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Ambrose Bierce's an occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

Author: Robert Enrico; Ambrose Bierce
Publisher: France : Films du Centaure, Filmartic, United States : Distributed by Monterey Media [1962] ©2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : [U.S. release version with credits and dialogue in English? DVD version includes author's bio. and discussion topics]
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"The Civil War. A nation torn apart. A war fought in great battles, and a war fought on a much smaller scale, within the hearts and minds of a nation's young men. On a lonely bridge, a group of soldiers prepare for the somber task of hanging one of their countrymen, now an enemy, for sabotage. Ambrose Bierce's heralded story begins on this isolated bridge and envelops a journey through the mind and dreams of a man  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Academy Award films
French films
Shorts
Drama
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Enrico; Ambrose Bierce
ISBN: 1569944024 9781569944028
OCLC Number: 423631536
Notes: Original release title in France: La Rivière du Hibou. Released in France as the concluding episode of a three-part anthology entitled Au coeur de la vie, based on stories from In the midst of life, by Ambrose Bierce.
Description: 1 DVD-video (approximately 25 min.) : sound, black &white ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Titles: Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (Motion picture : 1962)
Responsibility: Films du Centaure, Filmartic ; director, Robert Enrico ; producers, Marcel Ichac, Paul de Roubaix.

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"The Civil War. A nation torn apart. A war fought in great battles, and a war fought on a much smaller scale, within the hearts and minds of a nation's young men. On a lonely bridge, a group of soldiers prepare for the somber task of hanging one of their countrymen, now an enemy, for sabotage. Ambrose Bierce's heralded story begins on this isolated bridge and envelops a journey through the mind and dreams of a man facing death"--DVD sleeve.

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