SHYMANSKI, ROSSER.
DeAundra Peek audiovisual materials, 1991-2004

Emory University

Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Atlanta, GA 30322

404-727-6887

rose.library@emory.edu

Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/vncdz

Collection Stored Off-Site

All or portions of this collection are housed off-site. Materials can still be requested but researchers should expect a delay of up to two business days for retrieval.


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Shymanski, Rosser.
Title: DeAundra Peek audiovisual materials, 1991-2004
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 1516
Extent: AV Masters: 4 linear feet (4 boxes)
Abstract:Video recordings of DeAundra Peek's television show, an Atlanta, Georgia, public access television program that ran from 1991-2005.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Collection stored off-site. Researchers must contact the Rose Library in advance to access this collection.

Use copies have not been made for audiovisual material in this collection. Researchers must contact the Rose Library at least two weeks in advance for access to these items. Collection restrictions, copyright limitations, or technical complications may hinder the Rose Library's ability to provide access to audiovisual material.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Source

Purchased from Rosser Shymanski in 2021.

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], DeAundra Peek audiovisual recordings, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

Appraisal Note

Randy Gue, Associate Director of Collection Development and Curator of Social, Political, and Cultural Movements Collections for Rose Library acquired this collection as part of the library's holdings in LGBTQ history in Atlanta, Georgia. All material received with the collection was retained, including empty cases, and those titles are in the container list.

Processing

Arranged and described at the item level by Laura Starratt, October 11, 2021. The archivist included program numbers and season information in parentheses which were taken from the tape cases as well as the notes found in the container list. Annotations from the cases are also included as a note with the container list titles.

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Collection Description

Biographical Note

Rosser Shymanski was born in Avon Park, Florida, in 1957 but grew up in Bradenton, Florida. He attended the University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida), graduating with a degree in television production. While away at college, Shymanski came out and started performing at Pride events and at local clubs. In 1983, Shymanski moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and started performing on Dick Richards' The American Music Show. At the suggestion of Dick Richards, he created DeAundra Peek as part of the Singing Peek Sisters Act, as well as several other regular characters over the years. A spin-off of the American Music Show was developed and focused on DeAundra Peek, the perpetual sixteen-year-old musical prodigy and teenage southern belle. It was broadcasted weekly from the community room at "Odums All-Doublewide Mobile Homes Court in Palmetto, Georgia." By 1988, DeAundra Peek was a sought-after act in the Atlanta club scene and performed at venues including Colorbox, 688, Velvet, The Popcorn Lounge, and Club Rio. This local popularity led to performances throughout the 1990s across the country including SPEW 2 Fest (Los Angeles, California); San Francisco (California) Pride; the Limelight (New York, New York); and the Pyramid Club (New York, New York) as well as nine consecutive years at Lady Bunny's Wigstock in NYC. In 1991, the Fox show, Best of the Worst (hosted by Greg Kinnear), identified DeAundra Peek's show as "the best" in a roundup of public-access programming that was "so bad, you loved it." The entire Peek family was also on a special episode of Access America on the HA! network, hosted by Fred Willard in 1990.

In addition to performing, Shymanski also had a long career with Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB). Starting in 1988, he held several roles including as production manager on the series, Georgia Traveler. Shymanski retired from GPB in 2019.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of 140 VHS recordings of the Atlanta, Georgia, public access television show featuring Rosser Shymanski as DeAundra Peek from 1991-2004, and six VHS cases that do not include a tape. While all the tapes have the label, DeAundra Peek's TV Station, Rosser Shymanski explained, in 2021, the show's initial title was DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club. However, the show's title changed every "season" which was usually filmed over a weekend though the show was not necessarily aired in order of creation. Other titles include Nitetime Soiree Partie, Most Fun Summer Playhouse, and Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theater as well as holiday specials like the Special Halloween Movie Event and DeAundra Peek's Christmas Special. In cases where there was no title listed on the tape, DeAundra Peek's TV Station is used as the title. The show focused on DeAundra Peek as the youngest member (and first of the sisters to be played by a man; later, Baby Jean Peek was played by Paul Burke) of the Singing Peek Sisters and highlighted her performances and original music videos; interactions with guests, including RuPaul as an occasional guest host as well as other queer entertainers; community news; and recipes for Vienna Sausages.

Arrangement Note

Arranged on chronological order by aired date (according to notes on tape cases).


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Container List

Box Folder Content
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 1, 1991 Fall), 1991 September 20 [original: VHS]

"TONIGHT: DeAundra begins the Fall '91 season with a presentation of Nelson's Life in Video with part one."

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 5, 1991 Fall), 1991 October 18 [original: VHS]

"TONIGHT: DeAundra continues the Fall '91 season with a special presentation of Nelson's Life in Video."

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (off season 1 ), 1993 August 13 [original: VHS]

"Space Seed with RuPaul"

AV4 - Special Movie Presentation: Police Lady 2 (American Music Show, program 10), 1994 July 21

no tape, only VHS case

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (offseason 3), 1994 September 2 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 5

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (off season 4), 1994 September 9 [original: VHS]
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 2), 1994 September 30 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 3" "Little Miss Odums with Rona"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 4), 1994 October 14 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 2"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 6), 1994 October 28 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 7" also, "Little Miss Odums with Barbara

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 7), 1994 November 4 [original: VHS]
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 9), 1994 November 18 [original: VHS]
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 10), 1994 November 25 [original: VHS]

"Guest host, RuPaul"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 12), 1994 December 9 [original: VHS]

"Short version Fall 1998, program 12" Sent to Minneapolis July 23, 1991

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 4), 1995 February 2 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 4"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 8), [1995?] March 10 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 8"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 10), [1995?] March 24 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Summer 2001, program 13"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Ultra Style Bin (program 13, 2001 Fall), 1996 May 11 [original: VHS]

"Gone to Winter 1998, program 3"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Ultra Style Bin (program 8), 1997 January 7 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Peace Episode, Winter 1999, program 11"

AV1 - Christmas Special (program 13), 1997 January 21 [original: VHS]

"Shortened on to Fall 1998, program 13. Also shortened to Fall 2003, program 13"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 3, 1997 Summer), 1997 May 30 [original: VHS]

"TONIGHT: More fun from Odum's Trailer Park with DeAundra Peek and Duffy Odum."

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 4, 1997 Summer), 1997 June 6 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Fall 1999, program 6"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 4, 1997 Winter), 1997 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show Promo (60 seconds), 1997 Winter), 1997
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 1), 1999 January 20 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 1"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 11, 2000 Winter), 2000 March 3 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 2004, program 1"

AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Countdown Show (program 9, 2000 Winter), 2000 March 17

No tape, only VHS case. "Gone to Summer 2003, program 11"

AV4 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 13, 2000 Winter), 2000 April 14

No tape, only VHS case."Gone to Summer 2003, program 12"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 8, 2000 Fall), 2000 November 3 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 2003, program 13"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 9, 2000 Fall), 2000 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 7, 2002 Summer), 2000

no tape, only VHS case

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 6, 2001 Winter), 2001 February 23 [original: VHS]

Note on container, "29:33 - shortened to program 6, Fall 2003"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's 2001 Trailer Oddessy (program 1, 2001 Summer), 2001 May 18 [original: VHS]

RuPaul at Danceteria

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's 2001 Trailer Oddessy (program 2, 2001 Summer), 2001 May 24 [original: VHS]

"Walking around New York City with RuPaul"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's 2001 Trailer Oddessy (program 4, 2001 Summer), 2001 June 8 [original: VHS]

"RuPaul at Danceteria"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's 2001 Trailer Oddessy (program 3, 2001 Summer), 2001 June 15 [original: VHS]

"RuPaul at Pyramid with Felicia"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Most Fun Summer Playhouse (program 5, 2001 Summer), 2001 June 15 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Most Fun Summer Playhouse (program 6, 2001 Summer), 2001 June 22 [original: VHS]

"Sweet and Sour Picnic Vienners Sandwich"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Most Fun Summer Playhouse (program 9, 2001 Summer), 2001 July 13 [original: VHS]
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 3, 2001 Fall), 2001 September 28 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 2004, program 3"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 9, 2001 Fall), 2001 November 9 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 2004, program 9"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 12, 2001 Fall), 2001 November 30 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 2004, program 12"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 2, 2001 Winter), 2001 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Nelson Special, part 2 (program 4, 2002 Winter), 2002 February 8 [original: VHS]
AV2 - Nelson Special, part 3 (program 5, 2002 Winter), 2002 February 15 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 9, 2002 Winter), 2002 March 15 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 10, 2002 Winter), 2002 March 22 [original: VHS]

"Teenage Music Club"

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 11, 2002 Winter), 2002 March 29 [original: VHS]

"Nelson Videos"

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 12, 2002 Winter), 2002 April 5 [original: VHS]

"Nelson Video"

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 13, 2002 Winter), 2002 April 12 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 4, 2002 Summer), 2002 June 7 [original: VHS]

Note on container that the content was originally program 4, Fall 1999, but was shortened to program 7, Fall 2004

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 6, 2002 Summer), 2002 June 21 [original: VHS]

Note on container, "Gone to Fall 2004, #6"

AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 8, 2002 Summer), 2002 July 5

no tape, only VHS case

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 10, 2002 Summer), 2002 July 19 [original: VHS]

Note on container that the content was originally program 10, Summer 2002, but was shortened to program 10, Fall 2004

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 11, 2002 Summer), 2002 July 24 [original: VHS]

Note on container that the content was originally program 11, Summer 2002, but was shortened to program 11, Fall 2004

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 12, 2002 Summer), 2002 August 2 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 2, 2002 Fall), 2002 September 20 [original: VHS]

"SPECIAL PRESENTATION: DeAundra live at Wigwood 1999 with Betty Jack Devine, Irina Saxxon and the Dueling Bankheads."

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 4, 2002 Fall), 2002 October 5 [original: VHS]
- DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 5, 2002 Fall), 2002 October 12 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 5, 2002 Fall), 2002 October 18 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 8, 2002 Fall), 2002 November 1 [original: VHS]

"No Slate, tone, disclaimer, or credit"

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 9, 2002 Fall), 2002 November 8 [original: VHS]
AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 10, 2000 Fall), 2002 November 15 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 11, 2002 Fall), 2002 November 23 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 12, 2002 Fall), 2002 November 29 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 13, 2002 Fall), 2002 December 6 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 3, 2002 Fall), 2002 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 7, 2002 Fall), 2002 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 12, 2002 Summer), 2002 August 2 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 6, 2002 Fall), undated [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Fall 2004, program 1"

AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 8, 2002 Winter), 2002 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 3, 2003 Winter), 2003 January 30 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Ultra Style Bin (program 4, 2003 Winter), 2003 February 6 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 5, 2003 Winter), 2003 February 14 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 6, 2003 Winter), 2003 February 21 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 8, 2003 Winter), 2003 March 7 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Ultra Style Bin (program 1, 2003 Summer), 2003 May 8 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek 2000 (program 2, 2003 Summer), 2003 May 14 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek 2000 (program 4, 2003 Summer), 2003 June 4 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek 2000 (program 5, 2003 Summer), 2003 June 4 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 6, 2003 Summer), 2003 June 18 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 7, 2003 Summer), 2003 June 25 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 8, 2003 Summer), 2003 July 3 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 10, 2003 Summer), 2003 July 16 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 11, 2003 Summer), 2003 July 23 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 12, 2003 Winter), 2003 July 23 [original: VHS]

"Guest Host RuPaul"

AV3 - DeAundra Peek's 2001 Trailer Oddessy (program 13, 2003 Summer), 2003 August 6 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 1, 2003 Fall), 2003 August 30 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 3, 2003 Fall), 2003 September 24 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 4, 2003 Fall), 2003 October 1 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 5, 2003 Fall), 2003 October 10 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 6, 2003 Fall), 2003 October 11 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 7, 2003 Fall), 2003 October 22 [original: VHS]

"Shoppin' Show"

AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 8, 2003 Fall), 2003 October 31 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 11, 2003 Fall), 2003 November 20 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 10, 2003 Fall), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 12, 2003 Fall), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Christmas Special (program 13, 2003 Fall), 2003 [original: VHS]

"Shoppin' Show"

AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 9, 2003 Fall), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek 2000 (program 3, 2003 Summer), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Ultra Style Bin (program 1, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 10, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 11, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 12, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 13, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV3 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 7, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]

also "Deeper and Deeper (Madonna song)

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 9, 2003 Winter), 2003 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's TV Show (program 2, 2003 Winter), undated [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 1, 2004 Winter), 2004 January 16 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 3, 2004 Winter), 2004 January 29 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 4, 2004 Winter), 2004 February 4 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 5, 2004 Winter), 2004 February 12 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 6, 2004 Winter), 2004 February 17 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 7, 2004 Winter), 2004 February 17 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 8, 2004 Winter), 2004 March 5 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 9, 2004 Winter), 2004 March 5 [original: VHS]

"DeAundra Peek, along with HelloHeidi, welcomes RuPaul back to show business with all RuPaul videos."

AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 10, 2004 Winter), 2004 March 17 [original: VHS]
AV4 - Peace Episode (program 11, 2004 Winter), 2004 March 24 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 12, 2004 Winter), 2004 March 24 [original: VHS]
- DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 1, 2004 Summer), 2004 May 14 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's TimeBomb TV Pizzaland Special (program 3, 2004 Summer), 2004 May 26 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Hi Class Hall O'Fame Theatre (program 4, 2004 Summer), 2004 May 26 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Most Fun Summer Playhouse (program 7, 2004 Summer), 2004 June 23 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Most Fun Summer Playhouse (program 8, 2004 Summer), 2004 June 23 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 9, 2004 Summer), 2004 June 23 [original: VHS]

"Space Seed Video Freakout Party"

AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Teenage Music Club (program 10, 2004 Summer), 2004 July 14 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 11, 2004 Summer ), 2004 July 22 [original: VHS]

"Guest Host RuPaul; Space Seed Video Freakout Party"

AV4 - Space Seed Video Freakout Party (program 12, 2004 Summer), 2004 July 29 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 13, 2004 Summer), 2004 August 6 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 2, 2004 Fall), 2004 September 15 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 3, 2004 Fall), 2004 September 18 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 4, 2004 Fall), 2004 September 31 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 5, 2004 Fall), 2004 October 1 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 6, 2004 Fall), 2004 October 14 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 7, 2004 Fall), 2004 October 14 [original: VHS]
AV4 - Special Halloween Movie Event: Wayne Hollowell's Police Lady 2 (program 8, 2004 Fall), 2004 October 24 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 9, 2004 Fall), 2004 October 28 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 13, 2004 Fall), 2004 December 3 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 1, 2004 Fall), 2004 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 10, 2004 Fall), 2004 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 11, 2004 Fall), 2004 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 12, 2004 Fall), 2004 [original: VHS]

"TONIGHT: More fun with Odum's trailer park with DeAundra Peek and Duffy Odum."

AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Video Funhouse (program 2, 2004 Summer), 2004 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Most Fun Summer Playhouse (program 6, 2004 Summer), 2004 [original: VHS]
AV4 - DeAundra Peek's Ultra Style Bin (program 13, 2004 Winter), 2004 [original: VHS]

"Shake Starbooty"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Nitetime Soiree Partie (program 2, 2004 Winter), 2004 [original: VHS]

"Shortened to Winter 1999, program 9"

AV1 - DeAundra Peek's Salon de Odum's (program 7), [?] March 2 [original: VHS]

"Shoppin' Show" "Has been copies and shortened to Fall 1998, program 11"

AV2 - DeAundra Peek's Television Station (program 10), [?] November 17 [original: VHS]
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