Camera Three - Season 2

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Episode Guide

  • The Four Kings (Part IV of four parts)
    Part 4 of Shakespeare's dramatization of "The Four Kings." Conclusion with Richard III.
  • The Four Kings (Part III of four parts)
    Part 3 of Shakespeare's dramatization of "The Four Kings."
  • The Four Kings (Part II of four parts)
    Part 2 of Shakespeare's dramatization of "The Four Kings."
  • The Four Kings (Part I of four parts)
    8/25/57
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    Based on Shakespeare's "The War of the Roses" this is a dramatization of the plays Richard II; Henry V; Henry VI and Richard III.
  • Oliver Hardy
    Oliver Hardy
    Episode 51
    8/18/57
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    "Camera Three" delves into the lives of Laurel and Hardy as it considers American humor and humorists. After the rest passing of Oliver Hardy on August 7th, 1957, film footage and rememberances are talked about.
  • Stendahl
    Stendahl
    Episode 48
    7/28/57
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    This episode is about Stendhal, with particular reference to two of his works, "On Love" and "The Life of Rossini."
  • Ten American Presidents
    5/19/57
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    Four American Presidents are described as "just below greatness," including Polk and Johnston, while six are termed unquestionably great men of their times. Quotations are offered from the speeches of Jefferson Teddy Roosevelt and others.
  • The Art of the Short Story
    4/28/57
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    Two short stories are dramatized, one by the Russian master Anton Chekhov and an interesting two-character tale by Frank O'Connor. The latter makes effective use of pantomime and recorded conversation.
  • The Story of the Soldier
    3/10/57
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    A jazz ballet interpretation choreographed by Anna Sokolow of L'Histoire du Soldat.
  • Japanese Culture: Part II
    2/24/57
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    Part 2 of the dramatization of the 11th century Japanese novel "The Tale of Genji" by Lady Murasaki.
  • Japanese Culture: Part I
    2/17/57
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    Part 1 of a dramatization of the 11th century Japanese novel "The Tale of Genji" by Lady Murasaki.
  • Victorian Charades
    Victorian Charades
    Episode 15
    12/9/56
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    The first of a series of programs devoted to the Victorian Age. "Victorian Charades", with selections from literature of that period. Excerpts from Tennyson's "Ulysses" and "Locksley Hall", Browning's "My Last Duchess" and Matthew Arnold's "Dover Beach" are included.
  • Jose Limon
    Jose Limon
    Episode 14
    12/2/56
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    Jose Limon and his dance company dancers Ruth Currier, Lucas Hoving and Betty Jones. Excerpts from six modern dance works by Jose Limon and his company of dancers choreographed by Doris Humphrey and Limon himself. Excerpts from six modern dance works by Jose Limon and his company of dancers choreographed by Doris Humphrey and Limon himself. Includes brief commentaries by Jose Limon, including a voiceover introduction to the Moor's Pavene in which he explains the intentions of the work. Most of the works are danced fully or partly in rehearsal clothes. Highlights: Day on earth / Doris Humphrey Lament for a bullfighter / Jose Limon Moore's Pavane / Jose Limon The exiles / Jose Limon Theater piece / Doris Humphrey Nightspell / Doris Humphrey.moreless
  • The Life of Joseph Conrad: Part II
    11/25/56
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    Part Two of a two-part series devoted to the Polish-English author Joseph Conrad.
  • The Life of Joseph Conrad: Part I
    11/18/56
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    Part One of a two-part series devoted to the Polish-English author Joseph Conrad. Today Conrad will be portrayed by an actor, who will use the author's written words to express his ideas on life and writing.
  • African Folk Music
    African Folk Music
    Episode 9
    10/28/56
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    Host James Macandrew welcomes featured recording stars Marais and Miranda from the South African Veld.
  • The United Nations: Extraordinary Session
    In the setting of the United Nations Building in New York City, James Macandrew presents the dramatized idea of the cosmopolitanism inherent in the organization of the United Nations. The delegates to this "cultural conference" are the spiritual fathers of the UN: poets, historians, artists, novelists and philosophers from other countries and other centuries. Each delegate gives his impression of a country other than his own.moreless
  • As I Lay Dying
    As I Lay Dying
    Episode 6
    10/7/56
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    A family struggles to return Addie's body to Jefferson where she was born. Unforeseen obstacles arise starting with the bridge being out, the lack of food and money leading to further unfortunate mishaps, arson and rape but eventually a new beginning for the family.
  • Jonathan Swift
    Jonathan Swift
    Episode 5
    9/30/56
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    The life and writings of Jonathan Swift will be studied on Camera Three. "Gulliver's Travels" will be especially significant.
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