Films for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln|
Darryl Francis Zanuck; John Ford; Lamar Trotti; Henry Fonda; Alice Brady; Marjorie Weaver; Arleen Whelan; Pauline Moore; Cosmopolitan Productions.; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.; Criterion Collection (Firm)
|语言注释：||Soundtrack in English, with optional English SDH subtitles.|
|注意：||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1939.
Supplements: disc 2: Omnibus: John Ford, Part One [1992 BBC television profile of John Ford] (43 min.); Parkinson: "Meets Henry Fonda" [1975 BBC television interview] (49 min.); Dan Ford interviews [Audio only 1973-John Ford, 1978-Henry Fonda] (13 min.); Academy Award Theater [Radio adaptation, audio only, MP3 version available] (30 min.); Gallery [text feature]. Accompanying booklet includes the essays "Hero In Waiting" by Geoffrey O'Brien and "Mr. Lincoln by Mr. Ford" by Sergei Eisenstein.
|制作人员：||Photography, Bert Glennon ; film editor, Walter Thompson ; music, Alfred Newman.|
|演员名单:||Henry Fonda, Alice Brady, Marjorie Weaver, Arleen Whelan, Eddie Collins, Pauline Moore, Richard Cromwell, Donald Meek, Judith Dickens, Eddie Quillan, Spencer Charters, Ward Bond.|
|描述：||2 videodiscs (100 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ( p. : ill. ; 19 cm.)|
|详述：||DVD, NTSC; region 1, Dolby Digital mono., original presentation aspect ratio 1.33:1, high-definition digital transfer, with restored image and sound.|
|内容：||Disc 1. the film (100 min.) --
disc 2. the supplements.
|丛书名：||Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 320.|
|其他题名：||Young Mr. Lincoln (Motion picture)|
|责任：||20th Century Fox ; Twentieth Century Fox presents Darryl F. Zanuck's production of ; a Cosmopolitan production ; directed by John Ford ; original screen play by Lamar Trotti.|
In this unforgettable portrait of the early life of the Great Emancipator, young Mr. Lincoln, after teaching himself law, has barely started practicing when an Independence Day celebration ends with a stabbing. Abe first stops a lynch mob from killing brothers Matt and Adam Clay, and then defends them against a seasoned prosecutor and his crafty adviser. As presented here, Lincoln is a strong but peaceful frontier democrat, his quiet, awkward, folksy demeanor the outward manifestation of a deep humility, and a wise sadness at human folly. His awareness that his attempts to reconcile opposing forces--despite the occasional temporary victory--are doomed but necessary, hint at the character that will respond to the destiny that awaits him.