The David O. Selznick Collection (DVD Box) (DVD)

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The David O. Selznick Collection (DVD Box) (DVD)


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Five masterworks culled from the personal collection of producer David O. Selznick, authorized by the Selznick Estate and preserved by the George Eastman House Motion Picture Department. Includes A FAREWELL TO ARMS (1932), NOTHING SACRED (1937), A STAR IS BORN (1937), BIRD OF PARADISE (1932) and LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY (1936).
Nothing Sacred
Cast
Hattie McDaniel
Margaret Hamilton
Walter Connolly
Hedda Hopper
Charles Winninger
Fredric March
Carole Lombard

Crew
Writer Ben Hecht
Produced by David O. Selznick
Directed by William Wellman

In this classic screwball comedy, newspaperman Frederic March makes a national heroine of a smalltown bumpkin (Carole Lombard) diagnosed with a fatal illness...but her doctor's assessment turns out to be wrong. Wellman keeps the comic pace frantic in one of the screen's cleverest screwball comedies. With a supporting cast featuring some of Hollywood's funniest character actors, including Margaret Hamilton, Charles Winniger and Walter Connolly, NOTHING SACRED is nothing less than hysterical. more info
A Star Is Born
Cast
Mary Philips
Adolphe Menjou
Fredric March
Janet Gaynor
Andy Devine
Lionel Stander
Franklin Pangborn

Crew
Writer Dorothy Parker
Produced by David O. Selznick
Composed by Max Steiner
Directed by William Wellman

From maverick filmmaker William A. Wellman (The Public Enemy, Nothing Sacred) comes the original, timeless tale of Hollywood fantasy and heartbreak: A STAR IS BORN. Janet Gaynor stars as Esther Blodgett, a small-time girl who get a lucky break in Hollywood with help from movie star Norman Maine (Fredric March).

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A Farewell To Arms (1932)
Cast
Helen Hayes
Mary Philips
Adolphe Menjou
Gary Cooper

Crew
Cinematographer Charles Lang
Produced by David O. Selznick
Writers Benjamin Glazer, H.P. Garrett and Ernest Hemingway
Directed by Frank Borzage

An Academy Award nominee for Best Picture, A FAREWELL TO ARMS is a ravishing adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's legendary novel, starring Gary Cooper (High Noon) as Lt. Frederic Henry, a young ambulance driver for the Italian army in WWI, more interested in chasing women than the enemy. When seeking cover during an air raid, he encounters Nurse Catherine Barkley (a radiant Helen Hayes), and the world shifts under his feet.

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Bird of Paradise
Cast
Delores del Rio
Joel McCrea
John Halliday
Richard "Skeets" Gallagher

Crew
Cinematographers Clyde De Vinna, Edward Cronjager and Lucien Andriot
Produced by David O. Selznick
Writers Leonard Praskins (Screenplay) , Wells Root (Screenplay) and Wanda Tuchock (Screenplay)
Composed by Max Steiner
Directed by King Vidor

From legendary Oscar®-winning director King Vidor (The Crowd, Duel in the Sun) comes an exotic tale of romance set in gorgeous Polynesia. With Joel McCrea at his most dashing and Delores del Rio at her alluring height, BIRD OF PARADISE is a movie of wild eroticism and thrilling adventure, and not to be missed. more info
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Cast
Guy Kibbee
Earl of Dorincourt C. Aubrey Smith
Mrs. Errol Delores Costello
Ceddie Freddie Batholomew
Mickey Rooney
Henry Stephenson

Crew
Writers Frances Hodgson Burnett (Novel) and Hugh Walpole (Screenplay)
Directed by John Cromwell
Produced by David O. Selznick
Composed by Max Steiner
Cinematographer Charles Rosher

John Cromwell's 1936 film version of LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY is the definitive rendering of Frances Hodgson Burnett's beloved novel, a heartwarming classic with delightful performances from Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney. more info
Nothing Sacred

"Diabolically clever" - The New York Times


A Star Is Born
  • ACADEMY AWARD WINNER

    • Best Original Story
    • Best Cinematography

    ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE

    • Best Picture
    • Best Director
    • Best Screenplay
    • Best Actor
    • Best Actress

A Farewell To Arms (1932)
  • Best Cinematography Academy Awards

Bird of Paradise

King Vidor’s South Seas romance “Bird of Paradise” (1932) has circulated for so long in degraded public-domain prints that its reappearance as a Blu-ray, sourced from an original nitrate print from the private collection of the producer David O. Selznick, seems like a rebirth. - The New York Times


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