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The Best of Armstrong Circle Theatre, Settel, Trudy and Irving (adapted by)

Author    Settel, Trudy and Irving (adapted by)

Title   The Best of Armstrong Circle Theatre

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Good

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   New York The Citadel Press (c.1959)

ISBN Number    NO

Seller ID   20861

[covers rubbed and edgeworn, a little fading to spine; binding solid, internally clean]. Trade PB "The most talked-about television documentaries now presented in story form." Early examples of the "docu-drama" form; includes adaptations of "Buried 20,000 Years--The Dead Sea Scrolls" (original teleplay by Irve Tunick), " Thirty Days to Reconsider" (original teleplay by Roger Hirson, about a Los Angeles couple who attempt to save their marriage through counseling), and "Assignment--Junkie's Alley" (original teleplay by Mel Goldberg, about an undercover policewoman trying to crack a drug ring in South Philadelphia). The book itself is not illustrated, but there is a black & white still from each of the three programs on the rear cover, and the inside front cover reproduces a sequence of six images from an Armstrong TV commercial.

Drama Dead Sea Scrolls Marriage Counseling Drug Addiction TV Commercials Philadelphia Los Angeles

Price = 10.00 USD



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