NBC Experiment in Television

NBC Experiment in Television was an American experimental television show[1][2] broadcast on NBC from 1967 to 1971. The format of the show was an anthology series and it usually aired on Sunday afternoons. Many of the episodes were either dramatic pieces or documentaries. The program was nominated for an Emmy in 1968 for editing.[1]

NBC Experiment in Television
GenreExperimental
Country of originUnited States
Production
Running time60 mins.
Release
Original networkNBC
Original release1967 
1971

In 1969 the program screened an episode produced and directed by Jim Henson and written by Henson and Jerry Juhl entitled The Cube and starring Richard Schaal. Henson, also produced a documentary episode "Youth '68" the previous year.

Episodes

Season 1
  • 1: Losers Weepers ... 19 February 1967
  • 2: A Coney Island of the Mind ... 26 February 1967
  • 3: Good Day ... 05 March 1967
  • 4: This Is Marshall McLuhan: The Medium Is the Massage ... 19 March 1967
  • 5: We Interrupt This Season ... 26 March 1967
  • 6: Theater of the Deaf ... 02 April 1967
  • 7: The Questions ... 09 April 1967
  • 8: A Young American in Paris ... 23 April 1967
  • 9: Movies in the Now Generation ... 30 April 1967
Season 2
  • 1: Four Days to Omaha ... 18 February 1968
  • 2: The Hamster of Happiness ... 25 February 1968
  • 3: Passport to Prague ... 03 March 1968
  • 4: New Voices of Watts ... 17 March 1968
  • 5: To Wally Pantoni We Leave a Credenza ... 31 March 1968
  • 6: What Color Is the Wind ... 14 April 1968
  • 7: Youth 68: Everything's Changing... or Maybe It Isn't ... 19 April 1968
  • 8: Africa and I ... 28 April 1968
Season 3
  • 1: This Is Sholom Aleichem ... 07 February 1969
  • 2: Color Me German ... 16 February 1969
  • 3: The Cube ... 23 February 1969
  • 4: The New Communicators ... 16 March 1969
  • 5: Pinter People ... 06 April 1969
  • 6: Fellini: A Director's Notebook ... 15 March 1969
  • 7: Bye Bye Butterfly ... 13 April 1969
  • 8: Big Sur ... 20 April 1969
Season 4
  • 1: Music! ... 22 February 1970
  • 2: This Is Al Capp ... 01 March 1970
  • 3: The Engagement ... 08 March 1970
  • 4: A Bad Case of Shakespeare ... 22 March 1970
  • 5: Moby Tick ... 12 April 1970
Season 5
  • 1: Buckminster Fuller on Spaceship Earth ... 07 February 1971

References


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