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Guest Goldweber, Mark

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Guest Morrison, Karen

I would try a website called "Internet Movie Database". The address is www.imdb.com. If the film is on video or dvd, there's a link to amazon.com where you can purchase a copy new or used. I've tried amazon for buying movies & had great success so far. Another place you may want to try is the public library. I've found some good titles there. Many libraries now carry titles that have aired on public television. One more source, check BBC's cable station. They may air the film sometimes. I believe the station is called BBC America. Hope that helps.

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