CTVA US Documentary - "Camera Three" (CBS) Season 15 (1969-70)

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 Season 15 (CBS)(1969-70)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox [Uploaded Feb 2018]
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

 

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15.01 [637] Camera Three: Pierre Boulez [Part I]
07Sep1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Guests: Pierre Boulez (conductor-composer), Chamber orchestra, Jan De Gaetani (singer).
Synopsis:
First of a two-part series marking Boulez' forthcoming appointment as music director of The New York Philharmonic.
Performance by Boulez and a chamber orchestra of Arnold Schoenberg's "Pierre Lunaire."

15.02 [638] Camera Three: Pierre Boulez [Part II]
14Sep1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Last week Camera Three featured composer-conductor Pierre Boulez, who will take over Leonard Bernstein's job as music director of the New York Philharmonic in 1971,
rehearsing a chamber orchestra in a piece of modern music by Arnold Schoenberg.
Today Boulez joins music critic Michael Steinberg for a discussion of modern music, its history and its promise.

15.03 [639] Camera Three: Inner Secrets of Kabuki--Baiko and Shoroku
21Sep1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
Guests:
Shoroku II (Kabuki actor), Baiko VII (Kabuki actor), Faubion Bowers (dance and music writer).
Synopsis:
Two of Japan's greatest classical actors, Shoroku II and Baiko VII, demonstrate the mechanics of kata motion-forms which constitute the essence of the
stylization of 300-year-old Kabuki classical theater and dance. They discuss their techniques with the well-known dance and Asian arts writer Faubion Bowers.

15.04 [640] Camera Three: Interview with Tom DeWitt
28Sep1969 [rerun 23Aug70]
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
writer, Stephan Chodorov.
cast:
Tom DeWitt (film maker)
Synopsis:
Excerpts from the work of Tom DeWitt, avant garde film maker who has been experimenting in integrating film and video techniques.
DeWitt provides explanations, speaking of his techniques, goals and ideas.

15.05 [641] Camera Three: Alicia de Larrocha
05Oct1969 CBS Sun
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Alicia de Larrocha
Carlos Surinach
Synopsis:
Piano virtuoso Alicia de Larrocha and composer Carlos Surinach devote the half hour to the music of Spain.
Miss de Larrocha plays four selections from "Theria" by Albeniz; "Evocacion", "El Puerto", "El Albaicin" and "Trina"
and Surinach explains and discussed the distinguishing features of Spanish music which evoke such definite aspects of the Spanish character and people.

15.06 [642] Camera Three: Lions and Cannibals--Agnes Varda and Susan Sontag
12Oct1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
Guests:
Agnes Varda (filmmaker)
Susan Sontag (filmmaker, literary critic)
Jack Kroll (senior editor of Newsweek magazine
Synopsis:
An examination of the cinematographic approaches and thinking of film directors Agnes Varda and Susan Sontag, both among the small group of artists
represented in the prestigious seventh annual New York Film Festival. They discuss their ideas and their films with Jack Kroll, senior editor at Newsweek Magazine.
Excerpts from both their films illustrate the conversation. Varda and Sontag discuss their aesthetic and the similarities in their work: both their films
concern the problems of tortured personalities, politics and the grotesque in everyday matters.

15.07 [643] Camera Three: Jean-Louis Barrault and Madeleine Renaud
19Oct1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Nick Havinga.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Jean-Louis Barrault (actor, director)
Madeleine Renaud (actress).
Synopsis:
Barrault and Renaud, distinguished French husband and wife acting team, recite poetry in French (subtitled) and perform a scene from Moliere’s Le misanthrope.
Barrault also does his famous circus horse riding pantomime. Barrault also discusses the state of the theater today.

15.08 [644] Camera Three: Sonocollage
26Oct1969 CBS Sun
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Continuing its practice of offering new cultural ideas a showcase. Camera Three's guest is artist Robert A. DeVoe.
He will demontrate a combination of poetry, graphics, lighting effects and electronic music which he calls "Sonocollage."

15.09 [645] Camera Three: Lili Kraus plays the lost Schubert Fantaisie
02Nov1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Lili Kraus (piano)
Michael Steinberg (music critic of the Boston Globe).
Synopsis:
Lili Kraus performs the American premiere of a recently discovered score by Franz Schubert, the "Grazer Fantasie", and discusses musical values
and the amazing fact of this "discovery" with critic Michael Steinberg (Boston Globe).
The score which was found in an attic in Austria in 1968, is believed to have been written by Schubert at age 20.

15.10 [646] Camera Three: The World of Claes Oldenburg
09Nov1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Claes Oldenburg (artist), Grace Glueck (art critic of the New York Times).
Synopsis:
Oldenburg, one of the leading pop artists of the 1960’s specializing in the aggrandizement of ordinary objects into monster "statues," talks on camera,
shows and explains some of his works, and is interviewed by Glueck. Program was made in 1969, when Pop Art was still the rage and Oldenburg’s works still affordable.

15.11 [647] Camera Three: Potboilers
16Nov1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Aaron Rosand (violin)
Gary Karr (double bass)
Nancy Loo (piano).
Synopsis:
A concert of bravura pieces from the 19th century that are proven crowd-pleasers and show-off compositions for performers keen on displaying their technical proficiency.
Pieces include: Sarasate’s "Carmen Fantasy" (violin); Paganini’s "Moses Fantasy" from a theme by Rossini, transcribed for the double-bass;
Liszt’s paraphrase of the quartet from Verdi’s "Rigoletto" for piano; and "Duo Concertante" by Bottesini for bass and violin.

15.12 [648] Camera Three: Genetic Beginning
23Nov1969 CBS Sun
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
A threeway exchange of opinion on an issue of increasing controvery, the science of man's control of life,
introduces Dr. W. French Anderson of the National Institutes of Health; Dr. Cecil B. Jacobson of George Washington University;
and Albert Rosenfeld, science editor of Life magazine and author of the book, "The Second Genesis."

15.13 [649] Camera Three: Java Diary
30Nov1969 CBS Sun
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew.
cast:
Eliot Elisofon (photographer).
Synopsis:
An interview of LIFE Magazine photographer Eliot Elisofon about a recent trip to the island of Java to photograph the extremely rare white rhinocerous.
The discussion is illustrated by Elisofon’s pictures of preparation, equipment, getting to the remote location, setting up and manning the blind, wildlife, etc.
If you're a photography enthusiast, an animal lover, and/or an armchair adventurer, you'll be intrigued by photographer Eliot Elisofon's visit to Camera Three this morning.
Using color slides to illustrate his talk, Mr. Elisofon will tell you about his trek to Java on a LIFE Magazine assignment to photograph the white Javanese rhinoceros,
and the hazards of jungle life that had to be dealt with to bring his task to fruition.

15.14 [650] Camera Three: The Enigma of Scriabin
07Dec1969 [rerun 16Aug70]
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Anton Kuerti
Mimi Garrard
Synopsis:
The Russian composer Scriabin never really saw his dream come true, but he visualized electronic lights playing contrapuntally to his music.
Camera Three lets viewers see what he never saw, as interpreted by pianist Anton Kuerti plays some of Seriabin's Etudes and Sonatas,
with choreography by Mimi Garrard and electronic effects.
Music buffs are offered a special treat as the life and work of the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915), a man much misunderstood by
his biographer Faubion Bowers. Since Scriabin based his music on mystical principles, it lends itself to the multimedia avant garde performance
also provided here by Anton Kuerti at the piano, James Seawright's embellishments electronically engineered and Mimi Garrard's dancing.

15.15 [651] Camera Three: Biography
14Dec1969 CBS Sun
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Carlos Baker
Justin Kaplan
Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
Synopsis:
Biographers Carlos Baker ("Ernest Hemingway, A Life Story") and Justin Kaplan ("Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain") join literary critic Christopher Lehmann-Haupt
for a discussion on the art of biographical writing and the variety of ways in which it can be approached.

15.16 [652] Camera Three: The Theatre of the Deaf [Part I] The Little Theatre
21Dec1969 [rerun 02Aug70]
Directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
Host James Macandrew
Members of the Theater of the Deaf: Linda Bove, Bernard Bragg, Richard Kendall, MaryBeth Miller, William Rhys, Jack Sydow (stage director), David Hays (managing director).
Synopsis:
The Theater of the Deaf, composed of young deaf actors, founded by David Hays, theater designer, operates as a division of the Eugene O’Neill
Memorial Theater Foundation in Waterford, Connecticut. Here they demonstrate how they spell words, make signs, and rehearse and perform sequences of performances.

15.17 [653] Camera Three: The Theater of the Deaf [Part II]
28Dec1969 CBS Sun
Directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Conclusion. Program is concerned with the individuals of the Little Theatre of the Deaf, the company's small permanent touring group.
Included a performance of the Mad Hatter's Tea Party from Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland."

15.18 [654] Camera Three: Jerzy Grotowski [Part I]
04Jan1970
Directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Jerzy Grotowski (director of the Polish Laboratory Theater), Jacques Chwat (theater director), Margaret Croyden (theater critic).
Synopsis:
Grotowski talks with Margaret Croyden while Chwat translates from the French. Grotowski discusses his theater, the relationship between director and actor,
a playwright’s function, and his ideas about the theater in general. This is Part 1 of a two-part series
Part I. Theatre buff's are offered an unusual opportunity this morning with the first of a two-part interview of Jerszy Grotowski, founder and director
of the Polish Laboratory Theatre, an avant garde theatre whose productions involve the audience almost as much as the actors on stage. Whether or not
you've heard of him before, Mr. Grotowski's extraordinary views on his theatre and theatre overall may provoke your interest even if not your assent.

15.19 [655] Camera Three: Jerzy Grotowski [Part II]
11Jan1970
Directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
cast:
Jerzy Grotowski (director of the Polish Laboratory Theater), Jacques Chwat (theater director), Margaret Croyden (theater critic).
Synopsis:
Grotowski talks with Margaret Croyden while Chwat translates from the French. Grotowski discusses his theater, the relationship between director and actor,
a playwright’s function, and his ideas about the theater in general. This is Part 2 of a two-part series.
Controversial director and co-founder of the Polish Laboratory Theater, Jerzy Grotowski whose avant-garde philosophy of theater production was on display
in New York only to limited audiences during his recent tour, again is interviewed. Margaret Croyden, professor of literature at Jersey City State College
conducts the interview with Grotowski in English, but the director who will speak in French, will be heard in simultaneous translation by Jacques Chwat.

15.20 [656] Camera Three: The Raga
18Jan1970
Synopsis:
Yehudi Menuhin narrates a film exploration of the ancient Hindu musical tradition of raga.

15.21 [657] Camera Three:
25Jan1970
Host James Macandrew

15.22 [658] Camera Three: Hundertwasser
01Feb1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Austrian avant-garde impressionist painter Friedrich Hundertwasser will have their horizons widened through a documentary film on the artist his work and life style,
made by Ferry Radax, an Austrian director and cameraman.

15.23 [659] Camera Three: Matteo and the Indo-American Dance Company
08Feb1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
Host James Macandrew
Guests:
Matteo (dancer-choreographer), Members of his dance classes.
Synopsis:
Matteo, a dancer-choreographer with wide interests in world dance and an expert in Indian dance, gives a lecture-demonstration of Indian dance,
dances several pieces, and has his troupe of young Americans perform pieces both to Indian and Western music.

15.24 [660] Camera Three: A Young Man's View [Part I]
15Feb1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
First of a two-part study of new filmmakers examines Robin Spry's film "Prologue" a fictional dramatized documentary on the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago.

15.25 [661] Camera Three: A Young Man's View [Part II]
22Feb1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Part II. The movie, "End of the Road," the first feature film directed and co-adapted by Aram Avakian trom the novel by John Earth, is the subject of
discussion and analysis of contemporary attitudes in filmmaking. Joseph Gelmis, chairman of the New York Film Critics, joins Avakian and Dorothy Tritan,
an actress who appears in the film.

15.26 [662] Camera Three: Richard Tucker's 25th anniversary
01Mar1970
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Richard Tucker (tenor)
Alfredo Antonini (conductor, with orchestra)
Francis Robinson (assistant manager of Metropolitan Opera).
Synopsis:
Richard Tucker sings arias with which he has long been associated, in a program celebrating his 25 years with the Met.
In a conversation segment he discusses his youth and early success in opera.
Performance pieces: "Cielo e mar" (Ponchielli), "Guardato pazzo son" (Puccini), "Vesti la Giubba" (Leoncavallo).

15.27 [663] Camera Three: Dawn Warriors
08Mar1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Interesting discussion about man's warlike nature as expressed in professor Robert Bigelow's book, "Dawn Warriors. Joining professor Bigelow who teaches zoology
at the University of Canterbury in Christ-church, New Zealand, will be anthropologist Carlton Coon and host James Macandrew.

15.28 [664] Camera Three: Portrait of Misha Dichter
15Mar1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Misha Dichter
Synopsis:
Young Dichter, 25, made second place at the Tchaikovsky piano competition in Moscow back in 1966, and he's here today to play selections
from Mozart, Brahms, Schumann and Stravinsky to illustrate his talent. In addition to the musical segment of the program,
Camera Three offers a short profile of Dichter's life which began with his birth in Shanghai and his entrance into the U.S. in infancy.

15.29 [665] Camera Three: Norman McLaren: Film Artist
22Mar1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Norman McLaren (film artist at the National Film Board of Canada)
William Sloan (editor of Film Library Quarterly and Film Director of Donnel Library, New York City).
Synopsis:
McLaren is interviewed by Sloan; excerpts from his work illustrate his ideas and techniques. McLaren is a pioneer in short films using various film tricks,
animation, painting on film and handmade sound tracks.
The work of avant garde filmmaker Norman McLaren of Canada is discussed. McLaren is on hand to describe his innovative techniques like
"Camera-less animation" and "synthetic sound" while excerpts of his film shorts give credence to their effect.

[--] Camera Three:
29Mar1970
pre-empted for Easter Sunday Special


15.30 [666] Camera Three: Oscar Ghiglia
05Apr1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Oscar Ghiglia
Sharon de Fremery
Alfredo Antonini
Synopsis:
A choice musical half hour features young Italian guitarist, Oscar Ghiglia, a protege of world famous classical guitarist Andres Segovia,
performing music by Bach, Vivaldi and Villa-Lobos. For the Vivaldi, the CBS Chamber Orchestra provides the accompaniment,
and for a Villa-Lobos number soprano Sharon de Fremery joins Ghiglia.

15.31 [667] Camera Three: The Japanese Film: Illusion and Reality [Part I]
12Apr1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Part I. Donald Richie, visiting curator of film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and a western expert on Japanese movies, will discuss
the unusual quantity and quality of Japanese films, illustrating his commentary with appropriate excerpts, in the first of a two-part study today.

15.32 [668] Camera Three: The Japanese Film: Illusion and Reality [Part II]
19Apr1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Donald Richie, Western expert on Japanese films and currently visiting curator of film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City,
illustrates his talk on the influence that Japanese films have had on their country's culture, concluding his two-parter today.

15.33 [669] Camera Three: African Sculpture [Part I] Glorious Past
26Apr1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Eliot Elisofon (photographer)
Robert Thompson (specialist in African art at Yale University)
John Karr (Ambassador from Sierra Leone).
Synopsis:
First part of a two part series on values and relationships in African art. "Life" magazine photographer Elisofon has had a lifelong interest in the
subject and owns a considerable collection. Discussion illustrated with many examples of African art, including masks, ceremonial items, statues.
Film clips illustrate some aspects of African dance.

15.34 [670] Camera Three: African Sculpture [Part II] Dynamic Expression
03May1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Eliot Elisofon (photographer), James Johns Sweeney (museum director), Warren Robbins (founder of Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C.).
Synopsis:
Continuation of a two part series on values and relationships in African art. "Life" magazine photographer Elisofon has had a lifelong interest
in the subject and owns a considerable collection. Discussion illustrated with many examples of African art, including masks, ceremonial items, statues.

15.35 [671] Camera Three: Buffy Sainte-Marie: Alternatives
10May1970 [rerun 30Aug70]
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Buffy Sainte-Marie
Synopsis:
Talented folk singer Buffy Sainte-Marie, perhaps best described as a singing spokesman for her people, the American Indians, spends most of the program
singing and talking about the plight of the Indians in this country and the possible alternatives open to them. Among the numbers she performs are
"Now That The Buffalo Are Gone." "Suffer Little Children" and "The Fishing Rights Song."

15.36 [672] Camera Three: Can You Save the World?
17May1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Dr. Humphrey Osmond, British physician and philosopher, embarked on an S.O.S. (Save Our Species) crusade, discusses the
ecological problem man has almost brought upon the world, and the terms upon which mankind will have to meet the future.

15.37 [673] Camera Three: Marilyn Horne: Baroque Opera
24May1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
guests
Marilyn Horne (soprano)
Henry Lewis (conductor, with chamber orchestra)
Michael Steinberg (music critic).
Synopsis:
Marilyn Horne sings three arias from Handel's "Rodelina", conducted by her husband, Henry Lewis. Discussion of the works and the difficulties
of baroque opera with Boston Globe music critic, Michael Steinberg.

15.38 [674] Camera Three: Israfel
31May1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Geddeth Smith
Synopsis:
This is the first part of a two-part biographical study of Edgar Allan Poe, one of America's literary giants, celebrated equally for his poems and his prose.
Actor-writer Geddeth Smith has chosen to focus on some of Poe's lesser known poems, such as the "Israfel" of the title, to shed some further light on Poe and his state of mind.

15.39 [675] Camera Three: Ulalume
07Jun1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Geddeth Smith
Synopsis:
This is the second of the two-parter on Edgar Allan Poe. Once again actor-writer Geddeth Smith is the host and he uses the
actual works of the famed American genius to help dramatize the story of the man's life.

15.40 [676] Camera Three: Western Eye on Eastern Thought
14Jun1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
There have been plenty of discussions about the influence of certain eastern philosophies such as Zen and Yoga, but: the plain truth is that most of us do not really know
anything about what they really mean. Via film and discussion, cinematographer Elda Hartley and expert Faubion Bowers try to throw some light on this fascinating subject.

15.41 [677] Camera Three: Aspects of the New Consciousness: Who Am I?
21Jun1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Author Alan Watts moderates youth seminars examing the individual this week the question is "Who Am I?".

15.42 [678] Camera Three: Aspects of the New Consciousness: Materialism vs. Spiritualism
28Jun1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Alan Watts author of several books on the philosophy and psychology of religion and an interpreter of Eastern thought, moderates a seminar-like examination by
a group of young people on the individual in society. Materialism and spiritualism are discussed in this second of two programs on Eastern philosophy.
Author Alan Watt and a panel of youths also talk about different values stressed in the West and in the Orient.

15.43 [679] Camera Three: Gloria Davy
05Jul1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
American soprano Gloria Davy, who was trained at the Juilliard School of Music in New York but made her name in Europe at La Schala in Milan,
the State Opera in Vienna, at Covent Garden in London and the Deutsch Opera in Berlin, discussed her career and sings as well.
Songs by Debussy, Ginastera and from "Porgy and Bess" — in which she toured are included.

15.44 [680] Camera Three: The Strawberry Statement
12Jul1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
James Kunen, author of the book "The Strawberry Statement", about the Columbia campus revolt of 1968 written from the vantage point of a Columbia student;
and playwright Israel Horovitz who wrote the screen adaptation for the movie of the same name;
join film critis Joseph Gelmis for a discussion of the controversial film, its merits and relevance.

15.45 [681] Camera Three: Aspects of the Classical Guitar
19Jul1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Oscar Ghiglia
Sharon de Fremery
Julius Baker
Synopsis:
Virtuoso guitarist Oscar Ghiglia returns to Camera Three for another Illustrated study of his Instrument. Show highlights include his renditions of works
by Bach, DeFalla and Tedesco, as well as his accompaniment for soprano Sharon de Fremery's Spanish folk .songs by DeFalla, and for flutist Julius Baker playing a piece by Ibert.

15.46 [682] Camera Three: Future Shock
26Jul1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Alvin Toffler
Synopsis:
Alvin Toffler, former editor of Fortune Magazine and currently Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation, discusses his new book, "Future Shock,"
with Dr. Robert Maston, director of Educational Technology and Training at Bay-Tech Associates in Maryland.
Tune in for their explanations and reactions to the basic theory propounded in Mr. Toffler's book namely — that our society is adapt so rapidly to technological
and forced to numerous communications advances, people may simply be thrown into a state of shock as a result.

[--] Camera Three: Theatre of the Deaf [Part I]
02Aug1970 [repeat from 21Dec69]
A performance by the National Theatre of the Deaf, a professional company of actors without hearing, accompanied by a film of a rehearsal, translation of
a script into sign language and operation of their theatre and school.

[--] Camera Three: Theatre of the Deaf [Part II]
09Aug1970 [repeat from 28Dec69]

[--] Camera Three: The Engima of Scriabin
16Aug1970 [repeat from 07Dec69]

[--] Camera Three: Interview with Tom DeWitt
23Aug1970 [repeat from 28Sep69]

[--] Camera Three: Buffy Sainte-Marie: Alternatives
30Aug1970 [repeat from 10May70]

[--] Camera Three: Alicia de Larrocha
06Sep1970 [repeat from
Piano virtuoso Alicia de Larrocha and composer Carlos Surinach devote the half hour to the music of Spain. Miss de Larrocha plays four selections
from "Iberia" by Albeniz: "Evocacion," "El Puerto," "El Albaicin" and "Triana," and Surinach explains and discusses the distinguishing features of
Spanish music which envoke such definitive aspects of the Spanish character.


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