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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gregory Peck; Helen Westcott; Millard Mitchell; Jean Parker; Karl Malden; Skip Homeier; Anthony Ross; Verna Felton; Ellen Corby; Richard Jaeckel; Henry King; William Bowers; William Sellers; Nunnally Johnson; Tyrone Power; Susan Hayward; Hugh Marlowe; Dean Jagger; Edgar Buchanan; Jack Elam; Henry Hathaway; Dudley Nichols; Samuel G Engel; Milton Krasner; Sol Kaplan; Gary Cooper; Richard Widmark; Cameron Mitchell; Rita Moreno; Victor Manuel Mendoza; Charles Brackett; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
|Language Note:||The gunfighter: English (mono and stereo), French (mono) or Spanish (mono) audio with optional English or Spanish subtitles. Closed captioning for the hearing impaired. Rawhide: English (mono and stereo) audio with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles. Closed captioning for the hearing impaired. Garden of Evil: English (4.0 Dolby surround), French (mono) or Spanish (mono) audio with optional English or Spanish subtitles. Closed captioning for the hearing impaired.|
|Notes:||Title from container.
The gunfighter: from a story by William Bowers and Andre de Toth.
The gunfighter special features: "Arthur Miller: painter with light" featurette; "The western grows up" featurette; restoration comparison; original theatrical trailer; advertising gallery; still gallery.
Rawhide special features: "Susan Hayward: Hollywood's straight shooter" featurette; "Shoot it in Lone Pine!" featurette; restoration comparison; original theatrical trailer; interactive pressbook; advertising gallery; still gallery.
Garden of Evil special features: audio commentary by John Morgan, Nick Redman, Steven Smith and William Stromberg; isolated score track; "Travels of a gunslinger: the making of Garden of Evil" featurette; "Henry Hathaway: when the going gets tough ..." featurette; restoration comparison; original theatrical trailer; interactive pressbook; advertising gallery; still gallery.
|Credits:||The gunfighter: director, Henry King ; screenplay, William Bowers and William Sellers ; producer, Nunnally Johnson.
Rawhide: director, Henry Hathaway ; writer, Dudley Nichols ; producer, Samuel G. Engel ; photography, Milton Krasner ; music, Sol Kaplan.
Garden of Evil: director, Henry Hathaway ; producer, Charles Brackett.
|Cast:||The gunfighter: Gregory Peck, Helen Westcott, Millard Mitchell, Jean Parker, Karl Malden, Skip Homeier, Anthony Ross, Verna Felton, Ellen Corby, Richard Jaeckel.
Rawhide: Tyrone Power, Susan Hayward, Hugh Marlowe, Dean Jagger, Edgar Buchanan, Jack Elam.
Garden of Evil: Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward, Richard Widmark, High Marlowe, Cameron Mitchell, Rita Moreno, Víctor Manuel Mendoza.
|Description:||3 videodiscs : sound, black and white, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, region 1, NTSC; Dolby digital; widescreen (2.35:1) presentation (Garden of Evil), full frame (1.33:1) presentation (Rawhide and The gunfighter).|
|Contents:||Disc 1. The gunfighter (1950, b & w, 85 min.) --
Disc 2. Rawhide (1951, b & w, 87 min.) --
Disc 3. Garden of evil (1954, col., 100 min.).
|Series Title:||Cinema classics collection.|
Garden of evil.
|Responsibility:||Twentieth Century Fox presents.|
Rawhide: Tyrone Power stars as Tom Owens, the assistant manager of a remote stagecoach way station. A coach arrives, bearing Vinnie Holt (Susan Hayward), who carries her baby niece in her arms. Having learned that an outlaw gang is in the vicinity, Owens advises Vinnie to hold up at the station until the next day. Shortly thereafter, the gang arrives and kills stationmaster Sam Todd (Edgar Buchanan). Outlaw leader Zimmerman (Hugh Marlowe), assuming that Owens and Vinnie are the baby's parents, decides not to kill them as well but to hold them prisoner while he and his men await the arrival of a gold shipment. Tension mounts as the relatively civilized Zimmerman argues with his psychotic henchman Tevis (Jack Elam) over the fate of the "married couple." Meanwhile, Owens tries to think up an escape plan for himself, Vinnie and the child.
Garden of Evil: Gary Cooper, Richard Widmark and Cameron Mitchell portray three somewhat disreputable 19th-century soldiers of fortune, en route to California to prospect for gold. Stopping over in a tiny Mexican village, the three men are hired by Susan Hayward to rescue her husband, who is trapped in a gold mine in hostile Indian territory. The threesome agree to the expedition, their interest piqued by the possibility of picking up some gold themselves. During the harrowing journey, the party's already frayed nerves are aggravated when the men become attracted to Hayward. The group arrives at the mine's location--the Garden of Evil, so named because the Indians regard it as the domain of evil spirits. During the escape, Hayward's husband (Hugh Marlowe) is killed by the Indians, as is Mitchell. Cooper and Widmark play cards to decide who will take Hayward to safety and who will cover them while they flee. Cooper wins--but later discovers that Widmark had cheated in order to sacrifice himself.