SHAW FESTIVAL George Bernard Shaw's first play "Widowers Houses" is performed on stage at the Shaw Festival in Niagara On The Lake. The lead actor in the play speaks to an entertainment reporter analyzing the play and discussing his role in it.
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Date: July 2, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:08:00, With Audio
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW ARRIVES IN U.S. - 4 On the deck of his cruise ship, George Bernard Shaw is welcomed to America by some local officials. Shaw is in a playful mood and jokes about some staged on-camera introductions.
IRISH PLAYWRIGHT GEORGE BERNARD SHAW PREPARS FOR WORK Irish playwright and novelist George Bernard Shaw prepares to work as he pulls out a typewriter and begins to load paper into it. The England-based playwright has the unique honor of being awarded both a Nobel Prize for literature in 1925 and an Oscar in 1938 for his adapted screenplay Pygmalion.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW - 2 The witty author and playwright George Bernard Shaw greets a movie going audience with a brief greeting to the camera. Very amusing and a good display of this intelligent, playful individual.
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