Person to Person - Season 2

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  • July 1, 1955
    July 1, 1955
    Episode 44
    7/1/55
    0.0
    Edward R. Murrow's guests for the final program of the season are Prime Minister Nu of Burma and Connee Boswell and her husband Harry Leedy. An official reception where some 400 diplomats have gathered at the Burmese Embassy to honor and welcome Prime Minister U Nu of Burma, on his first visit to this country. Mr. Nu will welcome Person to Person at the embassy immediately after he big reception ends. Mrs. Nu will be present as will Mr. and Mrs. James Barringtpn, the Burmese Ambassador to the United States. The other half of the program comes from New York and the apartment of Connee Boswell and her agent-husband, Harry Leedy. Couple has been married for 19 years and Connee has been in show biz most of her life.moreless
  • June 24, 1955
    June 24, 1955
    Episode 43
    6/24/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Ernie Kovacs and wife Edie Adams in their New York apartment with their two children. Amy Vanderbilt author of The Complete Book of Etiquette with her three children will be interviewed from their Westport Connecticut home. Shie is a direct descendant of the first Canderbilts to settle in America. Her grandfather invented the modern stitch used in baseballs.moreless
  • June 17, 1955
    June 17, 1955
    Episode 42
    6/17/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Dr. Allen B. DuMont, pioneer in the electronics industry. And in the second segment Carol Haney, Broadway actress and dancer.
  • June 10, 1955
    June 10, 1955
    Episode 41
    6/10/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits Bob Hope and family in California and John Galbreath in New York.
  • June 3, 1955
    June 3, 1955
    Episode 40
    6/3/55
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    Author and actress Cornelia Otis Skinner and Jazz pioneer W.C. Handy are interviewed.
  • May 27, 1955
    May 27, 1955
    Episode 39
    5/27/55
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    Margaret Truman sits in for Edward R. Murrow tonight From New York, she pays a long-distance visit to her parents, former President Harry S. Truman and his wife Bess at their home in Independence, Missouri. The Truman family will be seen for the full half-hour. Edward R. Murrow was in England this week, where he is covering the British elections.moreless
  • May 20, 1955
    May 20, 1955
    Episode 38
    5/20/55
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    Edward R. Murrow travels to Omaha, Nebraska, to visit with General Curtis LeMay, head of the SAC. Murrow also interviews Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy in New York.
  • May 13, 1955
    May 13, 1955
    Episode 37
    5/13/55
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    Oscar Hammerstein II and his wife, Dorothy welcome Murrow to their New York apartment. Oscar is famous as one-half of the Hammerstein-Rodgers team that turned out such great shows as Oklahoma and South Pacific. Mrs. Hammerstein is a noted interior decorator so will probably have some tips on decoration. The other half of the show is devoted to Betty Furness and her 15-year-old daughter Barbara. They'll be 'at home' in their Manhattan apartment and we hope Betty doesn't have to show her kitchen appliances.moreless
  • May 6, 1955
    May 6, 1955
    Episode 36
    5/6/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits Charles Collingwood and his wife Louise Albritton in their New York apartment. And in the second segment, Murrow interviews Ethel Barrymore from her home in the Pacific Palisades, California.
  • April 29, 1955
    April 29, 1955
    Episode 35
    4/29/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits with concert violinist Yehudi Menuhin and his wife in their New York hotel suite. Murrow's second visit is with Rocky Graziano who will show his family in Forest Hills, his dog who is bigger than he is, and tell you about his best selling book whose rights have been sold to the movies.moreless
  • April 22, 1955
    April 22, 1955
    Episode 34
    4/22/55
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    Edward R. Murrow stops at the New York apartment of Sophie and Adam Gimbel. Sophie known as dress designer "Sophie of Saks" and her husband, president of Saks Fifth Ave; are an important part of the New York mercantile and fashion world. Murrow goes to the home of Yogi Berra far baseball talk. In addition to hearing about Yankee chances you'll meet Yogi's wife and kids, and take a look at his workshop.moreless
  • April 15, 1955
    April 15, 1955
    Episode 33
    4/15/55
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    Edward R. Murrow pays a visit to the New York home of the "Last of the red-hot Mamas", the indestructible Sophie Tucker. The philosophical songstress relives with Ed some of those days from her fabulous career. Murrow interviews another well known figure, Federal Judge Harold R. Medina, makes his TV appearance along with Mrs. Medina, in their New York City apartment. Judge Medina, known for his lucidity and charm, makes this session another topnotch affair.moreless
  • April 8, 1955
    April 8, 1955
    Episode 32
    4/8/55
    10
    Edward R. Murrow interviews Marilyn Monroe and Amy Greene-Andrew and her husband Milton H. Greene and stops at New York's Savoy Plaza Hotel to visit with Sir Thomas Beecham, conductor of London's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Lady Beecham of London, England. Lady Beecham, a noted pianist Betty Humby.
  • April 1, 1955
    April 1, 1955
    Episode 31
    4/1/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Academy Award winning actor Marlon Brando. And Clarence Pickett, Secretary of the American Friends Service Committee.
  • March 25, 1955
    March 25, 1955
    Episode 30
    3/25/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews host of TV's "Home" show, Arlene Francis and Industrialist-oilman Clint Murchinson in their homes.
  • March 18, 1955
    March 18, 1955
    Episode 29
    3/18/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Hotel magnate Conrad N. Hilton and Red Buttons in their homes.
  • March 11, 1955
    March 11, 1955
    Episode 28
    3/11/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Jose Ferrer and his wife singer-actress Rosemary Clooney; and T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner of the IRS turned to presidential candidate in 1956.
  • March 4, 1955
    March 4, 1955
    Episode 27
    3/4/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits ballerina Alicia Markova and singer-cowboy Roy Rogers and his wife Dale Evans.
  • February 25, 1955
    February 25, 1955
    Episode 26
    2/25/55
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Jazz guitarist and inventor Les Paul and his wife Mary Ford and Lt. Gen. James Doolittle, World War II U.S. Army Air Force General awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic Doolittle Raid.
  • February 18, 1955
    February 18, 1955
    Episode 25
    2/18/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits jack-of-all-trades Steve Allen at home in New York with his wife TV star Jayne Meadows. After the interview Steve will be off to the Hudson Theater to emcee another session of "that other network's" show, "Tonight". Ed's next stop is Joliet, Illinois where he visits the prison apartment of Joseph E. Ragen, warden of the Illinois State Penitentiary.moreless
  • February 11, 1955
    February 11, 1955
    Episode 24
    2/11/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits the home of Esther Williams and then performs a minor miracle by taking restauranteur Toots Shor out of his eatery long enough to be interviewed.
  • February 4, 1955
    February 4, 1955
    Episode 23
    2/4/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits Kathleen Winsor, author of "Forever Amber" and "I've Got a Secret" host Garry Moore.
  • January 28, 1955
    January 28, 1955
    Episode 22
    1/28/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits actor William Holden and magazine model Jean Patchett.
  • January 21, 1955
    January 21, 1955
    Episode 21
    1/21/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits with coloratura soprano Patrice Munsel and literary critc John Mason Brown, famous for coining the line, "America is a land where men govern, but women rule".
  • January 14, 1955
    January 14, 1955
    Episode 20
    1/14/55
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    Edward R. Murrow visits theatrical showman Billy Rose and actress Helen Hayes.
  • January 7, 1955
    January 7, 1955
    Episode 19
    1/7/55
    0.0
    Edward R. Murrow interviews museum director-curator Francis Henry Taylor, Dinah Shore and George Montgomery.
  • December 31, 1954
    December 31, 1954
    Episode 18
    12/31/54
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    Edward R. Murrow visits Surrealist artist Salvador Dali and Peggy Wood star of TV's "Mama" based on Kathryn Druten's award-winning novel and movie "I Remember Mama".
  • December 24, 1954
    December 24, 1954
    Episode 17
    12/24/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews entertainer, humorist and pianist Victor Borge and John Daly, news correspondent and moderator of "What's My Line?".
  • December 17, 1954
    December 17, 1954
    Episode 16
    12/17/54
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    Edward R. Murrow visits mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens and Clergyman and author Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.
  • December 10, 1954
    December 10, 1954
    Episode 15
    12/10/54
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    Edward R. Murrow visits writer-broadcaster, Lowell Thomas and singer, trumpeter and big band leader, Vaughn Monroe.
  • December 3, 1954
    December 3, 1954
    Episode 14
    12/3/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Bing Crosby and his sons, Gary, Dennis, Phillip and Lindsay at their Holmby Hills home.
  • November 26, 1954
    November 26, 1954
    Episode 13
    11/26/54
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    Edward R. Murrow visits actor Maurice Evans and singer Joni James.
  • November 19, 1954
    November 19, 1954
    Episode 12
    11/19/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Lillian Gish who argues charmingly but ineptly for a Secretary of Fine Arts to be added to the President's Cabinet, and Robert Q. Lewis surprising few viewers by denying that he is a comedian.
  • November 12, 1954
    November 12, 1954
    Episode 11
    11/12/54
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    Edward R. Murrow visits husband and wife actors Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, leader of the mobilization of America and world support for the founding of the State of Israel.

  • November 5, 1954
    November 5, 1954
    Episode 10
    11/5/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Justice William O. Douglas and Benny Goodman.
  • October 29, 1954
    October 29, 1954
    Episode 9
    10/29/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Football coach Lou "Luigi Piccolo" Little and magnificent Contralto Marian Anderson.
  • October 22, 1954
    October 22, 1954
    Episode 8
    10/22/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Secretary General of the United Nations, Dag Hammarskjold and Parisian cabaret singer turned actress Denise Darcel.
  • October 15, 1954
    October 15, 1954
    Episode 7
    10/15/54
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    Edward R. Murrow visits the homes of Martha Raye and Pakistani Prime Minister Mohammed Ali.
  • October 8, 1954
    October 8, 1954
    Episode 6
    10/8/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews actress Janet Gaynor and Musical Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy in their homes.
  • October 1, 1954
    October 1, 1954
    Episode 5
    10/1/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews author Walter White and "Your Show of Shows" star Sid Caesar in their homes.
  • September 24, 1954
    September 24, 1954
    Episode 4
    9/24/54
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    Edward R. Murrow interviews Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson and actress Eva Marie Saint in their homes.
  • September 17, 1954
    September 17, 1954
    Episode 3
    9/17/54
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    Edward R. Murrow takes us to the homes of "the Hostess with the Mostess", Perle Mesta of Washington and the man best equipped by nature to eat watermelon crescents, comedian Bert Lahr.
  • September 10, 1954
    September 10, 1954
    Episode 2
    9/10/54
    0.0
    Edward R. Murrow talks to New York State athletic commissioner, Robert K. Christenberry at home with his family in New York City. Murrow's second visit is with singer-actress Eartha Kitt.
  • September 3, 1954
    September 3, 1954
    Episode 1
    9/3/54
    8.0
    Edward R. Murrow interviews Humphrey Bogart and his wife Lauren Bacall; and blind pianist and satirist Alec Templeton and his wife.
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