Scott, this is all good advice.  I know one of those Laughton bios he
refers to, by Simon Callow, an actor who has also written a bio of Orson
Welles.  His Laughton book is excellent.


On Fri, 7 Apr 2000, Lang Thompson wrote:

> >Any hints for me yet?
> Well you haven't told us what you've done so far.  Have you checked the
> Laughton bios (there are at least two), Agee's published screenplay, the
> Film Literature Index or other scholarly indices?  Or Mitchum and Gish
> books, Brecht's writings or studies of his influence on film, contemporary
> reviews (of the film or "Galileo")?
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