Well you're lucky, Olive, because after the program ended, PBS said
that they have Monday night's episode on video and DVD, both priced
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> I saw it and taped it on the trusty old Betamax. Probably should've
> Others on other boards have said That A&E Biography would've done a
> At least they should've stretched it to 2 hours instead of 90
minutes. That would've
> filled out the L-500 Beta tape I recorded it with.
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> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Did anyone in this group watch the AMERICAN EXPERIENCE episode of
> > Pickford last night? What did you think of it? I thought it was
> > but it could have more in depth with Mary's films and her life
> > camera. I thought that Kevin Brownlow and Pickford biographers
> > Eyman and Eileen Whitfield added class to this piece, which was
> > sentimental and sweet. Jeannine Basinger should not have been
> > the list of experts, because she self-absorbed, arrogant, and not
> > all well-informed of the silent film era. Plus, it should have
> > three hours long, not 90 minutes.
> > -Dario.