Some end sadly

Nathan, Paul
May 1995
Publishers Weekly;5/1/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 18, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on producer Patricia Clifford's film adaptation plans for the book `Goodbye to the Buttermilk Sky.' Difference of the novel from the film; Clifford's acquisition of the option through Mike Sheresky.


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