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Last Picture Show / Nickelodeon

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LAST PICTURE SHOW: Released in 1971 to critical acclaim and public controversy, THE LAST PICTURE SHOW garnered eight Academy Award® nominations (including Best Picture) and was hailed as the most important work by a young American director since Citizen Kane. A surprisingly frank, bittersweet drama of social and sexual mores in small-town Texas, the film features a talent-laden cast led by Jeff Bridges (The Mirror Has Two Faces), Cybill Shepherd (TV's "Cybill") and Timothy Bottoms (The Man in the Iron Mask). Cloris Leachman (TV's "The Mary Tyler Moore Show") and Ben Johnson (Rio Grande) each won Oscars® for their work in supporting roles. This modern classic is a must-have for every movie lover. NICKELODEON: Burt Reynolds and Ryan O'Neal star in this heartfelt valentine to the early days of moviemaking. O'Neal is the film director who literally stumbles into his job, and Reynolds is an overnight screen hero. Based on actual reminiscences of such veterans as Raoul Walsh and A

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  • Actors: Ryan O'Neal, Burt Reynolds, Tatum O'Neal, Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges
  • Directors: Peter Bogdanovich
  • Writers: Peter Bogdanovich, Larry McMurtry, W.D. Richter
  • Producers: Bert Schneider, Bob Rafelson, Frank Marshall, Harold Schneider
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 21, 2009
  • Run Time: 373 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001RXDLZ0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,970 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Last Picture Show / Nickelodeon" on IMDb

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I was in the film Nickolodeon as an extra "Indian woman" in the Chatacawan dance troupe. They cut out my close up and a few of my 8 scenes from the original shown in the theaters. I wonder what else they cut in order to cut the time down.

I had alot of fun working on this film. I worked for three months while meeting many talented, wonderful, and interesting people and a few not so great. Tatum O'Neal was a joy to work with for me. We sat at the piano one day and had a nice chat. Most people treated her like an adult but she was still just a child at heart. Such a loving little girl.

Burt Reynolds was sick for most of his time here in Oakdale although, made a great impact on the Indian people who worked with him. He became a man of great respect whether he knew it or not. He was proud and professional. The people learned from him.

Watching this movie was like stepping back in time!
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Peter Bogdanovich, one of America's well-known directors, known for major cinema hits such as "What's up, Doc?", "Paper Moon", "Nickelodeon", "The Last Picture Show", "Mask" and most recently "Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream". Many directorial hits within the last 50 years. In the 1970's, one film which would garner two Academy Awards and many other cinema awards for its unique story and the other which showcases a time during Hollywood during the silent film era and the end of the Nickelodeon but was not created the way the director intended until now.

"NICKELODEON" is a 1976 film which would star popular actors Burt Reynolds and Ryan O'Neal together including O'Neal's daughter Tatum (who was the youngest actor to win an Academy Award in 1973) and emerging actor at the time, John Ritter.

The film took place during the 1910's when people were enlightened by silent films, especially plays and so forth. But during the time when Patent Offices and Hollywood were quite literally against Independent films. Most films were created by the major studios and those that weren't, had tough times as these Patent Offices literally hired gunmen to shoot down the cameras and destroy them.

So, Leo Harrigan (O'Neal) who is a lawyer and then a writer, gets picked by a film crew to be a director for a film. With the help of cameraman Franklin Frank (John Ritter), the crew tries to get an Independent silent film created. But there are quite a few setbacks as the film has trouble being shot, having the right talent and most of all because Harrigan is a first time director, they depend on a young 10-year-old named Alice Forsyte (Tatum O'Neal) to assist in writing the screenplay.
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I've obtained an advance copy of this DVD package and it is stunning. Reasons:

* It collects Bogdanovich's two best films.
* He delivers a smart, entertaining commentary for each film.
* Though LPS includes the same extras found on the previous DVD release, this edition adds a commentary. I suspect this is the same one on the out-of-print laser disc.
* Nickelodeon is presented in two versions: the original colour one, and the slightly longer one in beautiful black-and-white. Guess which is better?
* Both discs are dual-layered to preserve the quality of picture and sound.

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The best news about the release of the hugely under-rated Nickelodeon - the disc includes the color theatrical release PLUS a newly-reworked black-and-white version, overseen by Bogdanovich, who originally wanted to film it in B & W. Also, the copy of The Last Picture Show has been remastered.
NOW, Mr Bogdanovich, PLEASE let us have At Long Last Love!
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This "Director's Choice" from Sony Pictures and Columbia Pictures features two films by Peter Bogdonovich: the Director's Cut his now classic drama "The Last Picture Show" from 1971 (which always good to have and which Sal Mineo first brought to his attention as a film property) and also two versions of his 1976 "Nickelodeon," something Bogdonovich was to capitalize on in his rocky career, valentines to other people's films, which even "Last Picture Show" shares in. The two versions are the original theatrical version in color and the new director's cut in black and white, something in the commentary he says he originally hoped the film could be done in. "Nickelodeon" strives to present the early days of silent film-making in the same slapstick that was usually presented in such films with clips from "Birth of a Nation" in its obligatory homage to Griffith. It deserves its black and white transfer. In "Nickelodeon"" Bogdonovich does not leave himself out of the loop of the many directors he presents anecdotes (like Leo McCarey because he was dead remained uncredited unlike then still living directors, Raoul Walsh and Allan Dwan) with taking parts of more successful Bogdonovich hits like "What's Up, Doc?" and "Paper Moon" and in the commentary laments not being able to use Cybil Shepherd in the main female role opposite the often used Ryan O'Neal and Burt Reynolds (who with Shepherd had starred in the director's previous big flop musical "At Long Last Love" which remains unavailable on home video) and also Tatum O'Neal, John Ritter, Stella Stevens and Brian Keith.Read more ›
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