Is It Always Right to Be Right? / Stephen Bosustow Productions

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Date
1970
Main contributor
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Summary
Uses animation, live-action sequences, and the narration of Orson Welles to show the cause of divisiveness in society: man's refusal to believe that he could be wrong in his opinions and beliefs. Constructs a parable about a land where only a coward admitted he was wrong. Presents the division which occurred between various groups--the young and old, teachers and legislators, blacks and whites. Concludes with one person's admission that perhaps he could be wrong, which initially bridged the division.
Contributor
Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
Publisher
Churchill Films
Subjects
Social conflict; Social groups
Collection
IU Audio-Visual Center
Unit
IUL Moving Image Archive
Language
English
Physical Description
1 film reel (8 min.) sound,color; 16 mm
Notes

Creation/Production Credits

Production Company: Stephen Bosustow Productions
Narrator: Orson Welles
Writer: Warren H. Schmidt, Ph.D.
Music Performer: Ken Heller
Animator: Lee Mishkin
Animator: Dave Brain
Editor: Tee Bosustow
Special Effects: Lin Dunn A.S.C., Film Effects of Hollywood
Director: Lee Mishkin
Producer: Nick Bosustow

Local Note

Gift to the IUB Libraries from Instructional Support Services.

Statement of Responsibility

Stephen Bosustow Productions
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 7813786; Other: GR00412552; MDPI Barcode: 40000003241660

Access Restrictions

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