Television programs--Canada

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The Wolfman Jack Show [television series]

The U.S. disk jockey Wolfman Jack came to the greater public's attention in the 1973 film American Graffiti and as the announcer for the television rock concert series, The Midnight Special. His Howl Productions co-produced The Wolfman Jack Show with the CBC in Vancouver. The producers booked foreign performers as well as Canadian musical artists, such as the Stampeders and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, and was intended to give Canadian artists an avenue into an international market. The program also featured regular performances by the Famous People Players, and comedy with Danny Wells, Peter Cullen, and Sally Sales.

Original air dates: Tue 7:30-8:00 p.m., 5 Oct 1976-13 Sep 1977

Wolfman Jack

Paddy Sampson fonds

  • F 2010.003
  • Fonds

Fonds consists of audio reels and video tapes (VHS, U-Matic and Betacam) with excerpts of interviews, television shows and specials intended for broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) English Television Network. The tapes were compiled by Paddy Sampson during the course of his employment with the CBC as a television producer.

Sampson, Paddy

Dumbells

Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928

The Corsican Brothers / Purple Playhouse [television series]

The Purple Playhouse featured a series of eight television melodramas from the United States and Europe that were adapted for Canadian television. The story of the Corsican Brothers was adapted from a story by Alexandre Dumas, first published in 1844.

Music Canada: The Thirties

Hour-long television special aired on CBC March 12 1967. Originally in colour, Directed by Paddy Sampson.

“Songs, stills and films recall The Depression. Host Patrick Watson’s youthful recollections are contrasted with films and stills of bread lines, Prohibition in the U.S, civil leaders exhorting the public not to loose faith, and the rise of Nazism and fascism in Europe.

The singers are Billy Van, Les Leigh, Jack Northmore, Patty Van, Kathy Collier, Bonnie Brooks and Norma Locke.

Source: TV Guide March 11-17th 1967.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

The lonely machine / Eye opener

  • 2010.003.01.15.01
  • Item
  • February 11, 1982 [original record date March 1965]
  • Part of Paddy Sampson fonds

An adaptation of a Jules Feiffer cartoon starring Rich Little, originally aired in a 1965 episode of the CBC series Eye Opener.