Reviews

ANNIE OAKLEY

… it would be difficult to watch this program and not be awed by the woman’s life. Oakley, born Phoebe Ann Moses in Ohio in 1860, lived during a remarkable stretch of history that encompassed both the Civil War and World War I, one that began on horseback by lamplight and ended in automobiles under electric bulbs. … read more »

 

ISAAC IN AMERICA: A JOURNEY WITH ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER
(editor- Riva Freifeld)

… This warm hourlong visit, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1986, begins in the Singers’ cluttered apartment on Broadway, at 86th Street, with the camera sliding over mementos of his career. Pointing to a photograph of the 1978 Nobel Prize proceedings, the laureate for literature notes, ”This is the King of Sweden and this is Isaac Singer.” …
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