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March 19, 2004


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Thanks! The "leftist" content in Planet of the Apes took me by surprise. It could be only a reflection of my own personal views- another person could interpret it in other ways, I suppose.
The Doinel collection is definitely a landmark in cinema- enjoyable to watch, but still very profound ( it documents the life of a burgeoning writer/artist).
I emailed you about the memoir.


Crawford Kilian

Love your blog, if not your take on Planet of the Apes (as an SF novelist I really hate Hollywood SF movies). Very envious of your Doinel collection.

Ask me nicely and I'll send you my memoir on growing up in the Mexico exile community of Hollywood reds. (Dalton Trumbo is not only on Broadway--he's in the latest Harper's!)


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