Re: Parker Tyler reference

From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 18 2006 - 10:01:58 PDT

I have the Grove Press (I think it's Grove) paperback of this but
it's packed away right now so I can't see if any reference in it to
previously published material.

If you're interested, I'll set it aside & look when I dig books out
this week.


> There is a book by the same author, titled "Underground Film, a
> Critical History," published in 1970. Its Library of Congress call
> number is: PN 1995.9 .E96 T98. Its Dewey Decimal call number is:
> 808.29 T983un. That one is available in several University of
> Michigan libraries. Perhaps it contains some of the same material.
> But the 1949 publication certainly sounds interesting!
> Ken B.
> Quoting Amy Beste <email suppressed>:
>> I recently came across a reference to a book (pamphlet?) by Parker
>> Tyler called "The experimental film: A layman's guide to its
>> understanding and enjoyment." The reference cited J.D. Macarthur
>> as the publisher, date: 1949. Does anyone know where I might be
>> able to find a copy?

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