Holiday Inn - Special Edition DVD

Holiday Inn - Special Edition DVD
Holiday Inn - Special Edition DVD Holiday Inn - Special Edition DVD
With music by Irving Berlin, songs by Bing Crosby and dancing by Fred Astaire, Holiday Inn is one of the most delightful and memorable musicals of all time, nominated for 3 Academy Awards. Crosby plays Jim Hardy, a song and dance man who leaves showbiz to open a Connecticut Inn. Astaire plays Ted Hanover, Hardy's former partner and rival in love. And, of course, there are girls (Marjorie Reynolds and Virginia Dale), an agent (Walter Abel) and plenty of lavish song and dance routines with spectacular production numbers. It contains all your favourite Irving Berlin hit songs, including the one and only 'White Christmas'.

Special Features
Includes All-New Colour Version And Digitally Remastered Black And White Picture, Disc 1 - Black And White Version: A Couple Of Song And Dance Men Featurette, Containing An Interview With Ava Astaire Mackenzie, All-Singing, All Dancing: Before & After, Audio Commentary By Film Historian Ken Barnes With Archive Audio Comments From Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby And John Scott Trotter, Cast And Crew Profiles, Theatrical Trailer, Production Notes, Disc 2 - New Colour Version: Colouring A Classic, Learn how Holiday Inn was colour-designed using amazing new technology that transformed the black and white classic to colour with the help of Jan Mucklestone, personal sketch artist of famed costume designer Edith Head, Disc 1 Extras Running Time: 54 Mins Approx, Disc 2 Running Time: 101 Mins Approx, Disc 2 Extra Running Time: 9 Mins Approx,
Aspect Ratio1.33:1
AudioEnglish Mono 2.0
Case TypeAmaray Single
CastShelby Bacon, Virginia Dale, Walter Abel, Irving Bacon, James Bell, John Gallaudet, Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Louise Beavers, Marek Windheim, Marjorie Reynolds
DirectorMark Sandrich
HOH (Hard of Hearing)Yes
RegionDVD 2
RegionDVD 4
Run Time100
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Tags: 1940s, Musicals, Award Winner