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History of U.S. Presidents
 Teddy Roosevelt The Last Battles (1903-1928)
[Model A2Z-DVD-00316] [UPC 882012500316]
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Running Time: 114 Minutes


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This Is The Most Complete Collection
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These Fully Restored News Clips Are Contained On
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See The Birth Of A New Medium That Would Change
American Politics Forever!

History of US Presidents: Teddy Roosevelt - The Last Battles is a 2-DVD set that provides a closer look at the man who brought new excitement and power to the American Presidency. Today we are used to seeing our presidents on film and television on a regular basis. Before Roosevelt, however, most people only learned of the president through newspaper and magazine articles. This is your chance to see the first examples of a president performing for the public through the magic of moving pictures!



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This Unique Collection Shows You Exactly How Teddy
Roosevelt Wrapped Up His Last Year As President And
Then Continued A Life Of Service To His
Country Until His Death!



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These classic newsreel clips capture Theodore Roosevelt actively involved in his presidential duties during his last year, and then follows him through his famous trip through Western Europe, where he attended King Edward’s funeral.

These disks also include the first film footage ever taken of Teddy at Sagamore Hill in the summer of 1912. Finally, you will witness images of the great Rough Rider’s funeral procession and gravestone. Here is a track by track listing of exactly what you will receive:

Roosevelt in San Francisco, 1903
This film, shot while Roosevelt was still president, shows crowds of people waiting to see the great man as his carriage moves down the street. You will be able to see the dawning of the celebrity culture of the presidency!


Producer: American Mutoscope and Biograph Company
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1903
Length: 00:02:06
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Roosevelt in San Francisco, 1903

President reviewing school children
In this clip you will watch as President Roosevelt reviewed the school children of San Francisco on Wednesday, May 13, 1903. An estimated 40,000 school children congregated along both sides of Van Ness Avenue, west of the downtown area, for the triumphant parade.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1903
Length: 00:02:39
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

President reviewing school children

Over Route Of Roosevelt Parade In An Automobile
At the turn of the century it was very important for politicians to make dozens of political appearances across the land. In this film, you will see a typical presidential parade as Roosevelt drives by thousands of adoring supporters on Tuesday, May 12, 1903. The film was shot from about 2:10pm to 2:15pm (shortly before the 3pm parade), and shows street and building decorations and excited crowds.


Producer: American Mutoscope and Biograph Company
Sponsor:N/A
Year: 1903
Length: 00:03:25
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Over Route Of Roosevelt Parade In An Automobile

Pres. Roosevelt’s Fourth of July Oration
In this clip, President Theodore Roosevelt eats and then speaks to crowds who have gathered to listen to him address the nation on the national holiday. From another camera position, the crowd bids him goodbye as Roosevelt and his party enter a horse-drawn carriage.


Producer: American Mutoscope and Biograph Company
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1910
Length: 00:02:56
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


Judge Alton B. Parker &Mayor McClellan At Esopus
From three camera positions, the Democratic presidential candidate, Judge Parker, bids farewell on the wharf at Esopus to Mayor McClellan and other important Democrats.

Producer: American Mutoscope and Biograph Company
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1904
Length: 00:00:59
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Judge Alton B. Parker &Mayor McClellan At Esopus

The Sculptor’s Nightmare
This is an odd film and shows how experimental the new medium of film was. It is a work of fiction. At a political club, the members contemplate whose bust will replace that of Theodore Roosevelt. Unable to agree, each member goes to a sculptor’s studio and bribes him to sculpt a bust of their personal favorite. Instead, the sculptor spends their fees on a dinner with his model, during which he becomes so drunk that he is taken to jail!

Producer: American Mutoscope and Biograph Company
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1908
Length: 00:11:16
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

<The Sculptor’s Nightmare

Cartoon -- Roosevelt’s Arrival In Africa
This film shows an animated caricature of native animals’ attitude towards Roosevelt’s arrival in Africa. Because Teddy was an avid hunter, the native beasts are not happy to see him! There is a scene of a huge tree filled with frightened animals. At one point a monkey on the ground stares over a cliff and then starts jumping up and down, as Teddy appears over the rim of the cliff, gun in his hand.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1909
Length: 00:00:23
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


King Edward’s funeral, 1910 [2]
Shot after Roosevelt had left the presidency, this news reel shows scenes of the ceremonial funeral procession of King Edward VII (1901-1910) passing through the streets of London on May 20, 1910. It includes views of the casket, heads of state, the royal carriage, and various marching military units.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1910
Length: 00:06:51
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

King Edward’s funeral, 1910 [2]

TR in Norway and Denmark, 1910 [1]
While returning from Africa in 1910, Theodore Roosevelt visited many European countries, including Denmark (May 2-3), and Norway (May 4-6). Roosevelt, King Haakon, Edith Roosevelt, Queen Maud, Ethel Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt, and other historical figures can be seen entering carriages outside the railroad station in Oslo, Norway.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1910
Length: 00:07:49
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


Roosevelt’s Return To New York, 1910 [1]
On June 18, 1910, Roosevelt returned to New York City after a fifteen-month tour abroad, where he traveled through Africa and Western Europe. During this classic newsreel clip an elaborate city celebration is seen, drawing a million people, to celebrate the former president’s homecoming.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1910
Length: 00:07:52
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Roosevelt’s Return To New York, 1910 [1]

Cartoon of Roosevelt’s Reception By Crowned Heads Of Europe
The film shows is an animated cartoon of Roosevelt’s reception in Europe during his 1910 tour. You will see sequences of crowned heads of Europe sitting in an open automobile, labeled "Europe" on a pier. Roosevelt, carrying his famous "big stick", is in the bow of a ship that approaches the pier as the crowned heads wave.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1910
Length: 00:00:10
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK &  WHITE


Scenes of Roosevelt Dam
This newsreel clip includes scenic views of the Roosevelt Dam on the Salt River in Arizona. Shots include a rocky hill above the dam, water rushing through portions of the dam, and a car being driven on road across the dam.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1911
Length: 00:00:54
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Scenes of Roosevelt Dam

A Visit To Theodore Roosevelt At His Home At Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, L.I., 1912
This is the first film footage ever taken of Roosevelt at his Sagamore Hill home, in the summer of 1912. You are treated to views of the house and surrounding grounds. Later Roosevelt reviews his mail, assisted by his son Archie. There is also a scene of William P. Helm, Associated Press correspondent for New York City and Washington (1910- 1918), talking with the former president.

Producer: Pathé Frères
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1912
Length: 00:08:14
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

A Visit To Theodore Roosevelt At His Home At Sagamore

Hill, Oyster Bay, L.I., 1912

Scenes Of TR At Sagamore Hill, 1912
The next clip includes additional footage taken of Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill in the summer of 1912. You will see the ex-president on his horse, Sidar, as he shakes hands with William P. Helm.

Producer: Pathé Frères
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1912
Length: 00:02:15
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Scenes Of TR At Sagamore Hill, 1912

TR In A Rowboat On Oyster Bay, 1914
Now you get to see the former president on Oyster Bay, Long Island. Watch as Roosevelt rows alone away from shore. In the second sequence, his son Archie and an unidentified boy bring the boat ashore as Roosevelt looks on.

Producer: Hearst-Selig News Pictorial
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1914
Length: 00:00:33
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


TR Seated At His Desk In The Outlook Office 1914
During this clip, Roosevelt works at his desk in the New York City office of The Outlook, a small but powerful weekly opinion journal where he became a special contributing editor early in 1909.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1914
Length: 00:00:20
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

TR Seated At His Desk In The Outlook Office 1914

TR In Louisiana, 1915
Now we see Roosevelt walking on the beach in the Deep South. There are images of him standing near bushes on an island, and staring at a flock of native birds. This film was photographed by Herbert K. Job of the National Audubon Society, while he was on an expedition to bird sanctuary islands off the Louisiana coast in June 1915.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1915
Length: 00:00:23
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


TR speaking At Sagamore Hill [1916-1918] [1]
The next track gives us three sequences of Roosevelt addressing groups from the porch at his Sagamore Hill home. It includes a shot of Roosevelt speaking to a group of people on Sept. 8, 1917 at the opening of the second New York State suffrage campaign.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1916
Length: 00:01:36
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

TR speaking At Sagamore Hill [1916-1918] [1]

TR Attends His Son’s Wedding At Boston, 1917
On April 14, 1917, Archie Roosevelt married Grace S. Lockwood at the Emmanuel Church in Boston, Massachusetts. This film documents the wedding day and includes a side view of Roosevelt entering an automobile with two women, including his wife, Edith.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1917
Length: 00:00:50
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

TR Attends His Son’s Wedding At Boston, 1917

TR Calls On Neighbors At Christmas, 1917
This clip opens with a scene of a man, woman, and two children carrying presents to a house in Oyster Bay, N.Y. Roosevelt can then be seen carrying a present to the house as well. The final scene is of the former president talking with group of people while a small girl peeks out of the door.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1917
Length: 00:00:37
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

TR Calls On Neighbors At Christmas, 1917

Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Attends Women In War Work Congress in Paris [1918]
During World War I, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. worked for the YMCA in France running canteens, clubs, and leave centers for soldiers, and teaching French. This film documents her experience and includes shots of her designing the uniforms worn by the female workers in the YMCA.

Producer: Mutual Film Corp.
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1918
Length: 00:00:37
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Attends Women In War Work

Congress in Paris [1918]

Roosevelt On Fifth Avenue, New York, Near St. Patrick’s Cathedral After Attending Mayor Mitchel’s Funeral
Teddy was an honorary pallbearer at the funeral of former New York City Mayor John P. Mitchel on July 11, 1918, and this film documents Roosevelt appearing with other funeral participants on Fifth Avenue, NYC.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1918
Length: 00:00:18
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Roosevelt On Fifth Avenue, New York, Near St. Patrick’s Cathedral After Attending Mayor Mitchel’s Funeral

Roosevelt’s Funeral At Oyster Bay, 1919
This sobering film shows views of Christ Episcopal Church during Roosevelt’s funeral procession, and shots at Young’s Memorial Cemetery on January 8, 1919, in Oyster Bay, N.Y. There is a great shot of specially delegated New York City mounted police guards, followed by the hearse passing in front of church. There is also a long shot of the church entrance, including a flag-draped casket being placed in the hearse.

Producer: Universal Film Manufacturing Co.
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1919
Length: 00:02:48
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Roosevelt’s Funeral At Oyster Bay, 1919

King Albert of Belgium Visits Roosevelt’s Grave, October, 1919
The film shows King Albert visiting Theodore Roosevelt’s grave in Young’s Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay. The king is accompanied by his son Prince Leopold, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and several dignitaries.

Producer: Fox Film Corp.
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1919
Length: 00:00:48
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

King Albert of Belgium Visits Roosevelt’s Grave,

October, 1919

RMA Flag Service On The Steps Of New York Public Library, 1919
On October 27, 1919 the Roosevelt memorial flag, which had been carried across New York State in the fallen president’s honor, was brought to rest at his grave in Young’s Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, NY. This film includes a shot of Samuel Abbott, originator of the memorial flag, placing the cloth on Roosevelt’s grave.

Producer: Kinogram Pub. Corp.
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1919
Length: 00:02:01
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

RMA Flag Service On The Steps Of New York Public

Library, 1919

The Prince of Wales Visits Roosevelt’s Grave
In the summer of 1919, Edward Prince of Wales, later King Edward VIII, embarked on a tour of North America. After touring Canada for several months, the Prince decided to spend several days in the United States and spent time at Roosevelt’s grave – which is captured on this newsreel.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1919
Length: 00:00:28
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

The Prince of Wales Visits Roosevelt’s Grave

Close-Up Of Roosevelt’s Grave, 1920
This short film is a close shot of Roosevelt’s gravestone at Young’s Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, NY. The birth and death dates of Roosevelt and the birth date of his wife, Edith, are visible..

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1920
Length: 00:00:11
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


Flag services for TR at Oyster Bay, October 1919
This film shows another portion of the dramatic service on October 27, 1919 when the Roosevelt memorial flag is brought to rest at his grave in Young’s Memorial Cemetery. There is a view of two young girls and a boy placing a flower bouquet and flag through a fence surrounding Roosevelt’s grave.

Producer: Kinogram Pub. Corp.
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1920
Length: 00:01:13
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Flag services for TR at Oyster Bay, October 1919

Leonard Wood Lays Cornerstone Of Roosevelt House, 1921
On Jan. 6, 1921, the restoration of Roosevelt’s birthplace by the Women’s Roosevelt Memorial Association was officially begun with the laying of the Roosevelt House cornerstone, which is seen in this film.

Producer: Pathe News
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1921
Length: 00:00:30
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

TLeonard Wood Lays Cornerstone Of Roosevelt House,

1921

Roosevelt, Friend Of The Birds [1]
This film is a narrative of the Rough Rider’s role in bird preservation, and includes footage taken on his visit under the auspices of the National Audubon Society to bird sanctuaries off the coast of Louisiana in June 1915. The mating habits and domestic life of snowy egrets and their plunder by hunters are dramatized. Scenes of egrets’ nests and the hunt, kill, and plucking of birds serve as the prologue to the depiction of Teddy as bird preservationist.

Producer: Roosevelt Memorial Association Film Library
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1924
Length: 00:14:52
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Roosevelt, Friend Of The Birds [1]

The River of Doubt [2]
This film includes Roosevelt Memorial Association compilation footage from the former president’s 1913-1914 trip to South America. On the trip he combined a series of lectures with an expedition to the Amazon Valley of Brazil to collect zoological specimens.

Producer: Roosevelt Film Library
Sponsor: N/A
Year: 1928
Length: 00:29:33
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE


Theodore Roosevelt
In this early film Roosevelt, in formal dress, walks down the steps of the Treasury Building in Washington, D.C. and walks toward the stationary camera. The south portico of the White House is visible through trees in background.

Producer: American Mutoscope Co.
Sponsor: N/A
Year: N/A
Length: 00:00:18
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Theodore Roosevelt

TR With Rough Rider Friends
The final clip on this collection includes scenes of Roosevelt in a western setting. The man on Roosevelt’s immediate left appears to be Albert B. Fall, Senator from New Mexico (1913-1921). There are also four unidentified men, two wearing western hats, who may be Rough Riders.

Producer: N/A
Sponsor: N/A
Year: N/A
Length: 00:00:30
Audio: Silent
Color: BLACK & WHITE

Running Time:
DVD One: 52 Minutes DVD Two: 60 Mintues


 

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Video Run Time - 114 Minutes
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Worldwide
Packaging Type - Amaray
Release Date - 1903-1928
UPC - 882012500316
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