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James Daniel Long <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 3 Apr 1995 16:18:45 CDT
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 On Mon, 3 Apr 1995, Kristine Butler wrote:
 
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> I'd like to elicit a mass brainstorming effort:  I'm working on an idea
> concerning films in which a pre-recorded message plays a part in conveying
> narrative information (an answering machine, a tape player, etc.).
 
In "Testament" Jane Alexander learns via answering machine that the nuclear
war has permanently delayed her husband's return from work.
 
(And speaking of nuclear war, does anyone have a copy of the "Woops!"
episode where they invent an economy?)
 
Jim
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