Forget Paris

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Billy Crystal and Debra Winger star as a couple seeking to stretch a short-tern romance into long-term bliss in this touching romantic comedy, arriving on DVD from Turner Home Video. Viewable in either the original 1.85:1 widescreen theatrical aspect ratio (enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs) or standard 1.33:1 full-screen pan-and-scan, this release also features a closed-captioned English Dolby Digital soundtrack in addition to an alternate French Dolby Digital Surround track and optional English and French subtitles. A ...
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Billy Crystal and Debra Winger star as a couple seeking to stretch a short-tern romance into long-term bliss in this touching romantic comedy, arriving on DVD from Turner Home Video. Viewable in either the original 1.85:1 widescreen theatrical aspect ratio (enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs) or standard 1.33:1 full-screen pan-and-scan, this release also features a closed-captioned English Dolby Digital soundtrack in addition to an alternate French Dolby Digital Surround track and optional English and French subtitles. A theatrical trailer is the sole extra feature.
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Special Features

Theatrical trailer; English & Français, with subtitles.
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It's always interesting to see unfamiliar professions and their peculiar demands captured on film, and Billy Crystal taps into this keenly in Forget Paris, creating a curious audience for the behind-the-scenes life of an NBA referee. Some might consider the job the worst of both worlds: the horrible travel schedule of a professional athlete with none of the glory, and instead of glory, actual ill will from both players and fans who disagree with his calls. But the job and the cameos from real NBA players, which punched up the trailer, are mostly a surface gimmick, a way in for Crystal to explore the Woody Allen-like subject matter that truly interests him: the semi-functional relationships of aging New Yorkers, which get articulately talked out in a succession of alternately funny and heartbreaking scenes. It's not up to the standards of When Harry Met Sally..., but Crystal's directorial debut, which he also co-wrote, shows that he paid attention when he starred in wistful romantic comedies like this in the past. There are some zany scenes of pure comedy, but also a number that dwell on the sadness of falling in love under impractical circumstances. Anyone who has experienced an intense romantic interlude like the one Crystal and Debra Winger spend in Paris will sympathize, as the characters desperately try to forge a lasting relationship from a dizzy soup of memories.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/18/2000
  • UPC: 053939250121
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: Turner Home Ent
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen/ Dolby 5.1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Billy Crystal Mickey Gordon
Debra Winger Ellen Andrews
Joe Mantegna Andy
Cynthia Stevenson Liz
Richard Masur Craig
Julie Kavner Lucy
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Himself
Marvin Albert Himself
Richard Assad Suitcase Man
Charles Barkley Himself
E.E. Bell Angry Fan
Bernard Brown Basketball Player
Andre Rosey Brown Huge Bodyguard
Janette Caldwell Andy's DAte
Bert Copello Airline Employee
Robert Costanzo Waiter
Sam Crawford Basketball Player
Judyann Elder Ivy
Patrick Ewing Himself
Jo Farkas Angry Fan
Richard Haje Dangerous Man
Anthony C. Hall Basketball Player
Tim Halligan Doctor
William Hickey Arthur
Clint Howard Exterminator
Gregory Paul Jackson Airline Official
Kevin Johnson Himself
Ken Johnson Angry Fan
Ken Johnson Angry Fan
Allan Kolman French Waiter
Bill Laimbeer Himself
Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh
Mike McGee Basketball Player
Nigel Miguel Basketball Player
Cathy Moriarty Lois
Kevin Morris Basketball Player
David Robinson Himself
Ron Ross Insolent Official
David Sanborn Himself
Dawan Scott Basketball Player
Liz Sheridan Woman in Car
John Spencer Jack
David St. James Airline Official
Reggie Theus Basketball Player
Isiah Thomas Himself
Bill Walton Himself
Irving Wasserman Man in Car
Spud Webb Himself
Johnny Williams Lou
Tom Wright Tommy
Technical Credits
Billy Crystal Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Debbie Allen Choreography
Roy Barnes Set Decoration/Design
Kent Beyda Editor
Don Burgess Cinematographer
William Cruse Art Director
Pam Dixon Casting
Lowell Ganz Screenwriter
David Hallinan Asst. Director
Gregory King Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert La Bonge Camera Operator
Babaloo Mandel Screenwriter
Terence Marsh Production Designer
Peter Montagna Makeup
Judy Ruskin Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Schindler Executive Producer
Michael Seirton Set Decoration/Design
Marc Shaiman Score Composer, Songwriter
Kelly Van Horn Co-producer
Jeff Wexler Sound/Sound Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Standard
0. Scene Selections
1. Romantic Credits (Our Love Is Here to Stay). [2:01]
2. Mickey's Call. [4:24]
3. A Little Problem. [3:26]
4. Ellen Solves It. [3:17]
5. Famous Last Words. [5:45]
6. Sightseeing (April in Paris). [2:50]
7. Our Love Is Here to Stay. [2:45]
8. Ref at Work (For All We Know). [4:46]
9. Cardinal Sin. [2:58]
10. Doesn't Make Me Laugh. [4:44]
11. New Girl in Charlotte. [4:37]
12. Welcome to L.A. [3:06]
13. Sticky Pigeon. [2:30]
14. Why Not Quit? [3:27]
15. She's Up, He's Down. [4:04]
16. Aggravating Arthur. [2:24]
17. Move On. [2:07]
18. Missing Me. [4:22]
19. Pre-Marital Jitters. [2:09]
20. Rebounds (Just One of Those Things). [4:10]
21. Therapy; Making It Work. [2:47]
22. Piece of Cake (My Melancholy Baby). [7:08]
23. Can't Fit the Space. [3:59]
24. Forget Paris. [3:49]
25. That Thing in Their Voice (April in Paris). [2:11]
26. Wherever You Are (The Star-Spangled Banner). [3:37]
27. A Toast. [2:13]
28. The Cast (April in Paris). [:33]
29. End Credits (When You Love Someone). [4:15]
30. You Got It. [:41]
Side #2 -- Widescreen
0. Scene Selections
1. Romantic Credits (Our Love Is Here to Stay). [2:01]
2. Mickey's Call. [4:24]
3. A Little Problem. [3:26]
4. Ellen Solves It. [3:17]
5. Famous Last Words. [5:45]
6. Sightseeing (April in Paris). [2:50]
7. Our Love Is Here to Stay. [2:45]
8. Ref at Work (For All We Know). [4:46]
9. Cardinal Sin. [2:58]
10. Doesn't Make Me Laugh. [4:44]
11. New Girl in Charlotte. [4:37]
12. Welcome to L.A. [3:06]
13. Sticky Pigeon. [2:30]
14. Why Not Quit? [3:27]
15. She's Up, He's Down. [4:04]
16. Aggravating Arthur. [2:24]
17. Move On. [2:07]
18. Missing Me. [4:22]
19. Pre-Marital Jitters. [2:09]
20. Rebounds (Just One of Those Things). [4:10]
21. Therapy; Making It Work. [2:47]
22. Piece of Cake (My Melancholy Baby). [7:08]
23. Can't Fit the Space. [3:59]
24. Forget Paris. [3:49]
25. That Thing in Their Voice (April in Paris). [2:11]
26. Wherever You Are (The Star-Spangled Banner). [3:37]
27. A Toast. [2:13]
28. The Cast (April in Paris). [:33]
29. End Credits (When You Love Someone). [4:15]
30. You Got It. [:41]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Standard
   Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Soundtracks: English
      Soundtracks: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
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Side #2 -- Widescreen
   Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Soundtracks: English
      Soundtracks: Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
   Play Movie
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    When do you two get involved-- when there's GUN-PLAY??

    Billy Crystal at his absolute funniest!! In this hysterical romantic comedy, Billy plays Mickey Gordon, a little man in a tall profession-- one of the NBA's top referees. His love interest, Ellen, is played with equal charm and wit, by Debra Winger. They meet in the most bizarre of circumstances in the City of Lights, and take you through the ups and downs and zany turns of their relationship, as told through the points-of-view of a handful of their friends around the dinner table at Helen's restaurant. You can always count on Crystal to keep you in a constant state of side-splitting laughter with his relentless stream of sarcastic one-liners, his candid, tell-it-like-it-is opinions, and his charming mix of humility and arrogance. A must-see!!

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