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Austin Coffee House Show Video Collection
An Inventory of the Austin Coffee House Show Video Collection
The Austin Coffee House Shows were produced at the Public Access facilities between 1995 and 1999 by Eugene Cuny in collaboration with David Arnsberger and Robert ‘Bart’ Bartley. Initially known as Studio 4A Productions when produced at the Time Warner studios off Mopac, but later changed to Four Star Productions when productions moved to East Austin headquarters of ACTV. David Arnsberger was the primary host for most of the shows. He was a member of the Uranium Savages, and promoter of SPAM-O-RAMA, so he had many contacts within the artistic community. The set was designed to make the guests feel at ease at the same time aiming for an edgy look. Guests were chosen to span the cultural map of Austin. They included artists, musicians, writers, and others such as Austin City Limits producer Terry Lickona, KXAN producer Jim Swift, City of Austin Councilmember Max Nofziger, and several others.
The collection contains 15 DVDs which represent many of the shows in the series called “The Austin Coffee House Show”, produced between 1995 and 1999. These were half hour interview shows which aired on Austin public access TV. Interviews were carried out by David Arsberger, Gene Cuny (as Chase Sanborn), Robert ‘Bart’ Bartley (as Bart Starbuck), and John Fox (as Max Wellhouse). Interviewees include: Guy Juke, Max Nofziger, Richard Garriott, Jim Franklin, James White, Jim Swift, John Kelso, Chris Wall, Kerry Awn, Cleve Hattersley, Tim O’Connor, Tim Jones, Terry Lickona, Turk Pipkin, Ed Van Der Voort, Casey Monahan, Joe Nick Patoski, Micael Priest and others.
Restrictions on Access
Open to all Users.
Restrictions on Use
None. Donor would like to be informed of any commercial usage of this footage.
DVDs donated by the producer of the programming.
Austin Coffee House Show Video Collection (AR.2013.001). Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.
Processing and Finding Aid By/Date: Tim Hamblin/ February 2013
The following section contains a detailed listing and description of the materials in the collection.