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Minkowsky, John. Two Early Video Portraits. One-Eyed Bum by Andy Mann (1974, 6 minutes, b/w, sound). Ama L'uomo Tuo (Always Love Your Man) by Cara DeVito (1974, 20 min. b/w, sound)., 1978.
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The New York City Experimental Video and Film Festival. NY: The New York City Experimental Video and Film Festival, 1984.
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Newcomb, Horace. TV: The Most Popular Art., Edited by Horace Newcomb. NY: Doubleday, 1974.
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