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|Genre/Form:||National Film Registry
Case studies Drama
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mitchell W Block; Alec Hirschfeld; Shelby Leverington; Lucille Benson; Martin Brest; Dick Miller; Vincent Schiavelli; Gigi Vorgan; Ray Anne School; Ann Dusenberry; Jeffrey Kramer; Ray Sharkey; Direct Cinema Ltd.
|Notes:||...no lies was originally produced in 1973 (onscreen date).
Speeding? was originally produced in 1974 (onscreen date).
|Credits:||...no lies: Photography, Alec Hirschfeld ; editor, Ray Anne School.
Speeding?: Photography, Alec Hirschfeld ; editor, Ray Anne School.
|Cast:||...no lies: Shelby Leverington, Alec Hirschfeld.
Speeding? : Alec Hirschfeld, Lucile Benson, Martin Brest, Anne Dusenberry, Jeffrey Kramer, Ray Sharkey, Steven S. Verona, Dick Miller, Vincent Schiavelli, Gigi Vorgan, Roger Braband, Lance M. Erickson, Walter J. Nowakowski, Jr., Sam L. Spiegel, Dennis Lee Wensel.
|Awards:||...no lies was named to the National Film Registry in 2008 by the Library of Congress.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (ca. 16 min., ca. 21 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD-R ; NTSC, region 1; Dolby digital 2.0.|
|Contents:||...no lies (16 min.) ; Speeding? (21 min.) ; Bonus material: ...No lies rehearsal take 1 (ca. 15 min., b&w) --
...No lies rehearsal take 2 (ca. 15 min., b&w).
|Series Title:||The Mitchell Block collection; Direct Cinema Limited collection|
|Responsibility:||Direct Cinema Limited presents ; produced & directed by Mitchell W. Block. Speeding? / Direct Cinema Limited presents a film by Mitchell W. Block & Alec Hirschfeld ; produced, directed, edited, conceived & written by Mitchell W. Block ; additional dialogue by Alec Hirschfeld.|
"Speeding? is a short film for driver's educational classes on speeding and is still widely used. Again, Alec Hirschfeld is the cameraman and Block populates the film with actors from television and Hollywood films...and gives directors Martin Brest and Stephen Verona rare onscreen appearances. The Corona, California traffic unit and the California Highway Patrol provide the film with the reality of working traffic officers." -- Container.