Edward R. Murrow

  1. United States broadcast journalist remembered for his reports from London during World War II (1908-1965)
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  • Mr. Kanfer avoids naming Bogart's many imitators, but I can recall that even before his death Bogart's spirit glimmered in Edward R. Murrow (the trench coat, the cigarette); in Jack Kennedy (Irish toughness, Harvard wit); in old white-shoe veterans of lonely World War II parachute drops with the OSS; in the writer Lillian Hellman, until she was revealed as a sanctimonious liar not long before her death. Cool Is as Cool Was
  • After a thrilling year in theatrical release, Aviva Kempner's excellent documentary, "Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg" is now on DVD with extras: Berg's guest appearances with Edward R. Murrow and on Ed Sullivan, her recipe for chicken in the pot with kneidlach. Regina Weinreich: D'Jew?: Woody Allen, Ruth Gruber, Gertrude Berg, and the Jews of Eastern Europe
  • With typical waggery he said his success was due to heroic wartime reporting by Edward R. Murrow of CBS. NBC News Correspondent Was Tart-Tongued Grammar Guru
  • But his occasional stumbles should not erase his efforts to uphold the bygone standards of Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite.
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