Film, Video The first circus /
Articles and Essays with this item:
- The first circus /
- Other Title
- Tony Sarg's almanac: "The first circus"
- tony sarg's almanac: "the first circus"
- During the stone-age the Stonehenge Circus entertained cavemen and women. The circus had a dinosaur that doubled as a trampoline and tightrope for the acrobats.
- Created / Published
- United States : Rialto Productions, 1921.
- Subject Headings
- - Prehistoric peoples--Drama
- - Circus--Drama
- - Dinosaurs--Drama
- - Circus performers--Drama
- - Circus animals--Drama
- - Acrobats--Drama
- - Acrobatics--Drama
- - Stone age--Drama
- - Copyright: no reg.
- - Main and end titles lacking.
- - Duration: 2:24 (part 1) and 3:28 (part 2) at 20 fps.
- - Summary from J. McIntire, Silent animated films at the Library of Congress.
- - Additional holdings for this title may be available. See reference librarian.
- - 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; Big cartoon database WWW site, viewed March 26, 2012.
- 1 film reel of 1 (inc.) (ca. 495 ft.) : si., b&w ; 35 mm. viewing print.
- Call Number
- FEB 8413 (viewing print)
- Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Washington, D. C. 20540 USA dcu
- Digital Id
- animp 4084s1 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/animp.4084
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
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Origins of American Animation
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