Various Memorial Clips

December 6-7, 1993

CNN Showbiz, CNN News Day, introduced by Laurin Sydney. Includes footage from various Honker Home releases, Dweezil's "Let's Talk About It," and an interview from c. 1988 (3:40 min.).

NBC 11, introduced by Cynthia Tinsley. Includes footage from various Honker Home releases (0:20 min.).

Channel 5 Eyewitness News, introduced by Brenda Wood. Includes footage from Honker Home releases and an interview from October, 1988 (2:20 min.).

CBS. Includes footage from Honker Home videos and Albany, NY (February 2, 1988) (0:20 min.).

Entertainment Tonight (ET). Includes footage from New York, October 31, 1984, the 1985 Senate Hearings, an unidentified public speech, an interview from August 22, 1986, Head, the Sinister Footwear dance rehearsals and an unidentified interview from c. 1983? (1:58 min.).

E! (Entertainment Television) News Daily. Introduced by Bianca Ferrare. Includes footage from Does Humor Belong In Music? and an unidentified interview from c. 1991 (2:00 min.).

Introduced by Pat Collins? Includes the same clips as CNN Showbiz.

WGN News. Introduced by Allison Payne. Includes footage from Does Humor Belong In Music? and Video From Hell (0:51 min.).

46 News At Ten. Introduced by Kevin Cokely. Includes footage from various Honker Home releases (0:20 min.).

2 WSB-TV Action News. Includes footage from Does Humor Belong In Music? (0:20 min.).

Channel 7 Eyewitness News. Introduced by Marc Brown. Includes footage from Does Humor Belong In Music? (0:50 min.).

Includes footage from Video From Hell (1987), The Yellow Shark (1992), Senate Committee Hearings (1985), Today Show (1993) (0:30 min.).

CBS 2 Action News. Introduced by Bob Jimenez. Includes footage from Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), 200 Motels (1971), an unidentified interview from c. 1989 and a short interview with family friend Kyle Richards (2:04 min.).


Heute Journal ZDF (Germany, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from the usual sources but also some images from the Mothers in Hamburg, Germany in 1968 and an interview with FZ in Frankfurt, September, 1992.


ZDF. Includes footage from Peefeeyatko (1:30 min.).


Nova, Nederland 2 (Netherlands, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from Albany (1988), "You Are What You Is" (1981), Ivo Niehe interview (1991), Prague (1991), Frank Zappa (VPRO, 1971), Halloween 1981, Kippevel (1988), and new interviews with C. de Kloet, Barry Hay (Golden Earring), P. den Doelder (Zappa-fanclub) (8:20 min.).


Aktuellt, TV1 (Sweden, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from Lund, Sweden (April 26, 1988), Baby Snakes (1979), "You Are What You Is" (1981), Sydnytt (1988), an unidentified interview from c. 1991, and Albany, NY (February 2, 1988) (1:38 min.).

Deustche Welle TV (Germany, December 6, 1993). German and English versions. Includes footage from "You Are What You Is" (1981), Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), an unidentified interview from c. 1991, FZ's visit to Prague (1990) (0:45 min.)

Nyheterna, TV4 (Sweden, December 6, 1993). Hosted by Ralf Nygård. Includes footage from Does Humor Belong In Music? (1985), Uncle Meat (1987) and an interview with Morgan Ågren (1:53 min.)

3sat (Germany, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), FZ's visit to Prague (1990) and Peefeeyatko (1991) (0:53 min.).

Super Channel (UK, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), CBS Morning News (1985), 200 Motels (1971) (0:38 min.).

CNN Showbiz (December 6, 1993). Final credits include footage from FZ conducting the Ensemble Modern playing Ionisation, July, 1993 (0:42 min.).

TVE (Spain, December 6, 1993). Nuria Ribó reports from NYC. Includes footage from 200 Motels (1971), Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), CBS Morning News (1985), Prague (1991), Barcelona Airport(1974) (03:01 min.). Available to watch online at RTVE.

TVE (Spain, December 7, 1993). Includes footage from Barcelona Airport (1974), Bilbao (1988). Same sound as TVE, December 6, 1993, but different images edit (0:38 min.).

ABC News, Sky Channel (UK, December 7, 1993). Includes footage from The Dub Room Special! (0:24 min.).

MTV News At Night (UK, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from DoRo productions, Uncle Meat (1988), Does Humor Belong In Music? (1985), Video From Hell (1987), an MTV interview with FZ from 1989 and new interviews with Jimmy Carl Black and Michael Gray (8:17 min.).

Dagsrevyen, NRK (Norway, December 6, 1993). Includes footage from Albany, NY (February 2, 1988) and FZ's visit to Prague (1990) (0:34 min.).

Rapport, TV2 (Sweden, December, 1993). Includes footage from Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), Baby Snakes (1979), Oppåpoppa (1973), Uncle Meat (1987), an unidentified interview from c. 1991, an another unidentified interview from c. 1988, "You Are What You Is" (1981), Swedish TV (1984), Video From Hell (1987), The Dub Room Special! (1982), an unidentified interview from c. 1988 and FZ's visit to Prague (1990) (2:18 min.).

MTV (December, 1993). Includes footage from a February, 1990 MTV interview, Sweden, 1988, and the September, 1985 Senate Committee Hearings (2:35 min.).

Channel Four News (UK, December, 1993). Includes footage from Uncle Meat (1988), Does Humor Belong In Music? (1985), Channel Four News (1983), Prague (1990), The Yellow Shark (1992) and interviews with Martin Hooker and Liz Wells from Music For Nations (4:38 min.).


France 2 (France, December, 1993). Comments by J. J. Dufour. Includes footage from Albany, NY (February 2, 1988), FZ & Pierre Boulez (Paris, January, 1984), Paris, France (June 11, 1980), Prague (1990), "Adieu CA" (Prague, 1991) and "You Are What You Is" (1981) (1:57 min.).

TF1 (France, December, 1993). Includes footage from "Keep It Greasey," Paris, France (June 11, 1980) (0:23 min.).

TF1 (France, December, 1993). Comments by Bernard Gély. Includes footage from "Chunga's Revenge," Paris, France (June 11, 1980), 200 Motels (1971), The Yellow Shark (1992), TF1 France Interview (1991) and Does Humor Belong In Music? (1985) (1:44 min.).

8 1/2 (France, December, 1993). Includes footage from "Chunga's Revenge," Paris, France (June 11, 1980), "You Are What You Is" (1981), The Yellow Shark (1992) and Prague (1990) (0:52 min.).

[Unknown] (France, December, 1993). Includes footage from Essener Songtage (1968), Berlin (1968), Onsdagsjournalen (1970), Tower Theater, Upper Darby (1980), Ohne Maulkorb (1978), Vienna (1968), Adelaide Tonight (1973), Hamburg (1968) and Palace Theater, Albany (1988) (3:30 min.).

 


Javier Marcote (September 6, 2009):

1993 12 06—Aktuellt, Sweden, Kanal
1993 12 06—Deutsche Welle, Germany
1993 12 06—ABC News, via Sky
1993 12 06—TV4, Nyheterna, Sweden (Incl Morgan Ågren)
1993 12 06—TV2, Sweden—Rapport (2 Clips)
1993 12 06—3 Sat, Schau, Germany
1993 12 06—RAI Uno, TG 1, Italy
1993 12 06—Super Channel, ITN News
1993 12 06—CNN, Showbiz (FZ conducting )
1993 12 06—TVE Spain
1993 12 06—Deutsche Welle, Germany (In English)
1993 12 06—MTV News
1993 12 06—Sky News, (NBC)
1993 12 06—NRK, Dagsrevyen, Norway (Short)
1993 12 06—NRK, Dagsrevyen, Norway (Longer)
1993 12 06—TV3, Sweden
1993 12 xx—VPRO(?) TV, Netherlands (4min)
1993 12 xx—MTV Netherlands (5min)
1993 12 xx—Veronica TV, Netherlands (3min)

ZappaInAustralia.com:

December 6 1993
ATV Ch 10 Late News Obituary
-2 minutes

December 6 1993
GTV Ch 9 Late News Obituary
-1 minute

December 6 1993
ATV Ch 10 News Brisbane Obituary
-1 minute

December 6 1993
SBS 0/28 News Obituary
-1 minute

December 7 1993
GTV Ch 9 The Today Show Obituary
-1 minute

December 7 1993
ATV Ch 10 Good Morning Australia Obituary
1 minute

December 7 1993
ABC Ch 2 World At Noon Obituary
5 minutes

December 25 1993
SBS 28 Nomad Obituary & You Are What You Is' Promo Video 
-3 minutes

 


Additional informants: Javier Marcote, Kjell Knudde

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