The 1964 World's Fair took place in New York City. America was in political turmoil over civil rights issues, but the world exhibition went on as scheduled. It featured art, including Michelangelo's Pieta; thrilling rides, informative exhibits, and food from countries all over the world in the pavilions; and demonstrations of scientific advancements from electricity to nuclear fission. Judd Hirsch hosts this look at the World's Fair, featuring archival film clips, photographs, and the personal recollections of fairgoers.
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