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The Elia Kazan Collection (2010, original release: 2010)

Call Number DVD/DRAMA/ELIA Part 1

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MoviesDVD/DRAMA/ELIA Part 1Available
MoviesDVD/DRAMA/ELIA Part 2Available
Published: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, [2010] ©2010
Edition:  Widescreen
Description:  18 videodiscs (approximately 1785 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in
Language:  English

A letter to Elia includes special feature, reflecting on Kazan

Elia Kazan book written by David M. Gillen

Extras: Reflecting on Kazan; commentaries; making-of featurettes; more

A tree grows in Brooklyn: Dorothy McGuire, James Dunn, Peggy Ann Garner

Boomerang!: Dana Andrews

Gentleman's agreement: Gregory Peck

Pinky: Jeanne Crain

Panic in the streets: Richard Widmark, Jack Palance

A streetcar named Desire: Vivien Leigh, Karl Malden, Kim Hunter, Marlon Brando

Viva Zapata!: Marlon Brando, Anthony Quinn

Man on a tightrope: Frederic March

On the waterfront: Marlon Brando, Lee J. Cobb, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Steiger, Karl Malden

East of Eden: James Dean

Baby doll: Karl Malden, Carroll Baker, Eli Wallach

A face in the crowd: Andy Griffith

Wild river: Montgomery Clift, Jo Van Fleet, Lee Remick

Splendor in the grass: Warren Beatty, Natalie Wood, Pat Hingle

America, America: Stathis Giallelis

In A letter to Elia, Martin Scorsese directs and narrates a full-length documentary on the life of director Elia Kazan; also included are 15 films directed by Elia Kazan selected by Martin Scorsese

"A tree grows in Brooklyn" and "A streetcar named desire" rated by the MPAA, PG. The rest of the movies, not rated by the MPAA

DVD ; NTSC, region 1; Dolby digital

In English; some films also in French or Spanish ; with optional subtitles in English (SDH), French or Spanish ; On the waterfront also has optional subtitles in Chinese, Korean, Portuguese or Thai

A letter to Elia A tree grows in Brooklyn Boomerang! Gentleman's agreement Pinky Panic in the streets A streetcar named Desire Viva Zapata! Man on a tightrope On the waterfront East of Eden Baby doll A face in the crowd Wild river Splendor in the grass America, America Part 1. (60 min. : 2010) / (129 min. : 1945) -- (88 min. : 1947) -- (118 min. : 1947) -- (101 min. : 1949) -- (96 min. : 1950) -- (125 min. : 1951) -- (93 min. : 1952) -- Part 2. (105 min. : 1953) -- (108 min. : 1954) -- (118 min. : 1955) -- (115 min. : 1956) -- (126 min. : 1957) -- (110 min. : 1960) -- (124 min. : 1961) -- (168 min. : 1963) Sikelia Productions ; Far Hills Pictures ; written and directed by Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones -- Related Searches:
Kazan, Elia.
Motion picture producers and directors -- Biography. -- United States
Fiction films.
Drama films.
Feature films.
Documentary films.
Biographical films.
Nonfiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added--20110705 advd

Additional Credits:
Scorsese, Martin, director, narrator
Gillen, David M.
Sikelia Productions.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.

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