Beth Polson

Beth Polson

Investigative Journalist at Barbara Walters

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BETH POLSON - Emmy award-winning producer of the Barbara Walters Specials

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When Beth Polson called me to tell me about her new movie, Miss Lettie and Me, knowing the uplifting shows Beth always produces (including a CAMIE award winner for Character And Morality in Entertainment), I could hardly wait to see the screener.When Beth Polson called me to tell me about her new movie, Miss Lettie and Me, knowing the uplifting shows Beth always produces (including a CAMIE award winner for Character And Morality in Entertainment), I could hardly wait to see the screener.Beth Polson has done several LDS-themed films.Beth began her career more than 20 years ago as an investigative journalist for Barbara Walters, and then eventually moved into the writer/producer world.Beth also did The Christmas Box, the Richard Paul Evans book with Richard Thomas and Maureen O'Hara, and later its prequel, Timepiece, with James Earl Jones.Beth Polson's films are always very warm, intelligent, honest, and filled with the kinds of values we espouse, with nary a questionable word or scene.Produced by Beth Polson of The Polson Company for TNT Television as a joint venture with Johnson & Johnson.2002.

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Great Holiday TV Viewing with a New Made-for-TV Movie

When Beth Polson called me to tell me about her new movie, Miss Lettie and Me, knowing the uplifting shows Beth always produces (including a CAMIE award winner for Character And Morality in Entertainment), I could hardly wait to see the screener.When Beth Polson called me to tell me about her new movie, Miss Lettie and Me, knowing the uplifting shows Beth always produces (including a CAMIE award winner for Character And Morality in Entertainment), I could hardly wait to see the screener.Beth Polson has done several LDS-themed films.Beth began her career more than 20 years ago as an investigative journalist for Barbara Walters, and then eventually moved into the writer/producer world.Beth also did The Christmas Box, the Richard Paul Evans book with Richard Thomas and Maureen O'Hara, and later its prequel, Timepiece, with James Earl Jones.Produced by Beth Polson of The Polson Company for TNT Television as a joint venture with Johnson & Johnson.2002.

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