Regarded as the father of American Ballet, choreographer George Balanchine created over 400 works. His life and achievements are celebrated here in this PBS series that includes archival footage, interviews with the man himself and many of his colleagues, along with excerpts from many of his ballets such as 'Cahconne', 'Apollo' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

Year: 1984
Genre: Documentaries, Performing Arts, General Docos, Dance on Film
Country: USA
Director: Merrill Brockway
Duration: 156 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Performing Arts



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