Starry Night

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Overview

How would you feel if you came back to life over a century after your death to discover that you'd become famous in the interim? A woman creates a magic potion that can bring people back from the dead, and first recipient of this special treatment in none other than Vincent Van Gogh (played by (Abbott Alexander). Vincent finds himself alive and more than a bit disoriented on our astral plane as he finds himself in the midst of the Tournament of Roses Parade. Since he died obscure and penniless, Vincent is amazed ...
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Overview

How would you feel if you came back to life over a century after your death to discover that you'd become famous in the interim? A woman creates a magic potion that can bring people back from the dead, and first recipient of this special treatment in none other than Vincent Van Gogh (played by (Abbott Alexander). Vincent finds himself alive and more than a bit disoriented on our astral plane as he finds himself in the midst of the Tournament of Roses Parade. Since he died obscure and penniless, Vincent is amazed to discover that his work has become well-known and quite valuable; he begins stealing his works from art galleries and collectors, while Murphy (Sally Kirkland), an LAPD detective, is assigned to find whoever's been heisting all the Van Goghs in the area. Vincent has a hard time getting anyone to believe he is who he claims to be, though his lawyer (Lou Wagner) and a young painter (Lisa Waltz) seem to be convinced. Director Paul Davids was best-known for his television work and for the documentary Timothy Leary's Dead.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/30/2001
  • UPC: 025192111822
  • Original Release: 1999
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 60,626

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Abbott Alexander Vincent van Gogh
Lisa Waltz
Lou Wagner
Sally Kirkland Detective Murphy
Brian Drillinger
Technical Credits
Paul Davids Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Jim Barry Art Director
Hollace Davids Producer
Eva Fried Production Designer
Eileen Mulvey Editor
Felicity Newman Executive Producer
Richard A. Rosen Co-producer
Robert Rotstan Production Designer
David W. Smith Cinematographer, Producer
Anil Urmil Executive Producer
Brad Warnaar Score Composer
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Scene Index

Chapter List
0. Chapter List
1. A Brew for Vincent [3:20]
2. Main Titles [3:28]
3. Vincent Comes Back [11:44]
4. $33 Million? [1:48]
5. Theft of the Self-Portrait [10:04]
6. Advice from a Master [8:18]
7. The Hollywood Collection [4:45]
8. The van Gogh Bandit [6:05]
9. Under Arrest [3:55]
10. Vincent's Defense [6:21]
11. Hypnosis [4:03]
12. Taking Sides [4:16]
13. The Exhibition [2:36]
14. Head of Boy [5:11]
15. Off to France [6:01]
16. In the Crypt [4:22]
17. The Final Terms [7:30]
18. Vincent Did Return [4:29]
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Menu

Side #1
   Menu Group #1 with 19 chapter(s) covering 01:38:22
Bonus Materials
   The Making Of Starry Night
   Feature Commentary.p
   Vincent van Gohg- A Historical Overview
   Production Notes
   DVD Newsletter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A delightful film

    Starry Night is a delightful, warm story about the return of Vincent Van Gogh 100 years after his death. You'll be glad you watched it. In spite of a two second nude scene (an artists model in the distant background)it is okay for kids.

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