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Thu Oct 16 17:59:35 2014 UTClccn-n852739920.00Jesse L. Lasky letter to Carol Ohmart,0.251.00[Members of the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation: left to right: Jesse L. Lasky, Adolph Zukor, Samuel Goldwyn, Cecil B. DeMlle and Al Kaufman]9981348Jesse_L._Laskyn 852739925295562259926Lasky, Jesse 1880-1958Lasky, Jesse L 1880-1958lccn-n79116412Cooper, Gary1901-1961actlccn-n79055404Paramount Pictures Corporationprodrtlccn-n86041216Zukor, Adolph1873-1976prolccn-n50036414Hawks, Howard1896-1977drtlccn-n50028315Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967)lccn-n84048479York, Alvin Cullum1887-1964lccn-n80046148Wallis, Hal B.1899-1986prolccn-no93035775Leslie, Joan1925-ausactlccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n85138160MacPherson, Jeanie-1946ausLasky, Jesse L.1880-1958DramaFilm adaptationsHistoryTelevision adaptationsPictorial worksCriticism, interpretation, etcParodies, imitations, etcFictionCrime filmsSilent filmsOperasMoses--(Biblical leader)Ten commandmentsWorld War (1914-1918)Man-woman relationshipsFranceYork, Alvin Cullum,Exodus, TheCarmen (Fictitious character)Bible.--Old TestamentSpainIsraelites crossing the Red Sea (Biblical event)CourageArgonne, Battle of the (France : 1918)ExplorersCollege presidentsPresidentsNew York (State)--New YorkBalletsFighter pilotsAir warfareCriminalsJewsBullfightersRomaniesBibleMérimée, Prosper,WaterfrontsSaunders, John Monk,SaharaArabsUnited StatesKidnappingGangstersTravelMotion picturesMiddle EastBakhtiari (Iranian people)Illinois--ChicagoCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodSoviet UnionTriangles (Interpersonal relations)FlamencoBullfightsFlamenco dancersMarx BrothersBurlesque (Theater)Mothers and daughtersOrphansStreet children188019581908191019111912191319141915191719181919192019221923192519261927192819291930193319341935193619371940194119421944194619481953195519561957195819691971197319751982198319841985198619871989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201410454190370791.4372PN1997ocn071681321ocn762864994ocn054025729ocn045032453ocn212023541ocn657134637ocn657134650ocn657134632ocn025933238ocn077643242ocn434096758ocn609852511ocn498482516ocn019616533ocn498655295ocn498484213ocn655778486ocn655778517ocn665193403ocn809844085ocn690665271ocn827294821ocn044630578ocn464282503171424ocn071681321visu19410.21Hawks, HowardSergeant YorkDramaFilm adaptationsStory of a boy drafted into the military who begins his career as a pacifist and then soon sees the justification for fighting+-+4583834696324104510ocn064668011visu19560.19DeMille, Cecil BThe ten commandmentsHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptations1956 version: To escape the edict that condemed all first-born Hebrew males, Egypt's Pharoah, Rameses I, the infant Moses is set adrift on the Nile in a reed basket. Saved by the pharaoh's daughter Bithiah, he is adopted by her and brought up in the court of her brother, Pharaoh Seti. Moses gains Seti's favor and the love of the throne princess Nefertiri. He also gains the hatred of Seti's son, Rameses. When his Hebrew heritage is revealed, Moses is cast out of Egypt, and makes his way across the desert where he marries, has a son and is commanded by God to return to Egypt to free the Hebrews from slavery+-+181362069696611ocn762864994visu19270.23Wellman, William AWingsFictionDramaFilm adaptationsTwo young men, one rich, one middle class, are in love with the same woman, but must leave her behind when they become fighter pilots in World War I. Includes three featurettes7811ocn056091609visu20040.22The Marx BrothersDramaMonkey business: While stowing away on a ship to America, the boys get involuntarily pressed into service as toughs for a pair of feuding gangsters71215ocn050446626visu19920.25Film Preservation AssociatesThe Sheik Son of the SheikDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe son of the Sheik: Valentino plays a dual role of father and son in this story of the young Ahmed, who falls in love with Yasmin, a dancing girl, but is then captured and tortured by renegades3567ocn045032453visu19910.50Grass a nation's battle for lifeHistoryA documentary in which Merian C. Cooper, Ernest Schoedsack, and Marguerite Harrison travel through Asia Minor and Iraq to reach a tribe of nomads in Iran known as the Bakhtyari. They follow the tribe on its forty-eight day trek across deserts, streams, and mountains to reach pasture for their flocks. These three people were the first Westerners to cross the Zardeh Kuh Pass and the first to make this migration with the tribes29710ocn048189096visu19220.27Niblo, FredBlood & sandFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsJuan (Rudolph Valentino), the son of a poor widow in Seville, goes against his mother's wishes and pursues a career as a matador. He rapidly gains national prominence, marries his childhood sweetheart Carmen and begins bullfighting in the finest venues. Juan's increased popularity brings him to the attention of the Marquis' daughter Dona Sol, and he falls in love with her. A bullfighting accident causes him to return home to recuperate under the tender care of his loving wife. When Juan is recovered and returns to the ring for the first time after his accident, a momentary distraction may spell ruin for the handsome matador2788ocn054025729visu19290.29Mamoulian, RoubenApplauseInterviewsDramaA backstage musical that tells the story of Kitty Darling, a fading burlesque star who tries to save her convent-educated daughter April from following in Mom's footsteps2544ocn001088303book19570.33Lasky, Jesse LI blow my own hornHistory2121ocn656605704visu20100.333 silent classics by Josef von SternbergHistoryFictionDrama"Vienna-born, New York-raised Josef von Sternberg directed some of the most influential, stylish dramas ever to come out of Hollywood. Though best known for his star-making collaborations with Marlene Dietrich, von Sternberg began his career during the final years of the silent era, dazzling audiences and critics with his film's dark visions and innovative cinematography. The titles in this collection, made on the cusp of the sound age, are three of von Sternberg's greatest works, gritty evocations of gangster life (Underworld), the Russian Revolution (The Last Command), and working-class desperation (The Docks of New York) made into shadowy movie spectacle. Criterion is proud to present these long unavailable classics of American cinema, each with two musical scores."--Container2082ocn212023541visu20070.30The love paradeDramaThe queen of mythical Sylvania marries a courtier, who finds his new life unsatisfying1974ocn024329078visu19910.23Rhapsody in blue the story of George GershwinDramaA fictionalized version of the life and career of American composer George Gershwin1924ocn657134650visu19960.35Von Sternberg, JosefUnderworldDramaFilm adaptationsA gangster's jealous nature toward his girlfriend gets him in trouble, first with a rival gang, then with the cops1782ocn045081232visu19990.24Brenon, HerbertPeter PanDramaFilm adaptations"Betty Bronson stars as Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, who charms Wendy and her brothers to fly with him to Never Never Land. On this island of dreams and magic, they struggle to rescue the Lost Boys from Captain Hook and his band of pirates, encountering along the way the delightful fairy Tinkerbell, a man-eating crocodile, and a band of valiant Indians"--Container1572ocn657134632visu19280.33Von Sternberg, JosefThe docks of New YorkDramaFilm adaptationsRoughneck stoker Bill Roberts gets into all sorts of trouble during a brief shore leave when he falls hard for Mae, a wise and weary dance-hall girl1561ocn657134637visu20100.29Von Sternberg, JosefThe last commandHistoryFictionDramaAn exiled Russian general turned Hollywood extra lands a role playing a version of his former czarist self, bringing about his emotional downfall1542ocn048983582visu20010.25World War I films of the silent eraHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaThese four short films show essential news and propaganda functions of the movies during the Great War of 1914-1918. In those days before television and radio, fiction films in movie theaters were the most widely shared public experience while news films presented the most detailed and potent images of military life and front line action. Some news films were faked but some was authentic, obtained at great risk by daredevil combat cameramen. The fourth film is a 1975 compilation of early footage1535ocn046697803visu19150.29Bizet, GeorgesCarmenHistoryMusical settingsParodies, imitations, etcDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsOpera films[Carmen] A beautiful gypsy girl uses her irresistible charms to seduce a faithful military guard so that a band of smugglers can penetrate his stronghold1482ocn050865456visu20010.29Walsh, RaoulRegenerationPictorial worksDramaGangster filmsSilent filmsCrime filmsFilm adaptations[1st work] Regeneration follows the rise of a child of the slums from impoverished orphan at age ten to successful Bowery hoodlum at twenty-five. On the vice-ridden streets of New York, however, he rediscovers his forgotten innocence through the encouragement of Mamie Rose, the proprietress of a downtown mission, but must resist the influences of his colleagues to whom he is bound by criminal codes of honor. [2nd work] A shopgirl reads a romance serial about a young man masquerading as a duke and decides to use her savings to spend a week pretending to be wealthy1455ocn062392188visu20050.22Don't change your husbandDramaThe golden chance: Mary, married to an alcoholic and now reduced to poverty, meets a millionaire and may have a chance for a future with him11ocn632356680file19941.00Lasky, BettyBetty LaskyInterviewsRaw footage of an interview with Betty Lasky taped in 1994 for Turner Classic Movies. Betty Lasky talks about RKO and Film Noir; Howard Hughes's efforts to get his banned movie, The outlaw, released; Dorothy Arsner, the only woman director working in Hollywood at the time; Harriet Parsons, a woman producer at TKO; and Jessie Lasky, Betty's father and a Hollywood director11ocn503006438art19950.10Quigley, MartinLasky, Jesse L.: Executive, ProducerBiography Dictionaries11ocn039788549visu1.00Photographs of Jesse L. Lasky and associatesPortraits of motion picture producer Jesse L. Lasky, and photographs of Lasky with family and business associates, including Richard Arlen, Charles Boyer, Leo Carrillo, Irvin S. Cobb, Edouard Corniglion-Molinier, Cecil B. DeMille, Ralph Edwards, Lillian Harvey, Ben Hecht, William K. Howard, Rex Ingram, Jesse L. Lasky, Jr., Roland V. Lee, Mervyn LeRoy, Charles MacArthur, Walter MacEwen, Mary Pickford, Gene Raymond, Buddy Rogers, Gale Storm, Preston Sturges, Walter Wanger, Jack Warner, and Loretta Young. Also a copy photograph of a caricature of Lasky by Enrico Caruso11ocn423388027visu19571.00This is your lifeBiographyPioneer film producer Lasky is honored on the occasion of the publication of his autobiography, I blow my own horn. Edwards calls him a "dreamer who made motion pictures a world which changed our homes, our possessions and our very behavior" and the show will "recreate in flesh and blood the great hours of a life that has warmed the world with its magic qualities." Guesting are: Doubleday managing editor, Walter Bradbury; boyhood friend, Jay McCabe; wife, Bessie; Cecil B. DeMille (on film); Adolph Zukor (in New York City); Mervyn LeRoy; Walter Wanger; Charles (Buddy) Rogers; Richard Arlen; children, Jesse Lasky Jr., William (Bill) Lasky, and Betty Lasky. In the audience are Gale Storm and Linda Darnell. The show was rebroadcast on October 30, 1957 because for the first time in This is your life history, a subject was lost on the very day of the show due to illness. The June 12th show is run almost in its entirety, except for the end. At the conclusion, Lasky and wife Bessie come out live and relate what has happened to them since June11ocn557619714visu19560.10DeMille barn becomes California Historic LandmarkPhotograph caption dated December 29, 1956 reads, "DeMille 'Barn' Becomes Cal. Landmark -- Samuel Goldwyn, C.B. DeMille, Jesse Lasky and Leo Carrillo."11ocn102436323visu1.00[Members of the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation: left to right: Jesse L. Lasky, Adolph Zukor, Samuel Goldwyn, Cecil B. DeMlle and Al Kaufman]11ocn801267495fileLasky, Jesse LJesse L. Lasky visitors' bookArchivesThe Jesse L. Lasky visitors' book spans the years 1917-1921. In addition to guest entries there are line drawings by Leo Carrillo, Rex Ingram, and Jesse L. Lasky Jr11ocn122504240mix19581.00DeMille, Cecil BHollywood, CAConcerning Jesse Lasky's death11ocn079360954book19711.00Cooper, Merian CInterviewOral interviews with Cooper and Schoedsack together, and Cooper alone, about their early careers. Including following topics: filming of "Grass" with Marguerite Harrison Blake, "Chang" and "The Four Feathers" for Jesse Lasky. Explorations of Ethiopia, Persia (Iran), and Siam (Thailand), meeting with Haile Selassie. Cooper's experiences in prison in Russia during the Russo-Polish War with Claire Chennault11ocn051151681visu19551.00[Adolph Zukor (left) and Jesse Lasky at a construction site (Hollywood studio?), holding blueprints]11ocn034402124visu19851.00The De Mille dynasty a brief history of the life and times of Henry C. De Mille, William C. De Mille, Cecil B. De Mille, Agnes George De MilleVideotape made in conjunction with the exhibition The De Mille Dynasty, presented at The New York Public Library in 1984. Documentary on the De Mille family's distinguished contributions to theater, film, literature, and dance, illustrated by still photographs. The discussion begins with Henry C. De Mille, founder of the dynasty, and extends through his wife Beatrice, a champion of women's theater; his sons William and Cecil, noted for their achievements in theater and film; and William's daughter Agnes, who broke new ground as a choreographer. Also included in the program are the family's associates David Belasco and Jesse L. Lasky, founder of Paramount Pictures11ocn078716967book19711.00[Arthur L. Mayer]Biography11ocn422749499visu19531.00[Adolph Zukor honored on 80th birthday! Hollywood, California. Hearst vault material, HVMc3338r3, D24683]"All of Hollywood joins in saluting the number one pioneer of the film industry"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of Rosemary Clooney, the Palladium, Paramount Studios11ocn423388028visu19571.00This is your lifeBiographyPioneer film producer Lasky is honored on the occasion of the publication of his autobiography, I blow my own horn. Edwards calls him a "dreamer who made motion pictures a world which changed our homes, our possessions and our very behavior" and the show will "recreate in flesh and blood the great hours of a life that has warmed the world with its magic qualities." Guesting are: Doubleday managing editor, Walter Bradbury; boyhood friend, Jay McCabe; wife, Bessie; Cecil B. DeMille (on film); Adolph Zukor (in New York City); Mervyn LeRoy; Walter Wanger; Charles (Buddy) Rogers; Richard Arlen; children, Jesse Lasky Jr., William (Bill) Lasky, and Betty Lasky. In the audience are Gale Storm and Linda Darnell11ocn801288895mix1955Lasky, Jesse LJesse L. Lasky letter to Carol OhmartArchivesThe Jesse L. Lasky letter to Carol Ohmart is from 1955. The typewritten letter thanks Ohmart for her help in handing out awards at the George Eastman House Film Festival11ocn071014458file1.00Lindsey, Ben BBen B. Lindsey papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Jane Addams, Joseph P. Annin, Newton Diehl Baker, Roger N. Baldwin, Albert Jeremiah Beveridge, Edward William Bok, Louis Dembitz Brandeis, Henry Augustus Buchtel, Luther Burbank, Carrie Chapman Catt, James H. Causey, John Cavanaugh, Edward Prentiss Costigan, George Creel, Clarence Darrow, Stephen T. Early, Thomas A. Edison, Havelock Ellis, Robert Erskine Ely, Wainwright Evans, Harriet Ford, Henry Ford, Louis M. Howe, Charles Evans Hughes, Harold L. Ickes, Hiram Johnson, Tom Loftin Johnson, John Harvey Kellogg, Robert M. La Follette, Jesse L. Lasky, Walter Lippmann, Julian W. Mack, W.G. McAdoo, S.S. McClure, Jesse F. McDonald, H.H. McIntyre, Justin Miller, Henry Morgenthau, Harvey Jerrold O'Higgins, Culbert Levy Olson, Thomas McDonald Patterson, Drew Pearson, George W. Perkins, James H. Pershing, Amos Pinchot, Gifford Pinchot, Donald R. Richberg, Jacob A. Riis, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Sol A. Rosenblatt, Bertrand Russell, Margaret Sanger, Hannah Kent Schoff, John F. Shafroth, Morrison Shafroth, Upton Sinclair, Lincoln Steffens, Lyman Beecher Stowe, William H. Taft, R.D. Thompson, Earl Warren, James E. West, William Allen White, Brand Whitlock, Woodrow Wilson, and Stephen S. Wise11ocn873952201visu1941World War hero sees story of his heroism in movieSergeant York arrives at the premiere of the movie "Sergeant York."11ocn801287079file1958Memorial service program for Jesse L. LaskyArchivesThe Memorial service program for Jesse L. Lasky is from 1958. The program was for Lasky's memorial service at Hollywood Cemetery and lists the order of program and honorary pallbearers11ocn056417413art1999Lasky, Jesse LouisBiography11ocn647809948mix1.00O'Neill, EugenePapers of Eugene O'NeillIn a memorandum, 1929 April 20, Murphy outlines his plans for a movie of "The Emperor Jones" and the use of new sound devices to enhance the production+-+4583834696324+-+4583834696324Thu Oct 16 15:45:48 EDT 2014batch34434