Camera Three - Season 3

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  • The Story Teller
    The Story Teller
    Episode 49
    8/31/58
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    Irish short-story writer Frank O'Connor guests today and talks about the lost art of story telling and demonstrates how a story should be told.
  • The Tell Tale Heart
    The Tell Tale Heart
    Episode 48
    8/24/58
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    Edgar Allan Poe's short-story "The Tell Tale Heart" as narrated by Michael Kane is dramatized.
  • Ivy Day in the Committee Room
    8/17/58
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    A dramatization of James Joyce's "Ivy Dav in the Committee Room". Interesting characters spark this behind-the-scenes comment Joyce made many years ago, about ward heelers promoting votes for their candidates. Though there are no surprises in the acid dialogue, the fire and candor of Joyces language is refreshing to hear.
  • Emily Dickinson: Portrait of a Poet
    8/10/58
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    The 19th century New England poetess (as portrayed by Lois Nettleton) reads selections from her lyrics.
  • A Study in Philosophy
    8/3/58
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    Delves into the minds of two famed philosophers to find out what they are thinking today.
  • Irish Literature [Part III]
    7/27/58
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    Conclusion of the three-part study of Irish literature.
  • Irish Literature [Part II]
    7/20/58
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    Part II of the program in a study of Irish literature.
  • Irish Literature [Part I]
    7/13/58
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    Irish literature will be reviewed in a 3-part series on Camera Three. James MacAndrew will introduce the first part which will take up the work of James Joyce, Sean O'Faolam, Sean O'Casey, Frank O'Connor and Padraic Colum.
  • The Music of Kurt Weill
    6/29/58
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    Lotte Lenya sings as the program is devoted to music of her late husband Kurt Weill.
  • Primitive Art
    Primitive Art
    Episode 40
    6/22/58
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    The program takes a look at caveman drawings and other early works of art.
  • Garcia Lorca [Part II]
    6/15/58
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    This is the concluding part of a two-part program on the late Spanish poet and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca. Today "The Poet in New York" with James Macandrew conducting the discussion of Lorca's poetry.
  • Garcia Lorca [Part I]
    6/8/58
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    James Macandrew begins a two-part program on the 20th century Spanish poet and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca. Today there is a discussion of Lorca's plays "Blood Wedding", "Yerma" and "The House of Bernardo Alba".
  • Sketches by Boz
    Sketches by Boz
    Episode 37
    6/1/58
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    James Macandrew conducts a discussion of this collection of stories by Charles Dickens.
  • The Antagonists: Grant [Part II]
    5/18/58
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    Part Two study of the Civil War Generals takes a look at Ulysses S. Grant.
  • The Antagonists: Lee [Part I]
    5/18/58
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    First of a 2-part study of the great Civil War generals is a revealing portrait of Robert E. Lee, which conveys the sincerity, the stature and the personality of the general in very appealing terms.
  • Sacco-Vanzetti Case (Part II)
    5/11/58
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    Dramatic conclusion of the two-part program based on the true case from 1920 about Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, two Italian immigrants and devout anarchists, were accused of robbery and murder. Their subsequent trial and execution captivated the world and exposed many of the cultural and political tensions of 1920s America.moreless
  • Sacco-Vanzetti Case (Part I)
    5/4/58
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    This dramatic narrative brings into focus the highlights of famous trial of sacco and vanzeth excerpts from actual speeches by the presiding judge, the prosecutor, the defense attorney and the accused reveal the tension of the times, the devastating but circumstantial evidence, and the prejudice around which the case was founded.moreless
  • Report From the Moon
    3/23/58
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    A look at the plans that are now afoot to send human beings to the moon. Today's program shows what they are likely to find there.
  • Krazy Kat
    Krazy Kat
    Episode 26
    3/16/58
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    A look at a long-running series of black and white cartoons produced by Columbia Pictures starting in 1929 until 1935. Krazy Kat was first introduced in 1916 in Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse.
  • Interview with W. H. Auden
    3/9/58
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    W.H. Auden talks about his work and art and being a poet.
  • Poems of W. H. Auden
    3/2/58
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    Several selections of poetry by W.H. Auden being recited by Jim Ambandos, Peter Brandon, Irene Dailey, Rita Lloyd, Nick Savian and Michael Tolan.
  • Sense and Sensibilty
    2/2/58
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    A dramatization and look into Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibilty.
  • Mark Twain's Nightmare
    1/26/58
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    For most of his life Mark Twain was beset with nightmares. Today presents a fantasy in which Twain meets some of his own characters and critics.
  • The Idiot Part II
    The Idiot Part II
    Episode 14
    12/22/57
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    Part two of the program dramatization on Dostoyevski's novel "The Idiot".
  • The Idiot Part I
    The Idiot Part I
    Episode 13
    12/15/57
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    First of a two-part program dramatization on Dostoyevski's novel "The Idiot".
  • Folk Music
    Folk Music
    Episode 12
    12/8/57
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    A look at American folk music. Folksinger-guitarist Dylan Todd guests.
  • James Agee
    James Agee
    Episode 11
    12/1/57
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    Excerpts from writings of James Agee, poet, novelist and essayist who died two years ago.
  • German Culture: Part III
    11/17/57
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    A take up of the German cabaret before the Nazi came to power. Political, social and economic foibles found expression via comedy, satire, song and story, in blues and ballad stuff.
  • German Culture: Part II
    11/10/57
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    Part 2 looks at German culture during Hitler's reign.
  • German Culture: Part I
    11/3/57
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    A look at German culture in Germany before Hitler came to power.
  • The Traveler - Sentimental and Otherwise
    A look at the wanderlust for adventure through poems and music.