American Film Theatre Box 3

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/2003
  • UPC: 738329029623
  • Source: Kino Video
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Letterbox
  • Language: English
  • Time: 7:07:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 67,917

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Galileo
1. "I Predict..." [10:01]
2. A "New" Invention [9:25]
3. "I Believe in Reason" [11:54]
4. A Confirmation [11:15]
5. "Foolish, Absurd and Heretical." [8:51]
6. "Should I Lie to Your People?" [13:08]
7. Galileo & Apprentices [8:48]
8. "I Have to Know." [11:34]
9. All Fools' Day [8:53]
10. The Duke & the Pope [3:03]
11. Galileo Recants [8:44]
12. A Pupil or an Enemy [8:29]
13. "I Betrayed My Calling." [8:50]
Side #2 -- Lost in the Stars
1. "The Hills of Ixopo" [4:18]
2. "Train to Johannesburg" [9:06]
3. "Thousands of Miles" [5:25]
4. "The Little Gray House" [4:35]
5. "Big Mole" [7:38]
6. "Trouble Man" [8:52]
7. "Murder in Parkwold" [2:03]
8. "Fear!" [9:17]
9. "Lost in the Stars" [4:04]
10. "Stay Well" [3:54]
11. "O Tixo, Tixo, Help Me!" [11:25]
12. "Cry the Beloved Country" [6:37]
13. The Sermon [1:47]
14. "Cry the Beloved Country" (Reprise) [10:21]
Side #3 -- Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
1. "Madeleine" [3:38]
2. "Marathon" [7:17]
3. "My Childhood" [4:20]
4. "The Statue" [3:56]
5. "Brussels" [3:18]
6. "Jackie" [3:20]
7. "Timid Frieda" [3:56]
8. The Taxi Cab Driver [2:45]
9. "The Old Folks" [4:53]
10. "Alone" [3:34]
11. "I Loved" [2:36]
12. "Funeral Tango" [3:17]
13. "Bachelor's Dance" [2:28]
14. "Amsterdam" [3:44]
15. "Ne Me Quitte Pas" [3:50]
16. "The Desperate Ones" [3:32]
17. "Sons Of" [3:02]
18. "The Bulls" [2:37]
19. "Marieke" [3:21]
20. "The Last Supper" [4:11]
21. "Mathilde" [2:29]
22. "The Middle Class" [3:38]
23. "Songs of the Old Lovers" [4:11]
24. "Next" [2:54]
25. "Carousel" [3:44]
26. "If We Only Have Love" [6:25]
Side #4 -- Philadelphia, Here I Come!
1. "Will You Miss Me?" [11:17]
2. Love at the Beach [9:33]
3. A Deep Scar [11:37]
4. The Master's Advice [7:40]
5. "One of Those Autumn Days..." [9:42]
6. At the Pub With the Boys [11:55]
7. "I Hate the Place!" [9:06]
8. "This Music Says..." [8:05]
9. "Say It... Say Something!" [10:15]
10. "I Walk Away." [5:28]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Galileo
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      An Interview With Topol
      Galileo Theatrical Trailer
      "Bertolt Brecht and Galileo" by Michael Feingold
      The AFT Cinebill for Galileo
         "Nevertheless, It Does Move"
         "I, Bertolt Brecht..."
         The Individual Eye
         Barbara Bray on Joseph Losey & the Cinematic Theatre of Bertolt Brecht
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera
      Trailer Gallery
         Play All
         The First Season
            Butley: Play
            A Delicate Balance: Play
            The Homecoming: Play
            The Iceman Cometh: Play
            Lost in the Stars: Play
            Luther: Play
            Rhinoceros: Play
            Three Sisters: Play
         The Second Season
            Galileo: Play
            Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
            The Maids: Play
            The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
         A Letter From Ely Landau
         "Ely Landau Presents the American Film Theatre" - An Article by Larry Gross
         An Interview With Ely Landau
         Very Nice for Us All by Edward Albee
Side #2 -- Lost in the Stars
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      Lost in the Stars Theatrical Trailer
      "Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson, and Lost in the Stars" by Michael Feingold
      The AFT Cinebill for Lost in the Stars
         Alan Paton: What Now for South Africa?
         A Glossary of South African Words Used in This Film
         Epitaph for a Composer
         Maxwell Anderson: An Appreciation
      An Interview With Edie Landau
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera
      Trailer Gallery
         Play All
         The First Season
            Butley: Play
            A Delicate Balance: Play
            The Homecoming: Play
            The Iceman Cometh: Play
            Lost in the Stars: Play
            Luther: Play
            Rhinoceros: Play
            Three Sisters: Play
         The Second Season
            Galileo: Play
            Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
            The Maids: Play
            The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
         A Letter From Ely Landau
         "Ely Landau Presents the American Film Theatre" - An Article by Larry Gross
         An Interview With Ely Landau
         Very Nice for Us All by Edward Albee
Side #3 -- Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Theatrical Trailer
      "Jacques Brel and Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" by Michael Feingold
      The AFT Cinebill for Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
         Roger Greenspun on Movie Musicals
         On Eric Blau & Denis Heroux
         Who Is Jacques Brel?
      An Interview With Edie Landau
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera
      Trailer Gallery
         Play All
         The First Season
            Butley: Play
            A Delicate Balance: Play
            The Homecoming: Play
            The Iceman Cometh: Play
            Lost in the Stars: Play
            Luther: Play
            Rhinoceros: Play
            Three Sisters: Play
         The Second Season
            Galileo: Play
            Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
            The Maids: Play
            The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
         A Letter From Ely Landau
         "Ely Landau Presents the American Film Theatre" - An Article by Larry Gross
         An Interview With Ely Landau
         Very Nice for Us All by Edward Albee
Side #4 -- Philadelphia, Here I Come!
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      "Brian Friel and Philadelphia, Here I Come!" by Michael Feingold
      An Interview With Edie Landau
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera
      Trailer Gallery
         Play All
         The First Season
            Butley: Play
            A Delicate Balance: Play
            The Homecoming: Play
            The Iceman Cometh: Play
            Lost in the Stars: Play
            Luther: Play
            Rhinoceros: Play
            Three Sisters: Play
         The Second Season
            Galileo: Play
            Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
            The Maids: Play
            The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
         A Letter From Ely Landau
         "Ely Landau Presents the American Film Theatre" - An Article by Larry Gross
         An Interview With Ely Landau
         Very Nice for Us All - By Edward Albee
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