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A friend sent this to me from the
"VICTORIA All Aspects of 19th-Century
 British Culture & Society" discussion list.
 
If you can help this guy out, e-mail him directly as he is not on SCREEN-L.
 
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Subj: Rossetti film
 
A query for the list:
 
If I can find it, I would like to show my Victorian lit students the
film starring Oliver Reed about the pre-Raphaelites (the middle-aged
Reed, in make-up, looks frighteningly like the middle-aged D.G.
Rossetti, as in those photographs by Lewis Carroll, et. al.).
 
Is anyone else familiar with this film?  I think it was done by Ken
Russell, but we can't find it in a list of his movies.  The title would
help; even better would be a place to find it on VHS tape or on 16mm
film.
 
Glenn Everett
English Department
University of Tennessee at Martin
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