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Thu Feb 12 22:14:00 2015 UTClccn-no970058420.0020th Century-Fox præsenterer Knock-out i Carson City : (City of bad men)0.191.00[Broadway hails new Loew's State, New York City. Hearst vault material, HVMc5235r1, 47008]56795763Jeanne_Crainno 970058424258103lccn-no96013286Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Incpbldstlccn-n78089065Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporationprdprolccn-n91036885Haymes, Dickprfactvoclccn-n87911812Lang, Walter1898-1972drtautlccn-n81108585Andrews, Dana1909-1992vocactlccn-n80098354Loy, Myrna1905-1993prfactlccn-n84016613Gilbreth, Frank B.(Frank Bunker)1911-antlccn-n50020012Hammerstein, OscarII1895-1960sceauslbtlyrlccn-n86138595Perlberg, William1899-1969prolccn-n87911956Darnell, Linda1923-1965cstprfactCrain, JeanneDramaFilm adaptationsFilm and video adaptationsFictionPictorial worksJuvenile worksHistoryComedy filmsFamiliesIllinois--ChicagoFather and childIowaMan-woman relationshipsAgricultural exhibitionsCountry lifeUnited StatesFamily sizeAdulteryJealousyPassing (Identity)Race relationsAfrican Americans--Race identityMarried peopleMississippiLettersWidowsRacially mixed peopleFilm adaptationsMusicalsTeenagersFairsMusicals--Excerpts--Vocal scores with pianoRevues--Excerpts--Vocal scores with pianoMedical careRacismAfrican Americans--Civil rightsAfrican AmericansTexasMarried womenEstates (Law)ArtistsNew York (State)--New YorkDeathTrampsMissing personsOcean travelNewlywedsHoneymoonsPopular musicCowboysPregnant womenHolistic medicineIowa State FairOklahomaMurder--InvestigationDesertsHot rodsCalifornia1925200319291944194519461948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119631968196919731975197719801983198419851987198819901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320148554170393791.4372PN1997.2ocn054436981ocn063120932ocn030981342ocn028085089ocn183716976ocn681928332ocn639236847ocn858692542ocn011810998ocn030532956ocn044013379ocn054661412ocn839315813ocn839333931ocn742890537ocn839376259ocn420073456ocn742925282ocn420643775ocn839337348ocn007899752ocn643590081ocn225650266ocn220163813ocn220336829ocn801277457ocn876797010ocn44996423797538ocn062744269visu19450.19Crain, JeanneState fairJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsA small-town family travels to the State Fair. The father is looking for a blue ribbon for his prize hog, Blue Boy, mom is looking for glory in her cooking, and the kids are looking for love93225ocn057300248visu19490.19Mankiewicz, Joseph LA letter to three wivesDramaFilm adaptationsSlice of Americana about three women on a group vacation receiving a letter from a flirt who has run off with one of their husbands- but who leaves the wives guessing as to whose husband has been stolen92111ocn044013379visu19900.19Rodgers, RichardRodgers and Hammerstein's State fairDramaEach member of the Frake family seeks a different prize when they attend the Iowa State Fair84425ocn057300247visu19450.20Stahl, John MLeave her to heavenDramaFilm adaptationsAn extremely possessive woman will do whatever it takes to keep her husband all to herself, even murder82618ocn063120932visu19490.26Kazan, EliaPinkyHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsA racially mixed woman working as a nurse in Boston finds she can pass as White, but leaves her fiance afraid that her true heritage will be discovered. Back at home in Mississippi, she is named heiress of an estate that her family has worked for, touching off a heated situation among the locals amidst a trial+-+49903484253248257ocn054679399visu19940.16Lang, WalterCheaper by the dozenFictionDramaReminiscences of the Gilbreth family and their life as a family with 12 children52210ocn054664721visu19520.15Belles on their toesDramaFilm adaptationsIn this sequel to Cheaper By The Dozen, Ann Gilbreth is forced to take over as the primary breadwinner after the death of her husband, but she soon discovers that not every company who hired her and her husband is eager to work with her on her own51812ocn054436981visu19510.18Mankiewicz, Joseph LPeople will talkDramaFilm adaptationsSuccessful and well-liked, Dr. Noah Praetorius becomes the victim of a witchhunt at the hands of Professor Elwell, who disdains Praetorius's unorthodox medical views and also questions his relations with Mr. Shunderson4024ocn054664733visu19500.13Duff, HilaryCheaper by the dozenFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsComedy filmsFilm adaptationsSet in the early 20th century, this classic family comedy follows the efforts of a husband and wife as they try to maintain control in a home with 12 children2231ocn076804428visu20060.19O. Henry's full houseDramaJohn Steinbeck introduces dramatizations of five of O. Henry's short stories2012ocn183716976visu20080.19Dangerous crossingDramaRuth Bowman is a new bride glowing with delight as she and her charming new husband, John, set sail on the SS Monrovia for a transatlantic honeymoon. But when John inexplicably vanishes, Ruth discovers that no one on the ship has any record of his existence. As she slips into hysteria, Ruth has to prove that her marriage and John's existence is not just her own delusion. The ship's physician, Dr. Paul Manning, might be the only person on board who can save Ruth from a terrifying predicament1232ocn068967947visu19530.20VickiDramaWhen cover girl Vicki Lynn is murdered, driven detective Ed Cornell investigates as flashbacks chronicle her rise to the top1216ocn080016552visu20000.24The Rodgers & Hammerstein collectionDramaFilm adaptationsThe sound of music: A young woman named Maria is uncertain about her decision to enter a religious order. While deciding what to do, she becomes the governess of the seven Von Trapp children who live with their widowed father, a former captain of the Austrian navy11110ocn502162110visu19880.18Rouse, RussellThe fastest gun aliveDramaGunman George and his wife Dora are trying to live a peaceful life. But George's gunslinging ways are legendary - and attract the attention of other gunmen who feel up for a challenge+-+2048737425324973ocn123378022visu19990.19Hot rods to hellDramaA father takes action when his family driving through the California desert heading to run a new motel is chased by a delinquent gang863ocn123378042visu19930.20SkyjackedDramaFilm adaptationsA Minneapolis-bound commercial air flight is hijacked to Russia by a deranged war vet. All that stands between the terrified passengers and doom is the steely resolve of Captain Hank O'Hara7610ocn011810998visu19850.22Vidor, KingMan without a starDramaFilm adaptationsA wandering cowboy becomes caught up in a bloody range war when he helps a town fight against a ranch owner who owns vast herds of cattle561ocn639236847visu20080.14Carousel Oklahoma! ; State FairDramaState fair: Each member of the Rake family seeks a different goal when they attend the Iowa State Fair463ocn029697126rcrd19920.33Rodgers, RichardState fair442ocn243622542visu20030.11Cheaper by the dozen (1950)DramaFilm adaptationsCheaper by The Dozen (1950) and Cheaper by The Dozen (2003) - A colorful depiction of life in a family of 12 children621ocn005073115book19450.35Stong, PhilState fairFictionPictorial worksEach member of the Frake family attends the fair with a purpose. Father Abel Frake, farmer and stock breeder, wants his Hampshire boar "Blue Boy" to win the sweepstakes. Abel's wife Melissa wants to win blue ribbons for her pickles. Son Wayne wants revenge at the hoopla stand, a carnival game in which prizes are won by tossing rings. And daughter Margy wants some fun. Wayne and Margy are also looking for romantic adventures.--R.A. McCowan211ocn416447036score19450.37Rodgers, RichardThat's for mePortraitsMusic211ocn018882257score19460.31Kern, JeromeAll through the day : from the 20th Century-Fox picture Centennial summer111ocn024155665score19450.30Rodgers, RichardIt's a grand night for singingPortraits111ocn015561017score19570.37Van Heusen, JimmyAll the wayPortraitsPictorial works81ocn004163046book19770.26Booker, PhilJeanne Crain, the beautiful dreamerBiography71ocn038099607score19290.33Waller, FatsAin't misbehavin' : the new Fats Waller musical showPortraitsMusicPictorial worksComposition du big band : Solo vocal (subst. solo saxophone ténor), 2 saxophones alto, 2 saxophones ténor, 1 saxophone bariton, 4 trompettes, 4 trombones, piano, guitare, basse, percussionniste11ocn024936719visu1.00Nina Mae McKinney portrait collectionPortraits of actress Nina Mae McKinney. Collection includes stills of McKinney with Jeanne Crain in "Pinky," with Paul Robeson and Joan Gardner in "Sanders of the River," and beside a car with Mrs. Mills of the Mills Brothers. Full, half and quarter length portraits are included11ocn080048324book195320th Century-Fox præsenterer Knock-out i Carson City : (City of bad men)Drama11ocn423606789visu1.00Crain, JeanneJeanne Crain collection of home movies and other materialsArchivesThis collection consists of home movies, feature films, shorts distributed for the home market, television shows and commercials, and audio tape reels. Approximately half of the collection consists of 16 mm. Kodachrome home movies that feature Crain in both her professional and personal life. The majority feature Crain with family and friends, with most of the footage focused on baptisms, graduations, and children's birthday parties. Locales as diverse as South Africa, France, Japan, Egypt, Iran, Hawaii, Italy, Jerusalem and Brazil can be seen in the home movies, including footage shot in Africa while Crain was on location for Duel in the jungle (1954). There is behind-the-scenes footage of her films including Apartment for Peggy (1948), A letter to three wives (1949), Gentlemen marry brunettes (1955) and Nefertiti, queen of the Nile (1961). Celebrities featured include Robert Cummings, Van Johnson, Ann Miller, Walter Pidgeon, Ann Sothern, Linda Darnell, Ann Blyth, Alan Young, Jane Russell, Rudy Vallée and a brief shot of director Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The 16 mm. feature films, which are in the early stages of safety deterioration due to mold, vinegar syndrome or stickiness, include Merrily we live (1938), Margie (1946), Hell town (1937), Desert gold (1936), Bad men of Arizona (1936), Man of the forest (1933), and State fair (1949). Of these feature films only State fair (1949) and Margie (1946) pertain specifically to Crain's career. A number of the 16 mm. shorts feature Mickey Mouse and Woody Woodpecker and were distributed for the home market by Castle Films. These shorts were most likely purchased by Crain for her children during the 1950s. Television programs from the 1950s include episodes from The Howdy Doody show, The Eve Arden show and The Cisco Kid, plus a number of DeSoto commercials created between 1957 and 1958 in which Crain appears by herself or with other celebrities such as Groucho Marx and Gordon McRae. The collection also consists of two 35 mm. safety prints, one contains a reel of excerpts that is likely from the feature film Clay (1965) and the other is an untitled sequence highlighting a fire in the California desert. Content of the nine 1/4 in. audio tape reels is not known11ocn024936388visu1.00Frederick O'Neal portrait collectionViews of stage and film actor Frederick O'Neal approximately dated between 1945 and 1989. Besides many individual portraits (publicity stills), O'Neal is seen in group portraits broadcasting radio dramas, in motion picture stills from the film Pinky, speaking at public events, dining out, with other actors during a Negro Actors Guild dance, shaking hands with President Lyndon Johnson and standing next to a bust of Paul Robeson at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Individuals identified in group portraits are Phil Moore, Jeanne Crain, Lloyd E. Dickens, William L. Pfeiffer, Charles Gordon, Alberta Pryme, Claude Hopkins, Evelyn Davis, Phillip Dakin, Charlotte O'Neal, Hilda Simms, Willitta Payne and Reverend W.S. Mills. Half, three-quarter and full-length views are available11ocn244111908book19530.47Motion picture and television magazine, May, 195311ocn422719276visu19591.00[Broadway hails new Loew's State, New York City. Hearst vault material, HVMc5235r1, 47008]Includes footage of Arthur Miller11ocn270957657visu0.10[Jeanne Crain]Portraits11ocn680071130score19570.47Skinner, FrankRemember when :Portraits11ocn898747085visu19570.10Hyde, AlanDefinitely not on the program--Kirk klobbers KenPhotograph caption dated November 3, 1957 reads, "As Kirk Douglas became the 137th film star to put footprints and handprints in concrete at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood Thursday night, Ken Murray was on hand to take more of his 'home movies.' He was also on hand to receive a little concrete on the kisser. Much to his surprise and to the amusement of the large crowd assembled, Douglas suddenly plucked his hands from the wet concrete and smeared the comic's cheeks. George Jessel emceed the gala affair; that's actress Jeanne Crain next to Douglas."11ocn863566413visu19630.10Jeanne Crain and husbandPhotograph caption dated June 8, 1963 reads, "Actress Jean [sic] Crain and her husband, Paul Brinkman, mingle with socialites and dignitaries. Long dresses outnumbered short ones."11ocn888071614mix1.00Woodward, StanleyStanley Woodward papersSeventeen diaries contain relatively detailed daily entries describing Woodward's art-related activities, experiences during World War II, and various travels, including a trip to Los Angeles to be a house guest of Bette Davis and visit her on the set of the motion picture Elizabeth and Essex. The 1905 diary contains photographs of Woodward's school friends11ocn863566362visu19580.10Cinemiracle makes debut in theaterPictured are actress Jeanne Crain and husband Paul Brinkman, at the Windjammer film premiere, which was held at the Chinese Theatre. Miss Cinemiracle, Merlene Morrow, is in the background at left. Photograph dated April 10, 1958+-+4990348425324+-+4990348425324Fri Feb 13 11:00:34 EST 2015batch30458