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Reel baseball : baseball films from the silent era, 1899-1926.

著者: Babe RuthHarold LockwoodFrancis FordCharles RayColleen Moore所有著者
出版商: New York, N.Y. : Kino International, ©2007.
版本/格式:   DVD视频 : 部分动画 : NTSC彩色电视广播制式 : 英语 : Standard format查看所有的版本和格式
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A collection of films about baseball.
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类型/形式: Sports
Drama
Baseball films
Short films
Feature films
Silent films
材料类型: 部分动画, 录像
文件类型: 视觉资料
所有的著者/提供者: Babe Ruth; Harold Lockwood; Francis Ford; Charles Ray; Colleen Moore; John Gilbert; Jerome Storm; John Bunny; Peter B Kyne; John Joseph McGraw; Pat Sullivan; De Wolf Hopper; Billy Bevan; Andy Clyde; Ruth Taylor; Del Lord; Ethelyn Gibson; Billy Butts; Arvid E Gillstrom; Rob Edelman; Kino International Corporation.
OCLC号码: 86116114
语言注释: Silent with musical accompaniment, except for Casey at the Bat (in English).
注意: Originally produced as 13 films between 1899-1926.
Special feature (disc 1): essay by Rob Edelman.
制作人员: Music composed and performed by David Drazin, David Knudtson, and Ben Model.
演员: Featuring Babe Ruth, Charles Ray, Colleen Moore, Harold Lockwood, John Gilbert, John Bunny, John J. McGraw, DeWolf Hopper, Billy Bevan, Ethelyn Gibson, Billy Butts.
描述: 2 videodiscs (253 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
详述: DVD, NTSC.
内容: disc 1. Headin' home (1920, 73 min.) / Babe Ruth in ; presented by Kessel & Baumann ; produced by Yankee Photo Corp'n ; photographed by Ollie Leach ; titles by "Bugs" Baer ; original score by David Knudtson, performed on the Ted M. Larson Memorial Theatre Pipe Organ, Minnesota State University Moorhead ; print courtesy of Rusty Casselton and the Larson-Casselton Collection --
[Babe Ruth Kinogram] (undated, 1 min.) / distributed by Educational Pictures ; with Babe Ruth ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Dennis Atkinson --
His last game (1909, 12 min.) / Independent Moving Pictures Co. ; music composed and performed by David Drazin ; from the collection of The Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division --
The ball player and the bandit (1912, 12 min.) / Broncho Film Company ; directed by Francis Ford ; featuring Harold Lockwood ; music composed and performed by David Drazin ; from the collection of The Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. disc 2. The busher (1919, 55 min.) / Charles Ray in ; a Thomas H. Ince production ; directed by Jerome Stern ; scenario, R. Cecil Smith ; story by Earle Snell ; with Colleen Moore, John Gilbert, Jay Morley, Otto Hoffman ; music composed and performed by David Drazin ; film element courtesy of Film Preservation Associates --
Casey at the bat or, The fate of a "rotten" umpire (fragment, 1899, 1 min.) / Thomas A. Edison Co. ; producer, James White ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Dennis Atkinson --
How the office boy saw the ball game (fragment, 1906, 5 min.) / Thomas A. Edison Co. ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Film Preservation Associates --
Hearts and diamonds (1914, 33 min.) / The Vitagraph Co. of America ; featuring John Bunny ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Film Preservation Associates --
One touch of nature (excerpts, 1917, 18 min.) / The Thomas A. Edison Studios present ; by Peter B. Kyne ; featuring John J. McGraw ; music composed and performed by Ben Model, performed on the Miditzer virtual theatre organ ; from the collection of The Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division --
Felix saves the day (1922, 7 min.) / animated cartoon by Pat Sullivan ; music composed and performed by Ben Model, performed on the Miditzer virtual theatre organ ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films --
Casey at the bat (1922, 6 min.) / DeForest Phonofilms present ; featuring DeWolf Hopper ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films --
Butter fingers (1925, 16 min.) / Billy Bevan in ; with Andy Clyde & Ruth Taylor ; directed by Del Lord ; scenario by Jefferson Moffitt ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films --
Happy days (1926, 14 min.) / Weiss Bros. present ; distributed by Artclass Pictures ; with Ethelyn Gibson and Billy Butts ; directed by Arvid Gillstrom ; based on the comic strip Winnie Winkle the Breadwinner by Martin Branner ; titled by Al Martin ; produced by Billy West ; music composed and performed by Ben Model, performed on the Miditzer virtual theatre organ ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films.
其他题名: Headin' home.
His last game.
Ball player and the bandit.
Busher.
Casey at the bat or, The fate of a "rotten" umpire.
How the office boy saw the ball game.
Hearts and diamonds.
One touch of nature.
Felix saves the day.
Casey at the bat.
Butter fingers.
Happy days.
Baseball films from the silent era, 1899-1926

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