Film, Video Princeton and Yale football game /
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- Princeton and Yale football game /
- The camera was moved to many positions throughout the stadium, which contained an estimated 50,000 spectators. The opening scene was a complete pan around the locale, showing the crowd assembled to watch the game. The remaining scenes were photographed from various positions throughout the football field, showing the game in progress. There is line play shown as well as broken-field running.
- Created / Published
- United States : Thomas A. Edison, Inc., 1903.
- Subject Headings
- - Football
- - College sports
- - H38332 U.S Copyright Office
- - Copyright: Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; 19Nov03; H38332.
- - Cameraman, A.C. Abadie.
- - Cameraman credit from Niver's, Early motion pictures, p. 263.
- - Duration: 3:47 at 16 fps.
- - Filmed November 14, 1903 in New Haven, Conn.
- - MAVIS 1836310; Princeton and Yale football game.
- - Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as digital files.
- - Received: ca. 1991 from LC film lab; viewing print and dupe neg pics; preservation; Paper Print Collection.
- 1 film reel of 1 (ca. 4 min., 75 ft.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. viewing print.
- 1 film reel of 1 (ca. 4 min., 75 ft.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. dupe neg pic.
- 1 film reel of 1 (ca. 4 min., 75 ft.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. dupe neg pic (copy 2)
- Call Number
- FLA 5178 (viewing print)
- FRA 2124 (dupe neg pic)
- FRA 2125 (dupe neg pic, copy 2)
- Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA dcu
- Digital Id
- awal 2164 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/awal.2164
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
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