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The Claudette Colbert collection.

Author: Elliott NugentFrank LloydWesley RugglesErnst LubitschMitchell LeisenAll authors
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, [2009] ©2009.
Series: Universal backlot series.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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(Three-cornered moon, 1933) Laughter is the best medicine in tough times, and that is certainly the case for Elizabeth and her three brothers who are forced to find work after their eccentric family's fortune is lost. (Maid of Salem, 1937) Inspired by the true-life Salem witch trials, an independent young woman is accused of casting evil spells by the Puritan townsfolk during one of the most notorious periods in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comedy films
Romantic comedy films
Film adaptations
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Feature films
Drama
Teatro
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Elliott Nugent; Frank Lloyd; Wesley Ruggles; Ernst Lubitsch; Mitchell Leisen; Chester Erskine; B P Schulberg; Howard Estabrook; Adolph Zukor; Fred Kohlmar; Fred F Finklehoffe; Leonard Goldstein; Claude Binyon; Charles Brackett; Walter Ferris; Durward Grinstead; Ray Harris; Bradley King; S K Lauren; Robert Lees; Helen Meinardi; Frederic I Rinaldo; Billy Wilder; Charlton Andrews; Warren Duff; Leon Shamroy; Leo Tover; Charles B Lang; Milton Krasner; Hugh Bennett; Otto Lovering; Billy Shea; Alma Ruth Macrorie; Russell Schoengarth; Boris Morros; Victor Young; Friedrich Hollaender; Werner Richard Heymann; Frank Skinner; John M Leipold; David Tamkin; Bernard Herzbrun; Hans Dreier; Ernst Fegté; Robert Usher; A E Freudeman; Sam Comer; R A Gausman; Oliver Emert; Travis Banton; Edith Head; Irene; Claudette Colbert; Fred MacMurray; Melvyn Douglas; Robert Young; Gary Cooper; Hardie Albright; Louise Allbritton; Rudolph Anders; Richard Arlen; William Bakewell; Mona Barrie; Bennie Bartlett; Lucy Beaumont; Johnnie Berkes; Herman Bing; Mary Boland; Beulah Bondi; Lee Bowman; Tom Brown; Ilka Chase; E E Clive; Esther Dale; George Davis; Pedro De Cordoba; Louise Dresser; Edward Ellis; William Farnum; Fritz Feld; Wallace Ford; Marjorie Gateson; Bonita Granville; Sam Hardy; June Havoc; Richard Haydn; Samuel S Hinds; Halliwell Hobbes; Sterling Holloway; Edward Everett Horton; Billy House; Warren Hymer; Richard Long; Percy Kilbride; Fuzzy Knight; Henry Kolker; Donald McBride; J Farrell MacDonald; Marjorie Main; Joan Marsh; Paul McGrath; Donald Meek; David Niven; Franklyn Pangborn; Elizabeth Patterson; Victor Potel; Elizabeth Risdon; Lyda Roberti; Ivan Simpson; Gale Sondergaard; Harvey Stephens; Madame Sul-Te-Wan; Zeffie Tilbury; Mary Treen; Virginia Weidler; Gertrude Tonkonogy; Alfred Savoir; Betty Bard MacDonald; Paramount Pictures Corporation.; Universal-International (Firm),; Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm),
OCLC Number: 463491072
Language Note: In English with optional English (SDH), French or Spanish subtitles.
Notes: Special features: Disc 3. "Claudette Colbert: Queen of the silver screen" featurette; Theatrical trailer.
Credits: (Three-cornered moon) Photographed by Leon Shamroy. (Maid of Salem) Photographed by Leo Tover ; musical direction, Boris Morros ; original music by Victor Young ; art direction by Hans Dreier and Bernard Herzbrun ; edited by Hugh Bennett ; costumes designed by Travis Banton ; interior decorations, a.E. Freudeman. (I met him in Paris) photographed by Leo Tover ; musical direction, Boris Morros ; art direction by Hans Dreier and Ernst Fegté ; edited by Otho Lovering ; costumes designed by Travis Banton ; interior decorations by A.E. Freudeman. (Bluebeard's eight wife) photographed by Leo Tover ; art direction, Hans Dreier and Robert Usher ; edited by William Shea ; costumes, Travis Banton ; interior decorations by A.E. Freudeman ; musical direction, Boris Morros ; original music by Frederick Hollander and Werner Heyman ; orchestrations John M. Leipold. (No time for love) Director of photography, Charles Lang, Jr. ; music score, Victor Young ; edited by Alma MacRorie ; art direction, Hans Dreier, Robert Usher ; gowns by Edith Head ; Miss Colbert's gowns by Irene ; set decoration, Sam Comer. (The egg and I) Director of photography, Milton Krasner ; production design, Bernard Herzbrun ; film editor, Russell Schoengarth ; set decorations, Russell A. Gausman, Olver Emert ; music, Frank Skinner ; orchestrations, David Tamkin.
Performer(s): (Three-cornered moon) Claudette Colbert, Richard Arlen, Mary Boland, Wallace Ford, Tom Brown, William Bakewell, Lyda Roberti, Hardie Albright, Joan Marsh, Sam Hardy, (Maid of Salem) Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Harvey Stephens, Gale Sondergaard, Louise Dresser, Edward Ellis, Bonita Granville, Donald Meek, Beulah Bondi, E.E. Clive, Lucy Beaumont, Halliwell Hobbes, Zeffie Tilbury, Pedro de Cordoba, Mary Treen, Ivan Simpson, Virginia Weidler, Henry Kolker, Babs Nelson, William Farnum, Bennie Bartlett, Sterling Holloway, Madam Su-te-wan, J. Farrell MacDonald, (I met him in Paris) Claudette Colbert, Melvyn Douglas, Robert Young, Lee Bowman, Mona Barrie, George Davis, Fritz Feld, Rudolph Amendt, (Bluebeard's eight wife) Claudette Colbert, Gary Cooper, Edward Everett Horton, David Niven, Elizabeth Patterson, Herman Bing, Warren Hymer, Franklin Pangborn, (No time for love) Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Ilka Chase, Richard Haydn, Paul Mcgrath, June Havoc, Marjorie Gateson, (The egg and I) Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride, Louise Allbritton, Richard Long, Billy House, Donald MacBride, Samuel S. Hinds, Esther Dale, Elisabeth Risdon, John Berkes, Vic Potel, Fuzzy Knight.
Target Audience: Not rated (all films).
Description: 3 videodiscs (530 min.) : DVD video, sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 2.0 mono.
Contents: Disc 1: Three-cornered moon / a Paramount Picture ; directed by Elliott Nugent ; a B.P. Schulberg production ; screen play by S.K. Lauren and Ray Harris from the play by Gertrude Tonkonogy ; (1 hr., 18 min., 1933) --
Maid of Salem / a Paramount Picture ; Adolph Zukor presents ; screen play by Walter Ferris, Bradley King and Durward Grinstead from a story by Bradley King ; directed by Frank Lloyd ; produced by Howard Estabrook (1 hr., 27 min., 1937). Disc 2. I met him in Paris / Adolph Zukor presents a Paramount Picture ; screen play by Claude Binyon ; based on a story by Helen Meinardi ; directed by Wesley Ruggles (1 hr., 27 min., 1937) --
Bluebeard's eighth wife / Adolph Zukor presents a Paramount Picture ; screen play by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder ; based upon the play by Alfred Savoir ; English adaptation by Charlton Andrews ; produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch (1 hr. 26 min., 1938) Disc 3: No time for love / a Paramount Picture ; a Mitchell Leisen production ; screen play by Claude Binyon ; adaptation by Warren Duff ; from a story by Robert Lees and Fred Rinaldo ; associate producer, Fred Kohlmar ; directed by Mitchell Leisen (1 hr., 24 min., 1943) --
The egg and I / Universal International ; from the best selling book by Betty MacDonald ; written for the screen and produced by Chester Erskine and Fred F. Finklehoffe ; associate producer, Leonard Goldstein ; directed by Chester Erskine.
Series Title: Universal backlot series.
Other Titles: Three-cornered moon.
Maid of Salem.
I met him in Paris.
Bluebeard's eighth wife.
No time for love.
Egg and I.

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(Three-cornered moon, 1933) Laughter is the best medicine in tough times, and that is certainly the case for Elizabeth and her three brothers who are forced to find work after their eccentric family's fortune is lost. (Maid of Salem, 1937) Inspired by the true-life Salem witch trials, an independent young woman is accused of casting evil spells by the Puritan townsfolk during one of the most notorious periods in American history. (I met him in Paris, 1937) All is fair in love and fashion as a successful designer must choose between three suitors: a creative playwright, a dashing playboy, and a hometown boy. (Bluebeard's eight wife, 1938) The daughter of a destitute aristocrat is determined to teach her millionaire groom a lesson when she learns that their wedding day is not his first trip down the aisle. (No time for love, 1943) A working class man falls for a sophisticated fashion photographer, but the picture is not pretty when he loses his job and she hires him to be her assistant. (The egg and I, 1947) A new bride reluctantly says "I do" to her husband's plan to leave their life in the city and raise chickens on a dilapidated farm located miles from civilization.

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