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Many television series have appropriated the RASHOMON structure at some
point during their run.  I recollect an episode of '70's sitcom MAUDE in
which the shattering of a punch bowl is relayed through several quite
different flashback perspectives.

Jay Kent Lorenz

On Wed, 15 Sep 1999, Donald Larsson wrote:

> For what it's worth, there was also an episode of the TV series of FAME
> that used a RASHOMON structure, with different versions of the same
> story, all tied together by a teacher and student sitting in front of a
> theater showing the Kurosawa film.
>
> Don Larsson
>
>
> On Wed, 15 Sep 1999 18:08:08 +0200 Klaus Bardenhagen
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> > Do not forget this remarkable episode of STAR TREK - THE NEXT GENERATION
> > that was also a remake of RASHOMON (Riker is accused of murder, different
> > versions are re-enacted on the holo-deck).
> > I do not remember the title or number, but I am sure any ST-Fan can help
> > you with this.
> >
> > Klaus
> >
> > > I'm interested in the two Rashomon remakes, _The Outrage_ (Ritt, 1964)
> > > (starring Paul Newman, William Shatner, Edward G. Robinson, Lawrence
> > > Harvey) and a 1960 TV version starring Ricardo Montalban (!).  Can
> > > anybody direct me to more information about them especially the
> > > Montalban epic?
> > >
> > > Alan Ainsworth
> > >
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