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January 1996, Week 2


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Chad Dell <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 9 Jan 1996 15:45:35 -0600
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>        In preparing to teach a course on documentary, I am interested in
>the VHS availability of the CBS Reports piece "The Uncounted Enemy:  A
>Vietnam Deception" (1982).   This was the 90-minute doc. hosted by Mike
>Wallace which drew a libel suit from Wm Westmoreland.
My first step would be to ask CBS.  A colleague of mine working on a 1950s
NBC doc managed to get a little info (if not the actual doc) from NBC, which
in turn was helpful in finding the piece in question.
Otherwise, I'd suggest you post to AMIA-L, the list for the Association of
of Moving Image Archivists.  When last I checked, they were at:
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Best of luck,
Chad Dell
Department of Communication Arts
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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