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The Pride of the Yankees (1942)

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Bibliography:

Books:

Based on:

  • Lou Gehrig: Pride of the "Yankees" by Paul Gallico (New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1942).

Referenced in:

  • Gary Cooper: American Hero by Jeffrey Meyers (New York: William Morrow & Co., 1998).
  • Lou Gehrig: An American Classic by Richard Bak (Dallas, TX: Taylor Publishing Co., 1995).
  • The Complete Films of Gary Cooper by Homer Dickens (New York: Citadel Press, 1991).
  • Iron Horse: Lou Gehrig in His Time by Ray Robinson (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1990).
  • Goldwyn: A Biography by A. Scott Berg (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989).
  • My Luke and I by Eleanor Gehrig and Joseph Durso (New York: Crowell, 1976).
  • Samuel Goldwyn, the producer and his films by Richard Griffith (New York, Museum of Modern Art Film Library; distributed by Simon and Schuster, 1956).
For more information about locating any of the above books, visit this page: Classic Movie Merchandise: Books.

Articles:

Featured in:

  • Crowther, Bosley.  "'Pride of the Yankees,' a Film Biography of Lou Gehrig, With Gary Cooper and Teresa Wright, on View at Astor."  The New York Times (16 July 1942): 23.
  • Crowther, Bosley.  "Concerning 'The Pride of the Yankees' and the Great American Pastime."  The New York Times (19 July 1942): VIII 3.
  • "A Baseball Hero."  The Times (London) (23 November 1942): 8.
  • Zone, Ray.  "Wrap Shot: The Pride of the Yankees."  American Cinematographer 82.5 (May 2001): 136.

Referring:

  • "Movie hits . . . and errors."  The San Diego Union-Tribune (8 April 2002): C2.
  • Robinson, Ray.  "Becoming a Yankee Fan, By Way of Hollywood: Actress Tied to Gehrig's Legacy Grows Fond of the Game."  The New York Times (4 July 1999): VIII 11.
  • Brady, Erik.  "Readers rank favorite sports flicks." USA Today (16 July 1998): 1B.
  • Vancheri, Barbara and Ron Weiskind.  "Hollywood Comes to Bat: Video Shelves Hold a Dream Team of Baseball Movies."  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pennsylvania) (18 March 1994): 28.
  • Wilner, Norman.  "Baseball movies on video."  The Toronto Star (10 April 1992): C3.

Other citations:

  • Hollywood Reporter (30 Jun 1941): 6.
  • Hollywood Reporter (15 Jul 1941): 4.
  • Hollywood Reporter 18 Jul 1941): 1.
  • Hollywood Reporter (25 Jul 1941): 8.
  • Hollywood Reporter (4 Aug 1941): 2.
  • American Cinematographer (Aug 1941): 340.
  • Hollywood Reporter (4 Sep 1941): 2.
  • Hollywood Reporter (12 Sep 1941): 1.
  • Hollywood Reporter (29 Sep 1941): 1, 3.
  • Hollywood Reporter (2 Oct 1941): 2.
  • Hollywood Reporter (24 Oct 1941): 1.
  • Hollywood Reporter (31 Oct 1941): 1.
  • Hollywood Reporter (12 Feb 1942): 3.
  • Hollywood Reporter (13 Feb 1942): 11.
  • Hollywood Reporter (6 Mar 1942): 3.
  • Hollywood Reporter (9 Apr 1942): 11.
  • Hollywood Reporter (22 Apr 1941): 7.
  • Hollywood Reporter (24 Apr 1942): 6.
  • Variety (15 Jul 1942): 9.
  • Daily Variety (16 Jul 1942): 3.
  • Film Daily (16 Jul 1942): 5.
  • Hollywood Reporter (16 Jul 1942): 3.
  • Box Office (18 Jul 1942).
  • Motion Picture Herald Product Digest (18 Jul 1942): 781.
  • Look (28 Jul 1942).
  • Los Angeles Times (19 Aug 1942).

Other:

  • "Diamonds on the Silver Screen" (American Movie Classics, 1992).

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