Re: [Videolib] Do you know this film?

Benjamin Crossley-Marra (ben@zeitgeistfilms.com)
Tue, 31 Mar 2009 12:01:25 -0400

Are you sure itıs not THE DEATH OF POE starring Mark Redfield?

Itıs pretty recent but I think PBS or BBC America did show it not too long
ago.

Thatıs my best guess.

Benjamin Crossley-Marra
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On 3/31/09 11:44 AM, "Moshiri, Farhad" <moshiri@uiwtx.edu> wrote:

> Dear Collective mind,
>
> Sometime ago I saw a film on TV (I think it was PBS) that was about a man who
> meets Edgar Allan Poe in the last days of his life. Do you know what the title
> of this film is? Thank you.
>
> Farhad Moshiri
> AV Librarian
> University of the Incarnate Word
> San Antonio, TX
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