This tape is a compilation of TV shows. The first show is The General Electric Theatre. This episode of G.E. Theatre features a musical performance by Judy Garland. Garland sings seven or eight numbers, but not her trademark "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." This episode is hosted by Ronald Reagan, and the G.E. sponsor breaks, themed "living better...electrically", are presented by Bill Goodwin. Produced by Sid Luft.
The second show of the compilation is episode #4 of The Liberace Show. The flamboyant pianist performs several songs. While the show breaks for commercials, the commercials are not on the tapes. Produced by Lou is B. Snader; directed by Duke Goldstone.
The third show of the compilation is This is Your Life – Laurel & Hardy. The lives of the classic slapstick team are reviewed through stories told by their long-time friends, including film director Leo McCarey and actress Vivian Blaine. No credits appear for this episode. The fourth and last show of the compilation is Molly (AKA “The Goldbergs”). Molly is a 1950’s sitcom about a Jewish family living in the suburbs. In this episode Molly awaits a visit from a friend from the old neighborhood. Produced by William Berke; directed by Marc Daniels; written by Gertrude Berg.
00:00 Judy Garland on General Electric
30:00 Liberace Show
56:00 This is your Life Laurel & Hardy