November 2001
Week of Nov 9th thru Nov 16th


We are curious about your interest in "ALI." We want to hear from you about the film. Tell us what your expectations are or give us your thoughts on ALI, the man. If you are really thorough, let us know your thoughts on what ALI means to Boxing. Hopefully, we will be able to showcase this film for your enjoyment. If you want to read a book about ALI before seeing the film, there are several, but Davis Miller's book, "The Tao of Muhammad Ali" is a great start.

Until that time, please send your comments to Please enter ALI in the subject line. Please note that we will publish some of your thoughts and observations. Thank you.

Till next week,

The crew

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Les Pine
It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Les Pine, who died last month after a long and valiant battle with cancer.

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My mother is from a little town named Aliceville, AL. When you think "little Southern town", it's exactly what you think-dusty roads, inky black nights, flying bugs that seem too big to defy gravity, etc...

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Film and TV merge in the world of a Director : MTV’s Real World falls under the helm of maestro conductor Alphonzo Wesson
I’m a filmmaker. In my work, the actors, writers, everyone collaborates to create something. Reality TV is a whole different animal, but after this there will be no directing situation that I can walk into and not dominate.

Interviewed by Kellye Whitney

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