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|Named Person:||William Inge; John Van Druten; John O'Hara; William Inge; John O'Hara; John Van Druten|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Daniel Taradash; Joshua Logan; Fred Kohlmar; James Wong Howe; George Duning; William Holden; Kim Novak; Betty Field; Susan Strasberg; Cliff Robertson; Rosalind Russell; Daniel Fuchs; Sonya Levien; John Fante; George Sidney; Jeff Chandler; Agnes Moorehead; Julian Blaustein; Richard Quine; Delbert Mann; James Stewart; Jack Lemmon; Ernie Kovacs; Hermione Gingold; Elsa Lanchester; Janice Rule; Paddy Chayefsky; George Justin; Fredric March; Glenda Farrell; Albert Dekker; Martin Balsam; Lee Grant; Lee Philips; George Bassman; Dorothy Kingsley; Richard Rodgers; Lorenz Hart; Rita Hayworth; Frank Sinatra; William Inge; John Van Druten; John O'Hara; Columbia Pictures.; Julian Blaustein Productions.; Phoenix (Firm); Sudan (Firm); Essex Productions, Inc.; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm)
|Language Note:||Optional English (SDH) subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.|
|Notes:||Collective title from container.
Picnic based upon the play by William Inge. Bell book and candle based upon the play by John Van Druten as produced in New York by Irene Mayer Selznick. Pal Joey based on the play "Pal Joey", book by John O'Hara.
At head of title on Jeanne Eagels: George Sidney's.
Originally produced as motion pictures 1955-1959.
"Kim Novak's Hollywood picnic" ; select scenes commentary for Jeanne Eagels with Kim Novak and author Stephen Rebello ; "Bewitched, bothered and beautiful" ; "Reflections in the Middle of the Night" ; theatrical trailers; previews.
|Credits:||Picnic: Columbia Pictures presents ; screenplay by Daniel Taradash ; produced by Fred Kohlmar ; directed by, Joshua Logan ; cinematographer, James Wong Howe ; music composed by George Duning.
Jeanne Eagels: Columbia Pictures presents ; screenplay by Daniel Fuchs, Sonya Levien, John Fante ; story by Daniel Fuchs ; music composed by George Duning ; produced and directed by George Sidney.
Bell book and candle: Columbia Pictures presents a Phoenix production ; screenplay by Daniel Taradash ; produced by Julian Blaustein ; directed by Richard Quine ; music composed by George Duning.
Middle of the night: Columbia Pictures presents a Sudan production ; screenplay by Paddy Shayefsky ; produced by George Justin ; directed by Delbert Mann.
Pal Joey / Columbia Pictures presents a Essex-George Sidney production ; screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley ; produced by Fred Kohlmar ; directed by George Sidney ; music by Richard Rodgers ; lyrics by Lorenz Hart.
|Cast:||Picnic: William Holden, Kim Novak, Betty Field, Susan Strasberg, Cliff Robertson, Rosalind Russell.
Jeanne Eagels: Kim Novak, Jeff Chandler, Agnes Moorhead.
Bell book and candle: James Stewart, Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs, Hermione Gingold, Elsa Lanchester, Janice Rule.
Middle of the night: Kim Novak, Fredric March, Glenda Farrell, Albert Dekker, Martin Balsam, Lee Grant, Lee Philips.
Pal Joey: Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, Kim Novak.
|Awards:||Picnic: Academy Awards, 1956: Best art direction-set decoration, best editing.|
|Target Audience:||Picnic: Rating: PG ; Jeanne Eagels, Bell book and candle, Middle of the night, and Pal Joey not rated.|
|Description:||3 videodiscs (approximately 550 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, NTSC, region 1, anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) presentation; Dolby digital mono [&], Dolby digital 5.1 stereo (Picnic ; Pal Joey).|
|Contents:||[Disc 1] Picnic (113 min., 1955, col.) ; Jeanne Eagles (109 min., 1957, b & w) --
[Disc 2] Bell book and candle (102 min., 1958, col.) ; Middle of the night (117 min., 1959, b & w) --
[Disc 3] Pal Joey (109 min., 1957, col.).
|Other Titles:||Picnic (Motion picture : 1955)
Bell book and candle (Motion picture)
Middle of the night (Motion picture)
Pal Joey (Motion picture)
Jeanne Eagels:The tragic career of a stage and screen star whose climb for the top pushed her over the edge.
Bell Book and Candle: A witch gets bored, and longs for a more 'normal' existence, only to fall in love with her upstairs neighbor.
Middle of the Night: A young woman is in a relationship with her boss, nearly twice her age, and their families' disapproval threatens their happiness.
Pal Joey: A charming louse and former chorus girl turned rich widow seem made for each other, until the nice girl from a nice town comes along and shakes everything up.
- Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
- Drifters -- Drama.
- Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Drama.
- Kansas -- Drama.
- Entertainers -- Drama.
- Actresses -- Drama.
- Witches -- Drama.
- Divorced women -- Drama.
- Nightclubs -- Drama.
- Inge, William -- Film adaptations.
- Van Druten, John, -- 1901-1957 -- Film adaptations.
- O'Hara, John, -- 1905-1970 -- Film adaptations.
- Inge, William.
- O'Hara, John, -- 1905-1970.
- Van Druten, John, -- 1901-1957.
- Divorced women.
- Man-woman relationships.
- Triangles (Interpersonal relations)