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Mr. Bell

Author: G M UnderhillArdis SmithRichard FleischerLarry O'ReillyRaymond Edward JohnsonAll authors
Publisher: United States : Bell System : Farm Film Foundation : Association Films, 1947.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English : [Long, non-theatrical version]View all editions and formats
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Dramatized tribute to the life and work of Alexander Graham Bell, produced on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Begins in Boston in the 1870s when Bell was a teacher for the deaf and a partner with Gardiner Hubbard in a venture to send multiple telegraph messages at the same time. Follows Bell and Watson's experiments, invention of the telephone, and demonstration of the novelty to potential financiers. Continues  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Named Person: Alexander Graham Bell; Thomas Augustus Watson; Gardiner G Hubbard
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: G M Underhill; Ardis Smith; Richard Fleischer; Larry O'Reilly; Raymond Edward Johnson; Mason Adams; Taylor Holmes; RKO-Pathe,; American Telephone and Telegraph Company,; Farm Film Foundation,; Association Films, inc,
OCLC Number: 30146714
Notes: Edition statement supplied by cataloger.
Distributors from Handbook of free films.
Length (ref print): 1100 ft., 13 fr.
Length (arch pos): 1101 ft., 25 fr.
Also released in a 16 min. theatrical version.
Title spliced on at head for 3 ft. 11 fr. (ref print) and 4 ft. 10 fr. (arch pos): Endorsed by the Farm Film Foundation, Inc.
Credits: Photographed by Larry O'Reilly ; edited by David Cooper ; music by Nathaniel Shilkret ; recording director, F.L. Woolley.
Cast: Raymond Edward Johnson (Alexander Graham Bell), Mason Adams (Thomas A. Watson), Taylor Holmes (Gardiner Hubbard), Sara Anderson (Mabel Hubbard), Jed Prouty (Willis J. Walton).
Performer(s): Introducing Raymond Edward Johnson as Mr. Bell.
Description: 1 reel of 1 (30 min., 34 sec.) : sd., b&w ; 16 mm. ref print. 1 reel of 1 (30 min., 36 sec.) : sd., b&w ; 16 mm. arch pos.
Responsibility: produced by R.K.O. Pathe, Inc. ; the Bell System presents ; supervised by G.M. Underhill ; written by Ardis Smith ; directed by Richard O. Fleischer.

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Dramatized tribute to the life and work of Alexander Graham Bell, produced on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Begins in Boston in the 1870s when Bell was a teacher for the deaf and a partner with Gardiner Hubbard in a venture to send multiple telegraph messages at the same time. Follows Bell and Watson's experiments, invention of the telephone, and demonstration of the novelty to potential financiers. Continues with a summary of Bell's other inventions and a dramatized account of his speech to young Bell System engineers at age 74 on his hopes for the future. Concludes with an epilogue that shows how those hopes were realized in the development of motion picture sound, television, sonar and radar, and, in particular, a machine that records the human voice in visual symbols for the deaf.

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