The Eye of the Storm (1970 film)
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|The Eye of the Storm|
|Directed by||William Peters|
|Narrated by||Bill Beutel|
|Distributed by||American Broadcasting Company (ABC)|
The Eye of the Storm is a 25-minute 1970 American television documentary featuring schoolteacher Jane Elliott conducting her Blue-Eyes-Brown-Eyes exercise in discrimination, which was narrated by Bill Beutel and directed by William Peters.
William Peters follows Jane Elliott's schoolroom exercise of dividing an otherwise homogenous group of elementary school kids by their eye color.
- Bill Beutel as the narrator and ABC reporter
- Jane Elliott as Herself
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