Guide to the Dan Guerrero Collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts CEMA 78

Finding aid prepared by Processed by Michelle Wilder, May 26, 2004, and CEMA staff May 2009
UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Collections
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California, 93106-9010
Phone: (805) 893-3062
Email: special@library.ucsb.edu; URL: http://www.library.ucsb.edu/special-collections


Title: Dan Guerrero collection on Latino Entertainment and the Arts
Identifier/Call Number: CEMA 78
Contributing Institution: UC Santa Barbara Library, Department of Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 14.0 linear feet (5 document boxes, 1 oversize box, and tapes)
Date (inclusive): 1956-2007
Location note: Boxes 1-5 (Del Norte); Box 6 (Del Norte oversize); tapes (Performing Arts)
Abstract: The collection documents Latino cultural and entertainment history of recent years. Dan Guerrero's professional life in the world of entertainment as well as his personal family life is represented. It includes video and audio tapes of selected programming, scripts, publicity items and programs relating to the Latino community. There are photographs relative to Mexican American art and culture, transcripts of interviews with various members of the Latino entertainment industry. A significant amount of correspondence, audio tapes, video tapes, color slides and other items concerning his close friend, the late Carlos Almaraz, a veteran Chicano artist are in this collection. Other notable celebrities represented are Vikki Carr, Lorenzo Lamas, Cheech Marin, Ricardo Montalban, Kenny Ortega, Paul Rodriguez, Cesar Romero, Lalo Schifrin, Edward James Olmos and Jimmy Smits. The collection is of inestimable value in the study and understanding of Latino entertainment and the arts in the last decades of the 20th Century.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Donated by Dan Guerrero, 2002

Conditions Governing Use note

Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

Conditions Governing Access note

none

Biographical/Historical note

Dan Guerrero began his eclectic career in New York where he was a successful theatrical agent with clients in countless Broadway musicals and plays. He returned home to Los Angeles for an equally successful time as a casting director for stage and television before turning to producing. He has been widely-acclaimed as a highly creative independent producer of diverse programming for network and cable television in both English and Spanish. At the same time, he has produced, written and directed non-broadcast live events at such prestigious venues as the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, the House of Blues in West Hollywood and the Cite de la Musique in Paris, France. Guerrero is considered an early pioneer in the U.S. Latino market and has been twice honored by the distinguished Imagen Foundation for bringing positive Latino images to the screen. Hispanic Magazine also recognized him as "one of the 25 most powerful Hispanics in Hollywood." Guerrero began his production career in 1990 at Guber Peters Television as one of the original team that developed the weekly talk/variety program, El Show de Paul Rodriguez. The landmark show aired nationally on Univision and internationally throughout Latin America bringing the biggest U.S. and Latin American stars together in a ground-breaking bilingual format. Guerrero was brought on as head writer and was named co-producer after the first 13 shows and continued in that capacity for the three year run. He eventually headed Paul Rodriguez Productions with two El Show colleagues where the team produced four "docu-comedy" specials for FOX starring the comic actor: Paul Rodriguez: Behind Bars, Crossing Gang Lines, Back to School and Born to Ride. The highly-rated programs were a unique mix of documentary footage of gangs, bikers and multi-cultural issues inter-cut with music and comedy taped at locations from San Quentin prison to the Black Hills of South Dakota and the barrios of East LA and South Central. As a partner in There Goes the Neighborhood Productions, Guerrero produced Loco Slam, a series of half-hour Latino stand-up comedy shows for HBO and co-produced the PBS Kennedy Center Concert of the Americas for Quincy Jones/David Saltzman Entertainment. President Clinton and 34 leaders of Western Hemisphere countries attended the star-driven concert celebrating the Summit of the Americas conference in Miami. The event at the James L. Knight Convention Center boasted the biggest name artists from the U.S., Mexico, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Under his own banner, Guerrero produced the Vida Awards, an NBC nationally-aired special that honored Latinos in education, business, entertainment, sports, science/medicine and the arts. He also produced the CNBC J.D. Power Global Automotive Awards hosted by Tim Allen and taped at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. His multi-faceted career took a new direction in 1999 when he was named Vice President of Talent and Specials for the Telemundo Network under the new Sony ownership, a position especially created for his varied skills. Prior to joining Telemundo for the year on a corporate level, Guerrero was executive producer of their Al Dia con Maria Conchita, a daily talk/variety show hosted by Maria Conchita Alonso. During the same time, he produced and co-wrote the PBS national pledge special, Vikki Carr: Memories/Memorias for KCET. The bilingual concert also featured Arturo Sandoval, Pepe Aguilar and Jack Jones. The critically-acclaimed program included a CD and video release. An earlier bilingual Christmas special produced for Buena Vista International also created a best-selling CD that hit #8 on the Billboard Top 50 Latin Albums chart. Navidad en las Americas was taped at Disneyland and aired on Univision with Ricky Martin, Chayanne, Celia Cruz, Jose Feliciano, and Luis Enrique among the TV guest performers.
Guerrero has also produced and directed major non-televised events including the 2002 Inaugural NCLR Alma Awards Gala at the Biltmore Hotel hosted by Roselyn Sanchez where awards were presented in fourteen categories prior to the national ABC-TV telecast taping at the Shrine Auditorium. He also produced and directed the spectacular AmericArtes Gala at the Kennedy Center to launch the multi-year AmericArtes Festival. The gala featured performances by the Costa Rica Youth Symphony Orchestra, Brazil's Deborah Colker Modern Dance Company, Julio Bocca and Ballet Argentino, Mexico's Tambuco Percussion Quartet, Colombia's Cimarron musicians and the indigenous Danzaq de Ayacucho dancers from Peru among other distinguished Latin American artists. Guerrero produced and staged a Chicano et Tex-Mex concert at the Cite de la Musique in Paris, France featuring his father, the legendary Lalo Guerrero and Tejano superstar Flaco Jimenez. He also created the first-ever all Latino stand-up comedy night at the Los Angeles Theatre Center (1989). The English-language Noche de Risa y Susto: Die Laughing was produced annually for the next seven years as a fundraiser for the Latino Theatre Company. Other non-broadcast live events include the Opening Ceremonies for the city-wide Artes de Mexico Festival featuring more than 300 musical performers and costumed participants on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall, the Imagen Awards at the Beverly Hilton and the First Los Angeles International Latino Film Festival for Edward James Olmos at Universal Studios in Hollywood. Guerrero has served on grant panels for the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, addressed special events on a national level including the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Convention and often speaks on panels and at seminars throughout the country. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Series Description

Series I: Biographical includes articles related to Dan Guerrero’s life and work.
Series II: Original Work includes material relating to There Goes the Neighborhood Press, a company formed by Dan Guerrero, Michael Dagnery and Lisa Rosales following working together on ‘El Show de Paul Rodriguez’; the company produced TV programming over a two-year period before it dissolved. These files are arranged alphabetically.
Series III: Events includes material related to events produced or directed by Dan Guerrero. The materials are grouped into three sub series: Programs, Scripts, TV Productions/Scripts, and Film Festivals. Each of these sub series is arranged chronologically.
Series IV: Lalo Guerrero contains correspondence from the White House to Lalo Guerrero (Dan wrote the response), and a program for Canción Mexicana, performed at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse.
Series V: Gaytino includes various promotional materials and articles about the show.
Series VI: Carlos Almaraz includes correspondence from Almaraz which Guerrero states are “personal letters and post cards sent to me by Carlos thru the 70s and early 80s before I returned to LA… including following his first trip to the Teatro Campesino, his marriage, birth of his daughter, while painting the Zoot Suit mural and then from his wife Elsa Flores who took up dropping notes and postcards.” Also included are exhibition pamphlets, articles about his exhibits, articles concerning his passing in 1989 and materials collected from a Memorial Event held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Contemporary Art. Guerrero and Almaraz met in grammar school when they lived one block apart in East Los Angeles. The two graduated one year apart (Guerrero graduated in 1959) from James A. Garfield High School, after which the two traveled to New York City for the first time where they shared a one room apartment in the upper Westside 90s. Almaraz left New York within the year and Guerrero left in 1982 to return to Los Angeles. The two remained best friends until Almaraz’s passing in 1989.
Series VII: Photographs contains, at this point, images from the Artes de Mexico Festival in Los Angeles celebrating Mexican art and culture. The event was produced and written by Dan Guerrero, an effort that was completely voluntary for all who participated, performers and technical assistants included. Of particular interest are images of celebrities and prominent figures such as Appolonia, Ricardo Montalban, Cheech Marin, Lalo Guerrero, Carmen Zapata, Paul Rodriguez and Edward James Olmos. Video of the event is also available. Digital photographs ranging from years 1990-2013 are located in the library digital repository.
Series VIII: Miscellany includes materials related to various productions, such as show schedules and rundowns (for such productions as El Show de Paul Rodriguez and Al Dia Con Maria Conchita [Alonso]). Also included is a special issue of Time Magazine about Hispanic culture, a dissertation entitled Musical Life of Mexican/Chicano People in Los Angeles, 1945-1985: A Study in Maintenance, Change, and Adaptation and programs of cultural events.
Series IX: Audio and Visual Materials contains 113 audio and videotapes. The series is divided into seven sub series as follows: El Show de Paul Rodriguez ran from 1990 to 1992; El Nuevo Show de Paul Rodriguez ran from 1992 to 1993; Fox Television Specials includes four titles, all but one of which aired in 1991 to 1992; Television Specials includes episodic programming and one time events such as Loco Slam, Navidad En Las Americas (a Behind the Scenes video of this event is also available in English and Spanish), the 1995 Vida Awards and a concert honoring Latin music in the United States in the 1940s and 50s entitled Vicki Carr, Memories, Memorias; Live Non-Broadcast Events includes footage of the Artes de Mexico Festival opening ceremonies at Los Angeles City Hall (photographs are also available of this event in Series VI), the Imagen Awards, Lalo and Amigos and video of Noche de Riza; Carlos Almaraz contains interviews of Almaraz by Mark Guerrero in 1976, footage from a KCET show “Life and Times” and extensive footage of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art tribute to Almaraz including video of the event, video salutes by Luis Valdez and Cesar Chavez and two songs written by Mark and Lalo Guerrero separately that were performed at the event; Miscellany includes awards ceremonies (Alma Awards, Nosotros Golden Eagle Awards, Hispanic Heritage Awards), Dan Guerrero on a number of shows speaking about his life and show business (appearances on Al Dia Con Maria Conchita, on Café California, and on Vista L.A.), video his father, Lalo Guerrero (appearance on Al Dia Con Maria Conchita, appearance on Vista L.A, backstage at the Orpheum Theatre after a stage show, and a concert in Paris, France titled Cité de la Musique, a video presentation by Nancy Montoya for an event in Tuscon, Arizona entitled Lalo and Dan Guerrero in Lalo’s Tuscon Barrio) as well as stories written and events produced by Dan Guerrero that have aired on a variety of programs.

Related Archival Materials note

Lalo Guerrero Collection (CEMA 024) Mark Guerrero Collection (CEMA 086)

 

Series I: Biographical 1989-2001

Box 1, Folder 1

“Casting Hispanics: The Doors Are Opening,” Faces International 1989

Box 1, Folder 2

Personal press 1986, 1991, 1993, 1998-1999, 2001

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 1
Oversize 9-11

Dan Guerrero Scrapbook 1956-1961

 

Series II: Original Work 1983-1989

Box 6, Folder 10

Avance, Dan Guerrero’s Latin Theater Stages

Box 1, Folder 3

The Hollywood Drama-Logue articles 1983-1984, 1986, 1988

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 2
Box 1, Folder 4

There Goes The Neighborhood Press 1994

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 3
 

Transcripts of original celebrity interviews

Box 1, Folder 5

Lopez, Mario 1989

Box 1, Folder 6

Marin, Cheech 1989

Box 1, Folder 7

Martinez, A. 1988

Box 1, Folder 8

McLish, Rachel 1989

Box 1, Folder 9

Montalban, Ricardo during “The Colbys” series

Box 1, Folder 10

Ortega, Kenny 1988-1989

Box 1, Folder 11

Ortelli, Dyana 1989

Comments/Descriptions

included a scathing letter from her about the “state of Latinos on TV”
Box 1, Folder 12

Rodriguez, Paul 1986

Box 1, Folder 13

Romero, Cesar 1986

Box 1, Folder 14

Saldana, Teresa 1989

Box 1, Folder 15

Schifrin, Lalo 1989

Box 1, Folder 16

Torres, Liz 1989

Box 1, Folder 17

Trevino, Jesus 1988

Box 1, Folder 18

Valverde, Rawley 1989

Box 1, Folder 19

Velez, Eddie 1986

Box 1, Folder 20

Vista Magazine articles 1987

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 4
 

Series III: Events 1984-2008

 

Programs

Box 1, Folder 21

Olé! Cinco de Mayo!, A Gala Benefit for the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts 1984

Box 1, Folder 22

Olé Theatre Teatro, A Gala Benefit for the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, includes invitation 1985

Box 1, Folder 23

Noche de Risa y Susto, Dan Guerrero’s first event 1989

Box 1, Folder 24

The Kennedy Center Concert of the Americas 1994

Box 1, Folder 25

Lalo & Amigos Comicos 1994

Box 1, Folder 26

Cité de la Musique, Dan Guerrero Produced 1997-1998

Box 1, Folder 27

1st Annual Los Angleles International Latino Film Festival, A Tribute to Gabriel Figeroa 1997

Box 1, Folder 28

Imagen Twelfth Annual Awards Dinner, Lasting Images 1997

Box 1, Folder 29

25th Anniversary Gala Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation 1997

Box 1, Folder 30

Imagen Thirteenth Annual Awards Dinner, Romantic Images 1998

Box 1, Folder 31

Sixteenth Annual Hispanic Designer’s Gala 2000

Box 1, Folder 32

Una Noche de Esperanza 2000

Box 1, Folder 33

The Kennedy Center Stagebill 2001

Box 1, Folder 34

The Alma Awards 2002

Box 2, Folder 1

“Latinos in Entertainment: Good Business Sense” 2002

Comments/Descriptions

Latino Caucus presented by SAG/EEO Latino/Hispanic Subcommittee
Box 2, Folder 2

Una Noche de Esperanza 2002

Box 2, Folder 3

22nd Annual Imagen Awards 2007

 

Scripts

Box 2, Folder 4

Concert of the Americas, full script 1994

Box 2, Folder 5

Navidad en las Americas, English and Spanish scripts 1994

Box 2, Folder 6

Vida Awards 1995

Box 2, Folder 7

Vicki Carr: Memories/Memorias 1998

Box 2, Folder 8

Alma Awards Gala 2002

 

TV Specials/Programs

Box 2, Folder 9

Concert of the Americas 1994

Box 2, Folder 10

Vida Awards, NBC (Hispanic Magazine) 1995

Box 2, Folder 11

J.D. Power and Associates, Global Automotive Awards, producer 1996

Box 3, Folder 1

Vicki Carr, PBS, producer 1999

 

Film Festivals

Box 8, Folder 16

Guadalajara Film Festival 2007

Box 8, Folder 17

Miscellaneous 2007

Box 8, Folder 18

Cine Chicano 2007

Box 8, Folder 19

NCLR ALMA Awards 2007

Box 8, Folder 20

Turks and Caicos International Film Festival 2007

Box 8, Folder 21

24th Chicago Latino Film Festival 2008

Box 8, Folder 22

Festival Internacional de Cina de la Frontera 2008

 

Series IV: Lalo Guerrero, 1996-1999 1996-1999

Comments/Descriptions

See also Series VIII: Audio/Visual Material
Box 3, Folder 2

Cancion Mexicana program June 6, 1996

Comments/Descriptions

includes article Guerrero Spins Life Experiences Into Material for Songs, Daily Bruin
Box 3, Folder 3

Correspondence, White House 1999

 

Series V: Gaytino, 2004-2008 2004-2008

Box 7, Folder 1

The Kennedy Center (News, Program, Ticket) 2004-2008

Box 7, Folder 2

New Theater for Now 2004-2005

Box 7, Folder 3

Cavern Club Theater (1st Readings) May-July 2004

Box 7, Folder 4

Albuquerque 2005-2006

Box 7, Folder 5

Press 2005-2007

Box 7, Folder 6

Highways Performance Space February 2005

Box 7, Folder 7

Kirk Douglas Theater March 2005

Box 7, Folder 8

Brava Theater Center October 2005

Box 7, Folder 9

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center– San Antonio November 2005

Box 7, Folder 10

UC Boulder and Denver, Colorado November 2005

Box 7, Folder 11

San Jose February 2006

Box 7, Folder 12

Solomania Premiere April-June 2006

Box 7, Folder 13

San Diego September 2006

Box 7, Folder 14

Borderlands Theater October 2006

Box 7, Folder 15

Press– Tucson October 2006

Box 7, Folder 16

Arizona State University November-December 2006

Box 7, Folder 17

Press – Esperanza Peace and Justice Center – San Antonio June 2007

Box 7, Folder 18

Press – Miami July 2007

Box 7, Folder 19

Press – Portland and LATC October-December 2007

Box 7, Folder 20

UCLA (Professor) January-March 2008

Box 7, Folder 21

National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and National Gay and Lesbian Task Force June 2008

Box 9, Folder 2

Press 1 June 2007

Box 9, Folder 5

Press 2 June 2008

Box 9, Folder 6

Solomania Premiere Press September 2005 – June 2006

Box 9, Folder 7

Press 3 January 2006

Box 9, Folder 9

Press 4 November 2005 – December 2006

 

Series VI: Carlos Almaraz, 1972-1998

Comments/Descriptions

See also Series VIII: Audio/Visual Material
Box 3, Folder 4

City of Los Angeles Tribute 1989

Box 3, Folder 5

Correspondence 1972-1973, 1978-1981, 1983-1984, 1986

Box 3, Folder 6

Exhibit announcements, post cards, catalogs, press kits 1981-1985, 1987, 1989, 1992-1993, 1998

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 5
Box 3, Folder 7

General press 1981-1982, 1984-1987

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 6
Box 3, Folder 8

On-The-Wall Latino Art at LACMA, Los Angles Times February 4, 1989 Interviews, 1986

Box 3, Folder 9

Memorial Event, LACMA 1992

Comments/Descriptions

corresponding video also exists see also Box 6 Folder 7
Box 3, Folder 10

News articles/press following the passing of Carlos Almaraz 1982, 1989, 1990, 1992

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 8
Box 3, Folder 11

Photographs 1955-1959, 1963, 1979, 1981-1982, 1985, 1988

Box 3, Folder 12

Slides 1975, 1977, 1982, 1987-1988

 

Series VII: Photographs 1991

 

Artes De Mexico Festival December 29, 1991

Box 4, Folder 1

#1 Black and White Procession de la Arte 1991

Box 4, Folder 2

#2 Carmen Zapata, Conjunto [illegible], Paul R., Pescador, Cheech 1991

Box 4, Folder 3

#3 Party 1991

Box 4, Folder 4

#4 Modern Dance, Procession , Mayor, Durin, DeLoto, Olmos 1991

Box 4, Folder 5

#5 Alatorre, Paul R., Lalo, Bobby Ross [illegible], Zapata, Appolonia 1991

Box 4, Folder 6

#6 Artes Ceremony, Valdez, Olmos, Dad w/[Illegible], Valdez w/ Zapatista 1991

Box 4, Folder 7

#7 Musica Indigena + Misc 1991

Box 4, Folder 8

#8 Procession (C.O.) 1991

Box 4, Folder 9

#9 Official “Portrait” Artes de Mexico 1991

Box 4, Folder 10

#10 Procession de la Arte Cuica Calle 1991

Box 4, Folder 11

#11 Party 1991

Box 4, Folder 12

#12 Party, Irma Garcia (photo w/ Dad) 1991

Box 4, Folder 13

Miscellaneous Artes de Mexico Festival 1991

 

Series VIII: Miscellany 1985-2008

 

Miscellaneous Events

Box 4, Folder 14

“Al Dia Con Maria Conchita” show schedules 1998

Box 4, Folder 15

Articles relating to the Paul Rodriguez Show 1991-1992

Box 4, Folder 16

The Imagen Quarterly Newsletter 1997

Box 4, Folder 17-20

Musical Life of Mexican/Chicano People in Los Angles, 1945-1985: A Study in Maintenance Change, and Adaptation, Dissertation by Stephen Jose Loza 1985

 

Related Materials

Box 4, Folder 21

Bronze Screen 100 Years of the Latino Image in Hollywood Cinema 2002

Box 4, Folder 22

Lalo and Amigos 1992

Box 4, Folder 23

Latin Grammy Awards program 2002

Box 4, Folder 24

Time Special Issue, ¡Magnifico! Hispanic Culture Breaks Out of the Barrio, article entitled Born in East L.A. includes quotes by Dan Guerero July 1988

Box 4, Folder 25

Vista L.A. Cancion Mexicana, photographs September 23, 1996

Box 4, Folder 26

Workshop, The First Bilingual TV Commercial Workshop 1988

Comments/Descriptions

see also Box 6 Folder 9
Box 7, Folder 22

Cesar Chavez Funeral Press May 1993

Box 7, Folder 23

Zoot Suit 2000-2004

Box 7, Folder 24

Beyond Broadway September 2001

Box 7, Folder 25

Latin Grammy Awards September 2002

Box 7, Folder 26

World AIDS Day December 2002

Box 7, Folder 27

USC Cervantes Club April 2003

Box 7, Folder 28

Lalo Project (Ricardo Montalbán Theatre) May-June 2004

Box 7, Folder 29

El Teatro Campesino 39th Anniversary Celebration June 2004

Box 7, Folder 30

Election Night Party May 2005

Box 7, Folder 31

Nostoros 35th Annual Golden Eagle Awards and Dinner Show October 2005

Box 7, Folder 32

Raisin’ Cane (Apollo Theater) February 2007

Box 8, Folder 1

Cesar Chavez Educating the Heart Dinner March 2007

Box 8, Folder 2

Hispanics for the L.A. Opera June 2007

Box 8, Folder 3

United States Artists Convention November 2007

Box 8, Folder 4

A Tucson Pastorela December 2007

Box 8, Folder 5

LULAC Youth Leadership Conference March 2008

Box 8, Folder 6

Sounds Latino! Exhibition Study Guide April-June 2008

Box 8, Folder 7

Corrido Conference (UCSB) May 2008

 

Dan Guerrero Produced Events

Box 8, Folder 8

Imagen Awards Gala May 2003

Box 8, Folder 9

Estilo Latino September 2003

Box 8, Folder 10

Voz Spring-Summer 2004

Box 8, Folder 11

Maravilla Concert September 2004

Box 8, Folder 12

Magnificient Méndez 2005

Box 8, Folder 13

National Hispanic Cultural Center June 2005

Box 8, Folder 14

In Darfur April 2006

Box 8, Folder 15

Concierto Para Mendez October 2006

 

Series IX: Audio/Visual Material 1976-2000

Box 4, Folder 27

Documents regarding videos: “El Show de Paul Rodriguez” show schedule, “Loco Slam” show 103, “El Nuevo Show” short rundown

 

Visuals

 

El Show de Paul Rodriguez 1990-1992

Comments/Descriptions

El Show de Paul Rodriguez Univision Network, aired Friday night at 11 pm, premiered 1990, taped six shows on a weekend once a month to accommodate Paul’s touring schedule and to best amortize the budget, 1990-1992
Item V1007/VHS

#101

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 2, 1990; tape date: February 17, 1990
Item V1007/VHS

#102

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 9, 1990, tape date: February 18, 1990
Item V1008/VHS

#103

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 6, 1990, tape date: March 11, 1990
Item V1008/VHS

#104

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 16, 1990, August 31, 1990rr [sic.], tape date: March 11, 1990
Item V1009/VHS

#105

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 30, 1990, tape date: February 18, 1990
Item V1009/VHS

#106

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 23, 1990, tape date: March 11, 1990
Item V1010/VHS

#107

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 13, 1990, September 14, 1990rr, tape date: March 31, 1990
Item V1010/VHS

#108

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 27, 1990, September 28, 1990rr, tape date: March 31, 1990
Item V1011/VHS

#109

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 20, 1990, tape date: March 31, 1990
Item V1012/VHS

#111

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 4, 1990, tape date: April 21, 1990
Item V1012/VHS

#112

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 25, 1990, tape date: April 21, 1990
Item V1013/VHS

#113

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 13, 1990, September 7, 1990rr, tape date: April 22, 1990
Item V1013/VHS

#114

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 11, 1990, tape date: April 22, 1990
Item V1014/VHS

#115

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 24, 1990, tape date: April 22, 1990
Item V1014/VHS

#116

Comments/Descriptions

air date: June 1, 1990, tape date: May 19, 1990
Item V1015/VHS

#117

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 3,1990, tape date: May 19, 1990
Item V1015/VHS

#118

Comments/Descriptions

air date: June 8, 1990, tape date: May 19, 1990
Item V1016/VHS

#119

Comments/Descriptions

air date: June 22, 1990, tape date: May 20, 1990
Item V1016/VHS

#120

Comments/Descriptions

air date: June 15, 1990, September 21, 1990, tape date: May 20, 1990
Item V1017/VHS

#121

Comments/Descriptions

air date: June 21, 1990, tape date: May 20, 1990
Item V1017/VHS

#122

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 6, 1990, tape date: June 16, 1990
Item V1018/VHS

#123

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 21, 1990, tape date: June 16, 1990
Item V1018/VHS

#124

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 20, 1990, tape date: June 16, 1990
Item V1019/VHS

#125

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 10, 1990, tape date: June 16, 1990
Item V1019/VHS

#126

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 17, 1990, tape date: June 17, 1990
Item V1020/VHS

#127

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 5, 1990, December 21, 1990rr, tape date: September 29, 1990
Item V1020/VHS

#128

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 16, 1990, January 11, 1990rr, tape date: September 29, 1990
Item V1021/VHS

#129

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 2, 1990, January 14, 1990rr, tape date: September 29, 1990
Item V1021/VHS

#130

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 19, 1990, tape date: September 30, 1990
Item V1022/VHS

#131

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 12, 1990, December 28, 1990rr, tape date: September 30, 1990
Item V1022/VHS

#132

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 26, 1990, tape date: September 30, 1990
Item V1023/VHS

#133

Comments/Descriptions

air date: Has not aired, tape date: October 26, 1990
Item V1023/VHS

#134

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 11, 1990, tape date: October 26, 1990
Item V1024/VHS

#135-136

Comments/Descriptions

air date: n.d., tape date: n.d.
Item V1025/VHS

#137

Comments/Descriptions

air date: February 15, 1990, June 28, 1991, tape date: October 27, 1990
Item V1025/VHS

#138

Comments/Descriptions

air date: February 1, 1990, tape date: October 27, 1990
Item V1026/VHS

#139

Comments/Descriptions

air date: December 14, 1990, January 25, 1991rr, tape date: November 17, 1990
Item V1026/VHS

#140

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 23, 1990, tape date: November 17, 1990
Item V1027/VHS

#141

Comments/Descriptions

air date: February 8, 1991, tape date: November 17, 1990
Item V1027/VHS

#142

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 8, 1991, tape date: November 18, 1990
Item V1028/VHS

#143

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 19, 1991, tape date: November 18, 1990
Item V1028/VHS

#144

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 30, 1990, June 7, 1991rr, tape date: November 18, 1990
Item V1029/VHS

#145

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 17, 1991, tape date: February 9, 1991
Item V1029/VHS

#146

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 22, 1991, tape date: February 9, 1991
Item V1030/VHS

#147

Comments/Descriptions

air date: March 1, 1991, June 21, 1991, tape date: February 9, 1991
Item V1030/VHS

#148

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 24, 1991, tape date: February 10, 1991
Item V1031/VHS

#149-150

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 5, 1991, tape date: February 10, 1991
Item V1032/VHS

#150-151

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 3, 1991 (Cinco De Mayo), tape date: March 2, 1991
Item V1033/VHS

#152

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 26, 1991, tape date: March 2, 1991
Item V1033/VHS

#153

Comments/Descriptions

air date: April 12, 1991, tape date: March 2, 1991
Item V1034/VHS

#154

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 5, 1991, tape date: March 2, 1991
Item V1034/VHS

#155

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 10, 1991 (Mother’s Day), tape date: March 3, 1991
Item V1035/VHS

#201

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October, 11, 1991, tape date: April 26, 1991
Item V1036/VHS

#202

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 27, 1991, tape date: April 26, 1991
Item V1037/VHS

#203

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 12, 1991, SRC November 15, 1991rr, tape date: April 26, 1991
Item V1037/VHS

#204

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 31, 1991, tape date: April 27, 1991
Item V3574/VHS

#204

Comments/Descriptions

air date: May 31, 1991, tape date: April 27, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#205

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 26, 1991, tape date: April 27, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#206

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 6, 1991, SRC November 22, 1991rr, tape date: April 27, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#207

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 9, 1991, tape date: July 13, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#208

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 30, 1991, tape date: July 13, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#209

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 19, 1991, tape date: July 13 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#210

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 8, 1991, SRC, tape date: July 14, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#211

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 2, 1991, tape date: July 14, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#212

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 29, 1991, tape date: July 14, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#213

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 1, 1991, SRC (Dia de los muertos), tape date: August 10, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#214

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 4, 1991, tape date: August 10, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#215

Comments/Descriptions

air date: December 6, 1991, tape date: August 10, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#216

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 23, 1991, SRC December 13, 1991 rr, tape date: August 11, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#217

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 13, 1991, tape date: August 11, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#218

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 25, 1991, tape date: August 11, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#219

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 20, 1991, December 27, 1991 rr, tape date: August 12, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#220

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 6, 1991, December 20, 1991 rr, tape date: August 12, 1991
Item V1038/VHS

#221

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 18, 1991, tape date: August 12, 1991
Item V3575/VHS

#207

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 9, 1991, tape date: July 13, 1991
Item V3576/VHS

#208

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 30, 1991, tape date: July 13, 1991
Item V3577/VHS

#209

Comments/Descriptions

air date: July 19, 1991, tape date: July 13 1991
Item V3578/VHS

#210

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 8, 1991, SRC, tape date: July 14, 1991
Item V3579/VHS

#211

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 2, 1991, tape date: July 14, 1991
Item V3580/VHS

#212

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 29, 1991, tape date: July 14, 1991
Item V3581/VHS

#213

Comments/Descriptions

air date: November 1, 1991, SRC (Dia de los muertos), tape date: August 10, 1991
Item V3582/VHS

#214

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 4, 1991, tape date: August 10, 1991
Item V3583/VHS

#215

Comments/Descriptions

air date: December 6, 1991, tape date: August 10, 1991
Item V3584/VHS

#216

Comments/Descriptions

air date: August 23, 1991, SRC December 13, 1991 rr, tape date: August 11, 1991
Item V3585/VHS

#217

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 13, 1991, tape date: August 11, 1991
Item V3586/VHS

#218

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 25, 1991, tape date: August 11, 1991
Item V3587/VHS

#219

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 20, 1991, December 27, 1991 rr, tape date: August 12, 1991
Item V3588/VHS

#220

Comments/Descriptions

air date: September 6, 1991, December 20, 1991 rr, tape date: August 12, 1991
Item V3589/VHS

#221

Comments/Descriptions

air date: October 18, 1991, tape date: August 12, 1991
Item V1039/VHS

#301

Comments/Descriptions

air date: January 24, 1992, tape date: December 15, 1991
Item V1040/VHS

#302

Comments/Descriptions

air date: January 10, 1992, tape date: December 15, 1991
Item V1040/VHS

#303

Comments/Descriptions

air date: January 31, 1992, tape date: December 15, 1991
Item V1040/VHS

#304

Comments/Descriptions

air date: January 3, 1992, tape date: December 16, 1991
Item V3590/VHS

#303

Comments/Descriptions

air date: January 31, 1992, tape date: December 15, 1991
Item V3591/VHS

#304

Comments/Descriptions

air date: January 3, 1992, tape date: December 16, 1991
Item V1041/VHS

#308

Comments/Descriptions

air date: February 7, 1992, tape date: February 1, 1991
 

Fox Latin America Channel Demo Reel

Box 5, Folder 6

Show rundowns 1992

Box 5, Folder 7

Show schedule 1992

 

100th “Anniversary Show

Comments/Descriptions

Paul was told nothing about the show. Each guest and every segment was a total surprise to him.
Item V1042/VHS

½” of Anniversary Show

Item V1043/UM

¾” Presentation reel put together to air at party held at Atlas Bar & Grill following taping of 100th show; a compilation of previous shows

 

Miscellaneous show tapes, n.d.

Item V1044/UM

¾” talent reel

Item V1045/UM

¾” 100th Shows clip reel

Item V1046/UM

¾” 100th Show music reel

Comments/Descriptions

60 minutes, music, performances
 

El Nuevo Show de Paul Rodriguez 1992

Comments/Descriptions

Univision Network aired this show during the same time slot as El Show de Paul Rodriguez in 1992. Only 10 shows were produced following several seasons run of “El Show.” Network wanted more comedy, less music and cut budget. Hence, we decided not to continue under those circumstances following these ten shows taped over a three-day period, each tape contains the following information: “59:15 mins., 32573, 01/11/93,Paul Rodriguez Productions, Inc., DFTC TO ADD TRK”, 1992
Item V1047/UM

101B December 18, 1992

Item V1048/UM

N102-103 December 15, 1992

Item V1049/UM

N103-102 December 16, 1992

Item V1050/UM

N104-105 December 17, 1992

Item V1051/UM

N105-106 December 17, 1992

Item V1052/UM

N106-107 December 17, 1992

Item V1053/UM

N107-108 December 17, 1992

Item V1054/UM

N108-4 December 17, 1992

Item V1055/UM

N109-9 December 18, 1992

Item V1056/UM

N110-10 December 18, 1992

Box 5, Folder 5

Show rundowns 1993

 

Fox Television Specials

Comments/Descriptions

Four Paul Rodriguez docu/comedy specials taped during same time period as the Univision Network Shows. The fourth, “Born to Ride” never aired. The others aired in the following order: “Behind Bars,” “Crossing Gang Lines,” “Back to School”
Item V1057/UM

Born to Ride 1990

Comments/Descriptions

RT: 23:30 mins., stereo, FOX Broadcast Network Operations, Air Copy, Close Captioned, ca. 1990
Item V3592/VHS

Fox Latin America Channel Demo Reel

Item V3593/VHS

Fox Latin America Channel Demo Copy 2

Item V1058/UM

Paul Rodriguez: Behind Bars

Comments/Descriptions

I Was Framed Productions, July 31, 1991, There Goes the Neighborhood Productions, Inc.
Item V1059/UM

Crossing Gang Lines

Comments/Descriptions

Paul Rodriguez, Length: 47:27 mins., November 19, 1991, D171002, I Was Framed Productions
Item V1060/UM

Back To School February 10, 1992

Comments/Descriptions

Paul Rodriguez, I Was Framed Productions, DUB, Viewing Only/Sweetened
 

Television Specials

Item V3573/DVD

American Latino Show 415

Comments/Descriptions

Show 415 Loco Slam, n.d.
Item V1061/VHS

#101

Comments/Descriptions

28:28 minutes
Item V1062/VHS

#102

Comments/Descriptions

28:46 minutes
Item V1063/VHS

#103

Comments/Descriptions

28:54 minutes
Item V1064/VHS

#104

Comments/Descriptions

27:54 minutes
Item V1065/VHS

Kennedy Center Concert of the Americas

Comments/Descriptions

½” VHS, a Kennedy Center event, but held at the James L. Knight Convention Center in Miami for President Clinton hosting 34 world 12 leaders from the Western Hemisphere at the Summit of the Americas. Dan Guerrero co-produced with Quincy Jones, the concept was to salute as many nations as possible thru performances breaking the Western Hemisphere into six “sections”: the U.S, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America (Brazil & Argentina), Dan Guerrero was responsible for identifying and locking in al the U.S. Latino and Spanish-speaking presenters and performances.
 

Navidad En Las Americas

Item V1066/UM

¾” tape 1994

Comments/Descriptions

taped at Disneyland, October 25, 1994 & aired on Univision, December 7, 1994
Item V1067/VHS

Behind the Scenes 1994

Comments/Descriptions

documentary, English language, ½” VHS, this TV special (Behind the Scenes) included a best-selling CD that debuted on Latin billboard charts at #38. It jumped to the #8 spot on the chart following airing the TV special. Behind the Scenes was taped at recording sessions across the country and Puerto Rico, 1994
Item V1068/VHS

Behind the Scenes 1994

Comments/Descriptions

documentary, Spanish language, ½” VHS, this TV special (Behind the Scenes) included a best-selling CD that debuted on Latin billboard charts at #38. It jumped to the #8 spot on the chart following airing the TV special. Behind the Scenes was taped at recording sessions across the country and Puerto Rico, 1994
Box 5, Folder 1

Behind the Scenes 1994

Comments/Descriptions

show rundown, (English Version) 22mins, 1994
Box 5, Folder 2

Behind the Scenes 1994

Comments/Descriptions

show rundown, (Spanish Version), 1994
Box 5, Folder 3

Concert Final Rundown 1994

Comments/Descriptions

Vicki Carr, Memories, Memorias, artistas invitados: Arturo Sandoval, Jack Jones, Pepe Aguilar, Un homenaje a la musica Latina en los estados unidoes de los años 40’s y 50’s, (p) & © Universal Music Latino
Item V1069/VHS

VHS

Item A6740/CD

Compact disc

Item V1070/VHS

Vida Awards 1995

Comments/Descriptions

special taped in Washington D.C. and aired nationally on NBC owned and operated stations, aired August 8, 1995
 

Live Non-Broadcast Events

Item V1071/VHS

Artes de Mexico

Comments/Descriptions

excellent run, footage including [illegible]!, opening ceremonies, Los Angeles City Hall, September 14, 1991, (see also Series VI: Photographs)
Item V1072/VHS

Artes de Mexico

Comments/Descriptions

L.A. City Hall, September 14, 1991, (see also SeriesVI: Photographs)
Item V1073/VHS

Carlos Almaraz: Remembered June 27, 1992

Comments/Descriptions

Dan Copy, June 27, 1992, TRT 1:50 min., (see also SeriesV: Carlos Almaraz)
Item V1074/VHS

Carlos Almaraz: Remembered June 27, 1992

Comments/Descriptions

TRT 21:00 min., (see also SeriesV: Carlos Almaraz)
Item V1075/VHS

Imagen Awards

Item V1076/VHS

Lalo and Amigos Act One and Two

Item V1077/VHS

Noche ’90

Comments/Descriptions

opening number (wide-shot), opening number (close-up), Lalo Guerrero (wide-shot), Lalo Guerrero (close-up)
Item V1078/VHS

Noche ’90 Tape #2

Item V1079/VHS

Otra Noche de la Riza ’91

Comments/Descriptions

Die Laughing, Armando Gonzalez
Item V1079/VHS

VHS

Box 5, Folder 4

Note 1991

Item V1080/VHS

4th Noche de Riza y Susto 1993

 

Carlos Almaraz

Comments/Descriptions

See also Series V: Carlos Almaraz
Cassette A6741/CS

Carlos Almaraz interviewed by Mark Guerrero May 15, 1976

Comments/Descriptions

recorded May 15, 1976, Highland Park California, “tape of an interview done by my brother Mark Guerrero on May 15, 1976 at Carlos’ home in Highland Park
Item V1074/VHS

Carlos Almaraz: Remembered June 27, 1992

Comments/Descriptions

TRT 21:00 min., LACMA event dated June 27, 1992
Item V1082/VHS

Carlos Almaraz: Remembered

Comments/Descriptions

Video Saludos, Paul Rodriguez Productions, Luis Valdes, Cesar Chavez, tape of LACMA video saludos I requested Cesar Chavez and Luis Valdez tape since they were unable to attend in person.
Cassette A6742/CS

Carlos Almaraz Tribute January 8, 1990

Comments/Descriptions

ARTS/LA on KCRW 89.9 fm, aired on January 8, 1990
Cassette A6743/CS

Lalo Guerrero/Mark Guerrero 1992

Comments/Descriptions

1. I Rememeber You, Carlos Almaraz (Lalo Guerrero) © 1992 Lalo Guerrero, 2. Ballad of Carlos Almaraz (Mark Guerrero) © 1991 Mark Guerrero, All Rights Reserved, tape of two corridos written and performed by Lalo Guerrero and Mark Guerrero for the LACMA event
Item V1083/VHS

Luis Valdez saludo for LACMA event

Reel V1084/R5

Lela Prods. Role 3.

Comments/Descriptions

1 reel-to-reel Sony video tape labeled “Lela Prods. Role 3.” Tapes dated from KCET show “Life and Times”… “I have never seen them, but they were given me by my close friend Nancy de los Santos who produced the shows at that time” – Dan Guerrero
Item V1085/BC

Almaraz 1

Item V1086/BC

Almaraz 2

Item V1087/BC

Almaraz 3

 

Miscellany

Item V1088/VHS

Al Dia Con Maria Conchita 1998

Comments/Descriptions

Show #062, Air Copy June 29, 1998, Señorita Anita Productions, Lalo Guerrero appearance on daily talk show hosted by Maria Conchita Alonso. Talk show ran for a year on Telemundo, executive produced by Dan Guerrero
Item V1090/BC-V1091/VBC

Alma Awards Gala May 17, 2002

Comments/Descriptions

Inaugural Alma Awards Gala, Biltmore Hotel L.A. La Adventurera show/news story
Item V3566/DVD

Al Punto con Jorge Ramos June 13, 2008

Comments/Descriptions

Univision. Miami
Item V3573/DVD

American Latino Show 415

Item V1092/VHS

Artes de Mexico

Comments/Descriptions

Dan Guerrero on Ch. 5, ‘Weekend Gallery’ story on the city-wide ‘Artes de Mexico Festival’ as producer of opening ceremonies, Counsel General of Mexico also guest and mask-maker Alfredo Calderon, LACMA representative discussed the exhibit of Mexican Art, 1991 (see also SeriesVI: Photographs)
Item V1082/VHS

Carlos Almaraz: Remembered

Comments/Descriptions

Video Saludos, Paul Rodriguez Productions, Almaraz video tributes by Luis Valdez and Cesar Chavez, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, June 27, 1992, (see also SeriesV: Carlos Almaraz)
Item V3548/DV

Cavern Club Gaytino 1 of 2 June 6, 2004

Item V3549/DV

Cavern Club Gaytino 2 of 2 June 6, 2004

Item V3538/VHS

Cavern Club Theatre May 2, 2004

Comments/Descriptions

Casita del Campo
Item V3539/VHS

Cavern Club Theatre June 6, 2004

Comments/Descriptions

Casita del Campo Restaurant, Silverlake CA
Item V3556/DV

Cavern Club Theatre 1 of 3 May 2, 2004

Item V3557/DV

Cavern Club Theatre 2 of 3 May 2, 2004

Item V3558/DV

Cavern Club Theatre 3 of 3 May 2, 2004

Item V1093/VHS

Cité de la Musique 1998

Comments/Descriptions

Lalo Guerrero, Flaco Jimenez, Chicano and Tex-Mex Concert, Paris, France, raw footage with time code
Item V3543/UM

Dan Guerrero Commercial Reel

Item V1094/VHS

Dan Guerrero 1995

Comments/Descriptions

KNBC Vida Awards News Story
Item V1095/VHS

Dan Guerrero and Lalo Guerrero Backstage

Comments/Descriptions

Orpheum Theatre Backstage after stage show, June, 23, 1999, “Telemundo News – (1999) backstage at Orpheum Theatre after live show I produced for “Last Remaining Seats” fundraiser for restoration of downtown LA movie palaces. Screening of ‘La Aventurera’”
Item V1096/VHS

Dan Guerrero on Café California ’99 1999

Comments/Descriptions

½ hour show, “Channel 22 – ‘Café California’
Item V1097/VHS

Dan Guerrero on Café California May 14, 2000

Comments/Descriptions

½ hour show
Item V1098/VHS

Dan Guerrero on Cristina/Univision 1991

Comments/Descriptions

taped at Universal Studios, Hollywood, panel on how to break into show business, in Spanish
Item V1099/VHS

Dan Guerrero on “Al Dia”/Vista L.A. 1998

Comments/Descriptions

‘Latinos in TV,” ABC-7, Vista L.A. story on Al Dia Con Maria Conchita talk show as executive producer, program is on ‘Latinos in T.V.’ and includes interviews with other Latinos in the industry (Bel Hernandez, Jeff Valdez)
Item V3552/DV

Danny G. 1 of 2

Item V3553/DV

Danny G. 2 of 2

Item V3540/VHS

Demo Reel from Cavern Club Performance

Item V3544/UM

Drama-Logue Awards January 16, 1983

Item V3545/UM

Drama-Logue Awards (Full Version) January 16, 1983

Item V3563/UM

Extra en Español June 5, 2006

Item V3562/DVD

Fox News Los Angeles May 28, 2008

Item V3567/DVD

From L.A. USA Dan Guerrero June 6, 2009

Item V3550/DV

Gaytino! 1 of 2 June 6, 2006

Item V3551/DV

Gaytino! 2 of 2 June 6, 2004

Item V3570/DVD

Gaytino! Casita Del Campo Cavern Club Theatre May 2, 2004

Item V3571/DVD

Gaytino! Center Theatre Group 1 of 2 March 30, 2005

Item V3572/DVD

Gaytino! Center Theatre Group 2 of 2 March 30, 2005

Item V3554/DV

Gaytino Discussion 1 of 2 March 22, 2004

Item V3555/DV

Gaytino Discussion 2 of 2 March 22, 2004

Item V3561/DV

Gaytino!

Comments/Descriptions

(Master 388319)
Item V3569/DVD

Gaytino World Premiere

Item V3568/DVD

Gaytino!

Comments/Descriptions

Written and performed by Dan Guerrero n.d
Item V3546/DV

Highway Performance Space Gaytino 1 of 2 February 2, 2005

Item V3547/DV

Highway Performance Space Gaytino 2 of 2 February 2, 2005

Item V3536/VHS

Highways Performance Space February 2, 2005

Item V3537/VHS

Highways Performance Space February 2, 2005

Item V3559/DV

Highways Perf. Space Gaytino 1 of 2 February 3, 2005

Item V3560/DV

Highways Perf. Space Gaytino 2 of 2 February 3, 2005

Item V1100/VHS

Hispanic Heritage Awards September 10, 2000

Comments/Descriptions

Vista L.A. story on Julinana Agosto [illegible], KACT-TV, September 10, 2000
Item V3564/DVD

KSTS Telemundo October 26, 2005

Comments/Descriptions

San Jose, CA
Item V3565/DVD

KTLA Latino Laugh Festival June 7

Comments/Descriptions

Los Angeles
Item V1101/VHS

L.A. City Council Meeting May 8, 1992

Comments/Descriptions

Artes de Mexico Presentation, L.A. Cityview 35, Friday, May 8, 1992
Item V1102/VHS

Lalo and Dan Guerrero in Lalo’s Tucson Barrio

Comments/Descriptions

label reads: “video presentation by Nancy Montoya for an event in Tucson, Dan Guerrero comments 00:17 minutes, Lalo and Dan 09:02 minutes, scenes of barrio 04:00 minutes,” content: footage of Dan and Lalo Guerrero in Tucson shot by local documentarian Nancy Montoya (mid-1990’s?) for a video short to be shown at dinner honoring Lalo Guerrero.
Item V1103/VHS

Latino Film Festival 1997

Comments/Descriptions

KCET-TV ‘Life and Times’ story on First International Los Angeles Latino Film Festival, 1997
Item V3541/VHS

Live from the Kirk Douglas Theatre: Gaytino March 2005

Item V3542/VHS

Loop Tape of Master Shot Gaytino July 25, 2004

Item V1089/BC

Los Angeles Conservancy June 23, 1999

Comments/Descriptions

stage show (complete)/news coverage
Item V1107/UM

Nosotros Golden Eagle Awards May 13, 1988

Comments/Descriptions

Beverly Hilton Conrad International Ballroom, 10 and 30 second promotions, 2hour TV program, news coverage clips
Item V1104/VHS

Nosotros Now with Marc Allen Trujillo 1987

Comments/Descriptions

with Marc Allen Trujillo, guests actress/singer Annette Cardona (later “Cha-Cha” in feature Grease with John Travolta) and Dan Guerrero, cable talk show
Item V1105/VHS

Nosotros Now August 9, 1988

Comments/Descriptions

cable talk show, solo guest Dan Guerrero returning to LA from NYC and discussing career as Latino casting director prior to turning to producing in 1990
Item V1106/BC

Vista L.A., Dan on Lalo

Comments/Descriptions

February 1997 with Clinton footage and UCLA “Cancion Mexicana” Show footage, “KABC (1997) ‘Vista L.A.’ story on Dad, Lalo Guerrero with footage of ‘Cancion Mexicana’ show I produced at UCLA’s Freud Theatre with Dolores Huerta and others” (see also Series IV: Lalo Guerrero)
 

Audio Material

Item A17209/CD

IMRU May 15, 2006

Item A17204/CD

IMRU Los Angeles June 11, 2007

Item A17203/CD

KALW San Francisco "Open Air" October 27, 2005

Item A17212/CD

KPBS San Diego "These Days" September 7, 2006

Item A17201/CD

KPFK "Global Village" December 18, 2006

Item A17211/CD

KPFK Los Angeles "Nuestra Voz" January 18, 2006

Item A17208/CD

KPFK "Pocho Hour of Power" Los Angeles

Item A17202/CD

KPFK "Uprising" Radio Show February 22, 2005

Item A17213/CD

LATINO USA National Program

Item A17205/CD

NPR "News and Notes" October 25, 2006

Item A17206/CD

Voces Series: Lalo docu as pledge special KUAT Tucson January 11, 2007

Item A17210/CD

ZOCALO RADIO Los Angeles April 19, 2006