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"Herblock's Presidents: 'Puncturing Pomposity'" exhibition, interview with Sid Hart, NPG senior historian
It’s the 50th anniversary of one of the slowest, strangest, and yet, most referenced science fiction films of all time – 2001: A Space Odyssey. It may be your FAVORITE movie, or, quite possibly, you’ve never actually seen it in its 142-minute entirety. Emily, Matt, and Nick break it down for you – Cliff’s Notes on the plot, the collaborations that made the film so realistic, and the first peeks at technologies that really exist today. Become cocktail party conversant about why a 50 year old science fiction movie remains so relevant and what current sci-fi says about our world today and the years ahead.
Track information transcribed from list provided by H. Arlo Nimmo.
Possibly recorded by Nimmo's research assistant, Tarabasa Idji in his home village in Karundung, Sanga-Sanga, Tawi-Tawi.
Digital audio file (MP3 format, 5.81 MB, 4 min. 14 sec.)
The Lorenzo Dow Turner papers were donated to the Anacostia Community Museum in 2003 by Professor Turner's widow, Lois Turner Williams. Additional materials were donated in the spring of 2010 by Mrs. Turner Williams.
Disc Note: Address continued Prof. Hughes 1-24-1947 (13)
Langston Hughes reading his poems Madam and Her Madam and Madam and The Rent Man.
R-Canela 1979, reel no. 68 Song to break the wasps' nest and the song after than for capturing.