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  • Published: Culver City, CA : Columbia TriStar Home Video, c1999.
  • Year Published: 1999
  • Edition: Special ed. ; widescreen format.
  • Description: 1 videodisc (118 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD
  • Rated: PG

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  • 0767821688 :
  • 043396028500

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The Way we were

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Call number: DVD Drama Way

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor, Pittsfield Adult, West Adult

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"02850."

Rated PG.

Originally released as a motion picture in 1973.

Features include: theatrical trailers ; scene access ; director Sidney Pollack's commentary ; new making-of documentary "Lookin back" ; interactive menus ; talent files ; bonus trailers ; production notes.

Digitally remastered audio & anamorphic video ; English 5.1 (Dolby digital) and 2-channel (Dolby surround).

Barbra Streisand, Robert Redford, Bradford Dillman, Viveca Lindfors, Herb Edelman, Murray Hamilton, Patrick O'Neal, Lois Chiles.

The romance and marriage of opposites-- the love that binds them together and the differences that tear them apart. A love story from college to Hollywood in the thirties, forties, and fifties.

DVD ; Widescreen.

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Nice movie for all.

The two main characters (Streisand and Redford) are so different from each other its hard to believe they ever got together in this film.

Beautiful movie

For everyone out there who survived the 60s and 70s and thinks they cannot bear to look at Barbra Streisand one more time, think again. This is truly a fantastic film, with Streisand and Robert Redford both playing phenomenal roles. Despite being polar opposites, the two meet in college and end up falling in love. The film follows them trying to make their relationship work over the years despite their continued differences in character and beliefs. Backed by the 1973 Academy Award winning Best Song "The Way We Were," this film doesn't deserve the cheesy reputation that it sometimes receives. It's actually a wonderfully honest look at the joy and pain that an ultimately doomed relationship brings to a couple over the years. I always highly recommend it!

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