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Magnificent Ambersons (Motion picture) 359323
The magnificent Ambersons [blu-ray] / an RKO Radio picture ; a Mercury Production by Orson Welles ; [screenplay, production & direction by Orson Welles].
[blu-ray] /
Blu-ray special edition.
The Criterion Collection,
Copyright Date:
1 videodisc (88 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Children of the rich--Drama.
Inheritance and succession--Drama.
Mothers and sons--Drama.
Social change--Drama.
Loss (Psychology)--Drama.
Domestic drama (Motion pictures)
Film adaptations.
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Other Authors:
Welles, Orson, 1915-1985 narrator. film director, screenwriter, narrator. 71755
Cotten, Joseph, 1905-1994, actor. 48254
Baxter, Anne, actor. 162160
Moorehead, Agnes, 1906-1974, actor. 136280
Costello, Dolores, 1905-1979, actor. 807389
Holt, Tim, 1918-1973, actor. 389365
Collins, Ray, 1889-1965, actor. 120152
Sanford, Erskine, 1885-1969, actor. 823620
Bennett, Richard, 1873-1944, actor.
Cortez, Stanley, director of photography. 803040
Wise, Robert, 1914-2005, editor of moving image work. 189923
Herrmann, Bernard, 1911-1975, composer (expression) 167746
Motion picture adaptation of (work): Tarkington, Booth, 1869-1946. Magnificent Ambersons.
Mercury Productions, Inc., production company.
RKO Radio Pictures, film distributor. 43068
Criterion Collection (Firm), publisher. 384634
Title from title frame. Narrator, Orson Welles ; cast, Joseph Cotten, Anne Baxter, Agnes Moorehead, Dolores Costello, Tim Holt, Ray Collins, Erskine Sanford, Richard Bennett. Credits from booklet; most film credits are spoken aloud. Based on the novel by Booth Tarkington. Originally produced as a motion picture in 1942. Features: New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack; Two audio commentaries, featuring scholars Robert L. Carringer, and James Naremore and critic Jonathan Rosenbaum; New interviews with film historians Simon Callow and Joseph McBride; video essay "The cinematographers" by Orson Welles scholar Fran├žois Thomas; video essay "The score" by Bernard Herrmann scholar Christopher Husted; Director Orson Welles on The Dick Cavett Show in 1970; Segment from a 1925 silent film adaptation of The Magnificent Ambersons; Audio from a 1978 AFI symposium on Welles, and audio interviews with Welles conducted by filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich; Two Mercury Theatre radio plays: Seventeen (1938), an adaptation of another Booth Tarkington novel by Welles, and The Magnificent Ambersons (1939); Trailer.
"Orson Welles's beautiful, nostalgia-suffused second feature--the subject of one of cinema's greatest missing-footage tragedies--harks back to turn-of-the-twentieth-century Indianapolis, chronicling the inexorable decline in the fortunes of an affluent family. Adapted from an acclaimed Booth Tarkington novel and featuring restlessly inventive camera work and powerful performances from a cast including Joseph Cotten, Tim Holt, and Agnes Moorehead, the film traces the rifts deepening within the Amberson clan--at the same time as the forces of progress begin to transform the city they once ruled. Though RKO excised over forty minutes of footage, now lost to history, and added an incongruously upbeat ending, The Magnificent Ambersons is an emotionally rich family saga and a masterful elegy for a bygone chapter of American life"--Container.
The Criterion collection ; 952
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FXPH314 -- Carnegie-Stout Public Library (Dubuque)
OVUX522 -- University of Iowa Libraries (Iowa City)

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