The 51st State

Episode Description
Part II of Selwyn Raab?s Juvenile Crime Report includes a brief clip of a film produced by Raab on the ?reasons behind the dramatic upsurge of violent crimes committed by children,? which won three awards and is shown before an in studio discussion with Raab and guests Patrick Moloney, Judge Reginald Matthews, Wayne Mucci, and Dr. Charles Rohrs. Tom Collins and Samuel Murray Jr. reports on the ongoing hospital strike; Gordon Weil reports on the collapse of Penn Central Railroad and the potential consolidation and nationalization of the rail system; Crane Davis reports on Chris Borgen?s, WCBS Crime reporter, perspective on covering crime in the news and getting the story.

Juvenile delinquency
Strikes and lockouts -- Hospitals
Crime and the press
New York (N.Y.)


Copyright Holder
Educational Broadcasting Corporation

Colgan, Mick

Raab, Selwyn (Juvenile Crime report)

Anson, Robert Sam

Moloney, Patrick (Juvenile Crime report)
Matthews, Judge Reginald (Juvenile Crime report)
Mucci, Wayne (Juvenile Crime report)
Rohrs, Dr. Charles (Juvenile Crime report)

Other Credits
Adams, John Q. (as Music Supervisor)
Altschuler, Peter (Film Editor)
Anthes, John (as Graphics Artists)
Armstrong, Kay (as Sound)
Barnard, Aubrey (as Assistant Cameraman)
Barnett, Juan (as Videotape Editors)
Barry, John (as Audio)
Bazadona, Michael (Associate Director)
Benson, Terry (as Stage Managers)
Besink, Nick (as Video)
Blanck, Peter (as Assistant Cameraman)
Bohen, Fred (as Managing Editor)
Boyer, Rudy (as Assistant Cameraman)
Bresnan, Richard (as Graphics Artists)
Brown, Gary (as Film Coordinator)
Bruno, Lou (as Audio)
Caravella, Victor (as Video)
Carucci, Ciro (as Mini-Camera Crew)
Chekmayan, Ara (Film Editor)
Chumbley, Leonard (Technical Director)
Contento, Al (Film Editor)
DiSanto, Guido (as Assistant Editor)
Edel, Walter (as Mini-Camera Crew)
Elliott, Clint (as Assistant Editor)
Ferrante, Frank (as Film Coordinator)
Foresta, Tony (as Film Cameramen)
Fort, William C. (as Make Up)
Fristachi, Dianne (as Production Coordinator)
Goldberg, Mark (Production Manager)
Gross, Martin L. (as Cameramen)
Hanley, Frank (as Vidifont)
Hashii, Virginia (as Sound)
Jackson, Bob (Film Editor)
Kochler, William (as Cameramen)
Kogler, Chris (as Graphics Artists)
Levey, Charles (as Film Cameramen)
Linden, Dolph (as Videotape Editors)
Malloy, James (as Film Camermen)
Marinelli, Rudy (Film Editor)
Mastrojohn, Dino (as Mini-Camera Crew)
McNeil, J. Michael (as Graphics Artists)
Morris, Robert (as Stage Managers)
Mossman, Merrily (as Stage Managers)
Nolan, John (Lighting Director)
Ortiz Jr., Eulogio (as Producation Assistant)
Page, Peter (as Film Expeditor)
Pavicevic, Nicky (as Film Sound Mix)
Peck, Charles Nelson (as Sound)
Pellegrino, Mike (Film Editor)
Pisciotta, Tony (as Cameramen)
Polis, Thomas (as Telecine)
Polizzotto, Frank (as Cameramen)
Sabo, Edward (as Mini-Camera Crew)
Schwartz, Jed (as Graphics Artists)
Simon, Miller (Associate Producer)
Smirnoff, Paul (Coordinating Producer)
White, Newton (as Scenic Design)
Zemalkowski, Bob (as Film Laboratory)

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