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first broadcast in 1992. It was written by Andrew Laskos, directed by John Korty, and starred Brian Dennehy as Reed. Deadly Matrimony was well-enough received
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Lamberto V. Avellana 1970 The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman Joe Pittman John Korty 1974 Made for television The Black Godfather aka Street Wars J.J. John
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Retrieved September 8, 2016. "Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story (1991) - John Korty - Cast and Crew - AllMovie". allmovie.com. Retrieved September 8, 2016
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backing of the American Cancer Society, Jacobs, in collaboration with John Korty, put together an animated short film about quitting smoking, Breaking
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Retrieved December 29, 2016 – via Google Books. Roberts, Jerry (2009). "John Korty". Encyclopedia of Television Film Directors. London: Scarecrow Press.
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chambers. . A made-for-television movie, Farewell to Manzanar, directed by John Korty, aired on March 11, 1976, on NBC. It was based on the 1973 memoir of the
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Marsh Hawk Press (2018) Silence (original screenplay). Film directed by John Korty (1974) McCarthy’s List (screenplay, adaptation of Mackey's novel). Warner
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locally produced feature film called the Crazy Quilt in 1966, made by John Korty who, as a neighbour, watched the house being built of poured cement and