The 51st State
Episode #295

Episode Description
Lew Feldstein reports on Brooklyn politics in Brownsville, with a focus on State Assemblyman Sam Wright, in the second part of the "Target: Brooklyn" series. Gordon Weil speaks with Andrew Brimmer about the actions being taken to undercut the expected recession in 1974. Lisa Feiner reports on the illegal firemen strike and the after effects. Hal Levenson reports on the appointees by Abraham Beame to key city positions. John Hamilton speak to Al Hoffman and Frederick Ammiratis, from the Long Island Railroad, about being fired for having long hair. John Hamilton speaks with Daniel J. Berrigan and Professor Hans J. Morgenthau about their positions on the State of Israel and Israeli militarism.

Wright, Sam -- Politician -- Brooklyn (N.Y.)
Recessions -- New York (State)
Illegal strikes -- Fire fighters
Beame, Abraham -- City Officials
Long Island Railroad
Debate -- State of Israel


Copyright Holder
Educational Broadcasting Corporation

Colgan, Mick

Executive Producer
Bohen, Fred

MacAndrew, Gail (as News & Unit Field Producer)

Hamilton, John

Brimmer, Andrew
Hoffman, Al
Ammiratis, Frederick
Berrigan, Father Daniel
Morgenthau, Hans J.

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 Camerman)
Barnett, Juan (as Videotape Editors)
Barry, John (as Audio)
Baxter, Ernest (as Stage Manager)
Bazadona, Michael (Associate Director)
Besink, Nick (as Video)
Bevins, Henry (as Telecine)
Blanck, Peter (as Assistant Camerman)
Boyer, Rudy (as Assistant Camerman)
Bresnan, Richard (as Graphics Artists)
Brown, Gary (as Film Coordinator)
Bruno, Lou (as Audio)
Caravella, Victor (as Video)
Carucci, Ciro (as Camera Crew)
Chekmayan, Ara (Film Editor)
Chumbley, Leonard (Technical Director)
Contento, Al (Film Editor)
Cristodoulou, Jon (as Sound)
DiSanto, Guido (as Assistant Editor)
Edel, Walter (as Mini-Camera Crew)
Elliott, Clint (as Assistant Editor)
Feiner, Lisa (Reporter)
Ferrante, Frank (as Film Coordinator)
Forsyth, Al (as Mini-Camera Crew)
Fort, William C. (as Make Up)
Fristachi, Dianne (as Production Coordinator)
Goldberg, Mark (Production Manager)
Hamilton, John (Reporter)
Hanley, Frank (as Vidifont)
Hashii, Virginia (as Sound)
Kinard Jr., John (Lighting Director)
Kogler, Chris (as Graphics Artists)
Levenson, Hal (Reporter)
Linden, Dolph (as Videotape Editors)
Malloy, James (as Film Cameraman)
Marinelli, Rudy (Film Editor)
Marshall, Tony (Associate Director)
Mastrojohn, Dino (as Mini-Camera Crew)
McNeil, J. Michael (as Graphics Artists)
Milito, Sebastian (as Still Photography)
Molina, Danny (as Camera Crew)
Morris, Robert (Associate Director)
Morris, Robert (as Stage Manager)
Mull, Martin (as Theme Music)
Nolan, John (Lighting Director)
Ortiz Jr., Eulogio (as Production Assistant)
Ortiz, Israel (Film Editor)
Page, Peter (as Film Expeditor)
Palmer, Wayne (as Cameraman)
Pavicevic, Nicky (as Film Sound Mix)
Pekurney, Paul (as Videotape Editors)
Pellegrino, Mike (Film Editor)
Polis, Thomas (as Video)
Raab, Selwyn (as Managing Editor)
Simon, Miller (Associate Producer)
Smirnoff, Paul (Coordinating Producer)
Spain, Jesse (as Telecine)
Thomas, John (as Cameraman)
Weil, Gordon (Reporter)
White, Newton (as Scenic Design)
Zemalkowski, Bob (as Film Laboratory)

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