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American Playwrights at Joseph Papp's Public Theater
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directed by John Musilli, 1936-1991; produced by John Musilli, 1936-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1976), 28 mins
"An exploration of the goals and techniques of Joseph Papp's famous enterprise in New York City, The Public Theater, plus interviews with playwrights David Freeman, John Guare, and Myrna Lamb. Excerpts of their plays are seen as finished productions or works in progress. The plays highlighted are David Freeman's "...
directed by John Musilli, 1936-1991; produced by John Musilli, 1936-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1976), 28 mins
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The Association of Producing Artists Rehearse Ibsen
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directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1967), 28 mins
"The APA ("Association of Producing Artists") rehearses and discusses scenes from Ibsen's "The Wild Duck", with Sidney Walker, Donald Moffat, Clayton Corzatte, Betty Miller and Jennifer Harmon. Stephen Porter, director. 1967."
directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1967), 28 mins
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A Child's Christmas in Wales
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written by Dylan Thomas, 1914-1953; directed by Bruce Minnix, 1923-2014; produced by Clair Roskam, fl. 1957-1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Richard Francis Burton, 1821-1890 (Creative Arts Television, 1961), 27 mins
This 1961 Camera Three production features Richard Burton reading A Child's Christmas in Wales, by Dylan Thomas.
written by Dylan Thomas, 1914-1953; directed by Bruce Minnix, 1923-2014; produced by Clair Roskam, fl. 1957-1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Richard Francis Burton, 1821-1890 (Creative Arts Television, 1961), 27 mins
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Death Of A Salesman
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written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005; directed by Alex Segal, 1915-1977; produced by Daniel Melnick, 1932-2009 and David Susskind, 1920-1987, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Lee J. Cobb, 1911-1976, Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, James Farentino, 1938-, Albert Dekker, 1905-1968, Edward Andrews, 1914-1985, George Segal, 1934-, Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Bernie Kopell, 1933-, Marge Redmond, 1930-, Marc Fiorini, 1940-, Karen Steele, 1931-1988, June Foray, 1917- and Joan Patrick, fl. 1961-1968 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 1 hour 46 mins
This award-winning TV adaptation of Death of a Salesman of Arthur Miller's masterwork stars Academy Award-winning actor Lee J. Cobb (12 Angry Men, On the Waterfront) in his heartbreaking portrayal of Willy Loman and the ultimate incoherence of the American Dream. The production is directed by Alex Segal, who won a...
written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005; directed by Alex Segal, 1915-1977; produced by Daniel Melnick, 1932-2009 and David Susskind, 1920-1987, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Lee J. Cobb, 1911-1976, Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, James Farentino, 1938-, Albert Dekker, 1905-1968, Edward Andrews, 1914-1985, George Segal, 1934-, Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Bernie Kopell, 1933-, Marge Redmond, 1930-, Marc Fiorini, 1940-, Karen Steele, 1931-1988, June Foray, 1917- and Joan Patrick, fl. 1961-1968 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 1 hour 46 mins
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Dwight MacDonald and The Second City
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written by Dwight MacDonald, 1906-1982; directed by John J. Desmond, fl. 1960-1988; produced by Clair Roskam, fl. 1957-1963, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1961), 27 mins
"Discussion and performance about satire and parody, with Dwight MacDonald, author of "Parodies, From Chaucer to Beerbohm and After". With Chicago's "Second City" troupe performing three improvisational skits and numbers from their Broadway show "From the Second City". The troupe includes Barbara Harris, Severn Da...
written by Dwight MacDonald, 1906-1982; directed by John J. Desmond, fl. 1960-1988; produced by Clair Roskam, fl. 1957-1963, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1961), 27 mins
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Eleonora Duse Discussed by Eva LeGallienne and Julie Harris
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directed by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973; produced by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1973), 28 mins
"Two celebrated actresses of two generations --Eva LeGallienne and Julie Harris -- reminisce about a legendary forerunner of an earlier time: Eleonora Duse. LeGallienne, who had seen Duse perform, wrote "The Mystic in the Theater", a biography about the great actress, and came to own many of her personal possessio...
directed by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973; produced by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1973), 28 mins
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The Enemies
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written by Anton Chekhov, 1860-1904; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Michael Strong, 1924-1980 and Richard Waring, 1910-1993 (Creative Arts Television, 1960), 14 mins
"Dramatization of two short stories: (1) Chekhov's "The Enemies", about a doctor whose child had died and a cuckolded husband (his patient). (2) Frank O'Connor's "Son Without Words" about two Trappist monks whose talk reveals their lurid thoughts."
written by Anton Chekhov, 1860-1904; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Michael Strong, 1924-1980 and Richard Waring, 1910-1993 (Creative Arts Television, 1960), 14 mins
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German Theater of Protest
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directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 26 mins
This documentary features German Theater from 1918-1938.
directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 26 mins
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Histoire du soldat
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written by Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, 1878-1947 and Igor Stravinsky, 1882-1971 (1918); produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Max Adrian, 1902-1973, Annabelle Gold, fl. 1906-1957, Arthur Malet, 1927- and James Mitchell (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 27 mins
"Portions of the renowned experimental theater work "L'Histoire du Soldat" by Igor Stravinsky, from 1918. Performance by James Mitchell, Annabelle Gold, Arthur Malet, Max Adrian. Emanuel Vardi conducts the orchestra; choreography is by Anna Sokolow. The work blends narration, dance, music and characters in changin...
written by Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, 1878-1947 and Igor Stravinsky, 1882-1971 (1918); produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Max Adrian, 1902-1973, Annabelle Gold, fl. 1906-1957, Arthur Malet, 1927- and James Mitchell (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 27 mins
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The Making of a Musical: Do I Hear a Waltz?
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directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1965), 27 mins
Discussion of the production of "Do I Hear a Waltz?" with Arthur Laurents, author of the book for the show, Beni Montresor, set designer, and lyricist Stephen Sondheim. Includes graphics from the scene design and former productions on which the musical is based. 1965.
directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System (Creative Arts Television, 1965), 27 mins
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