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A Warner vai lançar (nos EUA) um segundo box de filmes do Paul Newman inéditos em dvd, incluindo Rachel, Rachel.

 

 

Warner Home Video to Release More

 

Paul Newman Films on DVD February 17

 

Best Picture Oscar® Nominee Rachel, Rachel Leads

 

Five DVD Debuts Including The Silver Chalice, The Helen Morgan Story, The Outrage, When Time Ran Out

 

Burbank, Calif. November 3, 2008 – On February 17, just prior to the

81st Annual Academy Awards®, Warner Home Video (WHV) will again pay

tribute to Paul Newman with the DVD debut of Rachel, Rachel, the first

Newman-directed film, nominated for

 

4 Oscars® including Best Picture. Four other previously unavailable

titles from the actor’s varied career will also be released on DVD for

the first time: The Silver Chalice, The Helen Morgan Story, The

Outrage, and When Time Ran Out. All will be available as single discs

at the affordable price of $19.97 SRP each.

 

 

 

These new titles from The Paul Newman Film Series follow ten of

Newman’s outstanding films currently available from WHV -- seven

(Harper, The Drowning Pool, The Left-Handed Gun, Mackintosh Man, Pocket

Money, Somebody Up There Likes Me and The Young Philadelphians) in The

Paul Newman Collection; two (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Sweet Bird of

Youth) from the Tennessee Williams Collection and Cool Hand Luke

(Deluxe Edition), recently released on DVD and Blu-ray™ Hi-Def.

 

 

 

“Paul Newman left an unparalleled legacy, not only as an

actor/director, but as a human being,” said George Feltenstein, WHV’s

Senior Vice President Theatrical Catalog Marketing. “We’re proud to

have in our vast library so many films from his career which spans five

decades. Prior to his untimely passing, we had, in fact, planned to

release these five new films to follow up the ten we’ve already

released. The vast Warner library holds even more Newman films

including such favorites as The Prize, The Rack and Until They Sail,

and Newman fans can look forward to those on DVD in the not-too-distant

future.”

 

 

 

One of Hollywood’s most enduring and beloved superstars, Paul Newman

made his debut in The Silver Chalice in 1954, followed by his first

hit, Somebody Up There Likes Me, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and other

numerous successes, including The Hustler, Hud, and Butch Cassidy and

the Sundance Kid. Nominated nine times for a Best Actor Oscar®, he

finally won in 1987 for his performance in The Color of Money. Most

recently, Newman won an Emmy® and Golden Globe® for his role in the

2005 HBO mini-series “Empire Falls” and voiced the character Doc Hudson

in Cars.

 

 

 

He spent the end of his life primarily focused on philanthropic

interests with his wife of almost 50 years, actress Joanne Woodward.

His charitable giving was legendary, and for that he was honored with

the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1994. His line of food

products, Newman’s Own, whose profits are all donated to charity, have

resulted in over $200 million in donations to several causes, the most

famous of which is The Hole in the Wall Gang Camps for terminally ill

children.

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel, Rachel (1968)

 

Newman made his film directing debut directing Joanne Woodward in this

romantic drama based on Margaret Laurence’s novel, A Jest of God.

Rachel, Rachel was nominated for four Oscars®, including Best Picture,

Best Actress for Ms. Woodward, Supporting Actress for Estelle Parsons,

and screenplay (adapted) for Newman’s lifelong friend Stewart Stern.

Both Newman and Woodward also won Golden Globe® and New York Film

Critics Circle Awards for their work. The film is an

emotionally-charged story of a middle-aged spinster school teacher

(Woodward) who’s living a lonely existence with her widowed mother when

her life is turned upside down by the return of a man she hasn’t seen

since childhood.

 

 

 

Special features:

 

• Exhibitor footage from A Jest of God

 

• Trailer

 

 

 

 

 

The Silver Chalice (1954)

 

Not only was this Newman’s first film, it also marked the start of his

long-term contract with Warner Bros. He plays a 1st century Greek

sculptor who is sold into slavery, but escapes harm when his talent is

discovered and he is commissioned to create a replica of the chalice

Jesus drank from at The Last Supper. Nominated for two Academy Awards,®

(Cinematography, Musical Score),The Silver Chalice co-stars Pier

Angeli, Virginia Mayo and Jack Palance. Newman was embarrassed by his

performance and publicly apologized in an advertisement he placed in

the show business journal Variety.

 

 

 

 

 

The Helen Morgan Story (1957)

 

Michael Curtiz (Casablanca) directs this biopic based on the sad life

of singer Helen Morgan in the 1920s and ‘30s. The film stars Ann Blyth

in the title role, with Newman playing her no-good boyfriend Larry

Maddux. The hit tunes of the era are sung off-screen by Gogi Grant.

 

 

 

 

 

The Outrage (1964)

 

Based on Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon, this Western is directed by Martin

Ritt (Norma Rae) who directed Newman in five other films. Newman stars

as Juan Carrasco, a Mexican bandit who allegedly rapes the wife of a

man who allows the crime to happen. As the conflicting versions of the

events are told, the truth becomes increasingly elusive. A terrific

cast of classic actors includes Laurence Harvey, Claire Bloom and

Edward G. Robinson.

 

 

 

 

 

When Time Ran Out (1980)

 

One of the last of the disaster movies popular in the 1970s, this one

is about a volcano erupting on a Pacific island. Newman plays an oilman

who leads a small group of people to safety. The all-star cast includes

Jacqueline Bisset, William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Edward Albert, Red

Buttons and Veronica Hamel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Paul Newman Film Series

 

Street Date: February 17, 2009

 

Order Date: January 13, 2009

 

 

 

All films presented in Widescreen format

 

 

 

The Silver Chalice (Color)

 

Run Time: 142 minutes

 

1000045728 The Outrage (B&W)

 

Run Time: 97 minutes

 

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Rachel, Rachel (Color)

 

Run Time: 102 minutes

 

1000024329 The Helen Morgan Story (B&W)

 

Run Time: 118 minutes

 

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When Time Ran Out (Color)

 

Run Time: 121 minutes

 

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E nada da EE de Godzilla por aqui... Às vezes fico pensando que as distribuidoras estão muito mais interessadas em lançar as séries que produzem do que os filmes que estão no seu catálogo... Basta ver os lançamentos corriqueiros de séries e boxes com coletâneas, e por aí vai... Deprimente...

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Eu não entendo isso. O numero de lançamentos só vai diminuindo e piorando, e, no entanto, as séries não sofrem nada com isso, pelo contrário, cada vez mais séries estão sendo lançadas.

Até mesmo a Warner que cortou seu numero de lançamentos pela metade continua lançando o mesmo numero de boxes de séries todo mês.

 

 

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DVD Specs:

 

THE ROBE: SPECIAL EDITION DVD is presented in the “Fox CinemaScope

Version” widescreen format (2.55:1 aspect ratio) with English 5.1 Dolby

Surround, English 4.0 Dolby Surround and French Mono plus English and

Spanish subtitles. DVD bonus features content includes:

 

∆ Introduction by Martin Scorsese

 

∆ Commentary with Film Composer David Newman and Film Historians Jon Burlingame, Julie Kirgo and Nick Redman

 

∆ The Making of The Robe featurette

 

∆ The Music of The Robe: Alfred Newman’s Score isolated music track

 

∆ Still Galleries

 

∆ Interactive Pressbook

 

 

 

Blu-ray Disc Specs:

 

THE ROBE: SPECIAL EDITION Blu-ray Disc is authored in BD-J with AVEC

(MPEG 4) compression on a dual-layer 50GB disc presented in the “Fox

CinemaScope Version” widescreen format (2.55:1 aspect ratio) with

English 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio, English 4.0 Dolby Digital and

French/Portuguese Mono plus English, Spanish, Portuguese, Thai,

Cantonese, Mandarin and Korean subtitles. The BD includes all of the

above standard-def DVD special features, plus the following

BD-exclusive elements:

 

∆ Introduction by Martin Scorsese (in HD)

 

∆ Vintage Celebrity Introductions by Richard Widmark, Susan Hayworth, Robert Wagner, Clifton Webb and Dan Dailey

 

∆ The CinemaScope Story featurette

 

∆ From Scripture to Script: The Bible and Hollywood featurette

 

∆ BONUSVIEW picture-in-picture mode:

 

o The Robe Times Two: A Comparison of Widescreen and Standard Versions

 

o A Seamless Faith: The Real-Life Search for The Robe featurettes

 

§ Inspiration

 

§ The Clothes of Christ

 

§ Clothes in Biblical Times

 

§ Clothes of a King

 

§ A Seamless Garment

 

§ The Robe on Page & Screen

 

§ The Robe and Politics

 

§ The Robe in Our World

 

§ The Robe in France & Russia

 

§ History vs. Drama

 

∆ Audio Interview with Screenwriter Philip Dunne (1969)

 

∆ Movietone News

 

o CinemaScope Hailed by Public and Press

 

o Broadway Hails The Robe in CinemaScope

 

o The Robe (Christian Herald Award)

 

o Millionth Patron Sees The Robe

 

o CinemaScope and The Robe Win Oscars

 

∆ Trailers / TV Spots

 

∆ Poster Gallery / Lobby Cards

 

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Yentl

 

 

 

 

YENTL

 

EXTENDED DIRECTOR’S EDITION

 

 

 

Barbra Streisand’s Golden Globe Award-Winning Musical Odyssey Debuts

on 2-Disc DVD for the First Time

 

“The best directing debut since Citizen Kane!”

 

Steven Spielberg

 

 

The Yentl Extended Director’s Edition DVD is presented in widescreen

with English Dolby Surround 5.1 sound. Special features include:

 

 

 

Disc One:

 

· Streisand Introduction #1 (Anniversary & Collector’s Edition)

 

· Commentary with Barbra Streisand and Executive Producer Rusty Lemorande

 

(Anniversary & Collector’s Edition)

 

· 11 Deleted Scenes (Anniversary & Collector’s Edition)

 

Disc Two:

 

· Barbra Streisand’s Introduction to Disc 2 (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Barbra Streisand’s Original Concept Reel (Streisand Introduction included)

 

(Collector’s Edition)

 

· The Director’s Reed (Streisand Introduction included) (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Rehearsal/Final Film Comparisons (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Where is it Written? Rehearsal (Streisand Introduction included) (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Where is it Written? Rehearsal/Final Film Comparison (Collector’s Edition)

 

· No Wonder Rehearsal (Collector’s Edition)

 

· No Wonder Rehearsal/Final Film Comparison (Collector’s Edition)

 

· The Way He Makes Me Feel Rehearsal (Collector’s Edition)

 

· The Way He Makes Me Feel/Final Film Comparison (Collector’s Edition)

 

· No Wonder – Reprise Rehearsal (Collector’s Edition)

 

· No Wonder – Reprise Rehearsal/Final Film Comparison (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Tomorrow Night Rehearsal (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Tomorrow Night Rehearsal/Final Film Comparison (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Will Someone Ever Look at Me That Way? Rehearsal/Final Film Comparison

 

(Collector’s Edition)

 

· Storyboard Montages for Musical Numbers (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Deleted Number: The Moon and I (Streisand Introduction included) (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Deleted Number: Several Sins a Day (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Papa, Can You Hear Me? (Collector’s Edition)

 

· A Piece of Sky (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Tomorrow Night (Collector’s Edition)

 

· Teaser Trailer

 

· Theatrical Trailer

 

· Photo Gallery

 

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Yentl

 

 

 

 

YENTL

 

EXTENDED DIRECTOR’S EDITION

 

 

 

Barbra Streisand’s Golden Globe Award-Winning Musical Odyssey Debuts

on 2-Disc DVD for the First Time

 

“The best directing debut since Citizen Kane!”

 

Steven Spielberg

 

Spielberg, meu Mestre, devo confiar em tua tão generosa opinião ? 06

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De novo:

 

Mary Poppins 45th Anniversary Edition

 

 

BONUS FEATURES

 

 

 

Backstage Disney

 

Disney on Broadway

 

 

 

• Mary Poppins from Page to Stage —First a beloved children’s book,

then a classic movie and now a smash hit Broadway musical! Fans can

follow the story of Mary Poppins from page to stage as the creative

team and cast prepare to take the long running show on tour.

 

 

 

• Step in Time—The Broadway cast of Mary Poppins performs the never-before-filmed

 

number “Step in Time” from the show.

 

 

 

• Step in Time – A downloadable MP3 featuring the Broadway cast of Mary

Poppins singing “Step in Time,” featuring Ashley Brown as Mary Poppins

and Gavin Lee as Bert.

 

• Video Intro By Scenic & Costume Designer, Bob Crowley

 

 

 

• Bob Crowley’s Design Galleries—Concept art, costume designs, set designs and set

 

models for the Broadway musical

 

 

 

• Audio Commentary—Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Karen Dotrice and Richard Sherman recall the making of Mary Poppins.

 

 

 

• Poppins Pop-Up Fun Facts—Select this option and fun-filled facts

about the creation of this classic film pop up during viewing.

 

 

 

• Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: The Making of Mary Poppins—The

definitive behind-the- scenes look at how this unique and beloved film

came into being.

 

 

 

• Movie Magic—A look at the special effect techniques used to bring the magical world of

 

Mary Poppins to life.

 

 

 

• The Gala World Premiere—Footage from the Red Carpet.

 

 

 

• Dick Van Dyke Make-Up Test

 

 

 

• Trailers, Ads and More from the Original Release and Reissue of the Film

 

 

 

• Mary Poppins Still Art Galleries

 

 

 

Music & More

 

 

 

• Disney’s Song Selection—The whole family can sing along to “A Spoonful of Sugar,”

 

“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and any of the film’s other

memorable songs as the lyrics pop up on screen. Each song can be

selected separately or while watching the film.

 

 

 

• Magical Musical Reunion—Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke and songwriter

Richard Sherman eminisce about making Mary Poppins and the music that

makes it so special.

 

 

 

• A Musical Journey with Richard Sherman —A delightful magical journey

through some of the film’s locations with co-composer Richard Sherman,

who reveals surprising secrets about the music of Mary Poppins along

the way.

 

 

 

Bonus Short

 

• The Cat That Looked at a King—Live action and animation bring a

chapter of P.L. Travers’ Mary Poppins Opens the Door to life! Julie

Andrews takes viewers into a magical animated world created in the

style of the whimsical chalk drawings in Mary Poppins.

 

 

 

Deleted Song

 

• “Chimpanzoo”—A reconstruction of a song that did not appear in the

movie using original storyboard and concept art, accompanied by a new

rendition of the song performed by co- composer Richard Sherman.

 

 

 

Mary Poppins 45th Anniversary Edition has a suggested retail price of $29.99 (U.S.) and $35.99

 

(Canada).

 

 

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Warner Home Video has announced Deluxe DVD ($19.97) and Blu-ray ($34.99) releases of Falling Down

which stars Michael Douglas. Each will be available to own from the

26th May. Extras will include an audio commentary by Michael Douglas

and Director Joel Schumacher, a Deconstructing D-Fens: A Conversation

with Michael Douglas featurette, and the theatrical trailer. The

Blu-ray release will also include an additional collectible book full

of fascinating photos, film facts, and insider info. Art is attached:

 

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MNa remota possibilidade do BD ter legendas em português eu meto certo...

 

 

Não é tão remota assim. Destes digibooks lançados pela Warner, ou seja, “Bonnie and Clyde”, “Natural Born Killers”, “How the West Was Won”, “Poltergeist”, “JFK”, “Dirty Harry”, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” e "The Shawshank Redemption", apenas o "JFK" e o "Bonnie e Clyde" não têm legendas em português.

 

 

 

Em breve, saem “Amadeus” e o primeiro “The Matrix”. Este sabemos que tem, o outro ainda não é certo, mas tomara que sim.

 

 

 

Em resumo, a chance de ter é um pouco maior do que a de não ter. Esperemos e torçamos enquanto isso.

 

 

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Buena Vista Home Entertainment has announced 3-disc DVD ($32.99) and 2-disc Blu-ray ($39.99) collector's editions of No Country for Old Men

for the 7th April. Each will include featurettes (Making Of No Country

For Old Men, Working with the Coens, The Diary of A Country Sheriff), a

treasure trove of in-depth interviews and conversations with the Coen

Brothers, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem, and a digital

copy of the film. We've attached the official region one package

artwork below:

 

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Warner Home Video has announced plans to release all 4 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

films on DVD and Blu-ray this August. We don't have any details on

extra material for either release yet I'm afraid, but as soon as we

hear anything - we'll let you know. Stay tuned. For now though, here's

the artwork:

 

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CLEOPATRA 75TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

Nominated for five Academy Awards® including Best Picture, Cleopatra is classic DeMillean spectacle. Claudette Colbert stars as the cunning Queen of the Nile, with Warren William as Julius Caesar and Henry Wilcoxon as Marc Antony. Featuring a digitally remastered picture and all-new bonus features, Cleopatra 75th Anniversary Edition is a stunning tribute to one of the most breathtaking motion pictures ever made.

BONUS FEATURES:

• CLAUDETTE COLBERT: QUEEN OF THE SILVER SCREEN: An
insightful bio of one of the most popular movie stars of the 1930s and 1940s!
• CECIL B. DEMILLE: HOLLYWOOD’S EPIC DIRECTOR: A documentary
on one of the greatest showmen in Hollywood history.
• FORBIDDEN FILM: THE PRODUCTION CODE ERA: A featurette on the
“Pre-Code Hollywood” era in which filmmakers had no rules.
• FEATURE COMMENTARY: With filmmaker F.X. Feeney.
• THEATRICAL TRAILER: The original promotional trailer for the theatrical
release.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

Street date: April 7, 2009
Selection number: 61106005
Price: SRP $29.98
Running Time: 1 Hour 42 Minutes
Layers: Dual Layer
Aspect Ratio: Full Frame 1.33.1
Rating: Not Rated
Languages/Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish and French Subtitle
Sound: Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono
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Paramount Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of a further two titles as part of their Centennial Collection.

 

Arriving on 19th May 2009 are two westerns starring John Wayne - El Dorado and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

 

 

 

Aside from the theatrical trailers, extras on these Centennial

Collection releases are all-new to these editions. Features are

outlined below...

 

 

 

El Dorado

  • Mono audio
  • Commentary by Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich
  • Ride, Boldly Ride: The Journey to El Dorado
  • Commentary with critic and film historian Richard Schickel featuring actor Ed Asner and author Todd McCarthy
  • The Artist and the American West (1967) - Vintage Featurette
  • Behind the Gates: AC Remembers John Wayne
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Galleries
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
  • Mono & 5.1 audio
  • The Size of Legends, The Soul of Myth
  • Commentary by Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich along with his archival recordings with John Ford, John Wayne and James Stewart
  • Selected Scene Commentary with intro by Dan Ford along with his archival recordings with John Ford, James Stewart and Lee Marvin
  • Galleries
  • Original Theatrical Trailer

E um que saiu pela primeira vez nos EUA foi Ironweed, do Babenco:

 

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WOODSTOCK Ultimate Collector’s Edition DVD Contents:

 

 

Disc One

 

· Film (Director’s Cut), Part 1 128:38 min

 

· The Museum at Bethel Woods: The Story of the Sixties & Woodstock

 

 

 

Disc Two

 

· Film (Director’s Cut), Part 2 95:34 min

 

 

 

Disc Three

 

· Woodstock: Untold Stories 18 Performances as never before seen

 

· Woodstock: From Festival to Feature Interviews of the sights and

sounds of the 3 day event, from concert goers, promoters, crew and

musicians

 

 

 

Blu-ray Hi-Def Exclusive:

 

· Customize Your Own Woodstock Playlist (from the18 bonus performances)

 

o This feature allows you to customize your own personal jukebox

playlist from more than a dozen live Woodstock performances as never

before seen.

 

 

 

· BD-Live features include Media Center, My WB Commentary, & Live Community Screening

 

o Media Center is a hub for trailers, features and content

 

§ You can get sneak peeks of upcoming Warner Bros. films, and rate trailers

 

§ You can access to Exclusive Content such as interviews, featurettes, and more only seen through WB BD-Live

 

§ You can access Photo Galleries and other special features

 

 

 

o Live Community Screenings allow you to send invitations to fans and

friends across the country for virtual screenings at a specified time

and chat online with each other as the movie plays on each person’s

Blu-ray player. You can host your own Live Community Screening with

your buddy list or participate in a WB hosted Warner Bros. BD-Live

community event

 

 

 

 

 

o My WB Commentary lets you record and post a Picture-in-Picture

commentary right over the film, then share it and rate it. Using a

web-camera, you can record your own comments and play them back as a

Picture-in-Picture feature over the film scene you have chosen and

share it with your friends or the entire Warner Bros. BD-Live Community

 

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Universal Home Video has announced DVD ($29.98) and Blu-ray ($39.98) releases of Do the Right Thing

for the 30th June. The 20th Anniversary Edition will include commentary

by Director Spike Lee, Cinematographer Ernest Dickerson, Production

Designer Wynn Thomas, and Actor Joie Lee, a 20th Anniversary Edition

commentary by Director Spike Lee, deleted and extended scenes, a

retrospective documentary, a Riot Sequence storyboard gallery,

trailers, and more. The DVD artwork is attached:

 

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Blu-ray Disc Specs:

 

The Diary of Anne Frank 50th Anniversary Edition BD release is

presented in widescreen format (2.35:1 aspect ratio) with English 5.1

DTS HD Master Audio, Spanish Mono and French 5.0 Dolby Digital with

English, French and Spanish subtitles. Bonus features include:

 

· Audio commentary with George Stevens Jr. and Millie Perkins (Anne Frank)

 

· ALL NEW Introduction: George Stevens Jr. and World War II

 

· ALL NEW The Making of The Diary of Anne Frank: A Son’s Memories

 

· ALL NEW The Diary of Anne Frank: Memories from Millie Perkins and Diane Baker (Margot Frank)

 

· ALL NEW Shelley Winters and The Diary of Anne Frank

 

· ALL NEW The Score of The Diary of Anne Frank – a look at the legendary composer Alfred Newman

 

· ALL NEW The Diary of Anne Frank: Correspondence - Letters between

George Stevens and his son written during the making of the film

 

· ALL NEW Fox Legacy with Tom Rothman

 

· Diary of Anne Frank: Echoes from the Past

 

· Diary of Anne Frank: Excerpt from “George Stevens: A Filmmaker’s Journey”

 

· George Stevens Press Conference

 

· Millie Perkins Screen Test

 

· Movietone News:

 

o Millie Perkins, To Be Anne Frank in Film of Diary

 

o Nobel Peace Prize to Belgian Priest

 

o Anne Frank Diary Star Readies For Film’s 1st Nights

 

o Academy Award Highlights

 

o Millie Perkins Visits the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

 

o Brilliant Turnout For L.A. Premiere Anne Frank Diary

 

· Theatrical Trailer

 

· International Trailer

 

· Interactive Pressbook Gallery

 

· Behind-the-scenes Gallery

 

 

 

DVD Specs:

 

The Diary of Anne Frank 50th Anniversary Edition DVD release is

presented in widescreen format (2.35:1 aspect ratio) with English 5.1

Dolby Digital Sound, Spanish Mono and French 4.0 Dolby Surround with

English, French and Spanish subtitles. Bonus features include:

 

· Audio commentary with George Stevens Jr. and Millie Perkins (Anne Frank)

 

· ALL NEW Introduction: George Stevens Jr. and World War II

 

· ALL NEW The Making of The Diary of Anne Frank: A Son’s Memories

 

· ALL NEW The Diary of Anne Frank: Memories from Millie Perkins and Diane Baker (Margot Frank)

 

· ALL NEW Shelley Winters and The Diary of Anne Frank

 

· ALL NEW The Score of The Diary of Anne Frank – a look at the legendary composer Alfred Newman

 

· ALL NEW The Diary of Anne Frank: Correspondence - Letters between

George Stevens and his son written during the making of the film

 

· ALL NEW Fox Legacy with Tom Rothman

 

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Reparem que o Blu-Ray tem muito mais extras que o dvd.

 

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INTERNACIONAL

 

Quem não se interessa, pule.

 

Futuros lançamentos Criterion:

 

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Repulsion

Roman Polanski

1965

105 minutes

Black and White

1.85:1

English

 

Roman Polanski followed up his international breakthrough Knife in the Water

with this controversial, chilling tale of psychosis, starring Catherine

Deneuve as Carol, a fragile, frigid young beauty cracking up over the

course of a terrifying weekend.

 

 

28 Jul 2009

 

Criterion

DVD

1 Disc

SRP: $39.95

 

Criterion Store Price

$31.96

 

 

 

 

 

480

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The Human Condition

Masaki Kobayashi

1959

574 minutes

Black and White

2.35:1

Japanese

 

Masaki

Kobayashi’s mammoth humanist drama is one of the most staggering

achievements of Japanese cinema. A raw indictment of its nation’s

wartime mentality as well as a personal existential tragedy,

Kobayashi’s riveting, gorgeously filmed epic is novelistic cinema at

its best.

 

 

14 Jul 2009

 

Criterion

DVD

4 Discs

SRP: $79.95

 

Criterion Store Price

$63.96

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Made in U.S.A

Jean-Luc Godard

1966

86 minutes

Color

2.35:1

French

 

Like a Looney Tunes rendition of The Big Sleep

gone New Wave, this chaotic crime thriller and acidly funny critique of

consumerism features Anna Karina as the most brightly dressed private

investigator in film history, searching for a former lover who might

have been assassinated.

 

 

 

21 Jul 2009

 

Criterion

DVD

1 Disc

SRP: $29.95

 

Criterion Store Price

$23.96

 

 

 

 

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