Norma Rae

Norma Rae

Director: Martin Ritt Cast: Sally Field, Beau Bridges, Ron Leibman
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DVD (Wide Screen / Mono / Stereo)

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Overview

Norma Rae

Martin Ritt's Norma Rae comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Surround and Dolby Digital Mono, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. English and Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include the original theatrical trailer and a 20-minute featurette titled "Backstory: Norma Rae." This memorable film has been given a respectable DVD release from 20th Century Fox.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/17/2001
UPC: 0024543013747
Original Release: 1979
Rating: PG
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [stereo, monaural]
Time: 1:58:00
Sales rank: 4,100

Special Features

20-minute "Backstory: Norma Rae"; Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sally Field Norma Rae
Beau Bridges Sonny
Ron Leibman Reuben
Pat Hingle Vernon
Barbara Baxley Leona
Gail Strickland Bonnie Mae
Lonny Chapman Gardner
Morgan Paull Wayne Billings
Frank McRae James Brown
Bob Minor Lucius White
James Luisi George Benson
Mary Munday Mrs. Johnson
Noble Willingham Leroy Mason
Gregory Walcott Lamar Miller
Vernon Weddle Rev. Hubbard
George R. Robertson Farmer
Henry Slate Policeman
Roy Tatum Woodrow Bowser
Jack Stryker J.J. Davis
Grace Zabriskie Linette Odum
Booth Colman Dr. Watson
Fred Covington Alston
Lee de Broux Lujan
Charlie Briggs Warren Lotting
John Calvin Ellis Harper
Robert Broyles Sam Bolen
Clayton Landey Teddy Bob Keeler
Bob Hannah Jed Buffum
Edith Ivey Louise Pickens
Joe Dorsey Woodrow Thompson
J. Don Ferguson Peter Galiot
Gilbert Green Al London
Bert Freed Sam Dakin

Technical Credits
Martin Ritt Director
John A. Alonzo Cinematographer
Tamara Asseyev Producer
Bruce Bisenz Sound/Sound Designer
Tracy Bousman Art Director
Tom Ellingwood Makeup
Harriet Frank Screenwriter
Gregory Garrison Set Decoration/Design
Norman Gimbel Songwriter
Walter Scott Herndon Production Designer
Sid Levin Editor
Irving Ravetch Screenwriter
Alex Rose Producer
David Shire Score Composer
William Turner Makeup

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Norma Rae
1. Main Titles [3:05]
2. Deaf For A Little While [5:19]
3. The Union Organizer [3:04]
4. A New Friend [:35]
5. Another Union Guy [3:54]
6. A Promotion [1:03]
7. The Ball Game [:54]
8. Sonny Webster [1:23]
9. One Of These Days... [3:46]
10. Back On The Line [1:23]
11. Sonny's Offer [2:15]
12. What A Union Is [7:54]
13. The Inspection [1:53]
14. Joining Up [:55]
15. The New Organizer [1:39]
16. Things Move Slowly [4:37]
17. The Back Roads [3:35]
18. This Is The Life [1:58]
19. Domestic Problems [4:27]
20. Books [2:18]
21. A Stretchout [:35]
22. A Death In The Family [:31]
23. Our Own Another Jones [2:56]
24. Ugly Rumors [3:00]
25. Things Get Mean [1:59]
26. A Woman Alone [3:21]
27. Under Arrest [3:10]
28. I'm A Jailbird... [:56]
29. Sonny's Promise [2:34]
30. Union! [1:37]
31. Reuben's Farewell [1:25]
32. End Titles [2:50]

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Norma Rae 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
GeorgiaC-TX More than 1 year ago
PRIMO Martin Ritt. Thank God for this film. Along with "To Kill a Mockingbird" (the book and the film, both), it gives me hope that the essential spirit of democracy and justice in America cannot die, despite what's subsequently become of the labor unions in this country. Colossal performances by Field, Leibman, and the incomparable Pat Hingle.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
THE MOST AUTHENTIC ORGANIZING MOVIE EVER MADE. WORKERS DESERVE RESPECT
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really had no desire to see this movie for a very long time. As I have been getting older though, I have been renting and watching older movies more and more. I decided I would finally watch "Norma Rae" and see for myself why people have been raving about Sally Field's performance for all these years. For once the hype was right. Her portrayal as the title character is nothing short of amazing. In the climactic scene when she holds up the "Union" sign, the viewer can't help but feel the pains and agony of her struggle against enormous odds. Seeing this movie reminded me of my new love for older films.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had to watch this movie for school. Usually when ever we watch a movie there, I get nervous because most of the movies the teachers make us watch are hopelessly boring. I can't say this movie was that, but I'm still wondering why it won so many Oscars.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Wonderful true story of a poor woman with courage and determination. You don't have to be famous or rich to make a differents in the world.
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