The Quiet One Photograph Collection
This collection consists of thirteen reference photographs from the 1948 film documentary, The Quiet One. James Agree wrote the commentary and dialogue; Sidney Meyers directed; Helen Levitt was the screenwriter and cinematographer, and Gary Merrill narrated the film.
The material in this collection is in English.
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The Quiet One is a 1948 documentary film which chronicles the rehabilitation of a young, emotionally disturbed African-American boy growing up in 1940s Harlem. James Agree wrote the commentary and dialogue; Sidney Meyers directed the film; Helen Levitt was the screenwriter and cinematographer, and Gary Merrill narrated the film. The film gained Meyers an Academy Award for Best Screenplay.
This collection consists of a single folder.
This collection was purchsed in 2014 by Special Collections.