How to Write Scripts: a wonderful blast from the past.

In the September 1957 edition of Radio-active, the ABC house magazine, experienced script editor George Kerr offered some sage advice, which involved cats, costumes and the particular meaning of story
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In the September 1957 edition of Radio-active, the ABC house magazine, experienced script editor George Kerr offered some sage advice, which involved cats, costumes and the particular meaning of story.

Notes on Playwriting for TV by George F. Kerr

Mr. Kerr, a former television script editor with the BBC and with two commercial TV companies, ATV and ABC in London, has spent the last eight years in writing and adapting plays. He is now writing several half-hour crime plays under the title “KILLER IN CLOSE-UP”, the first of which was produced by the ABC on September 4.

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