Hemingway, grace under pressure

A film biography of the man who single-handedly forged the modern novel. Shows the relationship between Hemingway's life and works, and evaluates both. Contains old photographs, newsreel footage, and clips from the big Hemingway features. Takes the viewer to the neighborhood where Hemingway was...

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Corporate Authors: London Weekend Television, ltd
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Format: Movie VHS
Language:English
Published:Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities, c1978
Series:[American literature on video]
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Summary:A film biography of the man who single-handedly forged the modern novel. Shows the relationship between Hemingway's life and works, and evaluates both. Contains old photographs, newsreel footage, and clips from the big Hemingway features. Takes the viewer to the neighborhood where Hemingway was born and grew up, to his home, school, and church, to Chicago, Kansas City, Paris, Pamplona, Venice, East Africa, London, Key West, Cuba, and finally, Idaho
General Notes:Title split: "Hemingway" appears in beginning credits, "grace under pressure" in end credits
Title on cassette label and container: Ernest Hemingway : grace under pressure
"FFH 180"--Cassette container
Physical Description:1 videocassette (55 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in
Credits:Camera, Mike Humphreys; rostrum camera, Ken Morse; VTR editor, Graham Roberts; editor, Luke Jeans; voice of Ernest Hemingway, Don Fellows
Performer:Anthony Burgess
System Details:VHS
Production Credits:Camera, Mike Humphreys; rostrum camera, Ken Morse; VTR editor, Graham Roberts; editor, Luke Jeans; voice of Ernest Hemingway, Don Fellows