Blu-ray Boutique: Episode 22 – The Golden Age of Television Part 1

Hosts and Tim Rosenberger and Rosalie Lewis travel back to the Golden Age of Television with four live teleplays featured in Criterion’s boxset…um…The Golden Age of Television. Hollywood later adapted all but one of the four teleplays — Marty (1953), Patterns (1955), No Time For Sergeants (1955), and A Wind from the South (1955) — into successful feature films and were written by legends like Paddy Chayefsky, Rod Serling, and Ira Levin.

Written by Tim Rosenberger

Tim Rosenberger is a Midwest journalist with a passion for film, a Star Trek phaser in the bathroom, and a last name that’s always spelled wrong. He’s a lover of all film genres and time periods but does lean towards pre-1960s movies, with a particular love for the ‘30s and ‘40s. A film blogger, video reviewer and podcaster in his spare time, he lives with his wife, a cat who hates him, and his adorable and way cuter than your child daughter.

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