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Since his move to Nova Scotia, Canada, Frank has divided his time between his home there in a former fisherman's shack on the coast, and his Bleecker Street loft in New York. He has acquired a reputation for being a recluse (particularly since the death of Andrea), declining most interviews and public appearances. He has continued to accept eclectic assignments, however, such as photographing the 1984 Democratic National Convention , and directing music videos for artists such as New Order ("Run"), and Patti Smith (" Summer Cannibals "). Frank continues to produce both films and still images, has helped organize several retrospectives of his art, and his work has been represented by Pace/MacGill Gallery in New York since 1984.  In 1994, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, . presented the most comprehensive retrospective of Frank's work to date, entitled Moving Out .
(20) “The Watchers” (9/19/67)
Vincent tracks down an electronics wizard who is helping the aliens in hopes of securing a cure for his blind niece.
Teleplay by Jerry Sohl and Earl Hamner, Jr.
Story by Earl Hamner, Jr. and “Michael Adams” (Meyer Dolinsky).
Directed by Jesse Hibbs.
Guest Stars: Shirley Knight, Kevin McCarthy, Leonard Stone, Walter Brooke, Robert Yuro, Harry Hickox, John Zaremba, Paul Sorenson, James Seay, Marlowe Jensen.