Re: Stereotypes of women in the histories of film and

Frank Landrum (
Tue, 1 Feb 2000 09:17:33 -0800 (PST)

Good luck in dealing with TNT. I have not found Turner to be very good at
understanding how to market or even deal with media libraries. As for age
13 being the critical rite of seems right. Puts one right
with Ted's maturity level.
Frank Landrum

At 08:48 AM 2/1/00 -0800, you wrote:
>Margaret And Gary,
>Thanks for the reponses. The Good, The Bad, and The Beautiful hits the
>nail on the head. I think I'll take a stab at reaching Ted to ask for a
>copy. In searching the web I saw that it was nominated for an emmy.
>I went to the website to send an email request about the
>program and you may be tickled to read that they require one to be at
>least 13 years old before submitting a question. It's a new rite of
>passage - on your 13th birthday you can write your first email to TNT.
>Chris L
> wrote:
>> Chris,
>> TBS aired a really good doc. a couple of years ago on this
>> subject entitled, "The Good, The Bad and The Beautiful," hosted by
>> Sharon Stone. I couldn't find a distributor for it and called Turner,
>> Inc. himself (er, not Ted, but...) and I got a hold of a fellow in
>> some sort of customer relations office. He said although it was not
>> for sale, he would see if he could get a copy to send me for the
>> Representations of Women in Cinema course we needed it for.
>> (classroom use only, etc.) I never heard from him again, alas, but
>> try to keep my eyes open for it whenever I'm plowing through this
>> week's mound o' catalogs and fliers from distributors. Ya never
>> know...
>> -margaret
>> M.A.Dew
>> Southern Methodist University
>> Center for Media and IT
>> 103C Fondren Library West
>> Dallas, TX 75275
>> <>
>> "My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits
>> with my net income."
>> -Errol Flynn