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James Dean, legendary TV performances / directed by Matt Harlib, Sherwood Anderson, Don Medford, James Sheldon.

Harlib, Matt, director. (Added Author). Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941 director. (Added Author). Medord, Don, director. (Added Author). Sheldon, James, director. (Added Author). Dean, James, 1931-1955 cast. (Added Author). Wood, Natalie, cast. (Added Author). Lockart, Gene, cast. (Added Author). Andrews, Tige, cast. (Added Author). Castillo, Gloria, 1935- cast. (Added Author). Palmer, Betsy, cast. (Added Author).
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Jennings Co PL - North Vernon DVD DRAMA JAMES 1951-1954 (Text) 30653003384088 Adult Drama dvd Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (2 hrs. 33 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Edition: Full screen format (aspect ratio 4 x 3)
  • Publisher: Narbeth, Pa. : Alpha Home Entertainment, c2007, c1951-4

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General Note: Four performances originally broadcast on television from 1951-1954.
Formatted Contents Note: Sentence of death (1953) -- Hill number one (1951) -- I'm a fool (1954) -- The bells of Cockaigne (1953).
Participant or Performer Note: CAST : James Dean, Natalie Wood, Gene Lockart, Tige Andrews, Gloria Castillo.
Summary, etc.: SENTENCE OF DEATH : Ex-con Joe Palika is charged for a drugstore killing and the only things that might save him are the testimony of a rich girl and the professional doubts of the police -- HILL NUMBER ONE : During a pause in the taking of Hill 46, war weary soldiers huddle around the chaplain's jeep on Easter morning to hear a tale of sacrifice, in which Dean is cast as John the Apostle in a re-creation of the terrible days between the crucifixion and the resurrection -- I'M A FOOL : Originally presented as a posthumous tribute to dean about a poor stable goom who falls for a rich ingénue -- THE BELLS OF COCKAIGNE : Joey, a poverty stricken young dockworker with a sick child finds his life changed by a selfless sacrifice from a kindly old Irishman.
Language Note: English.
Subject: Dean, James, 1931-1955 > Television roles.
Television programs.

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