19.1 rating and far ahead of ABC’s 17.5 rating [8]. Of the eight new shows CBS debuted in the fall, exactly half — Anna & The King, The Sandy Duncan Show, The New Bill Cosby Show e Bridget Loves Bernie — were cancelled. Nenhum Anna & The King e The Sandy Duncan Show lasted the full season. On the other hand, the four shows that did first season would all go on to run for six seasons or more: Maude e The Bob Newhart Show both ended in 1978, The Waltons ran until 1981, and M * A * S * H was on the air until 1983. In that respect, the schedule that debuted in September 1972 was a success. How much of that success was due to the fall preview, the jingle, the slogan, the print, and on-air promotion is impossible to know.

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      CBS’ $2.64-Billion Bid for Prime-Time Supremacy : Television: With a weak lineup of entertainment shows, the No. 3 network gambles on sports programming for a bit of ratings glory.

      At the same time CBS is spending staggering amounts of money on TV sports rights--most recently with its $1-billion deal for college basketball--it is maintaining broadcast TV’s highest profile of news programming and the lowest prime-time ratings among the networks.

      Does this mix portend a shift away from traditional entertainment programming for CBS?

      Network officials say no--at least for now.

      “Anything is possible,” says David Poltrack, CBS’ senior vice president of planning and research. But he says there are no plans to reduce the network’s budget for entertainment programming and cites myriad reasons why converting CBS to a sort of “sports and news” network could create drastic problems.

      CBS’ recent expenditure of $2.64 billion to buy four years of Major League Baseball, seven years of the NCAA basketball tournament and the 1992 and 1994 Winter Olympics will certainly mean an expanded sports presence in prime time. In addition, CBS is expected to take an aggressive role when negotiations for college and NFL football begin in the next few weeks. The last-place network could continue its shopping spree and wrestle “Monday Night Football” away from ABC.

      Although sports events such as the World Series, the college basketball finals and the Olympics will cause the preemption of prime-time entertainment series, the number of disruptions over the course of the season will be no greater than usual, Poltrack says. And instead of preempting regular series with repeats or specials that may lack ratings muscle, he adds, CBS’ open time slots will be filled with big sporting events.

      “If you figure you have a 30-week season and you order 22 original episodes (of a series), then you’re going to have four to eight weeks of preemptions anyway,” he says. By using the preemption time for sports, “it takes some of the pressure off (the entertainment division).”

      The strategy, according to CBS, is to use the sports programming to help polish the network’s tarnished image and create new ways to promote its prime-time entertainment programming.

      There has been much speculation outside CBS that the sports-buying binge may result in heavy financial losses for the network. But those losses could be offset by the promotional value, observers say.

      “They don’t like being third,” says advertising executive Paul Schulman, of the Paul Schulman Co. “If it gets them from third to second, or third to first, no one’s going to say, ‘Well, you lost $30 million here.’ ”

      There will be some problems juggling the entertainment shows, however. Launching the fall season will prove tricky for CBS during the next four years, for instance, when it will air both the major league baseball playoffs and the World Series. The post-season games will start about two weeks after the TV season debuts and could cause preemptions for three weeks.

      CBS executives have no set plan yet for handling that dilemma, Poltrack says, but will likely debut some comedies before the playoffs begin while holding off premiering action dramas until after the World Series. That way, the network can promote its male-oriented dramas to the heavily male audience watching baseball.

      As far as building the network’s roster of prime-time news shows, CBS is unlikely to introduce anything else until its existing shows are performing satisfactorily. While CBS is overjoyed with “60 Minutes” and pleased with “48 Hours,” networks executives are hoping for better ratings from “Saturday Night with Connie Chung.”


      TELEVISION

      TELEVISION. The first television station in Cleveland was also the first in Ohio. WEWS, Channel 5, went on the air the night of 17 Dec. 1947. Possibly 6 other TV stations had preceded WEWS on the air, and 3 of these held experimental licenses from the Federal Communications Commission dating to 1941. When the FCC began granting other TV licenses at the end of World War II, WEWS was in the forefront of commercial TV when it televised its first program from PUBLIC AUDITORIUM. The program, the annual Christmas Show sponsored by the CLEVELAND PRESS, was a logical choice: the new station and the Press were both owned by the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain. In fact, the station call letters came from the initials of the founder of the Press,EDWARD WYLLIS SCRIPPS. Channel 5 operated from the 2nd floor of the old Women's City Club building on E. 13th St., just north of EUCLID AVE. Its transmitter site was south of Cleveland in PARMA, where the high elevation helped produce a widespread signal. Nearly a year later the Natl. Broadcasting Co. began service on Channel 4 on 31 Oct. 1948 with an NBC network show, "Television Playhouse," which was filmed from an original telecast in New York and fed into the NBC Midwest network from Chicago. This second station used the letters WNBK and operated from what was the NBC Bldg. on Superior Ave. at E. 9th St., where NBC had operated its radio station WTAM for many years. Cleveland's 3rd TV station was WXEL, which began service on Channel 9 on 19 Dec. 1949. It was owned by the Empire Coil Co. of White Plains, NY. The studio and transmitter site was in Parma at Pleasant Valley and State Roads. The first program was from the Metropolitan Opera on the Dumont Network.

      Until Jan. 1949, television programs in New York or any other East Coast city could not be seen live west of the Allegheny Mountains because TV transmission by network lines required coaxial cable. The American Telephone & Telegraph Co. completed a coaxial network over the mountains in Jan. 1949 and a special program celebrating this occasion originated in Cleveland on 11 Jan. The first major news event carried live on the new network was the inauguration of Pres. Harry Truman on 20 Jan. In the early years of Cleveland television, stations transmitted little more than their test patterns during the morning hours, followed by children's programs. In the early afternoon, programs were aimed at housewives, followed by programs for school children. It was not uncommon for a station to sign off at 6 P.M., announcing that service would resume at 8 P.M. In the interim, the test pattern was back on the screen. When programming resumed, the schedule offered old movies or poor-quality kinescope films of network programs. At 11 P.M. an announcer read news from the Associated Press or United Press teletype wires.

      In 1952 WXEL was bought by the Storer Broadcasting Co., along with radio station WJW. WXEL was changed to WJW-TV to match the radio station letters, and Storer negotiated for Channel 9 to carry Columbia Broadcasting System network programs which had been on Channel 5. Channel 5 then became the American Broadcasting Co. network station in Cleveland. The Dumont Network had ceased to exist. In a national revamping of the television spectrum by the FCC in April 1954, Channel 4 was moved to Channel 3, and Channel 9 became Channel 8.

      In those early days, many programs were done by a small number of performers, many of whom had been established names on radio. At Channel 5, GENE CARROLL did a children's program as Uncle Jake and later conducted an hour-long Sunday program which was little more than a local amateur hour. On Channel 4, well-known entertainer Linn Sheldon donned an elf-like costume, added big ears and a straw hat, and built a large following with his character, Barnaby. At Channel 5, RONALD PENFOUND dressed in railroad overalls and cap and became known as Captain Penny on several children's programs. He also did weather reports. Many of these program relied heavily on film cartoons or old Hollywood shorts, such as "Our Gang" comedies or the Three Stooges. On Channel 3, Joe Bova attracted a large children's audience with such material across the noon hour. On Channel 5, Barbara Plummer had a morning program, "The Romper Room," for pre-school children. Paige Palmer had a morning exercise show on Channel 5 for women. The first telecast of a CLEVELAND INDIANS baseball game was on Saturday afternoon, 1 May 1948, with Bob Feller pitching. A later attempt to enhance the coverage by picking up sound with a parabolic microphone aimed at the players was hastily dropped after a game in which Indians manager Lou Boudreau shouted his profane opinion of an umpire's call at home plate.

      News coverage began mainly as visual radio newscasts by newscasters who had established themselves in radio. Channel 4 used the popular Tom Field, well known for his newscasts on WTAM, the NBC radio station. Channel 9 hired Bob Rowley from WJR radio in Detroit, before putting its 11 P.M. news in 1951 into the hands of Western Reserve Univ. speech professor Dr. WARREN GUTHRIE. Guthrie's sponsor was the Standard Oil Co. (see BP AMERICA), long a sponsor of newscasts on radio and anxious to achieve a similar presence on television. As the SOHIO reporter on Channel 9, Guthrie became an instant success. His 10-minute newscast included weather and sports, all done by Guthrie himself. Later the weather and sports became separate segments beyond the 10 minutes of news. Ken Armstrong did the weather, John Fitzgerald did the sports. One of Guthrie's students, Jack Perkins, was hired as a newscaster on Channel 5 and was on at 11, competing with his professor. Perkins, from Wooster, had acquired experience at WGAR radio. He was teamed with a nationally known newscaster brought from New York, John B. Hughes. Perkins left WEWS in 1963 to join NBC News in New York. Also in 1963, Channel 8 revamped its 11 P.M. format and Guthrie was succeeded by a 2-man team, Doug Adair and Joel Daly. Adair would later move to Channel 3.

      Through all the various changes in Cleveland television, the red-headed DOROTHY FULDHEIM remained a dominant figure. Long familiar as a lecturer and radio commentator, Fuldheim was hired for the Scripps-Howard FM radio station when she was 55 years old. She moved to the TV station and became a huge success with her news reports and candid commentaries on national as well as local events. Any major figures visiting Cleveland would be interviewed by Dorothy Fuldheim. She continued on WEWS almost to her 91st birthday, suffering a stroke in July 1984 after her 6 P.M. programa. She died in 1989.

      Cleveland television experienced a major change between 1956 and 1965. NBC persuaded Westinghouse Broadcasting in Philadelphia to trade stations, with NBC moving its Cleveland radio and TV stations to Philadelphia and Westinghouse moving its KYW radio and TV to Channel 3 in Cleveland. Westinghouse and KYW built a good reputation for live, innovative programming and for its expanded news operation. Its daily variety show, hosted by Mike Douglas, was so successful it was syndicated to other TV stations across the country. It was actually a copy of the existing "One O'Clock Club" on Channel 5 at the time, which featured a live band, celebrity guest interviews, and co-hosts Dorothy Fuldheim and radio disc-jockey Bill Gordon. Fuldheim and Gordon did not particularly care for each other and barbed remarks often passed between them, accompanied by smiles. KYW provided Douglas a sizable budget to attract big stars to his program. The "One O'Clock Club" saw its ratings decline to the point that it was discontinued. The Mike Douglas Show remained on the air until mid-1982.

      Despite its success in Cleveland, Westinghouse won a lawsuit against NBC, contending that NBC had used improper pressure in forcing it to move from the larger Philadelphia market. Westinghouse returned to Philadelphia and NBC came back to Cleveland, where it modified the KYW letters to become WKYC. It later sold the radio station, which became WWWE. The Westinghouse-NBC trade had some interesting side effects. NBC Newscaster Tom Field did not like being in Philadelphia. At Channel 5, John B. Hughes was anxious to return to New York. So Field returned to Cleveland as the prime news anchor on Channel 5 at 6 and 11 P.M. and enjoyed good ratings. Westinghouse in Cleveland had hired a young meteorologist named Dick Goddard to do the weather. Goddard did not like going to Philadelphia with KYW, so he was hired at Channel 8 and became one of their best-known personalities.

      A program of many years on Channel 5 was the "Morning Exchange," which began 3 Jan. 1972 with Allan Douglas as host. It ran daily from 8 to 10 A.M., with guest interviews, news updates, weather, and other timely features. When Douglas left Cleveland in July 1972, Fred Griffith took over and in 1995 continued in that slot. The program had several woman co-hosts, including Liz Richards, Jan Jones, Lee Jordan, and Connie Dieken. For a time, Channel 3 tried a similar program at 9 A.M., hosted by Dave Patterson, then Scott Newell. It began in 1983 and was ended on 31 Mar. 1989. It was known as "AM Cleveland."

      By 1965 other stations were coming onto the TV screen. WVIZ went on Channel 25 on 7 Feb. 1965 as an educational station supported by public subscription rather than advertising. It scheduled many classroom-type educational programs which were coordinated with Cleveland and suburban schools. WVIZ joined the Public Broadcasting Network and was able to offer programs like "Sesame St." and "The Electric Co.," as well as high quality dramatic and musical programs, including the Metropolitan Opera. Its manager was Betty Cope, who had several years of experience at Channel 5. She remained at Channel 25 until she retired in 1993.

      Kaiser Broadcasting put Channel 61 on the air in Aug. 1968 with a limited schedule of local programs, an innovative 10 P.M. newscast, and a heavy schedule of old movies. At that time not all TV sets could receive ultra-high frequency stations such as Channel 61, compared to the very-high frequency stations like Channels 3, 5, and 8. The small audience led to WKBF's going off the air in April 1975. Channel 61 was returned to the screen on 3 Mar. 1981 as WCLQ, owned by Channel Communications Co. of Ohio. Its programming was almost entirely the selling of merchandise. It later became WQHS. By 1970 all TV sets were required to receive UHF as well as VHF channels. WUAB, Channel 43, had begun service in Sept. 1968. It maintained its existence with movies, syndicated reruns of network programs, and televised Cleveland Indians baseball games. In 1988 WUAB launched its own "Ten O'Clock News," which in 5 years frequently earned higher ratings than Channel 3 at 11. Channel 19, WOIO, made its debut on 19 May 1985. It programmed movies and reruns and in 1987 began carrying programs from the new Fox TV Network. In 1994 a major change saw Channel 8 give up its CBS affiliation when its owners, New World Communications Co., chose to contract all its several stations to the Fox network. As a result, Channel 19 became the CBS outlet in Cleveland. In 1985 WBNX came on Channel 55 specializing in family-oriented reruns, movies, and religious programs.

      Cable television came to the Cleveland area in 1974 with franchises granted by many suburban cities. Cox Cable dominated the west side areas and Cablevision (formerly Viacom) served most of the eastern suburbs. Cable operators did not regard Cleveland as a profitable market until 1987, when North Coast Cable began service. In 1994 North Coast was bought by Cablevision. Other cable services were offered by MetroTen, Metsat, Sportschannel Ohio, Royal American Group, Riveredge Cable, and Cleveland Satellite, to name a few.

      The availability of the cable services, plus the additional TV stations and the arrival of the video cassette recorder, saw the Cleveland TV audience fragmented, as it was elsewhere in the nation. But in 1995 the TV stations seemed to be holding their share of the total market.

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