Radio: The Week in Review

Like a summer bride, television last week decked itself in something old, something new and something borrowed. There was even something blue (see below).

The old item was Shakespeare's dependable Julius Caesar, done for the third time in six years by CBS's Studio One. Quite a lot was wrong with this production: Brutus (Philip Bourneuf) was too short, Cassius (Shepperd Strudwick) too wholesome, Mark Antony (Alfred Ryder) too boyish. Yet for all its imbalance, it was entertaining. Producer Alex March, faced with the insuperable job of cramming the 2½-hour play into the allotted...

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