CBS Morning Program, 1987-06-08Additional title: CBS Morning News - Channel TwoAdditional title: CBS morning program (Television program)
NamesHartley, Mariette (Host)Segal, George (Host)McEwan, Mark (Reporter)Osborne, Robert, 1932-2017 (Reporter)Sawyer, Forrest (Reporter)Daniels, Faith (Reporter)Slattery, John (Reporter)Miller, Larry, 1953- (Performer)Jagger, Bianca (Interviewee)D'Amboise, Jacques, 1934- (Interviewee)Bangura, Oya (Dancer)Regalado, Jhonasttan (Dancer)Holland, Katherine (Dancer)McDermott, Matthew (Dancer)Sanchez, Emilio (Dancer)Deacy, Ed (Dancer)Hullihan, Bill (Dancer)Pitron, Alberta (Dancer)Kirgo, George (Reporter)Arnot, Robert Burns (Reporter)Anderson, Jack, 1922-2005 (Analyst)Siegfried and Roy (Interviewee)National Dance Institute (U.S.) (Dancer)CBS News (Broadcaster)
National Dance Institute Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1987-06-08Place: New YorkPublisher: CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 4151
TopicsJagger, BiancaD'Amboise, Jacques, 1934-Siegfried and RoyNational Dance Institute (U.S.)Dance for childrenDance in educationAntiviral agentsHIV infections -- TreatmentAIDS (Disease)AIDS (Disease) and artBengal tiger
GenresTelevision programsTelevised danceInterviewsTelevision interviewsMusic
NotesContent: Interview with Jacques d'Amboise and performance by National Dance Institute students can be found between 70:53-76:25.Creation/production credits: No end credits. Performer, interviewee, and reporter names from audio or lower third of screen when available. National Dance Institute credits from tape cassette label.Performers: Mariette Hartley, George Segal, hosts ; Mark McEwan, weather reporter ; Robert Osborne, reporter (Who's News) ; Forrest Sawyer, Faith Daniels, reporters (CBS News) ; John Slattery, reporter (CBS Channel Two News) ; Larry Miller, Pudgy, comedians ; Siegfried and Roy, Bianca Jagger, Jacques d'Amboise, interviewees ; La Salle Military Academy Drill Team, performers ; Oya Bangura, Jhonasttan Regalado, Katherine Holland, Matthew McDermott, Emilio Sanchez, National Dance Institute students/dancers ; Ed Deacy, Bill Hullihan, Alberta Pitron, NYPD officers/dancers ; George Kirgo, reporter (Movie Watch) ; Dr. Robert Arnot, Washington D.C. field reporter ; Jack Anderson, news analyst.Venue: Broadcast June 8, 1987 New York City.Acquisition: Gift; Jacques D'Amboise, 2012.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (90 min) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionMorning news and entertainment program featuring international, national, and local news stories, weather, sports, entertainment news, and segments with celebrities and entertainers. Comedians Larry Miller and Pudgy are featured. Siegfried and Roy discuss their tigers, also on set, and the habitat they've created, as well as the theft and return of the two featured tiger cubs the day before. Bianca Jagger discusses the recent charity event she hosted, "Art Against AIDS" as well as the Nicaraguan Revolution. A military drill team from La Salle Military Academy performs. Jacques d'Amboise discusses National Dance Institute and it's upcoming 1987 Event of the Year, "A Celtic Tale", then five NDI students and 3 NYPD officers perform a short piece that will be part of the larger performance. International and national news stories are reported by CBS news anchors Forrest Sawyer and Faith Daniels and Tri-State area local news stories are reported by John Slattery. Dr. Robert Arnot covers controversy surrounding new HIV antiviral drug, ampligen.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 922644798NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20807894Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 9b5c79b0-a99a-0133-6c64-60f81dd2b63c
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