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Thu Oct 16 17:57:18 2014 UTClccn-n800646180.06Yeh-Shen a Cinderella story from China /0.320.97Annual report to the shareholders of CBS Inc295601618n 80064618446215containsVIAFID/141895272Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.lccn-n50020488Westmoreland, William C.(William Childs)1914-2005lccn-n79109028Cronkite, Walternrtlccn-no2005068937Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm)lccn-no98095932Fraser, Brendan1968-actlccn-no2006052478Vaughan, Tom1969-drtlccn-no99006947Russell, Keri1976-actlccn-n2007074066Double Feature Filmslccn-no97058307Bauchau, Patrickactlccn-n86025736Clennon, Davidactlccn-no96014543Stone, Dee Wallace1948-actCBS IncDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsCriticism, interpretation, etcTelevision comediesJuvenile worksTelevision programsHistoryPoetryPersonal narratives‡vAmericanCBS IncUnited StatesWestmoreland, William C.--(William Childs),Television broadcasting of newsFathers and sonsNew York (State)--New YorkTrials (Libel)Miller, Arthur,Vietnam WarSales personnelDrug developmentBusiness failuresBroadcastersMilitary intelligenceTraveling sales personnelSuicideDepressed personsSharon, ArielTime, incPaley, William S.--(William Samuel),BroadcastingJournalistic ethicsCBS Television NetworkChristmas storiesAmerican dramaWorld WarFathers and daughtersChristmas treesWidowersSanta ClausSnowmenBusinesspeopleSound recording executives and producersYetnikoff, Walter,Television playsLiteratureDeath of a salesman (Miller, Arthur)Carol Burnett showKorean War (1950-1953)Mobile hospitalsKoreaChristmasMilitary hospitals, AmericanCronkite, WalterExecutivesSalant, Richard S.,Press and politicsPress--InfluenceRadio journalismCBS News19361938193919411942194519461947194819501952195319541957195819601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141859510601204791.4372PN1997.2ocn054894496ocn084525519ocn054894491ocn079419516ocn86471419714603ocn525349060visu20100.16Anand, GeetaExtraordinary measuresFictionDramaFilm adaptationsOn the fast track and ready to taste the success of corporate America, John Crowley walks away from it all in hopes of finding a cure for two of his fatally ill children. With his wife Aileen by his side, he teams up with brilliant but unconventional scientist Dr. Robert Stonehill, and together they form a company to develop a life-saving drug. But just when it appears that a solution may be found, the relationship between the men is tested and the fate of John's children is at stake+-+80124408963243851ocn173520444visu20070.07The original Christmas classicsJuvenile worksFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsPresents seven animated Christmas tales, as they originally aired on network television. Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer: A misfit reindeer and his friends look for a place that will accept them. Cricket on the hearth: tells the story of a poor toymaker and his daughter whom a helpful Cricket named Crocket befriends on Christmas morning. When tragedy strikes the family, it's Crocket who comes to the rescue and restores peace and happiness. Frosty the snowman: A living snowman and a little girl struggle to elude a greedy magician who is after the snowman's magic hat. Frosty returns: The continuing exploits of the famous snowman as he goes up against a more powerful force which threatens all of Christmas. Santa Claus is comin' to town: A mailman reveals the origin of Santa Claus. The little drummer boy: An orphan drummer boy who hated humanity finds his life changed forever when he meets three wise men on route to Bethlehem. Mr. Magoo's Christmas carol: The nearsighted Mr. Magoo doesn't have a ghost of a chance as Ebenezer Scrooge, unless he learns the true meaning of Christmas from the three spirits who haunt him one Christmas Eve3182ocn029390942book19940.74Murray, Michael DThe political performers : CBS broadcasts in the public interest+-+75499402753243102ocn002143609book19420.59Van Doren, MarkThe new Invitation to learningCriticism, interpretation, etc2802ocn663906058visu20100.14CSI MiamiFictionDramaHoratio Caine and his state-of-the-art forensics team investigate Miami crimes using cold hard facts2751ocn059717354visu20050.14Touched by an angelDramaThe landmark show that brought a message of hope and faith to millions of viewers across the globe, returns for a second season with 22 episodes that will warm the hearts of your entire family+-+34835206962561ocn028909006visu19910.10The house without a Christmas treeDramaSet in Nebraska during 1946. Ten-year-old Addie Mills wants a Christmas tree for the holidays but her father, an embittered widower, absolutely refuses until he is touched by an act of generosity which teaches him an important lesson about the spirit of Christmas2413ocn051884606visu20010.15The Carol Burnett Show show stoppersExcerptsTelevision comediesOutrageous, exclusive outtakes, vintage clips of sketches from the original show and a musical tribute to costume designer Bob Mackie1911ocn038267139visu19970.16Walter Cronkite remembers the 20th century television, politics & JFKHistoryJoin Walter Cronkite in remembering the Camelot years, see the way television changed our lives and changed the presidency, relive the optimism of the era as the young First Family brings a new style to the White House, and the tragedy as the 35th president is cut down in his prime1871ocn040133493visu19970.16Walter Cronkite remembers the 20th century World War IIJoin Walter Cronkite in remembering the world at war, he was there, in uniform of a civilian war correspondent for the United Press, following the course of the war1811ocn026539434visu19920.06Yeh-Shen a Cinderella story from ChinaThis version of the Cinderella story, in which a young girl overcomes the wickedness of her stepsister and stepmother to become the bride of a prince, is based on ancient Chinese manuscripts written 1000 years before the earliest European version1743ocn001304120book19450.56Carmer, CarlTaps is not enoughPoetryDrama1731ocn123485309visu20070.14The king of QueensDramaDoug is the king, but his wife Carrie really rules the roost. Doug is the ultimate guy's guy from Queens, New York. A blue-collar husband who loves his wife so much he is willing to sacrifice his rec room so her father, Arthur, and sister can move in, a decision he's been regretting ever since. Doug's free time is split between quality time with his wife and play time with his buddies. This king proves that you don't have to have a huge castle to live like royalty+-+86180397961532ocn671492715visu20080.16M*A*S*HDramaAnti-war television programsWar television programsDark comedy television programsTelevision comediesTelevision seriesHistorical television programsMedical television programsTelevision programsKorea, 1950. They were the 4077 MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) unit stationed three miles from the front. Now, as reports that the war is amost over reach the 4077 with increasing frequency, the doctors and nurses begin to tentatively make plans about what they're going to do once they get back home. But until the guns fall silent, everyone must focus on taking care of the incoming wounded whose numbers increase as the fighting intesifies during the last weeks of the war. In the end, even though the canvas tents are torn downand the docs and nurses shipped stateside, one thing will always remain -- the memory of undying laughter and boundless freiendship in a time of war in a land far away from home1414ocn051523109visu20020.24Arthur Miller's Death of a salesmanDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsDeath of a salesman: a social drama about an ageing travelling salesman who recognizes the emptiness of his life and commits suicide1202ocn062174722visu20050.21World War II with Walter CronkitePersonal narratives AmericanWalter Cronkite gives his own fascinating perspective on the war using his experience as a war correspondent in Europe1144ocn014636528visu19850.21Yates, PeterEleniHistoryBiographyDramaFilm and video adaptationsA true story of a mother's love and a son's revenge. Eleni Gatzoyiannis defies the communist uprising and arranges for the escape of her three daughters and son Nicola. Years later her son, Nicholas Gage, a reporter, seeks to find out the truth of his mother's death1112ocn046815870visu20000.63PornographyConsiders the effect of pornography on society and First Amendment protections. Includes segments originally aired on CBS on November 18, 1992, October 8, 1988, and October 17, 19921061ocn019462997visu19890.08Arnold of the DucksMistaken for a fish by a nearsighted pelican and deposited with a family of ducks, young Arnold learns to swim, fly and eat like a duck until his curiosity finally leads him back to his human family1054ocn020337089visu19820.18Invasion, the Allies attackGeneral Eisenhower sets off to boost morale on the front in Normandy13444ocn518441363file19980.39Mickelson, SigThe decade that shaped television news CBS in the 1950sHistoryTelevision news made meteoric progress in the 1950s. It rose from being a plaything for the rich to a major factor in informing the American public, and an aggressive rival to newspapers, radio, and news magazines. This volume is an insider's account of the arduous and frequently critical steps undertaken by inexperienced staffs in the development of television news, documentaries, and sports broadcasts. The author, the first president of CBS News, provides a treasure trove of facts and anecdotes about plotting in the corridors, the ascendancy of stars, and the retirement into oblivion of the+-+521004027532412127ocn014241219book19860.35Adler, RenataReckless disregard : Westmoreland v. CBS et al., Sharon v. TimeTrials, litigation, etc"In the winter of 1984, an extraordinary series of events brought two remarkable libel suits to trial in neighboring courtrooms in Manhattan, and in doing so brought into almost astrological configuration three of America's most powerful establishments; military, legal and journalistic. In both courtrooms, a renowned general was suing a media giant for libel: William Westmoreland contended that he had been libeled in a CBS documentary that claimed he had led a "conspiracy at the highest levels" to conceal crucial estimates about enemy troop strength in Vietnam; and Israel's Ariel Sharon was suing Time for having published a story claiming that Sharon had discussed the need to take "revenge" with Lebanese Christian leaders just before a Phalangist massacre of Palestinians during the Lebanese War. To complete the paralleled, both CBS and Time were defended by the same aggressive New York law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore. With an unmatched eye for the telling or damning detail, and with an unprecedented understanding of the way in which important trials are shaped not simply by what goes on in the courtroom but by the long and opaque process of deposition and discovery before the trial, Adler draws a portrait of lawyers, generals and journalists worthy of Daumier or Dickens."--Jacket9153ocn015283845book19870.27Paper, Lewis JEmpire : William S. Paley and the making of CBSHistoryBiography7962ocn014719592book19870.33Brewin, BobVietnam on trial : Westmoreland vs. CBSTrials, litigation, etc7602ocn018280945book19880.47Benjamin, BurtonFair play : CBS, General Westmoreland, and how a television documentary went wrong6652ocn017483026book19880.29Slater, RobertThis-- is CBS : a chronicle of 60 yearsHistory3362ocn013456149book19860.35Roth, M. PatriciaThe juror and the generalTrials, litigation, etc3333ocn039045190book19990.56Salant, Richard SSalant, CBS, and the battle for the soul of broadcast journalism : the memoirs of Richard S. SalantHistoryBiographySalant's CBS story picks up where Edward R. Murrow's leaves off. During his tenure, Salant confronted issues of enormous importance - Vietnam, the civil rights movement, and Watergate. He launched the first thirty-minute television news broadcast, the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite. He started 60 Minutes, still one of the most admired and successful newsmagazines on television. He created the news analysis slot for Eric Sevareid. He defended the independence of CBS News from internal as well as external pressures. Along the way, he hired Mike Wallace, Roger Mudd, Dan Rather, and Diane Sawyer and fired Howard K. Smith and suspended Daniel Schorr+-+06454886352843ocn017842243book19870.53Hess, DickDorfsman & CBSHistoryBiographyPictorial works2812ocn031376010book19950.39Winans, ChristopherThe king of cash : the inside story of Laurence TischBiography+-+68749062952361ocn038976215book19980.19Chiu, TonyCBS, the first 50 yearsHistory+-+58359902061632ocn010339895book19840.79Benjamin, BurtonThe CBS Benjamin report : CBS reports : "The uncounted enemy, a Vietnam deception" : an examination1266ocn062711887book20040.21Yetnikoff, WalterHowling at the moonBiographyThe CEO and president of CBS Records documents his career from 1975 to 1990, a period of significance for the pop music genre and unprecedented profit for CBS+-+8242664985324591ocn016649247book19870.94Schneir, WalterWestmoreland v. CBS : guide to the microfiche collectionBibliography Microform catalogsSources311ocn010382866book19390.95Bird, Winfred WylamThe educational aims and practices of the National and Columbia broadcasting systems181ocn020284948book19620.92Mickelson, SigThe reminiscences of Sig MickelsonHistory161ocn018558346book19890.27Paper, Lewis JEmpireHistoryBiography151ocn171333495book19970.66Sotheby's (Firm)Important Americana141ocn013388809book19790.95Corwin, NormanNetwork at fiftyPoetry142ocn009163008serial0.97CBS IncAnnual report to the shareholders of CBS IncPeriodicals+-+8012440896324+-+8012440896324Thu Oct 16 15:30:21 EDT 2014batch41837