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Person to person. / Mary Martin

Author: Mary MartinHeller HallidayEdward R MurrowJohn A AaronJesse ZousmerAll authors
Publisher: New York, 1954.
Series: Person to person
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Edward R. Murrow interviews performer Mary Martin in her home at Norwalk, Connecticut. Martin shows some of the art in her home, including paintings by friends such as Beatrice Lillie and Janet Gaynor, and briefly plays violin and piano. She discusses the premiere of her upcoming show, Peter Pan, a new musical version for the stage, which will feature her 12 year-old daughter Heller Halliday in the cast. Heller is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Television
Named Person: Mary Martin; Mary Martin; Mary Martin; Moose Charlap; Mary Martin
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Martin; Heller Halliday; Edward R Murrow; John A Aaron; Jesse Zousmer; Franklin J Schaffner; Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
OCLC Number: 60601764
Notes: Copied from 16mm film.
No credits on tape. Production information gathered from Internet Movie Database.
Performer(s): Hosted by Edward R. Murrow.
Event notes: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV, New York, N.Y., spring 1954.
Description: 1 videocassette (14 min.) : sd., b&w NTSC ; 3/4 in. (U-matic)
Series Title: Person to person
Other Titles: Interview with Mary Martin
Person to person (Television program)
Responsibility: produced for CBS-TV, New York, N.Y. ; [produced by John A. Aaron and Jesse Zousmer ; directed by Franklin J. Schaffner].

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Edward R. Murrow interviews performer Mary Martin in her home at Norwalk, Connecticut. Martin shows some of the art in her home, including paintings by friends such as Beatrice Lillie and Janet Gaynor, and briefly plays violin and piano. She discusses the premiere of her upcoming show, Peter Pan, a new musical version for the stage, which will feature her 12 year-old daughter Heller Halliday in the cast. Heller is unable to appear on camera because of illness, but recites verse from her room off camera.

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