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Season 8 Episode 28

Finders in the Dark

Aired Sunday 11:30 AM Mar 24, 1963 on CBS
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Finders in the Dark
The late poet John V.A. Weaver wrote in two languages: English and American according to H.L. Mencken, author of "The American Language". Weaver was the first to write poetry successfully in the vernacular. He later turned to the more conventional literary English. Both are heard in a dramatic presentation by actress Peggy Wood. Current president of the American National Theater and Academy and a distinguished performer for more than 50 years, including several as TV's "Mama", Miss Wood has been touring American universities presenting readings of the poems of Weaver, who was her first husband. from "Ghost" by John V.A. Weaver Just when you think you got me wiped out clear, Some bird that's singin' - moonlight on a hill - Some lovely thing'll hurt like it would kill, And you'll hear somethin' whisperin', "he's here"...moreless

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