Monday, March 31, 2014
Saturday, March 29, 2014
o Commentary by Roger Ebert
o Commentary by Historian Rudy Behlmer
o Introduction by Lauren Bacall Additional Scenes & Outtakes
o Scoring Session Outtakes
o Bacall on Bogart
o You Must Remember This: A Tribute to Casablanca
o Featurette As Time Goes By: The Children Remember
o Production Research Gallery
o Homage Cartoon Carrotblanca
o Who Hold Tomorrow? : Premiere Episode From 1955 Warner Bros. Presents TV Series Adaptation of Casablanca Audio-Only Bonus: Radio Production with the Movie’s 3 Key Stars
Video clips featuring the Valentine's Day Massacre theme. Original Scarface - 1932, Director: Howard Hawks, Actor: Paul Muni; Al Capone - 1959, Director: Richard Wilson; Actor: Rod Steiger; Some Like It Hot - 1959, Director: Billy Wilder, Actor: George Raft; The St. Valentine's Day Massacre - 1967, Director: Roger Corman, Actor: Jason Robards; Early Edition - 1996-2000 (Season 4, Episode 21: Everybody Goes to Rick's - 2000), Actor: Kyle Chandler
"Homefront" - Episode 4, Season 1 'So All Alone': Jeff is hiding Ginger from everyone because she's just been humiliated by Caroline. Ginger has made the situation more embarrassing by announcing that Caroline uses spermicide. Jeff gets up and closes and locks the door to the attic. He comes back and takes Ginger's beer from her. A moment of awkwardness before their first kiss. They bump noses, finally kiss and fall to the bed. Scene fades away.
Article first published as Book Review: ‘Friday Night Lights’ by H.G. Bissinger and ‘Dare Me’ by Megan Abbott on Blogcritics.
Friday, March 28, 2014
- Special Features: Feature film in high definition
- The Wolf Pack - Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and other cast and crew discuss the incredible journey of making the film. Follow them as they reveal the real story behind Jordan Belfort's rise to power and how they depicted his world of lavish excess, perseverance and ultimately betrayal. Source: www.movieweb.com
Thursday, March 27, 2014
William Wyler and George Stevens came back to London at the end of October 1943, just as Huston and Capra were leaving. Wyler’s return was tense and urgent—the result of a summons by cable from Eighth Air Force commander General Eaker. In late August, the crew of the 'Memphis Belle' had finally ended its national rallying tour and arrived in Los Angeles to work on the picture. Wyler saw their visit as an occasion to honor their achievement, and as a treat, he threw them a welcoming party, asking each crewman in advance which Hollywood star he most wanted to meet.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014