The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by Irving Cummings and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Kenneth Macgowan.
Ameche, Young, and Fonda tell... The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939)By Michaela on Jan 3, 2016 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood
When you read the words "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell," if you haven't seen it, you probably think "This sounds terrible." I mean, it must be a stuffy, fact-stretching, superficial account of a man who is suddenly deemed faultless and highly moral, right? Well, you'd be partially correct. Like... Read full article
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Thomas Watson: Yes, Ma'am, a vulture.
Alexander Graham Bell: Mr. Watson, come here, I want you!
Alexander Graham Bell: ...shall the lonely scientist, the man who dreams, and out of his dreams benefits the world, is he, that often half-starved, lonely little man, to be told the world has no need of him the moment his work is done?
Alexander Graham Bell: Is he to be told that others, less gifted, but stronger, men with money and power behind them, are waiting to take the product of his genius and turn it to their own uses? -leaving him with liar and thief branded on his brow as his only reward? Do that, and you stop the clock of progress. You smother the spark of genius that lies hidden here and there throughout the world. Do that, and the world stands still.
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onMay 14, 1945 with Don Ameche reprising his film role.
After the film was released, the telephone was commonly called the "Ameche", a slang term referring to actor Don Ameche who played the telephone's inventor. This association is explained in the film Ball of Fire, showing the term was still in use two years after the release of the original film.
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