Unconquered [videorecording] : Helen Keller in her story / [presented by] The American Foundation for the Blind ; as presented by Nancy Hamilton. Visions in silent darkness
DVDs | Nobility Studios, Inc. | 2008
Not Available at Adult DVD-Nonfiction (DUE 06-05-15)
[United States] : Nobility Studios, Inc., 
1 videodisc (55 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Consultant, Nella Braddy Henney ; technical director, Richard Carver Wood ; commentary, James Shute ; music composer, Morgan Lewis ; orchestration, Robert Russell Bennet ; cameraman, Joe Lipkowitz ; narrator, Katherine Cornell.
Originally released as a documentary motion picture in 1954.
Includes the Nobility Studios original production, Visions in silent darkness.
"Academy Award, Best Feature Documentary, 1955; Golden Reel Award"--Container (Unconquered)
Unconquered Helen Keller in her story (1954): Through newsreels, interviews, photographs and motion pictures, traces the life of Helen Keller from birth until 76 years of age, and shows how this blind and deaf woman became one of the most celebrated women of two centuries.
Visions in Silent Darkness (2008): uses new research and goes further to show Helen Keller as not just acclaimed and capable but, rather, as an exceptional intelligence and a brilliant thinker in her own right -an examplar for all people and all times.
Unconquered, Helen Keller in her story (ca. 55 min. ; 1954) -- Visions in silent darkness (ca. 25 min. ; 2008).
Helen Keller in her story
Visions in silent darkness.