CTVA US Anthology - "Omnibus" (NBC) Season 9 (1960-61)

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 Season 9 (NBC) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


################### Omnibus ##################
############### Season 9 1960-61 #############
################ (final season) ##############
NBC Sundays Various Timeslots
 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: HE SHALL HAVE POWER

13-Nov-1960

starring

Ludwig Donath as Lenin

Larry Blyden

 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: A MIDWINTER NIGHT'S DREAM

(re Lincoln Center)

01-Jan-1961

starring

Leonard Bernstein as Himself

 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: ROBERT ALTMAN IN ENGLAND

starring

Robert Altman as Himself

Stephen Frears as Himself

Peter Ustinov as Dr. Samuel Johnson (his American television debut)

 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: SUBURBAN REVUE

Mike Nichols & Elaine May production

 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: S.J. PERELMAN'S PAEAN TO BURLESQUE

 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: ARTHUR MILLER PLAYS

includes scenes from Miller's plays "Death of a Salesman", "All my Sons",

 "A View from the Bridge", "The Crucible", "After the Fall" and "The Archbishop's Ceiling." [RF]

 

9.xx [--] Omnibus: WESTERN HEMISPHERE - 1971
16Apr61
Summary:
Five experts, from as many nations, discuss what the next 10 years may bring

to the Americas. The experts: Samuel Hutchinson Beer, professor of Government

at Harvard University; Brazilian sociologist Clodomir Vianna Moog; Dr. Claude Bissell,

president of the University of Toronto; Dr. Paul Prebisch, economist from Argentina;

and Colombian diplomat German Arciniegas. [RF]


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