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Steel Magnolias

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Overview

Break out the hankies for this beautiful, feature-intensive presentation of Steel Magnolias, arriving on DVD in an attractive, comprehensive package courtesy of Columbia TriStar Home Video. Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen with a choice of English Dolby Digital Surround, or Spanish or Portuguese Dolby Digital Stereo with optional English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, or Thai subtitles this disc also boasts an impressive list of special features. In addition to a wonderful transfer of the film, ...
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Overview

Break out the hankies for this beautiful, feature-intensive presentation of Steel Magnolias, arriving on DVD in an attractive, comprehensive package courtesy of Columbia TriStar Home Video. Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen with a choice of English Dolby Digital Surround, or Spanish or Portuguese Dolby Digital Stereo with optional English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, or Thai subtitles this disc also boasts an impressive list of special features. In addition to a wonderful transfer of the film, viewers can access "Talent Files and Production Notes," "Deleted Scenes," "Exclusive Featurette," the film's soundtrack as an "Isolated Music Score," and "Bonus Trailers," making this disc a must-have for the countless fans of this heartwarming film.
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Special Features

Digitally mastered audio and anamorphic video; Widescreen presentation; Audio: English 2-channel [Dolby Surround]; Additional languages: Spanish, Portuguese; Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai; Director's commentary; Deleted scenes; Exclusive featurette; Isolated music score; Bonus trailers; Talent files; Interactive menus; Production notes; Scene selections
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
A self-styled "woman's picture" that generates laughter and tears with equal facility, Steel Magnolias is blessed with an extraordinary ensemble of female actors, each of them cast to perfection. Much of the action revolves around a small Southern town's beauty shop, managed by lusty, straight-talkin' Dolly Parton. Her regular customers and close friends include devoted mother Sally Field, who's worried that her diabetic daughter Julia Roberts in her first major screen role isn't up to raising her newborn child; Shirley MacLaine, the town's tart-tongued curmudgeon; Olympia Dukakis, a no-nonsense matron who's Shirley's frequent sparring partner; and Daryl Hannah, Dolly's ditzy assistant. These characters are sharply drawn by Robert Harling, who adapts his own play to the screen and provides the women with crisp, natural dialogue. Director Herbert Ross The Goodbye Girl unites his talented performers, making them a cohesive group and reinforcing the notion that when women with common goals and yearnings stick together, there's nothing they can't accomplish or endure.
All Movie Guide - Jason Clark
While it never truly escapes its theatrical origins, Robert Harling's tale of a gaggle of loquacious Southern belles manages to succeed as a straightforward entertainment. More sentimental and heavy-handed than it needs to be, the movie nevertheless has a major selling point: it creates full-bodied characters for a talented troupe of A-list actresses, many of whom never get an opportunity to play roles that are as much fun. The film expands on the original six-character outline to include the men in these women's lives, but not to much success, as the actresses dominate the film throughout. Magnolias is well cast right down the line (only Sally Field takes her part too far over the top), with a luminous early role for Julia Roberts in the most affecting performance. Oddly enough, the film is often compared to Terms of Endearment, the film to which Harling would write and direct the sequel The Evening Star, an effort that failed to capitalize on either of these films' strengths or their impressive box office.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/25/2000
  • UPC: 043396702479
  • Original Release: 1989
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Language: English, Español, Portugais
  • Time: 1:59:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 10,178

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sally Field M'Lynn Eatenton
Dolly Parton Truvy Jones
Shirley MacLaine Ouiser Boudreaux
Daryl Hannah Annelle Dupuy Desoto
Olympia Dukakis Clairee Belcher
Julia Roberts Shelby Eatenton Latcherie
Tom Skerritt Drum Eatenton
Sam Shepard Spud Jones
Dylan McDermott Jackson Latcherie
Kevin J. O'Connor Sammy Desoto
Bill McCutcheon Owen Jenkins
Teresa Beaudoin Receptionist
Oscar J. Bienvenu Jr. Doctor
Carole Cook
Gale J. Odom Church Singer
Aja Sansone Monique
Betsy Widhalm Church Organist
James Shapkoff III Delivery Man
Ann Wedgeworth Aunt Fern
Jonathan Ward Jonathan Eatenton
Bibi Besch Belle Marmillion
Janine Turner Nancy Beth Marmillion
James Wlcek Marshall Marmillion
Ronald Young Drew Marmillion
Nancy Parsons Janice Van Meter
Robert Ginnaven Mayor Van Meter
Tom Hodges Louie Jones
Rick Hurst Bark Boone
Robert Harling Minister
C. Houser Jack Jr. (1 year old)
Daniel Camp Jack Jr. (3 years old)
Norman Fletcher Mr. Latcherie, Sr.
Lori Tate Mrs. Latcherie, Sr.
Robert Adams Dr. Judd
Rodney Alan Fulton Bobby Ray Ross
Spencer Henderson Dancing Couple
Sandra Asbury-Johnson Dancing Couple
Gladys Mallard Nurse
Betty J. Dove Nurse
Travis Harrison Delivery Boy
Walker May Newspaper Boy
Robert R. Morgan Cook
Roger D. McCann Cook's Helper
Debbie McCann Cook's Helper
Knowl Johnson Tommy Eatenton
Carol Sutton Nurse Pam
Trent Dawson Church Singer
Technical Credits
Herbert Ross Director
John A. Alonzo Cinematographer
Hub Braden Art Director
Gene Callahan Production Designer
Hallie D'Amore Makeup
Georges Delerue Score Composer
Robert Harling Screenwriter
Kevin Harris Special Effects
Spencer Henderson Choreography
Paul Hirsch Editor
Garry Lewis Set Decoration/Design
Leigh Mitchell Makeup
Michael Okowita Art Director
Edward Pisoni Production Designer
Lee Poll Set Decoration/Design
Christina Smith Makeup
Ray Stark Producer
Andrew Stone Associate Producer
Julie Weiss Costumes/Costume Designer
Victoria White Executive Producer
Steven Wolff Set Decoration/Design
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Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [3:27]
2. Mother of the bride [3:27]
3. New hire [1:50]
4. Talking trash [1:47]
5. Clairee Belcher [5:08]
6. Ouiser Boudreaux [2:02]
7. Wedding day gossip [6:58]
8. Insulin shock. [5:48]
9. Personal tragedy [3:57]
10. The wedding [2:40]
11. The reception [6:26]
12. Leaving the nest [3:51]
13. Christmas festival [3:09]
14. Color announcer [1:12]
15. "I'm pregnant" [:59]
16. A big secret [11:47]
17. First birthday party [1:52]
18. Shelby's new 'do [1:17]
19. Dialysis [5:14]
20. Beer & Christ [3:23]
21. "Looks good" [5:30]
22. Wedding shower [1:18]
23. Shelby takes ill [3:56]
24. In a coma [1:12]
25. Family decision [3:42]
26. Grave site [5:24]
27. Laughter through tears [2:23]
28. Life goes on [3:42]
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Menu

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Audio
Subtitles
Special Features
   Director's Commentary: ON
   Director's Commentary: OFF
   Deleted Scenes
   Talent Files
      Herbert Ross
      Sally Field
      Dolly Parton
      Shirley MacLaine
      Daryl Hannah
      Olympia Dukakis
      Julia Roberts
   Bonus Trailers
      My Best Friend's Wedding
      Stepmom
   In Full Bloom: Remembering Steel Magnolias
   Menu Group #1 with 28 chapter(s) covering 01:58:08
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Customer Reviews

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    Perfect.

    Perfect.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Great Movie

    GREAT movie! Love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2014

    Sally Fields scene at Shelby's grave site makes me lose it every

    Sally Fields scene at Shelby's grave site makes me lose it every time I see this movie!!  I cry like a baby feeling her pain! A true keeper!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great movie, Even better play

    I love this movie, I had seen it numerous times before I was cast as Annelle in the play with a local theatre group. I must say that the play is by far much better than the movie. There are a lot of things that are omitted from the movie. However the movie is wonderful and I thoroughly enjoy being able to speak every line along with the actresses. The only downfall I believe is that the actors and actresses tried too hard to put on a southern accent. I myself am from Alabama and we really do not sound like that. I think they laid it on a little too thick. Other than that it's a wonderful movie. Very touching, and hilarious at the same time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FANTASTIC FILM

    I thought this was great, funny, sad, everything rolled into one. Tells life as it is....and something everyone can relate to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Love those buns!

    I would just like to say that watching this film was most enjoyable,especially the shower scene.Besides all of this, I liked the movie in general, but I wish that they would have had at least one black actress in one of the leading roles, someone like maybe Cicely Tyson or Whoopee Goldberg. It would have made it even more interesting. although it was an excellent film.

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