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The Resource Cary Grant, the vault collection : 18 films from the archives, Paramount Pictures, (videorecording DVD)

Cary Grant, the vault collection : 18 films from the archives, Paramount Pictures, (videorecording DVD)

Label
Cary Grant, the vault collection : 18 films from the archives
Title
Cary Grant, the vault collection
Title remainder
18 films from the archives
Statement of responsibility
Paramount Pictures
Contributor
Actor
Film director
Production company
Publisher
Screenwriter
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
"Charming, sophisticated and debonair, Cary Grant is one of the most popular and enduring Hollywood actors ever to grace the silver screen. His illustrious career spanned over 3 decades and included some of the most unforgettable roles in motion picture history. Cary Grant: The Vault Collection focuses on the first years of his career where the man born as Archibald Leach transforms into the iconic persona of Cary Grant that he is associated with today. Featuring 18 films released bewteen 1932 and 1936, the collection showcases the actor as he perfects his comedic timing and stretches his dramatic skills in a variety of roles alongside such Hollywood legends as Marlene Dietrich, Mae West, Sylvia Sidney, Charles Laughton, Gary Cooper, Randolph Scott, and Fredric March."--Container
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Cataloging source
NTG
Characteristic
videorecording
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  • This is the night (Motion picture : 1932)
  • She done him wrong
  • I'm no angel (Motion picture : 1933)
  • Thirty day princess
  • Kiss and make-up
  • Ladies should listen
  • Enter madame!
  • Big brown eyes (Motion picture)
  • Wedding present (Motion picture : 1936)
  • Devil and the deep
  • Blonde Venus
  • Hot Saturday
  • Madame Butterfly (Motion picture : 1932)
  • Woman accused
  • Eagle and the hawk (Motion picture : 1933)
  • Gambling ship (Motion picture : 1933)
  • Wings in the dark
  • Last outpost (Motion picture : 1935)
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Language note
English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH)
PerformerNote
  • Comedies: Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich, Mae West, Sylvia Sidney, Charles Laughton, Gary Cooper, Randolph Scott, Fredric March, Mae West, Owen Moore, Noah Beery, Lily Damita, Charlie Ruggles, Roland Young, Genevieve Tobin, Helen Mack, Edward Everett Horton
  • Dramas: Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall, Nancy Carroll, Randolph Scott, Fredric March, Carole Lombard, Jack Oakie, Claude Rains, Gertrude Michael, Kathleen Burke, Colin Tapley, Benita Hume, Jack la Rue, Glenda Farrell, John Halliday, Rupert Hughes, Vicki Baum
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  • 1904-1986
  • 1892-1963
  • 1887-1956
  • 1899-1968
  • 1886-1970
  • 1887-1953
  • 1888-1934
  • 1908 January 1-1989
  • 1886-1939
  • 1882-1946
  • 1889-1972
  • 1907-1987
  • 1901-1977
  • 1901-1956
  • 1910-1999
  • 1890-1956
  • 1890-1966
  • 1901-1995
  • 1896-1980
  • 1892-1969
  • 1904-1948
  • 1887-1943
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  • 1887-1980
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  • 1894-1951
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  • 1882-1956
  • 1897-1970
  • 1891-1957
  • 1900-1973
  • 1902-1968
  • 1901-1961
  • 1894-1969
  • 1892-1979
  • 1890-1966
  • 1892-1964
  • 1904-1965
  • 1898-1987
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  • 1880-1947
  • 1872-1956
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  • 1903-1978
  • 1875-1963
  • 1879-1948
  • 1904-1971
  • 1895-1953
  • 1902-1969
  • 1905-1993
  • 1893-1970
  • 1902-1981
  • 1889-1967
  • 1911-1964
  • 1913-1980
  • 1907-1995
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  • Grant, Cary
  • Tuttle, Frank
  • Glazer, Benjamin F.
  • Marion, George
  • Damita, Lily
  • Ruggles, Charlie
  • Young, Roland
  • Sherman, Lowell
  • Thew, Harvey
  • Bright, John
  • West, Mae
  • Moore, Owen
  • Beery, Noah
  • Ruggles, Wesley
  • Taylor, Kent
  • Gering, Marion
  • Sturges, Preston
  • Partos, Frank
  • Sidney, Sylvia
  • Arnold, Edward
  • Thompson, Harlan
  • Tobin, Genevieve
  • Horton, Edward Everett
  • Nugent, Elliott
  • Lehman, Gladys
  • Brackett, Charles
  • Landi, Elissa
  • Overman, Lynne
  • Lynne, Sharon
  • Walsh, Raoul
  • Hanlon, Bert
  • Bennett, Joan
  • Pidgeon, Walter
  • Nolan, Lloyd
  • Wallace, Richard
  • Anthony, Joseph
  • Bancroft, George
  • Nagel, Conrad
  • Lockhart, Gene
  • Levy, Benn W.
  • Bankhead, Tallulah
  • Cooper, Gary
  • Von Sternberg, Josef
  • Furthman, Jules
  • Lauren, S. K.
  • Dietrich, Marlene
  • Marshall, Herbert
  • Seiter, William A.
  • Miller, Seton I.
  • Carroll, Nancy
  • Scott, Randolph
  • Lovett, Josephine
  • March, Joseph Moncure
  • Sloane, Paul
  • Veiller, Bayard
  • Halliday, John
  • Hughes, Rupert
  • Baum, Vicki
  • Walker, Stuart
  • Rogers, Bogart
  • March, Fredric
  • Lombard, Carole
  • Oakie, Jack
  • Gasnier, Louis J.
  • Marcin, Max
  • Hume, Benita
  • LaRue, Jack
  • Farrell, Glenda
  • Flood, James
  • Kirkland, Jack
  • Loy, Myrna
  • Karns, Roscoe
  • Barton, Charles
  • MacDonald, Philip
  • Rains, Claude
  • Michael, Gertrude
  • Burke, Kathleen
  • Tapley, Colin
  • Paramount Productions
  • Paramount Publix Corporation
  • Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm)
Runtime
0
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  • Triangles (Interpersonal relations)
  • Man-woman relationships
  • Spouses
  • Adultery
  • Man-woman relationships
Target audience
adult
Technique
live action
Label
Cary Grant, the vault collection : 18 films from the archives, Paramount Pictures, (videorecording DVD)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • Originally produced by Paramount Pictures as motion pictures in the United States from 1932 to 1936
  • Full frame (1.33:1)
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Comedies: This is the night (1932, 79 min.) / screenplay by Benjamin Glazer and George Marion Jr. ; directed by Frank Tuttle ; starring Lily Damita, Charlie Ruggles, Roland Young, Cary Grant -- She done him wrong (1933, 65 min.) / directed by Lowell Sherman ; [written] by West, Mae ; screen play by Harvey Thew and John Bright -- I'm no angel (1933, 88 min.) / screenplay by Mae West ; directed by Wesley Ruggles -- Thirty day princess (1934. 75 min.) / a B.P. Schulberg production ; directed by Marion Gering ; screen play by Preston Sturges and Frank Partos ; adaptation by Sam Hellman and Edwin Justus Myer -- Kiss and make-up (1934, 71 min.) / directed by Harlan Thompson ; a B.P. Schulberg production ; screen play by Harlan Thompson and George Marion Jr. ; adaptation by Jane Hinton -- Ladies should listen (1934. 61 min.) / produce by Douglas MacLean ; directed by Frank Tuttle ; screen play by Claude Binyon and Frank Butler -- Enter madame! (1935, 28 min.) / produced by Benjamin Glazer ; directed by Elliott Nugent ; screen play by Gladys Lehman and Charles Brackett -- Big brown eyes (1936, 77 min.) / a Walter Wanger production ; directed by Raoul Walsh ; screen play, Raoul Walsh, Bert Hanlon -- Wedding present (1936, 82 min.) / a B.P. Schulberg production ; directed by Richard Wallace ; screen play by Joseph Anthony
  • Dramas: Devil and the deep (1932, 77 min.) / directed by Marion Gering ; screen play by Benn W. Levy -- Blonde Venus (1932, 94 min.) / directed by Josef von Sternberg ; [screenplay] by Jules Furthman and S.K. Lauren -- Hot Saturday (1932, 74 min.) / directed by William Seiter ; screen play by Seton I. Miller ; adaptated by Josephine Lovett and Joseph Moncure March -- Madame Butterfly (1932, 87 min.) / directed by Marion Gerning ; a B.P. Schulberg production ; screen play by Josephine Lovett and Joseph Moncure March -- The woman accused (1933, 73 min.) / directed by Paul Sloane ; screen play by Bayard Veiller -- The eagle and the hawk (1933, 74 min.) / directed by Stuart Walker ; screen play by Bogart Rogers and Seton I. Miller -- Gambling ship (1933, 71 min.) / directed by Louis Gasnier and Max Marcin ; screen play by Max Marcin and Seton I. Miller ; adaptated by Claude Binyon -- Wings in the dark (1935, 76 min.) / produced by Arthur Hornblow, Jr. ; directed by James Flood ; screen play by Jack Kirkland and Frank Partos ; adaptation by Dale Van Every and E.H. Robinson -- The last outpost (1935, 77 min.) / produced by E. LLoyd Sheldon ; directed by Louis Gasnier and Charles Barton ; screen play by Philp MacDonald ; adaptation by Frank Partos and Charles Brackett
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
6 videodiscs (1385 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
025192351150
Other physical details
sound, black and white
Publisher number
61178093
Recording technique
stamping.
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1052637276
  • (OCoLC)on1052637276
  • 3578902
System details
DVD; region 1, NTSC; Dolby Digital audio
Video recording format
DVD
Label
Cary Grant, the vault collection : 18 films from the archives, Paramount Pictures, (videorecording DVD)
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • Originally produced by Paramount Pictures as motion pictures in the United States from 1932 to 1936
  • Full frame (1.33:1)
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Comedies: This is the night (1932, 79 min.) / screenplay by Benjamin Glazer and George Marion Jr. ; directed by Frank Tuttle ; starring Lily Damita, Charlie Ruggles, Roland Young, Cary Grant -- She done him wrong (1933, 65 min.) / directed by Lowell Sherman ; [written] by West, Mae ; screen play by Harvey Thew and John Bright -- I'm no angel (1933, 88 min.) / screenplay by Mae West ; directed by Wesley Ruggles -- Thirty day princess (1934. 75 min.) / a B.P. Schulberg production ; directed by Marion Gering ; screen play by Preston Sturges and Frank Partos ; adaptation by Sam Hellman and Edwin Justus Myer -- Kiss and make-up (1934, 71 min.) / directed by Harlan Thompson ; a B.P. Schulberg production ; screen play by Harlan Thompson and George Marion Jr. ; adaptation by Jane Hinton -- Ladies should listen (1934. 61 min.) / produce by Douglas MacLean ; directed by Frank Tuttle ; screen play by Claude Binyon and Frank Butler -- Enter madame! (1935, 28 min.) / produced by Benjamin Glazer ; directed by Elliott Nugent ; screen play by Gladys Lehman and Charles Brackett -- Big brown eyes (1936, 77 min.) / a Walter Wanger production ; directed by Raoul Walsh ; screen play, Raoul Walsh, Bert Hanlon -- Wedding present (1936, 82 min.) / a B.P. Schulberg production ; directed by Richard Wallace ; screen play by Joseph Anthony
  • Dramas: Devil and the deep (1932, 77 min.) / directed by Marion Gering ; screen play by Benn W. Levy -- Blonde Venus (1932, 94 min.) / directed by Josef von Sternberg ; [screenplay] by Jules Furthman and S.K. Lauren -- Hot Saturday (1932, 74 min.) / directed by William Seiter ; screen play by Seton I. Miller ; adaptated by Josephine Lovett and Joseph Moncure March -- Madame Butterfly (1932, 87 min.) / directed by Marion Gerning ; a B.P. Schulberg production ; screen play by Josephine Lovett and Joseph Moncure March -- The woman accused (1933, 73 min.) / directed by Paul Sloane ; screen play by Bayard Veiller -- The eagle and the hawk (1933, 74 min.) / directed by Stuart Walker ; screen play by Bogart Rogers and Seton I. Miller -- Gambling ship (1933, 71 min.) / directed by Louis Gasnier and Max Marcin ; screen play by Max Marcin and Seton I. Miller ; adaptated by Claude Binyon -- Wings in the dark (1935, 76 min.) / produced by Arthur Hornblow, Jr. ; directed by James Flood ; screen play by Jack Kirkland and Frank Partos ; adaptation by Dale Van Every and E.H. Robinson -- The last outpost (1935, 77 min.) / produced by E. LLoyd Sheldon ; directed by Louis Gasnier and Charles Barton ; screen play by Philp MacDonald ; adaptation by Frank Partos and Charles Brackett
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
6 videodiscs (1385 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other control number
025192351150
Other physical details
sound, black and white
Publisher number
61178093
Recording technique
stamping.
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1052637276
  • (OCoLC)on1052637276
  • 3578902
System details
DVD; region 1, NTSC; Dolby Digital audio
Video recording format
DVD
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