Four Corners, The (Miniseries) (1957)

Eight half-hour shows for the summer of 1957, The Four Corners was a series of subjective travel essays by Canadians. Leo Rampen talked about Paris, using his own drawings. Writer and editor Kildare Dobbs discussed his childhood in Ireland and Tanganyika, using music, film, and his own poetry. Alan Brown provided a portrait of Spain through the traditions of flamenco, using film, poetry, music, and dance. Other programs included Raoul Engel on Japan, and the Danish explorer Peter Freuchen.

Cast:
Patrick Watson....Host


Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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