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Trilogy(1969)

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    • Patrick Michael
    • 5/1/18

    This impossible to find trilogy of Truman Capote short stories is a mixed bag. All segments are fine, but the inclusion of "A Christmas Memory," disappoints, as it is an edited, much shorter version of the 1966 TV special that won Geraldine Page the first of back to back Emmys for playing Sook, a relative of Capote's, with whom he spent a great deal of time with as a child. The full hour long version ran as a PBS special rerun, in color, in the 1980s. Since then, however, the much loved short story has only shown up in butchered or inferior versions. There is a poorly transferred bootleg in B&W available now and then on the internet. A choppy version appears occasionally on YouTube. And the wretched Patty Duke remake is available on DVD. Beware. Despite many suggestions to the Criterion Collection, this hour long special from ABC remains lost. Ms. Page followed this up winning her second Emmy in 1967 for a sequel, "The Thanksgiving Visitor," also seemingly lost for the ages. The two Capote stories would make for an excellent remastered package. Sadly, there is so much holiday garbage available and these need to be rescued for future generations. Quite sad that one of America's greatest actresses is so poorly represented in the home video markets. Most of her work in the theater lives only in the memories of those we fortunate to have seen her before she died in 1987. Time for someone to step up and get these restored.

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