List of Surviving Du Mont Television Network Broadcasts - Held By The UCLA Film and Television Archive

Held By The UCLA Film and Television Archive

  • The Admiral Broadway Revue – One episode (March 4, 1949)
  • A.N.T.A. Album of 1955 – Special shown on March 28, 1955
  • The Bigelow Theatre – Nine episodes, including October 4, 1951 and series finale from December 27)
  • Boxing From Eastern Parkway – 30 episodes, ranging from December 1, 1952 to October 26, 1953
  • Boxing From St. Nicholas Arena – Five episodes (including August 6, 1956 finale, the last program aired on DuMont)
  • Boxing With Dennis James – Three episodes from 1950
  • Captain Video and His Video Rangers – 24 episodes, ranging from at least 1949-1953
  • Cavalcade of Stars – 15 episodes, ranging from September 1949 to October 26, 1951
  • Champagne and Orchids – Two episodes (with guests Eric Thorsen and Yul Brenner)
  • Charlie Wild, Private Detective – Two episodes (including May 6, 1952; UCLA has another 13 episodes from the CBS and ABC eras)
  • Colonel Humphrey Flack – 12 episodes, ranging from October 14, 1953 to February 9, 1954
  • Concert Tonight – One episode from 1954
  • Dark of Night – One episode (January 30, 1953)
  • Doorway to Fame – Two episodes (March 30 and April 1949)
  • Front Page Detective – 17 episodes
  • Front Row Center – One episode from 1949
  • Georgetown University Forum – One episode (December 13, 1951)
  • The Goldbergs – 71 restored episodes, including DuMont, available on DVD
  • The Growing Paynes – One episode from 1949
  • Gruen Playhouse – Two episodes (May 22 and June 19, 1952)
  • Guide Right – 18 episodes
  • International Playhouse – 12 episodes (although not all can be confirmed as DuMont episodes)
  • Jimmy Hughes, Rookie Cop – One episode (network premiere from May 8, 1953)
  • The Johns Hopkins Science Review – Three episodes (1951; October 7, 1952; and 1953), one of which features Wernher von Braun
  • Joseph Schildkraut Presents – One episode (November 18, 1953); another six episodes, ranging from December 4, 1951 to April 23, 1952, are from the earlier ABC series Personal Appearance Theatre, which also featured Schildkraut and may have been shown on DuMont stations
  • Kids and Company – One episode (series finale from June 1, 1952), one of the very few surviving daytime DuMont broadcasts; while host Johnny Olson states that the program is going on a ten-week hiatus, he and the crew (appearing onstage) nonetheless sing Auld Lang Syne
  • Life Is Worth Living – Four episodes (October 1951 and three from 1955)
  • The Magic Cottage – Two episodes (1950 and February 27, 1954)
  • Marge and Jeff – 27 episodes (ranging from September 28, 1953 to September 1, 1954), one excerpt (May 20, 1954)
  • Melody Street – Two episodes (including January 1, 1954), one excerpt
  • The Morey Amsterdam Show – 48 episodes, ranging from November 21, 1949 to August 31, 1950
  • Newsweek Views the News (also known as Newsweek Analysis) – Two episodes (February 27 and April 17, 1950)
  • Not for Publication – 12 episodes, including shows ranging from May 13, 1951 to April 15, 1952
  • The Original Amateur Hour – Three episodes, one excerpt
  • Pantomime Quiz – Two episodes, plus a larger amount of CBS episodes
  • Passaic: Birthplace of Television and the DuMont Story (early television movie) – Live television play aired November 14, 1951
  • The Paul Dixon Show – One episode (network premiere from September 29, 1952)
  • Pulse of the City – Three episodes from 1953
  • Rocky King, Inside Detective – 37 episodes, ranging from 1951–1954
  • Star Time – Four episodes (November 21 and 28, 1950 plus January 16 and February 6, 1951), one excerpt
  • The Stranger – One episode (November 12, 1954)
  • The Ted Steele Show – One episode (series finale from July 12, 1949)
  • This Is Music – Two episodes (1951 and April 1952)
  • Top 12 Business Leaders (30-minute special aired May 28, 1951 from the 21 Club in New York City)
  • The Vincent Lopez Show – One episode from 1950
  • Window on the World – One episode (March 25, 1949)
  • Wisdom of the Ages – One episode (June 16, 1953)
  • You Asked for It – Two episodes (#8 and #31)

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