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Laura Davis-Clapper <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 19 Jan 1995 14:03:04 CST
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The following message is a cross-posting from ModBrits,
a discussion list in Modern British and Irish Literature.
We ModBritians were hoping that you film buffs on the
net might be able to help with the following request.
(Please feel free to forward this message to other lists.)
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                              M O D B R I T S
Department of English                                Center for Conrad Studies
                           Kent State University
Vol. 4                                                               No. 01.3a
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Part of the program for the April 1995 Conrad Conference at
Kent State University will be showings of films of Conrad
works. The conference organizers are hoping that readers
(that is, viewers) may be able to help locate the following films:
_The Rover_. Shot in Elba, this 1967 Italian film was directed
by Terrance Young and starred Anthony Quinn as Peyrol,
Rita Hayworth as Catherine, and Rosanna Schiaffino as Arlette.
The music, apparently famous, was by Ennio Morricone (and is
available on CD). The film was a Canon commercial video release
(Canon CV007) in Britain in 1982. A few years ago, Canon in the UK
divided into two parts, one of which was MGM. A contact in Britain
has tried but hasn't had success locating the film there.
_Razumov_. This French film version of _Under Western Eyes_ was
directed by Marc Allegret and released in Paris in 1937 by
Productions Andre Daven. It was released in the States through
Brandon Films in 1938.
_The Rescue_. A 1929 Samuel Goldwyn production starring
Ronald Coleman, this film is available in the US from
George Eastman House. However, we may need to locate another
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Laura Davis-Clapper ([log in to unmask])