|Other author/creator||Bockhorst, Paul screenwriter, producer, director, film editor.|
|Other author/creator||Doyle, Richard, narrator.|
|Other author/creator||Bosley, Edward R.|
|Other author/creator||Makinson, Randell L., 1932-|
|Other author/creator||Clark, Robert Judson.|
|Other author/creator||Smith, Bruce, 1950-|
|Other author/creator||Paul Bockhorst Productions.|
|Other author/creator||Society of Architectural Historians. Southern California Chapter.|
||Greene and Greene : the art of architecture
||During the heyday of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America, Charles and Henry Greene took an intensely artistic approach to the design of houses and interiors, creating some of the most beautiful residences in the history of domestic architecture. This film chronicles the lives of these remarkable brothers, featuring more than fifteen residences and exploring the Greenes' passionate interest in creating fully planned living environments. Woodwork, furniture, lighting fixtures, tile, rugs and art glass are all included.
|Credits||Photography, Ron Deveaux ; original music, Paul Morehouse ; editor, Paul Bockhorst.|
||Narrator: Richard Doyle ; commentary: Edward Bosley, Randell Makinson, Robert Judson Clark, Bruce Smith.
|Genre/form||Video recordings for the hearing impaired.|