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Title Pioneers of African-American cinema. Disc 3 [(DVD) videorecording] / producer, Bret Wood.

Publication Info. [United States] : Kino Classics ; [Washington, DC] : Library of Congress, [2016]
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Description 1 videodisc (253 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
digital optical rda
DVD NTSC rda
video file DVD video region 1 rda
Motion picture
System Details DVD, NTSC, region 1, 1.33:1 widescreen.
Language English dialogue; English subtitles.
Note Title from container.
Performer Eleven P.M.: Richard Maurice, Sammie Fields, Orine Johnson.
The darktown revue: Donald Heywood's Choir, Tim Moore, Andrew Trible.
The exile: Eunice Brooks, Stanley Morrell, Nora Newsome.
Credits Eleven P.M.: Music composer and performer, Rob Gal.
Hell-bound train: Music composer and performer, Dr. Samuel Waymon.
The exile: Photography, Lester Lang, Walter Strenge ; music, Donald Heywood.
Hot biskits: Photography, Glen Gano.
Summary Includes the films Eleven P.M.; Hell-bound Train; Verdict: Not Guilty; The Darktown Revue; The Exile; and Hot Biskits. Also contains the extras "Religion in Early African-American Cinema"; "Eleven P.M.: an Introduction"; and Interview with S. Torriano Berry".
Contents Eleven P.M. (1928) / written and directed by Richard Maurice (60 min.) -- Hell-bound train (ca. 1930) / written and directed by James and Eloyce Gist (50 min.) -- Verdict: not guilty (ca. 1933) / written and directed by James and Eloyce Gist (8 min.) -- The darktown revue (1931) / produced by the Micheaux Film Corporation, New York City ; directed by Oscar Micheaux ; produced by Oscar Micheaux and Alice B. Russell (18 min.) -- The exile (1931) / produced by Micheaux Film Corporation, New York Cty ; Frank Schiffman present an Oscar Micheaux production ; written and directed by Oscar Micheaux (78 min) -- Hot biskits (1931 : sepia tinted) / produced by Dixie Comedies ; written and directed by Spenser Williams (10 min.).
Subject Micheaux, Oscar, 1884-1951 -- Film adaptations.
African Americans -- Drama -- Videodiscs.
Micheaux, Oscar, 1884-1951 (OCoLC)fst00012442 -- Videodiscs.
Genre Feature films.
Short films.
Race films.
Film adaptations.
Drama. (OCoLC)fst01423879
Feature films. (OCoLC)fst01710384
Film adaptations. (OCoLC)fst01710491
Race films. (OCoLC)fst01710372
Short films. (OCoLC)fst01710364
DVD-video discs.
Added Author Wood, Bret, film producer.
Maurice, Richard D., actor, screenwriter, film director.
Fields, Sammie, actor.
Johnson, Orine, actor.
Moore, Tim, 1887-1958, actor.
Trible, Andrew, actor.
Brooks, Eunice, actor.
Morrell, Stanley, actor.
Newsome, Nora, actor.
Gist, James, screenwriter, film director.
Gist, Eloyce, 1892-1974, screenwriter, film director.
Russell, Alice B., film producer.
Schiffman, Frank, -1974, presenter.
Williams, Spencer, 1893-1969, screenwriter, film director.
Motion picture adaptation of (work): Micheaux, Oscar, 1884-1951. Conquest.
Kino Classics (Firm), publisher.
Library of Congress, publisher.
Donald Heywood's Choir, performer.
Micheaux Film Corporation, production company.
Dixie Comedies (Firm), production company.
Music No. K20600C Kino Classics
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