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CBC celebrates 75 years of Arts and Entertainment (Clip 12)

Between 1967 and 1973 Robert Fulford hosted a weekly late-night arts and culture show. His wife and the show's first producer, Geraldine Sherman, created the half-hour program called This is Robert Fulford. The piece we have for you now is from 1970 and was a retrospective a year later of Woodstock and the documentary film that was made about it.

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