Scorsese Does Dylan: 'No Direction' Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews the new three-and-a-half-hour documentary about Bob Dylan called No Direction Home by director Martin Scorsese. It's available on a two-disc DVD and will be shown on PBS as part of the American Masters series.
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Scorsese Does Dylan: 'No Direction'

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Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews the new three-and-a-half-hour documentary about Bob Dylan called No Direction Home by director Martin Scorsese. It's available on a two-disc DVD and will be shown on PBS as part of the American Masters series.

Bob Dylan in a Columbia recording studio, 1963, while making 'The Freewheeling Bob Dylan.' Sony BMG Entertainment Photo Archive hide caption

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