This episode features two wildly different segments. In the first, ten short plays exposing the devastating effects of pollution are performed, including "The Beautiful Fish" about a ... See full summary »

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(segment "Foul!") (as Francis Sternhagen)
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(segment "Foul!") (as Sam Waterson)
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This episode features two wildly different segments. In the first, ten short plays exposing the devastating effects of pollution are performed, including "The Beautiful Fish" about a couple's unhappy experience fishing in the Hudson River; "Play for Trees" concerning two pine trees about to be chopped down for Christmas and "Kissing Sweet" about industrial pollution. In the second segment Gwen Verdon and Cyril Ritchard read pieces written by Lewis Carroll, including a portion of "Alice in Wonderland". Written by Anonymous

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26 November 1970 (USA)  »

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