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Re: [la-history] More great footage of Bunker Hill

From: Jeanne W.
Sent on: Monday, December 5, 2011 9:27 AM
Thanks for the info! -Jeanne

On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 12:05 PM, Rudy <[address removed]> wrote:

Hello Everyone,

I originally posted the following comment below on the message board a few weeks ago, but I wanted to be sure I shared this with as many of you as possible because I think it could be of much interest tho this group:

I've received some very enthusiastic feedback about the link to the YouTube clip I shared showing some very rare film of Bunker Hill:
http://www.youtube.co...

To those who would like to see more (a lot more!) in-depth film of Bunker Hill, I absolutely highly reccomend Kent Mackenzie's amazing 1961 film, The Exiles. It's a film about young Native Americans living in Bunker Hill. No soundstage, it's filmed entirely on location on Bunker Hill and the downtown streets below. The film itself is fantastic. It comes as a 2 disc set and it is virtually a pirate's booty of several, little seen documentaries filmed on Bunker Hill before it was demolished. The best one is a USC produced documentary that is sort of a day in the life. So if you rent, buy, or put it in your Netflix queue, be sure you get the 2 disc set to see all the extras.
http://www.exilesfilm...
Best to all
Rudy





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