Subject Source: Library Of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Moving image genre-form guide online, November 19, 2007 (Variety: work that is generally hosted and consists of a number of different acts, sketches, and/or dance and musical performances, combined in a non-narrative manner. Although predominantly for television, some theatrical film variety work has also been produced)
Yee, M.M. Moving image materials, 1988: p. 101 (Use for works which consist of a number of different kinds of acts, including such things as stand-up comedians, comic skits, songs, dance numbers, etc.)
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From the Collection:
This collection contains: photographs from NBC, KRMA, and various other productions; 16 millimeter films that Case produced or directed; personal paper; publicity documents from various television stations; and newspaper clippings. The collection is 1 record box, 2 half document boxes, a scrapbook box, and 2 boxes of film.
This series contains information relating to projects produced, directed, or otherwise associated with James Case. This information can include photographs, correspondence, project proposals, and scripts. Clippings related to these projects can be found in M354.05.
Black and white film of The Bob Crosby Show, a television variety show.