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A televised version of the show, produced and syndicated by NBC ( after the pilot episode appeared twice on the network in late 1954 ), also starring Waterman, premiered in 1955 but lasted only 39 episodes.
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Towards the end of the year, Bowie performed the song for Marc Bolan's television show Marc, and again two days later for Bing Crosby's televised Christmas special, when he joined Crosby in " Peace on Earth / Little Drummer Boy ", a version of " The Little Drummer Boy " with a new, contrapuntal verse.
Her performance was seen on the subsequent televised version of this concert, and can be seen on the CD and DVD releases.
Complete concert version of the opera, the first to be televised ( on the NBC television network ), conducted by Toscanini with Herva Nelli as Aida and Richard Tucker as Radamès.
A British version of the televised College Bowl competition was launched as University Challenge in 1962.
The televised version of the event omitted the incident, bridging the gap with announcer Michael Aspel saying, " Mr Horne was taken ill at this point and has since died.
Each week, there would be a nationally televised game, as well as the USFL's own version of Monday Night football.
In 1977, he starred with his The Good Life co-star Penelope Keith in the televised version of Alan Ayckbourn's trilogy The Norman Conquests.
Because of the large number of award categories ( 42 in 2012 ), and the desire to feature several performances by various artists, only the ones with the most popular interest are presented directly at the televised version of the award ceremony.
The BBC produced a televised version, which aired in 1985, starring Helena Little, Tim Woodward, Stephanie Turner and Kenneth Cranham.
Jacobi's work during the 1990s included the 13-episode series TV adaptation of the novels by Ellis Peters, Cadfael ( 1994 – 1998 ) and a televised version of Breaking the Code ( 1996 ).
Kids ' WB aired a televised version of R. L. Stine's The Nightmare Room in 2001, though it didn't make it past a season.
In 1953, he was seen in the title role of a one-hour adaptation of Shakespeare's Othello, and in 1955, he was rather incongruously cast as Ludwig van Beethoven in an episode of the televised version of You Are There.
Actors who have portrayed Long John Silver in the various motion picture adaptations of Treasure Island include Wallace Beery, Ivo Garrani, Orson Welles, Charlton Heston, Eddie Izzard, Lance Henriksen, Robert Newton, Anthony Quinn, Tim Curry, Jack Palance, Brian Murray, Oleg Borisov, Boris Andreyev and British actor Ivor Dean in a televised version of the novel.
Deborah Warner's version, with Fiona Shaw as Hedda Gabler and Stephen Rea as Ejlert Løvborg, was televised in 1993.
The 1962 version ( aka " bicycle of the future ") was the first production Moulton bicycle with suspension and the racing version was televised the same year in action by road race champion and Moulton employee John Ronald Tovey.
The high cost of 120-second slots in televised commercial breaks meant that the full version of " Cog " was broadcast only a handful of times, and only in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Sweden.
His first wife, Janet Suzman, appeared in many of his productions, such as the 1974 televised version of his Antony and Cleopatra.
Ryan Dempster, Chicago Cubs pitcher, is known for his Harry Caray impression, most notably, he announced the Cubs ' starting lineup while speaking like the post-stroke version of Caray before a nationally televised baseball game on Fox Sports.
In the famous Mary Martin musical version of the play, which opened on Broadway in 1954 and was first televised in 1955, Tinker Bell was represented by a darting light, as on stage, accompanied by bell-like sounds.
* 1987 – Robert Altman directed a made-for-TV feature film version of The Dumb Waiter, starring John Travolta and Tom Conti, filmed in Canada and first televised in the United States on WABC-TV on 12 May 1987, as part of Altman's two-part series entitled Basements ; part one is Pinter's first play The Room.
Give us a Clue is a British televised game show version of charades which was broadcast on ITV from 1979 to 1992.
The version of the film televised on The Disney Channel has been edited for language, with all uses of the words " damn " and " hell " removed.
Because the chips have no cash value, usually chips are designed with a single color ( usually differing in shade or tone from the version on the casino floor ), a smaller breadth, and a basic mark on the interior to distinguish denominations ; however, at certain events ( such as the World Series of Poker or other televised poker ), chips approach quality levels of chips on the floor.
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According to an apocryphal tale from this era, in a televised face-off, either Capp ( on the Dick Cavett Show ) or ( more commonly ) conservative talk show host Joe Pyne ( on his own show ) is supposed to have taunted iconoclastic musician Frank Zappa about his long hair, asking Zappa if he thought he was a girl.
The halftime show was later shown on tape delay after the game ( at around 10: 40 EST and 9: 40 CST ), although most ABC affiliates ran the first episode of Davis Rules following the Super Bowl, and may have televised the remaining parts of the halftime show later.
Celebration hosts many events every year, including community-wide yard sales, an art show, an exotic car festival, an annual Radio Disney Holiday concert, an Oktoberfest Celebration, the " Great American Pie Festival " ( televised on The Food Network ), a " Posh Pooch " festival, and downtown events for the Fall and Christmas seasons when autumn leaves and " snow " ( small-scale soap flakes ) are released into the Town Center.
* Rock Rivals ( 2008 ) is a British television show about two judges on a televised singing contest whose marriage is falling apart.
The problem did not become known outside a small circle until the show was televised four months later.
Since 1974, the show has been broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry House east of downtown Nashville and performances have been sporadically televised in addition to the radio programs.
Later they must sit in front of a studio audience including their friends & family for the televised portion of the show.
In 1956 Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers appeared on the Frankie Laine show in New York, which was televised nationally, performing their hit " Why Do Fools Fall in Love ?".
The show has been televised since the early 1960s and is now broadcast worldwide through some 1, 500 radio and television stations.
This quirk has earned Richland mention in Ripley's Believe It Or Not books and on the televised game show, Jeopardy.
The Munchkin was first introduced to the general public in 1991 via a national network televised cat show held by The International Cat Association ( TICA ) in Madison Square Garden.
The show is televised, but The Beatles ' and The Stones ' segments are omitted because of union conflicts.
The final show at New Jersey's Giants Stadium is televised live, and the above-mentioned performers are joined by Joni Mitchell, Howard Jones, Yoko Ono, Third World, and Carlos Santana, as well as the other members of The Police.
It led to their first appearance on the nationally televised American Bandstand show, hosted by Dick Clark.
The Fugees would make their first televised appearance in almost ten years at BET's 2005 Music Awards on June 28, opening the show with a twelve minute set.
Starting in 1983 was Ta sjansen, which was televised annually by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation and became Sommerkollen's most popular show.
For its 100th Anniversary celebration, Popular gathered a group of famous Latin-American musicians in an effort to create a musical televised show.
Bamboozled is a 2000 satirical film written and directed by Spike Lee about a modern televised minstrel show featuring black actors donning blackface makeup and the violent fall-out from the show's success.
Bangladesh's most renowned English daily, the Daily Star and Champs21. com, is organising ( as of March 2012 ) a televised spelling bee for students from Bengali and English medium backgrounds, who compete through an online system with the winners making it through to the television show.
After her return to Puerto Rico, she began working as a show host, alongside Antonio Sanchez, in Sanchez's production of No Te Duermas, televised on Telemundo Puerto Rico.
Christopher John " Chris " Matthews ( born December 17, 1945 ) is an American news anchor and political commentator known for his nightly hour-long talk show, Hardball with Chris Matthews, which is televised on the American cable television channel MSNBC.