A is for Arbus #81

Penn Station, N.Y.C. (1963)

The Gunslinger Guide to Elizabeth Taylor #18

Twilight of the Dreamboats #98

This Week's Hopper #36

The City (1927)

Divorce Court Confidential! #7

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Los Angeles -- Esperanza Wayne, wife of actor John Wayne, is shown in court with her attorney, Jerome Rosenthal. She has asked that the court order her husband to pay her $9,000-per-month alimony claiming that the actor made over $1,000,000 in the past three years. (1953)

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #100:
The First Features of John Frankenheimer (1957-1962)

The cast for episode #100:

Stuart Collier
Stephen Cooke
Jeremiah McNeil
Brian Risselada
Max Slobodin
Tom Sutpen

This episode was recorded on April 21, 2016

Seminal Image #1134

(Martin Ritt; 1963)

They Were Collaborators #890

Warren Beatty and Elaine May

An Illustrated History of Race Relations in America #25

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Alsip -- Mrs Mamie Bradley reacts as the body of her son is lowered into his grave during the funeral. Her son, fourteen year old Emmett Till, was shot and murdered in Greenwood, Mississippi. (1955)

The Art of Jazz #157

Kenton in Hi-Fi
(Stan Kenton & His Orchestra)
(Capitol Records; 1956)

How to Read... with Richard Avedon! #23

Bert Lahr

Artists in Action #886

Ernest Thesiger embroiders.

Bird's-Eye View #4

Citizen Kane
(Orson Welles; 1941)

They Were an Item #182

Matt Cimber & Jayne Mansfield

Authors by David Levine #2

Toni Morrison

Before and After #340: John Cassavetes



This Week's Weegee #109

The Heretofore Unmentioned #201

Elsie Randolph

Annals of Crime #135
The Art of the Courtroom #4

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New York -- Mark David Chapman, accused killer of John Lennon, holds a new copy of J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye during appearance in Manhattan Criminal Court where pretrial motions were made. He was carrying another copy of that novel the night he waited for Lennon outside the Dakota apartment house. That copy is now being held in evidence by the Manhattan District Attorney's office. (1981)

Seminal Image #1134

Seven Thieves (Henry Hathaway; 1960)

The Killer #1

An Illustrated History of American Labor #17

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Chicago -- Women protesters picketing at City Hall in support of Republic Steel strikers after what is known as the Memorial Day massacre. (1937)

Annals of Crime #134

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Jewelry Store Robber Gets $2,000

Denver -- Denver Patrolman H. G. Seaman checks the theft of an estimated $2,000 in cash Monday from the Cherry Creek Shopping Center jewelry store. Next to the officer is David Rudolph, owner of Rudolph's Jewelers, 2856 E. 1st Ave. At right is Jack Frey, a former Denver policeman and, next to him, Einer Hultgren, two customers who tried to pursue the lone gunman. They lost him in heavy traffic at E. 1st Ave. and University Blvd. Frey said the stickup was about 40 to 45 years old. (1965)

Divorce Court Confidential! #6

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Los Angeles -- Screen actress Judy Garland testifies during her divorce hearing against producer Vincente Minnelli. The songstress said Minnelli made her nervous and ill by failing to talk with her. Judy was given custody of her daughter, Liza and the family home. She married the producer in 1945, a year after her divorce from musician David Rose. (1951)

Qui êtes-vous, William Klein? #3

Two Heads and Cop, New York (1954)

Norman Rockwell Saved from Drowning #54

Forsaken (1952)

Twilight of the Dreamboats #97

H is for Haas #2

Arizona (1970)

Friends and Family #75

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Los Angeles -- Abe Reles and Al Tannebaum, New York gangster figures in the Murder Incorporated expose, went before the County Grand jury to tell what they know about Benny 'Bugsy' Siegel and the Thanksgiving Eve rubout of Harry 'Big Greeny' Schachter. What they know about Siegel was prefaced, it was understood, by a background sketch that pictured him as "bigger than Louis Lepke ever was." Left to right here are Al Tannebaum, Abe Reles and District Attorney Burton Fitts. (1940)

The Life and Times of the American Motel #31

Red River Motel (South Harwich, MA)

The Art of Cinema #587

Lonesome Cowboys
(Andy Warhol; 1968)