American Film Theatre Box, Vol. 1

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2003
  • UPC: 738329028121
  • Source: Kino Video
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 11:17:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 71,893

Scene Index

Side #1 -- The Iceman Cometh: Disc 1
1. Opening Titles [9:46]
2. Waking the Dead [6:19]
3. A Round on the Kid [13:15]
4. Rogue's Gallery [13:02]
5. "I Was White" [12:14]
6. A Couple of Tears [9:38]
7. Man of the Hour [11:45]
8. Party Politics [12:15]
9. Hickey's Brand of Pity [10:10]
10. The Traitor [9:46]
11. The Guest of Honor [9:58]
12. "The Touch of Death" [4:36]
Side #2 -- The Iceman Cometh: Disc 2
1. The Middle of the Morning [9:25]
2. The Newlywed [4:03]
3. "I'm a Gamblin' Man" [11:28]
4. "Deny Everything" [6:52]
5. Killing the Pipe Dreams [4:53]
6. Harry's Long Walk [8:16]
7. Larry's Admission [3:47]
8. Cause of Death [5:11]
9. 1:30 A.M. [10:13]
10. "This Rotten Half-Dead Act" [9:00]
11. Hickey's Confession [6:05]
12. Life With Evelyn [13:50]
13. Defending a Pal [2:49]
14. "Peace at Last" [8:40]
15. A Toast to Old Friends [4:58]
16. A Eulogy [6:14]
Side #3 -- Rhinoceros
1. Opening Titles [5:06]
2. A Sunday Morning [8:41]
3. "I'm Indifferent to Life!" [7:07]
4. Office Politics [6:07]
5. "Are You All Right, Mrs. Bingham?" [5:57]
6. This Frightening Rhinoceros Business [4:55]
7. Hidden Faces [8:47]
8. "You Look a Little Gray" [6:51]
9. The Transformation of John [8:09]
10. "We've Got to Steel Ourselves!" [5:50]
11. Advice From Norman [4:16]
12. Daisy, a Good Friend [9:44]
13. "Happiness Is Such an Egotistical Thing" [9:57]
14. Only Stanley [7:39]
15. "I'll Never Give In!" [4:30]
Side #4 -- Butley
1. Opening Titles [4:30]
2. Office Mates [7:55]
3. "Straight Abuse" [7:47]
4. "You're Looking Furtive" [12:47]
5. A Chat With Edna [7:41]
6. "This Hash My Life" [9:37]
7. "Do You Want Us Back" [10:47]
8. "A Frozen Soul" [7:04]
9. Joey's Secret [7:45]
10. "What About Edna?" [7:03]
11. A Drink With Reg [20:07]
12. "A Fraction of a Faker" [8:34]
13. A Rehearsed Goodbye [8:47]
14. "Breaking New Ground" [6:55]
15. End Credits [1:52]
Side #5 -- The Maids
2. Under Arrest [4:41]
3. "Look at Yourself in My Shoes" [6:38]
4. "The Revolution of the Maids" [7:28]
5. "What a Serving Wench Is Made Of" [8:34]
6. "We Are Saints, Solange!" [9:28]
7. Madame Returns [8:11]
8. "Of What Use Are Gowns to Me?" [7:54]
9. "Madame Must Have Her Tea!" [8:45]
10. "Naturally, Maids Are Guilty..." [9:37]
11. The Final Ceremony [6:39]
12. "Call Me Mademoiselle" [9:00]
13. "We Are Beautiful!" [6:50]
Side #6 -- Luther
2. Act I; Opening Titles [3:48]
3. A New Life [8:22]
4. "I Confess..." [11:03]
5. The Sacrament [3:48]
6. An Unruly Guest [7:05]
7. Father & Son [8:12]
8. "The Blasphemy Began..." [6:07]
9. The Vicar's Advice [7:44]
10. Act II; The Sermon [7:22]
11. The Pope's Ambassador [15:16]
12. "Breathe Into Me!" [2:43]
13. A Royal Inquisition [8:56]
14. "The Great Fire Is Spreading" [3:09]
15. "God Is the Butcher" [7:20]
16. "The Love of a Woman" [10:12]
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Menu

Side #1 -- The Iceman Cometh: Disc 1
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      The Iceman Cometh Theatrical Trailer
      "Eugene O'Neill and The Iceman Cometh" by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
      The AFT Cinebill for The Iceman Cometh
         Love/Hate: O'Neill at the Movies
         "Born in a Hotel Room - and - God Damn It, Died in a Hotel Room!"
         Robert Ryan 1909-1973
      The Iceman Cometh Stills Gallery
      An Interview With Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre (26 Min)
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT Promotional Reel, 1974 (6 Min)
      Trailer Gallery - Includes a Complete List of AFT Films
         Butley: Play
         A Delicate Balance: Play
         The Homecoming: Play
         The Iceman Cometh: Play
         Lost in the Stars: Play
         Luther: Play
         Rhinoceros: Play
         Gaileo: Play
         Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
         The Maids: Play
         The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
         Play All
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook - A Collection of Articles and Essays
         A Letter From Ely Landau - Written in 1973, to Potential AFT Subscribers
         "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
   About the Master
Side #2 -- The Iceman Cometh: Disc 2
   Play
   Scenes
Side #3 -- Rhinoceros
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      An Interview With Director Tom O'Horgan
      Rhinoceros Theatrical Trailer
      "Eugene Ionesco and Rhinoceros" by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
      Zero Mostel: An Absurd Interview
      The AFT Cinebill for Rhinoceros
         Eugene Ionesco: Writings on the Theatre
         Tom O'Horgan: The Absurdity of the Absurd
      Rhinoceros Stills Gallery
      An Interview With Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre (26 Min)
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT Promotional Reel, 1974 (6 Min)
      Trailer Gallery - Includes a Complete List of AFT Films
         Butley: Play
         A Delicate Balance: Play
         The Homecoming: Play
         The Iceman Cometh: Play
         Lost in the Stars: Play
         Luther: Play
         Rhinoceros: Play
         Galileo: Play
         Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
         The Maids: Play
         The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
         Play All
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
         A Letter From Ely Landau - Written in 1973, to Potential AFT Subscribers
         "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 -- Butley
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      Butley Theatrical Trailer
      "Simon Gray and Butley" by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
      The AFT Cinebill for Butley
         Harold Pinter, Director
         Erich Segal: The Prof as Protagonist
      Butley Stills Gallery
      An Interview With Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre (26 Min)
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT Promotional Reed, 1974 (6 Min)
      Trailer Gallery - Includes a Complete List of AFT Films
         Butley: Play
         A Delicate Balance: Play
         The Homecoming: Play
         The Iceman Cometh: Play
         Lost in the Stars: Play
         Luther: Play
         Rhinoceros: Play
         Galileo: Play
         Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
         The Maids: Play
         The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
         Play All
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook - A Collection of Articles and Essays
         A Letter From Ely Landau - Written in 1973, to Potential AFT Subscribers
         "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 #5 -- The Maids
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      The Maids Theatrical Trailer
      Bonus Trailer: Murderous Maids
         Play Trailer
      "Jean Genet and The Maids" by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
      The AFT Cinebill for The Maids
         On Genet's Theatre and The Maids
         "To Oblivion"
         Glenda Jackson Talks About The Maids and the Place of Women in the Theater
      The Maids Stills Gallery
      An Interview With Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre (26 Min)
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT Promotional Reed, 1974 (6 Min)
      Trailer Gallery - Includes a Complete List of AFT Films
         Butley: Play
         A Delicate Balance: Play
         The Homecoming: Play
         The Iceman Cometh: Play
         Lost in the Stars: Play
         Luther: Play
         Rhinoceros: Play
         Galileo: Play
         Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
         The Maids: Play
         The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
         Play All
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook - A Collection of Articles and Essays
         A Letter From Ely Landau - Written in 1973, to Potential AFT Subscribers
         "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 #6 -- Luther
   Play
   Scenes
   Special Features
      Luther Theatrical Trailer
      "John Osborne and Luther" by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
      The AFT Cinebill for Luther
         A Chronology of the Life of Luther
         Guy Green: On Staging the Film
      Luther Stills Gallery
      An Interview With Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, the American Film Theatre (26 Min)
         Play Interview
      Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera - AFT Promotional Reel, 1974 (6 Min)
      Trailer Gallery - Includes a Complete List of AFT Films
         Butley: Play
         A Delicate Balance: Play
         The Homecoming: Play
         The Iceman Cometh: Play
         Lost in the Stars: Play
         Luther: Play
         Rhinoceros: Play
         Galileo: Play
         Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris: Play
         The Maids: Play
         The Man in the Glass Booth: Play
         Play All
      The American Film Theatre Scrapbook - A Collection of Articles and Essays
         A Letter From Ely Landau - Written in 1973, to Potential AFT Subscribers
         "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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