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You'll probably have to go to an archive to find the material you are
looking for.  For example, you can find some correspondence and other
material from Dore Schary relating to CROSSFIRE at the Center for Film
and TV Study at Madison, WI, but even that had little to say about the
film's stylistics.  Ask your librarian for help in locating archives
with collections of papers, etc. from the individuals involved.  A good
place to make inquiries might be the UCLA Film Archive at:
http://www.cinema.ucla.edu/

One more accessible possibility might lie in the ancillary materials on
DVD versions of some of the better-known films.

Don Larsson

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Donald F. Larsson
Department of English, AH 230
Minnesota State U, Mankato (56001)
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From: David Arts [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2003 8:44 PM
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Subject: Quests

Hi,

I am studying the phenomenon or era (certainly not genre) in American
film history known as film noir.  I am trying to find any notes or
journals kept by directors (or technicians, etc.) who worked on films
noirs.  There is a load of secondary sources, but the primary material
is not as plentiful.

Also, I would like to view (borrow or buy or rent) a VHS tape of the
Anthony Mann film, The Tall Target.  Any ideas on these two quests would
be great.

Thank you very much.    Dave ArtsGet more from the Web.  FREE MSN
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