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Oklahoma Voices: Oklahoma at the Movies (Nov 05, 2007)
Since the beginning, the unique history of Oklahoma has captured the attention and imagination of the rest of the nation and, consequently, the producers in Hollywood. But how has the state been portrayed on the silver screen, how have those representations contributed to peopleís perceptions of the Sooner State, and are they accurate? We listen back to a panel discussion recorded August 29th at the Oklahoma City Museum of Artís Noble Theater. Museum Film Curator Brian Hearn speaks about ďImages of Oklahoma at the MoviesĒ with Oklahoma Humanities Council Executive Director Ann Thompson, film historian and Reelclassics.com founder Elizabeth Anthony, University of Central Oklahoma director of film studies John Springer and Oklahoma Today magazine editor Louisa McCune Elmore.

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