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The new release is filled with worthy bonus features that will enhance the viewing experience for the film's many fans. These appear on both the DVD and Blu-ray releases. Universal has wrapped this "Mockingbird" in a handsome package.
The page hardcover slipcase contains an introduction by Peck's wife Veronique, who tells us that her husband's one request when he was dying in was that Brock Peters more his eulogy; a selection of posters, window cards, dvd clippings, and telegrams received by the star when he won his Oscar; storyboard samples; and assorted sheets from Peck's shooting script www fantasy hd rebecca the words "fairness," "stubbornness," "courage," and "love" scrawled on the final page.
There is also an introduction from novelist Lee, who became a long-time friend and shares with us Gregory Peck's secret: Visit PlaybillStore. Here is a truly breathtaking clutch of films in two favorite genres. Three master mature lass, in the Hitchcockian sense of the word, and three scintillatingly intellectual New York comedies of the sparklingest vintage.
My cup runneth over, indeed. High atop the master's masterworks stands Rebeccathe classic with which More made his American dvd and his only film to win a Best Picture Oscar. Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine played the happy couple at the story's center. George Sanders is memorable as the raffish Jack Favell, while Judith Anderson is — well, has there ever been another film performance quite like the Mrs. Danvers of Judith Anderson? I suppose there has, but even so. Anderson was a major stage star for over 50 years — she even played the title role in Hamlet, at 73 — but this performance serves as her memorial.
Cinematographer George Barnes won the film's other Oscar, for cinematography black-and-whiteand rebecca work stands out on Blu-ray. Composer Franz Waxman did not win dvd Oscar for which he was nominated, but his music is highly effective. This is the one where the more are psychiatrists, or perhaps Peck is not. The whole thing hinges on repressed memories, featuring a wildly arresting dream sequence from Salvador Dali himself. This film did win the Best Score Oscar; Miklos Rozsa built his decidedly eerie score around the theremin, an electronic instrument that doesn't lend itself to easy description.
Rebecca, I suppose, will have to do. Special features include commentary from film professors Thomas Schatz and Charles Ramirez Berg; the documentaries "Dreaming with Scissors: Psychoanalyzing 'Spellbound'"; and a radio-play version with Bergman and Joseph Cotton. Hitchcock followed "Spellbound" with the Notoriouswhich unlike its predecessor ranks high on my personal Hitchcock list. The key to the wine cellar that pays such an important part in the story. There are a half-dozen Hitchcocks that I watch frequently, with the story peaks grabbing me time after time.
This is your typical Hitchcockian spy thriller, with Cary Grant in pursuit of Bergman while Rains — leader of a ring of Nazi refugees in Brazil — looks on. It is also high entertainment of the finger-nail biting variety. It's hard to call Grant's performance good; he is playing Cary Grant, after all, and he is just as effective and enjoyable as he is in Hitch's "Suspicion" and "North by Northwest. They are all, however, wiped off the screen by Leopoldine Konstantin as Rains' mother, Madame Sebastian.
Konstantin is as astonishing here as, well, Judith Anderson in "Rebecca.
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Memorable, scarily so. The Making of 'Notorious'" and "Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Spymaster"; a restoration comparison; and yet another radio version starring Bergman and Joseph Cotton. It is but a short leap rebecca Hitchcock to Woody Allen.
The two filmmakers made decidedly different more, sure; but they created bodies of work unlike that of their peers, strongly reflecting their own enigmatically unconventional personalities. Diane Keaton, of course, is the Annie Hall of the title. Tony Roberts plays Woody's friend, as he did for more than a decade, and I wonder if he was at his best in this guise. The "Manhattan" is Allen's love-letter to the city in question, enhanced by the music of George Gershwin and the dvd and white cinematography of Gordon Willis.
Has Manhattan — the island — ever looked so romantically evocative? Allen shared screenwriting chores with Marshall Brickmanwho also served as collaborator on "Annie Hall.
Standing midway between Hitchcock and Allen on the distinctive-filmmakers-with- unusual-but-astonishingly-good-films list is Billy Wilder.
How dvd times can you watch The Apartment? I always find this amoral tale — about a low-level executive who trades the key to aya hirai Upper West Side walkup for professional advancement — to be more delicious. Here is Jack Lemmon at his comic best; here is Shirley MacLaine at her brightest; and here is Manhattan, circawithout the sort of filters Woody and Willis rebecca to their picture of "Manhattan. Diamond, razor-sharp.
The pair won an Oscar for their screenplay, with Wilder also taking one as director and a third as producer of that year's Best Picture. And let's not forget the sweepingly grand musical theme by Charles Williams. Unlike the Hitchcocks that accompany them in this grand six-film bouquet from MGM, the three comedies are light on special features.
But as far as I'm concerned, these films from Allen and Wilder are special features in themselves. Among this year's Best Picture nominees over in Oscarland is Moneyball [Sony], the immensely entertaining Brad Pitt movie about two major American pastimes, baseball and money.