Format Film, Video
Dates 1919
Location United States
Language English
Subjects Boys
Discipline of Children
Ghost Plays
Mothers and Sons
Runaway Teenagers
United States
Dud leaves home /
Other Title
Us fellers: "Dud leaves home"
Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs, no. 7009
us fellers: "dud leaves home"
goldwyn-bray pictographs, no. 7009
Created / Published
United States : [Bray Pictures Corp., 1919].
Subject Headings
-  Boys--United States
-  Runaway teenagers--United States
-  Mothers and sons--United States
-  Theft--United States
-  Discipline of children--United States
-  Punishment
-  Ghost plays
-  Copyright: Bray Studios, Inc.; 9Oct19; MP1443.
-  Duration: 4:57 at 22 fps.
-  Dud wants to buy his girlfriend Maime an ice cream cone so he breaks open his mother's bank, and splits their last dime in half in the process. His mother punishes him so he runs away. Dud is scared by imaginary ghosts in the dark, so he runs back home where he gets a spanking from his mother.
-  Summary from J. McIntire, Silent animated films at the Library of Congress, 1995.
-  Additional holdings for this title may be available. See reference librarian. DLC
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as digital files.
-  Digital file includes a piano score composed and performed by Philip Carli.
-  Sources used: Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1912-1939; Library of Congress video collection, v. 3, Origins of American animation, 1900-1921; McIntire, J. Silent animated films at the Library of Congress, 1995; M/B/RS shelflist.
viewing print. 1 film reel of 1 (ca. 5 min., ca. 170 ft.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm.
Call Number
FAA 8332 (viewing print)
Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Washington, D. C. 20540 USA dcu
Digital Id
animp 4068
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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