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|Genre/Form:||Black films and programs
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ellis B Haizlip; Andrew A Stern; Arnee Nocks; Loretta Long; Barbara Ann Teer; Marion Williams; Clayton Riley; Last Poets (Group); Educational Broadcasting Corporation.; WNDT (Television station : Newark, N.J.); Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs.; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs.
|Notes:||Title supplied from video. Credits and cast information supplied from video and soundtrack. Additional information supplied from videoreel hub label, original videotape technical evaluation, and supplemental documentation.
Entry to the 1968 Peabody Awards, Entertainment category.
Episode No. 5; broadcast live.
Running time: 58:33.
"New York EBC 1968"--End credit.
|Credits:||Associate producer, Virginia Gray; assistant producer for talent, Alice Hille; musical director, Reuben Phillips; settings designed by Eugene Gurlitz; associate director, Greg Spring; lighting director, W.G. Norman; unit manager, John Haggerty; graphic art director, Dick Luppi; stage managers, Robert Evans, Ian Cowan; technical director, Leonard Chumbley; audio, Frank Hanley.|
|Performer(s):||[Host: Loretta Long; special host: Ellis Haizlip; guests:] The Last Poets, Barbara Ann Teer, Russell Pitchford, [Clayton Riley; music by:] Marion Williams, Duke and Leonard, Reuben Phillips and His Orchestra.|
|Description:||1 videoreel of 1 (quad.) (59 min.) : sd., col. ; 2 in. arch master. 1 videocassette of 1 (Beta-SP) (59 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. prsv master.|
|Responsibility:||a production of Channel 13/WNDT ; Educational Broadcasting Corporation ; produced by Ellis Haizlip & Andrew A. Stern ; directed by Arnee Nocks.|
Barbara Ann Teer talks about directing "The Believers" and about her work with the National Black Theatre. Russell Pitchford of the East Wind cultural center introduces The Last Poets and discusses their work. Clayton Riley, drama critic for The Liberator, talks about black influence on film and theater.