Controversial Classics: 7 Groundbreaking Movies That Made A Difference (Widescreen)

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Controversial Classics: 7 Groundbreaking Movies That Made A Difference (Widescreen)

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Starring: Chow Yun Fat, Kenneth Tsang

Director: Richard Brooks

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"Advise And Consent" - A controversial political appointee triggers DC gamesmanship and scandal. Henry Fonda, Walter Pidgeon and Charles Laughton in Otto Preminger's film of Allen Drury's best seller. Year: 1962 Director: Otto Preminger Starring: Henry Fonda, Don Murray, Charles Laughton "Americanization Of Emily" - Director Arthur Hiller pairs Julie Andrews and James Garner as an unlikely couple during WWII in this delightful satire centered around the U.S. military. James Coburn co-stars. Year: 1964 Director: Arthur Hiller Starring: James Garner, Julie Andrews, James Coburn, Joyce Grenfell, Keenan Wynn "Bad Day At Black Rock" - Spencer Tracy stars with Robert Ryan, Lee Marvin, Ernest Bornine and Walter Brennen in this offbeat and chilling tale of a man pitted against an entire town. Year: 1954 Director: John Sturges Starring: Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, Anne Francis, Dean Jagger, Walter Brennan "The Blackboard Jungle" - Glenn Ford is riveting as a dedicated teacher whose idealism fades under the tensions that rip his classroom apart. Anne Francis and Sidney Poitier co-star. Year: 1955 Director: Richard Brooks Starring: Glenn Ford, Anne Francis, Louis Calhern, Maggie Hayes "A Face In The Crowd" - Discovered by Marcia Jeffries, Larry "Lonesome" Rhodes is a homespun hobo who's about to become famous. But, as usual, more fame leads to more power and more power leads to more corruption. The film also features many celebrities appearing as themselves (Burl Ives, Mike Wallace, Betty Furness, Bennett Cerf, Faye Emerson, Walter Winchell, and others). "Fury" - Film adaptation of Norman Krasna's "Mob Rule". Young lovebirds Joe Wilson and Katherine Grant want to get married, but don't have the money. Katherine moves to another city where she can make more money. "I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang" - Classic fact-based drama about an innocent man brutally victimized by the Depression-era criminal justice system.

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"A Face in the Crowd".

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Starring:
Peter Lawford,
George Grizzard,
Charles Laughton,
Burgess Meredith,
Henry Fonda,
Paul Ford,
Walter Pidgeon,
Lew Ayres,
Gene Tierney,
Inga Swenson
Director: Richard Brooks
Studio Name: Warner Home Video
DVD Release Date:
Rating: Not Rated
Format: DVD
Screen Format: Widescreen
Run Time (in minutes): 710 minutes
Language: English
Audio Tracks: AC, Digital Sound
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.25
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.8 x 7.8 x 7.8

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