William S. Hart

United States, 1962

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Episode of Series “History of the Motion Picture”.
Presents highlights from the finest films of William S. Hart who grew up in the west and reflected in his films the real west. Includes excerpts from his outstanding features “Tumbleweeds” and “Hell’s Hinges” and is climaxed by Hart’s own moving farewell to the screen shortly before his death. Narrated by Paul Killiam.

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Sterling Educational Films



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