|提及的人：||William Bradford Huie|
Tom Rieland; Dwight B Cammeron; Brent Davis; Donald R Noble; Bruce Dortin; University of Alabama. Center for Public Television & Radio.; Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs.; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
|注意：||Program description from Alabama experience WWW site.
Entry to the 1996 Peabody Awards, Documentary category.
"A special presentation of The Alabama Experience"--Opening credit.
Running time: 56:45.
"[This program was made possible in part by a grant from the] Alabama Humanities Foundation"--Soundtrack and credit.
"Copyright 1996 University of Alabama Center for Public Television and Radio"--End credit.
|餘額：||Principal videography, Preston Sullivan; videotape editors, Kevin Clay, Tony Holt; archive/research specialist[s], Tameka L. Jarmon, Shannon Livingston; for the Center: production manager, Mike Letcher.|
|表演者：||Narrator, Bruce Dortin; [interviews with: William Bradford Huie]; John Egerton, Stephen Whitfield, Wayne Greenhaw, William Butterworth, [writers]; Michael Dorman, Juan Williams, William F. Buckley, Larry Woods, Howell Raines, Bob Curran, [journalists]; Martha Hunt Huie [Huie's second wife]; Lenore Kahn [long-time friend]; Don Noble, University of Alabama.|
|活動注釋：||According to Brent Davis, program originally aired on Alabama Public Television on Nov. 14, 1996 and on PBS in October, 1997.|
|描述：||1 videocassette of 1 (VHS) (58 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in. arch master.|
|其他題名：||I'm in the truth business :
William Bradford Huie
|責任：||the University of Alabama Center for Public Television & Radio ; written and produced by Brent Davis, Don Noble ; for the Center: executive producers, Tom Rieland, Dwight Cammeron.|
"The Alabama Experience is television's most complete and compelling look at Alabama. Twice each week this award winning documentary thoughtfully examines Alabama's fascinating people and remarkable history. ... Alabama author William Bradford Huie sold 28 million books and seven of them were made into Hollywood movies. He also invented checkbook journalism when he investigated civil rights murders. This program profiles one of this century's most successful and controversial writers."--Alabama Experience WWW site. Uses photographs, archival footage, film clips, and interviews with journalists, authors, family and friends, and Huie himself to tell the story of Huie's life and work. Focuses on the major stories Huie covered, including WWII and the murders of Emmett Till, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner and James Chaney, and the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Includes clips from The Americanization of Emily and The execution of Private Slovik, and WWII footage of D-Day and the Pacific Campaign.