The Best of Armstrong Circle Theatre

By: Settel, Trudy and Irving (adapted by)

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[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.

Title: The Best of Armstrong Circle Theatre

Author: Settel, Trudy and Irving (adapted by)

Categories: Television and Radio,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The Citadel Press: (c.1959)

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 20861

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