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The open mind. [1957-09-15]

Author: Richard D HeffnerEleanor RigerMarshall StoneAnn KeeleyMorris GoodmanAll authors
Publisher: New York : WRCA-TV, 1957.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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"This is based upon the premise that open and free discussion, when conducted in a responsible, mature and non-sensational manner, is basic to the solution of the major social, personal and psychological problems which face Americans today. 'The Open Mind' has exploded the myth that many of these problems are too controversial to be discussed on a mass medium of communication which reaches all of the people."--1957  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Public affairs
Panel discussions
Television
Named Person: Gilbert Seldes; Marya Mannes; Chet Huntley; Chet Huntley; Marya Mannes; Gilbert Seldes
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard D Heffner; Eleanor Riger; Marshall Stone; Ann Keeley; Morris Goodman; Dick French; Gilbert Seldes; Marya Mannes; Chet Huntley; WRCA-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.),; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
OCLC Number: 36010385
Notes: Entry to the 1957 Peabody Awards, Public Service category.
Running time: 30:00.
Credits: Unit supervisor, Dick French; associate director, Ann Keeley; production assistant, Eleanor Riger; technical director, Morris Goodman.
Performer(s): [With:] Richard D. Heffner (Host), Gilbert Seldes, Marya Mannes, Chet Huntley.
Description: 1 reel of 1 (ca. 1200 ft.) : opt sd., b&w ; 16 mm. kinescope.
Other Titles: Privacy, controversy and television
Responsibility: WRCA-TV ; produced by Richard D. Heffner ; directed by Marshall Stone.

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"This is based upon the premise that open and free discussion, when conducted in a responsible, mature and non-sensational manner, is basic to the solution of the major social, personal and psychological problems which face Americans today. 'The Open Mind' has exploded the myth that many of these problems are too controversial to be discussed on a mass medium of communication which reaches all of the people."--1957 Peabody Digest. This episode is about rights of privacy and television broadcasting. Guests include critics Gilbert Seldes and Marya Mannes, and news commentator Chet Huntley.

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