You Call That Music? (2015) - Series of six one-hour specials in which famed music critic Harold Scherbin dissects the world's great recordings.
Rudolph's Glorious Easter (2013) - Further adventures of Rudolph and a new group of friends including Lester, the Green Footed Easter Bunny.
RIAAL Heroes! (2010) - Special showcasing the contributions of the RIAA.
The Paths Of Least Resistence (2006) - Two-hour special showcasing famous shortcuts throughout history.
The Kid Who Needed An Avid (2002) - Industrial Christmas video made on spec for the Avid Corporation in the hopes of attaining a free Avid.
VROOOM!!! (1998) - Lifetime achievement award video produced for the NASCAR '95 Convention. The story of the man who created the sound of Volkswagen engines.
Video Doctor (Healing The Sick) (1997) - 10-part home doctor instruction course.
Benneton's Multi-Cultural Madness (1995) - Live concert from the Ben & Jerry's factor, hosted by Wavy Gravy and Kate Moss.
Kennedy Center Honors (1994) - Cut from the original broadcast in 1994, the Kennedy Center honored the three Manka brothers posthumously.
North Hollywood High School - Video Yearbook '84 (1984) - At one of the low points of the studio, Manka Bros. was hired on a work-for-hire basis and produced the video yearbook for North Hollywood High School.
Vic Tayback's Wayback Machine (1983) - Relive the past with your host Vic Tayback. [Tayback quit after two episodes because his paycheck bounced.]
North Hollywood High School - Video Yearbook '83 (1983) - At one of the low points of the studio, Manka Bros. was hired on a work-for-hire basis and produced the video yearbook for North Hollywood High School.
Pray (1982) - Series of primetime specials offering inspiration to the downtrodden. [As the studio was nearing financial collapse, several Manka executives appeared on the show.]
North Hollywood High School - Video Yearbook '82 (1982) - At one of the low points of the studio, Manka Bros. was hired on a work-for-hire basis and produced the video yearbook for North Hollywood High School.
Ginsu Cop (1982) - Hour-long infomercial for a new set of Ginsu knives disguised as an hour-long cop drama. [Another low point for the studio.]
Designer Label Jean Challenge (1981) - Infomercial made to look like a game show. Contestants guess which designer jeans are cooler - Jordache, Sassoon, Sergeo Valente, Calvin Kleins - produced by Levis.
Pryor Commitment (1981) - After Richard Pryor's freebasing accident, Bill Cosby offered to stand in delivering stand-up material Pryor had written.
Sitter In A Box (1980) - Produced for parents, this video babysitter entertains the kids and sings them to sleep while you're off at the movies or at a bar.
Rip Van Pryor (1980) - Richard Pryor falls asleep in the green room of the Comedy Store and wakes up in the year 2000. He goes on stage and performs his act from 1980.
Your GuideTo The Susan B. Anthony Dollar (1979) - Produced for the General Accounting Office (GAO), this video details all the fun advantages of the coin dollar vs. the annoyingly inconvenient paper dollar.
The Forgotten War (1978) - A Manka Bros. televised April Fool's joke in which a war is recreated that was never fought and didn't even exist.
Hansel & Gretel In Lollyland (1977) - One-hour holiday special. Further adventures of "Hansel & Gretel" in the magical land inhabited by a race of puppets known as the Lollys.
The Gay Ark (1975) - Produced and narrated by Anita Bryant for the Baptist Church. How we might not have been here if the Ark was built in San Francisco in 1975.
A Moment Of Your Time... (1974) - Series of public service announcements. [Features included: An explanation of how the Fibonacci Series of numbers can be found within today's television programming and how astroturf was created by Monsanto in 1964.]
Golden Triangle '73 (1973) - Rock concert for peace staged in the region where Burma, Thailand and Laos meet (the Golden Triangle - also known as the world's largest producer of heroin). [Even under threats of bombing by the Khmer Rouge, for some reason, many of rocks top acts wanted to perform in this region.]
Happy Hanukah, Mr. Manka (1970) - Televised special celebrating the life and career of Manka Bros. studio chief Harry Manka.