From: Gene Youngblood (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Nov 24 2008 - 09:30:48 PST
Thanks everyone for the swift responses to my search for "Model Shop." Before I acquire it, I think I should explain why I want it. My memory is that there's a scene in which two male characters briefly refer to a copy of the underground newspaper The Los Angeles Free Press, with an apocalyptic article about earthquakes and a Ron Cobb cartoon of a leveled Los Angeles. Am I right?
I ask because I'm collecting into a book the 150 articles I wrote for the Free Press 1967-70. I'd like to mention that scene in the Introduction, along with Peter Sellers selling the Free Press on the street in "I love You Alice B. Toklas." I also want to use clips of those scenes in a documentary I'm making.
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