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The comeback

Author: Max SchmelingOlga TschechowaRenate MüllerKurt GerronMax MachonAll authors
Publisher: [U.S.] : Rogers Pictures, Inc. ; Chicago, IL : Distributed by Facets Multi-media, [2000?]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A documentary on the life of German boxer Max Schmeling, following his career from the early years of boxing to his later match for the World Championship against America's Joe Louis. German silent and sound.--Distributor's website (www.facets.org/asticat).
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Genre/Form: Videocassettes
Named Person: Max Schmeling
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Max Schmeling; Olga Tschechowa; Renate Müller; Kurt Gerron; Max Machon; Reinhold Schünzel; Sam Taub; Benny Leonard; Rogers Pictures, inc.
OCLC Number: 56761795
Language Note: English voiceover, narrative, and titles.
Notes: "Adapted from 'Love in the ring'"
Credits: Directed by Reinhold Schuenzel; edited by George Roland; radio announcement by Sam Taub; fight comments by Benny Leonard (light-weight champion of the world).
Cast: Max Schmeling, Olga Checkova [Tschechowa], Renate Müller, Kurt Gerron and Max Machon.
Description: 1 videocassette (53 min.) : sd., b&w ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Other Titles: Love in the ring (1930)
Comeback (autobiography) 1920s-1950s boxer Max Schmeling
Responsibility: presented by Rogers Pictures, inc.

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A documentary on the life of German boxer Max Schmeling, following his career from the early years of boxing to his later match for the World Championship against America's Joe Louis. German silent and sound.--Distributor's website (www.facets.org/asticat).

(AKA Love In The Ring - 1930) Starring Max Schmeling, Olga Tschechowa, Kurt Gerron, Max Machon, Renate Muller, Rudolf Biebrach and Reinhold Schunzel. Heavyweight Champion Max Schmeling, best remembered for his two controversial matches with Joe Louis, stars in this story of a pugilist torn between two women. Contains some talkie footage, and features commentary by Lightweight champ Benny Leonard. English titles. Approx. 60 Minutes. --www.hollywoodsattic.com/shopping/pricelist.asp?prid=3140.

The Comeback [VHS] (1930) Originally conceived as a silent film, this early German talkie stars future heavyweight boxing champ Max Schmeling as a tortured pugilist. While fearlessly taking on numerous opponents in the ring, Schmeling discovers that his greatest adversary is himself when he is forced to choose between the two women he loves. With Olga Tschechowa, Kurt Gerron. AKA: "Love in the Ring." 55 min. In German with English subtitles. --www.moviesunlimited.com.

Filmed in Germany in 1924 and originally titled "Love in the Ring," this story of the boxer Max Schmeling stars himself and was released in America in 1930 as "The Comeback."--Www.littleman.com.

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