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Joe Gould's secret 妙筆仁心 /
Joe Gould's secret = Miao bi ren xin

Author: October Films presents ; a First Cold Press/Charles Weinstock production ; screenplay by Howard A. Rodman ; produced by Charles Weinstock, Elizabeth W. Alexander, Stanley Tucci ; directed by Stanley Tucci. ; ; Ian HolmStanley TucciPatricia ClarksonHope DavisAll authors
Publisher: Hong Kong : Universe Laser & Video [distributor, 2001]
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc   Visual material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Joe Mitchell is a top writer at The New Yorker, specializing in profiles of urban eccentrics. But he's never met anyone as fascinating as Joe Gould, a cantankerous, unkempt, yet possibly brilliant street philosopher. When Mitchell decides to profile Gould, he has to decide whether Gould is a fraud or a genius.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Named Person: Joe Gould; Joe Gould
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: October Films presents ; a First Cold Press/Charles Weinstock production ; screenplay by Howard A. Rodman ; produced by Charles Weinstock, Elizabeth W. Alexander, Stanley Tucci ; directed by Stanley Tucci. ; ; Ian Holm; Stanley Tucci; Patricia Clarkson; Hope Davis; Steve Martin; Susan Sarandon; Howard A Rodman; Joseph Mitchell; October Films.; First Cold Press (Firm); Universe Laser & Video Co. Ltd.
OCLC Number: 51008500
Language Note: In English with Chinese subtitles.
Notes: Issued in a caddy.
Based on the novel by Joseph Mitchell.
Videodisc release of the 2000 motion picture.
Credits: Music by Evan Lurie ; editor, Suzy Elmiger ; production designer, Andrew Jackness ; photography, Maryse Alberti.
Cast: Ian Holm, Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson, Hope Davis, Steve Martin, Susan Sarandon.
Description: 2 videodiscs (ca. 110 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: VCD.
Other Titles: Miao bi ren xin
Responsibility: October Films presents ; a First Cold Press/Charles Weinstock production ; screenplay by Howard A. Rodman ; produced by Charles Weinstock, Elizabeth W. Alexander, Stanley Tucci ; directed by Stanley Tucci.

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Joe Mitchell is a top writer at The New Yorker, specializing in profiles of urban eccentrics. But he's never met anyone as fascinating as Joe Gould, a cantankerous, unkempt, yet possibly brilliant street philosopher. When Mitchell decides to profile Gould, he has to decide whether Gould is a fraud or a genius.

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