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|Material Type:||Document, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kent Mackenzie; Yvonne Williams; Homer Nish; Tommy Reynolds; Rico Rodriguez; Clifford Ray Sam; Clydean Parker; Mary Donahue; Thom Andersen; John Willis; David L Wolper; Mel Stuart; Robert Kirste; Greg Kimble; Sherman Alexie; Charles Burnett; Erik Daarstad; Robert Kaufman; John Arthur Morrill; Revels (Musical group); Milestone Film & Video.; UCLA Film and Television Archive.; University of Southern California. School of Cinematic Arts.; National Film Preservation Foundation (U.S.); University of Southern California. Department of Cinema.; United States Information Agency.; Wolper Productions.; United Artists Television (Firm); Churchill Films.; Dimension Films (1962-1985); Pathé frères (France); Oscilloscope Pictures.
|Language Note:||In English.|
|Notes:||Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1961.|
|Credits:||The Exiles: "The Exiles" (Kent Mackenzie) has been preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive in collaboration with USC Moving Image Archive, funding by The National Film Preservation Foundation, Milestone Film & Video, 2008 ; preserved by Ross Lipman ; consultants, Erik Daarstad and John Morrill ; photography, Erik Daarstad, Robert Kaufman, John Morrill ; editing, Kent Mackenzie, Warren Brown, Tom Conrad, Erik Daarstad, Thomas Miller, Beth Pattrick ; music, Anthony Hilder, The Revels, Eddie Sunrise, Robert Hafner. Bunker Hill 1956: Photographed & edited by Robert Kaufman ; faculty advisor, William S. Mehring. A skill for Molina: Photography, Erik Daarstad, John Morrill ; music, Jaime Mendoza-Nava. The story of a rodeo cowboy: Director of photography, Erik Daarstad ; music composed and conducted by Gerald Fried. Ivan and his father: film editor, Marv Goldberg ; technical advisers: William P. Baker, Ramon Alcerro. Bunker Hill: Camera, Chris Sherrod ; music, Jon Hartmann. White Fawn's devotion: piano score by Ben Model.|
|Cast:||The Exiles: Yvonne Williams, Homer Nish, Tommy Reynolds, Rico Rodriguez, Clifford Ray Sam, Clydean Parker, Mary Donahue. A skill for Molina: the Arnold Molina family. The story of a rodeo cowboy: Narrated by John Willis. Bunker Hill: commentators, Jean Kervalis, John Welborne, Joe Venegas.|
|Awards:||National Film Preservation Board: "White Fawn's Devotion" National Film Registry selection, 2008; "The Exiles" National Film Registry selection, 2009.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (72 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; aspect ratio 1.33:1.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. The exiles --
Opening credits --
"A little child of my own" --
"I don't want to cut your ear off" --
"Man, it's the same thing all over again" --
Dear Homer --
Double crisp --
"We'll dance all night" --
3rd Street tunnel --
At the Columbine Bar --
"I don't say my prayers sometimes" --
"It's cool up on Hill X" --
Morning comes to Bunker Hill / a Milestone Film release ; written, produced and directed by Kent Mackenzie ; a Mackenzie production (1961) (72 min.); Special features: 2008 Theatrical trailer (2 min.); Bunker Hill 1956 / a Milestone Film release ; University of Southern California ; produced in the Graduate Workshop of the Department of Cinema ; directed, written & edited by Kent Mackenzie (1956) (17 min.) --
Los Angeles plays itself / research/text/production, Thom Andersen [excerpt] (3 min.); Watching "The Exiles" with Sherman Alexie and Sean Axmaker [audio feature]; Audio of "The Exiles" Los Angeles opening night at UCLA [audio feature] (51 min.). Disc 2. Special features: A skill for Molina / a Milestone Film release ; written, produced and directed by Kent Mackenzie ; a production of the Motion Picture Service of the United States Information Agency (15 min.) --
The story of a rodeo cowboy / a Milestone Film release ; a David Wolper production ; series producer, Mel Stuart ; script by Kent Mackenzie, Mel Stuart ; produced, directed, & edited by Kent Mackenzie ; David Wolper Productions, Inc. and United Artists Television, Inc. (1962) (26 min.) --
The searching years: a series of open-end films--Ivan and his father / a Milestone Film release ; Churchill Films presents ; a Dimension film ; produced and directed by Kent Mackenzie (color) (1970) (14 min.) --
Last day of Angels Flight / Robert Kirste (1969) (3 min.) --
Bunker Hill: A tale of urban removal / producer, Greg Kimble ; Milestone Films (2009) (23 min.) --
White Fawn's devotion: A play acted by a tribe of red Indians in America / Pathé Frères (1901) (13 min.); DVD-ROM The Mackenzie files [PDF files require a DVD-ROM and Adobe Acrobat]; Sherman Alexie and Sean Axmaker-second interview [audio feature] (38 min.); The Leonard Lopate Show with Sherman Alexie and Charles Burnett [audio feature] (18 min.); Exiles stills gallery [slide show].
|Series Title:||Milestone cinematheque.|
|Other Titles:||Sherman Alexie and Charles Burnett present|
|Responsibility:||a Milestone Film release ; written, produced and directed by Kent Mackenzie ; a Mackenzie production.|
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