The original Betty White TV Shows
Betty White's illustrious career has revived with her recent telvision shows and appearances on SNL and others. Betty White first starred in a short-lived prime-time variety television series in 1958.
Some of these classic TV episodes were recently uncovered and are in the public domain. When marked as public domain, the files can be owned and downloaded for free.
Betty White turned 90 in January 2012 and she is still one of the funniest and busiest actresses in Hollywood today.
White's first comedy series, "Life with Elizabeth," brought her first Emmy Award in 1952, followed by a daily NBC talk/variety show called "The Betty White Show."
Betty White was a recurring regular with more than 70 appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jack Paar," and appeared on "The Merv Griffin Show" and "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson." She also subbed as host on all three talk shows. White was a regular with Vicki Lawrence on "Mama's Family" as sister Ellen, a role she created with the rest of the company on "The Carol Burnett Show."
Watch and Download Free Betty White TV Shows
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Betty receives PromaxBDA Lifetime Achievement Award
PromaxBDA, the leading global association for promotion, marketing and design professionals in the entertainment industry, announced that renowned actress and comedienne Betty White will be the recipient of its prestigious PromaxBDA Lifetime Achievement Award at The Conference 2012, June 12-14 in Los Angeles. With a career that has spanned more than 60 years, the seven-time Emmy Award winner has created unforgettable roles in television and film, authored seven books and won numerous awards, including those for her lifelong work for animal welfare.
Betty White was also nominated for an Emmy as a guest actress on "Suddenly Susan." Her numerous television movies include "Chance of a Lifetime," "Stealing Christmas," "Annie's Point" and "The Lost Valentine," for which she received yet another Emmy nomination. White also hosted the New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade for 20 years, and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for 10 years. Her big-screen credits include the Warner Brothers hit "The Proposal," with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, as well as "You Again," "Bringing Down the House," "The Story of Us," "Lake Placid" and "Hard Rain."
One of her seven books "If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won't)," released in May, 2011, earned White a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for the audio edition.