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Silverado, Lawrence Kasdan's love letter to the Western, gets a handsome DVD release with this gift set from Sony. The film is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.40:1, giving the film an entirely new look to anyone familiar with the film only from broadcast television. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1. Supplemental materials include a featurette consisting of interviews with the cast and crew, a second ...
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Silverado, Lawrence Kasdan's love letter to the Western, gets a handsome DVD release with this gift set from Sony. The film is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.40:1, giving the film an entirely new look to anyone familiar with the film only from broadcast television. English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1. Supplemental materials include a featurette consisting of interviews with the cast and crew, a second featurette in which Kevin Costner discusses his memories of working on the film (one of his first big roles), a booklet with pictures and writing about the film, and a deck of playing cards.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Exclusive new featurette: "A Return to Silverado With Kevin Costner"; "Along the Silverado Trail": A Western historians' commentary; "A History of Western Shootouts," narrated by John Cleese; Superbit presentation; Talent files; Bonus previews; Collectible Silverado playing cards; Exclusive 20-page movie scrapbook
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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Mindful of classic horse-opera conventions but determined to strike a more naturalistic tone, Silverado is a sprawling, fast-paced western that, upon its theatrical release in 1985, delighted younger moviegoers who heretofore had disdained such films. Writer-director Lawrence Kasdan was no stranger to refurbishing moribund genres, having breathed new life into film noir several years earlier with Body Heat. Kasdan’s casting had a lot to do with Silverado’s contemporary feel: Of his four protagonists, only Scott Glenn fit the mold of the "strong, silent type" popularized by such erstwhile westerners as Gary Cooper; fellow gunslingers Kevin Kline, Danny Glover, and Kevin Costner never looked like anything other than baby boomers playing cowboys. Supporting players Rosanna Arquette, Jeff Goldblum, and John Cleese were also unlikely choices for a period western. But Kasdan’s casting sense was hardly a drawback, as the positive audience reception proved. Silverado, which intertwines the destinies of four drifters, offers rousing action scenes including several superbly staged shootouts, dastardly villains especially crooked sheriff Brian Dennehy, and panoramic vistas. Moreover, it’s simultaneously respectful and insouciant, which probably explains why the film's audience has grown over the years. The Collector's Edition DVD, which sports a new transfer, a making-of documentary, and production notes, will no doubt continue that trend.
All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
On the heels of his top-notch script for Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), a film which single-handedly revived the long-dead cliffhanger, writer/director Lawrence Kasdan reimagines another vintage genre for modern audiences, this time the Western, with equally delightful and successful results. An absolutely first-rate piece for which some credit must be given to the filmmaker's brother, co-writer, and producer Mark Kasdan, a longtime aficionado of classic oaters, the film manages to be respectful to its cinematic roots while at the same time displaying a welcome, intelligent irony and some playful cheek. Casting is a virtual primer on how to fit the right actor to the correct role, but then, the brothers Kasdan give their stars some juicy parts with which to work. In particular, Kevin Kline shines as a troubled antihero equivocating over moral choices with a very modern detachment from his surroundings that intentionally comes across as sometimes Zen-like, sometimes weak-kneed. Kevin Costner is triumphant in his youthful breakthrough part, joyfully leaping into his role with a zest and energy sadly lacking in many of his later films. To top it all off, the film boasts a rich number of supporting players and an environment so lovingly realized, it could be a Robert Altman film if it weren't so lighthearted. Its frolicsome tone and sense of humor may make it difficult for some to take so seriously, but Silverado is a genuinely great Western. It ranks with McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971), Unforgiven (1992), and the television miniseries Lonesome Dove (1989) as among the best examples of its lamentably scant form in the latter 20th century.
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
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This movie is more sophisticated and complicated than the Westerns of my childhood, and it is certainly better looking and better acted. But it has the same spirit; it awards itself the carefree freedom of the Western myth itself...Silverado is the work of Lawrence Kasdan, the man who wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark, and it has some of the same reckless brilliance about it.

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This movie is more sophisticated and complicated than the Westerns of my childhood, and it is certainly better looking and better acted. But it has the same spirit; it awards itself the carefree freedom of the Western myth itself...Silverado is the work of Lawrence Kasdan, the man who wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark, and it has some of the same reckless brilliance about it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/5/2005
  • UPC: 043396067097
  • Original Release: 1985
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / DTS
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 2:13:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Kline Paden
Scott Glenn Emmett
Kevin Costner Jake
Danny Glover Mal
John Cleese Sheriff Langston
Rosanna Arquette Hannah
Brian Dennehy Cobb
Linda Hunt Stella
Jeff Goldblum Slick
Todd Allen Deputy Kern
Ray Baker McKendrick
Jane Beauchamp Neighbor Woman
Jerry Biggs Bartender
Jerry Block Townsman
Thomas Wilson Brown Augie
Kenny Call Deputy Block
Zeke Davidson Mr. Parker
Dick Durock Bar Fighter
Jeff Fahey Tyree
Ken Farmer Deputy Kyle
James Gammon Dawson
Patricia Gaul Kate
Sam Gauny Deputy Garth
Lois Geary Mrs. Parker
Gene Hartline Bar Fighter
Jim Haynie Bradley
Earl Hindman J.T.
Brion James Hobart [uncredited]
Richard Jenkins Kelly
Jacob Kasdan Stable Boy
Jon Kasdan Boy at Outpost
Meg Kasdan Barmaid
Ross Loney Red
Roy McAdams Tall Outlaw
Bill McIntosh Deputy Charlie
Marvin J. McIntyre Clerk
Rusty Meyers Conrad
Walter Scott Swann
Joe Seneca Ezra
Pepe Serna Scruffy
Charlie Seybert Townsman
Bob Terhune Guard Cowboy
Bill Thurman Proprietor
Autry Ward Hat Thief
Troy Ward Baxter
Ted White Hoyt
Lynn Whitfield Rae
Brad Williams Trooper
Sheb Wooley Cavalry Sergeant
Amanda Wyss Phoebe
Ben Zeller Townsman
Technical Credits
Lawrence Kasdan Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Roy Arbogast Special Effects
John Bailey Cinematographer
Bruce Broughton Score Composer
William Elliott Production Designer
Jerry Gatlin Stunts
Mia Goldman Editor
Michael Grillo Executive Producer
Mark Kasdan Associate Producer, Screenwriter
Rick Kline Sound/Sound Designer
Carol Littleton Editor
Anne McCulley Set Decoration/Design
Donald O. Mitchell Sound/Sound Designer
Wallis Nicita Casting
Gerald O'Dell Makeup
Charles Okun Executive Producer
Arthur Jeph Parker Set Decoration/Design
Ida Random Production Designer
Dan Striepeke Makeup
Kristi Zea Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Silverado, Disc 1
1. Start [6:28]
2. Paden [3:54]
3. Cob [2:47]
4. Tyree [4:45]
5. Refusal of Service [5:10]
6. Jake [8:35]
7. Escape [3:29]
8. Mal [4:44]
9. Outlaws' Hideout [11:09]
10. Family Reunions [4:01]
11. Trespassing [1:22]
12. Stella [2:49]
13. The Owner [6:28]
14. Slick [1:51]
15. Rae & Mal [1:43]
16. The Square Dance [2:45]
17. Emmett's Horse [3:00]
18. Target Practice [6:37]
19. Emmett & Mal [2:33]
20. Hostages [6:15]
21. Springing Her Brother [8:11]
22. McKendrick's Ranch [6:02]
23. Stampede! [1:41]
24. In the Barn [3:35]
25. Jake Comes to Town [7:29]
26. Sticking it to Slick [2:13]
27. Emmett Vs. McKendrick [1:19]
28. End of a Sweet Deal [2:39]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Silverado, Disc 1
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Languages
      Audio: English 5.1
      Audio: English DTS
      Audio: French/Français
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: French/Français
      Subtitles: Spanish/Español
      Subtitles: Portuguese/Português
      Subtitles: Chinese
      Subtitles: Korean
      Subtitles: Thai
      Subtitles: Subtitles Off
   Along the Silverado Trail: A Western Historian's Commentary: On
   Along the Silverado Trail: A Western Historian's Commentary: Off
Side #2 -- Silverado, Disc 2
   Special Features
      A Return to Silverado With Kevin Costner
      The Making of Silverado
      A History of Western Shootouts
      Columbia's Top Westerns Trailer
      Previews
         Silverado
         Classic Westerns
   Previews
      Silverado
      Classic Westerns
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    NO SHOW

    I wouldn't know, I ordered this over a month ago and have never recieved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good even for non-Western fans

    I'm not a huge Western fan, but I love this movie. It has a cast of now popular actors: Kevin Kline, Kevin Costner, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Scott Glenn, Brian Dennehy, and probably others that I've forgotten, all when they were really young. This is such a good guy vs. bad guy movie that we all love. Our characters all join together and, of course, beat the bad guys, although not easily and not without sad casualties. It's a really good western, made so mostly by the talent of Kevin Kline in the lead role, plus the other actors who have gone on to become great. Lots of humor in this one too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2004

    Great Flick

    I loved the young Kevin! Great story line mixed with great action. A must see.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A modern Classic

    This is one of the best modern westerns ever made. It was made at a time when everyone thought the westerns were dead. It has great stars, great script and cinematography. It's got plenty of action, laughs and even a little romance. A classic movie made by a classic director.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Too bad there isn't a 6 Star option

    This is a Western made for everyone who loves Westerns. John Wayne would be proud. Simple values; good wins out over evil, crime doesn't pay. The Plot and characters are typical, but the blending of terrific actors and a screenplay including a bit of a ''wink'' to the western lovers make it anything but typical. It's perfect. Looking for a good movie to share with the kids or if you want to feel like a kid sitting in the balcony on Saturday morning... SILVERADO is a great bet.

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