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A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE: THE ORIGINAL RESTORED VERSION is the film moviegoers would have seen in 1951 had not Legion of Decency censorship occurred at the last minute. Making itsBlu-ray™ debut, stunningly restored and digitally remastered to brilliant 1080p clarity, this classic is presented in a collectible, premium 40-page Blu-ray book format, with behind-the-scenes photography, production notes, biographies and more! Elia Kazan masterfully directs Tennessee Williams' masterpiece starring Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Karl Malden and Kim Hunter. Nominated for an unprecedented 12 Academy Awards,® includingBest Picture, and winner of 4,* its contributions to film continue to be celebrated, holding its place on the AFI's list of Top 100 Films.]]>
Master Piece for both Vivien Leigh and young Marlon Brando.
And thank you, Tennessee William for creating a tormented story!!!
One of the finest movies made in the early 1950s. Outstanding.Published 10 days ago by Walter F. Billings
European/British version, I believe it was called zone 5 when I tried to play it. It was not clearly listed as such, so this is of course irritating. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kyle W. Elsbernd behringer
A Streetcar Named Desire starred Marlon Brando and was released in 1951. It is alll Brando. The Tennessee Williams story revolves around him, as do all the actors. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer