From the Iowa lot purchased almost two years ago (I literally purchased about 100 tapes from this lot, so it's been taking me a long time to sit through and archive most of these tapes).
Here's an ultra rare episode of an equally rare show called "Biograph Days Biograph Nights," hosted by one Ira Gallen. This show seems to cover the nostalgia of the 1950's and 1960's and showcases some rarely shown commercials and content from that time period, all from Mr. Gallen's extensive film archive. As far as I know today, Ira Gallen still runs his own vintage toy gallery from his own massive vintage toy collection in New York City and still has one of the most extensive private film & tape archives in the world. So this is pretty cool to see Mr. Gallen's humble beginnings all in one public access show.
In this episode, pay particular attention to some bootleged footage of the (seemingly) lost theater rendition of "CBS Live." The only silver lining of this footage is that this only took place at a small theater called the "Minetta Lane Theater," so something like this being lost to time isn't much of a surprise, unless all of the footage of the play is in Ira Gallen's archive, which would not surprise me at all.
BTW, the popping you hear around 6 minutes into the video seems to be Wi-Fi interference being picked up by my VCR. This only happens when it's in mono mode, I don't have a problem transferring Hi-Fi tapes, but I have to pay closer attention when it comes to mono tapes.