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Paul Robeson : citizen of the world.

Author: Paul RobesonEdward ChapmanEdward RigbySimon LackJanet JohnsonAll authors
Publisher: [Irvington, N.Y.] : Criterion Collection, ©2007.
Series: Paul Robeson, portraits of the artist.; Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 373.; Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 369.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In Proud Valley an African American sailor comes to a Welsh coal mining town in 1938 and helps re-open the mine at the cost of his life. Native Land, a political semi-documentary formed from staged reenactments, leads viewers on an emotional tour of the pre-World War II U.S. and its freedom-based ideologies and looks at the the forces it sees as threatening to undermine America's strengths from within: greedy  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Musical films
Feature films
Fiction films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Interviews
Drama
Films
Named Person: Paul Robeson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Robeson; Edward Chapman; Edward Rigby; Simon Lack; Janet Johnson; Rachel Thomas; Clifford Evans; Allan Jeayes; George Merritt; Edward Lexy; Fred Johnson; Mary George; John Rennick; Amelia Romano; Houseley Stevenson; Louis Grant; James Hanney; Howard Da Silva; Art Smith; Bert Conway; Richard Bishop; Charley Jordan; Robert Strauss; John Marley; Tom Connors; Harry Wilson; Clancy Cooper; Tom Pedi; Glen MacWilliams; Roy Kellino; Ernest Irving; Paul Strand; Marc Blitzstein; Michael Balcon; Pen Tennyson; Jack Jones; Louis Golding; David Wolff; Leo T Hurwitz; Criterion Collection (Firm); Janus Films.; Studio Canal.; Associated British Film Distributors.; CAPAD (Firm); Frontier Films (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN: 1934121231 9781934121238 1934121193 9781934121191
OCLC Number: 85851049
Language Note: In English with optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Notes: Title from disc label.
DVD release of the 1940 (The proud valley) and 1942 (Native land) motion pictures.
The proud valley based on the story by Herbert Marshall and Alfredda Brilliant.
Issued as part of a 4-disc set entitled Paul Robeson : portraits of the artist.
Special features: The story of Native land (video interview with cinematographer Tom Hurwitz, son of Native Land co-director Leo Hurwitz).
Credits: The proud valley: photography, Glen MacWilliams, Roy Kellino ; art director, Wilfrid Shingleton ; editor, Ray Pitt ; music arranged and directed by Ernest Irving. Native land: associate directors, Alfred Saxe, William Watts ; photography by Paul Strand ; editing by Leo Hurwitz ; music by Marc Blitzstein ; orchestra conducted by Lehman Engel.
Cast: The proud valley: Paul Robeson, Edward Chapman, Edward Rigby, Simon Lack, Janet Johnson, Rachel Thomas, Charles Williams, Dilys Thomas, Jack Jones, Dilys Davies, Clifford Evans, Alan Jeayes, George Merritt, Edward Lexy.
Native land: Paul Robeson (narrator), Fred Johnson, Mary George, John Rennick, Amelia Romano, Housely Stevenson, Louis Grant, James Hanney, Howard Da Sylva, Art Smith, Bert Conway, Richard Bishop, Charles Jordan, Vaughn King, Robert Strauss, Dolores Cornell, John Marlieb, Tom Connors, Harry Wilson, Rev. Charles Webber, Virginia Stevens, Clancy Cooper, Tom Pedi.
Robeson on Pacifica Radio, 1958: interviewee, Paul Robeson ; interviewers, Elsa Knight Thompson, Harold Winkler.
Description: 1 videodisc (165 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; 1.33:1 aspect ratio; Dolby digital mono.
Contents: The proud valley / Janus Films ; Studio Canal ; released by Associated Distributors Pty, Ltd. ; [presented by] Capad ; produced by Michael Balcon ; directed by Pen Tennyson ; screenplay, Pen Tennyson, Jack Jones, Louis Golding (1940, 77 min.) --
Native land / Frontier Films ; commentary by David Wolff ; script by David Wolff, Leo Hurwitz, Paul Strand ; directed by Leo Hurwitz, Paul Strand (1942, 88 min.) --
Robeson on Pacifica Radio, 1958 (1958, ca. 30 min).
Series Title: Paul Robeson, portraits of the artist.; Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 373.; Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 369.
Other Titles: Robeson on Pacifica Radio, 1958.
Citizen of the world
Proud valley (Motion picture)
Native land (Motion picture : 1942)

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In Proud Valley an African American sailor comes to a Welsh coal mining town in 1938 and helps re-open the mine at the cost of his life. Native Land, a political semi-documentary formed from staged reenactments, leads viewers on an emotional tour of the pre-World War II U.S. and its freedom-based ideologies and looks at the the forces it sees as threatening to undermine America's strengths from within: greedy capitalists, professional strikebreakers, and the Ku Klux Klan. Robeson on Pacifica Radio: Paul Robeson was denied his U.S. passport from 1950 to 1958 after he refused to sign an affidavit stating that he was not a Communist. During this time, Pacifica Radio interviewed Robeson, allowing him to express his personal history and view of the world. This interview was conducted by host Elsa Knight Thompson and Harold Winkler, president of the Pacifica Foundation.

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