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Re: My new Raoul Walsh half-a-book

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  • peckinpah20012000
    Thanks Mike, As usual your meticulous documentation will be most appreciated by us all. Tony ... discussed.
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 7, 2009
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      Thanks Mike,

      As usual your meticulous documentation will be most appreciated by us all.

      Tony

      --- In a_film_by@yahoogroups.com, "Michael E. Grost" <mike@...> wrote:
      >
      > I've been writing a book on Raoul Walsh. It is available as a page on
      > my web site:
      > http://mikegrost.com/walsh.htm
      >
      > So far, it is 53, 000 words long, and covers 37 movies.
      > I have no immediate intention of trying to turn this into a work that
      > covers all 88 or so surviving films by Raoul Walsh. Many are very hard
      > to see nowadays. But it will probably be expanded some more.
      >
      > Raoul Walsh is a neglected director.
      > His films are full of subjects and visual style that are rarely
      discussed.
      > Even in its current form, the half-a-book on Walsh opens up many new
      > ideas on his work.
      >
      > Mike Grost
      >
    • scott wannberg
      they drive by night is always fun plus he doing high sierra and the western remake,colorado territory.scott
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 7, 2009
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        they drive by night is always fun plus he doing high sierra and the western remake,colorado territory.scott


        --- On Sat, 2/7/09, Michael E. Grost <mike@...> wrote:

        > From: Michael E. Grost <mike@...>
        > Subject: [a_film_by] My new Raoul Walsh half-a-book
        > To: a_film_by@yahoogroups.com
        > Date: Saturday, February 7, 2009, 4:40 PM
        > I've been writing a book on Raoul Walsh. It is available
        > as a page on
        > my web site:
        > http://mikegrost.com/walsh.htm
        >
        > So far, it is 53, 000 words long, and covers 37 movies.
        > I have no immediate intention of trying to turn this into a
        > work that
        > covers all 88 or so surviving films by Raoul Walsh. Many
        > are very hard
        > to see nowadays. But it will probably be expanded some
        > more.
        >
        > Raoul Walsh is a neglected director.
        > His films are full of subjects and visual style that are
        > rarely discussed.
        > Even in its current form, the half-a-book on Walsh opens up
        > many new
        > ideas on his work.
        >
        > Mike Grost
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