1964 | NBC Television
NBC’s color documentary, The Louvre, carried the American viewer on an exciting hour-long excursion into the world of art and history. Excellent when seen in black and white, it was the added dimension of color that truly brought the great French museum to life. Charles Boyer, with his reverent narration, was the perfect guide. Producer Lucy Jarvis and all connected with this production are worthy of Peabody commendations.
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