Television: Collector's Item

Jean Kerr is a tall (5 ft. 11½ in.),, witty free-lance writer (Harper's Bazaar, New York Times) and playwright (Touch and Go, King of Hearts) who writes mostly in her green Chevy—a sort of mobile workshop that she parks on side roads near her Larchmont home "to escape housework, interruptions from the kids and television." But last week Writer Kerr had to do her writing at home—before the TV—because she had been asked to take vacationing Critic John Crosby's caustic TV corner in the New York Herald Tribune (for which her husband, Walter Kerr, is drama critic). She made it clear...

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