Rearranging the Deckchairs

From newsreels to stereoscopic spectacles: a century of Titanic movies
by Leah Churner   posted Feb 24, 2010

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A note from Richard Koszarski: The author leaves out one of my favorites: the March 28, 1956 live television drama directed by George Roy Hill for NBC's Kraft Theatre. Claude Rains narrated the hour-long show, which is some sort of limit-case for "golden age" live television.
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Leah Churner is a film/video archivist and curator. She curated the series "Hollywood Musicals of the 1970s and 1980s" at Anthology Film Archives.

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