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Hallmark hall of fame. The man who tore down the wall

Author: Albert McCleeryJoseph SchrankEdward StephensonPeter KortnerJules SeidmanAll authors
Publisher: United States : [NBC, 1955-04-17]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Story from 1910 of Dr. James Ewing, who fought to break down the barriers erected against the investigation and treatment of cancer, and who "almost single-handedly founded the Memorial Cancer Center in New York City."
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Genre/Form: Live shows
Biographies
Historical re-creations
Anthologies
Drama
Biography Drama
Named Person: James Ewing
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Albert McCleery; Joseph Schrank; Edward Stephenson; Peter Kortner; Jules Seidman; Jack Bear; Fred Williams; Peter Graves; Tristram Coffin; Philip Tonge; Robert Brubaker; Tyler McVey; William Schallert; Hallmark Cards, Inc.; NBC Television Network.; National Broadcasting Company, inc.
OCLC Number: 422934496
Notes: Live show; biography; historical re-creation; anthology; series.
Episode title given as The Story of Dr. James Ewing in: Television drama series programming, 1947-1959 / Larry James Gianakos.
Probably produced by NBC Television Network.
Bracketed information in performance credits and quoted portion of synopsis transcribed from voice over.
Originally broadcast Sunday evening, April 17, 1955, according to Television drama series programming, 1947-1959 / Larry James Gianakos. Broadcasting network supplied from: Total television / Alex McNeil.
"Live from Hollywood"--Voice over.
Credits: Scenic consultant, Edward Stephenson. Story editors, Ethel Frank, Peter Kortner; musical director, Jules Seidman; costumes, Jack Bear. Technical director, Harold Platt; video, Ken Pascoe; makeup, Fred Williams.
Cast: [Starring] Peter Graves as Dr. James Ewing; [with] Tristram Coffin (Dr. Parsons), Philip Tonge (Dr. Barman); Robert Brubaker (Dr. Douglas), William Schallert (Dr. Janeway); Tyler McVey (Dr. Stokes), Karen Steele (Nurse).
Contents: Commercials: Hallmark Slim Jim cards --
Hallmark Mother's Day cards --
Hallmark anniversary cards --
Public service announcements. American Cancer Society --
Hallmark hall of fame. Aimee de Rivery--television promo --
Hallmark hall of fame. Touch of steel--television promo --
Hallmark hall of fame. Cradle song--television promo.
Other Titles: Hallmark hall of fame (Television program).
Man who tore down the wall.
Hallmark hall of fame (Television program).
Story of Dr. James Ewing.
Commercials. Hallmark.
Public service announcements. American Cancer Society.
Hallmark hall of fame (Television program).
Hallmark hall of fame (Television program).
Hallmark hall of fame (Television program).
Responsibility: Hallmark Cards ; devised and directed by Albert McCleery ; teleplay by Joseph Schrank.

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Story from 1910 of Dr. James Ewing, who fought to break down the barriers erected against the investigation and treatment of cancer, and who "almost single-handedly founded the Memorial Cancer Center in New York City."

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