||This article appeared in New Jersey Bell magazine #3 - I'm looking for a copy of the magazine and any other issues that Shep may have written articles for.|
|"New York Night with Long John Nebel"|
||This is a 12 minute segment showing Shep's Greenwich Apt in 1968|
|"The Three Worlds of Jean Shepherd"|
||I have the audio but would like to get a copy of the video. It was a 30 minute special done on public television (WNYC) in 1967.|
||Shep had John Cassavettes as a guest during a 1958 show and mentions that he was working on a musical at the time. Recently there was a script that surfaced through the Lois Nettleton estate which was dated September 11, 1958 and was being sold for $450. Suppoedly he was working on this for Composer and Playwright Hugh Martin.|
||Heres an article showing Jean Shepherd with the creators of Dondi and Kerry-Drake.
Any help on dating the event and identifying the newspaper?
My guess mid-sixties - Daily News|
||One of Shep's shows was dedicated to fishing the rivers of the Midwest. He gave the following 'personal' recipe fot the ideal bait to catch channel catfish.
Corn meal - 1/2 box in boiling water
The day before get a pig or beef liver, about 1/2 lb, put it on the porch, in the sun, for 1 or 2 days. Cut it into little pieces. Put handfulls in the water to boil, before the cornmeal. Add cornmeal until it gets real thick. Before it gets hard, roll it into balls. Sink it to the bottom.
Anyone know what show this was?|
|Frank and Julie Wald|
||Shep dedicated his book "The Ferrari In The Bedroom" to these 2 people - "To Frank and Julie Wald who inspired a helluva lot of this" Anybody know who they are and how they inspired the book?|
|One Sheridan Square|
||Any further info
Jean Shepherd plus The Tarriers
Dec 19 to 31 1960|
|Southern Baptist Hour - "From the Most High Cometh Healing"|
||Sunday July 30 1961 WNBC TV NY Ch 4
... Jean Shepherd will narrate the program|
||10:00 to 10:55 July 14, 1978
WNYC AM - Jean Shepherd reads from his short stories|
|The Moon is Blue|
||Based on F. Hugh Herberts 1951 play
Another show that didn't get off the ground?|
||A January 1970 article in Business and Comm Aviation magazine has an article discussing Shep's voiceover in this film. I'm looking for a copy of the film, a copy of the magazine, and any other information.|