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Broken blossoms or the yellow man and the girl [videorecording]
DVDs DVDs | Kino on Video | c2002
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Location Call No. Volume Status Note
Adult DVD-Feature Film DVD B DRAMA (NFR) DUE 08-31-15

Details

Imprint
New York : Kino on Video, c2002.
Descript
1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., b&w (col. tinted) ; 4 3/4 in.
Series
Griffith masterworks
System Det
DVD; stereo.
Cast
Lillian Gish, Richard Barthelmess, Donald Crisp.
Credits
Writer/director, W.D. Griffith ; produced for video by Bret Wood.
Note
Originally released as a motion picture in 1919.
Adapted from a story by Thomas Burke, identifed by International Movie Database as "The chink and the child."
Awards
National Film Registry.
Audience
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Summary
Set in the Limehouse district of London, this is the story of Lucy, a 15-year-old living under the violent, abusive hand of her resentful prizefighter father, Battling Burrows. Driven from her home, she finds love and protection in the home of a gentle Chinese man. Together they begin to discover the joys that life has denied both of them until that time. Then Lucy's father finds her, brutally beats her protector, takes her back home, and, in his rage, kills her. The grief stricken Chinese man avenges Lucy's death and then takes his own life.
Note
Special features: filmed introduction by Lillian Gish and excerpts from her 1925 Film, Romola; the complete text of Thomas Burke's original story; a recording of the 1919 song, Broken blossoms; D.W. Griffith on leading ladies; and information about the score.
Local Note
MW, 2-06
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Note
Container title: Broken blossoms
ISBN/ISSN
738329019624
Music #
K196 Kino on Video
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