Camera Three - Season 1

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  • Americans Abroad
    Americans Abroad
    Episode 29
    8/12/56
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    Dr. Charles Roth subs for vacationing Moderator James Macandrew.
  • Daisy Miller
    Daisy Miller
    Episode 28
    8/5/56
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    A naive American girl, vacationing in Europe, brushes with complicated continental tradition and customs.
  • Ladies' and Gentlemen's Glossary for Conventions
    It features Dr. Malcolm Moos of Johns Hopkins University and K.W. Kenworthy of the New York Times.
  • An Elizabethan Miscellaney
    5/6/56
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    A procession of people, poetry and prose illustrating the expanding horizons of the 16th Century English way of life.
  • The Act of Rebellion Part III
    4/22/56
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    A three-part study of rebellion and the rebel. Part III. "The Artistic Time Bomb." An analysis of cultural rebellion.
  • The Act of Rebellion Part II
    4/15/56
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    A three-part study of rebellion and the rebel. Part II "The Independent Rebel" deals with an individual who revolts against society.
  • The Act of Rebellion Part I
    4/8/56
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    The first in a three-part program delving into the rebellious nature of man.
  • Intricate Image of Dylan Thomas
    3/25/56
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    The art of poetry in a portrait of the 20th century poet Dylan Thomas as a man through readings of his works of lyric poetry and prase are spoken. James Macandrew is the host of this show which features several selections of poetry by Dylan Thomas being recited by different personalities portraying Thomas and an interview by Macandrew with a professor from Rutgers University on Thomas' poetry writings.moreless
  • Toulouse-Lautrec
    Toulouse-Lautrec
    Episode 9
    3/18/56
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    The world and artistic achievement of the 19th century French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec will be explored.
  • Emily Dickinson
    Emily Dickinson
    Episode 7
    3/4/56
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    The delicate yet powerful lyrics of Emily Dickinson, American poetess of the late 19th century, are spoken today in a continuous solo performance by Lois Nettleton. The verse is arranged to suggest how Emily Dickinson came to write poetry.
  • Democratic Vistas
    Democratic Vistas
    Episode 6
    2/26/56
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    Walt Whitman's famous essay demonstrates his discouragement at what he saw in American. The sobering effects of the Civil War and the assasination of President Abraham Lincoln. "I have said that the soul is not more than the body, And I have said that the body is not more than the soul, And nothing, not God, is greater to one than one's self is, And whoever walks a furlong without sympathy walks to his own funeral drest in his shroud."moreless
  • Swan Lake
    Swan Lake
    Episode 5
    2/19/56
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    Dancers Maria Tallchief and Nicholas Magallanes from the New York City Ballet group evaluate and perform "Swan Lake" ballet.
  • Folk Song
    Folk Song
    Episode 4
    2/12/56
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    American folk music popular during the first half of the 19th century are performed as the balladiers pay a special tribute to Abraham Lincoln with a selection of Walt Whitman verses set to music.
  • Ozark Set
    Ozark Set
    Episode 3
    2/5/56
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    An interpretive picture of mid-American folkways will be presented by the John Butler Dance Theater when nine of its members perform to Elie Siegmeister's musical score in "Ozark Set".
  • The Rendezvous
    The Rendezvous
    Episode 2
    1/29/56
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    It is the melancholy end of a summer romance, as Michael Higgins the narrator observes when he sees a peasant girl meeting a valet in the woods one day.
  • The Dream of a Ridiculous Man
    1/22/56
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    A moralistic tale of a dream which helped a man renew his faith in living and in helping mankind. A man is convinced that life is futile. On the night he plans to kill himself he has a strange and inspiring dream.
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