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181. The greatest speeches of all time by produced exclusively for Sound Works USA, Inc. Publication: Rolling Bay, WA Nostalgia Co. 1998 . 68 mins. Date: 1998 Availability: No items available:

182. The great robot race   Publication: WGBH Education Foundation, 2006 . 56 mins. ; color. , Twenty-three bizarre looking vehicles line up at the starting gate of the DARPA Grand Challenge with one thing in common; there is nobody behind the wheel. Sponsored by the Pentagon's research agency, this race for robotic, driverless vehicles has a $2 million prize. Its ultimate goal is to gather new ideas for the future of ubnmmaned warfare. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available:

183. Saturn's Titan: voyage to the mystery moon   Publication: WGBH Education Foundation, 2006 . 56 mins. ; color. , A billion miles from Earth, Titan is a tantalizing alien world. Could clues to the origins of life or even living microbes be hiddenunder its thick orange clouds? Saturn's largest moon has a soupy atmosphere resembling Earth's billions of years ago, and may help reveal how life got started and whether it exists on other worlds. It took seven yearsfor top US and Europ Date: 2006 Availability: No items available:

184. Toni Morrison: a writer's work   Publication: Princeton, NJ: Films Media Group, 2004 , Toni Morrison exists in two worlds: the visible world, and the world of her novels, whose characters tell about a reality hidden from the eyes of strangers. In her work, Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison has transported millions of readers into the experience of being black in America and confronting the realities of race. In this program with Bill Moyers, Morrison discusses her work, the people in her life, and the power of love. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

185. Jazz icons: Art Blakery & the jazz messengers live in '58   Publication: Reelin's in the Years Productions, 2006 . 55 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers features what many consider to be one of the finest line-ups in the history of jazz—Art Blakey (Drums), Bobby Timmons (Piano), Jymie Merritt (Bass), Benny Golson (Sax) and the legendary trumpet player, Lee Morgan. Lost for nearly 50 years, this historic 55-minute concert, filmed in Belgium in 1958, one month to the day after they recorded their masterpiece Moanin', is the only known visual document of this influential band who were together for only six months. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

186. Jazz icons: Louis Armstrong, live in '59   Publication: Reelin's In the years Productions, 2006 . 55 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Louis Armstrong is one of the only known complete Armstrong concerts from the 1950s to be captured on film. This 55-minute set, filmed in Belgium in 1959, features many of Satchmo’s greatest songs including “Mack The Knife”, “When It’s Sleepy Time Down South” and “Stompin’ At The Savoy,” backed by his stellar band the All-Stars, featuring Trummy Young, Peanuts Hucko, Billy Kyle, Danny Barcelona and Mort Herbert Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

187. Jazz Icons: Quincy Jones live in '60   Publication: Reelin's In the Years Productions, 2006 . 80 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Quincy Jones spotlights a young “Q” conducting his “dream band”—an 18-piece orchestra of world-renowned players such as Clark Terry, Phil Woods, Sahib Shihab, Budd Johnson and Benny Bailey. This 80-minute program, featuring 17 songs, is one of the finest examples of big band jazz ever to be captured on film. Shot in Switzerland and Belgium in 1960, these two concerts are the only known visual documents of this legendary tour—an important lost chapter in an illustrious career which has spanned six decades. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

188. Jazz Icons: Dizzy Gilespie live in '58 & '70   Publication: Reelin's In the Years Productions, 2006 . 85 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Dizzy Gilespie features two historic concerts from one of the founding fathers of bebop. Filmed 12 years apart, the 1958 concert features Dizzy working eloquently within the small combo structure of a quintet including such influential musicians as sax player Sonny Stitt and bassist Ray Brown. The second show focuses on a completely different side of Dizzy, fronting the legendary Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band. With a 16-piece big band to conduct, including two drummers, his Latin influences are revealed on "Con Alma" and "Manteca." Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

189. A flea market documentary.   Publication: Alexandria, Va. PBS Home Video 2006 . 57 min. sd., col. with b&W sequences 4 3/4 in. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available:

190. Jazz Icons: Chet Baker, live in '64 & 79   Publication: Reelin's In the Years Productions, 2006 . 71 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Chet Baker features two concerts by the foremost interpreter of the West Coast school of cool jazz. Filmed in Europe 15 years apart, these two shows seen together provide an overview of Baker’s illustrious career. The first show is a haunting 1964 performance in a Belgian TV studio with a quartet including long-time sidemen saxophonist Jacques Pelzer and French pianist Rene Urtreger. Songs include the Miles Davis classic, “So What,” and the jazz standard “Time After Time” (a very rare rendition featuring Chet’s “Cool” vocal style.) The soulful1979 set from Norway, with a trio featuring vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid, highlights the growth and maturity of this troubled but inspiring artist. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

191. Jazz Icons: Thelonious Monk, live in ' 66   Publication: Reelin's In the Years, 2006 . 62 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Thelonious Monk features two intimate concerts filmed three days apart in Scandanavia in the Spring of 1966 with a legendary quartet that includes drummer Ben Riley, bassist Larry Gales and tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse. Thelonious Monk revolutionized jazz with his innovative musical approach and these remarkable performances allow viewers the rare opportunity to experience Monk’s genius up close on his classic compositions “Blue Monk,” “Epistrophy” and “’Round Midnight.” Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

192. Jazz Icons: Count Basie, live in '62   Publication: Reelin's In the Years Productions, 2006 . 56 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Count Basie features one of the greatest big band orchestras captured at the height of their considerable powers. Billed frequently as the “most explosive force in jazz,” this recently discovered 60-minute concert, taped in Sweden in 1962, highlights the legendary musical talents of this 18-piece band which included such luminaries as Marshal Royal, Freddie Green, Quentin “Butter” Jackson, Frank Wess and sensational drummer Sonny Payne. This is the earliest known complete concert of Count Basie and his orchestra to be released on DVD. Stellar performances include “Corner Pocket,” “Old Man River,” and “One O’Clock Jump.” Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

193. Jazz Icons: Buddy Rich, live in '78   Publication: Reelin's In the Years Productions, 2006 . 75 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Buddy Rich highlights the relentless power and unparalleled artistry of the man who was known as “The World’s Greatest Drummer.” This 75-minute concert, taped in Holland in 1978, showcases one of the tightest big bands in history, featuring acclaimed saxophonist Steve Marcus and other members of Buddy’s “Killer Force,” the group he would later call “the best band I ever had.” Standout performances include “Grand Concourse,” “Big Swing Face,” and “Channel One Suite,” which climaxes in Buddy’s signature drum solo. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

194. Our town by Thornton Wilder by Wilder, Thornton Publication: PBS Home Video 2003 . 120 mins. ; color & b/w. , Veteran actor-director Paul Newman makes his first Broadway appearance in four decades in this sold-out Westport Country Playhouse production of the Thornton Wilder classic. Newman plays the Stage Manager, who narrates the immortal tale of Grover's Corners, U.S.A., and its citizens. The superb cast of Our Town includes Frank Converse, Jane Curtin, Ben Fox, Jayne Atkinson, Stephen Spinella, and Maggie Lacy Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

195. Eroica!: featuring the Eroica Trio and composer Kevin Kaska / directed by Alan Miller; produced by Mary Strauss   Publication: Chicago: Art Access, 2003 . 76 mins. ; color. , Eroica! is an exciting reality-based film about four remarkable young American musicians: the members of the Grammy-award nominated Eroica Trio and talented composer Kevin Kaska. The film shows these musicians individually and collectively, personally and professionally sharing the many emotions of the creative process. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

196. Rx for survival - the heroes   Publication: WGBH Boston Video 2005 . 120 mins. ; color. , RX for survival - the heroes presents the stories of unsung champions who protect people worldwide from the ravages of threatening disease. Using highlights from the acclaimed six-hour Rx for Survival series, this special focuses on the individual heroes whose tireless perseverance saves millions of lives across the globe. From young polio warriors in India to armies of grandmothers in Nepal, Rx for Survival — The Heroes takes viewers inside the stirring campaigns that have brought renewed faith to poor communities from Africa to South America. This unique special is the true story of individuals whose creativity, leadership and determination are finally giving hope to people who have known only poverty and disease, but who can now dream of a safer and healthier future. Date: 2005 Availability: No items available:

197. If you can't beat 'em, blog 'em   Publication: Princeton, NJ: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004 . 23 mins. ; color. , The rise of the blog as a form of serious news reporting means that conventional journalists must become familiar with the blog format and rethink typical journalistic approaches. This ABC News program examines the blogger “community,” reviews major news stories that were broken by bloggers, and demonstrates ways in which blogging differs from traditional reporting methods. Featuring an interview with a Virginia schoolteacher who created a groundswell of political action with her blog, the video shows how the immediacy and the personal style of blog-writing can have powerful results—so powerful that journalistic accountability is now a contentious blog issue. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

198. Jazz Icons: Ella Fitzgerald, live in '57 & '63   Publication: Reelin's in the Years Productions, 2006 . 56 mins. ; color & b/w. , Jazz Icons: Ella Fitzgerald features “The First Lady Of Song” in two distinct performances. The first is the earliest known complete concert of Ella to be captured on film. Shot in Belgium, this 1957 concert has her performing with jazz greats Ray Brown, Herb Ellis, Jo Jones and the legendary Oscar Peterson on classics such as “Lullaby Of Birdland,” and “It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing).” The second show is an intimate in-studio performance from 1963, taped in Sweden, featuring Ella backed by a quartet including pianist Tommy Flanagan. Highlights include stellar versions of “Mack The Knife” and “Just One Of Those Things.” Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: Withdrawn (1),

199. Patriotic music of America   Publication: United States : Documentary Recordings, 2001 . 1 sound disc : , Compact disc. 4 3/4 in. Date: 2001 Availability: No items available:

200. Edens lost & found / Harry Wiland and Dale Bell   Publication: White River Junction, Vt. : Chelsea Green Pub. Co., 2006 . 4 videodiscs (ca. 228 minutes. Library has Chicago and Philadephia) : col. and b&w , Edens Lost & Found highlights practical solutions and models for urban transformation that go beyond pollution prevention to tackle the challenge of improving the quality of life in cities for ourselves and future generations. Focusing on Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Seattle -- four cities that face a range of demographic, economic and environmental challenges -- this special documentary series shows how integrated resource planning combined with local community support have come together with bold strategies offering hope to our great American cities. Many of the problems these cities are confronting pose similar challenges to other metropolitan areas -- of all sizes -- across America. And there is much to be learned from the solutions they are finding. Showcasing strategies that contribute to a sustainable ecosystem -- including open space and public parks, urban forestry, watershed management, public art, waste disposal, recycling, green architecture, environmental justice, neighborhood development, and mass transit alternatives -- Edens Lost & Found presents the integrated "best practices" that are making a significant difference in these four cities. | Edens Lost & Found - Chicago: City of the Big Shoulders - City Hall and grass roots groups in Chicago are working on open space, green buildings and an educated citizenry to create a sustainable city. | Edens Lost & Found - Philadelphia: The Holy Experiment - Faced with severe budget limitations, Philadelphia's rebirth is being brought about by a network of community-based volunteer organizations. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available: