Critic at Large (1948)
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Sobre Critic at Large
Author and critic John Mason Brown, who once commented that “some television programs are so much chewing gum for the eyes,” offered this intellectual alternative in 1948-1949. It consisted of an informal living-room discussion on the arts with two or three guests, of the caliber of author James Michener, producer Billy Rose, publishrer Bennet Cerf, and critic Bosley Crowther. The subjects ranged from modern art to new novels, films, the theater and fashions.