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1 9 7 7 -- Tutankhamun, Live Forever

A WWL-TV Special Project

written & narrated Phil Johnson
filmed & edited by Jim Tolhurst

Filmed on location in Egypt and at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This documentary was timed to coincide with the traveling King Tut exhibit when it visited New Orleans.

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In 1978, Tutankhamun, Live Forever, was released on videotape under the new title King Tut: Tomb of Treasure. The only change made to the original documentary is that in this release, by Public Media Video, a new narration track by Allen Luden has been added.

Awards:

1977 National Press Photographers Assn. 2nd Place TV Documentary Photography

1977 New Orleans Press Club 1st Place Documentary Photography

1978 Information Film Producers of America Bronze Cindy

1978-79 Louisiana Associated Press Broadcasters Association, Best Documentary

1978 Gabriel Award UNDA-USA

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For more than 40 years, Catholic Academy for Communication Arts Professionals has sponsored the Gabriel Awards, designed to honor works of excellence in broadcasting--programs, features, spots and stations -- which serve viewers and listeners through the positive, creative treatment of concerns to humankind.


Origin of the title Tutankhamen, Live Forever

Embed courtesy of WWLTV New Orleans.


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