Description: Episode #12 OBD: 1963-12-23 TRT: 30 min Description: This program takes a look at the other side of the Christmas season. N.E.T. camera crews travel back to capture vignettes of the post-Christmas period. Some of the subjects covered are holiday tipping, holiday gaiety, the decline of holiday parties, and Santa Claus. Host: Gay Talese, staff writer of The New York Times, is the commentator. Partial Description of Vignettes: Holiday Tipping: Questions are posed as to whether tips are given more generously during the season, and whether tipping falls off sharply after the holiday. Santa Claus: A contrasting look at the Santas before and after they receive their instructions and start on their appointed rounds. Holiday Gaiety: Points view of waiters who work during the holiday and the diners who are there to “enjoy themselves.” Decline of Office Parties: Reactions to the trend of eliminating and discouraging office Christmas parties and the reasons for it. AT ISSUE: THE NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS A 1963 National Educational Television production Executive producer: Alvin Perlmutter Producer: Leonard Zweig
Keywords: women's rights
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