Vern & Evelyn Trameri's

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Metadata

Date
unknown/unknown (Creation date: 1981)
Main contributor
Varjian, Leon, 1951-2015
Summary
After leaving IU, 1970s campus prankster and graduate student Leon Varjian continued his studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he continued his fun-loving ways. While living in Madison, Varjian and his friends co-produced local public-access cable television show The Vern & Evelyn Show at the Madison Community Access Center beginning in January 1980. The show starred two live mice (named Vern and Evelyn) and a cast of supporting actors (humans and mice) in a variety of humorous storylines. Show skits satirized politics, religion, and popular culture; music was provided by local bands such as Spooner (later the band became Garbage); and interviews with special guests included the likes of Allen Ginsberg. 

Excerpts from several skits and episodes. 
Location
Madison (Wis.)
Collection
The Vern & Evelyn Show
Unit
University Archives
Language
English
Terms of Use
Copyright interests for this collection have been transferred to the Trustees of Indiana University. For more information, contact the Indiana University Archivist.
Physical Description
Film
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Notes
ADDITIONAL CITATION INFORMATION:
[Item], Leon Varjian papers, Collection C664, Indiana University Archives, Bloomington.
Other Identifiers
Other: GR00428330; Other: 2018/078.8; MDPI Barcode: 40000003808286; Collection Identifier: C664