0:00 David Jansen says mystery shows are going as strong as they did during the 50s.
1:11 Clip from “Naked City”. Young rookie cop on the force, etc.
2:08 Clip from “The Detectives.” A murder.
2:42 Clip from “The Untouchables.” Come out/shoot out.
3:22 Jansen talks about private eyes.
3:48 Clip from “Peter Gunn.” Private eye in a bar, roof chase.
5:10 Clip from “Richard Diamond”. Woman pulls gun on Diamond, he ducks behind a painting and gets her. Diamond flirts with his secretary, Mary Tyler Moore.
6:04 Jansen talks about Mary Tyler Moore’s legs, introduces “Perry Mason.”
6:29 Clip from “Perry Mason.” Mason cross-examines girl, accuses her, accuses man in crowd who committed murder.
8:10 Jansen talks about Mancini and Hallmark TV movie.
8:35 Clip from Hallmark special featuring young Robert Redford.
9:18 Mary Martin talks about playhouse shows.
10:50 Jack Palance and Ed Wynn in a clip from “Requiem for a Heavyweight” by Rod Serling. Boxer hits his manager after manager bets against him; heartfelt scene.
13:45 Mary Martin goes on and on about the fabulous 50s, playhouse shows, etc.
14:00 Frank Sinatra as stage manager in “Our Town.” Sings “Our Town” song.
14:48 Eva Marie Saint and Paul Newman as young lovers in “Our Town.”
15:30 Sinatra sings “Love and Marriage,” apparently somewhere in some musical version of “Our Town.”
15:55 Mary Martin talks about TV bringing musicals into living rooms, and introduces a Rosalind Russell clip.
16:30 Rosalind Russell musical clip. Russell dances with foreign men in US Navy uniforms in Brooklyn stockyards. “What do you think about the USA?”
19:04 Martin introduces clip of Fred Astaire and Mary Chase.
19:20 Astaire dances with Mary Chase in emmy-award winning performance.
21:10 Martin introduces clip of Louis Armstrong performing “On the Sunny Side of the Street.” (Some tracking problems).
22:52 Martin talks about her own performance in “Peter Pan.”
23:28 Martin in “Peter Pan.” Martin and kids perform “I’m Flying.”
25:30 Martin signs off and end credits.
26:14 Various old stars saying goodnight over credits.