• American Masters -- Bing Crosby and Maurice Chevalier Duet
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby and Maurice Chevalier Duet
    Legends Bing Crosby and French entertainer Maurice Chevalier sing "I'm Glad I'm ...
    Legends Bing Crosby and French entertainer Maurice Chevalier sing "I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore" from the film "Gigi" on Bing Crosby's television special in 1961. This film outtake is from American ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby's Innovations in Technology
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby's Innovations in Technology
    Not only was Crosby a multimedia star, he advanced the technology to record ...
    Not only was Crosby a multimedia star, he advanced the technology to record music and make television --- such as the laugh track. Filmmaker Robert Trachtenberg describes how his crew was able to ...
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  • American Masters -- Web Exclusive: Bing Crosby Roasts Film Director Raoul Walsh
    S28 E10: Web Exclusive: Bing Crosby Roasts Film Director Raoul Walsh
    In this exclusive outtake from Bing Crosby Rediscovered, hear ...
    In this exclusive outtake from Bing Crosby Rediscovered, hear never-before-released audio of Bing Crosby singing the lyrics he penned to roast Hollywood director Raoul Walsh. The filming of "Going ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby Performs "The Second Time Around"
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby Performs "The Second Time Around"
    In this web exclusive, see Bing Crosby's full performance of "The Second Time ...
    In this web exclusive, see Bing Crosby's full performance of "The Second Time Around" (music by Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn). A clip of this song from Crosby's television special in 1961 is seen ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby, An All-Purpose Singer
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby, An All-Purpose Singer
    Bing Crosby recorded thousands of songs during the height of his career. Singer ...
    Bing Crosby recorded thousands of songs during the height of his career. Singer and pianist Michael Feinstein and Ken Barnes, who wrote songs with Crosby in the 1970s, talk about Crosby's prolific ...
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  • American Masters -- Crosby Family Remembers Bing
    S28 E10: Crosby Family Remembers Bing
    In this exclusive clip, Bing Crosby's family reflects on his life as a performer ...
    In this exclusive clip, Bing Crosby's family reflects on his life as a performer and family man. Hear all surviving members of Crosby’s immediate family — his wife Kathryn, daughter Mary and sons ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby and David Bowie Christmas Duet
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby and David Bowie Christmas Duet
    Bing Crosby and David Bowie sing a duet in Crosby's Christmas television special ...
    Bing Crosby and David Bowie sing a duet in Crosby's Christmas television special in 1977. See their performance of "The Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth" and find out what it took to get Bowie to ...
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  • American Masters -- The Road Films: Bing Crosby and Bob Hope
    S28 E10: The Road Films: Bing Crosby and Bob Hope
    At the age of 37, Bing Crosby had 24 films behind him and his Hollywood career ...
    At the age of 37, Bing Crosby had 24 films behind him and his Hollywood career was at a crossroads. He found the perfect comedic partner in Bob Hope, with whom he had first performed on stage in 1932. ...
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  • American Masters -- Filmmaker Interview: Bing Crosby Rediscovered
    S28 E10: Filmmaker Interview: Bing Crosby Rediscovered
    Director Robert Trachtenberg worked with the Bing Crosby estate to bring a ...
    Director Robert Trachtenberg worked with the Bing Crosby estate to bring a wealth of audio recordings and images to the public from the first time. In this interview he speaks about the challenge of ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin Sing Together
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin Sing Together
    America's most famous crooners --- Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin ...
    America's most famous crooners --- Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin --- sing "The Oldest Established" song from the musical Guys and Dolls. This web-exclusive clip captures the three ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby's Charity and "Take Care of" List
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby's Charity and "Take Care of" List
    Bing Crosby used his fame and wealth to help friends, acquaintances and ...
    Bing Crosby used his fame and wealth to help friends, acquaintances and strangers in ways both public and nearly invisible. In this web-exclusive outtake, Crosby's biographer Gary Giddins describes ...
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  • American Masters -- Bing Crosby's Style of Singing
    S28 E10: Bing Crosby's Style of Singing
    Bing Crosby sang as if he were addressing only one person with his voice. "What ...
    Bing Crosby sang as if he were addressing only one person with his voice. "What Bing created was the art of intimacy," says singer Tony Bennett. Entertainer Michael Feinstein uses the song "Moonlight ...
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  • American Masters -- The Powerful Memory of Music
    S28 E8: The Powerful Memory of Music
    Serving in Vietnam and the music of the era are inextricably linked for veteran ...
    Serving in Vietnam and the music of the era are inextricably linked for veteran and author Tim O'Brien (b. 1946). "One of my most powerful memories of Vietnam has nothing to do with bullets and ...
  • American Masters -- Web Exclusive: Japanese-American Internees Today
    S28 E7: Web Exclusive: Japanese-American Internees Today
    Photographer Paul Kitagaki Jr. found surviving Japanese-Americans who were ...
    Photographer Paul Kitagaki Jr. found surviving Japanese-Americans who were photographed by Dorothea Lange and others as they were taken to internment camps during World War II. This forced relocation ...
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  • American Masters -- Lange's Photos of the Internment of Japanese-Americans
    S28 E7: Lange's Photos of the Internment of Japanese-Americans
    The U.S. War Relocation Authority hired photographer Dorothea Lange to document ...
    The U.S. War Relocation Authority hired photographer Dorothea Lange to document the relocation of Japanese-Americans to internment camps during World War II. It horrified her, but she felt it was ...
  • American Masters --  The Dust Bowl: Documenting the First Migrants to California
    S28 E7: The Dust Bowl: Documenting the First Migrants to California
    Photographer Dorothea Lange and her husband were the first to witness and to ...
    Photographer Dorothea Lange and her husband were the first to witness and to understand the causes of the huge migration to California in the 1930s: families were escaping the Dust Bowl. In this ...
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  • American Masters -- Dorothea Lange's Portrait Studio in San Francisco
    S28 E7: Dorothea Lange's Portrait Studio in San Francisco
    In 1919 at the age of 24, Dorothea Lange opened her own portrait studio in San ...
    In 1919 at the age of 24, Dorothea Lange opened her own portrait studio in San Francisco, which was a success and simultaneously became a social gathering spot for artists. American Masters — ...
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  • American Masters -- Lange's Eye on The Great Depression and Sharecropping
    S28 E7: Lange's Eye on The Great Depression and Sharecropping
    Dorothea Lange's photographed resilient men and women struggling with the Great ...
    Dorothea Lange's photographed resilient men and women struggling with the Great Depression and sharecropping system. Lange tells the story of Tom Collins, the manager of "Migratory Labor Camp," whom ...
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  • American Masters -- Dorothea Lange's Museum of Modern Art Retrospective
    S28 E7: Dorothea Lange's Museum of Modern Art Retrospective
    In this excerpt from Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning, curator John ...
    In this excerpt from Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning, curator John Szarkowsi and Lange prepare for her career retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). It would be the first ...
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  • American Masters -- Polio and Iron Lungs in the 1950s. Le Clercq's Illness.
    S28 E6: Polio and Iron Lungs in the 1950s. Le Clercq's Illness.
    Ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq contracted polio while on tour in Europe in 1956. ...
    Ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq contracted polio while on tour in Europe in 1956. She was hospitalized in Copenhagen, where an iron lung kept her breathing and her husband George Balanchine stayed to ...
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  • American Masters -- Western Symphony: One of Tanaquil Le Clercq's Last Dances
    S28 E6: Western Symphony: One of Tanaquil Le Clercq's Last Dances
    Watch a clip of Tanaquil Le Clercq and Jacques d’Amboise in Western Symphony, ...
    Watch a clip of Tanaquil Le Clercq and Jacques d’Amboise in Western Symphony, one of the last ballets Le Clercq performed in before falling ill with polio on the New York City Ballet's European tour ...
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