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ITEM # 238 The Doors/ Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan SPECIAL EDITION 2 DVDs

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 ITEM # 238

The Doors/ Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan SPECIAL EDITION 2 DVDs

 

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Movie description

Covers the period from 1965-1971; Produced and released in 1991. Val Kilmer stars as Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's electrifying profile of the Doors, which takes the group from its inception to its demise with the death of the "Lizard King" in a Paris hotel room in 1971. In the early days of the group's formation, Morrison is at his most benign; he's just a guy hanging out at the beach writing poetry. But soon the Doors' fame begins to spread--with Morrison as the focus of attention. Capable of an eerily correct vocal imitation of Morrison, Kilmer makes manifest the talent and charisma, as well as the confusion and despair, of the complex man who was the focal point of the group. As Morrisson's drug consumption and erratic behavior increase exponentially, the rest of the band--Ray Manzarek (Kyle McLachalan), John Densmore (Kevin Dillon), and Robby Krieger (Frank Whaley)--begins to grow tired of his late arrivals, the increasing number of cancellations, and the drunken recording sessions requiring infinite retakes. But no one can help Morrison as he spirals downward into an inferno of drugs, alcohol, public obscenity, and depression, bringing the music to an untimely close. Stone's intimate familiarity with SoCal in the 1960s provides the film with a high degree of surface verisimilitude, though the film is as much a tribute to the enduring power of the Doors' music as it is a cautionary tale about the perils of both celebrity and substance abuse.


Credits
Producer: Bill Graham, Sasha Harari
Cast: Billy Idol, Frank Whaley, Kathleen Quinlan, Kevin Dillon


Details
Sound: HiFi Sound, Stereo Sound, 


Notes
Theatrical release date: March 1, 1991.

Oliver Stone makes a cameo appearance as a UCLA film professor.

Doors drummer John Densmore appears as a recording engineer.

The rock group took their name from British author Aldous Huxley's book THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION.

In 2000 the surviving band members teamed with a variety of singers to rerecord some of the Doors' biggest hits.

In one scene of the film, Jim Morrison goes to a party at Andy Warhol's factory. Warhol is standing in front of a Roy Lichtenstein painting, and "Heroin" by Nico plays in the background.

In the film, Morrison is depicted acting out at a Miami concert, where he shouts obscenities and makes lude gestures at the audience. Also in the film, when the band performs "Light My Fire" on the Ed Sullivan show, Morrison makes a point of singing the controversial lyric "...girl we couldn't get much higher..."


Editorial reviews
"...THE DOORS is a thrilling spectacle - the KING KONG of rock movies..."
Rolling Stone - p.83-4 - Peter Travers (03/21/1991)

"...Clamorous, reverential, much-larger-than-life....Kilmer captures all of Morrisons's reckless, insinuating appeal..."
New York Times - p.C1 - Janet Maslin (03/01/1991)

"...The whole movie is white hot, lapped in honeyed golds, evillyThe Doors/ Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan SPECIAL EDITION 2 DVDs


Covers the period from 1965-1971; Produced and released in 1991. Val Kilmer stars as Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's electrifying profile of the Doors, which takes the group from its inception to its demise with the death of the "Lizard King" in a Paris hotel room in 1971. In the early days of the group's formation, Morrison is at his most benign; he's just a guy hanging out at the beach writing poetry. But soon the Doors' fame begins to spread--with Morrison as the focus of attention. Capable of an eerily correct vocal imitation of Morrison, Kilmer makes manifest the talent and charisma, as well as the confusion and despair, of the complex man who was the focal point of the group. As Morrisson's drug consumption and erratic behavior increase exponentially, the rest of the band--Ray Manzarek (Kyle McLachalan), John Densmore (Kevin Dillon), and Robby Krieger (Frank Whaley)--begins to grow tired of his late arrivals, the increasing number of cancellations, and the drunken recording sessions requiring infinite retakes. But no one can help Morrison as he spirals downward into an inferno of drugs, alcohol, public obscenity, and depression, bringing the music to an untimely close. Stone's intimate familiarity with SoCal in the 1960s provides the film with a high degree of surface verisimilitude, though the film is as much a tribute to the enduring power of the Doors' music as it is a cautionary tale about the perils of both celebrity and substance abuse.


 
Credits
Producer: Bill Graham, Sasha Harari
Cast: Billy Idol, Frank Whaley, Kathleen Quinlan, Kevin Dillon

 
Details
Edition: Special Edition
Sound: Stereo Sound, Surround Sound

 
Notes
DVD Features:

Region 1
Keep Case
2-Disc Set
Single Side - Dual Layer
Widescreen - 2.35
Audio:
 Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
Additional Release Material:
 Audio Commentary - 1. Oliver Stone - Director
 Deleted Scenes/Outtakes
 Trailer - 1. Theatrical
             2. Teaser
 Making-Of
 Documentary - 1. THE ROAD TO EXCESS
 Interviews - 1. Val Kilmer - Star
                   2. Frank Whaley - Star
                   3. Meg Ryan - Star
                   4. Kyle MacLachlan - Star
                   5. Kevin Dillon - Star
                   6. Kathleen Quinlan - Star
                   7. Oliver Stone - Director
                   8. Robby Krieger - Music
                   9. Patricia Kennealy-Morrison - Featured
 Behind the Scenes Footage
 Additional Footage - 1. Original Concert Footage          
Text/Photo Galleries:
 Biographies - 1. Cast & Crew
 Production Notes
 Essay - 1. CINEMATOGRAPHIC MOMENTS
Interactive Features:
 Scene Access
 Interactive Menus

Theatrical release date: March 1, 1991.

Oliver Stone makes a cameo appearance as a UCLA film professor.

Doors drummer John Densmore appears as a recording engineer.

The rock group took their name from British author Aldous Huxley's book THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION.

In 2000 the surviving band members teamed with a variety of singers to rerecord some of the Doors' biggest hits.

In one scene of the film, Jim Morrison goes to a party at Andy Warhol's factory. Warhol is standing in front of a Roy Lichtenstein painting, and "Heroin" by Nico plays in the background.

In the film, Morrison is depicted acting out at a Miami concert, where he shouts obscenities and makes lude gestures at the audience. Also in the film, when the band performs "Light My Fire" on the Ed Sullivan show, Morrison makes a point of singing the controversial lyric "...girl we couldn't get much higher..."
blue and black or drenched in those swoony, fiery reds. THE DOORS blasts your ears and scorches your eyes..."
Los Angeles Times - p.F1 - Michael Wilmington (03/01/1991)

"...Val Kilmer is an authentic lead and Meg Ryan supplies credible support as his tortured soulmate..."
Total Film - George Kiritopoulos (05/01/2000)

 

 

Item # 311 Sinatra Collection, The - 4 Pack VHS

$ 17.99 USD

Item # 311 Sinatra Collection, The - 4 Pack VHS

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Frank Sinatra and some of his best performances in movies and music are featured in this four tape collector's classics set. Includes: "Suddenly," "The Man With The Golden Arm," "Till The Clouds Roll By," and "Frank Sinatra: The Movies, The Music, The Man."

Credits
Cast:    Frank Sinatra

Details
Edition:    Collector's Classics

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Sinatra Collection, Four Tape Set

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ITEM 233 Monty Python's Flying Circus 3 Tape Set

$ 12.99 USD

 ITEM 233

Monty Python's Flying Circus  

A&E # 1 - Season 1 - 3-VHS Set
Pre Owned but like BRAND NEW - NTSC (US, Canada)

Movie description
Monty Python is not a man. Monty Python is six men. Consisting of British actors Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, and American Terry Gilliam, the hugely influential comedy troupe evolved from Cambridge University's Footlight Society in the late 1960s in order to become one of the most worshipped comedy acts of all time. Groundbreaking both in terms of its offbeat acting style and radical approach to the most controversial, taboo subjects (including sex, race, and politics), the legendary series MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS would forever change the face of sketch comedy. After the series' demise, the unit would go on to create several big screen classics, including MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL and MONTY PYTHON'S LIFE OF BRIAN, as well as spawning major Hollywood careers for its members (most notably, Gilliam, director of THE FISHER KING and TWELVE MONKEYS).

This release contains: "Whither Canada" (episode 1); "Sex & Violence" (episode 2); "How to Recognize Different Types of Trees from Quite a Long Way Away (episode 3); "Owl-Stretching Time" (episode 4); "Man's Crisis of Identity in the Latter Half of the Twentieth Century" (episode 5); and "It's the Arts" (episode 6).

 
Credits
Cast: Monty Python Cast

 Details
Edition: 3-Tape Set

 Notes
UK Television Premiere: October 5, 1969

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Item # 303 THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM Frank SINATRA Kim NOVAK - VHS

$ 7.77 USD

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COVER ART MAY DIFFER

This powerful drama, which broached the subject of drug addiction in a stark and realistic manner, may be mild by today's standards, but was a groundbreaking and edgy film in its day. The legendary Frank Sinatra plays addict, Frankie Machine, with Eleanor Parker playing his disabled wife. Based on the novel by Nelson Algren. MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM received three Academy Award Nominations, including Best Actor for Frank Sinatra.

Condition:  Good: An item that is used but still in  good condition. Some damage (wear on edges) to case or item cover. The cover art and liner notes are included.

Format:  VHS
Rating:  NR Leading Role:  Frank Sinatra, Eleanor Parker, Kim Novak
Director:  Otto Preminger Format:  NTSC (US, Canada)
Genre:  Drama Sub-Genre: 

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