Author: Phillips Wylly
ISBN 978-1-62137-648-4 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-654-5 (eBook)
Here is a glimpse into the early days of network television. The beginnings of TV News. A-Bomb Tests in the Nevada desert. The first international TV transmission. A look at post War Japan. A visit to Holland, Spain and Monaco. Here, too, a peek into the private lives of well known people who were often seen on television in those early days: Jackie Kennedy, Carl Sandburg, Rocky Grazziano, Sophia Loren, Kate Smith, Otto Preminger, well known authors, political figures, a Mafia kingpin, an internationally known entrepreneur. Together with his personal observations and comments, this is the story of a lucky man who was part of those events and knew those people.
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