The Forgotten Network: DuMont and the Birth of American Television
Temple University Press, 2004 - 228 sivua
"The heart of David Weinstein's book examines DuMont's programs and personalities, including Dennis James, Captain Video, Morey Amsterdam, Jackie Gleason and The Honeymooners, Ernie Kovacs, and Rocky King, Detective. Weinstein uses rare kinescopes, archival photographs, exclusive interviews, trade journal articles, and corporate documents to tell the story of a "forgotten network" that helped invent the very business of network television."--Jacket.
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My Father Was an Engineer
From Basement to Broadway
Who Is in Charge Here?
The DuMont Daytime Experiment
Captain Video Protector of the Free World and the DuMont Network
Whatd He Say? Morey Amsterdam Meets Norman Rockwell
And Away He Went Jackie Gleason and the Cavalcade of Stars
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