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Title Treasures III [(DVD) videorecording] : social issues in American film, 1900-1934.

Publication Info. [San Francisco, Calif.] : National Film Preservation Foundation, [2007]
Chatsworth, CA : Distributed by Image Entertainment.
©2007
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 Nichols Adult DVD Oversize  791.436552 TRE    AVAILABLE
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Description 4 videodiscs (approximately 733 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (xv, 173 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
System Details DVD, all regions; Dolby digital.
Credits Film curator, Scott Simmon ; music curator, Martin Marks.
Note Collective title, disc titles, disc numeration, film titles & film copyright dates from disc menus. Film durations from containers.
Program notes include essays about each film written by Scott Simmon & Martin Marks.
Special features: optional audio commentary by experts; newly-recorded music; more than 600 interactive screens about the films and music.
For specific features see interactive menu.
Summary "Prohibition, abortion, unions, atheism, the vote for women, worker safety, organized crime, loan sharking, race relations, juvenile justice, homelessness, immigration - virtually no social issue was too controversial for movies during their first decades. These issues and more are brought to life through 48 films preserved by George Eastman House, the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, the National Archives, and the UCLA Film & Television Archive. TREASURES III presents the turbulent period when movies helped change America" -- Set container.
Contents Program 1. The city reformed (173 min.): The black hand (c1906, 11 min.) -- How they rob men in Chicago (c1900, 25 sec.) -- The voice of the violin (c.1909, 16 min.) -- The usurer's grip (c1912, 15 min.) -- From the submerged (c1912, 11 min.) -- Hope : a Red Cross seal story (c1912, 14 min.) -- The cost of carelessness (c1913, 13 min.) -- Lights and shadows in a city of a million (c1920, 7 min.) -- 6,000,000 American children-- are not in school (c1922, 2 min.) -- The soul of youth (c1920, 80 min.) -- A call for help from Sing Sing (c1934, 3 min.) --
Program 2. New women (187 min.): Kansas saloon smashers (c1901, 1 min.) -- Why Mr. Nation wants a divorce (c1901, 2 min.) -- Trial marriages (c1907, 12 min.) -- Manhattan Trade School for Girls (c1911, 16 min.) -- The strong arm squad of the future (ca. 1912, 1 min.) -- A lively affair (ca. 1912, 7 min.) -- A suffragette in spite of himself (c1912, 8 min.) -- On to Washington (c1913, 1 min.) -- The hazards of Helen. Ep. 13 (c1915, 13 min.) -- Where are my children? (c1916, 65 min.) -- The courage of the commonplace (c1913, 13 min.) -- Poor Mrs. Jones! (c1926, 46 min.) -- Offers herself as bride for $10,000 (c1931, 2 min.) --
Program 3. Toil and tyranny (193 min.): Uncle Sam and the Bolsheviki-I.W.W. rat (ca. 1919, 40 sec.) -- The crime of carelessness (c1912, 14 min.) -- Who pays? Ep. 12 (c1915, 35 min.) -- Excerpt from Labor's reward (c1925, 13 min.) -- Listen to some words of wisdom (c1930, 2 min.) -- The godless girl (c1928, 128 min.) --
Program 4. Americans in the making (180 min.): Emigrants landing at Ellis Island (c1903, 2 min.) -- An American in the making (c1913, 15 min.) -- Ramona (c1910, 16 min.) -- Redskin (c1929, 82 min.) -- The United Snakes of America (ca. 1917, 1 min.) -- Uncle Sam donates for Liberty Loans (c1919, 1 min.) -- 100% American (c1918, 14 min.) -- Bud's recruit (c1918, 26 min.) -- The reawakening (c1919, 10 min.) -- [Eight Prohibition newsreels] (c1923-1933, 13 min. total).
Subject Social problems in motion pictures.
United States -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Motion pictures -- Social aspects -- United States.
Motion pictures -- United States -- History.
DVDs.
Genre Documentary films.
Added Author Simmon, Scott.
Marks, Martin Miller.
National Film Preservation Foundation (U.S.)
Image Entertainment (Firm)
Added Title Treasures 3
Treasures Three
Social issues in American film, 1900-1934
City reformed.
New women.
Toil and tyranny.
Americans in the making.
ISBN 9780974709949
0974709948
Standard No. 014381382723
Music No. NATD3827DVD National Film Preservation Foundation
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