Interestingly enough, our vhs copy hasn't circulated since '95. Dead
Birds, on the other hand, makes the rounds at least every semester... Who
Meghann R. Matwichuk
Instructional Media Department
University of Delaware
181 S. College Ave.
Newark, DE 19717
On Wed, 22 Sep 2004, Darby Orcutt wrote:
> I have had an eye out for this title for years. At NCSU, we are
> down to our last two working VHS copies. Faculty screen this constantly
> (I show a lengthy clip myself to my World Religions students every
> semester). Perhaps there's a vendor on this list that will investigate
> bringing it back? From conversations with colleagues elsewhere, I
> suspect it's one of the most used out of print films in most academic
> collections. Please let me know if you hear anything. Best, Darby
> Orcutt Collection Manager for the Humanities North Carolina State
> University Libraries
> email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi:
> > In our library's collection we have a title called "Holy Ghost People"
> > originally purchased from CRM films. A faculty member wants to purchase it for
> > himself. It is "a report on the religious fervor of a small Pentecostal
> > congregation in West Virginia whose fundamentalist philosophy encourages the
> > biblical teaching of speaking in tongues and handling serpents."
> > I called CRM films and it has been withdrawn from their offerings. Does
> > anyone know if the title is out there for purchase and who is offering it?
> > Feel free to reply to the list.
> > Dave Ofiara
> > Reference and Media Librarian
> > Adirondack Community College
> > Queensbury, New York 12804
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