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[The Kennedy Center Honors, 18th]

Publisher: [1997-12-27 (9 PM PST)]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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"Honoring five eminent figures in the performing arts: ballet legend Jacques D'Amboise, diva Marilyn Horne, blues master B.B. King, Sidney Poitier and Neil Simon. Cameras at the gala (taped Dec. 3) often cut away from the classy tributes on-stage to the honorees in the audience, who are genuinely moved by the performances. Included: a medley of King's hits sung by Etta James, Bonnie Raitt and Dr. John; a rendition  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Award presentations
Specials
Music
Dance
Emmy Award nominees
Named Person: Jacques D'Amboise; Marilyn Horne; B B King; Sidney Poitier; Neil Simon
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
OCLC Number: 423071206
Notes: Awards special.
Broadcast on CBS.
Copyright notice on videocassette: c1995 by Kennedy Center Television Productions, Inc.
Emmy Award nominee, prime time.
Credits: Editors, Michael Polito, Randy Magalski, Joe Wiedenmayer, Mark Muheim; special music material, Ray Charles.
Performer(s): Host: Walter Cronkite. Participants: Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Steve Martin, Christine Baranski, Nathan Lane, Sid Caesar, Suzanne Farrell, Charles and Christopher D'Amboise, children from Jacques D'Amboise's National Dance Institute, Ed Bradley, Joe Louis Watkins, Dr. John, Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, Joe Williams, Paul Newman, Louis Gossett Jr, James Earl Jones, Jessye Norman, Voices of the Next Generation.
Event notes: Record date: December 3, 1995.
Responsibility: a George Stevens, Jr.-Don Mischer presentation ; created by George Stevens, Jr. and Nick Vanoff ; producers, George Stevens, Jr., Don Mischer ; director, Louis J. Horvitz ; writers, Bob Shrum, George Stevens, Jr., Sara Lukinson, John Frook.

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"Honoring five eminent figures in the performing arts: ballet legend Jacques D'Amboise, diva Marilyn Horne, blues master B.B. King, Sidney Poitier and Neil Simon. Cameras at the gala (taped Dec. 3) often cut away from the classy tributes on-stage to the honorees in the audience, who are genuinely moved by the performances. Included: a medley of King's hits sung by Etta James, Bonnie Raitt and Dr. John; a rendition of Amazing grace by the Met's Jessye Norman; a lively dance piece; and readings from Simon's works. Walter Cronkite hosts the event, which also features warm words from Paul Newman and Steve Martin"--TV guide, December 27, 1997.

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