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[Free Speech Movement] U. C. Fallout: Let Freedom Rain?

News coverage of the sit-in protest and arrest of 800 student demonstrators at the University of California, Berkeley over demands to engage in political activity on campus. Film includes extensive panel discussion by professors, students, administrators, and politicians concerning the issue of "free speech" on the U.C. campus. Mario Savio, Clark Kerr, Edmund G. Brown, Joan Baez, Edward Strong. Panel: Owen Chamberlain, Joseph Tussman, Adrian Kragen, David Louisell, Scott Keech, Martin Roysher, Willie Brown...[et al.]. Cap Weinberger, moderator. 120 min. Pt. 1-3

[Person to Person] The Best of Person to Person

Host: Edward R. Murrow. The television series "Person to Person" which was central to the career of Edward R. Murrow as a developer of modern American journalism, introduced audiences to the private lives of celebrated figures. 90 min.
Related web sites:Edward R. Murrow information (Museum of Broadcast Communications)

[Person to Person] The Best of Person to Person

Host: Edward R. Murrow. From 1953 to 1959, Edward R. Murrow formally welcomed television viewers into the homes of the twentieth century's most well-known stars and celebrities on 'Person to Person.' Disc 1 features eleven interviews with notable Americans. Disc I: Interviewees: Dick Clark, Billy Graham, Andy Griffith, Oscar Hammerstein, John F.

[See It Now] Current Events, 1950's Style: 1951/1952.

Contains: Nixon's "Checkers" speech (9/23/52), See it now (12/23/51), See it now (2/24/52), See it now (6/29/52). In the "Checker's speech" Richard Nixon responds to accusations of receiving illegal campaign contributions. See It Now produced in the 50s by CBS, though not television's first public affairs program, was surely its most significant. Hosted by Edward R. Murrow, it was the first public affairs show to use its own film footage instead of newsreel; no interviews were rehearsed and it pioneered the use of field producers, who supervised the filming on location.

[See It Now] The Best of See It Now.

Hosted by Mike Wallace, this documentary presents original footage from the CBS See It Now television series in which Edward R. Murrow documented the news of the previous week, inviting viewers to witness history and to meet the people directly shaping events. Uses original footage from the CBS See It Now television series in which Edward R. Murrow documented the news of the previous week, inviting viewers to witness history and to meet the people directly shaping events. c1991.

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