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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Norman Mailer; Bernard Farbar; Farbar Knox; Mickey Knox; Beverly Bentley; Rip Torn; George Plimpton; Charlie Brown; Frank Conroy; Evergreen Films.; Grove Press.; Supreme Mix (Firm); Criterion Collection (Firm),
|Language Note:||In English with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.|
|Notes:||Wild 90: Originally released as a motion picture in 1967.
Beyond the law: Originally released as a motion picture in 1968.
Issued as a 2-disc set entitled: Maidstone and other films by Norman Mailer.
|Credits:||Wild 90: Cinematography, D.A. Pennebaker ; editing, Jan Welt, Norman Mailer ; music, Charlie Brown.
Beyond the law: Cinematography, D.A. Pennebaker, Nicholas Proferes, Jan Welt ; editing, Jan Welt, Norman Mailer, Lana Jokel ; music, Frank Conroy.
|Cast:||Wild 90: Norman Mailer, Buzz Farbar, Mickey Knox, Beverly Bentley, Ramona Torres, Jose Torres, Harold Conrad, Milton Mackilin, Richard Adler.
Beyond the law: Rip Torn, George Plimpton, Norman Mailer, Mickey Knox, Buzz Farbar, Beverly Bentley.
|Description:||1 videodisc (81, 98 min.) : sound, black & white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet.|
|Details:||DVD; NTSC, region 1; Dolby Digital mono.; 1.33:1 aspect ratio.|
|Series Title:||Eclipse (Criterion Collection (Firm))., Series 35,, Maidstone and other films by Norman Mailer.|
|Other Titles:||Beyond the law
Alias, Bust 80 ; alias, Gibraltar, Burke and Pope ; alias, Copping the whip ; or, A fantasy of the angels, the downtrodden and the dispossessed ; otherwise known as The velvet hand and the iron tongue
|Responsibility:||directed by Norman Mailer ; a Supreme Mix film conceived and produced by Farbar, Knox and Mailer. Beyond the law / an Evergreen Film ; presented by Grove Press ; directed by Norman Mailer ; produced by Buzz Farbar and Norman Mailer for Supreme Mix Inc.|
Beyond the law: Mailer's belief that we're all capable of being either police or criminals was the impetus for his second feature, which takes place over the course of one feverish night in a Manhattan police precinct and neighboring bar.