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March 2003, Week 3


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Scott Andrew Hutchins <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 16 Mar 2003 18:56:51 -0500
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Does anyone know where I can get this?  Douglas Davis created it, and his website is no longer available.  I have a FAX number for him, but I don't have convenient access to a FAX machine for what is likely a waste of time.  I think he wanted $200 a copy before.  It's a 20 minute film done in the style of the tryptich of Abel Gance's Napoleon, with that story on one screen, The Wizard of Oz on another, and The Maltese Falcon on the other.  I don't know if he shot new material or pasted the Hollywood productions together.  He got Diane Keaton to narrate.  I tried to get it through ILL to no avail.

Scott Andrew Hutchins
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