When "Christmas" wasn't a dirty word on television

Or anywhere else, for that matter.

Check out this “60 Minutes” story from its first season, in 1968. On the night before Christmas, Harry Reasoner actually dared to talk about Jesus Christ  – and the story explored what he may have looked like.

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  1. Joe Cleary says:

    Just wondering — was a younger Greg Kandra an editor or producer on this story? It was nicely done .

    [I'm flattered, Joe. But I would have been nine years old. :-) Dcn. G.]

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