Fractured Flickers (1963– )
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Anna Maria Alberghetti 

Not Rated | | Comedy | Episode aired 5 December 1963
Our host introduces "Jay Ward Prevues" and other wacky clips; and he hands over his entire paycheck to Anna Marie Alberghetti.

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Heavenly Day / Various (voice)
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Herself
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Lachs Dungelfinger (archive footage)
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Our host, Han Conried, has disappointing news for sports fans. Conried reads letters from viewers, one of whom is less than admiring. "Fractured Flickers" offers a "Big Contest." Our host regrets that Biff Sturdly will not give his talk, "Actors Are Just Plain Folks." National Safety Month inspires a death-defying public service announcement. Noted he-man, Lachs Dungelfinger, promotes Maidenform gun belts. "Jay Ward Prevues" feature clips from the upcoming series, "Mr. No-Jack," "My Favorite Martini," "Unfair Exchange" and "Mr. Fred." Fey spokesmen promote Fairytown cigarettes. Conried interviews Anna Mari Alberghetti but can't persuade her to sing. Conried reads a telegram from a sponsor who delivers a back-handed compliment. Heavenly Day, the world's foremost astrologist, tells your future. Conried reads a few words about the show from various newspaper clippings. "Pick Your College" offers helpful advice. "Hey, Culture Fans!" delivers good news for music lovers. Mrs. L from Ontario... Written by J. Spurlin

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Host: Good evening, sports fans! I know that you're all eager to see the pictures of last week's game and to hear this week's scores. Unfortunately, you've tuned in to a program called "Fractured Flickers."
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