Jerry Lewis Telethon 2010

September 5, 2010 by Post Team 

Jerry Lewis Telethon 2010, “The March of Time” (TCM, 20:00), a series of newsreels produced for Life and Time magazines from 1935 to 1951.

Westbrook’s voice Boris Von shouted the title every week and managed to cover, by the time the rise and the conclusion of the Second World War along with other topics. He remained popular culture especially through the false “March of Time”, which began Orson Wells’s classic, “Citizen Kane.”

HBO Archives and the Museum of Modern Art have joined forces to restore the reels and are shown in a series at the Museum of New York and tonight on Turner Classic Movies to mark the series’ 75th anniversary.

Half-hour bites begin in 1937 and continue until midnight with a reel 1950 at 11:30 pm evaluates the 20th century in the middle.

Labor Day brings 45th annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon (WTIC, Channel 61, 10:45 pm). The MDA National Chairman and former comedy partner Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, 84, hoping to top last year’s total and 60.4 million. Running all night and all day Monday, guests this year include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Enrique Iglesias, War, Grascals and Barry Manilow.

It begins in many other markets, at 9 pm, but will not be until almost two hours later in Hartford, lest we miss the “sports tickets.”

Two of the 20 candidates who begin competition on the theme “All American Handyman” (HGTV, tonight at 9 pm), Michael Tetreault of East Windsor and Sara Ashby, who grew up in Madison before recently moving to Florida. It is a tough competition with some judges demanding Mike Holmes of “Holmes Holmes” (HGTV, today, 8 pm) and Scott McCillivray of “property income” (HGTV, Wednesday, 11 hours). The winner receives the title and a 10,000-shopping spree at Sears.

Another mysterious death in Oxford brings “Inspector Lewis: The Dead of Winter”, a new adventure in “Mystery Masterpiece” (CPTV, 9 pm) with Laurence Fox and Kevin Whatley in the case.

A Catfish Cookoff is the challenge as “The Great Race Truck Food” (Food Network, 9 pm) stops in New Orleans.

The season premiere of “Jerseylicious” (Style, 8 pm) reminds me of the time he met one of the hairdressers in LA She said I should go through the room. I said he could not do much with what’s left of my hair. But she said she could do something with my forehead.

The end of the second season of “leverage” (TNT, 10 pm) ends in London.

Well, it has given the Emmy for best TV drama series for the third year in a row, so it’s probably time to turn to “Mad Men” (AMC, 10 pm) before the season escapes us. After last week’s drinking led to a shut down (and a noteworthy encounter with a waitress named Doris who told his real name) Don Draper vows to get rid of the sauce for a while. Which is good, since there is a big bill to concentrate. Some are betting on a big boxing match, which could be the Sonny Liston vs. Cassius Clay rematch in Lewiston, Maine, in 1965. “Rubicon” (AMC, 9 pm) is on first.

Now that the final season of “Dance Your Ass Off” is over, and you may still craving Mel B, who was serving his first term as the host, here is a new 10 series of the reality of their lives at home with a new husband, and children between 11 and 3. It’s called “Mel B: It’s a world of fear” (Style, 8 pm).

The boldest of the sample has been created romantic “Ochocinco: The trap final (VH1, 9 pm) in which the former NFL star (and” Dancing with the Stars “contestant) elects a romantic ideal of an initial group 85 women (85!). Do not worry, got rid of 69 in the first episode. Now for the end of the season you have to choose between two: Brittany and Ruby. I think it’s all Ruby.

Ragan that is out now on “Big Brother” (CBS, 8 pm), the show has become much less interesting, as it moves to the Final Four. The final Head of Household competition and nominations for eviction are still on tap tonight.

Eight million who watched on Friday, one night a few million last time, and tonight “Camp Rock 2: Final Jam” (p. 8 Disney. M.) is the third time in two days.

Other films tonight ranging from “Old Dogs” (Starz, 9 pm) in “Old School” (Cinemax, 10 pm).

Includes Blue Jays Baseball Yankees (YES, 1 pm), White Sox at Red Sox (NESN, TBS, 1:20 pm) of the Mets at Cubs (WCCT, Channel 20, 2 pm) and Giants at Dodgers (ESPN2, 8 pm).

The U.S. Open (CBS, 11 am, ESPN) moves to third round action. In the WNBA playoffs, which is the storm in Mercury (ABC, 3 pm).

This is your last Sunday without NFL football, but there is a little college football at all, with South vs Delaware State (ESPN, noon), Tulsa at East Carolina (ESPN2, 2 pm) and SMU at Texas Tech (ESPN, 3: 30 pm). Do not bet on LSU vs North Carolina (ESPNU, 9 pm) is a tape of last night’s game.

Sunday Talk

ABC: Tony Blair. CBS: Former President Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers Laura Tyson, an economist Mark Zandi Moody’s Analytics. NBC: Senator Lindsey Graham, David Plouffe. Who ran Obama’s 2008 campaign. CNN: AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and Small Business Association President Todd McCracken. Fox News: Senator John McCain, Democratic National Committee Chairman, and Tim Kaine.

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