Robert Drew


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Primary (1960) - A Candidate's View The opening of documentarian Robert Drew's first in his series of films chronicling the election and presidency of John F. Kennedy, beginning with senator Hubert H. Humphrey campagning in the Wisconsin primary, in Primary, 1960.
Primary (1960) - If We Can Hold The Darts Senators John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts and Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, campaigning in the Democratic Presidential Primary in Wisconsin, early 1960, from Robert Drew's documentary Primary, 1960.
Adventures On The New Frontier (1961) - Eyes Of The World As broadcast on the ABC-TV series Close-Up! in 1961, the opening of documentarian Robert Drew's the second film on the 35th president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Adventures On The New Frontier.
Adventures On The New Frontier (1961) - Inauguration Day From the second segment of Robert Drew's television documentary, some behind-the-scenes coverage of the inauguration of president John F. Kennedy, January 20, 1961, featuring John Kenneth Galbraith and John Steinbeck chatting in a limo, from Adventures On The New Frontier, 1961.
Crisis: Behind A Presidential Commitment (1963) - This Is The Account What's called a cold open nowadays, plus music, documentarian Robert Drew begins with Alabama Governor George Wallace at the capital in Montgomery, then students Vivian Malone and James Hood, then Attorney General Robert Kennedy, and his brother the president, in Crisis: Behind A Presidential Commitment, 1963.
Crisis: Behind A Presidential Commitment (1963) - Alabama Is The Last State Documentarian Robert Drew offers all-but unprecedented material, Attorney General Robert Kennedy and his brother, President John F. Kennedy, consulting with aides about the admission of African-American students to the University Of Alabama, in Crisis: Behind A Presidential Commitment, 1963.

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