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Date produced: 1949

Filmmaker(s):

Oscar H. Horovitz

Languages:

English

Length:

350 ft

Format:

16mm

Colour:

Kodachrome

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1950 - Honorable Mention

Description:

"Oscar Horowitz, of Newton, Mass., has taken the theme of Plymouth and developed it into the Movie of the Month. Opening with scenes of modern Plymouth we are reminded of the growth and prosperity that is our heritage. And this month, November, as the nation prepares to again celebrate Thanksgiving, Home Movies Magazine salutes Mr. Horovitz for producing a film that should remind one and all of the unrestricted freedom and opportunities that exist within our borders." Home Movies, Nov. 1950, 460.

Resources:

The film was "Movie of the Month" in Home Movies for November of 1950. The film receives a feature in Home Movies (Nov. 1950, 460).

Locations:

  • Plymouth, Massachusetts (Filming)

Relevant Locations

Club Affiliation:

Boston Camera Club

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Screenings:

  • Screened by the Washington Society of Cinematographers in 1953, Washington, D.C.
  • Screened at the Interior Department Auditorium in 1955, Washington, D.C.

Screenings Map


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