The Resource Van Gogh's ear
- Van Gogh's ear
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- Secrets of the dead
- Everybody has heard of the moment when Vincent van Gogh, one of the world's most loved artists, looked into a mirror, held up a blade, and cut into his own ear- it defines his art and turbulent life. But what really happened on the night of December 23rd, 1888, in the French town of Arles?
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- Directed by Jack Macinnes
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- Narrator, Jay O. Sanders ; featuring Bernadette Murphy
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- live action
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