Joseph Krumgold


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Magic Town (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Hunting For That Shortcut First scene for top-billed James Stewart as “Rip” Smith, independent Manhattan opinion pollster whose radical business model is failing, with assistants (Ned Sparks, Donald Meek) and his big shot office building neighbor (Selmer Jackson) dangling a job offer, in Magic Town, 1947, from producer Robert Riskin’s story and screenplay.
Magic Town (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Evils Of The Modern Era Newcomer pollster “Rip” Smith (James Stewart), with sidekick (Ned Sparks), claiming they’re just insurance salesmen, intervenes on the town council meeting where he’s overheard Mary (Jane Wyman) advocating for big changes, which could ruin what he believes is the ideal sample American town, in Magic Town, 1947.
Magic Town (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Upon Further Examination “Rip” Smith (James Stewart), a poll-taker posing as an insurance agent in Grandview, which he believes is the perfect model American town, tangles with Jane Wyman as Mary, acting editor of the local paper, who criticized his earlier intrusion on a town meeting, her kid brother (Mickey Roth), dazzled by his hoop skills, interrupting, in Magic Town, 1947.
...And Now Miguel -- (Movie Clip) Opening Opening quasi-credit sequence for the U.S.I.S. documentary feature ...And Now Miguel, 1953, directed by Joseph Krumgold, shot in and around Las Cordovas, New Mexico.
...And Now Miguel (1953) -- (Movie Clip) My Mountains The opening of young Miguel's narration, in which it becomes clear no sound was recorded on location, from Joseph Krumgold's U.S.I.S. documentary ...And Now Miguel, 1953.
...And Now Miguel (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I Had to Wait Some picturesque work as Miguel narrates and discovers that rescuing the lost sheep doesn't earn him adult status, in the U.S.I.S documentary ...And Now Miguel, 1953.
...And Now Miguel (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Band of Sheep Kellogg's product placement as Miguel narrates the disappearance of some part of the flock, in Joseph Krumgold's 1953 U.S.I.S documentary ...And Now Miguel.