But like many others, Connelly could not find a copy. He called archives and scholars and even went to the Library of Congress. All he found there was a transcript.
Cherian and Chehoski then discovered KQED did not actually own the film. A New York TV station, WNET, did — it had provided the film’s funding. From there, the archivists learned that at least one physical copy of “The Rejected” did exist, hiding in plain sight. Cherian says, “There’s that cliched phrase, did you look down the back of the sofa?” AKA: the Library of Congress. Yup, it was actually there, buried in the archive.
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