Donahue: The 25th Anniversary Special
NamesNational Dance Institute (U.S.) (Creator)Donahue, PhilChung, Connie, 1946-Daniels, FaithGrodin, CharlesHartman, PhilJones, Jenny, 1946-King, Larry, 1933-Povich, MauryRaphael, Sally JessyRivera, GeraldoRivers, JoanSawyer, Diane, 1945-Springer, Jerry, 1944-Steinem, GloriaWallace, Mike, 1918-2012Walters, Barbara, 1929-Westheimer, Ruth K.(Ruth Karola), 1928-Williams, MontelWinfrey, OprahLeno, JayLetterman, DavidThomas, MarloLawrence, Steve, 1935-Haley, Jack, Jr, 1933-2001Savenick, PhillipHalvorson, GaryKohan, RheaKohan, BuzLopez, FrankAdelman, AlanSondheim, StephenBelling, AndrewD'Amboise, Jacques, 1934-National Dance Institute (U.S.)
National Dance Institute Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1992-11-15
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 4576
TopicsDonahue, PhilDonahue (Television program)CelebritiesPoliticians -- United StatesSex in popular cultureRacism -- United StatesFeminism and mass mediaAIDS (Disease) -- United States
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performancesTelevision programsInterviewsTelevision interviewsMusic
NotesStatement of responsibility: a Jack Haley, Jr. production.Creation/production credits: Executive producer, Jack Haley, Jr.; producer, Phillip Savenick; co-producer, Marcia Lewis; supervising producer, Allan B. Schwartz; director, Gary Halvorson; writers, Rhea Kohan, Buz Kohan; line producer, Neil Olshansky; segment producers, Bruce Bailey, Kevin Miller; Marlo's home movies produced by Joe Byrne; production designer, Frank Lopez; lighting designer, Alan Adelman; executive in charge of talent, Danette Herman; post-production coordinator, David Collins; production coordinator, Michael Pellerin; Comedy Tonight music and lyrics, Stephen Sondheim; musical director, Andy Belling; choreographer, Jacques d'Amboise; assistant choreographer, Ellen Weinstein; tap coach, Jamee Younger; unit manager, Monroe Carol; N.Y. unit manager, Anice C. Doskey; tape archive research, Mike Brown; associate directors, Christine Clark, Leslie Bertram; stage managers, Gary Notoli, Jeffrey Gidder, Dave Cove, Arthur Lewis; on-line editors, Barney Robinson, Jay Robinson, Mike Everhart, Preston Price; wardrobe stylist, Andrea Gibbs; key hair and make-up, Robert Chiu; Phil Donahue's make-up, Susan Ginsberg.Performers: Starring Phil Donahue, Connie Chung, Faith Daniels, Charles Grodin, Phil Hartman, Jenny Jones, Larry King, Maury Povich, Sally Jessy Raphael, Geraldo Rivera, Joan Rivers, Diane Sawyer, Jerry Springer, Gloria Steinem, Mike Wallace, Barbara Walters, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Montel Williams, Oprah Winfrey; special appearances by Jay Leno, David Letterman, Marlo Thomas; Donahue Tonight vocal by Steve Lawrence; students of National Dance Institute, dancers.Venue: Recorded November 15, 1992 Ed Sullivan Theater, New York City.Acquisition: Gift; Jacques D'Amboise, 2012.
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 streaming video file (94 min) :sound, color.
DescriptionEvent celebrating Phil Donahue's 25 year television career, highlighting his interviews with a wide spectrum of notable persons as well as his covering of various social topics, including sexuality, racism, women's rights, the AIDS epidemic in the U.S. Features a special performance with children from National Dance Institue at 43 minute mark.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 953971714NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b21044950Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 6e9a8bd0-9361-0136-fd90-0d47b52047d8
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