This is kind of cool - it's from back in the day when the Hallmark Hall of Fame actually showed something other than weepy chick-flicks. It's the complete telecast of Henrik Ibsen's disturbing 1879 play A Doll's House. This broadcast, from November 15, 1959, stars Christopher Plummer and Julie Harris. It's a good example of televison of the late 50s - not great, perhaps, but a very good quality drama, and certainly indicative of the quality production that used to be, well, the hallmark of Hallmark.
The broadcast was 90 minutes, including commercials; this collection of 12 videos, sans ads, runs about 75 minutes. Check it out when you've got a chance - it's likely far more worthwhile than the dreck on TV tonight. ◙