I recently received an e-mail giving us permission to use clips from a video that was made by Penguin publishing in 1994. While the video quality is certainly not HD or 1080p it is possibly the best video footage of Lloyd Alexander that is in existence. This is extremely valuable, especially due to the fact the Mr. Alexander has passed away and it is not possible to obtain any new footage, or conduct any new interviews with him personally. This video is also valuable to give an insight into who Lloyd Alexander was. I think his personality really shows through in this video.
If you are interested in my project, but don't really know who Lloyd Alexander is, this video is a must watch. It has been put on YouTube in 3 parts, check it out here: