The Bridge On The River Kwai DVD

The Bridge On The River Kwai DVD
When British P.O.W.s build a vital railway bridge in enemy-occupied Burma, Allied commandos are assigned to destroy it in David Lean's epic World War II adventure The Bridge On The River Kwai. Spectacularly produced, The Bridge On The River Kwai captured the imagination of the public and won seven 1957 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Alec Guinness), and Best Director. Even its theme song, an old WWI whistling tune, the "Colonel Bogey March", became a massive worldwide hit. The Bridge on the River Kwai continues today as one of the most memorable cinema experiences of all time.

Special Features
Widescreen Presentation, Trivia Sabotage: 'Building The Bridge', Maps & Miliraty Startegy, Isolated Score, Animated Menus, Documentary: 'The Making Of Bridge On The River Kwai', Featurettes: 'An Appreciation' By John Milius, 'Rise And Fall Of A Jungle Giant', USC Short Film Introduced By William Holden, Filmographies, Gallery, Screensavers, Theatrical trailer, Weblink, Interactive Menus Feature Choices Of: Language Choice, Multiple Language Subtitles, Scene Selections
Specifications
Aspect Ratio2.55:1
AudioEnglish Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1, German Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital Mono, German Dolby Digital Mono
BBFCPG
Case TypeAmaray Single
CastJack Hawkins,James Donald,William Holden,Sessue Hayakawa,Geoffrey Horne,Ann Sears,Alec Guinness
ColourColour
DirectorDavid Lean
Discs2
FormatDVD
HOH (Hard of Hearing)Yes
LanguageEnglish
LanguageGerman
LanguageFrench
RegionDVD 2
Released2000-12-04
Run Time155
Special Features
SubtitleHebrew
SubtitleTurkish
SubtitleSwedish
SubtitlePolish
SubtitleNorwegian
SubtitleIcelandic
SubtitleHungarian
SubtitleHindi
SubtitleBulgarian
SubtitleGreek
SubtitleGerman
SubtitleFrench
SubtitleFinnish
SubtitleEnglish
SubtitleDutch
SubtitleDanish
SubtitleCzech
SubtitleArabic
Year1957

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Tags: 1950s, Based On Book, Must Own War