McCloud. Seasons one & two
|Language and/or Subtitles:||English|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Over 200 years of Reitz family history in letters, photos, and comments, 1790-2010. Reitz glassmakers from Germany worked at John Frederick Amelung's New Bremen (Maryland) Glassmanufactory in the 1790s, then with Albert Gallatin's glassmaking enterprise in New Geneva, Pennsylvania, 1794-97. Ultimately Lewis and Philip Reitz acquired ownership of the Federal Hill Glassworks in Baltimore, Maryland. This family heritage scrapbook includes the lengthy written record of Philip Reitz's 1851 trip back to ancestral villages (Sulzbach, Friedrichsthal) and his visits to Paris and London World's Fair. Hermann Gerhardt Boisselier emigrated from Leipzig to San Francisco in 1849, before California had even become a state. He brought a German 48er's enlightened sensibility, valuing freethought, secular and scientific education, and progressive politics to his children, Emma, Victor, Herbert, and George, and via them, to us. Victor and Charles Bartell fought and fell as Union soldiers in the Civil War. They wrote seventeen letters home which are here preserved and transcribed. So too are fourteen letters from Herbert Boisselier who served in Cuba during the Spanish-American War of 1898. A letter home from World War I soldiers, Philip and Gerard Reitz, serving in France is included here also, as are three letters describing an eyewitness account of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake from Victor Boisselier, who lived through it. James Buchanan, admittedly not one of the nation's finest presidents (pro-slavery), wrote frequently to one of our g-g-grand fathers (an ancestor of Diana Henrich Reitz), Maj. Charles Shriner, Sr. An 1851 letter urging him to mobilize the Democratic Party apparatus in Pennsylvania is featured here. Maj. Shriner later became a Republican and was a member of the Electoral Collage from Pennsylvania who cast a vote for Abraham Lincoln in 1864. His son, Charles, became a physician, served in the military in the West, and settled in Baxter Springs, Kansas. As a scrapbook project, this volume organizes (in a preliminary fashion) the otherwise sprawling archive of family writings and records from our German-American past. It makes copies of these materials compactly available to everyone who might like to see them, especially our family's newer generations. Its primary source documents may even be of interest someday to further studies of 19th century German-American history.
ContentsDisc 1. Portrait of a dead girl (pilot) ; Man from Taos ; Manhattan manhunt ; Murder arena
Disc 2. Encounter with Aries ; Top of the world, Ma! ; Somebody's out to get Jennie ; The disposal man
Disc 3. A little plot at Tranquil Valley ; Fifth man in a string quartet ; Give my regrets to Broadway.
|Series||NBC mystery movie.|
Police -- Drama.
Television crime shows.
Fiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Universal City, Calif. :Universal,2005
|Other Titles|| McCloud (Television program)
McMillan & wife.
Portrait of a dead girl.
Man from Taos.
Encounter with Aries.
Top of the world, Ma!
Somebody's out to get Jennie.
Little plot at Tranquil Valley.
Fifth man in a string quartet.
Give my regrets to Broadway.
Murder by the Barrel.
Stevens, Craig, 1918-2000.
Cannon, J. D. (John Donovan), 1922-2005.
Universal City Studios.
Dennis Weaver, Craig Stevens, Mark Richmond, J.D. Cannon, Terry Carter, Diana Muldaur, Julie Newmar.
Written by Mel Arrighi, Ronald Austin, et al; directed by Lou Antonio, Jack Arnold, et al.; music, David Shire.
Rating: not rated.
English with optional Spanish subtitles ; closed captioned.
Includes 11 episodes from the first two seasons of McCloud originally presented as part of the NBC mystery movie series broadcast 1970-1972. McCloud first hit the airwaves in 1970 with six, hour-long mysteries. When McCloud joined the NBC Mystery Movie series with its longer run times the next year, the six 60-minute episodes were reconstituted into three 90-minute "movies" which are the episodes presented here.
Includes a bonus episode of McMillan & wife "Murder by the barrel."
DVD; NTSC, region 1, full frame presentation, Dolby digital 2.0 mono.
3 videodiscs (945 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
141705817X (disc 1)
9781417058174 (disc 1)
1417058188 (disc 2)
9781417058181 (disc 2)
1417058196 (disc 3)
9781417058198 (disc 3)