Season 2 Episode 21

A Time Out of War

Aired Sunday 4:00 PM Feb 21, 1954 on CBS
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A Time Out of War
1) "A Time Out of War" is an award-winning film produced by student Dennis Sanders as his master's thesis at the University of Southern California and was photographed by his brother Terry. The plot is based upon Robert W. Chambers' Civil War story "Pickets". 2) Yale Shakespeare Festival with Burgess Meredith joining Alistair Cooke at Yale University where Dr. A. Whitney Griswold, President of Yale, explains the function of the Shakespearean Festival. Mr. Cooke tours some exhibits, talks with staff members and hears students enact scenes from "The Merry Wives of Windsor" in the original English. 3) South African Folk Songs by popular South African folksingers Josef Marais and Maranda are presented in a medley of popular tunes in their area. Burgess Meredith interviews them.moreless

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