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Thank you for your input: Verboten has, of course, long been on my list, and
I was able to buy a copy at Kim's Video -- but Fraulein still remains a big
problem. It's interesting that so far all the films mentioned are also the
ones which I am already dealing with, which seems to suggest that,
surprisingly, given the sensationalism of the topic, there weren't that many
films which picked up the subject - I'm still open and grateful for any
further suggestions.
Annette
(P.S. Stepehen Lowry: my mail to you came back as undeliverable; pls. try
sending me your address)
>From: William Lafferty <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: "GIs and Frauleins" (was film search)
>Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 17:30:18 -0400
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>         I apologize if it has already been mentioned, but Sam Fuller's
>*Verboten!* would be, I think, central to such a topic, as it deals almost
>exclusively with the relationship between a GI who remains in Germany
>after the war (James Best?) and his "war bride," set against German
>political turmoil of the time.
>
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