Re: Newspapers in Film

sdehut@linfield.edu
Tue, 7 Mar 2000 08:57:12 -0800 (PST)

What is the AFI catalog?

Sue DeHut
Linfield College

--On Tue, Mar 7, 2000 8:17 AM -0800 Gary Handman
<ghandman@library.berkeley.edu> wrote:

> haven't personally done this particular bit of research, RP, BUT I do find
> that if you've got the AFI catalog online (EVERYONE should), you can
> search on keywords such as TRIBUNE, DAILY NEWS, etc. and get a fair
> number of listings.
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> Give me a ring if you want to know more...(maybe I can help)
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> gary handman
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> At 06:22 AM 03/07/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>> Here is one for you all:
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>> I have a patron looking for depiction of newspapers in film. Not just a
>> list of films about the newspaper business, but he needs the titles of
>> the papers as well.
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>> I know the usual ways of researching such things, but what I am
>> wondering is...if anyone has already done this work...do you know of a
>> list, website, book, etc. that might be about newspapers in film? Or a
>> person particularly knowledgeable about the topic? Such as a librarian
>> in a journalism library, etc?
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>> Many thanks....
>> ________________________________________
>> Rick E. Provine
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> Gary Handman
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> Media Resources Center
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