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On July 14, Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and his family use it to watch the first ever television drama, The Man with the Flower in His Mouth. 1931: Allen B. DuMont perfects long-lasting reliable cathode ray tubes later used for television reception. TV reaches the Soviet Union and France. 1932: The BBC starts a regular public television broadcasting service in the UK.
CNN) If television is a mirror of its times, the 1970s were a very confused era indeed. The most popular shows of the decade's first half, such as "All in the Family," took on social issues with directness and passion. But what do you expect from a decade that went from demonstrations to disco? So much of '70s television.
That's Entertainment! is a 1960 album by the American vocalist Judy Garland arranged by Jack Marshall. Nevertheless, the results were engaging. Garland was in good voice and sang with assurance, resulting in another terrific collection. That's Entertainment!" (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz) - 2:31.
That's Entertainment! is a 1974 American documentary film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to celebrate the studio's 50th anniversary. It was followed by two sequels and a related film called That's Dancing!. The film, compiled by its ctor, Jack Haley J. under the supervision of executive producer Daniel Melnick, turned the spotlight on MGM's legacy of musical film from the 1920s through the 1950s, featuring performances culled from dozens of the studio's famous films.
Photo: CBS Television Distribution. Entertainment The Greatest TV Shows of the 1950s. List Rules Vote up the most quintessential TV shows that aired between 1950 and 1959. List of the top TV shows of the 1950s, as ranked by television enthusiasts and fans.
Figures from music trade body The BPI also reveal that 25 was also the biggest seller globally, having shifted a further 7 million copies in the US alone. MORE: The Official Top 40 Biggest Songs of 2015 revealed. MORE: Adele beats FIFA to biggest entertainment hit of 2015. In at Number 4 on the end of year chart and the second biggest album released in 2015 is Elvis Presley’s If I Can Dream. The King’s orchestral re-workings of his biggest hits became his 12 th UK Number 1 album in November, giving him the most chart-topping albums for a male artist Further down the tally, Mumford & Sons’ third album Wilder Mind is at 15 (308,000), Years & Years debut Communion finishes at 20 (260,000) and Cilla Black’s Very Best Of, which became her first Number 1 album ever following her death in August, is at 25 on 200,000 combined sales. The Biggest Artist Albums of 2015 appear below.
Philippine Television: That’s Entertainment. Posted on April 30, 2015. Economic constraints during these early years of television forced a dependence on imported programs from three . networks – ABC, CBS, and NBC. Importing programs was cheaper than producing them locally. In addition, canned programs appeared to be more popular among local audiences, even though initiatives were made in educational programming. The commercial orientation of TV also engendered a that’s entertainment mentality in both the advertisers and the general public. TV in the 90s: From local to global. According to the 1998 KBP Broadcast Media Factbook, there are 137 television stations nationwide. Of this number, 63 are originating stations, 50 are relay, and 24 ultra high frequency (UHF) stations. Cable TV is technically not considered part of the broadcast TV industry.
That's the beauty of the berserk Prohibition Era gangster who stole the third season of Boardwalk Empire - and, nearly, said empire itself - out from under Nucky Thompson's nose. And while we won't tell you whom he took over to commit the murder at the heart of David Lynch and Mark Frost's still-peerless horror-mystery masterpiece, we will say that his every on-screen appearance, from the truly shocking reveal on down, is the stuff of nightmares. Actor Frank Silva, who screamed and laughed his way through the part like he was possessed, was just a crew member until a couple of coincidental glimpses of him on set led Lynch to create the character for him. The result: the greatest ghoul in the history of television, hands down.
|A1||–Petula Clark||Colour My World|
|A2||–Vince Hill||A Taste Of Honey|
|A3||–Cilla Black||Like A Song|
|A4||–Harry Secombe||And Yet, And Yet|
|A5||–Cleo Laine||Mood Indigo|
|A6||–Val Doonican||Delaney's Donkey|
|A7||–Diane Solomon||Son Of A Preacher Man|
|B1||–Frankie Vaughan||Long Time, No See|
|B2||–Vera Lynn||The White Cliffs Of Dover|
|B4||–Marian Montgomery||Morning Of My Life|
|B5||–The King's Singers||Summertime|
|B6||–Lena Martell||Smile, Smile, Smile|
|B7||–Cliff Richard||Sunny Honey Girl|