American Film: Journal of the Film and Television Arts [magazine] (June 1977) [cover: Disney's THE RESCUERS]
by Alpert, Hollis, ed.
Washington DC: The American Film Institute. Near Fine. 1977. (Vol. II, No. 8). Magazine. NOISBN . [nice clean magazine, just a touch of wear along spine, very slight bump to top right corner of front cover, no subscription label]. (B&W/color photographs) The cover story, "The Last of the 'Nine Old Men'," celebrates the Disney animators who were then still at work on the studio's current animated feature, THE RESCUERS. Other feature articles include: a reminiscence, by the theater manager, of the furor caused when Rossellini's THE MIRACLE was exhibited in New York in 1950; "Heartbreak Hollywood," about what happens to stars when they fade from the limelight, but their legend remains; "Going Deeper With MacNeil and Lehrer," a look at the PBS news program "The MacNeil-Lehrer Report." The "Dialogue on Film" features producer Norman Lear. . (Inventory #: 22630)
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