Radio & TV: Macbeth in Color

For the eye, last week's NBC-TV Macbeth was a triumph. The camera work was so carefully plotted that, on the screen, the play had a novel air of extreme fluidity. Oddly enough, because of the narrow range imposed by the color-TV control board, Director George Schaefer used only three cameras on the set and one on a platform, instead of the five cameras that handled the black-and-white telecast of Hamlet two years ago. However Schaefer achieved his remarkable mobility by keeping his camera moving into and out of the scene during each long sequence....

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