Sunday, April 16, 2006

Rex Harrison Presents Stories of Love

I'm reposting this. No One had any information about it before. Our hits have gone up hundreds a day since I last posted this. Maybe someone has an idea.


Apparently Rex Harrison tried hosting this unsuccesful show, but they actually filmed Kurt Vonnegut's short story masterpiece EPICAC. I don't know if any of you are familiar with EPICAC, I think it's been published in a couple of places, principally Welcome to the Monkey House (It might be a different collection, but I'm putting money on Welcome to the Monkey House). It's about a government super-computer that learns what love is and then kills itself. It's great.

But if anybody could even give me an idea as of to how I can get a hold of it, that would be dynamite. (I'm almost positive that there is no way I'll ever be able to see it, but one can dream can't he?)

And is it just me, or is anyone else thinking: "What business does Rex Harrison have hosting stories about love? Especially in 1974?" That's comedy in and of itself.

2 comments:

Joseph said...

I watched the screening today. It's really great! Look forward to your next work

Airton said...

This was a failed TV series that would have short love stories.
It failed and it was reformatted as a movie presented by Rex Harrison.
The EPICAC story was very good and moving. I can not remember the other two.