Corliss Lamont: Renegade Patriot
Several years ago, Corliss Lamont's Grandson, Jonathan Heap, a Hollywood feature film director, shot a 16mm film about his grandfather called Corliss Lamont: Renegade Patriot. The film exists only in rough cut form, but presented here is a six-minute video clip from the film, along with a transcription of the dialogue.
RealNetworks™ RealPlayer® or RealPlayer Plus™ Version 5 or better is required in order to play this file. If you don't already have a copy of one of these products installed on your system, you may download RealPlayer for free from http://www.real.com/realplayer.
The bandwidth required in order to properly stream this clip is 34 kbps, so you'll need a "56k modem" (V.92, V.90, K56Flex, or x2) or faster Internet connection.
|If your browser supports the RealVideo plug-in (Content-Type audio/x-pn-realaudio-plugin) or Microsoft ActiveX control, just click on the Play button within the embedded Player below to see the file. For browsers which don't support controls or plug-ins, or if the control or plug-in is not installed, use the text link to launch the external Player program (Content-Type audio/x-pn-realaudio).|
|Transcription of Dialogue|
As an alternate file format, we've also provided a low bit rate (288 kbps), small frame size (160 x 120), film frame rate (24 fps) MPEG-1 System Stream (ISO/IEC 11172-1) file (Content-Type video/mpeg). The MPEG file is 13,501,011 bytes in size and is therefore most suitable for downloading if you have a high-speed Internet connection, or if you wish to save a copy of the file to your system for future use. Use this link to download rp.mpg.
|To download and save the MPEG file: Simply right-click (Windows) or Control-click or click-and-hold (Macintosh) on the link above and in the small pop-up context menu window which appears choose "Save Target As..." or "Save Link As...". This will bring up the file save dialog wherein you can specify the filename and location on your local hard disk where you want to save a copy of the file. Be sure to save it with an extension of '.mpg' or '.mpeg', whichever is appropriate for your operating system.|
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