is a noted film historian whose work has appeared in Classic Images, Films of the Golden Age, Focus on Film, and numerous other entertainment–oriented publications.  In 1984 he formed Jagarts, a retail business and rental archive dealing with the history of American movies through graphic art, photography and publicity.  Gordon had been at the helm of a cinema society in New York City for seven years.  Since 2004 he has been running a film group in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he currently resides.


Gordon has been passionate about vintage movies and filmmaking since childhood. He earned degrees in Film Production and Cinema Studies at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.  At NYU Gordon was mentored by William K. Everson, the dean of film historians, who encouraged him to write about movies—which Gordon will always appreciate.


The author is also deeply grateful for his friendship with Lynn Bari.  It is his sincere hope that you’ll enjoy reading her life story, Foxy Lady.

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Jeff Gordon on NPR


The author discusses  Lynn Bari and Foxy Lady with Connie Stevens, news director of WVTF Public Radio in Roanoke, Virginia. First aired on October 26, 2010.

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http://www.wvtf.org/news_and_notes/audio/201010261339300.FoxyLadyWEB.mp3Jeff_Gordon_files/interview.webloc

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