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|EDDIE. Do you know what Fred Allen called TV? Chewing gum forthe eyes. |
ANNE. And I love chewing gum! What are you trying todo to me? EDDIE. I'm
tryingto showyou that your notion of averageis reallythe lowest common
|I hate television. ... Welles, Orson The most puzzling thing about TV is the steady |
advance of the sponsor across the line that has always separated news from
promotion, entertainment ... White, Elwyn Brooks TV -- chewing gum for the eyes.
|Camille Paglia: “Television is actually closer to reality than anything in books. ... |
Shimon Peres: “Television has made dictatorship impossible, but democracy
unbearable. ... Frank Lloyd Wright: “Television is chewing gum for the eyes.
|They used to call TV 'chewing gum for the eyes', but most of the time it isn't even |
that good any more. Modern chewing gum has flavour; it's constantly updated in
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|4 Video's Moving Images Television? Chewing Gum for the Eyes — Frank Lloyd |
Wright Video Experience and the Nature of the Image For many people the term "
moving image" applies equally to television and to film; indeed the idea of ...
|The kind of channel you chose to watch, rather than sitting back and enjoying the |
'chewing gum for the eyes” of mainstream TV. In short, BBC1 became available to
provide some real primetime competition to ITV. And the battle for audiences ...
|ABC Wed 8:30-9:01) MODERATOR: Iohn Mason Brown Author and critic Iohn |
Mason Brown. who once commented that “some television programs are so
much chewing gum for the eyes.” ofl'eretl this intellectual alternative in 1948-
|I smiled again as I recalled a deft definition of TV –– 'chewing gum for the eye.' |
Who needs TV when spring spreads a feast for the eye? On a day like this I had
no thought but to erase all thoughts and let nature bombard my senses. On such
|cause TV sets were still a luxury item in 1947, the home audience was skewed |
toward the upper and upper-middle classes. ... middlebrow figure, John Mason
Brown, who once described other TV shows as “so much chewing gum for the
|This is because everything on TV is wrapped in the guise of entertainment. TV |
appears to be innocuous, even frivolous, like eating cotton candy rather than a
solid meal. TV, the old joke goes, is just chewing gum for the eyes. Others have ...
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