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The doughnuts

Auteur : Beth SanfordMorton SchindelEdward English, (Film director)Ralph BluemkeMarianna NorrisTous les auteurs
Éditeur : United States : Weston Woods, ©1963.
Collection : Homer Price series.
Édition/format :   Film : Film : École secondaire   Matériel visuel : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
Homer is left in his uncle's coffee shop to assemble a broken doughnut machine. His uncle leaves to play cards, but upon leaving he asks Homer to make a batch of doughnuts once he fixes the machine. Left alone, Homer receives two customers; one is a rich lady who insists on making her recipe for doughnuts. She makes ten pounds of batter and Homer empties it all into the machine. The automatic doughnut machine spits
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Genre/forme : Children's films
Fiction films
Short films
Film adaptations
Adaptations
Shorts
Personne nommée : Robert McCloskey; Robert McCloskey
Type d’ouvrage : Film, École secondaire
Format : Matériel visuel
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Beth Sanford; Morton Schindel; Edward English, (Film director); Ralph Bluemke; Marianna Norris; Blaise Rizzo; Loren Glickman; Charles H Martens; Maria Morales; Catherine Barr, (Writer on management science); Elizabeth Barr; Russ Bonnacurso; Alan Matthews; Michael Burnham, Jr; Robert Landsman; James Warner; Eleanor Chapin; Weston Woods Studios,
Numéro OCLC : 42489783
Notes : Based on the book Homer Price, by Robert McCloskey.
Copyright date on film: 1963, Weston Woods Studios, Inc.
Running time: 27:38.
Crédits : From the book by Robert McCloskey, published by Viking Press, c1943; script girl, Barbara J. Nelson; properties, Elizabeth Barr; electrician, Russ Bonnacurso & Alan Matthews; doughnut makers, Lex Cochran & Tom Kalasky; doughnut machine restoration, Gayle Smith; additional dialogue, Ralph Bluemke & Marianna Norris; costume, Beth Sanford; hairstylist, Maria Morales; art work, Catherine Barr; exterior set, Knick's Motel, Brookfield; automobiles, Richard Rangeford & Edmund Westby; photography and editing, Edward English; sound, Blaise Rizzo; music composition, Loren Glickman; still photography, Charles H. Martens.
Distribution : Michael Burnham, Jr. (Homer), Robert Landsman (Mr. Gabby), James Warner (Uncle Ulysses), Beth Sanford (The Lady), Eleanor Chapin (Aunt Aggy), Richard Forsyth (The Sheriff), William Maeck (The Chauffeur), Cecilia Cavalier (Homer's mother), Owen Jordan (Narrator).
Description : 1 reel (28 min.) : opt sd., col. ; 16 mm. print.
Titre de collection : Homer Price series.
Responsabilité : Weston Woods presents ; produced by Morton Schindel at Weston Woods Studios ; directed by Beth Sanford in association with Edward English.

Résumé :

Homer is left in his uncle's coffee shop to assemble a broken doughnut machine. His uncle leaves to play cards, but upon leaving he asks Homer to make a batch of doughnuts once he fixes the machine. Left alone, Homer receives two customers; one is a rich lady who insists on making her recipe for doughnuts. She makes ten pounds of batter and Homer empties it all into the machine. The automatic doughnut machine spits out doughnuts in rapid succession. The woman returns, saying she has lost her diamond bracelet, and it becomes apparent that the bracelet has been baked in one of the doughnuts. Homer makes a sign offering $100 reward to whoever finds the bracelet. Soon the doughnuts are gobbled up and the bracelet found.--Duanna Fullwiley, 8/94.

A story about Homer's resourcefulness, telling how he saves the day when Uncle Ulysses' automatic doughnut machine won't turn off.

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