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"Hanoi Jane", or, a quest... by watercub on 29 October 2003 1:52pm
 
This might seem like a strange question, but I have run out of ideas to search for this....
I am looking for a copy of the film "Vietnam Journey: Introduction to the Enemy" (Weskall, 1974). It is one of the first and apparently most controversial of Jane Fonda's wartime films. I NEVER thought ANYTHING of Jane Fonda's would sell out, but apparently I am wrong...my entire American Film History class is on the hunt for this movie, and we were told that it cannot be found. Is this true? Did Ted Turner buy ALL the copies to save his wife's reputation in the eyes of the 1970's American mass public? ( That is the theory so far...)

Please help if you can!

Hugs and Kisses

Cub
 



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