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Thu, 6 Apr 2000 22:39:16 -0500
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Any hints for me yet?

On Mon, 27 Mar 2000 [log in to unmask] wrote:

> I'm looking for sources on _The Night of the Hunter_.  Can anyone direct
> me?  It's not an easy film to find material written about.  The main idea
> for this paper (in a graduate course) is dealing with Brecht's aesthetic
> influence over Laughton, which seems much stronger than his political
> influence.  I am very fortunate that there is going to be a local
> production of _Galileo_ in a couple of weeks at Edyven Repertory Theatre
> (, a theatre that is reliable for producing amateur acting
> that doesn't look like amateur acting.  (Often they cast professional
> actors who just don't get paid for the particular show--but only the
> non-equity ones can do that, as I understand.)
> Scott
> ================================================================================
> Scott Andrew Hutchins
> Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More! (with special musical guest Leila
> Josefowicz)
> "Who's John Adams?"  --Vice President Albert Gore, Jr., at Monticello,
> after failing to recognize busts of other founding fathers.

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