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Humphrey Bogart. / The essential collection. 2

Author: Humphrey BogartPat O'BrienAnn SheridanJames CagneyPriscilla LaneAll authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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San Quentin: What happens during the long years spent behind the walls of San Quentin? The new yard captain wants to make those years a time of rehabilitation rather than punishment, but not everyone is buying it.

The roaring twenties: A World War I veteran returns to New York, innocently becomes involved in bootlegging, builds up an empire, and gets caught up in a gang war.

Dark victory: A beautiful and headstrong heiress suddenly learns that she has only six months to live. Defiant and rebellious at first, she conquers this stroke of fate by the power of great love and ultimately finds peace and happiness in the brief span of life allotted to her.

Virginia City: It's 1864 and the Confederacy's last hope is an infusion of gold to buy war materials. The gold is available, if someone can smuggle it from a town far west of all the fighting - Virginia City, Nevada. An undercover Union officer is determined to stop a gold-laden train from rolling into Dixie.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Melodrama (Motion pictures)
Prison films
Gangster films
Romance films
Western films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Humphrey Bogart; Pat O'Brien; Ann Sheridan; James Cagney; Priscilla Lane; Gladys George; Jeffrey Lynn; Frank McHugh; Paul Kelly; Bette Davis; George Brent; Geraldine Fitzgerald; Cora Witherspoon; Ronald Reagan; Henry Travers; Errol Flynn; Miriam Hopkins; Randolph Scott; Alan Hale; Lloyd Bacon; Raoul Walsh; Edmund Goulding; Michael Curtiz; Bertram Bloch; George Brewer; Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967); Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 1419899155 9781419899157
OCLC Number: 707927046
Language Note: English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. San Quentin; The roaring twenties; Dark victory: In English ; subtitles in English, French, and Spanish. Virginia City: In English ; subtitles in English and French.
Notes: Dark victory from the play by George Emerson Brewer, Jr. and Bertram Bloch.
San Quentin special features: Warner night at the movies 1937 short subjects gallery: vintage newsreel, Oscar®-nominated "Broadway brevity" short "The man without a country," cartoon "Porky's double trouble," trailers of "San Quentin" and "Kid Galahad" ; featurette "Welcome to the big house" ; commentary soundtrack by Patricia King Hanson ; "Breakdowns of 1937" studio blooper reel.
The roaring twenties special features: optional audio commentary by film historian Lincoln Hurst ; Leonard Maltin hosts "Warner night at the movies 1939", with trailer ("Each dawn I die"), newsreel, "All girl revue" musical short, "The great library misery" comedy short & "Thugs with dirty mugs" cartoon ; "The roaring twenties : the world moves on" featurette ; theatrical trailer.
Dark victory special features: commentary by James Ursini and Paul Clinton ; featurette: 1939 tough competition for Dark Victory ; theatrical trailer.
Virginia City special features: Commentary by historian Frank Thompson ; Warner night at the movies 1940 short subjects gallery: vintage newsreel ; Technicolor shorts "Cinderella's feller" and "The flag of humanity" ; "Cross country detours" classic cartoon ; "Confederate honey" classic cartoon ; trailers ; "The light brigade rides again" making-of featurette.
Cast: San Quentin: Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan, Barton MacLane.
The roaring twenties: James Cagney, Priscilla Lane, Humphrey Bogart, Gladys George, Jeffrey Lynn, Frank McHugh, Paul Kelly.
Dark victory: Bette Davis, George Brent, Humphrey Bogart, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Cora Witherspoon, Ronald Reagan, Henry Travers.
Virginia City: Errol Flynn, Miriam Hopkins, Randolph Scott, Humphrey Bogart, Frank McHugh, Alan Hale, Guinn (Big Boy) Williams, John Littel, Douglas Dumbrille, Moroni Olsen.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 2 videodiscs (401 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; region 1 ; standard presentation ; Dolby Digital mono ; dual layer.
Contents: San Quentin (1937) (70 min.) / directed by Lloyd Bacon ; story by John Bright, Humphrey Cobb, Peter Milne, Robert Tasker --
The roaring twenties (1939) (106 min.) / directed by Raoul Walsh ; screenplay by Jerry Wald, Richard Macaulay, and Robert Rossen ; from an original story by Mark Hellinger --
Dark Victory (1939) (104 min.) / directed by Edmund Goulding ; screenplay by Casey Robinson --
Virginia City (1940) (121 min.) / directed by Michael Curtiz ; original screenplay by Robert Buckner.
Other Titles: San Quentin.
Roaring twenties.
Dark victory.
Virginia City.
Responsibility: Warner Bros. Pictures.

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San Quentin: What happens during the long years spent behind the walls of San Quentin? The new yard captain wants to make those years a time of rehabilitation rather than punishment, but not everyone is buying it.

The roaring twenties: A World War I veteran returns to New York, innocently becomes involved in bootlegging, builds up an empire, and gets caught up in a gang war.

Dark victory: A beautiful and headstrong heiress suddenly learns that she has only six months to live. Defiant and rebellious at first, she conquers this stroke of fate by the power of great love and ultimately finds peace and happiness in the brief span of life allotted to her.

Virginia City: It's 1864 and the Confederacy's last hope is an infusion of gold to buy war materials. The gold is available, if someone can smuggle it from a town far west of all the fighting - Virginia City, Nevada. An undercover Union officer is determined to stop a gold-laden train from rolling into Dixie.

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