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The Resource Reel baseball : essays and interviews on the national pastime, Hollywood, and American culture, edited by Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus ; forewords by Dale Petroskey and Alvin L. Hall

Reel baseball : essays and interviews on the national pastime, Hollywood, and American culture, edited by Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus ; forewords by Dale Petroskey and Alvin L. Hall

Label
Reel baseball : essays and interviews on the national pastime, Hollywood, and American culture
Title
Reel baseball
Title remainder
essays and interviews on the national pastime, Hollywood, and American culture
Statement of responsibility
edited by Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus ; forewords by Dale Petroskey and Alvin L. Hall
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1995.9.B28
LC item number
R44 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Wood, Stephen C.
  • Pincus, J. David
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Baseball films
  • Baseball films
  • Film
  • Baseball <Motiv>
  • USA
Label
Reel baseball : essays and interviews on the national pastime, Hollywood, and American culture, edited by Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus ; forewords by Dale Petroskey and Alvin L. Hall
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • George Grella
  • Designated heroes : cinematic reflections of baseball's cultural ideology
  • Marshall G. Most and Robert Rudd
  • The myth and rebirth of Shoeless Joe Jackson in Eight men out and Field of dreams
  • Kurt Billmeyer
  • Reel 2 : Babe Ruth and the silver screen
  • From Christ-like folk hero to bumbling Bacchus : filmic images of Babe Ruth, 1920-1992
  • Frank Ardolino
  • Persistence of vision : a study of Babe Ruth in Headin' home
  • Patrick Trimble
  • Reel 1 : Baseball in baseball films
  • Babe Ruth and the feature film : the muddling of the myth
  • Richard C. Crepeau
  • Reel 3 : Baseball in non-baseball films
  • Baseball in non-baseball films : from family to mirth
  • Baseball in non-baseball films : from culture to the ephemeral
  • Stephen C. Wood [and others]
  • The family of baseball : perceptions of the American family in baseball films
  • William Simons
  • The baseball moment in American film
  • George Grella
  • The American mythos in film : The natural
  • Meet John Doe, Frank Capra, and baseball : the celebration and dark side of the American dream
  • Ron Briley
  • Reel 4 : The last inning
  • The directors and producers : interviews with Phil Alden Robinson, Ron Shelton, Penny Marshall and Arthur Friedman
  • The actors and critics : interviews with Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, James Belushi, Robert Osborne and Jeffrey Lyons
  • Behind the scenes : interviews with Vin Scully, Lynn Novick, Brent Shyer, and Rod Dedeaux
  • Post game analysis : reflections on baseball, film and American culture
  • Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus
  • Stephen C. Wood, J. David Pincus, J. Nicholas DeBonis
  • Returning to the America that was meant to be : the cinematic re-emergence of baseball's vision of community
  • Robert Rudd and Marshall G. Most
  • W.P. Kinsella's baseball fiction : Field of dreams and the new mythopoeism of baseball
  • Thomas L. Altherr
  • Baseball mystery, cinema magic
Control code
51098099
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 312 pages
Isbn
9780786413898
Lccn
2002154476
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)51098099
Label
Reel baseball : essays and interviews on the national pastime, Hollywood, and American culture, edited by Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus ; forewords by Dale Petroskey and Alvin L. Hall
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • George Grella
  • Designated heroes : cinematic reflections of baseball's cultural ideology
  • Marshall G. Most and Robert Rudd
  • The myth and rebirth of Shoeless Joe Jackson in Eight men out and Field of dreams
  • Kurt Billmeyer
  • Reel 2 : Babe Ruth and the silver screen
  • From Christ-like folk hero to bumbling Bacchus : filmic images of Babe Ruth, 1920-1992
  • Frank Ardolino
  • Persistence of vision : a study of Babe Ruth in Headin' home
  • Patrick Trimble
  • Reel 1 : Baseball in baseball films
  • Babe Ruth and the feature film : the muddling of the myth
  • Richard C. Crepeau
  • Reel 3 : Baseball in non-baseball films
  • Baseball in non-baseball films : from family to mirth
  • Baseball in non-baseball films : from culture to the ephemeral
  • Stephen C. Wood [and others]
  • The family of baseball : perceptions of the American family in baseball films
  • William Simons
  • The baseball moment in American film
  • George Grella
  • The American mythos in film : The natural
  • Meet John Doe, Frank Capra, and baseball : the celebration and dark side of the American dream
  • Ron Briley
  • Reel 4 : The last inning
  • The directors and producers : interviews with Phil Alden Robinson, Ron Shelton, Penny Marshall and Arthur Friedman
  • The actors and critics : interviews with Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, James Belushi, Robert Osborne and Jeffrey Lyons
  • Behind the scenes : interviews with Vin Scully, Lynn Novick, Brent Shyer, and Rod Dedeaux
  • Post game analysis : reflections on baseball, film and American culture
  • Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus
  • Stephen C. Wood, J. David Pincus, J. Nicholas DeBonis
  • Returning to the America that was meant to be : the cinematic re-emergence of baseball's vision of community
  • Robert Rudd and Marshall G. Most
  • W.P. Kinsella's baseball fiction : Field of dreams and the new mythopoeism of baseball
  • Thomas L. Altherr
  • Baseball mystery, cinema magic
Control code
51098099
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 312 pages
Isbn
9780786413898
Lccn
2002154476
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)51098099

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