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Will the Real Norman Mailer Please Stand Up? (1968)

'Will The Real Norman Mailer Please Stand Up?' is the filmed counterpart to Mailer's Pulitzer-winning nonfiction novel The Armies of the Night. Documenting the author's participation and ... See full summary »

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'Will The Real Norman Mailer Please Stand Up?' is the filmed counterpart to Mailer's Pulitzer-winning nonfiction novel The Armies of the Night. Documenting the author's participation and arrest for transgressing a police line in the September 1967 March on the Pentagon, the film captures Mailer, at the height of his 60s literary fame, appearing in several of his many guises: journalist, film director, father, anti-war crusader, novelist, intellectual gadfly, television personality, provocateur. With appearances by future film director James Toback, talk show host Merv Griffin and legendary NY disc jockey "Cousin" Brucie. Written by Michael Chaiken

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This National Educational Television documentary, a study of author Norman Mailer, was produced outside the NET precinets. See more »

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