A Christmas Memory
1966 | ABC
Truman Capote’s famous story, A Christmas Memory, was brought to life on the television screen with all its hauntingly beautiful qualities intact. Superbly produced by the Perrys* and acted to the hilt by Geraldine Page and a small but distinguished supporting cast, this was one of the very finest TV hours of 1966—marred only by the unfortunate interruptions of jarring commercials at all the wrong moments. *The Perrys were a husband and wife team, writer Eleanor and producer-director Frank.
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