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The Faye Emerson Show. October 31, 1950

Halloween party. WCFTR call number: CB 450A

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The Faye Emerson Show. January 29, 1951

Faye reads a letter about ghosts and haunted houses. She invites Joseph Dunninger of the Universal Council for Psychic Research, on the show. Dunninger, a skeptic, shows how some tricks can be used…

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The Faye Emerson Show. January 5, 1951

Actress Celeste Holm visits Faye to talk about her new play Affairs of State. Holm has brought with her four members of the play's production staff - Peter Zeisler the stage manager, Sam Roseman…

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The Faye Emerson Show. October 7, 1950

Faye begins the show by talking about an abandoned Air Force project investigating flying saucers. She shows illustrations by Jim Carmichael of aliens. Frank Scully talks about UFOs and claims to…

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The Faye Emerson Show. December 9, 1950

Faye welcomes Douglas Fairbanks, Jr who talks about his last film State Secret. He says it took a month just to shoot the mountain climbing sequence. They also talk about his films Prisoner of Zenga…

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The Faye Emerson Show. May 21, 1951

Seventeen year old John Serrano from Brooklyn talks to Faye about the film he has made and its depictions of gangs and violence. Lloyd McCorkle, the director of Highfields, an experimental juvenile…

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The Faye Emerson Show. April 4, 1951

WCFTR call number: CC 299A Faye talks to physicist Dr. Ralph Lapp about the Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Laboratory toy set he wrote the manual for. The kit is to help children understand the science…

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The Faye Emerson Show. June 20, 1951

WCFTR call number: CC 332A

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The Making Of A Man. 1969

Prize-winning film for the Women's American ORT (the Organization for Rehabilitation through Training), filmed in Iran. Produced and directed by Harold Mayer. WCFTR call number: CC 938

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Clinical Faculty Development Series | DEI: Stories (and Advice) from the Trenches as a Woman in Medicine

Presented by Christie Seibert, MD Associate Dean for Medical Student Education and Services Professor (CHS) Division of General Internal Medicine

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The Faye Emerson Show. May 18, 1951

Faye spends the show answering letters she has received. Letters cover a wide range of topics including her marriage, her son Scoop, recipes that use Pepsi as well as some mail attacking her looks,…

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The Faye Emerson Show. January 8, 1951

Faye welcomes director Otto Preminger and theater owner Harry Brandt to the show to discuss the future of motion pictures and the effect television has had on the film industry. Brandt argues that,…

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The Faye Emerson Show. October 19, 1950

Faye talks with theater director Paton Price, architect Frank Lloyd Wright, and playwright Tennessee Williams about the controversy surrounding a new theater Wright designed for Hartford, CT. The…

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A Fireside Chat with Karen Catlin, author of Better Allies

Gender inequality is part of a long list of statistics that show how the imbalance of power in the workplace affects culture, social structure, and economics and is one of the key focuses of UW…

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Through The Lens Of Hmong Women Final

Through the Lens of Hmong Women is a short film created by Carrie and Penny Xiong. We made this film for our independent study class. Our purpose for this short film is to show the struggles and…

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