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Raging Bull

Author: Martin ScorseseRobert ChartoffIrwin WinklerPaul SchraderMardik MartinAll authors
Publisher: United States : United Artists, United States : Twentieth Century-Fox Video, 1980 ; [1982]
Edition/Format:   Film : Videodisc : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jake La Motta, boxing's Raging Bull, is one of the sport's most fearsome fighters, an unorthodox slugger who can take as much punishment as he can dish out. Jake's rage and violence makes him virtually unstoppable in the ring. The same anger also drives Jake to beat his wife and his brother Joey, and sends Jake down a self-destructive spiral of paranoia and rage. From the late 1940's into the 1960's, La Motta's life  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographical
Sports films
Fiction films
Videodiscs
Drama
Named Person: Jake La Motta; Jake La Motta
Material Type: Film, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Scorsese; Robert Chartoff; Irwin Winkler; Paul Schrader; Mardik Martin; Robert De Niro; Cathy Moriarty; Joe Pesci; Frank Vincent; Nicholas Colasanto; Jake La Motta; Chartoff-Winkler Productions.; United Artists Corporation.; Twentieth Century-Fox Video.; LC Purchase Collection (Library of Congress); Copyright Collection (Library of Congress); MGM Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 123460823
Notes: Copyright: United Artists Corporation. Appl. au.: Robert Chartoff & Irwin Winkler. NM: entire work excluding some preexisting film footage & music. DCR 1980; PUB 12Sep80; REG 30Dec80; PA106-047.
Copyright notice on videodisc label: Twentieth Century Fox Video, Inc. ; 1982.
Videodisc jacket gives Cathy Moriarty's character name as Vicki La Motta.
Reissue date from copyright notice on videodisc jacket.
Theatrical projection print was donated when this film was acquired for LC's National Film Preservation Tour, featuring titles from the National Film Registry.
Two videodiscs in one jacket.
LC also holds Criterion collection videodisc version with additional material.
Parts of summary from videodisc jacket and the Internet movie database.
On videodisc jacket: Twentieth Century Fox Video 4523-80.
Based on the book, Raging Bull : my story, by Jake LaMotta with Joseph Carter and Peter Savage.
Viewing print viewed for credits and running time.
Sources used: videodisc jacket and label; copyright data base; M/B/RS preliminary catalog card; Internet movie database.
Credits: Director of photography, Michael Chapman ; editor, Thelma Schoonmaker ; music, Pietro Mascagni ; associate producers, Hal W. Polaire , Peter Savage ; consultant, Jake La Motta.
Cast: Robert De Niro (Jake La Motta), Cathy Moriarty (Vickie La Motta), Joe Pesci (Joey La Motta), Frank Vincent (Salvy), Nicholas Colasanto (Tommy Como).
Awards: This film was selected for the National Film Registry.
Description: 2 videodiscs of 2 (optical) (ca. 129 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 12 in. viewing copy. 14 film reels of 14 on 7 (129 min., 11,574 ft.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 35 mm. viewing print. 14 film reels of 14 on 7 (ca. 129 min., ca. 11,610 ft.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 35 mm. theatrical projection print.
Other Titles: Raging Bull (Motion picture)
Responsibility: a Robert Chartoff-Irwin Winkler production ; directed by Martin Scorsese ; produced by Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff ; screenplay by Paul Schrader and Mardik Martin.

Abstract:

Jake La Motta, boxing's Raging Bull, is one of the sport's most fearsome fighters, an unorthodox slugger who can take as much punishment as he can dish out. Jake's rage and violence makes him virtually unstoppable in the ring. The same anger also drives Jake to beat his wife and his brother Joey, and sends Jake down a self-destructive spiral of paranoia and rage. From the late 1940's into the 1960's, La Motta's life inside and outside the ring is depicted.

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