Sunday, August 23, 2020

Forgotten TV Supplemental 8-The Complete History of Aunt Jemima

Normally a Patreon exclusive, this supplemental podcast accompanies episode 36 on Black TV history.

A review of the origin of the minstrel show as well as a complete history of Aunt Jemima is considered.

Aunt Jemima is a trademark of Quaker Oats and Pepsico.

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Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century America  by Micki McElya
Slave in a Box by M M Manring

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 36-An Overview of Black TV History 1939-1980


From the early representations in experimental broadcasts to the contributions of the Dumont Network; to the thin appearances on 1950s TV; to the integration and beginnings of equality in the 1960s; to the sometimes controversial sitcoms of the 1970s; and the foundation of BET in 1980, this podcast presents an overview of Black TV history.

Timecodes
0-1:09:40 Background/1939-1959
1:09:40-1:47:05 1960s
1:47:05-end 1970s and conclusion

 

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 Primetime Blues by Donald Bogle

Encyclopedia of Television edited by Horace Newcomb
Our Gang: A Racial History of The Little Rascals by Julia Lee

 The music track Astray by Alec Slayne is used under license from Epidemic Sound.

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Sunday, April 12, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 35-The Whiz Kids Stars Speak



Conversations with Whiz Kids actors Madelyn Cain, Andrea Elson, Todd Porter, and Adrienne DeGuere.
Timecodes
0 Intro/Madelyn Cain
26:38 Andrea Elson
57:50 Todd Porter
1:41:00 Adrienne DeGuere
Please like the Whiz Kids page on Facebook and visit the Whiz Kids blog!
Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
The music tracks Catch Up by Falcon Dives and I Think I Was There by Emil Axelsson are used under license from Epidemic Sound.
Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by CBS, Universal Television, Elephant Films, NBCUniversal or any production company involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast.  Amazon links are affiliate.
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Monday, March 2, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 34-Whiz Kids Part Two: Behind The Scenes



A complete look at behind the scenes of 1983's Whiz Kids, including interview with co-creator Bob Shayne. Due to length, please note the following timecodes:
Behind the scenes of Whiz Kids 0-1:06:30
Bob Shayne Interview 1:06:30-2:24:45
After Whiz Kids/Legacy of show 2:24:45-end
Special thanks to Bob Shayne, Madelyn Cain, Andrea Elson, Todd Porter, Max Gail, Linda Scruggs DeGuere, Adrienne DeGuere, Tammy Taylor, Robbie Rist, Paul Chihara, Craig Buck, and Wayne Correia.
Please like the Whiz Kids page on Facebook and visit the Whiz Kids blog!
Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
The music tracks Catch Up by Falcon Dives and I Think I Was There by Emil Axelsson are used under license from Epidemic Sound.
Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by CBS, Universal Television, Elephant Films, NBCUniversal or any production company involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast.  Amazon links are affiliate.
Copyright 2020 Forgotten TV Media

Friday, January 31, 2020

Forgotten TV ep 33-Whiz Kids Part One



The origins and each episode of 1983's Whiz Kids is considered! 
Special thanks to Bob Shayne, Robbie Rist, and Tammy Taylor.
Full length interviews with Bob Shayne and actors Madelyn Cain and Andrea Elson can be heard in the Patreon podcast feed and will be published here as part of this podcast series.
Please like the Whiz Kids page on Facebook and visit the Whiz Kids blog!
Podcast published at forgottentv.podbean.com
The music track Cold War Games by Gabriel Lewis is used under license from Epidemic Sound.
Forgotten TV is not affiliated with or authorized by CBS, Universal Television, Elephant Films, or any production company involved in the making of any TV show or film mentioned in this podcast.  Amazon links are affiliate.
Copyright 2020 Forgotten TV Media

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Forgotten TV 2019 End of Year Supplemental



  • Forgotten TV News
  • Future Cop supplemental/state of packaged media
  • Kolchak supplemental/history of Zoltan amusement
  • Obituaries
  • Whiz Kids sneak preview
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