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  • Summary: In May of 2010, Los Angeles based filmmakers Christopher Lockett and Gary Nicholson read an article on Wired.com about The Last Generation of Typewriter Repairmen. Casual conversation over coffee about the importance of the typewriter in world history eventually turned toward the inevitable conclusion that this would make a great documentary. Lockett and Nicholson agreed that the passing of the typewriter along with the highly skilled technicians who service them, should be documented. In the filmmaker's research, they uncovered many interesting stories, realizing that the typewriter is alive and well and still very relevant in the 21st century. Collapse
  • Director: Christopher Lockett
  • Genre(s): History, Family, Documentary, News
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Runtime: 58 min
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  1. Reviewed by: Gary Goldstein
    May 9, 2013
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    The death of the typewriter has been greatly exaggerated, at least according to the fun, compact love letter of a documentary The Typewriter (in the 21st Century).