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Films with: Murrow, Edward R.

Best of Person to person
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.' Features the Liberace interview re-enacted in 'Good night and good Luck.'
DVD 5602
Clinton and the law
Clinton High was the first school in Tennessee to desegregate -- an experience that led to chaos and violence. This program reports on the town's efforts in 1957 to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court's mandate in the face of coercive opposition. Footage of the Rev. Paul W. Turner preaching brotherhood and John Kasper expounding in his rhetoric of intolerance creates a vivid portrait of the times. Other individuals add their views, rounding out the picture of a community's successful struggle to reestablish law and order.
DVD 9179
Edward R. Murrow collection
Hosted by Mike Wallace, Walter Cronkite, and Dan Rather, this 4-pack set explores the life and groundbreaking work of Edward R. Murrow, America's most esteemed broadcast journalist.
DVD 4181