Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 13:48:43 -0600

From: Cynthia Bernstein bernscy[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]MAIL.AUBURN.EDU

Subject: Re: Unauth Index to "American Tongues" - Improvements Invited

There's a shorter (edited for high school) version and a longer version

that I've used in college classes.

Cynthia Bernstein

Dept. of English

Auburn University, AL 36849-5203

On Fri, 15 Dec 1995, Natalie Maynor wrote:

On the subject of buying videotapes versus taping them from tv, I have

a question: A colleague of mine (who teaches our film course and is

very much into the video scene in general) claims that it's perfectly

legal to tape anything you want to from tv and show it to your classes.

I've argued that that doesn't make sense, at least with videos that are

sold -- e.g., "American Tongues." If it's legal to tape from tv, why

would people buy the tapes?

Another question about "American Tongues": Are there two slightly different

versions of it? I'm almost positive I've seen slightly different versions.

Btw, I agree with the people who have given "American Tongues" glowing

reports. I consider it the best educational videotape I've ever seen --

accurate, enlightening, and fun.

--Natalie (maynor[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]