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The Henry Koster collection of home movies, approximately 1934-1967.

Author: Henry Koster
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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This collection of home movies was photographed by film director, Henry Koster. Using a 8 mm. camera, Koster filmed his travels to Europe from Amsterdam to Budapest in the mid-1930s, his children and family as they celebrated birthdays and milestones such as his son Nicky walking for the first time, Nicky's first day at school, Nicky's graduation, children's pony rides, an early 1940s Rose Bowl game, Catalina Island  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Home movies and video
Archives
Named Person: Henry Koster; Henry Koster; Henry Koster; Charles Laughton; Elsa Lanchester; Danny Kaye; Larry Adler; Darryl Francis Zanuck
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Koster
OCLC Number: 423669090
Language Note: Materials entirely in English.
Other Titles: Home movies. Henry Koster

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This collection of home movies was photographed by film director, Henry Koster. Using a 8 mm. camera, Koster filmed his travels to Europe from Amsterdam to Budapest in the mid-1930s, his children and family as they celebrated birthdays and milestones such as his son Nicky walking for the first time, Nicky's first day at school, Nicky's graduation, children's pony rides, an early 1940s Rose Bowl game, Catalina Island in the 1950s, visits with Koster's mother, Emma Kosterlitz, vacations to Las Vegas and Hoover Dam, Sun Valley (Idaho), Berlin (Germany) and Venice (Italy), the Kosters at home in Los Angeles, and visiting at the homes of their celebrity friends, such as Charles Laughton and Elsa Lancaster, Larry Adler, Danny Kaye, and Darryl F. Zanuck. The bulk of the collection is behind-the-scenes footage from a number of the films Koster directed that feature footage of many in the cast: Katherina, die Letzte (1936), Three smart girls (1936), One hundred men and a girl (1937), First love (1939), Spring parade (1940), Music for millions (1941), Unfinished dance (1947), The Inspector General (1949), Come to the stable (1949), Wabash Avenue (1950), Harvey (1950), My blue heaven (1950), No highway (1951), Fräulein (1958), D-Day the sixth of June (1956) and The story of Ruth (1960).

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