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Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alan J Pakula; Julia Roberts; Denzel Washington; Sam Shepard; John Heard; Tony Goldwyn; William Atherton; James Sikking; Robert Culp; Stanley Tucci; Hume Cronyn; John Lithgow; Joel Schumacher; Brad Renfro; Tommy Lee Jones; Susan Sarandon; Gary Fleder; John Cusack; Gene Hackman; Bruce McGill; Jeremy Piven; Dustin Hoffman; Bruce Davison; Rachel Weisz; Nick Searcy; Stanley Anderson; Sandra Bullock; Samuel L Jackson; Matthew McConaughey; Kevin Spacey; Brenda Fricker; Oliver Platt; Charles S Dutton; Ashley Judd; Patrick McGoohan; Donald Sutherland; John Grisham; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|Language Note:||The pelican brief: English, French & Spanish including subtitles. Closed captioned. The client: English, French & Spanish including subtitles. Closed captioned. Runaway jury: English, French & Spanish; English and Spanish subtitles. Closed captioned. A time to kill: English & French; English, French & Spanish subtitles. Closed captioned.|
|Notes:||All titles based on the books by John Grisham.
The pelican brief originally released as motion picture in 1993.
The client originally released as a motion picture in 1994.
Runaway jury originally released as a motion picture in 2003.
Time to kill originally released as a motion picture in 1996.
|Credits:||The pelican brief: Director, Alan J. Pakula; music, James Horner ; editors, Tom Rolf, Trudy Ship ; production designer, Philip Rosenberg ; director of photography, Stephen Goldblatt.
The client: Director, Joel Schumacker; Director of photography, Tony Pierce-Roberts; production design, Bruno Rubeo; editor, Robert Brown; music, Howard Shore.
Runaway jury: Director, Gary Fleder; director of photography, Robert Elswit; art director, Scott Plauche; editor, William Steinkamp; music, Christopher Young; costume designer, Abigail Murray; production designer, Nelson Coates; visual effects supervisor/producer, Mark Spatny.
Time to kill: Director, Joel Schumacker; director of photography, Peter Menzies, Jr.; editor, William Steinkamp; music, Elliott Goldenthal.
|Cast:||The pelican brief: Julia Roberts, Denzel Washington, Sam Shepard, John Heard, Tony Goldwyn, James B. Sikking, William Atherton, Robert Culp, Stanley Tucci, Hume Cronyn, John Lithgow.
The client: Tommy Lee Jones, Susan Sarandon, Mary-Louise Parker, Anthony LaPaglia, Anthony Edwards, Ossie Davis, Brad Renfro.
Runaway jury: John Cusack, Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman, Rachel Weisz, Bruce Davison, Bruce McGill, Jeremy Piven, Nick Searcy, Stanley Anderson.
Time to kill: Sandra Bullock, Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Spacey, Brenda Fricker, Oliver Platt, Charles S. Dutton, Ashley Judd, Patrick McGoohan, Donald Sutherland.
|Description:||4 videodiscs : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; Dolby Digital, Region 1, Widescreen and Fullscreen.|
|Contents:||Pelican brief --
Runaway jury --
Time to kill.
|Other Titles:||Pelican brief (Motion picture)
Client (Motion picture)
Runaway jury (Motion picture)
Time to kill.
The client: A dying New Orleans attorney tells eleven-year-old Mark Sway a deadly secret about the recent murder of a Louisiana senator whose accused killer, a Mafia thug, is about to go to trial.
Runaway jury: After a man dies in a shooting incident, his wife files a lawsuit against the company that manufactured the gun. Her lawyer argues that the firm in question knew the shop which sold the weapon was not following federal regulations. As the case goes to trial, the firearm manufacturer takes no chances on the outcome, and they hire Rankin Fitch, a "jury consultant" who makes it his business to see that he knows enough about the jurors to be able to guarantee the result of the trial.
Time to kill: A murder trial brings a small Mississippi town's racial tensions to the flashpoint. Amid a frenzy of activist marches, Klan terror, media clamor and brutal riots, an unseasoned but idealistic young attorney mounts a stirring courtroom battle for justice.
- United States. -- Supreme Court -- Drama.
- Judges -- United States -- Drama.
- Assassination -- United States -- Drama.
- Women law students -- United States -- Drama.
- African American journalists -- Drama.
- Mafia -- Drama.
- Legal drama.
- Jurors -- Drama.
- Murder -- Mississippi -- Drama.
- Trials (Murder) -- Mississippi -- Drama.
- Louisiana -- Politics and government -- 1951- -- Drama.
- Mississippi -- Drama.
- United States. -- Supreme Court.
- African American journalists.
- Politics and government.
- Trials (Murder)
- Women law students.
- United States.