Music score on records
"Symphony Of The Village: Bert Seckendorf and his Cine Special camera have caught the colorful activities of Greenwich Village in one of the best color documentaries on this subject made to date. This famed New York spot, with its renowned artists, artisans and craftsmen, is revealed in all its gay, Bohemian color as the camera chronicles the activities of sidewalk artists, potters, ceramists, wood carvers and makers of novelty jewelry. The excellent titling knits together all the scenes and sequences into another top-notch picture for which this filmer has become famous in amateur circles." American Cinematographer, May. 1951, 190-2.
Discussed in "What Others are Shooting" (Home Movies, Dec. 1950, 502, 520).
The film won the grand prize of $25 and a trophy in the Mineola State Fair amateur film contest of 1950 (The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sept. 21, 1950, 13).
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