"One Fourth of Humanity" Edited Work-Prints
Scope and Contents
The work-print is a 'model' for the final film. A black and white copy of all the original footage is made, then cut and pieced together into the work-print. Once this print is refined to a satisfactory form, the original footage is cut and pieced to conform to it. The work-print is substantially identical to the final version of the film except that it lacks sound and has editing marks.
- From the Collection: Snow, Edgar (1905-1972) (Creator, Person)
Language of Materials
English , Chinese , French .
Conditions Governing Access
Materials in this record group (series) are stored onsite and offsite. Items stored onsite require a minimum of 1 business day to retrieve them for use. Any items stored offsite will list a Location number and will require a minimum of 2 business days to retrieve them for use. Researchers interested in consulting any of the materials are advised to contact UMKC University Archives.
From the Collection: 39 Linear Feet