Re: BANNED VIDEOS ??

Rick Provine (provine@virginia.edu)
Thu, 17 Sep 1998 18:06:05 -0400

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John Water's early films were routinely banned in Baltimore. One of the
reasons he tended to show them in churches. They are now hailed as works of
art.

Doncha just love culture?
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Rick E. Provine
Director for Media and Electronic Center Services
Clemons Library||University of Virginia
VOICE 804.924.8814
FAX 804.924.7468
CELL 804.981.5541
provine@virginia.edu
www.lib.virginia.edu/ecenters.html
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John Water's early films were routinely banned in Baltimore.  One of the reasons he tended to show them in churches.  They are now hailed as works of art. 

Doncha just love culture?
________________________________________
Rick E. Provine
Director for Media and Electronic Center Services
Clemons Library||University of Virginia
VOICE 804.924.8814
FAX 804.924.7468
CELL 804.981.5541
provine@virginia.edu
www.lib.virginia.edu/ecenters.html
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