This collection comprises all 96 episodes of the classic television program, “One Step Beyond.” The files were gathered from numerous sources (not least the Archive itself); you will find several file types and differing levels of quality. [The "MPEG4" file is the smallest file, and it's the source file.
A few of them appear to be edited syndication-prints, which were the only versions I could find. Download it if your player can handle h.265 (HEVC).]Aired 19 March 1958 (season 6, episode 24).
Rolling the occasional gutter ball makes you feel so much better when you do bowl a strike.
This episode is a clip show, featuring clips from earlier episodes of this series.
It's very likely that many of these clips come from episodes which no longer exist in their entirety. If you link to it or post it elsewhere, please note it is incomplete.....
Performers include: Sandy Scott, Judy Stone, Laurel Lea, Kevin Todd, Pam Liversidge, Robyn Alvarez, Lorrae Desmond (she had her own show during the early 1960s..good based on the two episodes I've seen), Jack Jones, Wayne Newton, Freddie Paris, Lucky Starr,... Performers include Ron Polson, Robyn Alvarez, The Delltones, Patty Markham, Bee Gees, and Peter Brandon.
Download it if your player can handle h.265 (HEVC).]An episode of the long-running Australian pop music series.
Before anyone asks, no, I don't have the rest of the concert. Performers include Johnny O'Keefe, Maria Blanche, The Flanagans, Yvonne Barrett, John Rowles (aka Ja-Ar), and Noeleen Batley.This episode is dedicated mostly to songs which won an Academy Award (with two songs being exceptions to this)."The Continental" - Danced to by Shirley Regan and Kevan Johnston "Buttons and Bows" - Jacki Weaver "Gigi" - Johnny Rohan "The Lullaby of Broadway" - The Chantinos "It Might as Well Be Spring" - Denise Keene "Never on a Sunday" - Denise Keene "Days of Wine...Additionally, Col Joye appears in an amusing tennis match.Note: the opening titles feature the call-signs of the stations showing the program (GTV, TCN, CTC, etc....).
As with the other episode, the technical quality is rough.