6 Copies of This Film
1) 1108.0002_F16
16mm film; 298 ft.; Silent; b&w
2) 1108.0002_F16
16mm film
3) 1108.0002_VHS
VHS
4) 1108.0002_BSP
BetaCamSP
5) 1108.0002_SVHS
6) nhf-1108_0002a 24fps HD Reel 2 PARTIAL-Uncompressed 10-bit.mov
0:01:32'10
[Archie Stewart--home movies] Reel 002
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Identifier
1108.0002
Date(s)
1940
Viewing Notes
NHF cataloguer's notes, 3/96 for Reel 2 Screening notes: Slate identifies as Feb, 1940. Experiments with new studio recorder. Sync sound generally good quality. Record player. Dr. Harold Snyder (urologist) in cardigan tells 'Confucius Says...' jokes. Archie Stewart, holding stop watch speaks in different tones, changing settings, to experiment with sound quality. Views out window of middle class neighborhood, behind house at 359 Grand Street, Newburgh, Forsythe Place. (music, Missouri Waltz). Ann sits splay-legged on loveseat reading diary of Christmas events. Father and daughter read Grand Street Gang News: Archie tells story about throwing bullets into fireplace, Mrs. Northrup's swollen wrist turned into 'romantic fever.' Ken Gilchrist, next door neighbor, digging cars, sidewalks out of heavy snow drifts from blizzard in residential neighborhood. Bob Armour, handyman for Stewarts. Otto Brown, Archie's partner, in front of his house. Emmett Decker in front of Broadway Garage. Gordon Setter dog frolics in snow, Patsey. Views of snowy Newburgh downtown streets. Mary on sofa throws ball for dog Patsey. Dog dressed in sweater seated beside girl on loveseat; she urges dog to give her a kiss. Girl gives treat to dog in exchange for tricks beg, shake hands, catch.
Genre(s)
Subject(s)
Children, Winter
Place(s)
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