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Video thumbnail: American Masters When journalist Jason Fine first met Brian Wilson

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When journalist Jason Fine first met Brian Wilson

Jason Fine describes how his friendship with Brian Wilson first started.

When journalist Jason Fine first met Brian Wilson

Video thumbnail: American Masters Watch Brian Wilson produce a song

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Watch Brian Wilson produce a song

See musical genius Brian Wilson at work producing his song, "Honeycomb."

Watch Brian Wilson produce a song

Video thumbnail: American Masters Rare studio footage of the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations"

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Rare studio footage of the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations"

Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys work on "Good Vibrations" in the studio in 1966.

Rare studio footage of the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations"

Video thumbnail: American Masters Brian Wilson visits his high school

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Brian Wilson visits his high school

Brian Wilson makes a stop at his high school alma mater.

Brian Wilson visits his high school

Video thumbnail: American Masters Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road

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Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road

Explore the life and career of the legendary singer and co-founder of The Beach Boys.

Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road

Video thumbnail: American Masters Why Joe Papp thinks the theater should be free for all of us

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Why Joe Papp thinks the theater should be free for all of us

Joe Papp made it his mission to have theater be accessible to the public.

Why Joe Papp thinks the theater should be free for all of us

Video thumbnail: American Masters When Joe Papp asked Meryl Streep to take over the theater

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When Joe Papp asked Meryl Streep to take over the theater

Meryl Streep was touched, but perplexed when Papp asked her to run the theater.

When Joe Papp asked Meryl Streep to take over the theater

Video thumbnail: American Masters Representation in theater was important to Joe Papp

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Representation in theater was important to Joe Papp

When developing Free Shakespeare in the Park, Joe Papp wanted people to feel represented.

Representation in theater was important to Joe Papp

Video thumbnail: American Masters Papp turned a dilapidated building into The Public Theater

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Papp turned a dilapidated building into The Public Theater

Joe Papp saved a historic building from demolition, which evolved into The Public Theater.

Papp turned a dilapidated building into The Public Theater

Video thumbnail: American Masters The origins of Shakespeare in the Park

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The origins of Shakespeare in the Park

Papp built a stage on a 35 foot truck so he could bring Shakespeare to other communities.

The origins of Shakespeare in the Park

Video thumbnail: American Masters Joe Papp in Five Acts

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Joe Papp in Five Acts

Papp, founder of Free Shakespeare in the Park, believed great art is for all.

Joe Papp in Five Acts

Video thumbnail: American Masters Waterman – Duke: Ambassador of Aloha

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Waterman – Duke: Ambassador of Aloha

Jason Momoa narrates the story of five-time Olympic medalist and surfer Duke Kahanamoku.

Waterman – Duke: Ambassador of Aloha

Video thumbnail: American Masters Overcoming the distinct challenge of indoor swimming

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Overcoming the distinct challenge of indoor swimming

Duke found his mind and body shocked by his first time swimming in an indoor pool.

Overcoming the distinct challenge of indoor swimming

Video thumbnail: American Masters The meaning of Aloha

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The meaning of Aloha

Paul Strauch recounts a conversation he had with Duke about the power of the word "Aloha."

The meaning of Aloha

Video thumbnail: American Masters How Duke broke the swimming world record in Hawaii

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How Duke broke the swimming world record in Hawaii

Duke Kahanamoku shattered the Amateur Athletic Union's swim record in 1911.

How Duke broke the swimming world record in Hawaii

Video thumbnail: American Masters Duke's incredible rescue mission while on a surfboard

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Duke's incredible rescue mission while on a surfboard

Duke Kahanamoku rescued eight men from the capsized Thelma in California.

Duke's incredible rescue mission while on a surfboard

Video thumbnail: American Masters Marian Anderson: The Whole World in Her Hands

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Marian Anderson: The Whole World in Her Hands

Explore the life of the famous singer who became an icon for the civil rights movement.

Marian Anderson: The Whole World in Her Hands

Video thumbnail: American Masters Marian Anderson's singing recalls America's racial unrest

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Marian Anderson's singing recalls America's racial unrest

"Crucifixion" recalled the racial unrest Marian Anderson saw during her time in Chicago.

Marian Anderson's singing recalls America's racial unrest

Video thumbnail: American Masters Marian Anderson's love of fashion and shoes

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Marian Anderson's love of fashion and shoes

Marian Anderson had a vast collection of couture clothing.

Marian Anderson's love of fashion and shoes

Video thumbnail: American Masters Marian Anderson overcame discrimination with Danbury farm

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Marian Anderson overcame discrimination with Danbury farm

Anderson bought her beloved farm in Danbury, CT, with her husband, Orpheus Fisher.

Marian Anderson overcame discrimination with Danbury farm

Video thumbnail: American Masters How racism affected Marian Anderson's vocal classification

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How racism affected Marian Anderson's vocal classification

Though Marian Anderson could sing both high and low notes, she was billed as a contralto.

How racism affected Marian Anderson's vocal classification

Video thumbnail: American Masters Rennie Harris on the power of the choreographer

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Rennie Harris on the power of the choreographer

Rennie Harris describes how choreographers are responsible for their dancers.

Rennie Harris on the power of the choreographer

Video thumbnail: American Masters Choreographer Rennie Harris on channeling Ailey

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Choreographer Rennie Harris on channeling Ailey

Rennie Harris choreographed a piece about Ailey for the 60th anniversary of the company.

Choreographer Rennie Harris on channeling Ailey

Video thumbnail: American Masters Bill T. Jones remembers the first time he met Alvin Ailey

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Bill T. Jones remembers the first time he met Alvin Ailey

"I was lonely for colleagues who were people of color," said Jones upon meeting Ailey.

Bill T. Jones remembers the first time he met Alvin Ailey