Phillips, James A. Jr. Collection

Phillips, James A. Jr. Collection
      film (100,000 ft.) : sd., b&w and col. : 16 mm. print.
      1929 – 1968
      Maine, US
      Collection contains feature films, short subjects and musicals. Titles include: "Way Back Home" (1931), starring comedian Phillips Lord as Seth Parker, and Bette Davis; "Vagabond Lover" (1929), a musical starring Rudy Vallee with Marie Dressler; "Sunrise at Campobello" (1960); and "Peyton Place" (1957), filmed in Camden, Maine. Collection also contains campaign works such as "HHH: What Manner of Man" (1968), a political film for the presidential campaign of Hubert H. Humphrey which includes Edmund S. Muskie and Humphrey bowling.
      James Phillips, Jr. is a native of Norway, Maine, and lives in Bangor, Maine. Phillips Lord and Rudy Vallee were both natives of Maine. Edmund S. Muskie was a noted Maine statesman.
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