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A Place to Live

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Director  Irving Lerner
Music director  David Diamond
Country  United States
5.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Documentary, Short
Producer  Irving Lerner
Language  English
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Release date  1941
Writer  David Forrest (narration), Muriel Rukeyser (narration), Muriel Rukeyser (scenario)
Cast  Frieda N. Blank, Bill Watts, William Kesselring
Screenplay  Muriel Rukeyser, David Forrest
Similar movies  Related Irving Lerner movies

A place to live 1941


A Place to Live is a 1941 documentary film directed by Irving Lerner and produced by the Philadelphia Housing Association, a nonprofit affordable housing advocacy group. The film was designed to call attention to inner city squalor in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by focusing on a child’s journey from school to his family’s cramped and squalid apartment in a rat-infested slum neighborhood.

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A Place to Live was nominated for the 1941 Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject.

The Academy Film Archive preserved A Place to Live in 2007.

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A Place to Live Wikipedia
A Place to Live IMDb A Place to Live themoviedb.org


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