Re: Mourir a Madrd

Jessica Rosner (jrosner@kino.com)
Fri, 30 Nov 2001 14:28:48 -0800 (PST)

with all due respect Argentina has in the past been a notorious source for
bootleg videos ( I remember when people down there were the only source for
many studio silent films) It would be much better to try to see if the film
is out in France though of course the copies would not have titles.

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Jessica Rosner
Kino International
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NY NY 10018
jrosner@kino.com

> From: Madeline Copp <mcopp@jhu.edu> > Reply-To: videolib@library.berkeley.edu > Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 13:59:19 -0800 (PST) > To: Multiple recipients of list <videolib@library.berkeley.edu> > Subject: Re: Mourir a Madrd > > Dear Peter, > > Thanks so much for your response. We'll give them a try. > > Madeline > > At 10:33 AM 11/30/01 -0800, you wrote: >> Dear Madeline, >> >> if you don't find any source in the US you might try this adress in >> Buenos Aires (Argentine): >> >> Blakman - Video no Convencional >> Tucumán 1950 >> C1050AAN Buenos Aires >> Argentina >> Teléfono: 00541 4373-4503 >> Fax: 00541 4373-4895 >> E-Mail: libreriadelvideo@hotmail.com >> >> Presidente: Norberto Leonardo Sznajdleder >> >> (More information on this site, see Blakman: >> http://www.editores.com/asociadas/b/ ) >> >> They have it (Title: Morir en Madrid $ 40,-). They deliver worldwide in >> all video formats. Copy quality is a little weak! >> >> The french version (Editions Montparnasse in Paris) is deleted. >> >> With kind regards >> >> Peter Delin/Videolektorat >> Zentral- und Landesbibliothek >> http://www.zlb.de/index.html >> >> >> Madeline Copp schrieb: >>> >>> Dear Colleagues, >>> >>> One of our faculty members has requested _Mourir a Madrd_ (1963 film >>> directed by Frederic Rossif with Suzanne Flon and John Gielgud as narrators >>> - it's in French and the English title is _To Die in Madrid_ ; it's about >>> the Spanish Civil War). I found one reference of it in WorldCat, and its >>> in the IMDb, but I haven't had much luck trying to track down where/if I >>> can purchase it. It's part of a series titled _Le Cinema de l'Histoire._ >>> >>> I'd love some possible ideas about vendors to try. >>> >>> Thanks very much, >>> Madeline >>> >>> Madeline A. Copp, Resource Services Librarian >>> (English * Film & Media Studies * Writing Seminars * Humanities Center) >>> Milton S. Eisenhower Library >>> Johns Hopkins University >>> 3400 N. Charles Street >>> Baltimore, MD 21218 >>> 410-516-8540 >>> 410-516-8399 (fax) >>> mcopp@jhu.edu >