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April 1996, Week 5


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William Everts <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 29 Apr 1996 11:53:53 -4-1
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This may have been a topic of past postings; if so, I'm sorry to
bring it up again.
I have a family of avid film lovers, and I would be interested in
knowing if anyone has compiled a list of the "100 films everyone
should see" or as I have read recently in my field, literature,
the "Professor's Guilt List." Every once in a while I come across
a list of books every literate person should have read, etc.
I have never seen such a list for films.  Does one exist?  Or
would the list-serv attempt to compile such a list?  I recognize
the cultural bias, and possible educational and/or generational
snobbery that such a list could engender; still as an educational
guideline for my myself and my children, I would find such a list
                    Bill Everts
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