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The Chase in the evolution of the movies

Author: Saul J TurellJeff LiebermannHarvey CortPaul KilliamLarry AdlerAll authors
Publisher: Deerfield, Ill. : Coronet Films & Video, [1985?], ©1978.
Series: Art of film., Series 2 ;, v. 9.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Shows scenes from Edwin S. Porter's The Great train robbery and Streets of New York, D. W. Griffith's Way down East and A girl and her trust, a Mack Sennett chase and other films in order to trace the development of the chase scene as an exciting and/or comic element in filmmaking since its earliest days.
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Named Person: Edwin S Porter; D W Griffith; Mack Sennett
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Saul J Turell; Jeff Liebermann; Harvey Cort; Paul Killiam; Larry Adler; Coronet Films & Video.; Janus Films.; Perspective Films (Firm)
ISBN: 0699367123 9780699367127
OCLC Number: 78680636
Notes: Title from data sheet.
Issued in 1978 as a motion picture, produced by Janus Films, copyrighted by Perspective Films.
At head of title frame: The Great Chase-Part I.
VHS.
Coronet Films & Video: 4014.
Credits: Chase sequences from The great chase, written and produced by Harvey Cort, Paul Killiam and Saul J. Turrell ; music score by Larry Adler.
Target Audience: High School and up.
Description: 1 videocassete (24:15 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
Series Title: Art of film., Series 2 ;, v. 9.
Other Titles: Great chase, part 1.
Responsibility: Coronet Films & Video ; produced by Saul J. Turell and Jeff Lieberman.

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Shows scenes from Edwin S. Porter's The Great train robbery and Streets of New York, D. W. Griffith's Way down East and A girl and her trust, a Mack Sennett chase and other films in order to trace the development of the chase scene as an exciting and/or comic element in filmmaking since its earliest days.

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