[S.l. : s.n.], c2010.
1 videodisc (50 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Robyn Hatcher, Nathaniel Robinson, Bryce Davis, Charles H. Patterson, Matt Mitler, Paul Hart, Richard Bowne, Frances Ford, Sarah Lowman, Phyllis Yvonne Stickney.
Writer, George Aiken ; condensed and adapted for television by Vera Jiji ; directed for stage by Raymond Benkoczy ; produced and directed for television by Marvin Duckler ; project director and executive producer, Vera Jiji.
Originally produced in 1982 for television.
Abridged version of the 1852 play by George Aiken, based on the novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Special features: 138 page PDF source book of reviews, articles and original source materials.
"The DVD includes three items: 1. An edited dramatization of George Aiken's Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852), condensed to a classroom hour of fifty minutes. 2. The vintage 1903 Thomas A. Edison silent film put together from then current versions of the play. 3. A sourcebook containing over twenty articles about Uncle Tom's Cabin written between the 1850s and 2006." -- Insert.
George L. Aiken's 1852 dramatization of Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel Uncle Tom's cabin. Issued for the 2011 Harriet Beecher Stowe bicentennial, this updated DVD puts the novel and play of Uncle Tom's Cabin into its proper literary, theatrical and societal contexts. Teachers, students, American history buffs and church study groups alike will benefit from this comprehensive program, containing two different staged versions of the play'
The play. Prologue -- George : "I'll be free or I'll die" -- Tom : "No I ain't going. Let Eliza go." -- Loker : "Let's after her" -- Eliza crosses the ice -- Topsy : "I spect I growed" -- Topsy : "I's so wicked" -- Eva : "Oh, Topsy, I love you" -- Eva : "Promise that Tom shall have his freedom" -- Legree : "You two belong to me" -- Tom : "No! My soul a'nt yours mas'r" -- Cassie : "You in the devil's hands" -- Tom : "I'm right in the door, going into glory!" -- Tom joins Eva and St. Clare in heaven -- Introductory remarks -- Concluding remarks -- 1903 Thomas Edison film.