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|Named Person:||Paul Newman; Ken Kesey|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Matt Love; Nestucca Spit Press.
|Description:||157 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm|
Author Matt Love once heard a rumor that, during the filming of Sometimes a Great Notion in 1971, actor and director Paul Newman walked into a Toledo, Oregon bar and sawed the legs off a pool table with a chainsaw. That story was the genesis of this book, an exploration of Newman, Ken Kesey, and the filming of Sometimes a Great Notion.
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- Sometimes a great notion (Motion picture : 1972)
- Newman, Paul, -- 1925-2008 -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Kesey, Ken -- Film adaptations.
- Motion pictures -- Production and direction -- Case studies.
- Motion pictures -- Oregon -- Newport.
- Motion pictures -- Oregon -- Toledo.
- American fiction -- Film adaptations.