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The Johnny Carson show. Lost episodes

Author: Johnny Carson; Shout! Factory (Firm); Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Shout Factory ; New York, NY : Distributed by Sony BMG Music Entertainment, [2007]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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Working as a staff writer, Johnny Carson filled in as host when Red Skelton was injured during a show rehearsal. As a result of Carson's performance, CBS created the primetime sketch show The Johnny Carson show, a traditional potpourri of comedy, music, dance, skits and monologues.
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Genre/Form: Television serials
Comedy television programs
Television programs
Television comedies
Comedy
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Johnny Carson; Shout! Factory (Firm); Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
ISBN: 073893691X 9780738936918
OCLC Number: 85847167
Notes: Title from container.
Originally broadcast on CBS television in 1955-1956.
Contains 10 episodes thought to be lost.
Special features: 1958 episode of Carson's popular ABC quiz show "Who do you trust?"; rare episode of his short lived and little known 1956 CBS daytime show, also called The Johnny Carson show; Carson's late night debut as a last minute substitute for Jack Paar in 1958.
Cast: Johnny Carson.
Target Audience: Content appropriate for all audiences.
Description: 2 videodiscs (ca. 270 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; NTSC.
Contents: Person to person --
The three Musketeers --
Walter Cronkite --
Goldilocks and the three bears --
Dragnet --
Russian Ballet.
Other Titles: Lost episodes
Johnny Carson show (Television program)

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Working as a staff writer, Johnny Carson filled in as host when Red Skelton was injured during a show rehearsal. As a result of Carson's performance, CBS created the primetime sketch show The Johnny Carson show, a traditional potpourri of comedy, music, dance, skits and monologues.

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