Film, Video Pa's trip to Mars /

Format Film, Video
Dates 1923
Language English
Subjects Humor
Mars (Planet)
Space Flights
Pa's trip to Mars /
Two boys send Pa to Mars on a rocket, where he meets with many misadventures before he is sent back to Earth.
Created / Published
[United States : C.C. Burr Productions, 1923]
Subject Headings
-  Space flights--Humor
-  Mars (Planet)--Humor
-  Lighting technician, Harry Redmond, Sr.
-  "A Cine Art Home Library Film."
-  On reel with Bird burg.
-  According to the Internet movie database, Pa's trip to Mars was originally released n 1923 as a split reel along with two other films: How to become a toe dancer, and Batik.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as digital files.
-  Source used: Internet movie database WWW site, viewed October 25, 2013.
viewing copy 1 videocassette of 1 (Digital Betacam) (4 min.) : si., b&w (tinted) ; 1/2 in.
viewing copy 1 videocassette of 1 (Betacam SP) (4 min.) : si., b&w (tinted) ; 1/2 in.
non-viewing print 1 film reel of 1 (ca. 4 min., ca. 140 ft.) : si., b&w (tinted) ; 16 mm.
Call Number
VBS 3808 (viewing copy)
VRA 0445 (viewing copy)
FRA 9377 (non-viewing print)
Digital Id
media_service 1882820-6-1
Library of Congress Catalog Number
Other Formats
MODS Record
Dublin Core Record

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