Forbidden Hollywood collection. Volume three
|Language and/or Subtitles:||English|
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SummaryOther men's women: A railroad engineer falls for the wife of one of his co-workers.
The purchase price: A torch singer on the lam becomes a farmer's mail-order bride.
Frisco Jenny: A district attorney unknowingly prosecutes his own mother for murder.
Midnight Mary: An abused orphan becomes involved in a life of crime.
Heroes for sale: An injured World War I veteran fights drug addiction while trying to make his way in the business world.
Wild boys of the road: During the Depression, three homeless youths hop a freight train and travel across the U.S. looking for work.
Wild Bill, Hollywood maverick: A documentary film that explores the life and career of American film director William A. Wellman.
William A. Wellman: A documentary which describes the life and films of American director Willam A. Wellman. Includes live interviews with Wellman himself.
Contentsdisc 1. Other men's women / a Warner Bros. and Vitaphone picture ; directed by William A. Wellman (70 min.) ; The purchase price / a Warner Bros. and Vitaphone picture ; directed by William A. Wellman (68 min.)
disc 2. Frisco Jenny / a First National and Vitaphone picture ; directed by William A. Wellman (70 min.) ; Midnight Mary / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents ; directed by William A. Wellman ; original story by Anita Loos ; screenplay by Gene Markey and Kathryn Scola (74 min.)
disc 3. Heroes for sale / a First National and Vitaphone picture ; directed by William A. Wellman (71 min.) ; Wild boys of the road / a First National and Vitaphone picture ; directed by William A. Wellman (68 min.)
disc 4. Wild Bill, Hollywood maverick / Turner presents ; produced by Kenneth A. Carlson ; written and directed by Todd Robinson (94 min.) ; William A. Wellman / Turner Classic Movies presents ; a Lorac production ; directed, written & produced by Richard Schickel (58 min.).
Wellman, William A.,
Railroads -- United States -- Employees -- Drama.
Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- United States -- Drama.
Mail order brides -- North Dakota -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships -- North Dakota -- Drama.
Brothels -- United States -- Drama.
Public prosecutors -- United States -- Drama.
Women -- Conduct of life -- Drama.
Trials (Murder) -- United States -- Drama.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Veterans -- United States -- Drama.
Morphine abuse -- United States -- Drama.
Homeless youth -- United States -- Drama.
Depressions -- 1929 -- United States -- Drama.
Motion picture producers and directors -- United States -- Biography.
Motion pictures -- Production and direction -- United States.
Motion pictures -- United States.
Motion picture industry -- United States -- History.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Burbank, CA :Warner Home Video,2009
|Other Titles|| Men who made the movies (Television program)
Toomey, Regis, 1898-1991.
Astor, Mary, 1906-1987.
MacDonald, J. Farrell, 1875-1952.
Kohler, Fred, 1905-1969.
Cagney, James, 1899-1986.
Stanwyck, Barbara, 1907-1990.
Brent, George, 1904-1979.
Chatterton, Ruth, 1893-1961.
Calhern, Louis, 1895-1956.
Young, Loretta, 1913-2000.
Cortez, Ricardo, 1899-1977.
Devine, Andy, 1905-1977.
Merkel, Una, 1903-1986.
Barthelmess, Richard, 1895-1963.
MacMahon, Aline, 1899-1991.
Westcott, Gordon, 1903-1935.
Darro, Frankie, 1918-1976.
Coonan, Dorothy, 1913-2009.
Hudson, Rochelle, 1916-1972.
Phillips, Edwin, 1911-1981.
Hovey, Ann, 1911-2007.
Hohl, Arthur, 1889-1964.
Baldwin, Alec, 1958-
Wagner, Robert, 1930-
Bell, David A., 1954-
Wellman, William A., 1896-1975.
Loos, Anita, 1893-1981.
Markey, Gene, 1895-1980.
Wellman, William A., 1937-
Carlson, Kenneth A.
Robinson, Todd, 1958-
Turner Entertainment Co.
Turner Classic Movies (Firm)
Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967)
First National Pictures, Inc.
Turner Classic Movies (Firm)
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Other men's women: Grant Withers, Regis Toomey, Mary Astor, J. Farrell MacDonald, Fred Kohler, Joan Blondell, James Cagney.
The purchase price: Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent, Lyle Talbot.
Frisco Jenny: Ruth Chatterton, Louis Calhern.
Midnight Mary: Loretta Young, Ricardo Cortez, Franchot Tone, Andy Devine, Una Merkel.
Heroes for sale: Richard Barthelmess, Aline MacMahon, Loretta Young, Gordon Westcott.
Wild boys of the road: Frankie Darro, Dorothy Coonan, Rochelle Hudson, Edwin Phillips, Ann Hovey, Arthur Hohl.
Wild Bill, Hollywood maverick: narrator, Alec Baldwin.
William A. Wellman: narrator, Robert Wagner.
Wild Bill, Hollywood maverick: editor, Leslie Jones ; music, David Bell.
William A. Wellman: cinematographer, John A. Morrill ; editor, Bryan McKenzie.
In English; with optional French subtitles and optional English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired (SDH).
Title from container.
Other men's women originally released as a motion picture in 1931; The purchase price originally released as a motion picture in 1932; Frisco Jenny, Midnight Mary, Heroes for sale, and Wild boys of the road originally released as motion pictures in 1933; Wild Bill, Hollywood maverick originally released in 1995; William A. Wellman originally produced in 1973 as an episode of the public television documentary series The men who made the movies.
Special features: Disc 1: The Wall Street mystery (S.S. Van Dine detective short); Moonlight for two and You don't know what you're doin! (2 classic cartoons); theatrical trailers. Disc 2: Commentary on Midnight Mary by historians Jeffrey Vance and Tony Maietta; The studio murder mystery (S.S. Van Dine detective short); Goofy movies #1 (vinatge Pete Smith short); Bosko's parlor pranks (classic cartoon); theatrical trailers. Disc 3: Commentary on Heroes for sale by historian John Gallagher; commentary on Wild boys of the road by William Wellman, Jr. and historian Frank Thompson; The trans-Atlantic mystery (S.S. Van Dine detective short); One step ahead of my shadow and Sittin' on a backyard fence (2 classic cartoons); theatrical trailers.
DVD; region 1; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; dual-layer format; Dolby Digital mono.
4 videodiscs (573 min.) : sound, black and white and color ; 4 3/4 in.