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NOT SUBTITLED3 Classics of the Silver Screen: Volume 4 (1954)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 5060036890896
Released: 6th December 2004
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: CE010
Category: Feature, Classic
Format: DVD / Normal
3 Classics of the Silver Screen: Volume 4 (1954) (Deleted)



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Film information

Story: Triple-bill of classic Hollywood movies. 'A Farewell To Arms' (1932) is adapted from the classic Ernest Hemingway novel, and stars Gary Cooper as Frederick Henry, an American volunteer in the Italian army during World War One. Badly wounded in action, he is tended to by an English Red Cross nurse, played by Helen Hayes. They fall in love, but when Henry returns to the front his jealous friend Major Rinaldi ensures his letters never reach her. As the war comes to an end, Henry makes his way from the Front to find her. 'The Groom Wore Spurs' (1951) is a comedy starring Jack Carson as a movie actor entering into a marriage of convenience with his lawyer, Abigail Furnival (Ginger Rogers). After the wedding, Abigail is determined to transform her husband into the heroic image he portrays on screen. 'Indiscretion of An American Wife' (1953) was a collaboration between Hollywood producer David O. Selznick and Italian neo-realist director Vittoria De Sica. A contemplative character piece set in Rome's Stazione Termini, it follows an American housewife (Jennifer Jones) who is torn bewteen her Italian lover (Montgomery Clift) and thoughts of her husband back home.

Starring: Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, Mary Philips, Adolphe Menjou, Jack la Rue, Blanche Frederici, Henry Armetta, Gilbert Emery, Mary Forbes, Fred Malatesta, Richard Beymer, Gino Cervi, Montgomery Clift, Jennifer Jones

Art/Production/Desgn: Virgilio Marchi

Cinematographer: Charles Lang Jnr, G. R. Aldo

Costumes: Alessandro Antonelli, Christian Dior

Directed by: Frank Borzage, Vittorio de Sica

Edited by: Eraldo de Roma

Music by: W. Franke Harling, Alessandro Cicognini

Produced by: Frank Borzage, Vittorio de Sica

Written by: Benjamin F. Glazer, Cesare Zavattini, Oliver H. P. Garrett, Luigi Chiarini, Truman Capote, Giorgio Prosperi

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Classic Entertainment

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