- Published: Burbank, CA. : Turner Entertainment, Warner Home Video, 2000.
- Year Published: 2000
- Edition: Standard version.
- Description: 1 videodisc (112 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
- Language: English
- Format: DVD
- Cukor, George Dewey, 1899- .
- Grant, Cary, 1904-1986. .
- Hepburn, Katharine, 1907-2003.
- Stewart, James, 1908-1997. .
- Hussey, Ruth, 1917-2005.
- Howard, John, 1913-
- Young, Roland, 1887-1953.
- Halliday, John, 1880-1947.
- Nash, Mary, 1885-1976.
- Weidler, Virginia, 1926-1968.
- Mankiewicz, Joseph L.
- Barry, Philip, 1896-1949.
- Turner Entertainment Co.
- Warner Home Video (Firm)
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The Philadelphia story
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Call number: DVD Comedy Philadelphia
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Based on the play by Philip Barry entitled: Philadelphia story.
Special features: Interactive menus, theatrical trailer, scene access.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1940.
"Standard version presented in a format preserving the aspect ratio of its original theatrical exhibition".
Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, Ruth Hussey, John Howard, Roland Young, John Halliday, Mary Nash, Virginia Weidler.
A sophisticated romantic comedy about a rich, spoiled socialite who learns some things about who she is and what she really wants on the eve of her second marriage.
DVD ; Dolby digital.
Contents: Philadelphia story.
Reviews & Summaries
The movie is humorous, though less crazy than Bringing Up Baby, with Grant's character finding himself still in love with Hepburn's although she is scheduled to be married to another man within a couple of days. Add to that a couple of reporters from the a nosey celebrity magazine, and it is not surprising that many things go awry before the date of the wedding.
Grant is humorous, Stewart is hilarious and Hepburn is the heroine, and all together they make for a wonderfully classic movie.
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