Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||Grover Cleveland Alexander|
Lewis Seiler; Ted Sherdeman; Seeleg Lester; Merwin Gerard; Bryan Foy; Doris Day; Ronald Reagan; Frank Lovejoy; Eve Miller; James Millican; Russ Tamblyn; Gordon Jones; Hugh Sanders; Frank Ferguson; Walter Baldwin; Dorothy Adams; Sid Hickox; Douglas Bacon; Alan Crosland; Stanley Jones; William Kuehl; Leah Rhodes; H F Koenekamp; Maurice DePackh; David Buttolph; Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967); First National Pictures, Inc.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|语言注释：||In English with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|注意：||From a story by Seeleg Lester and Merwin Gerard.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1952.
Also issued as part of the box set: Ronald Reagan the signature collection.
Includes theatrical trailer.
|制作人员：||Director of photography, Sid Hickox ; art director, Douglas Bacon ; film editor, Alan Crosland, Jr. ; sound by Stanley Jones ; set decorator, William Kuehl ; wardrobe by Leah Rhodes ; special effects by H.F. Koenekamp ; orchestrations, Maurice de Packh ; music by David Buttolph.|
|演员名单:||Doris Day, Ronald Reagan, Frank Lovejoy, Eve Miller, James Millican, Rusty Tamblyn, Gordon Jones, Hugh Sanders, Frank Ferguson, Walter Baldwin, Dorothy Adams, Bob Lemon, Jerry Priddy, Peanuts Lowrey, George Metkovich, Irving Noren, Hank Sauer, Al Zarilla, Gene Mauch.|
|目标对象：||Not rated; CHV rating: G.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen (1.33:1) presentation preserving the aspect ratio of its original theatrical exhibition; Dolby Digital mono.|
|其他题名：||Ronald Reagan the signature collection.|
|责任：||Warner Bros. Pictures ; a Warner Bros.-First National Picture ; screen play by Ted Sherdeman and Seeleg Lester & Merwin Gerard ; produced by Bryan Foy ; directed by Lewis Seiler.|
Grover Cleveland Alexander is the Hall of Fame pitcher whose baseball victories paralleled triumphs in his personal life. Suffering from double vision and fainting spells, Alexander sees his career bottom out. But, helped by his wife, he makes a successful return that reaches its peak in the 1926 Yankees/Cardinals World Series.