Television: Talent Associates

Television seldom has a big moment, but this week it had a great one. On tape since June, David Susskind's two-hour dramatization of Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory, starring Sir Laurence Olivier, was finally broadcast. The show more than lived up to its press-agentry as the most important "TV event of the fall.

Set in the Tabasco state of southern Mexico during the era of religious persecution in the late '20s and early '30s, The Power and the Glory follows the last functioning priest to his inevitable destruction before a firing...

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