Season 1 Episode 11


Aired Sunday 4:00 PM Jan 18, 1953 on CBS
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The first segment is a story written by William Saroyan called "Vive" about two old men engaged in painting a wall in Paris, who apply their amateur philosophies to the passing scene. Starring Bert Lahr and Bobby Clark. Later each of the vaudeville stars will present their classic stage bits. The second segment The Paris Ballet presents "The Servant With Two Masters" a play written by Carlo Goldini. The play begins as a woman travels to Venice disguised as her dead brother in search of the man who killed him, her lover Florindo. Florindo was forbidden to marry her by her brother who knew he was only after her dowry. The third segment "Barn Dance" is done through time-lapse motion picture photography and ingenious editing of picture and sound, Canadian cinematographer Ernest Reid portrays special kinds of barns (and animals) that "dance" to some good old fashioned country music. The fourth segment "The Haircut" has the camera examines the battle between the barber and a number of small children during a Saturday afternoon session. Various gymnastic tactics are shown while the barber deals with these setbacks with good humor.moreless

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