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Rick Moody <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 4 May 1999 23:22:55 -0700
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Tad Danielevski taught at Brigham Young University in the 1970s and 80s,
then transferred to USC I believe.  Also of note--when Mercedes Ruehl
accepted her 1992 Best Supporting Actress Oscar for THE FISHER KING, she
thanked Danielevski for "teaching me everything I know about acting."
                                                                Rick Moody
> From: Carol Slingo <[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: No Exit--a question
> Date: Saturday, May 01, 1999 8:27 AM
> I saw the Argentine/US NO EXIT in an obscure
> Chicago theater years back. It was made around
> 1961 by Tad Danielevsky, although I have a co-
> director credit from somewhere of Pedro
> Escudero. Actors were Viveca Lindfors, Rita Gam,
> Morgan Greene, Ben Piazza, Susana Mayo, Elsa
> Dorian, Manuel Roson, Orlando Sechar, Mario
> Horner. I remember it being very stagy, in no
> way like anything Welles would consent to, let
> alone work on. I'd appreciate having the Spanish
> title, if anyone knows it. Or any information
> about Danielevsky, who is associated with the
> ultimate co-production debacle, the Hindi-
> English GUIDE (THE GUIDE); Vijay Anand's Hindi
> version is a national classic, but the US short
> form by T.D. has evidently vanished.
> Carol Slingo

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