CTVA US Documentary - "Camera Three" (CBS) Season 16 (1970-71)

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 Season 16 (CBS)(1970-71)
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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16.01 [683] Camera Three: The Future Isn't What It Used To Be
13Sep1970
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis
writer, Stephan Chodorov.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Arthur C. Clarke (scientist and author)
R. Buckminster Fuller (architect, inventor, philosopher)
Alvin Toffler (sociologist and author).
Synopsis:
This is a conversation among three leading future thinkers of the 20th century. They assess the nature of the future and how we perceive --
or fail to perceive --the path humankind is on. Fuller, as architect and city-planner has been a leading designer of much of our world,
from shower fixtures to his famous "geodesic dome." Clarke, world-famous writer of science fiction (including the classic "2001: A Space Odyssey")
has influenced two generations in an appreciation of man’s journey beyond planet Earth. Toffler, as the author of "Future Shock" started a
new dialogue on the re-making of the post-industrial age that has continued to this day.

16.02 [684] Camera Three: Loves of the French Revue with "La Rive Gauche"
20Sep1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast: La Rive Gauche (Pia Columbo, Jacques Marchais, Paul Villaz, Bernard Haller).
Synopsis:
La Rive Gauche, a French revue team of three men and on woman, sing and act out in the style of the Paris cabaret world various songs dealing
with the subject of love and war. Macandrew compares the work to the work of Jacques Brel, Louis Aragon. "love is a fantasy that pops as suddenly as a balloon...
there is a sunny side to a departed lover."

16.03 [685] Camera Three: Wishes, Lies and Dreams
27Sep1970 (rerun 05Sep71)
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Kenneth Koch (poet, teacher)
Students from 5th and 6th grade classes at P.S. 61 in New York City.
Synopsis:
Poet-playwright-teacher, Kenneth Koch, author of "Wishes, Lies and Dreams," an Documentary of children’s poetry, shows how children can write poetry.
He explains his teaching techniques and demonstrates the writing of poetry with a group of children utilizing the possibilities in a television studio.
Teaching children to write poetry.

16.04 [686] Camera Three: An Elegant Legacy
04Oct1970 [rerun 01Aug71]
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Clancy Brothers
Synopsis:
Add the charm and bubbling good humor of the Clancy Brothers, the folk-singing quartet from Ireland, to the title, of their show,
and you know you'll be in for an entertaining half-hour.
The Clancy brothers, Tom, Pat, Liam and Bobby by name, will sing Irish children's tunes, ballads and such, as well as embellishing a variety of Irish tales.

16.05 [687] Camera Three: Behind the Scenes
11Oct1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Eddie Fowlie, stunt man, scenic designer and properly master for motion pictures, discusses and illustrates with film clips a number of his unusual movie assignments.

16.06 [688] Camera Three: La Belle Epoque
18Oct1970 (rerun 15Aug71)
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Virgil Fox (organist).
Synopsis:
Performance by Virgil Fox of organ works from the Edwardian Age, the turn-of-the century period that broke the strictures of the Victorian period.
Illustrated with contemporary photographs. Virgil Fox, recognized as the foremost interpreter of this music, performs "Marche religieuse" by Guilmant,
"Fanfare d’Orgue" by Shelley, "Variations on America" by Charles Ives, "Pomp and circumstances" by Elgar. Photographs and prints of the arts and fashions
of the times accompany this concert, plus works by J.H. Lartrigue depicting experiments in early action photography.
Concert organist Virgil Fox is the guest, performing musical selections popular at the turn-of-the-century,
backed up by archive pictures of the Edwardian period illustrating its elegance and refinement.
Fox's numbers include "Marche Rebgieuse" by Guilmant, "Fanfare d'Orgue" by Shelley, "Variations on America" by Charles Ives and "Pomp and Circumstance" by Elgar.

16.07 [689] Camera Three: Arthur Miller and Israel Horovitz in Conversation
25Oct1970
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Arthur Miller (playwright)
Israel Horovitz (playwright).
Synopsis:
Conversation between the established American master Arthur Miller and the young successful writer, Israel Horovitz,
about theater, the writer, playwriting and politics, and the responsibility of the playwright to society.

16.08 [690] Camera Three: The Metaphysics of Buster Keaton
01Nov1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Andrew Sarris (film critic, Village Voice, New York City)
Raymond Rohauer (theater owner, cinema historian).
Synopsis:
Exploration of the career of America’s great film director-actor Buster Keaton, with some unusual perspectives on his goals and motivations.
Illustrated with many film excerpts from 1917-1928. Rohauer describes rescuing Keaton’s films from a garage and talking with Keaton at the end
of his life when he had been forgotten.

16.09 [691] Camera Three: Caprice on Danish and Russian Airs
08Nov1970
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
A rare pleasure for Saint-Saens' "Caprice on Danish and Russian Airs" but the society's artistic director, pianist Charles Wadsworth
will join composer William Schumann, former president ot the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, for a discussion of the musical form
and the extent of its appeal, chamber music enthusiasts. Not only will the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center perform Haydn's "Quartet in E Major"

16.10 [692] Camera Three: La Rosa De Papel
15Nov1970 [rerun 28Mar70]
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
"La Rosa De Papel," a one-act play by the late Spanish playwright Ramon Maria Del Valle-Inclan, will be presented in Spanish with English translation on "Camera Three".
Performing "The Paper Rose" will be the Esta Noche Teatro Company from Madrid, under the direction of Delfor Peralta.

NOTE:
Valle-Inclan, the creator of this surrealistic work, is considered one of the Spanish theater's most inventive contributors. Before his death in 1936,
and for a considerable period thereafter, his fame remained largely confined to his native country, primarily because of the traditional isolation of
Spanish literature and the lock of good translations. His concepts are regarded as forerunners of the theater of the absurd, ecnoing Brecht and Pirandello.

16.11 [693] Camera Three: Knoxville: 1915
22Nov1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Judith Raskin
Alfredo Antonini
Synopsis:
A rare performance of Samuel Barber's companion, written for voice and orchestra and based on James Agee's preface to bit novel, "A Death in the Family."
On hand are Metropolitan Opera soprano Judith Raskin and Alfredo Aatonini conducting the CBS Chamber Orchestra.

16.12 [694] Camera Three: Backstage with Ralph Richardson and John Gielgud
29Nov1970
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Ralph Richardson
John Gielgud
Alexander Cohen (producer).
Synopsis:
Discussion of theater, acting, British versus American audiences, and schools of acting--with Alexander Cohen, producer of the David Storey play "Home",
and its two stars, the reknowned British actors, Sir John Gielgud and Sir Ralph Richardson. "Home" is in New York after a successful London run,
and all three men have plenty to say about its journey over the Atlantic.

16.13 [695] Camera Three: Why Alice?--Andre Gregory’s "Manhattan Project" [Part I]
06Dec1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
Host James Macandrew
cast:
John Lahr (author, theater critic)
Andre Gregory (theater producer-director)
Members of the Manhattan Project Company cast
Synopsis:
The first part of a two-part series featuring excerpts from Andre Gregory's production with the Manhattan Project Company (New York City) of the
experimental theater piece "Alice in Wonderland". John Lahr interviews Gregory. Gregory and Lahr introduce each excerpt.

16.14 [696] Camera Three: Why Alice?--Andre Gregory’s "Manhattan Project" [Part II]
13Dec1970
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway
Host James Macandrew
cast:
John Lahr (author, theater critic)
Andre Gregory (theater producer-director), Members of the Manhattan Project Company cast.
Synopsis:
The second part of a two-part series featuring excerpts from Andre Gregory’s production with the Manhattan Project Company (New York City) of the
experimental theater piece "Alice in Wonderland". John Lahr interviews Gregory. Gregory and Lahr introduce each excerpt.

16.15 [697] Camera Three: The Soul of Verdi
20Dec1970
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Alfredo Antonini
Synopsis:
The CBS concert orchestra and chorus, under the direction of Alfredo Antonini, present works of the 18th century Italian composer Guiseppi Verdi.

16.16 [698] Camera Three: Let There Be Love
27Dec1970
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Martha Schlamme (singer and actress
Synopsis:
Martha Schlamme, Viennese-born actress and singer, in a one-woman show of song, poetry and drama, in several languages...all on the theme of love.

16.17 [699] Camera Three: Arthur C. Clarke in conversation
03Jan1971
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Arthur C. Clarke (scientist, author)
Joseph Gelmis (film critic, Newsday, New York).
Synopsis:
Conversation between scientist future-thinker, Arthur C. Clarke, and film critic, Joseph Gelmis, about the genesis and development of the film
"2001: A Space Odyssey", its ideas, themes and conjectures about its meanings.

16.18 [700] Camera Three: Terminal: The Open Theater
10Jan1971 (rerun 29Aug71)
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Open Theater Ensemble (Joseph Chaikin, Shami Chaikin, Tina Shepard, Jo-Ann Schmidman, Paul Zimet, Raymond Barry, Henry Smith).
Synopsis:
This program presents performance of experimental theater pieces by a group that prides itself on developing theater as a collaborative effort,
The Open Theater Ensemble. These pieces concern dying, death and afterdeath.

16.19 [701] Camera Three: Ballet of the Twentieth Century [Part I]
17Jan1971 (rerun 22Aug71)
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Maurice Bejart (choreographer), Faubion Bowers (dance critic, author), Dancers (Maurice Bejart, Maina Gielgud, Paolo Bortoluzzi, Jorge Itovitch-Donn, Bartha Treure).
Synopsis:
The first part of a two-part series that presents Maurice Bejart, the Belgian (born French) choreographer as personality, teacher, philosopher, and dance originator.
The series also presents examples of his works performed by stars of his Brussels-based troupe. Bejart talks with Faubion Bowers.

16.20 [702] Camera Three: Ballet of the Twentieth Century [Part II]
24Jan1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Maurice Bejart (choreographer), Faubion Bowers (dance critic, author), Dancers (Maurice Bejart, Maina Gielgud, Paolo Bortoluzzi, Jorge Itovitch-Donn, Bartha Treure).
Synopsis:
This is part two of a two-part series of an exploration into choreographer Bejart and his "Ballet of the twentieth century" with excerpts from his ballets.
Bejart discusses his life and work with Faubion Bowers, well-known dance critic and author of many studies of international dance.

16.21 [703] Camera Three: Letta Mbulu
07Feb1971
directed and produced by Ralph Curtis.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Letta Mbulu (singer)
Albert Goldman (writer, music critic).
Synopsis:
Letta Mbulu, South African singer with a devoted following in the United States, performs her work and discusses her life and music with
teacher, writer, pop music critic, Albert Goldman. Performance pieces include "Mahalela", "Mumani", and "Imgwea Quonqoza".

16.22 [704] Camera Three: My Uncle Marshall
14Feb1971
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
A look at the unique work of Marshall Izen, work that includes film animation puppetry, painting and concert piano playing, narrated through
the eyes of his young nephew. On hand to narrate the program is 14-year-old Larry Abrahams, while his uncle Marshall Izen illustrates his
method of creating a hand puppet and pantomiming the story of "The Tortoise and the Hare."

16.23 [705] Camera Three: They Became What They Behold
21Feb1971
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
The profound ways our lives have been changed in a few generations by advances in communications technology will be examined in a comparative study
of primitive peope by anthropologist Edmund Carpenter, in "They Became What They Behold."
Health, Education and Welfare Secretary Elliot L Richardson is guest.

16.24 [706] Camera Three: The Magic of Peter Brook [Part I]
28Feb1971 (rerun 08Aug71)
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Peter Brook (theater director)
Margaret Croyden (theater critic), Members of acting company
Synopsis:
Peter Brook and his theater company prepare an experimental version of Shakespeare’s "The tempest." Brook talks about the future of theater, its purpose,
whether it has somehow been lost in the world today. His company is seen in acting exercises and performance. Croyden gives commentary about Brook’s work.

16.25 [707] Camera Three: The Magic of Peter Brook [Part II]
07Mar1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Part Two with critic Margaret Croyden of the examination of the work and workings of one of the contemporary theatre's most influential directors.

16.26 [708] Camera Three: Melina on a Sunday
14Mar1971
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Melina Mercouri
Rex Reed
Synopsis:
Greek actress Melina Mercouri is interviewed by film critic Rex Reed. Topic includes her new film "Promise at Dawn" based on the 1960 novel of the same name written by Romain Gary.

16.27 [709] Camera Three: Fiorenza Cossotto
21Mar1971
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Mezzo-soprano Fiorenza Cossotto, who has been electrifying audiences at the Met with her bravura singing, is the guest of the program,
singing arias from Verdi's "Don Carlo," Cherubini's "Medea," Mascagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana," and Cilea's "Adriana Lecouvreur."

[--] Camera Three: La Rosa de Papel
28Mar1971 [repeat from 15Nov70]
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
The Paper Rose, is a one-act play, will be presented in Spanish with an English translation.


16.28 [710] Camera Three: Dances of Youth and Maturity
04Apr1971 [rerun 06Aug72]
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Lawrence Rhodes
Lone Isaksen, dancers.
Synopsis:
Performance of two contemporary ballets. Both ballets express the yearnings of youth, the translation of innocence into experience and thus
into greater understanding. Mr. Rhodes was formerly director of the Harkness Ballet. He and Ms. Isaksen were at the time of this production,
guest artists with the National Ballet of the Netherlands.
Ballet buffs are offered an opportunity to see a performance of two modern ballets danced by Lawrence Rhodes, former director of the Harkness Ballet,
and Lone Isaksen, who are guest artists with the National Ballet of the Netherlands.
The first "Youth," set to the music of Samuel Barber, is the work of choreographer Richard Wagner,
and the second, "After Eden," set to music by Lee Holby, is the work of John Butler.

[--] Camera Three:
11Apr1971
pre-empted for Easter Service Special


16.29 [711] Camera Three: An Occasion with Dorothy Kirsten
18Apr1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Dorothy Kirsten (soprano)
Robert Jacobson (music critic)
Alfredo Antonini (conductor).
Synopsis:
Concert, Kirsten sings four pieces (2 opera arias; 2 popular songs) and discusses her long career with Robert Jacobson, music reviewer for Saturday Review Magazine.
Orchestra accompaniments by CBS Orchestra and Alfredo Antonini, conductor. Many photographs illustrate her career and life. Soprano Kirsten this year celebrated
25 years with The Metropolitan Opera in New York.
Miss Kirsten, the Metropolitan Opera soprano who celebrated her 25 years with the opera company this year, talks about her career and demonstrates the quality
of her voice singing arias from " Tosca" and "Louise," as well as popular ballads . like "I'll See You Again."

16.30 [712] Camera Three: Ramparts of Clay: A Study in the Semi-documentary Film
25Apr1971
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Jean-Louis Bertucelli
John Lahr
Synopsis:
Producer-director Jean-Louis Bertucelli's highly praised film, "Ramparts of Clay," which deals with a tiny, primitive, isolated village in North Africa,
and uses only two professional actors in its native cast, is the subject of discussion by Mr. Bertucelli and film critic John Lahr.

16.31 [713] Camera Three: Inner Exile: The Poetry of Anna Akhmatova
02May1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
Narrated by Faubion Bowers
cast:
Samuel Driver (professor, Brown University)
Irene Kirk (professor, University of Connecticut)
Irene Moore (actress, founder of American Center for Stanislavsky Theatre Arts).
Synopsis:
Perspectives on poetess Akhmatova, who bridged Tsarist and Revolutionary Russia, was adored and called "the soul of her time," and who suffered under Stalin’s disfavor.
Irene Moore, a founder of the American Stanislavsky Theatre, recites the poetry in Russian. Professors Driver and Kirk who have written about Akhmatova reminisce
about her life and times.
Faubion Bowers narrates this study of the poetry of the late Russian poetess Anna Akhmatova, highlighted by a reading of some of her works by actress Irene Moore.
Also on hand to discuss her life and times are Sam Driver, professor of Russian at Brown University and Prof. Irene Kirk of the University of Connecticut,
who talks about me last time she saw Miss Akhmatova.

16.32 [714] Camera Three: Real-Reel
09May1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
cast:
Theater Laboratoire Vicinal: Frederic Flamand, Jean Pol Ferbus (actors), Margaret Croyden (theater critic)
Synopsis:
"Real-reel" is an experimental theater work of the avant garde Belgian group Theater Laboratoire Vicinal. On this program the work is performed, with commentary by Margaret Croyden.
Underlying the experimental nature of this two-man performance is an attempt to present meaning without plot, and to provide a language with little verbal communication.
The new Belgian experimental theater group, "Theatre Laboratoire Vicinal," wffl present excerpts from their play "Real-Reel," on "Camera Three".
The group, widely acclaimed as one of the foremost innovators of the stage, is historically related to Jerzy Grotowski's Polish Laboratory Theater and to the
Living Theater and Open Theater groups. It has toured many of the important European festivals and has appeared in the United States, Iran and Canada.
Frederic Flamand and Jean Pol Ferboa will be seen in the excerpts from "ReaHleel." Margaret Croyden, professor of dramatic literature and a frequent contributor to
leading Journals on the subject of contemporary theater, will act as the commentator and guide of the broadcast which will show how the group presents theater with meaning
but hardly any plot, with language but hardly any verbal communication.

16.33 [715] Camera Three:
16May1971
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Betty Allen
Synopsis:
Mezzo-soprano Betty Allen, a lieder singer of considerable note, is the guest of the program. In addition to talking about her career with the program host James Macandrew,
Miss Allen offers songs by Schubert, Virgil Thompson, Aaron Copland and the great composer-arranger of Negro spirituals, Hall Johnson.

16.34 [716] Camera Three: Chinese Painting: Rhythm and Reason
23May1971
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Here's a rare opportunity to learn something of the tradition that has motivated the art of Chinese painting for centuries. On hand to help explore the techniques
and philosophical content involved are Wango Weng, lecturer-artist-writer-filmmaker, and Prof. Yee Chiang of Columbia University.

16.35 [717] Camera Three: Sing Me a Woman
30May1971
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Oscar Brand
Jean Ritchie
Cecilia Kirtland
Synopsis:
Folksingers Oscar Brand and Jean Ritchie are joined by Cecilia Kirtland for a musical examination of the role and the place of American women from the days
of the pioneers to women's liberation.

16.36 [718] Camera Three: Paris as You Remember It Quartet "Les Freres Jacques"
06Jun1971 [rerun 03Sep72]
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Quartet "Les Freres Jacques" (Andre and George Bellec, Paul Tourenne, Francois Soubeyran), Hubert Metzger (pianist), Tonia Howard (commentator).
Synopsis:
Performing of charming music hall pieces from the France of the 40’s and 50’s by a group celebrated at that time, Freres Jacques.

16.37 [719] Camera Three: The Art of the Mime
13Jun1971
Show no. 1; episode no. 21-71.
directed and produced by John Musilli.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Yass Hakoshima (actor, mime), Renata Vouet (mime’s assistant).
Synopsis:
Yass Hakoshima, Japanese-American mime artist-teacher, performs several mime pieces and explains some mime techniques.
Performance pieces include an eagle which is shot but is determined to fly again, a dictator supressing mass revolt, a man searching in vain for a woman,
a parable of Buddhism told through the image of climbing on a spider web.

16.38 [720] Camera Three: Biological Clocks
20Jun1971
Host James Macandrew
Synopsis:
Scientific experiments with questions like how do birds navigate and why do leaves fold at night are discussed.
The program explores natural metabolic timing systems in all living things.

16.39 [721] Camera Three: Paul Bowles' Morocco
27Jun1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
cast:
Paul Bowles (writer).
Synopsis:
An abridgement of a film by Gary Conklin entitled "Paul Bowles in the Land of the Jumblies", a profile of the famous American writer who lives in Morocco.
Scenes show Bowles' Moroccan world: landscapes, bazaars, friends, shops, food, rifle shooting, musicians, blind singer, Dervishes, dancing, Sufism,
beggar boys talking English, camels, Saharan castle town, an oasis. Bowles talks of his life and work and discusses Gertrude Stein, Aaron Copland,
and other friends from the generation that lived in Paris in the 30’s.
NOTE:
The documentary itself captured some of the ominous tone so brilliantly manipulated[by the author. Going into the streets .and; out into the desert;
the camera recorded crbwdwi bazaars and snake charmers; religious ecstaiics arid 10-year-old street hustlers, camel caravans and magnificent oases.
Bowles is also a student 6f the areas music, and the soundtrack provided a first-rate "accompaniment of dazzling rhythms (not, as Bowles pointed out, Arabic, but Berber-African).
And in the midst of this, exotic scene strolled Bowles, urbane, sophisticated,-"-, knowledgeable, complete with flowing robes, cigarette holder and, at one point, sunglasses.
Whether recalling the native who insisted on turning himself into a goat or discussing the '-process of reintegration" that an individual's soul experiences
in the vas mess of the desert, the author might have just stepped from the pages of one of his own stories. For the space of a half-hour,
both Bowles and Morocco provided some exceptionally fine television.

[--] Camera Three: Clambake!
04Jul1971 [repeat from 30Jun68]
Synopsis:
This clambake has some high-priced cooks—gourmet Craig Claiborne and a group of French chefs (including Pierre Franey preparing clams, lobsters,
corn on the cob and French sausages at an informal beach party.


16.40 [722] Camera Three: Every Man is His Own Medici
11Jul1971
directed and produced by Merrill Brockway.
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Robert Snyder (filmmaker)
Synopsis:
Robert Snyder, a filmmaker of documentaries about the luminaries of our age, talks with Macandrew about his work and excerpts of his films are shown:
R. Buckminster Fuller talking to the camera about geometry; Casals playing Bach’s unaccompanied G Major Suite for Cello; and De Kooning at work painting and contemplating.

16.41 [723] Camera Three: Eskimo World, Eskimo Art
18Jul1971
directed and produced by John Musilli
Host James Macandrew
cast:
James Houston (designer, expert on Eskimo life, author), John Bockstoce (archeologist).
Synopsis:
The relationship between the realities of Eskimo life and the expression of that life in their art, discussed by two men with long experience in the Arctic.
Many examples of Eskimo work, and film of Eskimo life and art.

16.42 [724] Camera Three: How to Care About the Movies
25Jul1971
Host James Macandrew
cast:
Pauline Kael
George Malko
Synopsis:
A rare opportunity to see and hear respected movie critic Pauline Kael, who discusses the state of the films and film criticism with host - writer George Malko,
who has recently completed a profile of Miss Kael for Audience Magazine.

[--] Camera Three: An Elegant Legacy
01Aug1971 [repeat from 04Oct70]

[--] Camera Three: The Magic of Peter Brook [Part I]
08Aug1971 [repeat from 28Feb71]

[--] Camera Three: La Belle Epoque
15Aug1971 [repeat from 18Oct70]

[--] Camera Three: Prospectives of Maurice Bejart [Part I]
22Aug1971 [repeat from 17Jan71]

[--] Camera Three: Terminal
29Aug1971 [repeat from 10Jan71]

[--] Camera Three: Wishes, Lies and Dreams
05Sep1971 [repeat from 27Sep70]

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