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One Pair of Eyes

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Doomsday Never Comes ... declares John Crosby , optimist, in this series of highly personal films.
' Pessimism about the future is very fashionable - and very profitable. But if I could have any period of history to live in, I would choose to be living right now.' So says JOHN CROSBY , the Observer columnist, who belongs to that long list of celebrated Americans who have settled in Britain.
In this film Crosby tries to bring a spark of common sense to what he regards as the current hysterias about pollution, over population, world food shortages and other sacred subjects.
Producer DAVID WHEELER Director WILLIAM BRAYNE

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Unknown: John Crosby
Unknown: John Crosby
Producer: David Wheeler
Director: William Brayne

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