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April 24, 2005



Thanks for pointing this out, I wish I had caught it. I have heard about this, of course, because of it's seminal role in the history of frontline, but was too young to notice it when it first came out. It sounds fascinating--I wonder why it's not available for private purchase? Very strange.


When Death of a Princess came out in 1980, Frontline was not yet in existence. PBS showed the movie, but obtained only limited rights on the movie, including rights for educational videos. Frontline has not been able to show it online because of the same reasons. Although a transcript is available, it's not the same as watching the movie.

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