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Richard III
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Roberts Blossom, 1924-2011, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Nan Martin, 1927-2010, Woodrow Parfrey, 1922-1984, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 24 mins
"Scenes from Shakespeare's "Richard III" showing his steady progression into deceit. Performers: Robert Blossom, Robert Lansing, Frank Groseclose, Arthur Malet, Nan Martin, and Wayne Tippit. 1957."
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616; directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Roberts Blossom, 1924-2011, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Nan Martin, 1927-2010, Woodrow Parfrey, 1922-1984, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 24 mins
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The Alchemist
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written by Ben Jonson, 1573-1637; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by James Cahill, fl. 1964-1989, John Heffernan, 1934-, Roy Scheider, 1932-2008, Dennis Longwell, fl. 1964, Philip Minor, 1927-1991, Rex Robbins, 1935-2003 and Mario Siletti, 1897-1977 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 29 mins
"Excerpts from Ben Jonson's 17th century "comedy of humors" -- "The Alchemist" --in which a con man with a "philosopher's stone" dupes respectable but greedy members of the establishment. With the cast of the 1964 off-Broadway production. With James Cahill, John Heffernan, Dennis Longwell, Philip Minor, Rex Robbin...
written by Ben Jonson, 1573-1637; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by James Cahill, fl. 1964-1989, John Heffernan, 1934-, Roy Scheider, 1932-2008, Dennis Longwell, fl. 1964, Philip Minor, 1927-1991, Rex Robbins, 1935-2003 and Mario Siletti, 1897-1977 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 29 mins
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As I Lay Dying
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written by Bernardo Segall, 1911-1993 and William Faulkner, 1897-1962; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Valerie Bettis, 1919-1982, Laurence Luckinbill, 1934-, Thatcher Clarke, fl. 1961-1965, Joyce Trisler, fl. 1965-1972, William Reilly, fl. 1962-1965, Leland Palmer, 1945- and Patrick Cummings, fl. 1963-1970 (Creative Arts Television, 1965), 28 mins
"Portions of a dance-drama based on William Faulkner's novel "As I Lay Dying", by choreographer-dancer-actress Valerie Bettis. The cast of dancers: Valerie Bettis, Thatcher Clarke, Patrick Cummings, Leland Palmer, William Reilly, and Joyce Trisler; with actor Lawrence Luckinbill. The original music is by Bernardo...
written by Bernardo Segall, 1911-1993 and William Faulkner, 1897-1962; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Valerie Bettis, 1919-1982, Laurence Luckinbill, 1934-, Thatcher Clarke, fl. 1961-1965, Joyce Trisler, fl. 1965-1972, William Reilly, fl. 1962-1965, Leland Palmer, 1945- and Patrick Cummings, fl. 1963-1970 (Creative Arts Television, 1965), 28 mins
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Chips With Everything
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written by Sir Arnold Wesker, 1932-2016; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Norman Allen, 1939-, Edward Burrell, fl. 1964, Gary Bond, 1940-1995, Tony Caunter, 1937-, Dallas Cavell, 1925-1993, Barry Evans, 1943-1997, Derek Fowlds, 1937-, Robert Hewitt, 1922-, George Innes, 1938-, John Levitt, fl. 1953-2005, James Luck, fl. 1960-1964, John Noakes, 1934-, Corin Redgrave, 1939-2010, Terence Taplin, fl. 1964-1977, Michael Standing, 1939- and Frank Wylie, 1935-1994 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 23 mins
"Excerpts from Arnold Wesker's play "Chips with Everything" with the cast of its current (1964) Broadway production: Norman Allen, Gary Bond, Edward Burrell, Tony Caunter, Dallas Cavell, Barry Evans, Derek Fowlds, Robert Hewitt, George Innes, John Levitt, James Luck, John Noakes, Corin Redgrave, Terrence Taplin, M...
written by Sir Arnold Wesker, 1932-2016; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Norman Allen, 1939-, Edward Burrell, fl. 1964, Gary Bond, 1940-1995, Tony Caunter, 1937-, Dallas Cavell, 1925-1993, Barry Evans, 1943-1997, Derek Fowlds, 1937-, Robert Hewitt, 1922-, George Innes, 1938-, John Levitt, fl. 1953-2005, James Luck, fl. 1960-1964, John Noakes, 1934-, Corin Redgrave, 1939-2010, Terence Taplin, fl. 1964-1977, Michael Standing, 1939- and Frank Wylie, 1935-1994 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 23 mins
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Diary of a Madman
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written by Nikolai Gogol, 1809-1852; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by William Hickey, 1927-1997 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 28 mins
"An adaptation of the off-Broadway production of Gogol's work, "Diary of a Madman", performed by William Hickey, about a clerk's disintegration into madness. 1964."
written by Nikolai Gogol, 1809-1852; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Sig Moglen, fl. 1964-1996, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by William Hickey, 1927-1997 (Creative Arts Television, 1964), 28 mins
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Dog Years
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written by Günter Grass, 1927-2015; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Charles Durning, 1923-2012, Judith Granite, fl. 1985 and Philip Baker Hall, 1931- (Creative Arts Television, 1966), 28 mins
"Excerpts from the off-Broadway theater "The World of Gunter Grass", the subject of Grass' recent book "Dog Years." Performers: Judith Granite, Charles Durning, Philip Baker Hall. 1966."
written by Günter Grass, 1927-2015; directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Dan Gallagher, fl. 1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Charles Durning, 1923-2012, Judith Granite, fl. 1985 and Philip Baker Hall, 1931- (Creative Arts Television, 1966), 28 mins
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Henry V
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, James Coco, 1930-1987, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971, Paul Sparer, 1923-1999 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 25 mins
"Scenes from Shakespeare's "Henry V", showing stages in the maturing of Hal. Performed by Robert Lansing (Henry V, Prince Hal), James Coco, Frank Groseclose, Arthur Malet, Joseph Ruskin, Richard Shephard, Paul Sparer and Wayne Tippit. 1957."
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Clay Yurdin; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, James Coco, 1930-1987, Frank Groseclose, fl. 1957, Arthur Malet, 1927-, Joseph Ruskin, 1924-, Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971, Paul Sparer, 1923-1999 and Wayne Tippit, fl. 1954-2000 (Creative Arts Television, 1957), 25 mins
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Last Letters from Stalingrad
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written by Joseph Hurley, fl. 1959-1962 (1943); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Clair Roskam, fl. 1957-1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by J.D. Cannon, 1922-2005, Edwin Sherin, 1930-, Jon Voight, 1938-, Ted Gunther, fl. 1955-1969, John Horn, fl. 1963-2003, Louis Edmonds, 1923-2001, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, 1921-, Michael Wager, 1925-, Martin Rudy, 1915- and Sean Garrison, 1937- (Creative Arts Television, 1962), 27 mins
"A theatrical arrangement of the last letters from the great World War Two battle at Stalingrad in January 1943, written by German soldiers before they were captured or killed. Impounded by the German high command, the letters were never delivered -- they expressed feelings of fear, disillusionment, the uselessnes...
written by Joseph Hurley, fl. 1959-1962 (1943); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996; produced by Clair Roskam, fl. 1957-1963, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by J.D. Cannon, 1922-2005, Edwin Sherin, 1930-, Jon Voight, 1938-, Ted Gunther, fl. 1955-1969, John Horn, fl. 1963-2003, Louis Edmonds, 1923-2001, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, 1921-, Michael Wager, 1925-, Martin Rudy, 1915- and Sean Garrison, 1937- (Creative Arts Television, 1962), 27 mins
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To Be Young, Gifted and Black
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written by Lorraine Hansberry, 1930-1965 (1969); directed by Gene Frankel, 1923-2005 and James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973; produced by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York, NY and Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Cicely Tyson, 1933-, Rita Gardner, fl. 1961-2006, Gertrude Jeanette, 1914-, Bruce Hall, 1919-2002, Janet League, fl. 1964-1978, Tina Sattin, fl. 1969, Stephen Strimpell, 1937-2006, Dolores Sutton, 1927- and Bernard Ward, fl. 1969 (Creative Arts Television, 1969), 29 mins
"Excerpts from the current (1969) off-Broadway production at the Cherry Lane Theater of "To Be Young, Gifted and Black: The World of Lorraine Hansberry" adapted by Robert Nemiroff (Hansberry's widower) and directed by Gene Frankel. In the cast: Dolores Sutton, Bruce Hall, Bernard Ward, Janet League, Cicely Tyson,...
written by Lorraine Hansberry, 1930-1965 (1969); directed by Gene Frankel, 1923-2005 and James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973; produced by James MacAllen, fl. 1957-1973, Cherry Lane Theatre, New York, NY and Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Cicely Tyson, 1933-, Rita Gardner, fl. 1961-2006, Gertrude Jeanette, 1914-, Bruce Hall, 1919-2002, Janet League, fl. 1964-1978, Tina Sattin, fl. 1969, Stephen Strimpell, 1937-2006, Dolores Sutton, 1927- and Bernard Ward, fl. 1969 (Creative Arts Television, 1969), 29 mins
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As I Lay Dying
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written by William Faulkner, 1897-1962; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, Robert Armstrong, 1890-1973, Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, Ralph W. Chambers, 1892-1968, Philip Coolidge, 1908-1967, Warren Feigin, fl. 1956-1988, Edith King, 1896-1973, Susan Oliver, 1932-1990 and Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971 (Creative Arts Television, 1956), 27 mins
Dramatization of part of William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying," about the death of the mother of a rural Mississippi family.
written by William Faulkner, 1897-1962; produced by Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, Robert Armstrong, 1890-1973, Robert Lansing, 1928-1994, Ralph W. Chambers, 1892-1968, Philip Coolidge, 1908-1967, Warren Feigin, fl. 1956-1988, Edith King, 1896-1973, Susan Oliver, 1932-1990 and Richard Shepard, fl. 1956-1971 (Creative Arts Television, 1956), 27 mins
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