James A. Phillips, Jr. Collection - Finding Aid

James A. Phillips, Jr. Collection - Finding Aid
    Item Description
    Existence and Location of Originals
    Northeast Historic Film, PO Box 900, 85 Main Street, Bucksport, Maine 04416

    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.

    Creator (cre): Phillips, James A., Jr.
    1929 to 1968
    Source Language
    film (100,000 ft.) : sd., b&w and col. : 16 mm. print.
    Family Name
    Biographical and Administrative History

    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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