So far as I know the out-takes were preserved, and they were indeed in
Lawrence Pitkethly's hands. However, when I wrote to him some years back --
where? PBS??? I forget, and no longer have access to my notes -- my query
was forwarded (no doubt because I'm in Canada) to a Toronto office and then
promptly and perpetually ignored if not lost. It was Jay Laughlin who put
me on to all this when he was up here a dozen or so year ago, but now alas
he's dead and I know not who would know. Perhaps Hugh Kenner?
At 07:50 PM 2/12/98 EST, you wrote:
>I don't know that there were two hours of interview w/ Bunting, but as a
>filmmaker I can say that in my experience that would be probable.
>The Voices and Visions series, about which I had mixed (at best) thoughts, was
>made by a company called, if I recall correctly, The Center for the Study of
>Visual History, headed by one Lawrence Pitkethly. They were in New York. I
>would hope that the out-takes have been preserved.
>Best, Jay Anania