RE: [Videolib] One last try for Umbanda (Disappearing World series)

Hornbeck, Patty (hornbeck@middlebury.edu)
Wed, 7 Jun 2006 16:06:09 -0400

I think you might be able to order this video in NTSC format from the Royal Anthropological Institute in London. See http://www.therai.org.uk/film/diss_world.html
Good luck.
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Subject: Re: [Videolib] One last try for Umbanda (Disappearing World
series)

Film Inc and later Home Vision long gone so that won't help you
No idea sorry

On 6/7/06 3:10 PM, "mmay" <mmay@wesleyan.edu> wrote:

> Does anyone know where I can purchase a copy of Umbanda: The Problem
> Solver, directed by Stephen Cross, part of the Disappearing World series,
> originally distributed by Films Inc?
>
> Films Inc is out of business. I was directed to Public Media Inc, 5547 N.
> Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago 60640, but that order was returned as
> "Attempted---Not known."
> I haven't been able to turn up a copy on any of my video sites.
>
> Help?
>
> Thanks!
>
> MM
>
> Margery L. May
> Acquisitions Administrator
> Wesleyan University Library
> Acquisitions Department
> Olin Memorial Library
> 252 Church Street
> Middletown, CT 06459
> 860-685-3834
> mmay@wesleyan.edu
>
>
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