Television’s Strangest Moments

 

Television's Strangest Moments

TELEVISION’S STRANGEST MOMENTS (Quentin Falk & Ben Falk) (As contributor)

Most people won’t recall Wall of Tyranny, the ’80s TV movie that shot in Bradford and briefly turned parts of the city into Eastern Berlin circa 1961. It starred David McCallum, Sid Caesar and Tony Danza and was a love story set amidst the chaos of the Cold War. It was the first time I had been on a film location and elements of that visit were remembered for a brief essay in this anthology of oddments associated with television from all around the world.

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