Cuban Television Scripts
Scope and Contents
Two early Cuban television scripts on original mimeographed sheets produced by CMQ Television in Cuba. The scripts are for Cabaret Regales El Cuna and Cascabeles Candado. These scripts are from the early inceptio of CMQ television station, which became an NBC affiliate prior to the Cuban revolution. CMQ was established in December of 1950 and officially launched March 11, 1951. At the time, Cuba was only the second country in the world, after the United States, to have a National Television Network.
- Creation: 1953
- CMQ-TV (Television station : Havana, Cuba) (Organization)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase from ebay, 2015.
- Guide to the Cuban Television Scripts
- Christina R. Luers, CA
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