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The man who played God

Format: DVD 2014
Availability: Unavailable 0 copies
After losing his hearing, wealthy concert pianist Montgomery Royale finds meaning in life by using his lip-reading skills to help others.
Additional Information
Subjects Musicians -- Drama.
Deaf -- Drama.
Philanthropists -- Drama.
Lipreading -- Drama.
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Publisher Burbank, CA :2014
Edition Full screen.
Other Titles Silent voice.
Man who played God.
Contributors Adolfi, John G., 1888-1933, film director.
Josephson, Julien, 1881-1959, screenwriter.
Howell, Maude, screenwriter.
Arliss, George, 1868-1946, actor.
Heming, Violet, 1897-1981, actor.
Davis, Bette, 1908-1989, actor.
Luguet, AndreĢ, 1892-1979, actor.
Hale, Louise Closser, 1872-1933, actor.
Cook, Donald, 1901-1961, actor.
Simpson, Ivan, 1875-1951, actor.
Apfel, Oscar, 1879-1938, actor.
Evans, Charles E., 1857-1945, actor.
Hopper, Hedda, 1885-1966, actor.
Milland, Ray, actor.
Van Trees, James, 1890-1973, director of photography.
Goodman, Jules Eckert, approximately 1877-1962. Silent voice.
Morris, Gouverneur, 1876-1953. Man who played God.
Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967), production company.
Vitaphone Corp., production company.
Warner Home Video (Firm), publisher.
Participants/Performers George Arliss, Violet Heming, Bette Davis, Andre Luguet, Louise Closser Hale, Donald Cook, Ivan Simpson, Oscar Apfel, Charles Evans, Hedda Hopper, Ray Milland.
Other Contributors Photography, James Van Trees ; editor, William Holmes.
Audience Not rated.
Language English
Notes Originally released as a motion picture in 1932.
Based on the play by Jules Eckert Goodman, from the short story by Governeur Morris.
System Details DVD-R (might not be compatible with all players); full screen (1.37:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono.
Description 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
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