James Dean : the lost television legacy / Screen Icons IV ; episode introductions by Dean's cousin, Marcus Winslow, Jr.
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|Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library||DVD JAMES (3 DISCS) (DRAMA) (Text)||39206021238652||Audiovisual - DVD||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 3 videodiscs (768 min.) : sound, color, black & white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 commemorative booklet (20 pages ; illustrations ; 17 cm)
- Publisher: [United States] : Screen Icons IV., 
Bonus material: the documentary "Fairmount Today", exploring Dean's hometown in Indiana. ; 3 photo galleries from world famous photographers Roy Schatt, Frank Worth and Sanford Roth ; a video demonstration illustrating the restoration and preservation process.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Disc 1. Original Commercials (3 min.) -- Family Theater: Hill number one, 1951 (58 min.) -- Trouble with Father: Jackie knows all, 1952 (26 min.) -- Westinghouse Studio One: 10,000 horse singing, 1952 (55 min.) -- Lux Video theater: the foggy, foggy dew (excerpt), 1952 (3 min.) -- Westinghouse Studio One: John Drinkwater's Abraham Lincoln, 1952 (53 min.) -- Hallmark Hall of Fame: Forgotten children: a historical biography, 1952 (28 min.) -- Kate Smith Hour: the hound of heaven, 1953 (13 min.) -- Campbell Soundstage: something for an empty briefcase, 1953 (27 min.).
Disc 2. Westinghouse Studio One Summer Theater: sentence of death, 1953 (54 min.) -- Danger: death is my neighbor, 1953 (27 min.) -- Big Story : Rex Newman, 1953 (27 min.) -- Kraft television theatre: keep our honor bright , 1953 (54 min.) -- Campbell Soundstage: life sentence (excerpt), 1953 (8 min.) -- Kraft television theatre: a long time till dawn, 1953 (55 min.) -- Armstrong's Circle Theater: the bells of cockaigne, 1953 (27 min.).
Disc 3. Robert Montgomery Presents: harvest, 1953 (55 min.) -- Philco Television Playhouse: Run like a thief, 1954 (53 min.) -- Danger: Padlocks, 1954 (27 min.) -- General Electric Theater: Sherwood Anderson's I'am a fool, 1954 (25 min.) -- General Electric Theater: The dark, dark hour, 1954 (26 min.) -- United States Steel hour : the thief , 1954 (51 min.).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
James Dean, Natalie Wood, Diana Lynn, John Forsythe, Kurt Kasznar, Stuart Erwin, Dorothy Gish, Ed Begley, Ruth Hussey, John Carradine, Gene Lockhart, Betsy Palmer, Constance Ford.
Before East Of Eden (1955), Rebel Without A Cause (1955) and Giant (1956) turned James Dean into an international icon, he honed his craft on television, appearing on such shows as Studio One, Lux Video Theater and Hallmark Hall of Fame--many broadcast live and thought to be lost. This is the most complete collection to date of Dean's television legacy featuring 19 full episodes, 2 original commercials and 2 clips featuring Dean, all meticulously re-mastered for picture and sound quality from the best available sources.
|Target Audience Note:||
MPAA rating: not rated.
|System Details Note:||
DVD; region 1; NTSC; widescreen; Dolby digital 5.1 surround.
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