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Baseball (2010)

Call Number DVD/796.357/BASEBALL

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Nonfiction DVDsDVD/796.357/BASEBALLDue 12-28-18
Published: [Wadpole, N.H.] : Florentine Films, [1994] Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Home Entertainment, [2010] [Alexandria, Va.] : PBS Distribution, [2010] ©1994, ©2010
Description:  11 videodiscs in 6 volumes (approximately 23 hr.) : sound, color with monochrome sequences ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9786313794058, 1415755825, 9781415755822, 6313794052, 1415755825,
Language:  English

Originally produced in 9 parts in 1994 as a documentary television program; 10th part produced in 2010

Special features: interview with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, additional scenes, outtakes, and over 2 hours of bonus footage

Voices, Adam Arkin [and others] ; narrator, John Chancellor ; Tenth inning narrated by Keith David

It is an epic overflowing with heroes and hopefuls, scoundrels and screwballs. It is a saga spanning the quest for racial justice, the clash of labor and management, the transformation of popular culture, and the unfolding of the national pastime. Here is the story of a nation at work and play. Experience it in ten thrilling "innings" from master storyteller and award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns

MPAA rating: Not rated

DVD, region 1; NTSC; 5.1 surround; full screen presentation

Dialogue in English with optional soundtrack in Spanish and optional English SDH subtitles


Disc 1. First inning: Our game (1840's-1900) (115 min.) -- disc 2. Second inning: Something like a war (1900-1910) (106 min.) -- disc 3. Third inning: The faith of fifty million people (1910-1920) (120 min.) -- disc 4. Fourth inning: A national heirloom (1920-1930) (146 min.) -- disc 5. Fifth inning: Shadow ball (1930-1940) (125 min.) -- disc 6. Sixth inning: The national pastime (1940-1950) (151 min.) -- disc 7. Seventh inning: The capital of baseball (1950-1960) (133 min.) -- disc 8. Eighth inning: A whole new ballgame (1960-1970) (114 min.) -- disc 9. Ninth inning: Home (1970-1992) (145 min.) -- Baseball. The tenth inning / a Florentine Films production ; directed by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick ; written by David McMahon & Lynn Novick & Ken Burns ; produced by David McMahon, Lynn Novick, Ken Burns ; produced in association with WETA Television -- disc [10]. Top of the tenth (1992-1999) (116 min.) -- disc [11]. Bottom of the tenth (1999-2009) (124 min.)

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Baseball -- History -- United States
Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
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Additional Credits:
Burns, Ken, 1953-
Novick, Lynn.
Ward, Geoffrey C.
McMahon, David, 1976-
Chancellor, John, 1927-1996.
David, Keith.
Squires, Buddy
Moore, Allen, 1952-
Arkin, Adam
Florentine Films
WETA-TV (Television station : Washington, D.C.)
PBS Distribution (Firm)
Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm)

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