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I don't know offhand but sure can find out.  It would be interesting.
The only Brecht I have seen is Threepenny Opera.
Did come up with a second line to that song.  "Sometimes you lead
and sometimes you follow."
On Thu, 28 Oct 93 07:17:20 EDT Jim Holler said:
>Hmmmmm.  I wonder if this recording is available on interlibrary loan?
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>It's not a film, but I remember being particularly astonished by a
>recording made of Bertolt Brecht's appearance before the HUAC, narrated by
>Eric Bentley.  It's a Folkways Recording (#FD5531) and includes a booklet
>with a complete transcript of the session.
>But then again, if your students don't know anything about the McCarthy era,
>then will they know who Brecht is?  hmmm...
>
>david levin
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