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|CD | DVD - Movie (NB)||Second Floor||Baccah||791.4372 WOR (Browse shelf)||12344||Not for loan||2 DVDs||000024128|
Special features: introduction by Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne; feature length audio commentary by BBC radio's Brian Sibley documentary 'Around the World in 90 min.'; star-filled extravaganza commemorating the film's one-year anniversary; highlights of the March 27, 1957 academy awards ceremony; newsreels of the Los Angeles premiere and opening in Spain; outtakes; Georges Melies 'A trip to the moon'; stills gallery; theatrical trailers; enhanced features for you DVD-ROM PC: Michael Todd's 'Around the world in 80 days almanac'.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1956.
From the classic by Jules Verne
Disc One [Part 1] (113 min.) 'A trip to the moon' Prologue -- How the Earth looks -- Reform Club -- Man for the job -- Wager -- Unpacking and packing -- Paris -- Bought: One balloon -- Aloft over France -- Spain -- Cave of the Seven Winds -- Achmed Abdullah's request -- Master bullfighter -- Passepartout triumphant -- Inspector Fix -- Fogg Fix-ation -- Bombay by dawn -- No place to fight a bull -- India countryside -- Via elephant -- Princess in distress -- Scandalous rescue -- Kindred spirits -- This, that and t'other -- Follow that ostrich -- Farewell drink -- Yokohama-bound -- Alone in Yokohama -- Circus reunion
Disc Two [Part 2] (69 min.) Entr'Acte -- Latest news -- Frisco spectacle -- Star-spangled saloon -- Ornery specimen -- Way out West by train -- Redskins! -- Rescuing Passepartout -- Prairie sail car -- Disquieting information -- Henrietta -- Stripping the ship -- Arrested and freed -- Sympathetic spirits -- Saturday! -- Race to the club -- "The End" -- End credits -- Exit music
Cinematographer, Lionel Lindon; film Editor, Gene Ruggiero and Paul Weatherwax; Music,Victor Young
David Niven, Shirley MacLaine, Robert Newton, Cantinflas.
Adapted from the story by Jules Verne about a man's endeavor to circumnavigate the world in 80 days.
MPAA rating: G
DVD; Region 1; Dolby Surround 5.1, stereo; presented in "letterbox" format preserving the aspect ratio of original widescreen theatrical presentation (2.20:1).
Soundtrack in English or French; optional subtitles in English, French or Spanish; closed-captioned.
5 Academy Awards, Best Picture - Best Cinematography - Best Film Editing - Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture - Best Writing, Best Screenplay, Adapted, 1956