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1. Dr. Schekter
2. Comment with David Brinkley: Quality Smoke
3. Leave It to Beaver 25th Anniversary Party
4. John McEnroe for Coffee
5. Katharine Hepburn for Twillings Tea
6. The Merv Griffith Show from Mayberry
7. The National Midnight Star
8. Indira, live at the Akron Arena
9. Great White North
10. The Fishin' Musician: The Tubes
11. The Brooke Shields Show
12. Cooking with Edith Prickley
13. Tex and Edna Boil's Prairie Warehouse
14. What's My Shoe Size?
15. Dr. Cheryl Kinsey
16. Perry Como: Still Alive
17. Play It Again, Bob
18. SCTV sign-off with Mel TormeRead More
1. Message From Guy: Arabs
2. Got a Minute? with Sid Dithers
3. High Q
4. The Johnny LaRue Show
5. Point/Counterpoint: Alcoholism
6. My Fair Lady
7. Great White North
8. Long Distance
9. Danny Eubanks - Seminarian/Rookie Cop
10. The Sammy Maudlin Show: On the Waterfront
11. Dr. Chet Vet
12. Graft Cheese
13. Hats of the West
14. Bad Acting in Hollywood
15. Alpha Channel
16. The Irwin Allen Show
17. Tomorrow Today TonightRead More
1. English for Beginners
2. Harry Filth
3. Taxi Driver (Gregory Peck)
4. Lola Heatherton in Concert
5. Sid Dithers - Private Eye
6. Taxi Driver (Woody Allen)
7. Video Piracy (Star Wars)
9. How the Middle East Was Won
10. Taxi Driver (Sid Dithers)
11. Fillips Milk of Amnesia
12. Quincy: Cartoon Coroner
13. The Dick Cavett Show
14. Biller Hi-Lite
15. Harvey K-Tel's Fast-Talking Playhouse
16. Great White North: Star Wars
17. The Young and the Wrestling
18. Death Takes No Holiday
19. Joni Mitchell: For Dogs Only
20. Money Talks: Mr. Douglas
22. Monster Chiller Horror Theatre: Whispers of the WolfRead More
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Cycle 3 brought many changes to the SCTV family, including the arrival of Martin Short, who joined in time for the last three episodes. Joined in this video by Catherine O'Hara, Martin looks back at his early days on the Toronto Mainstage of Second City and his first impressions of joining the SCTV cast.Read More
In the early 1980's That's Life, hosted by Peter Feniack, was a popular Canadian magazine show that covered stories of the day. In this hort video segment the show pays a visit to John Candy and his young family at their home near the town of Newmarket, just north of Toronto. SCTV loomed large in the public mind, and with the smash comedy Stripes under his belt, John was on his way to wide acclaim.Read More
Not only is this 1970 production considered one of the seminal moments in the creation of Canada's film industry, but SCTV's version, Garth And Gord And Fiona And Alice, is considered one of the best parodies in Canadian comedy history. Directed by Don Shebib, this film is the story of two hard-luck Maritimers who, like many before them, head west to "Hogtown" (Toronto) in search of work, women, and a new life. In a wonderful twist, actress Jayne Eastwood appears in both versions and in an added interview with Joe Flaherty.Read More
These educational public service announcements began running on Canadian television in the early 1960's. They were produced by the Canadian Wildlife Service (a division of Environment Canada) to promote knowledge and respect of Canada's vast wilderness. In the process the spots and their haunting theme music (used in the SCTV spoof) have taken on an almost cult-like status in Canada. In 2003 CWS relaunched the program in cooperation with the Canadian Wildlife Federation.
See all the Hinterland Who's Who spots and learn about the Great White North at their Web site: www.hww.caRead More
In October 2004 Joe Flaherty reprised his character Sammy Maudlin for the first time in public since SCTV by joining Toronto's Second City Theatre Company and alumni for a special series of shows. With an additional interview by Joe, these selected sketches prove that the SCTV and Second City connection lives on.Read More
So where did the concept of Fishin' Musician and its host Gil Fisher come from? Before the days of specialty TV networks, about the only good fishing and camping on TV in Canada and the northern U.S. was a little independent show called The Red Fisher Show. Short on polish but long on heart, it ran for 21 years starting in 1968 and followed Red and his celebrity guests as they traveled all over the world in search of adventure. Each episode opened with Red setting up the story and telling a few tales on the studio set porch of what became his famous Scuttlebut Lodge. Red's show was also partially the inspiration for another Canadian hit comedy series, The Red Green Show. For those of you that miss Red's show, here is some great news, at 88 years of age he is still reeling in the big ones.Read More
On March 4, 1997, Robert M. Batscha, then president of the museum, gathered SCTV alumni for an impressive public roundtable discussion. Participating in this unique forum are Rick Moranis, Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Dave Thomas, Joe Flaherty, Andrea Martin, Robin Duke, Martin Short, plus Second City Chicago founder Bernie Sahlins, SCTV Executive Producer Andrew Alexander and a rare appearance by improv directing legend Del Close. This is the first time that this video has been released for public viewing, courtesy of The Museum of Television & Radio.Read More