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Review

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Erte - High Priest of Camp
For half a century one of the most extravagant, often outrageous, designers for stage and cinema has been the Russian artist Erte. In
. the 20s and 30s Harpers Bazaar,
The Folies Bergere, George White 's Scandals and movie queens like Joan Crawford were adorned by his exotic fantasies.
To celebrate his biography this week Erte, now 79, comes to the Review studio bringing fashion models and also designs covering a life's work. Also unusual film of the Paris and Hollywood where he worked.
Directed by PETER ADAM
Bartok
Using pictures, poems, and music Review pays tribute to the great Hungarian composer Bela Bartok who died in New York 25 years ago this week - exiled and in almost total oblivion. One of his last works, the Sonata for Solo Violin, extracts of which are played by GYÖRGY PAUK, speaks clearly of his homesickness and his fierce courage. VLADEK SHEY-BAL reads a poem on Bartok by GYULYA ILLES
Directed by ROBERT VAS Producers
PETER ADAM. TONY STAVEACR1 Editor JAMES MOSSMAN

Contributors

Unknown: George White
Unknown: Joan Crawford
Directed By: Peter Adam
Unknown: Bela Bartok
Directed By: Robert Vas
Unknown: Peter Adam.
Editor: James Mossman

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