File puptcrit/puptcrit.0607, message 196


To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 17:43:33 GMT
Subject: [Puptcrit] Fw: Pulling a few strings


Sorry, I left out the "t" in driftline. Sometimes it is my fault, but my keyboard misbehaves a lot, too.

My msntv system is a bit goofed up today too. So this MAY have gotten sent twice. 

Click on the bottom area for full article and photo. Be patient if you click photo to enlarge.

ALAN


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Subject: Pulling a few strings

This story was sent to you by: Alan Cook

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Pulling a few strings 
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Alan Cook has a mind-boggling archive collected from around the world. Does anyone have an empty museum to spare?

By Scott Martelle
Times Staff Writer

Jul 17 2006

The faces of global puppetry are tucked away in an old church hall off an alley in north Pasadena. There's Punch and Judy, of course, but also rough-hewn wooden heads from Mali, finely detailed porcelain marionettes from China, a cartoonish La Cucaracha from Mexico and a pretty credible Phyllis Diller. 

The complete article can be viewed at:
http://www.calendarlive.com/galleriesandmuseums/cl-et-puppets17jul17,0,6333216.story?coll=cl-home-top-blurb-right

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