Norman Rockwell Saved from Drowning #55

The Watchmaker of Switzerland (1948)

When Legends Gather #875

Jerome 'Curly' Howard and Louis Jordan

Annals of Crime #139
An Illustrated History of Race Relations in America #26

Original Caption:

Hails "steps toward justice"...

New York -- Civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King holds up photos of the three young civil rights workers murdered in Mississippi last summer during a press conference following the announcement that 20 men had been arrested in connection with the slayings in Mississippi. He called the arrests "first steps toward justice" and declared that the FBI action "renews" his faith in democracy. Dr. King was in New York on his way to Oslo, Norway, to collect his recently-awarded Nobel Peace Prize. The photos show (left to right) Michael Schwerner; James Chaney; and Andrew Goodman. (1965)

Morris Engel & Ruth Orkin #3

Red Hot (Ruth Orkin; 1950)

The Art of Cinema #590

(Howard Hawks; 1962)

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #103:
The Unedited Commentary Track:
Masculin féminin (Jean-Luc Godard; 1966)

The cast for episode #103:

Stuart Collier
Jeremiah McNeil
Brian Risselada
Tom Sutpen

This episode was recorded on May 15, 2016

Welcome to Show Business! #84

Original Caption:

Rome -- The arrival of Austrian-born American director Billy Wilder at the Ciampino Airport on the occasion of the launching of the film Some Like It Hot. A group of students in female outfit is posing with him, emulating the plot of the movie. (1959)

Qui êtes-vous, William Klein? #5

Atom Bomb Sky, New York (1955)

Aftermath: The Old World #3

Original Caption:

Berlin -- A group of German children stand atop building rubble, cheering a United States cargo airplane as it flies over a western section of Berlin. American and British forces have been airlifting food and supplies after Soviet forces surrounded and closed off the besieged city. (1948)

Bobby: Scenes from a Life #19

Bobby takes on World Communist icon Dinah Shore

Divorce Court Confidential! #9

Original Caption:

Ciudad Juarez -- Actress Mia Farrow signs decree as she receives divorce from Frank Sinatra in civil court in Juarez, Mexico. Observers said Miss Farrow appeared nervous and screamed "get out" at photographers moments before signing the divorce decree. (1968)

When Legends Gather #874

Burt Bacharach, Angie Dickinson and Dirk Bogarde

Friends and Family #77
The City: Philadelphia #23

Original Caption:

Philadelphia -- Angelo Bruno, considered by Federal law enforcement officials to be one of the nine major mob bosses in the country, lies shot to death in his car. Checking his body is a Philadelphia policeman. (1980)

The Art of Pop #76

Dancing in Wonderland
(Bert Kaempfert & His Orchestra)
(Decca Records; 1960)

The Gunslinger Guide to John Coltrane #3

The Art of American Fantasy #67

The Art of Hocus-Pocus #9

The Bestseller's List #10

Leon Uris

Everybody Gets to Go to the Moon! #3

Astronaut and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin moves toward a position to deploy two components of the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package (EASEP) on the surface of the moon during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity. The Passive Seismic Experiments Package (PSEP) is in his left hand; and in his right hand is the Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LR3). Mission commander Neil Armstrong took this photograph with a 70mm lunar surface camera.

Twilight of the Dreamboats #99

Beat Merchants #9
This Week's Weegee #111

Gene Krupa

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #102:
The Living Trilogy of Roy Andersson (2000-2014)

The cast for episode #102:

Stuart Collier
Andrew Cripe
Jeremiah McNeil
Brian Risselada
Tom Sutpen

This episode was recorded on May 5, 2016

The Heretofore Unmentioned #203

Florence Foster Jenkins

Great Madmen of the 20th Century #42

Jack Parsons

The Art of the Panel: Dell #6

from Lyndon B. Johnson
(by Paul S. Newman, John Tartaglione, Dick Giordano and Jon D'Agostino)
(Lyndon B. Johnson; March, 1965)

Morris Engel & Ruth Orkin #2

Woody Allen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.C. (Ruth Orkin; 1963)

Women of the Stage #20

Tura Satana

Annals of Crime #138

Original Caption:

Chicago -- The Chicago Police department released this composite drawing of a man sought for the murder of eight nurses who were slain in the living quarters of a South Chicago community Hospital on July 14th. They describe the man as being male, white, about 25 years old, 6-feet tall, and weighing about 160 pounds, with brown hair, that is a little longer than a crew cut. When last seen, he was wearing a black suit and shoes. The description was furnished by Miss Corazon, a nurse who escaped the slayer by rolling under a bed. (1966)

Weekend #28

The Passion of Minoru Yamasaki #4

A is for Arbus #82

Woman with a Headless Dummy, N.Y.C. (1956)

Joints #35


Seminal Image #1137

Kristove roky
(The Crucial Years)
(Juraj Jakubisco; 1967)

When Legends Gather #873

Hubert Selby, Jr. and Amiri Baraka (aka LeRoi Jones)