Video: American Masters
AMERICAN MASTERS is an ongoing series of award-winning primetime specials examining the lives, works, and creative processes of our most outstanding cultural artists. Created in 1984 by Susan Lacy and produced by Thirteen/WNET for national public television, the series is both a celebration and an exploration of creativity in America. Consisting of more than 250 hours of programming to date, AMERICAN MASTERS is a growing film library documenting the role important individuals, groups, and movements have played in the formation of our cultural identity.
Full Program: Watch footage from the cutting room floor for Merle Haggard: Learning to Live With Myself 19:18
Full Program: The filmmakers behind Louisa May Alcott discuss the making of the film. 25:32
Full Program: Watch six scenes from Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind 'Little Women.' 23:46
Full Program: In April 1923, four visionary brothers founded what grew into the Warner Bros. empire. 01:09:13