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Interviews with MGM stars; clips of MGM movies.

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Clips from "Forbidden Planet"; host Walter Pidgeon.
aired 34 days ago
Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney, "Strike Up the Band"; John Gilbert and Renee Adoree, "The Big Parade."
aired 49 days ago
Clip from "The Firefly"; Dan Dailey; Mitsuko Sawamura; host George Murphy.
aired 146 days ago
Dore Schary; Richard Brooks; host George Murphy.
aired 178 days ago
Nelson Eddy; Jeanette MacDonald; Lucille Ball; Desi Arnaz; host George Murphy.
aired 211 days ago
Wallace Beery; Jackie Cooper; Russ Tamblyn; host George Murphy.
aired 233 days ago
Esther Williams ("Ziegfeld Follies"); Donna Reed ("Ransom"); host George Murphy.
aired 291 days ago
Fred Astaire; Gene Kelly; host George Murphy.
aired 331 days ago
Greta Garbo; John Barrymore; Roger Moore; host George Murphy.
aired 365 days ago
Cyd Charisse; Ann Miller; host George Murphy.
aired 386 days ago
Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald ("Maytime"); a clip from "I'll Cry Tomorrow"; host George Murphy.
aired 416 days ago
Pete Smith; Susan Hayward; host George Murphy.
aired 476 days ago
Clip of Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in "For Me and My Gal"; host George Murphy.
aired 511 days ago
Victor Moore; Edward Arnold; host George Murphy.
aired 547 days ago
Ray Bolger; Debbie Reynolds; host George Murphy.
aired 600 days ago
Greta Garbo; Grace Kelly; Debbie Reynolds; host George Murphy.
aired 659 days ago
Robert Benchley; Tony Martin; host George Murphy.
aired 691 days ago
Tour of Lake Metro; film clips featuring June Allyson and Peter Lawford.
aired 719 days ago
Film clips of "A Free Soul" with Clark Cable and " Trial.".
aired 755 days ago
Gene Kelly; Little Leo; host George Murphy.
aired 780 days ago
MGM history; Cyd Charisse; host George Murphy.

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