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for bibliographic background to Stanly Kubrick's  "Spartacus" try Michael
Grant "Gladiators" penguine 1971
and Lewis Grassic Gibbon's "Spartacus" from which Howard borrowed heavily
and Plutarch biography of Crassus


At 00:15 08/02/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Kirk Douglas's biography "The Ragman's Son" covers the production of
>Spartacus in
>some detail.
>Sharon Knolle
>
>
>>This request is being cross-listed to h-film.
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>>I'm trying to track down an essay I once read on the production history of
>>*Spartacus* with special reference to different script versions (Fast's
>>versus Trumbo's versus Kubrick's Koestler-inspired version).  Does this
>>ring a bell for anyone?  What is the bibliographic reference?
>>
>>Thanks!
>>
>>--Dana Polan
>>
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