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Dana Flor

Dana Flor grew up in the Washington D.C. area. She wrote and directed the Emmy award-winning documentary "Latinos in Beisbol", and the Emmy-nominated documentary "Cesar Chavez" for NBC. Among her projects, she wrote and produced the two-hour special "True Stories of the NYPD" for the History Channel and "Latin Jazz-The Perfect Combination" for America's Jazz Heritage and the Smithsonian Institute. In addition, she's covered a wide-range of stories National Geographic, Reuters Television, CNN and others - covering breaking news throughout Latin America and around the world. The Nine Lives of Marion Barry is Flor's first feature documentary. She lives in Washington D.C. with her family.

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The Nine Lives Of Marion Barry - DOWNLOAD

$11.99 | 78 minutes

(2010)

Many people remember Marion Barry as the philandering, drug- using mayor of the nation’s capital who was famously caught in a 1990 FBI sting operation. Yet others know him as a folk hero, a civil rights champion and defender of the poor&hellip…

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The Nine Lives Of Marion Barry

$24.95 | 78 minutes

(2010) - Cinematographer, Director, Producer

Many people remember Marion Barry as the philandering, drug- using mayor of the nation’s capital who was famously caught in a 1990 FBI sting operation. Yet others know him as a folk hero, a civil rights champion and defender of the poor&hellip…

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The Nine Lives Of Marion Barry - ON DEMAND

$3.99 | 78 minutes

(2010)

Many people remember Marion Barry as the philandering, drug- using mayor of the nation’s capital who was famously caught in a 1990 FBI sting operation. Yet others know him as a folk hero, a civil rights champion and defender of the poor&hellip…

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