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J. Frank Dobie: Tribute to a Texan (1964)
Gordon Wilkison
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1964 |
 B/W 
| English
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    Scenes from the last interview with J. Frank Dobie
    Cactus Pryor talks with Dobie following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
    Humorist and author John Henry Faulk, an Austin native,  discusses Dobie's social influence
    Director of the University of Texas Press Frank Wardlaw reminisces about Dobie's love of nature and ranch living
    Mody Boatright, a professor of English at the University of Texas at Austin, talks about Dobie's gifts as a teacher
    Joe France, a professor of history at the University of Texas, remembers Dobie's self-confidence and graciousness
    Joe Small, publisher of True West Magazine, tells an anecdote about Dobie
    The men talk about Dobie's sense of justice and his relationship with his wife, Bertha
    Pryor concludes the discussion by reading an excerpt from Dobie's last book, Cow People