The Marionette Actor

The Marionette Actor

Author: Ralph Chesse

Publisher: Univ Pub Assoc

ISBN: UOM:39015040804026

Page: 69

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In this book, Chesse pioneers an approach to classic drama, documents the working of the government-sponsored years with the Federal Theatre Marionette Units in California, and concludes with his fourteen-year adventure in television, ...

In this book, Chesse pioneers an approach to classic drama, documents the working of the government-sponsored years with the Federal Theatre Marionette Units in California, and concludes with his fourteen-year adventure in television, producing the award-winning program, Brother Buzz.



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