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|Named Person:||Hanya Holm; Hanya Holm|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hanya Holm; Julie Andrews; Alfred Drake; Louise Kloepper; Richard Burton; Valerie Bettis; Betsy Fisher; Joanie Smith; Danial Shapiro; Rob McWilliams; Michael Ballard; Margaret Morris; Michael Blake; Janis Brenner; Murray Louis; Martha Hill; Alwin Nikolais; Eve Gentry; Oliver Kostock; Mary Anthony; Glen Tetley; Harold Lang; Crandall Diehl; Kathryn Appleby; Jim Clinton; Robyn Cutler; Ruth Davidson; Don Redlich; Nancy Mason Hauser; John Ittelson; Jack Carroll; Marilyn Cristofori; Don Redlich Dance Company.; California State University, Chico. University Foundation.
|Notes:||Wrapper for Dance Horizons Video version gives copyright date as: c1985 The University Foundation, California State University, Chico; and further notes that the recording was "[f]irst produced on video 1988."|
|Performer(s):||Introduction by Julie Andrews.
Narration by Alfred Drake.
Dancers: Betsy Fisher, Joanie Smith, Danial Shapiro, Robert McWilliams, Michael Ballard, Margaret Morris, Michael Blake, and Janis Brenner.
|Description:||1 videocassette (VHS, NTSC) (55 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Film clips include Hanya Holm dancing as a young woman --
Valerie Bettis in a 1933 solo dance in Colorado --
1958 and 1983 rehearsals of My fair lady --
Richard Burton and Julie Andrews in a number from Camelot (That's what simple folk do) --
Louise Kloepper in Statement of dissent, from 1939 film Young America dances --
excerpt from Jocose, choreographed by Hanya Holm and performed by members of the Don Redlich Dance Company: Kathryn Appleby, Jim Clinton, Robyn Cutler, Ruth Davidson, and Don Redlich.
|Other Titles:||Jocose (Choreographic work : Holm)
Statement of dissent (Choreographic work : Kloepper)
|Responsibility:||University Foundation, California State University, Chico ; director, John Ittelson ; producer, Nancy Mason Hauser ; executive producer, Marilyn Cristofori ; narrative script, Jack Carroll.|