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Errol Morris thinks of himself as much a detective as a documentary filmmaker. Known for his off-beat subjects, he's adopted a more serious tone with his new movie, The Thin Blue Line, about a murder investigation in Dallas. Errol believes the man sentenced to death for the crime, Randall Dale Adams, is innocent.


Other segments from the episode on August 19, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 19, 1988: Interview with Ralph Blumenthal; Commentary on songs from the 1920s; Interview with Errol Morris; Commentary on Louis Black.


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