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The longest day

Language and/or Subtitles: English
French
Spanish
Format: DVD 2001
Availability: Available at 3 Libraries 3 of 4 copies
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Moon Township Public Library Audiovisual CLA LONGEST DVD 2599
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Summary
Re-enacts the military operation of D-Day from four points of view--the workings of the high commands of the American, English, French, and German forces in their battle scheme for Normandy. Largely filmed on actual invasion sites in France.
Additional Information
Subjects World War, 1939-1945 -- Drama.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- France -- Normandy -- Drama.
Normandy (France) -- History -- 20th century -- Drama.
War films.
Feature films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Publisher Beverly Hills, California :2001
Edition Widescreen.
Other Titles Longest day, June 6, 1944 D-Day.
Contributors Annakin, Ken, film director.
Marton, Andrew, 1904-1992, film director.
Wicki, Bernhard, 1919-2000, film director.
Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979, film producer.
Ryan, Cornelius, screenwriter.
Gary, Romain, screenwriter.
Jones, James, 1921-1977, screenwriter.
Pursall, David, screenwriter.
Seddon, Jack, 1924-2001, screenwriter.
Albert, Eddie, actor.
Anka, Paul, actor, composer (expression)
Arletty, 1898-1992, actor.
Barrault, Jean-Louis, 1910-1994, actor.
Beymer, Richard, 1939- actor.
Blech, Hans Christian, 1925-1993, actor.
Bourvil, 1917-1970, actor.
Burton, Richard, 1925-1984, actor.
Büttner, Wolfgang, 1912-1990, actor.
Buttons, Red, 1919-2006, actor.
Carton, Pauline, 1884-1974, actor.
Connery, Sean, actor.
Danton, Ray, 1931-1992, actor.
Demick, Irina, actor.
Dür, Fred, actor.
Fabian, 1943- actor.
Ferrer, Mel, actor.
Fonda, Henry, 1905-1982, actor.
Forrest, Steve, 1925-2013, actor.
Fröbe, Gert, 1913-1988, actor.
Genn, Leo, 1905-1978, actor.
Gregson, John, 1919-1975, actor.
Hartmann, Paul, 1889-1977, actor.
Helm, Peter, 1941- actor.
Hinz, Werner, 1903-1985, actor.
Houston, Donald, 1923-1991, actor.
Hunter, Jeffrey, 1925-1969, actor.
John, Karl, actor.
Jürgens, Curd, 1915-1982, actor.
Knox, Alexander, actor.
Lawford, Peter, 1923-1984, actor.
Ledoux, Fernand, 1897-1993, actor.
Marquand, Christian, 1927-2000, actor.
Martin, Dewey, 1923-2018 actor.
McDowall, Roddy, actor.
Medwin, Michael, 1923- actor.
Mineo, Sal, 1939-1976, actor.
Mitchum, Robert, actor.
More, Kenneth, 1914-1982, actor.
Munch, Richard, actor.
O'Brien, Edmond, 1915-1985, actor.
Phillips, Leslie, 1924- actor.
Preiss, Wolfgang, 1910-2002, actor.
Randell, Ron, 1918-2005, actor.
Renaud, Madeleine, 1900-1994, actor.
Rivière, Georges, 1920- actor.
Rossington, Norman, 1928-1999, actor.
Ryan, Robert, 1909-1973, actor.
Sands, Tommy, 1937- actor.
Segal, George, actor.
Servais, Jean, 1910-1976, actor.
Steiger, Rod, 1925-2002, actor.
Todd, Richard, 1919-2009, actor.
Tryon, Thomas, actor.
Eyck, Peter van, 1911-1969, actor.
Wagner, Robert, 1930- actor.
Wattis, Richard, actor.
Whitman, Stuart, actor.
Wilson, Georges, actor.
Wayne, John, 1907-1979, actor.
Miller, Mitch, arranger of music.
Jarre, Maurice, composer (expression)
Bourgoin, Jean, 1913-1991, director of photography.
Wottitz, Walter, director of photography.
Haworth, Ted, 1917-1993, art director.
Barsacq, Léon, 1906-1969, art director.
Korda, Vincent, 1896-1979, art director.
Beetley, Samuel E., editor of moving image work.
Ryan, Cornelius. Longest day, June 6, 1944 D-Day.
Darryl F. Zanuck Productions, production company.
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, production company.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc., film distributor.
Participants/Performers Eddie Albert, Paul Anka, Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Richard Beymer, Hans Christian Blech, Bourvil, Richard Burton, Wolfgang Büttner, Red Buttons, Pauline Carton, Sean Connery, Ray Danton, Irina Demich, Fred Dür, Fabian, Mel Ferrer, Henry Fonda, Steve Forrest, Gert Fröbe, Leo Genn, John Gregson, Paul Hartmann, Peter Helm, Werner Hinz, Donald Houston, Jeff Hunter, Karl John, Curt Jürgens, Alexander Knox, Peter Lawford, Fernand Ledoux, Christian Marquand, Dewey Martin, Roddy McDowall, Michael Medwin, Sal Mineo, Robert Mitchum, Kenneth More, Richard Münch, Edmond O'Brien, Leslie Phillips, Wolfgang Preiss, Ron Randell, Madeleine Renaud, Georges Riviere, Norman Rossington, Robert Ryan, Tommy Sands, George Segal, Jean Servais, Rod Steiger, Richard Todd, Tom Tryon, Peter Van Eyck, Robert Wagner, Richard Wattis, Stuart Whitman, Georges Wilson, John Wayne.
Other Contributors Thematic music by Paul Anka ; arrangement by Mitch Miller ; musical score composed and conducted by Maurice Jarre ; photography, Jean Bourgoin, Walter Wottitz ; art directors, Ted Aworth, Leon Barsacq, Vincent Korda ; editor, Samuel E. Beetley.
Audience Rated G.
Language English
French
Spanish
English (5.0 surround, Dolby surround) or French (Dolby surround) language soundtrack with optional subtitles in English and Spanish ; closed-captioned in English for the hearing impaired.
Notes Originally released as a motion picture in 1962.
Based on the book by Cornelius Ryan.
D-Day 50th Anniversary original black and white version of the motion picture, including the original Movietone News announcement of the invasion and the original movie trailer.
System Details DVD; NTSC; region 1; widescreen (2.35:1) format ; Dolby digital surround 5.0.
Description 1 videodisc (approximately 178 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
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