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     MARC Display
    Reel baseball [videorecording] : baseball films from the silent era, 1899-1926.
    New York, N.Y. : Kino International, c2007.
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  • Description: 
    2 videodiscs (253 min) : sd., b&w. ; 4 3/4 in.
    Edition: 
    Standard format.
    Contents: 
    disc 1. Headin' home (1920, 73 min.) / Babe Ruth in ; presented by Kessel & Baumann ; produced by Yankee Photo Corp'n ; photographed by Ollie Leach ; titles by "Bugs" Baer ; original score by David Knudtson, performed on the Ted M. Larson Memorial Theatre Pipe Organ, Minnesota State University Moorhead ; print courtesy of Rusty Casselton and the Larson-Casselton Collection -- [Babe Ruth Kinogram] (undated, 1 min.) / distributed by Educational Pictures ; with Babe Ruth ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Dennis Atkinson -- His last game (1909, 12 min.) / Independent Moving Pictures Co. ; music composed and performed by David Drazin ; from the collection of The Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division -- The ball player and the bandit (1912, 12 min.) / Broncho Film Company ; directed by Francis Ford ; featuring Harold Lockwood ; music composed and performed by David Drazin ; from the collection of The Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division --
    disc 2. The busher (1919, 55 min.) / Charles Ray in ; a Thomas H. Ince production ; directed by Jerome Stern ; scenario, R. Cecil Smith ; story by Earle Snell ; with Colleen Moore, John Gilbert, Jay Morley, Otto Hoffman ; music composed and performed by David Drazin ; film element courtesy of Film Preservation Associates -- Casey at the bat or, The fate of a "rotten" umpire (fragment, 1899, 1 min.) / Thomas A. Edison Co. ; producer, James White ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Dennis Atkinson -- How the office boy saw the ball game (fragment, 1906, 5 min.) / Thomas A. Edison Co. ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Film Preservation Associates -- Hearts and diamonds (1914, 33 min.) / The Vitagraph Co. of America ; featuring John Bunny ; music composed and performed by Ben Model ; film element courtesy of Film Preservation Associates -- One touch of nature (excerpts, 1917, 18 min.) / The Thomas A. Edison Studios present ; by Peter B. Kyne ; featuring John J. McGraw ; music composed and performed by Ben Model, performed on the Miditzer virtual theatre organ ; from the collection of The Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division -- Felix saves the day (1922, 7 min.) / animated cartoon by Pat Sullivan ; music composed and performed by Ben Model, performed on the Miditzer virtual theatre organ ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films -- Casey at the bat (1922, 6 min.) / DeForest Phonofilms present ; featuring DeWolf Hopper ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films -- Butter fingers (1925, 16 min.) / Billy Bevan in ; with Andy Clyde & Ruth Taylor ; directed by Del Lord ; scenario by Jefferson Moffitt ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films -- Happy days (1926, 14 min.) / Weiss Bros. present ; distributed by Artclass Pictures ; with Ethelyn Gibson and Billy Butts ; directed by Arvid Gillstrom ; based on the comic strip Winnie Winkle the Breadwinner by Martin Branner ; titled by Al Martin ; produced by Billy West ; music composed and performed by Ben Model, performed on the Miditzer virtual theatre organ ; film element courtesy of Lobster Films.
    Summary: 
    A collection of films about baseball.
    Notes:: 
    Originally produced as 13 films between 1899-1926.
    Special feature (disc 1): essay by Rob Edelman.
    DVD, NTSC.
    Silent with musical accompaniment, except for Casey at the Bat (in English).
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