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Studio: 20TH CENTURY FOX
UPC: 024 543 604 990
List $ 89.95
The Long Hot Summer
Rally Round The Flag Boys
From The Terrace
Hemingway's Adventure Of A Young Man
What A Way To Go
Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid
Buffalo Bill And The Indians
The Color of Money
Studio: BUENA VISTA HOME
Runtime: 1 Hour 58 Minutes
UPC: 717 951 004 277
Oscar-nominated in 1961 for his performance as pool hustler Fast Eddie Felson in The Hustler, Paul Newman won that award a quarter century later when he
reprised the role in The Color of Money. At the end of The Hustler, Felson was banned for life from playing the game professionally. In the intervening years, he has
become what the despicable George C. Scott was in the 1961 film: a front man for younger hustlers, claiming the lion's share of the winnings. His latest "client" is
arrogant young Tom Cruise, who is goaded into accepting Felson's patronage by his avaricious girl friend Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Cruise learns not only the
refinements of the game, but also the dirty trickery that will help him lure in the suckers. As Cruise becomes successful on these terms, Felson seethes with
jealousy, hitting the bottle and carelessly allowing himself to fall victim to another hustler. He tells Cruise to get lost, and vows to make an honest comeback. It is
inevitable from this point onward that the younger and the older player will square off in a game for the biggest stakes of all: Fast Eddie Felson's self-respect. Both
the original Hustler and The Color of Money were based on novels by Walter Tevis.
Cool Hand Luke
Studio: WARNER HOME VIDEO
UPC: 883 929 023 172
A defiant chain-gang prisoner suffers a "failure to communicate" in this searing drama. Paul Newman Shines in the title role, George Kennedy as his
sidekick won an Oscar.
Studio: BUENA VISTA
Runtime: 1 Hour 58 Minutes
UPC: 786 936 233 933
Blaze is a comic-strip re-telling of the curious late-1950s relationship between famed striptease artist Blaze Starr Lolita Davidovitch and Lousiana
governor Earl Long (played in gorgeously flamboyant fashion by Paul Newman. Their romance is counterbalanced with the story of Long's efforts to win
voting rights for Louisiana's black citizens. The governor's political enemies ruin his chances at re-election, then try to put him out of the way permanently with a
trumped-up insanity charge. But with faithful Blaze at his side (and in close proximity to other portions of his anatomy), Long confounds his foes by winning a
congressional seat. On the eve of this triumph, Earl Long dies, bringing this boisterous story to a sobering conclusion. Since the film is based on Blaze Starr's
own reminiscences, one might prepare oneself with several grains of salt. The real Blaze Starr shows up early in the film as a stripper named Lily.
Until They Sail
Studio: WARNER ARCHIVES
Runtime: 95 mins.
UPC: 883 316 331 217
The men of New Zealand march off to war, leaving behind cities and villages filled with women and loneliness. In time, new men come ashore: U.S. Marines
facing uncertain futures in Pacific battles yet to come. And new loves - tender or tragic, transitory or lasting - begin to flower. A constellation of actresses shines
in a bittersweet James A. Michener story of sisters (Jean Simmons, Joan Fontaine, Piper Laurie and Sandra Dee) embracing love in a time of war, but it's the
sensitive romance between a war widow (Simmons) and a jaded captain (Paul Newman, establishing his credentials as a screen heartthrob) that forms the
tale's poignant heart. Under the sensitive direction of Robert Wise (who directed Newman the year before in his breakthrough Somebody Up There Likes Me),
the memories of a lifetime are formed Until They Sail.