Pitch People

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Pitch People is the first feature-length documentary film to take a close look at the fascinating role the art of the "pitch" has played in society. It was produced in 1999 and includes interviews with many of the pitch industry's greatest sales people, including Arnold Morris, Sandy Mason, Lester Morris, Wally Nash and Ed McMahon as well as a look at the Popeil family. The film screened in several festivals in 2000, including the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival (No. 23), Boston Film Festival and Palm Beach Film International Festival.

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