Kraft ANTR


Pat Cook

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Actually, Michael, every so often a copy shows up for auction on Ebay. If I run across one, I'll post it for you.

Best regards,
Cook
 

Philip Hind

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About three months ago there was an original 16mm TV print of this on eBay, I got pipped in the last ten second for it.

Phil
 

Pat Cook

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And trust me - I've seen Phil when he's pipped - something that defies words.
Note to Lorna - email me privately; I've got photos.

Sneakily,
Cook
 
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Lorna Hind

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Cook - photos you say? How much are you asking? I've got money (well, a bit).

Lorna
 

Pat Cook

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Dear long suffering Lorna,

Maybe I better find out just what photos Phil has of this old country boy - perhaps an exchange deal can be worked out.

See if you can purloin any such photos which include a very large, bearded man, possibly down on all fours.

Your humble servant,
Cook
 
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TV GUIDE magazine did a feature on the Kraft Television Theatre version of "A Night to Remember" in color. The article was called "A Ship Sinks in Brooklyn" and was in issue # 156, March 24-30, 1956. If you can find an issue from a major television market like the East coast, the same TV GUIDE ran a large ad in its black and white section. TV GUIDE ran ads for the rerun of the "A Night to Remember" episode on the Kraft Television Theatre in issue #161, April 28-May 4, 1956 in major market's black and white section. If you email me at [email protected], I will give you the address and telephone number of a TV GUIDE magazine dealer in New Jersey. I cannot guarantee he' still in business, but it's worth a try. Robert H. Gibbons
 
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About 1971 I bought an authorized VHS copy of the Kraft ANTR from a television archives in Chicago. Don't have the address, but the price was about $75 and I had to sign my life away with paperwork that said I would never show this tape for money, that I would never reproduce it, etc. I donated it to the Fall River Museum where the Titanic model from Fox's 1953 TITANIC is exhibited. Robert H. Gibbons
 

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