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Jones, James Earl Biography




biography of Jones, James Earl

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17 January 1931, Arkabutla, Mississippi, USA
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James Earl Jones was born on January 17, 1931 in Arkabutla, Mississippi, USA. At an early age, he started to take dramatic lessons to calm himself down. It appeared to work as he has since starred in many films over a 40-year period, beginning with the 'Stanley Kubrick (I)' (qv) classic _Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)_ (qv). He is probably best known for his role as Darth Vader (for the voice only, as the man in the Darth Vader suit was 'David Prowse' (qv), whose voice was dubbed because of his British West Country accent). He has appeared on _"The Simpsons" (1989)_ (qv) a couple of times and played Mufasa in _The Lion King (1994)_ (qv). James Earl Jones returned as the voice of Darth Vader in _Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)_ (qv).
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-   'Cecilia Hart' (qv) (15 March 1982 - present); 1 child

-   'Julienne Marie' (qv) (1968 - 1972) (divorced)


-   Famous for his deep authoritative voice, used most famously for impressive roles as leaders like Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy and Mufasa in _The Lion King (1994)_ (qv)

-   Unmistakeable contagious laugh


-   Took acting lessons to control his stutter.

-   He won a Tony Award in 1969 for "The Great White Hope".

-   Born at 6:05am.

-   Son, with 'Cecilia Hart' (qv): Flynn Earl Jones.

-   Had stuttering problem as a child and said very little as a child; still struggles with the problem and says he has to think about what he says carefully before saying it (impressive, since he is known widely for his voice).

-   Provided the thunderous voice (uncredited) of Darth Vader, the villain of the original Star Wars trilogy.

-   Son of prizefighter-turned-actor 'Robert Earl Jones' (qv), from whom he was (allegedly) estranged long into adulthood. Yet they starred together in a well-received stage revival of 'John Steinbeck' (qv)'s "Of Mice and Men", as Lennie Small and Crooks, respectively ('Kevin Conway (I)' (qv) also starred in the play, as George Milton).

-   He's the commanding voice that says "This is CNN".

-   Graduated from the University of Michigan.

-   His first time acting was at the Ramsdell Theater in Manistee, Michigan.

-   Graduated from Kaleva-Norman-Dickson High School in Brethren.

-   Grew up in the small town of Dublin, Michigan.

-   Callers using Bell Atlantic pay phones often hear Jones's voice assuring them "Welcome to Bell Atlantic", just before a female voice asks for a calling card number.

-   Was once a United States Army officer after college.

-   His "death" was announced during a live broadcast of an NBA playoff game in April 1998. The deceased was actually 'James Earl Ray' (qv), the convicted assassin of 'Martin Luther King' (qv).

-   He received the 'John F. Kennedy' (qv) Centre Honour in December 2002.

-   Narrated the documentary _Black Indians: An American Story (2001)_ (qv) , which explores issues of racial identity between the mixed-descent peoples of both Native American and African American heritage. Jones himself is a Black Indian.

-   Announced the forty-fifth greatest movie villain of all time by Maxim Magazine's "Fifty Greatest Movie Villains of All Time" list for his character of Darth Vader in _Star Wars (1977)_ (qv).

-   Co-starred with 'Madge Sinclair' (qv) five times.

-   Has won two Tony Awards: in 1969, as Best Actor (Dramatic), for "The Great White Hope", a role he recreated in an Oscar-nominated performance in the film version of the same title, _The Great White Hope (1970)_ (qv) and in 1987, as Best Actor (Play), for 'August Wilson (I)' (qv)'s "Fences".

-   In the original Star Wars trilogy, he and 'Billy Dee Williams' (qv) were the only black actors to play major roles. One of 'Billy Dee Williams' (qv)'s other roles was the title role in _Scott Joplin (1977) (TV)_ (qv). 'Scott Joplin' (qv)'s ragtime music was used as the score for _The Sting (1973)_ (qv), which features James's father, 'Robert Earl Jones' (qv).

-   Known for his humility, he declined to have his name appear on the credits of both _Star Wars (1977)_ (qv) and _Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)_ (qv), claiming that he felt his contribution wasn't significant enough to warrant a credit. He did agree to have his name appear of the credits of _Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)_ (qv).

-   Appears in _Robots (2005)_ (qv) with 'Stanley Tucci (I)' (qv). In a television biopic of 'Peter Sellers (I)' (qv), 'Stanley Tucci (I)' (qv) played 'Stanley Kubrick (I)' (qv), who directed 'Peter Sellers (I)' (qv) in _Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)_ (qv), which was also Jones's first film.

-   He was the first established celebrity to appear on the series _"Sesame Street" (1969)_ (qv).

-   On October 8, 2002, he appeared along with Theo Lion from PBS's _"Between the Lions" (1999)_ (qv) before the House Education Reform Subcommittee to explain the importance of supporting literacy programs.

-   Is of African-American, American Indian and Irish ancestry. His paternal great-great-grandmother, Parthenia Connolly, was a native of Ireland who worked as an indentured servant. She married a former slave named Brice. Because Brice had no surname of his own, he took his wife's name Connolly. His maternal grandmother, Maggie Anderson, was part Choctaw Indian. He also has Cherokee ancestry.

-   His parents, Ruth Connolly and 'Robert Earl Jones' (qv), separated just before he was born. He was raised by his maternal grandparents.

-   To help get over his stuttering, he would write poetry, and his schoolteachers would let him read it in front of the class.

-   On June 15, 2005, he was forced to leave the Broadway revival of _On Golden Pond (1981)_ (qv) due to a bout of pneumonia.

-   While in college, was a member of the Pershing Rifles, Co. M-3, a collegiate fraternal organizations for members of the school's ROTC program. Other members of this organization include 'Colin Powell (I)' (qv) and 'G. Gordon Liddy' (qv).

-   Has appeared in two films with 'Madge Sinclair' (qv) where they play the main character's parents. In _Coming to America (1988)_ (qv), they play the mother and father of 'Eddie Murphy (I)' (qv)'s character, Akeem. In _The Lion King (1994)_ (qv), they play the mother and father of Simba. In _Coming to America (1988)_ (qv), he appears with 'Samuel L. Jackson' (qv), who also appears with him in _Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)_ (qv), in which 'James Earl Jones' (qv) voices Darth Vader, the father of original trilogy hero Luke Skywalker. In _The Lion King (1994)_ (qv), Jones' character is named Mufasa. In _Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)_ (qv), Darth Vader is severely injured on the planet Mustafar, which necessitates the synthesized voice Jones provides.

-   He was awarded the American National Medal of the Arts in 1992 by the National Endowment of the Arts in Washington, D.C.

-   His vocal performance of Darth Vader is ranked #84 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.

-   His father-in-law's favorite movie is _Gunga Din (1939)_ (qv).

-   Is a member of the National Rifle Assocation of America (NRA).

-   Brother: 'Matthew Earl Jones' (qv).

-   According to Jones, when George Lucas was trying to cast the voice of Darth Vader, his immediate idea was to cast Orson Welles. However, he felt that Welles was too well-known for the role. So instead, he looked for an actor with a deep voice, "like Orson Welles", which is how he got the role.

-   A Norwegian rock band has named themselves after him: James Earl Jones Barbershop Explosion!.

-   Is a United States Army veteran and former member of the 75th Rangers Regiment.

-   He used to use "Darth Vader" as his handle on his CB radio but stopped when it was freaking people out.

-   First African American actor to play the President of the United States on film in _The Man (1972)_ (qv).

-   Although he played 'Dorian Harewood (I)' (qv)'s son in _"Roots: The Next Generations" (1979)_ (qv), he is more than 19 years his senior in real life.

-   James Earl Jones appeared in _Coming to America (1988)_ (qv) in which 'Samuel L. Jackson' (qv) had a cameo. They would both appear in the Star Wars film series. In addition, Samuel L. Jackson would star in _The Great White Hype (1996)_ (qv) which was a spoof of _The Great White Hope (1970)_ (qv) starring James Earl Jones.

-   Is one of only 14 individuals who are an "EGOT", meaning that he has received at least one of all of the four major entertainment awards: an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony. The other recipients, in chronological order, are Richard Rodgers, Barbra Streisand, Helen Hayes, Rita Moreno, Liza Minnelli, John Gielgud, Audrey Hepburn, Marvin Hamlisch, Jonathan Tunick, Mel Brooks, Mike Nichols, Whoopi Goldberg and Scott Rudin. Three of the 14 recipients, including Jones, did receive one non-competitive award: Barbra Streisand won a Special Tony, Liza Minnelli won a Special Grammy, and Jones won a Special Oscar.


-   Autobiography: "James Earl Jones: Voices and Silences", co-written with Penelope Niven.

-   Radio and TV commercials for Bell Atlantic (1989-2000)

-   Voice of Darth Vader in Star Wars Interactive Video Board Game (English Edition, from Parker Brothers).

-   Is the voice heard saying, "This, is CNN" on the CNN network.

-   Radio and TV commercials for Verizon (company formed by the merger of Bell Atlantic with GTE) (2000-2005)

-   Narrator of the beginning of NBC's TV coverage of the 2000 Olympics Opening Ceremony.

-   Emcee of UJA-Federation of NY benefit dinner, May 2002.

-   Is the voice for ads of the Poughkeepsie Day School, located in upstate New York.

-   Narrator of the docufilm "The Mississippi River", for the Riverpark Museum in Tunica, Mississippi, located mere miles from his birthplace in Arkabutla.

-   (April 2005): Plays Norman Thayer Jr. in "On Golden Pond" play by 'Ernest Thompson' (qv) (Cort Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

-   (2006) Voice in new Georgia Pacific "highway" commercial.

-   Narrated the _The Night of the Iguana (1964)_ (qv) trailer.

-   Active on Broadway in the following productions:

-   Sunrise at Campobello (1958). Drama.

-   The Cool World (1960).

-   Infidel Caesar (1962).. Production never opened.

-   Danton's Death (1965). (Revival). Written by Georg Buchner. New English version by Herbert Blau. Directed by Herbert Blau. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 21 Oct 1965- 27 Nov 1965 (46 performances + 10 previews that began on 12 Oct 1965). Cast: 'Ruth Attaway' (qv), Frank Bayer, Stanley Beck, Alan Bergmann, 'Roscoe Lee Browne' (qv), Mariclare Costello, James Dukas, 'Gail Fisher (I)' (qv), Ray Fry, Robert Gerringer, Michael Granger, James Greene, Edith Gresham, Robert Haswell, Marcie Hubert, Elizabeth Huddle, 'James Earl Jones' (qv), 'Stacy Keach' (qv), 'Lincoln Kilpatrick' (qv), 'Beatrice Manley' (qv), Paul Mann, Claudette Nevins, Robert Phalen, Priscilla Pointer, Tom Rosqui, Robert Stattel, Robert Symonds, Shirley Jac Wagner, Ronald Weyand, Kate Wilkinson, Edward Winter, Louis Zorich. Produced by Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center (under the direction of Herbert Blau and Jules Irving).

-   A Hand Is on the Gate (1966).

-   (1968). Stage Play: The Great White Hope. Drama. Written by 'Howard Sackler' (qv). Music arranged by Charles Gross. Directed by Edwin Sherin. Alvin Theatre: 3 Oct 1968- 31 Jan 1970 (546 performances + 15 previews). Cast: 'James Earl Jones' (qv) (as "Jack Jefferson"), 'Jane Alexander (I)' (qv) (as "Eleanor Bachman"), Thomas Anderson (as "Negro Man/Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation/Mourner/Contributor"), Thomas Barbour (as "Sir William Griswold/Man at Fight/Civic Marcher/Fight Fan"), Verona Barnes (as "Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation/Mourner/Contributor"), Don Blakely (as "An African Student/Jack's Friend/Mourner/Contributor"), Dave Brown (as "Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation/ Mourner/Contributor"), Burke Byrnes (as "1st Man on Ladder/Reporter/Crap Player/Policeman/Deputy/German Officer"), David Connell (as "Barker/Pailman/Mourner"), Lawrence Cook (as "Ensemble"), Sheila Coonan (as "Mrs. Kimball/Civic Marcher/Civic Leader"), 'Lance Cunard' (qv) (as "Porter/Trainer/Handler/Civic Marcher/Civic Leader/Fight Fan") [final Broadway role], George Curley (as "Weigher-in/Mr. Farlow/Photographer/Civic Marcher/Stage Hand'Fight Fan"), Jon Cypher (as "Mr. Cameron, the D.A./Klossowski/Man at Fight/Fight Fan"), George Ebeling (as "Fred"), 'Marshall Efron' (qv) (as "Ragosy/Man at Fight/Civic Marcher/Fight Fan"), 'Hector Elizondo (I)' (qv) (as "French Handler/Blackface/El Jefe/Trainer/Deputy"), Luis Espinosa (as "Cuban Boy/Jack's Friend/Mourner"), 'Antonio Fargas' (qv) (as "Scipio"), Joanna Featherstone (as "Jack's Friend/ Member of The Congregation/Mourner/Contributor"), Edd K. Gasper (as "Government Agent/Ranger/Civic Marcher/Deputy/German Officer"), Lou Gilbert (as "Goldie"), Donald Girard (as "Paco"), Ruth Gregory (as "Mrs. Bachman"), 'Joe Hamer' (qv) (as "Bettor/Ensemble Mr. M. Bratby"), George Harris II (as "Tout/Waiter/Policeman/Reporter/ Mexican/Fight Fan"), Hilda Haynes (as "Mrs. Jefferson"), Bob Horen (as "Official/Promoter/Reporter/Civic Marcher/Civic Leader/Mexican/Pinkerton Man"), L. Errol Jaye (as "Pastor"), Woodie King (as "Young Negro/Drummer"), 'Ed Lauter' (qv) (as "Photographer/Crap Player/Policeman/Stage Hand/Pinkerton Man"), Jerry Laws (as "Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation/Mourner/Contributor"), Philip Lindsay (as "Negro Man/Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation/Mourner/Contributor"), Peter Masterson (as "Smitty"), George Mathews (as "Cap'n Dan"), Edward McNally (as "Roller/ Detective/Ensemble"), Lou Meyer (as "Juggler/Man at Fight/Civic Marcher/Fight Fan"), Clark Morgan (as "A Distinguished Negro/Ensemble"), Terrence O'Connor (as "Civic Marcher/Civic Leader"), Jimmy Pelham (as "Tick"), Garwood Perkins (as "Deacon/Jack's Friend/Mourner/Contributor"), Terrance Phillips (as "Boy/ Ensemble"), Richard Pittman (as "Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation Mourner/Contributor"), Dan Priest (as "Colonel Cox/2nd Man on Ladder/Civic Marcher/Deputy"), Michael Prince (as "Mr. Donnelly/Crap Player/Reporter"), 'Brooks Rogers' (qv) (as "Mr. Dixon"), Gil Rogers (as "Brady/Inspector Wainwright/German Officer/Fight Fan"), Danette Small (as "Civic Marcher/Member of The Congregation/Mourner/Contributor"), Yvonne Southerland (as "Signature Recorder/Jack's Friend/Member of The Congregation/Mourner"), Dolores St. Amand (as "Ensemble"), Larry Swanson (as "Mr. Eubanks/Handler/Civic Marcher/Civic Leader/Photographer/Reporter"), Judy Thames (as "Ensemble"), Christine Thomas (as "Civic Marcher/Civic Leader"), David Thomas (as "Mr. Treacher/Ensemble"), 'Glory Van Scott' (qv) (as "Jack's Friend/Mourner/Contributor"), Sean J. Walsh (as "The Kid/Ranger/Civic Marcher/Deputy/Photographer"), 'Marlene Warfield' (qv) (as "Clara"), 'Mel Winkler' (qv) (as "Rudy/Jack's Friend/Contributor"), Eugene R. Wood (as "Pop Weaver/Man at Fight"), 'Max Wright (I)' (qv) (as "Mr. Coates/Reporter/German Officer"). Replacement actors included: 'Ned Beatty' (qv) (as "Deputy/Detective/Fight Fan/Roller") [Broadway debut], 'Martin Wolfson' (qv) (as "Goldie") [8 Sep 1969 - ?/final Broadway role]. Produced by Herman Levin.

-   (March 2012) Appearing on Broadway in 'Gore Vidal' (qv)'s "The Best Man" portraying the character of "President Art Hockstader," alongside 'Eric McCormack' (qv) who is playing "Senator Joseph Cantwell," 'John Larroquette' (qv) who is playing "Secretary of State William Russell," 'Candice Bergen' (qv) who is playing "Alice Russell," and 'Angela Lansbury' (qv) who is playing "Sue Ellen Gamadge."


-   "James Earl Jones: Voices and Silences", by James Earl Jones and Penelope Niven


-   [from "James Earl Jones: Voices and Silences" page 360]: My voice is for hire. My endorsement is not for hire. I will do a voice-over, but I cannot endorse without making a different kind of commitment. My politics are very personal and subjective.

-   If you take a villain like Thulsa Doom or Darth Vader and have fun with it, that destroys the credibility of the character.

-   When I read that part in the script where it said, "Luke, I am your father", I thought, "He's lying. I have to see how they carry this lie out".

-   [on the Iraq war]: All people have to be prepared. If we are going to be the police, we also have to be the guardians. We can no longer play games. I was not against the war in Bosnia. I was against it taking so long. I was not against the war in Somalia. Again, it took too long, and we didn't finish the job. We should've stayed and finished the job. About this pending war, I just think we should've finished that war the first time.

-   [on the terrible stutter he suffered from as a young man]: One of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can't utter.

-   The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose.

-   I have to look for film or TV work. If the great roles aren't around -- and they usually aren't -- then I try to pick projects which will at least take me to interesting locations. To the best of my abilities, I give them Academy Award caliber performances. I can't put down any jobs that help me pay my bills. The problem is most of the movies and TV shows I've been in haven't given me much to do or say.

-   [on being the recipient of a lifetime achievement Oscar] If an actor's nightmare is being onstage buck naked and not knowing his lines, what the heck do you call this?


-   (October 2003) Lives in Millbrook, New York.

-   (September 2006) Lives in Pawling, New York.

-   (December 2009) In London, playing "Big Daddy" in 'Tennessee Williams' (qv)' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" at the Novello Theatre.

-   (November 2011) In London, playing "Hoke Colburn" in "Driving Miss Daisy" at the Wyndham Theatre.


-   _Star Wars (1977)_ (qv) -> $9,000

-   _Coming to America (1988)_ (qv) -> $900,000


-   "Screen Actor Guild Magazine" (USA), 2009, pg. 16-18, "Q & A with James Earl Jones"

-   "Movieline" (USA), May 1999, Vol. X, Iss. 8, pg. 54-59, by: Lawrence Grobel, "The Man Behind The Voice"

-   "Starlog" (USA), March 1988, Vol. 11, Iss. 128, pg. 44-47,+71, by: Steve Swires, "James Earl Jones: Darth Vaders' Voice Speaks"


-   "Screen Actor (SAG Magazine)" (USA), 2009, pg. 14-15, "A Profound Career: Inimitable Actor James Earl Jones Earns SAG Life Achievement Award"

-   "TV Guia" (Portugal), 1997, Iss. 940, pg. 86-87

-   "Inside Sports" (USA), June 1991, Vol. 13, Iss. 6, pg. 100, by: James Earl Jones, "The Fan (Guest Columnist)"


-   "Screen Actors Guild Magazine" (USA), 2009, Iss. Special Issue

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  133. "Recess" (1997) {Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave: Part 2 (#2.18)}
  134. "The Simpsons" (1989) {Das Bus (#9.14)}
  135. "An American Moment" (1997)
  136. Alone (1997) (TV)
  137. Casper: A Spirited Beginning (1997) (V)
  138. Gang Related (1997)
  139. Monopoly Star Wars (1997) (VG)
  140. Sports on the Silver Screen (1997) (TV)
  141. The 23rd Annual People's Choice Awards (1997) (TV)
  142. The Second Civil War (1997) (TV)
  143. What the Deaf Man Heard (1997) (TV)
  144. "Frasier" (1993) {Roz's Krantz & Gouldenstein Are Dead (#4.15)}
  145. "Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993) {Blood Ties: Part 1 (#6.1)}
  146. "Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993) {Blood Ties: Part 2 (#6.2)}
  147. "Homicide: Life on the Street" (1993) {Blood Ties: Part 3 (#6.3)}
  148. "Mad About You" (1992) {Chicken Man (#5.10)}
  149. "Stargate SG-1" (1997) {Thor's Hammer (#1.9)}
  150. "Touched by an Angel" (1994) {Clipped Wings (#3.19)}
  151. 1996 Essence Awards (1996) (TV)
  152. 2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (1996) (TV)
  153. A Family Thing (1996)
  154. Corwin (1996) (TV)
  155. Good Luck (1996)
  156. Looking for Richard (1996)
  157. Rebound: The Legend of Earl 'The Goat' Manigault (1996) (TV)
  158. The 50th Annual Tony Awards (1996) (TV)
  159. Timepiece (1996) (TV)
  160. "3rd Rock from the Sun" (1996) {Post-Nasal Dick (#1.2)}
  161. "3rd Rock from the Sun" (1996) {See Dick Run (#1.20)}
  162. "Howard Stern" (1994) {(1996-07-01)}
  163. 1st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (1995) (TV)
  164. Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable (1995)
  165. Cry, the Beloved Country (1995)
  166. Jefferson in Paris (1995)
  167. Judge Dredd (1995)
  168. People: A Musical Celebration (1995) (TV)
  169. Signs and Wonders (1995) (TV)
  170. The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies (1995) (TV)
  171. The Making of 'Jurassic Park' (1995) (V)
  172. "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child" (1995) {The Valiant Little Tailor (#1.9)}
  173. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(1995-12-13)}
  174. "Under One Roof" (1995) {Daddy's Girl (#1.2)}
  175. "Under One Roof" (1995) {Pilot (#1.3)}
  176. "Under One Roof" (1995) {Ronnie's Got a Gun (#1.6)}
  177. "Under One Roof" (1995) {Rooms (#1.1)}
  178. "Under One Roof" (1995) {Secrets (#1.5)}
  179. "Under One Roof" (1995) {Sophisticated Lady... Not! (#1.4)}
  180. Africa: The Serengeti (1994)
  181. Animated StoryBook: The Lion King (1994) (VG)
  182. Bah, Humbug!: The Story of Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' (1994) (TV)
  183. Clean Slate (1994)
  184. Clear and Present Danger (1994)
  185. Confessions: Two Faces of Evil (1994) (TV)
  186. Countdown to Freedom: 10 Days That Changed South Africa (1994)
  187. Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994)
  188. Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '94 (1994) (TV)
  189. The Lion King (1994)
  190. The Lion King: A Musical Journey with Elton John (1994) (TV)
  191. The Making of 'The Lion King' (1994) (TV)
  192. The Spirit Hunters (1994) (V)
  193. The Vernon Johns Story (1994) (TV)
  194. Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics (1994) (TV)
  195. Under a Killing Moon (1994) (VG)
  196. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1994-01-05)}
  197. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The House of Luthor (#1.21)}
  198. "Picket Fences" (1992) {System Down (#2.18)}
  199. "The Simpsons" (1989) {Treehouse of Horror V (#6.6)}
  200. "Troldspejlet" (1989) {Troldspejlet special: Løvernes konge}
  201. An American Reunion: The People's Inaugural Celebration (1993) (TV)
  202. Comic Relief: Baseball Relief '93 (1993) (TV)
  203. Dangerous: The Short Films (1993) (V)
  204. Dreamrider (1993)
  205. Excessive Force (1993)
  206. Information Democracy (1993) (TV)
  207. Percy & Thunder (1993) (TV)
  208. Sommersby (1993)
  209. The 47th Annual Tony Awards (1993) (TV)
  210. The Meteor Man (1993)
  211. The Sandlot (1993)
  212. "ABC Weekend Specials" (1977) {The Parsley Garden (#13.2)}
  213. "American Playhouse" (1981) {Hallelujah}
  214. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1993-10-13)}
  215. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1993-10-29)}
  216. "Law & Order" (1990) {Profile (#4.4)}
  217. "World of Discovery" (1990) {Wildebeest: Race for Life}
  218. Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992) (TV)
  219. Freddie as F.R.O.7. (1992)
  220. Lincoln (1992) (TV)
  221. Muhammad Ali's 50th Birthday Celebration (1992) (TV)
  222. Patriot Games (1992)
  223. Ramayana: The Legend of Prince Rama (1992)
  224. Sneakers (1992)
  225. The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1992) (TV)
  226. The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1992) (TV)
  227. The American Film Institute Salute to Sidney Poitier (1992) (TV)
  228. The JFK Conspiracy (1992) (TV)
  229. The Magic of David Copperfield XIV: Flying - Live the Dream (1992) (TV)
  230. The Second Coming (1992)
  231. The Secret World of Spying (1992) (TV)
  232. "Garfield and Friends" (1988) {Ghost of a Chance/Roy Gets Sacked/Revenge of the Living Lunch (#5.15)}
  233. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {The Ex Spots the Mark (#1.12)}
  234. "Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories" (1992) {Blumpoe the Grumpoe Meets Arnold the Cat/Millions of Cats (#1.6)}
  235. "Square One TV" (1987) {(#5.19)}
  236. Convicts (1991)
  237. Great Lakes, Bitter Legacy (1991) (TV)
  238. Scorchers (1991)
  239. The 12th Annual CableACE Awards (1991) (TV)
  240. The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1991) (TV)
  241. The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1991) (TV)
  242. True Identity (1991)
  243. When It Was a Game (1991) (TV)
  244. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {A Prayer for the Goldsteins (#1.18)}
  245. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Belly of the Beast (#1.22)}
  246. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Birds Gotta Fly (#1.21)}
  247. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Finger on the Trigger (#1.16)}
  248. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {First Date (#1.14)}
  249. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Kelly Green (#1.20)}
  250. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {One Flew Over the Bird's Nest (#1.19)}
  251. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Postcards from the Faultline (#1.17)}
  252. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {The Great Waldo (#1.13)}
  253. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Truth and Consequences (#1.15)}
  254. "Mathnet" (1987) {Despair in Monterey Bay (#4.2)}
  255. "One on One with John Tesh" (1991) {(#1.32)}
  256. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Double Indemnity (#1.6)}
  257. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Fire and Ice (#1.1)}
  258. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Ho! Ho! Hold Up! (#1.11)}
  259. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {It's the Pictures That Got Small (#1.4)}
  260. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {May the Best Man Win (#1.9)}
  261. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Murder Most Perfect (#1.7)}
  262. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Once a kid (#1.8)}
  263. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Rookie Mistake (#1.2)}
  264. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Scarlet Biretta (#1.10)}
  265. "Pros and Cons" (1991) {Stand Up (#1.5)}
  266. "Reflections on the Silver Screen" (1990) {James Earl Jones}
  267. "Square One TV" (1987) {(#4.6)}
  268. "The Chuck Woolery Show" (1991) {(#1.19)}
  269. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1991-04-23)}
  270. A World Alive (1990)
  271. By Dawn's Early Light (1990) (TV)
  272. Grim Prairie Tales: Hit the Trail... to Terror (1990)
  273. Heat Wave (1990) (TV)
  274. Ivory Hunters (1990) (TV)
  275. Last Flight Out (1990) (TV)
  276. Teach 109 (1990) (TV)
  277. The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1990) (TV)
  278. The 44th Annual Tony Awards (1990) (TV)
  279. The 47th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1990) (TV)
  280. The Ambulance (1990)
  281. The Hunt for Red October (1990)
  282. "Ebony/Jet Showcase" (1982) {(1990-10-03)}
  283. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Gabriel's Fire (#1.1)}
  284. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {I'm Nobody (#1.8)}
  285. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Judgements (#1.11)}
  286. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Louis' Date (#1.4)}
  287. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Money Walks (#1.6)}
  288. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {The Descent (#1.5)}
  289. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {The Neighborhood (#1.7)}
  290. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {The Wind Rancher (#1.9)}
  291. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Tis the Season (#1.12)}
  292. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {To Catch a Con: Part 1 (#1.2)}
  293. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {To Catch a Con: Part 2 (#1.3)}
  294. "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) {Windows (#1.10)}
  295. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(1990-01-29)}
  296. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(1990-06-04)}
  297. "Square One TV" (1987) {(#3.1)}
  298. "The Arsenio Hall Show" (1989) {(1990-01-10)}
  299. "The Simpsons" (1989) {Treehouse of Horror (#2.3)}
  300. "Long Ago and Far Away" (1989)
  301. 11-22-63: The Day the Nation Cried (1989) (TV)
  302. 21st NAACP Image Awards (1989) (TV)
  303. Best of the Best (1989)
  304. Field of Dreams (1989)
  305. Noah's Ark (1989) (V)
  306. The 43rd Annual Tony Awards (1989) (TV)
  307. The Hunting of the Snark (1989)
  308. Three Fugitives (1989)
  309. "American Playwrights Theater: The One-Acts" (1989) {Third and Oak: The Pool Hall (#1.1)}
  310. "L.A. Law" (1986) {Victor/Victorious (#3.9)}
  311. "Saturday Night with Connie Chung" (1989) {God's Bad Boy (#1.1)}
  312. "The Arsenio Hall Show" (1989) {(#1.77)}
  313. "Today" (1952) {(1989-04-21)}
  314. America's All-Time Favorite Movies (1988) (TV)
  315. Coming to America (1988)
  316. Michael Jackson: The Legend Continues (1988) (V)
  317. Terrorgram (1988)
  318. "L.A. Law" (1986) {Chariots of Meyer (#2.20)}
  319. "Mathnet" (1987) {The Case of the Deceptive Data (#2.3)}
  320. "Mathnet" (1987) {The Case of the Missing Air (#2.5)}
  321. Gardens of Stone (1987)
  322. Matewan (1987)
  323. Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (1987)
  324. The 41st Annual Tony Awards (1987) (TV)
  325. "CBS Schoolbreak Special" (1984) {Soldier Boys (#5.1)}
  326. "Ebony/Jet Showcase" (1982) {(1987-10-02)}
  327. "Highway to Heaven" (1984) {A Song of Songs (#3.16)}
  328. "Mathnet" (1987) {The Problem of the Passing Parade (#1.3)}
  329. "Mathnet" (1987) {The Trial of George Frankly (#1.4)}
  330. "Square One TV" (1987) {(#1.20)}
  331. Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1986)
  332. Moses (1986) (V)
  333. My Little Girl (1986)
  334. Soul Man (1986)
  335. The Lone Star Kid (1986) (TV)
  336. "Faerie Tale Theatre" (1982) {Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp (#5.1)}
  337. "The Atlanta Child Murders" (1985)
  338. Night of 100 Stars II (1985) (TV)
  339. "Me and Mom" (1985) {(#1.4)}
  340. "Me and Mom" (1985) {(#1.6)}
  341. "Me and Mom" (1985) {A Flawed Affair (#1.2)}
  342. "Me and Mom" (1985) {Davie (#1.3)}
  343. "Me and Mom" (1985) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  344. "Me and Mom" (1985) {The Murder Game (#1.5)}
  345. Allen Boesak: Choosing for Justice (1984)
  346. City Limits (1984)
  347. The Lions of Etosha: King of the Beasts (1984) (TV)
  348. The Vegas Strip War (1984) (TV)
  349. Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears (1984)
  350. Grand Central (1983) (TV)
  351. Star Wars (1983) (VG)
  352. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)
  353. "Reading Rainbow" (1983) {Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain (#1.4)}
  354. "Freedom to Speak" (1982)
  355. Blood Tide (1982)
  356. Conan the Barbarian (1982)
  357. Night of 100 Stars (1982) (TV)
  358. The Flight of Dragons (1982)
  359. "ABC Afterschool Specials" (1972) {Amy & the Angel (#11.1)}
  360. Beauty and the Beast (1981)
  361. God's Trombones: A Trilogy of African-American Poems (1981) (TV)
  362. The Bushido Blade (1981)
  363. The Creation (1981)
  364. "CBS Library" (1979) {Misunderstood Monsters}
  365. Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (1980) (TV)
  366. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
  367. The 34th Annual Tony Awards (1980) (TV)
  368. The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story (1980) (TV)
  369. The Me Nobody Knows (1980) (TV)
  370. "Paris" (1979) {America the Beautiful (#1.13)}
  371. "Paris" (1979) {Fitz's Boys (#1.11)}
  372. "Paris" (1979) {Pay the Two Bucks (#1.12)}
  373. "Paris" (1979) {The Ghost Maker (#1.10)}
  374. "Paris" (1979) {The Price Is Right (#1.9)}
  375. A Walking Tour of Sesame Street (1979) (TV)
  376. Paul Robeson (1979) (TV)
  377. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (1979) (TV)
  378. "Paris" (1979) {Burnout (#1.7)}
  379. "Paris" (1979) {Dead Men Don't Kill (#1.6)}
  380. "Paris" (1979) {Dear John (#1.2)}
  381. "Paris" (1979) {Decisions (#1.8)}
  382. "Paris" (1979) {Friends and Enemies (#1.4)}
  383. "Paris" (1979) {Once More for Free (#1.5)}
  384. "Paris" (1979) {Paris (Pilot) (#1.1)}
  385. "Paris" (1979) {Pawn (#1.3)}
  386. "Roots: The Next Generations" (1979) {(#1.7)}
  387. Black Theatre: The Making of a Movement (1978)
  388. The 1st Annual Black Achievement Awards (1978) (TV)
  389. The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978) (TV)
  390. "Good Morning America" (1975) {(1978-01-17)}
  391. A Piece of the Action (1977)
  392. Circus of the Stars #2 (1977) (TV)
  393. Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)
  394. Star Wars (1977)
  395. The Greatest (1977)
  396. The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened (1977) (TV)
  397. The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977)
  398. The Making of 'Star Wars' (1977) (TV)
  399. "Jesus of Nazareth" (1977) {Part 1 (#1.1)}
  400. "Roots" (1977) {(#1.12)}
  401. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1977-10-17)}
  402. "Vegetable Soup" (1976)
  403. A Pirate Ship Sails Again! The Making of Swashbuckler (1976)
  404. America at the Movies (1976)
  405. Swashbuckler (1976)
  406. The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings (1976)
  407. The River Niger (1976)
  408. Deadly Hero (1975)
  409. The UFO Incident (1975) (TV)
  410. Claudine (1974)
  411. The Cay (1974) (TV)
  412. "Great Performances" (1970) {King Lear}
  413. "Black Omnibus" (1973) {(#1.1)}
  414. "Black Omnibus" (1973) {(#1.12)}
  415. "Black Omnibus" (1973) {(#1.2)}
  416. "Black Omnibus" (1973) {(#1.3)}
  417. "Black Omnibus" (1973) {(#1.5)}
  418. Malcolm X (1972)
  419. The Man (1972)
  420. The 43rd Annual Academy Awards (1971) (TV)
  421. "Film Night" (1970) {The Black Man in the Cinema}
  422. "Sesame Street" (1969) {(#2.49)}
  423. "Sesame Street" (1969) {(#2.97)}
  424. End of the Road (1970)
  425. King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis (1970)
  426. The 42nd Annual Academy Awards (1970) (TV)
  427. The Great White Hope (1970)
  428. "NBC Children's Theatre" (1963) {Looking Through Super Plastic Elastic Goggles at Color}
  429. "Sesame Street" (1969) {(#1.83)}
  430. "Soul!" (1968) {(1970-02-05)}
  431. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#2.213)}
  432. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#3.58)}
  433. The 23rd Annual Tony Awards (1969) (TV)
  434. "N.Y.P.D." (1967) {Candy Man: Part 1 (#2.17)}
  435. "N.Y.P.D." (1967) {Candy Man: Part 2 (#2.18)}
  436. "Sesame Street" (1969) {(#1.2)}
  437. "Sesame Street" (1969) {(#1.5)}
  438. "Sesame Street" (1969) {Pilot (#1.0)}
  439. "The Joan Rivers Show" (1968) {(1969-04-01)}
  440. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#22.17)}
  441. "Tarzan" (1966) {The Convert (#2.15)}
  442. The Comedians (1967)
  443. The Comedians in Africa (1967)
  444. "Tarzan" (1966) {To Steal the Rising Sun (#1.24)}
  445. "Dr. Kildare" (1961) {A Cry from the Street (#5.38)}
  446. "Dr. Kildare" (1961) {Adrift in a Sea of Confusion (#5.40)}
  447. "Dr. Kildare" (1961) {Gratitude Won't Pay the Bills (#5.39)}
  448. "Dr. Kildare" (1961) {These Hands That Heal (#5.41)}
  449. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
  450. "Channing" (1963) {Freedom Is a Lovesome Thing God Wot (#1.21)}
  451. "The Defenders" (1961) {The Non-Violent (#3.33)}
  452. "Look Up and Live" (1954) {Room for Death}
  453. "Monitor" (1958) {Stratford-On-The-Subway}
  454. "The Defenders" (1961) {Along Came a Spider (#1.31)}
  455. "As the World Turns" (1956)
  456. "The Guiding Light" (1952)

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