Re: Found "How The West Was Lost"

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Posted by Ayesha on July 04, 1999 at 23:18:35:

In Reply to: posted by Rebecca on July 04, 1999 at 22:29:44:

: : Hi Rebecca,

: : Thanks for the information. I will keep my eyes open for the film.

: : The Native American Film Festival of San Francisco is trying to put together a library of Native films and documentaries that have been made starting the the 1970's. Some of these films have never been released into the mainstream. I hope they are successful. I have posted the URL down below. We attend this film festival every year and have been supporting their effort for many years.

: : You are lucky to live in Canada, Rebbeca. There are so many good films that are shown up there and not down here in the States.

: Good evening, Ayesha,

: Thanks for the link!!! I am aware of the festival because I used to subscribe to ICE MAGAZINE...This reminds me to renew my subscription!!!:)

: Well, living in Canada we don't get all of your movies.. I had a heck of a hard time digging up GRAND AVENUE and LAKOTA WOMAN...As a matter of act I am looking for the series "HOW THE WEST WAS LOST". I purchased the two soundtracks recently and I am very interested in watching the series.. Would you hapen to know how to get a hold of it? Or perhaps anybody else could help???

: Thanks,
: Rebecca

Hi Rebecca,

I just found "How the West was Lost" at Sometimes they will have a used copy of it. If you can find it used the price will be very low. I have posted the URL below.

All the best,


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