Nonfiction television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Jacqueline Glover; Thomas Lennon; Mark Jonathan Harris; Bell; Angela Bassett; Michael Boatman; Roscoe Lee Browne; Don Cheadle; Ossie Davis; Ruby Dee; Robert Guillaume; Jasmine Guy; Samuel L Jackson; C C H Pounder; Roger Guenveur Smith; Courtney B Vance; Vanessa Williams; Oprah Winfrey; Alfre Woodard; Whoopi Goldberg; Home Box Office (Firm); HBO Documentary Films.; Library of Congress.; HBO Video (Firm)
|语言注释：||In English; closed-captioned in English.|
|注意：||Special features: Audio narrative by Fountain Hughes [audio feature] (24 min.); Audio interview by Yvonne Beatty [audio feature] (5 min.); Ex-slave biographies [text feature]; Web links [requires a DVD-ROM drive, Internet access and web browser].|
|制作人员：||Co-produced and edited by Juliet Weber ; historical advisors, Ira Berlin, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., James Oliver Horton, Charles L. Perdue, Margaret Washington ; original score by Patricia Lee Stotter ; camera, Wes Dorman, Chris Hall, Sophia Constantinou [and others].|
|演员：||Narrated by Whoopi Goldberg ; with readings by Angela Bassett, Michael Boatman, Roscoe Lee Browne, Don Cheadle, Sandra Daley, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Robert Guillaume, Jasmine Guy, Samuel L. Jackson, C.C.H. Pounder, LaTanya Richardson, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Roger Guenveur Smith, Courtney B. Vance, Vanessa L. Williams, Oprah Winfrey, Alfre Woodard.|
|目标对象：||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (75 min.) : sd., color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD; NTSC, region 1; Dolby Surround 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo; aspect ratio 4:3.|
|其他题名：||Readings from the slave narratives|
|责任：||a Home Box Office presentation ; an HBO Documentary Film in association with the Library of Congress ; produced by Jacqueline Glover, Thomas Lennon ; written by Mark Jonathan Harris ; directed by Ed Bell, Thomas Lennon.|
When the Civil War ended in 1865, more than 4 million slaves were set free. By the late 1930's, 100,000 former slaves were still alive. In the midst of the Great Depression, journalists and writers traveled the country to record the memories of the last generation of African-Americans born into bondage. Over 2,000 interviews were transcribed as spoken, in the vernacular of the time, to form a unique historical record.
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How can one tell the story of oneâs life, a life that is woven into the collective narrative of a people, a country and an era, a story whose central plot will always be fraught with pain, anger or guilt? Slavery remains a contentious topic in American Studies and a difficult one to depict on screen,...