Sorting through a pile of half-inch open-reel videotapes I bought for a pittance along with a machine, I found something I need information about. This is a television special called Tut: The Boy King, narrated by Orson Welles, which appeared on NBC in conjunction with an exhibit of the Treasures of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun's Tomb at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, apparently some time in the middle nineteen-seventies. It was sponsored by Exxon and the Hartford insurance organisation. Can anyone tell me anything about this programme? I only have the first half-hour, clearly taped off-air by someone disregarding the notice on the back of the machine not to record copyrighted materials, and I'd like to know more about it than just what appears in the video.