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Bukowski

Author: Charles Bukowski
Publisher: [1973-11-25 (10 PM PST)]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A cinema-verite portrait of Los Angeles poet Charles Bukowski. At age 53, Bukowski is enjoying his first major success (a San Francisco poetry reading nets him 400 dollars). Until 1969, Bukowski worked in the Post Office to support his writing, and the camera captures his reminiscences of those days as he walks around his Los Angeles neighborhood. Blunt language and a sly appreciation of his life form the core of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Emmy Award nominees
UCLA preservation
Biography
Biographies
Specials
Named Person: Charles Bukowski; Charles Bukowski
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Bukowski
OCLC Number: 422744912
Notes: Documentary special.
Broadcast on KCET, Los Angeles.
Copyright notice on videoreel: c1973 by Community Television of Southern California.
Emmy Award nominee, Los Angeles area; recipient of the Silver Reel Award at the 1973 San Francisco Film Festival.
Credits: Editor, Richard Davies; photography, Richard Davies, Barry Nye; music, Thomas Buffum.
Performer(s): Participants: Charles Bukowski, Linda King, Liza Williams, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Joe Krysiak, Harold Norse.
Event notes: Record date: Nov. 21, 1973.
Responsibility: a KCET presentation ; executive producer, Alan Baker ; producer, Taylor Hackford ; director, Richard Davies.

Abstract:

"A cinema-verite portrait of Los Angeles poet Charles Bukowski. At age 53, Bukowski is enjoying his first major success (a San Francisco poetry reading nets him 400 dollars). Until 1969, Bukowski worked in the Post Office to support his writing, and the camera captures his reminiscences of those days as he walks around his Los Angeles neighborhood. Blunt language and a sly appreciation of his life form the core of the program, which includes observations by and about the women in his life"--TV guide, November 25, 1973.

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