Updated:- June 22, 2007

1)

KING: A FILMED RECORD ... MONTGOMERY TO MEMPHIS

 

Category:

Documentary

Production:

Run Time:

185 minutes

Date:

1970 (VHS video 1988)

Producer:

Ely A. Landau

Director:

Sidney Lumet, Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Narrators:

Ruby Lee, Clarence Williams III, Ben Gazzara,

Charlton Heston, Sidney Poitier

Commentators:

Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, James Earl Jones

Others:

Martin Luther King, Burt Lancaster, Paul Winfield

Belafonte:

Narrator

Video:

103 minutes - no commercial content (Pacific Arts Video)

Outline:

Lauded as one of the most important documentaries ever made, "King ...

Montgomery to Memphis" captures the eloquence and courage in striking

words and images of the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King. From the

Montgomery bus boycott to the assassinís bullet in Memphis, this film

records the fiery and triumphant battle of this great man and depicts his

philosophy of non-violence. It is an intensely moving and dramatic account

of the struggle for equality and justice waged by both black and white

Americans in their efforts to realize "an idea whose time has come."

Academy Award nominee.

2)

THE GREAT AMERICAN DREAM MACHINE

Category:

Network:

NET

Date:

1970

Co-stars:

Belafonte:

3)

DIAHANN CARROLL SHOW

Category: Music Special
Network: NBC
Date: Apr 5, 1971
Co-stars: Diahann Carroll, Tom Jones, Harry Belafonte,
Bill Cosby (cameo) & Don Sutherland (cameos)

Carroll sings:

New World Coming, Motherless Child, God Bless The Child

Jones sings:

Without Love, Daughter Of Darkness, Help (a duet with Carroll)

Belafonte sings:

The Rock Island Line, plus a second song

4)

THE NEW BILL COSBY SHOW

Category:

Network:

CBS

Date:

Sept 11, 1972

Co-stars:

Bill Cosby, Sidney Poitier

Belafonte sings:

Tone The Bell Easy

5)

THE JULIE ANDREWS HOUR

   

Category:

Music Special

Network:

BBC (England)

Date:

Nov 29, 1972

Co-stars:

Julie Andrews, Harry Belafonte, Sivuca

Julie sings: Vincent, Yesterday
Belafonte sings: Suzanne (with Sivuca), Mister Bojangles, Blowin' In The Wind

Duets:

There's A Kind Of Walk (Medley): (Walk Right In, Walk On By,

Baby Elephant Walk, Walkin' My Baby Back Home)

Calypso Medley (with Sivuca): (Marianne,

Don't Stop The Carnival, Zombie Jamboree), Matilda (with Sivuca)
Let It Be / Beatles Fantasy: (A Hard Days Night, Eleanor Rigby,
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Ticket To Ride,
Yellow Submarine, I Want To Hold Your Hand, Hey Jude)

6)

THE JOHNNY CARSON TONIGHT SHOW

Category:

Talk Show

Network:

NBC-TV

Date:

March 8, 1973
Guests:
Belafonte sings: Empty Chairs

7)

V.I.P. SCHAUKEL (V.I.P. On The See-Saw)

 

Date:

Aug 24, 1973

 

 

 

Belafonte:

 

 

 

8)

ROWAN & MARTIN, RCA's OPENING NIGHT

   
  Network: NBC
  Guest Stars: Dolly Parton, Cathy Rigby, Jimmy Walker, Ruby Keeler, John Wayne
  Date: Sept 1973

 

Belafonte sings:

 

9)

THE MIKE DOUGLAS SHOW

Category:

Network:

Date:

Oct 10, 1973

Co-stars:

Belafonte:

10)

THE FLIP WILSON SHOW

Category:

Comedy

Network:

NBC

Date:

Oct 25, 1973

Guests:

Harry Belafonte
    Burns & Schreiber, comedy team

 

 

Falumi Prince, singer/actor
    Sivuca, virtuoso guitarist
  Necktie Skit: Flip tries to peddle ties on a street corner to passers-by Burns & Schreiber 
    while Harry does everything possible to scuttle his efforts.
  Harry sings: "Empty Chairs" accompanied by Sivuca on guitar
  Island Skit: Flip (as Geraldine), Harry, Falumi, Burns & Schreiber all join in to do
    "She Put The Lime In The Coconut," a musical comedy which unfolds in a 
    Trinidad resort. The sketch begins with a smattering of "Day-O."

11)

FESTIVAL OF LIVELY ARTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Episode: TODAY IS OURS

Category:

Network:

CBS

Date:

1973

Co-stars:

Belafonte:

12)

BELAFONTE CONCERT IN JAPAN

 

Venue:

Nakano Sun Plazza Hall, Tokyo

Network:

Japanese TV

Date:

Mar 18, 1974

Co-stars:

Falumi Prince, Sivuca

Belafonte sings: Roll on Buddy, Old Time Feeling, John Henry,
We Had It All, Empty Chairs, Mr. Bojangles,
Marching To The Fair, Erene Poo
Carnival Medley (with Prince & Sivuca),
Jamaica Farewell, Sakura, Day O, Matilda
Note: Concert available on 2LP set.

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