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A Night To Remember/The Red Shoes/Caesar And Cleopatra [DVD]
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Triple bill of classic film dramas. 'A Night to Remember' (1958) is based on Walter Lord's book about the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. Made in a semi-documentary style, this film offers an honest account of the terrible disaster, and features cameos by stars including Kenneth More, Honor Blackman and David McCallum. In 'The Red Shoes' (1948), ballet impresario Boris Lermontov (Anton Walbrook) hires up-and-coming ballerina Victoria Page (Moira Shearer) and talented young composer Julian Craster (Marius Goring) to work with him on a new ballet, an adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen story 'The Red Shoes'. The show is a great success and Victoria and Julian fall in love. But Boris is jealous and makes moves to spoil their happiness. In 'Caesar and Cleopatra' (1945), Vivien Leigh and Claude Rains star in a lavish technicolour production based on George Bernard Shaw's play about the Queen of the Nile's love affair with Roman emperor Julius Caesar.
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THE RED SHOES 1948. I don't enjoy the ballet and I'm not a systematic fan of POWELL/PRESSBURGER (except for A CANTERBURY TALE and BLACK NARCISSUS, of course), but we can only ask:how did he did it? A very thin plot and the ballet.It must be the miracle of great moviemaking AND the great director of photography JACK CARDIFF.
CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA 1945. I am a big fan of SHAW and was ready to savage that lavish production, but it's a triumph.
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i only ordered this for the first film,the other 2 are ok but i am well happy with this dvd,well packaged and on timePublished on 22 Feb. 2014 by irene jater
These 3 films are excellent value for cinema buffs who wish to see how films were made back them and compare with moderndaysPublished on 1 July 2012 by Anthony J. Hynes