Geographically Speaking

Geographically Speaking

"Geographically Speaking" was an NBC TV series which deputed on 9 June 1946. The series consisted of host Carveth Wells narrating her 16mm home movies. When she ran out of home movies, the series ended.

Episode status

Not a single episode of this series survives in any archives, as it was broadcast live and there was no way to record live TV until 1947, and even then only a few shows were recorded.

External Links

[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0129682/ "Geographically Speaking" on IMDb]


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