I for one would love to know--is this a feature? a short?
a documentary? Who produced it?
Edward R. O'Neill
Jennifer M. Bean wrote:
> Hi Scott -- Yes, I did manage to find two copies of 16mm prints. One is
> held at NYU, and one at the Medical Archive Center/Library in Maryland.
> Thanks for remembering this request -- Best,
> Jennifer M. Bean
> Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies
> Dept. of Comparative Literature
> Box 354338
> University of Washington-Seattle
> Seattle, WA 98195-4338
> Fax: 206.685.2017
> >From: [log in to unmask]
> >To: [log in to unmask]
> >Subject: Re: narcosynthesis
> >Date: Wed, Mar 17, 1999, 2:32 PM
> >Did anyone ever find this?
> >Scott Andrew Hutchins
> >Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More!
> >"Colorless green ideas sleep furiously."--Noam Chomsky
> >On Tue, 15 Dec 1998, Jennifer M. Bean wrote:
> >> I am doing research on a psychiatrist, Cornelia Wilbur, and I am trying to
> >> track down a movie she made in 1945. The reference I have is:
> >> "Narcosynthesis, Pennsylvania Cinema Register, State College, Pennsylvania
> >> (1945)." Has anyone heard of this film? Is it extant? Any information or
> >> research tips you might have would be most appreciated.
> >> I hope all are well in the holiday season.
> >> Jennifer M. Bean
> >> Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies
> >> Box 354338
> >> University of Washington-Seattle
> >> Seattle, WA 98195-4338
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