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Thunder in the valley / Twentieth Century-Fox presents ; screen play by Jerome Cady ; produced by Robert Bassler ; directed by Louis King.

Cady, Jerry, 1903-1948 (writing.). Bassler, Robert, 1903-1975 (production.). King, Louis, 1898-1962 (direction.). Clarke, Charles G., 1899-1983 (camera.). Kalmus, Natalie, 1892-1965 (Added Author). Finley, Clemens. (Added Author). Mockridge, Cyril J. (Cyril John), 1896-1979 (music.). Newman, Emil, (music.). DePackh, Maurice, 1896-1960 (music.). Basevi, James, (production design.). Hogsett, Albert, (production design.). Little, Thomas, 1886-1985 (production design.). Orenbach, Al, (production design.). De Maggio, Nick, (editing.). Le Maire, Charles, (production design.). Behm, Eleanor, (production design.). Nye, Ben, (production design.). Sersen, Fred, 1890-1962 (special effects.). Leverett, George, (sound.). Leonard, Harry M., (sound.). McCallister, Lon, 1923-2005 (cast.). Gwenn, Edmund, 1875-1959 (cast.). Garner, Peggy Ann, (cast.). Owen, Reginald, 1887-1972 (cast.). Irwin, Charles, (cast.). Varden, Norma, (cast.). Stevenson, Houseley, 1879-1953 (cast.). Finlayson, James, 1887-1953 (cast.). Melford, George,-1961, (cast.). MacDonald, J. Farrell, 1875-1952 (cast.). Gerrard, Douglas, 1891-1950 (cast.). Marsh, Mae, 1895-1968 (cast.). Ollivant, Alfred, 1874-1927 Bob, son of Battle. (Added Author). Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. (Added Author).
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Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library DVD THUNDER (DRAMA) (Text) 39206020964993 Audiovisual - DVD Checked out 10/23/2018

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (103 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: United States : Released through Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., [1947]

Content descriptions

General Note:
"Based on the novel, Bob, son of Battle, by Alfred Ollivant."
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from: New York times review, November 28, 1947; xerox of Call Bureau Cast Service credits supplied by AFI cataloger.
"Photographed in Technicolor. Western Electric Recording."
Playing time on release was 103 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1948.
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 11754."
"Prod. no. 3281"--Leader.
Copyright: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 1Jul47; LP1815.
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Director of photography, Charles Clarke; Technicolor director, Natalie kalmus; associate, Clemens Finley. Music, Cyril Mockridge; musical direction, Emil Newman; orchestral arrangements, Maurice de Packh; art direction, James Basevi, Albert Hogsett; set decorations, Thomas Little; associate, Al Orenbach;film editor, Nick De Maggio; wardrobe direction, Charles Le Maire; costumes designed by Eleanor Behm; makeup artist, Ben Nye; special photographic effects, Fred Sersen; technical adviser, Robert Watson; sound, George Leverett, Harry M. Leonard.
Participant or Performer Note:
Starring Lon McCallister [David McAdam], Edmund Gwenn [Adam McAdam], Peggy Ann Garner [Maggie]. With Reginald Owen [James Moore], Charles Irwin [Long Kirby]. [Dave Thursby (Samuel Thornton); John Rogers (MacKenzie); Leyland Hodgson (Ferguson); Harry Allen (Tammas); Edgar Norton (parson); Norma Varden (Lady Eleanor); Jean Prescott (Mrs. Moore); Houseley Stevenson (MacIvor); Cyril Thornton (steward); James Finlayson (judge); George Kirby (doctor); C. Montague Shaw, George Melford, Charles Knight (judges). Bits: Collins Bain (bookie); Robert Cory, Eric Wilton, Robert Hale, Frank Baker (villagers); Al Ferguson (bailiff); Keith Hitchcock (constable); J. Farrell MacDonald (McPherson, innkeeper); Michael Sheridan (constable); Sally Shepherd (bit woman); Douglas Gerrard, George Matthews (villagers); Mae Marsh (flower vendor)].
Subject: Digital recordings.
Sheep dogs > Drama.
Scotland > Drama.
Genre: Animal films and programs.

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