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Jenni Olson <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 27 Aug 1996 14:33:05 -0400
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Stephen Tropiano writes:
> I am looking for a 1961 documentary entitled "The Rejected," which was
> the first nationally aired documentary about homosexuals.  It was
> produced in San Francisco by KQED by the National Educational
> Television (NET) and was aired on forty public TV stations. The
> hour documentary featured anthropologist Margaret Mead and members of
> the Mattachine Society.
Stephen, please let me know if you find "The Rejected".  It sounds really
interesting.  Have you heard of an hour-long film called "The Case of Mr.
Lin."  I just bought a 16mm print of it.  It's from the late-50s, an
interview with a homosexual (haven't watched it yet).  I believe it's an
educational psychiatry film but perhaps it is of interest to you.
All the best,
Jenni Olson
Producer, PopcornQ
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