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    Un ballo in maschera / [Videorecording] / Verdi, Giuseppe, ; direction. Large, Brian, ; production. Briccetti, Louisa, ; host. Abraham, F. Murray, ; cast.: Millo, Aprile,, Pavarotti, Luciano,, Nucci, Leo,. - United States : : WETA-TV,, 1991-05-22. - 1 videocassette of 1 (VHS) (ca. 150 min.) : + 1/2 in. viewing copy. - ^aProduction by Piero Faggioni ; conductor, James Levine ; series producer, David Horn. - (no price).
Copyright: reg. unknown. Copyright notice on video: Metropolitan Opera Association, Inc. ; 1991. Title on LC work order and in WETA magazine is A masked ball from the Metropolitan Opera. Great performances presented by WNET, KERA, KQED, MPT, SCETV, and WTTW. Summary taken from WETA magazine, 05-91, p. 12. In Italian with English subtitles. Number 1624. Source used: WETA magazine, 05-91.
Рубрики: Operas.
Abstract: The Metropolitan Opera performs Verdi's opera about the assassination of a king during a ball in Stockholm in the 18th century.

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Verdi, Giuseppe, (1813-1901.); Large, Brian, \direction.\; Briccetti, Louisa, \production.\; Abraham, F. Murray, \host.\; Millo, Aprile, \cast.\; Pavarotti, Luciano, \cast.\; Nucci, Leo, \cast.\; Somma, Antonio, (1809-1864.) \.\; LC Off-Air Taping Collection (Library of Congress)
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    The American experience. [Text] / production, Weidlinger, Tom, ; narration. Abraham, F. Murray, ; host. McCullough, David G.,. - United States : : WETA-TV,, 1988-10-04. - 1 videocassette of 1 (60 min.) : + 3/4 in. viewing copy.3/4 in. viewing copy (copy 2). - ^aNarration, F. Murray Abraham. - (no price).
Copyright: WGBH Educational Foundation. DCR 1988; PUB 4Oct88; REG 17Feb89; PA411-160. Summary taken from The American experience guide from PBS Video in M/B/RS description files. No. 101. Sources used: copyright data sheet; M/B/RS description files.
Рубрики: San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif., 1906.
   Fires--California--San Francisco.

   San Francisco (Calif.)--History.
Abstract: Program features the accounts of those who lived in San Francisco before and after it was destroyed by a devastating earthquake and fire in April 1906. Archival footage and rare photos show the event that killed thousands of people and left tens of thousands homeless. It also outlines the remarkable recovery of the survivors who rebuilt San Franscisco within three years.

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Weidlinger, Tom, \production,.\; Abraham, F. Murray, \narration.\; McCullough, David G., \host.\; LC Off-Air Taping Collection (Library of Congress); Copyright Collection (Library of Congress)
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    Cadence / [Text] / direction, Sheen, Martin, ; writing. Shryack, Dennis, ; cast.: Sheen, Charlie,, Abraham, F. Murray,. - United States : : New Line Cinema,, 1990. - 1 videocassette of 1 (VHS) (90 min.) : + 1/2 in. viewing copy.35 mm. ref print. - (no price).
Copyright: Lonely Cadence Corporation. DCR 1990; PUB 1Jul90; REG 22Jun92; PA579-498. Based on the book, Count a lonely cadence, by Gordon Weaver. Source used: Variety, 11/5/90.
Рубрики: United States--Armed Forces--Drama.

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Sheen, Martin, \direction,.\; Shryack, Dennis, \writing.\; Sheen, Charlie, \cast.\; Abraham, F. Murray, \cast.\; Copyright Collection (Library of Congress)
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    Bad habits. [Text] / Abraham, F. Murray., Drivas, Robert,, McNally, Terrence. ; annotator. (Richard Livingstone), Coe, Richard L. ; Astor Place Theatre (Organization : New York, N.Y.), Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress). - [S. l. : s. n.], [1974?]. - 1 v. (theater program). - (no price).
Astor Place Theatre, between [1974?]. Title devised by Library staff. "On stage"--Cover. LC copy accompanied by playbill advertisements for "When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?" at the Eastside Playhouse [opened Dec. 6, 1973] and "El Grande de Coca-Cola," at Plaza 9, [February 13, 1973-April 13, 1975]. LC copy has notations by Coe.
Abstract: Astor Place Theatre, Adela Holzer presents "Bad Habits," by Terrence McNally, with F. Murray Abraham, Emory Bass, Paul Benedict, Cynthia Harris, Michael Lombard, J. Frank Lucas, Doris Roberts, Henry Sutton, sets, costumes and lighting by Michael H. Yearngan and Lawrence King, directed by Robert Drivas.

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Abraham, F. Murray.; Drivas, Robert, (1938-); McNally, Terrence.; Coe, Richard L., (Richard Livingstone), (1914-1995,) \annotator.\; Astor Place Theatre (Organization : New York, N.Y.); Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
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