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VINTAGE FILM MOVIE METROPOLIS 1927 SCI FI FUTURE FRAMED ART PRINT B12X11640


You have two choices:- you can purchase your desired coloured frame (PRINT + FRAME + MOUNT) which is ready to hang or you can purchase the PRINT ONLY.

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This is a new, high quality, individually printed, reproduction fine art print. We use superior grade materials and the latest printing technology to create stunning products. We extremely confident that you will be pleased by all aspects of the product and service you will receive.

The size of print is 12 x 16 in (30.4 x 40.6 cm) – these are printed onto extremely high quality luxurious, heavyweight, textured fine art paper/card 260gsm

Our contemporary, stylish, wooden frames are manufactured in the UK and are of the highest quality and We offer these in 4 colours:- Black, Light Oak, Brown and White. To ensure safe delivery all our frames have shatter proof styrene glass.

Our framed prints are supplied with a high quality 1.4mm thick White core, acid free, 25mm aperture mount.

The mount board is cut with bevelled edges at 45 degrees.

All items are dispatched in strong and sturdy packaging to ensure safe delivery.

We dispatch Via Royal Mail UK parcels or International Airmail small packets.

Product Features

  • SIZE 30.4 x 40.6 cm 12×16 in
  • READY TO HANG. GREAT VALUE – FRAME + MOUNT + PRINT
  • HIGH QUALITY, CONTEMPORARY, STYLISH WOODEN FRAME
  • SUPERIOR GRADE ART PRINT ON QUALITY ART BOARD
  • FAST DISPATCH – SECURE PACKAGING – SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

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VINTAGE FILM MOVIE METROPOLIS 1927 SCI FI FUTURE NEW FINE ART PRINT POSTER PICTURE 30×40 CMS CC4997


This is a high-quality reproduction art print. The image has been cleaned, digitally enhanced, and restored where necessary. We use superior grade materials and the latest printing technology to create our product.

The size of each print is 12 x 16 inches (30 x 40 cm).

Each print is individually printed onto luxurious, heavyweight, textured natural canvas paper (260 gsm) to create a deluxe finish.

Please note that there may be some variation in the colour of the on-screen image and the actual item received. This is subject to the brightness and contrast of your screen settings.

All items are dispatched in strong and sturdy packaging to ensure safe delivery.

Here at Wee Blue Coo we are confident you will be very satisfied with every aspect of our products and services.

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Product Features

  • High-quality art print on luxurious textured paper.
  • Dimensions: 12 x 16 inches (30 x 40 cm).
  • All items are dispatched in strong and sturdy packaging to ensure safe delivery.
  • Arrives ready to hang on the wall.
  • Another great gift idea from Wee Blue Coo Ltd. Made in Scotland.

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The Hunger Games: Complete 4 Film Collection – The Hunger Games/ The Hunger Games Catching Fire/ The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 & 2 – Blu Ray + DVD 8-Disc Limited Edition


PLEASE NOTE THAT DIGITAL COPIES FOR THIS ITEM ARE EXPIRED/INVALID AND IT WILL NOT WORK. 1- The Hunger Games (2-Disc Blu-ray) 2- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire(2-Disc Blu-ray + DVD) 3- The Hunger Games: The Mockingjay Part 1 (2-Disc Blu-ray + DVD) 4- The Hunger Games: The Mockingjay Part 2 (2-Disc Blu-ray + DVD)

Product Features

  • the hunger games complete 4-film collection
  • the hunger games blu ray
  • the hunger games catching fire
  • the hunger games mockingjay part 2 blu ray
  • the hunger games mockingjay part 1 blu ray

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Oh My God (Hindi Movie / Bollywood Film / Indian Cinema DVD) (2012) by Viacom 18 Motion


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Trend Setters Ltd Nightmare On Elm Street S4 Double Film Cell


Trend Setters Ltd Film Cell Presentations are double matted, include real film, a descriptive plaque, the official Trend Setters Ltd. embossed/foiled certificate of authenticity, and are mounted in a stunning frame. This is all put together to bring you a collectible that looks great in any room. Each presentation is made with careful attention to detail. Each piece of film is individually, hand-cut from reels to provide you with the best possible scenes and to offer a unique and varied product. (Please note – The film portrayed in the product image is an example of the film cells you may receive.)

Product Features

  • 13-inch by 11-inch framed film cell presentation
  • Limited edition of 2500
  • Real film from the movie
  • Acrylic front and back to view film
  • Officially licensed product

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5 Film Collection: Music Movies (Rock of Ages / Jersey Boys / Joyful Noise / Little Shop of Horrors / Hairspray)


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5 Film Collection: Music Movies Collection (DVD)

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Kinger_Home Large Retro Cinema Movie Slate Analog Wall Clock Clapper Film Modern Home


Features:
Material: wood + movement
Product size: 30.2 * 27.5 * 2.5CM
Power:1xAAbattery (Battery no include)

Package include:
1X Clock

Product Features

  • Material: wood + movement
  • Product size: 30.2 * 27.5 * 2.5CM
  • Power:1xAAbattery (Battery no include)
  • recalled the industrial Revolution, the designer.s aesthetic concept
  • Movie Set Clock, It is also a notepad clock

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1/2/3 Sandlot Triple Feature Collection + Hot Wheels Baseball Kids Sport Car action Family Fun 3 Film feature


Kids Sports Pack Movie Collection

– THE SANDLOT – DVD pt 1/2/3 Triple Feature. It’s the early 1960s and fifth-grader Scotty Smalls has just moved into town with his folks. Kids call him a dork – he can’t even throw a baseball! But that changes when the leader of the neighborhood gang recruits him to play on the nearby sandlot field. It’s the beginning of a magical summer of baseball, wild adventures, first kisses, and fearsome confrontations.

HOT WHEELS BASEBALL CAR: #70- Model: Muscle Tone – Series: HW All Stars – Color: Red, w/Black, White, & Blue baseball graphics on sides, Chrome Blue wheels. You’ll have a ball

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4 Film Favorites: Free Willy (Free Willy, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Free Willy 3: The Rescue, Free Willy 4)


Free Willy, Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home, Free Willy 3: The Rescue, and Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove FREE WILLY INCLUDES: • Widescreen Version [16×9 2.4:1] • Michael Jackson Will You Be There? Music Video • Whale Ballet Montage • A Conversation with Wildlife Cinematographer Bob Talbot • Escape the Nets and A Whale’s Tale Challenges • Free Willy Movie Trailer Gallery • Languages: English & Français • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled). FREE WILLY 2: THE ADVENTURE HOME INCLUDES: • Widescreen Version [16×9 2.4:1] • Behind-the-Scenes Featurette • Michael Jackson’s Childhood Music Montage • Free Willy Movie Trailer Gallery • Languages: English & Français (Dubbed in Quebec) • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled). FREE WILLY 3: THE RESCUE INCLUDES: • Full-Screen Version • A Fun, Up-Close Look at Orcas • Free Willy Movie Trailer Gallery • Languages: English & Français (Dubbed in Quebec) • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled). FREE WILLY: ESCAPE FROM PIRATE’S COVE INCLUDES: • Widescreen Version [16×9 1.85:1] • On the Set of Free Willy: Greetings from South Africa • Bindi Irwin and Willy Invite All to Meet My Wild Co-Stars • Bindi’s First Movie Video Diary • Additional Scenes • Gag Reel • Languages: English & Français • Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled).

Product Features

  • Warner Brothers Free Willy Collection

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Rent Rock Musical Drama Movie Film Poster Print 24×36


This poster features the movie score from the hit film Rent.

Product Features

  • 24×36 Inches
  • Great Wall Decor
  • Easy to Frame
  • Ships in a Sturdy Tube
  • Full Color

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4 Film Favorites: War (The Bridges At Toko-Ri, Hell is for Hero’s, Enemy At The Gates, Defiance)


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4 Film Favorites: WAR (DVD)

Bridges At Toko-Ri, The, Hell is for Hero’s, Enemy At The Gates and Defiance

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Product Features

  • Factory sealed DVD

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John Wayne: John Ford Film Collection (The Searchers 2-Disc Special Edition / Fort Apache / She Wore a Yellow Ribbon / They Were Expendable /3 Godfathers / The Wings of Eagles / Directed by John Ford)


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John Wayne – John Ford Film Collection (7-Pack) (DVD)

JOHN WAYNE-JOHN FORD FILM COLLECTION Collection Includes: THE SEARCHERS TWO-DISC SPECIAL EDITION – Wayne’s favorite role. And, many say, Ford’s best film. “About as good as Hollywood filmmaking gets…a true American masterpiece” (The Movie Guide). THE WINGS OF EAGLES – A compassionate biopic salute: aviation pioneer “Spig” Wead (Wayne) overcomes tragedy to forge a Hollywood career. Maureen O’Hara co-stars. FORT APACHE – They’re duty bound to obey. But Wayne and other cavalrymen are at odds with the orders of ramrod commander Henry Fonda. Shirley Temple co-stars. 3 GODFATHERS – The tale of the Magi – Western style. Fugitive bank robbers won’t abandon the infant entrusted to them, even though caring for him dims their chances of escape. SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON – Another Ford masterpiece of mood and heroics. An aging officer (Wayne) who knows the agony of war seeks to make his last mission one of peace. Academy Award (1949): Best Color Cinematography. THEY WERE EXPENDABLE – Wayne and Robert Montgomery are PT-boat skippers in “one of the finest (and most underrated) of all World War II films” (Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide). Bonus Documentary Disc – First Time on DVD: DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD – Peter Bogdanovich’s groundbreaking tribute to the filmmaker, restored and reedited to include more classic clips and insightful anecdotes from Clint Eastwood, Katharine Hepburn, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and more contemporary cinema giants.

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Product Features

  • John Wayne, Henry Fond,a Ward Bond, Maureen O’Hara, Shirley Temple, Victor McLaglen, Donna Reed, John Agar, Ben Johnson, Dick Foran, Harry Carey Jr., Joanne Dru, Robert Montgomery, Jack Holt, Anna Lee (III), Irene Rich, Pedro Armendriz, George O’Brien

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Voberry Cinema Movie Slate Analog Wall Clock Clapper Film Modern Home (Black)



Features:
Material: wood + movement
Product size: 30.2 * 27.5 * 2.5CM
Power:1xAAbattery (Battery no include)
Life is the movie time record bits and pieces of our lives!!
Movie Set Clock
It is also a notepad clock
Combination of strength and beauty of a classic aesthetic part,
recalled the industrial Revolution, the designer.s aesthetic concept
Package include:
1X Clock

Product Features

  • Material: wood + movement
  • Product size: 30.2 * 27.5 * 2.5CM
  • Power:1xAAbattery (Battery no include)
  • recalled the industrial Revolution, the designer.s aesthetic concept
  • Movie Set Clock, It is also a notepad clock

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Bingirl H1850 Matt Taylor Matt Taylor Brick Poster Mondo Movie Film Canvas Print 24×32


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Cartoon world F3772 24″x32 Matt Taylor Brick Mondo Movie Film Poster Printing Photo On Canvas


type:poster
frame mode:unframed
material:canvas
style:american style
frame:no
medium:waterproof ink
support base:canvas
subjects:sport
calligraphy and painting type:prints
unit type:piece
package weight:0.200kg (0.44lb.)
package size:60cm x 4cm x 4cm (23.62in x 1.57in x 1.57in)

Product Features

  • Hanging?accessories?are?not?included
  • Decorative wall poster
  • High Quality & Durable fabric (much better than a regular poster)
  • High quality,Perfect gift for Anime fans or decorate your wall and make your room unique.
  • You can send pictures to us, we help you customize it

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The Wish List – A Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Film


The Wish List – A Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Film by Ellis Smith. DVD

Product Features

  • “The Wish List” follows a crew of dedicated powder hounds and mountain enthusiast as they chase their passions to find untracked lines, steep chutes, and unforgettable memories that gravity and snow can offer.
  • Sit back, relax and enjoy a film that will be sure to inspire you to start your own “Wish List”!

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Una Larga Sombra and 7 short films from Film Festival Mexico 2006 [NTSC/REGION 1 & 4 DVD. Import-Latin America]


CARNE DE NEON: La madre de Ricky acaba de salir de la carcel… en un intento desesperado por mostrar una vida normal frente a su madre, Ricky intentará deshacerse de los que se han convertido en su familia en los últimos diez años: una yonkie, un delicuente y un travesti…

UNA LARAGA SOMBRA: Aurelio acecha a su próxima víctima, a quien robará durante la travesía del desierto de Arizona. esta vez se trata de Miguel, un joven que por primera vez intenta cruzar. Aurelio roba y mata a Miguel. De lo que se entera a continuación significa una culpa irredimible y que lleva a Aurelio al único acto nobre que es capaz…

ENCUENTRO AUSENTE: Laura tiene 42 años y está sola. Una mañana decide viajar al pasado en busca de respuestas… si abre los ojos, las encontrará.

DIOS TE SALVE: El mundo de Sor María se ve profundamente perturbado cuando la Comitiva Zapatista se aloja en el convento. Por un lado está Cristo, un poderoso mito milenario. Por el otro, el Subcomandante Marcos, un polémico mito viviente.

VAQUEROS: Una mañana como cualquiera, el destino hace de las suyas cuando una mujer arruina accidentalmente el par de pantalones favorito de su marido… con unos cuantos pesos en la bolsa, emprende el viaje para reemplazarlos, descubriendo con esto que las cosas en su vida no son como pensaba.

LA LECHE Y EL AGUA: Una mujer intenta recuperar a su única compañera en la vida: una vaca.

4B: Un artista trabajando es un estado mental fascinante. 4B explora esta entidad abstracta y cómo es afectada por obstáculos reales y materiales.

TODO UN GALLO: Un frustado médico convertido en el encargado de una pollería va amenazado su trabajo….

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Big Lebowski Movie Score Cult Classic Comedy Movie Film Poster Print, Z Framed 8×10


This framed poster features an image from the Coen Brothers cult classic film “The Big Lebowski”.

Product Features

  • 8×10 Inch Z-Framed Poster
  • Great Wall Decor
  • Plexi-Facing
  • Black Plastic Economy Frame – 0.25 Inch Thickness

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Creative Monster Batman Bane Text Typography Dark Knight Tv Movie Film Poster Fabric Silk Poster Print B0120-96


There are many nice products for you choice.
Suitable:baby room wall,kids living room,bedroom.
Our price is competitive in the whole net , We can do custom size or you can give me the photo which you like, we can make it for you.
Hope you have a wonderful shopping time:)

Product Features

  • we also can custom the size and picture you want, please send us the size or picture you want
  • High Quality Poster Print
  • Easy to frame and makes a great gift too
  • Brand New Item Never before displayed or used, Great Collectible
  • Great Wall D¨¦cor

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Stanley Kramer Film Collection (Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner / Ship of Fools / The Member of the Wedding / The Wild One / The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T)


Award-winning producer and director Stanley Kramer was on of the most respected filmmakers in Hollywood history. Contained within this 6-disc collectible box set are five of his greatest achievements: GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER, SHIP OF FOOLS, THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING, THE WILD ONE, and THE 5,000 FINGERS OF DR.T. Featuring newly recorded audio commentary and new interviews, featurettes and an exclusive, GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER bonus disc jam-packed with informative new documentaries, rare photo galleries and more, THE STANLEY KRAMER COLLECTION is a five-star tribute to a motion picture legend.Stanley Kramer is not just a name in film history but a virtual brand name for a subspecies of filmmaking. First as an independent producer (1948-54) and then as a producer-director (1955-79), Kramer specialized in movies with an insistent socio-political consciousness that addressed Big Subjects–racism, bigotry, McCarthyism, juvenile delinquency and violence, military justice, greed, historical guilt, fascism and collaboration, The Bomb–and sought to make them the stuff of instructive drama. Depending on one’s disposition, a Stanley Kramer picture was either powerful or preachy, courageous or complacent, thought-provoking or manipulative, challenging or middlebrow, hard-hitting or heavy-handed. Whatever his profile, for the better part of two decades Kramer loomed large on the American cinema horizon as a fighting liberal and truth-seeker. His pictures won or were up for a lot of awards, and Kramer himself was oft nominated for Oscars. In 1961 the Academy’s board of governors voted him the Irving Thalberg Award for his career as a producer.

As an introduction, Stanley Kramer Film Collection is a bit odd. Because Sony is the distributor, only films from the Columbia Pictures library could be included, which means many of Kramer’s most celebrated titles weren’t: e.g., The Defiant Ones, On the Beach, and Judgment at Nuremberg, all released through United Artists. Also, of the five pictures in the set, only two, Ship of Fools and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, were directed by Kramer–though the commentaries, and especially the introductions by Karen Kramer (the producer’s second wife), treat him as prime mover on all of them.

By far the most interesting item is atypical Kramer–indeed, atypical anybody. The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953), co-written by Theodor “Dr. Seuss” Geisel, is a musical comedy horror fantasia centered on a little boy at the mercy of a demonic piano teacher. Mostly it takes the form of a nightmare: the opening sequence looks like something from ’50s sci-fi, only creepier, while Dr. Terwilliker’s labyrinthine headquarters, the principal setting, suggests the Arabian Nights episode of the German Expressionist classic Waxworks reconstituted in psychedelic Technicolor. Overall, the film scarcely seems to have been directed (the credited Roy Rowland goes unmentioned in the commentaries), and some of the song sequences are a drag. But Eugene Loring’s ballet for musicians and instruments imprisoned in Dr. T’s dungeon is memorably surreal, and Hans Conried makes a juicy Hitlerian villain. “Hitlerian” is no hyperbole: at the climax, as hundreds of little boys are marched off buses and stripped of their belongings before taking their places at Dr. T’s stadium-sized keyboard, there’s no mistaking the death-camp echo. Small wonder the movie spooked, rather than beguiled, the few families who bought tickets in 1953. Reviewers didn’t like it, either. Nevertheless, it’s won a cult over the years, and today’s viewers should be more receptive to its dark whimsy. (They may even detect Dr. T DNA in Tim Burton’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory!)

Of the other two early films, The Member of the Wedding (1952) boasts hefty credentials–direction by Fred Zinnemann (the same year he did High Noon for Kramer), a Carson McCullers novel and play as source material, the original Broadway cast re-creating their roles–but it’s mostly an endurance test. Julie Harris had triumphed on stage as Frankie, the nervy, garrulous 12-year-old whose world in the Deep South of the 1940s has pretty much shrunk to her family’s kitchen and the companionship of wise and patient mammy Bernice (Ethel Waters) and next-door kid John Henry (Brandon de Wilde in his first film role). On screen, Harris’s real age (26) is distractingly apparent, and her voice, like Frankie’s aggressive neediness, can be like fingernails on the blackboard. Although token efforts were made to “open up” the play for cinema, the film’s setting and movement remain constrictive. Much more watchable is The Wild One (1953), directed by Laslo Benedek and based on Frank Rooney’s chilling short story “Cyclists’ Raid” about a motorcycle gang taking over a small town. Props to Marlon Brando, by then an annual Oscar nominee, for agreeing to re-team with Kramer (who had produced the actor’s debut film, The Men) on what is essentially a 79-minute B movie. His reward was to become the premier icon of 1950s rebellion, pioneering the way James Dean, Elvis Presley, and others would follow. The Wild One also introduced biker hipster patter to movie audiences and defined biker fashion for decades to come. So the movie is a cultural milestone–but hardly a cinematic one: it rarely escapes feeling schematic and overcautious in its fear of alienating the public on one hand and glorifying violence on the other. Lee Marvin injects a welcome shot of battery acid as the leader of a rival biker gang, and veteran cinematographer Hal Mohr does yeoman work on dull sets.

The two specimens actually directed as well as produced by Kramer are his final bids for Oscar glory. Many Kramer pictures are only a few degrees away from allegory; Ship of Fools (1965), based on the novel by Katherine Anne Porter, sails over the brink with its complement of variously symbolic passengers and crew on a German vessel bound from Veracruz to Bremerhaven in the fateful year 1933. The heart of the film belongs to Simone Signoret and Oskar Werner, Oscar-nominated and also honored by the British Film Academy, the Golden Globes, and (Werner only) the New York Film Critics for their performances as two world-weary souls who briefly console each other en route to their respective dooms. Others in the cast include Michael Dunn (another Oscar nominee, as a dwarf Greek chorus), Vivien Leigh (her final performance, as a spiritual cousin of Blanche DuBois), Lee Marvin, George Segal, Elizabeth Ashley, Heinz Rühmann, and Jose Ferrer. Their roles are mostly die-cut, and although the black-and-white cinematography and art direction won Academy Awards, the film looks crude and stilted.

The intended centerpiece of the collection is Kramer’s last critical and commercial hit, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967). This is the one about the well-to-do, cozily liberal San Francisco couple–Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in their final screen pairing–suddenly confronted with the news that their daughter (Katharine Houghton, Hepburn’s niece) has fallen in love with and intends to marry an internationally renowned doctor who happens to be black (Sidney Poitier, America’s top box-office star that year). Kramer took an enormous risk that Tracy, in frail health, would live to finish the film; the beloved veteran actor did, but perished days afterward, lending the movie considerable poignancy. That undoubtedly contributed to the film’s overall kindly reception by reviewers, even as some acknowledged its blatant contrivances. For one thing, Poitier’s character is so encyclopedically admirable that the script makes a joke of it; and there’s the totally arbitrary “necessity” of Poitier’s catching a night flight to Europe, so that the two sets of parents have only an evening to get used to their offspring’s proposed mixed-race marriage. Given four decades of social progress–and our generally weak sense of history these days–21st century viewers are likely to find the film quaintly anachronistic (and the high-school-play production values–phony scenic backdrops and instant-sunset lighting–don’t help). In remarks recorded for the 40th-anniversary DVD, Steven Spielberg salutes Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner as “social instrument” and “social entertainment.” How instrumental it was in changing prejudiced minds is open to question, but as entertainment the film became identified with a moment in the history of racial consciousness in America.

There’s an extra disc devoted to Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner and Stanley Kramer’s legacy, though oddly enough no running commentary has been provided on any of the movies except The Wild One (authoritative testimony by film historian Jeanine Basinger) and The Member of the Wedding (meandering remarks by Carson McCullers biographer Virginia Spencer Carr). Michael Feinstein and others offer droll appreciations of The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T in peripheral featurettes. Visual quality of all the film materials is first-rate. –Richard T. Jameson

Product Features

  • The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1952), written by a young Dr. Suess * Starring Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Tommy Rettig, Hans Conreid * Full Frame, Full Color * English & French with both subtitled *

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