Frank Lloyd Wright

This interview is fascinating, particularly in consideration of how we view Mike Wallace now, and in consideration of how the world has developed since. I don’t share Wright’s sentiments on Elvis Presley, but I think he handles Wallace’s questions like a professional boxer. And at certain points you wonder how such a young Mike Wallace could unfairly grill an 88 year old Frank Lloyd Wright, which makes Wright all the more impressive.



Wallace Interviews Wright

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1 Response to “Frank Lloyd Wright”


  1. 1 sweatpantsmoney April 5, 2008 at 1:58 pm

    i was the first to interview wright in 57 B.C.


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