Diary of a lost girl
Pharmacist's daughter is seduced by her father's assistant, has a child as a result, and is placed in a militarisitic house of correction.
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|Summary:||Pharmacist's daughter is seduced by her father's assistant, has a child as a result, and is placed in a militarisitic house of correction.|
|Item Description:||Some credits from container.|
"This ... version ... has been mastered from a new restoration of the film made by a group of European archives which adds approximately nine minutes of previously censored footage never seen in the United States. An evocative new score has been added"--Container.
Originally released in Germany as a motion picture in 1929.
Based on the novel by Margarete Böhme.
"Film restoration and preservation by l'Immagine Ritrovata."
Includes the rare 1930 short Windy Riley goes Hollywood (18 min.), directed by William Goodrich (Roscoe Arbuckle), written by Ernest Pagano and Jack Townley, and starring Jack Shutta and Louise Brooks.
|Physical Description:||1 videodisc (116 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Production Credits:||Photography, Sepp Allgeier ; new music, Joseph Turrin.|
New York :
Kino on Video,
DVD -- Bring case to circulation desk
PN1997.S5 D537 2001
|PN1997.S5 D537 2001||Available Place a Hold|