Joan of Arc (70th Anniversary) (Region 1 DVD)

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Product Details

Barcode
738329228712
Department
Movies & TV
Released
27 Mar 2018
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Drama
Region
Region 1
Studio
Kino International
Runtime
145 min
Age Restriction
NR
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Joan of Arc
Release Year
1948
Running Time
145 min
Categories
Dramas / Big Battles / Clergy / Heroes / Medieval / Period Piece / Tear Jerker / Theatrical Release / True Story
Synopsis
Ingrid Bergman gives a sincere and spellbinding performance as Joan of Arc, a 16th-century peasant who convinces the cynical French royalty that God has commanded her to drive the British out of France. Placed at the head of the French army, Joan leads the forces to one daring victory after another, but betrayal lies in wait. Based on Maxwell Anderson's 1946 play, JOAN OF LORRAINE, director Victor Fleming's (GONE WITH THE WIND, THE WIZARD OF OZ) final film is a masterful adventure and tragedy.
Notes
JOAN OF ARC marked the screen debut for actor José Ferrer, who would go on to make nearly a hundred film and television appearances.

JOAN OF ARC cost more than $4 million to make--a huge amount for its time.

For years after the film, French Customs officials would greet Ingrid Bergman as Jeanne d'Arc and jokingly welcome her home.

Although he helped craft one of Bergman's most memorable roles, director Victor Fleming felt that his final film was a failure. He died a year later at the age of 66.
Release Notes
Blu-ray Disc Features:
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Cast & Crew
Director
Victor Fleming / Andrew Solt
Star
Robert Barrat / Ingrid Bergman / Ward Bond / Rand Brooks / Bill Cody / Leif Erickson / José Ferrer / Cecil Kellaway / Gene Lockhart / Jimmy Lydon / J. Carrol Naish / Irene Rich / Selena Royle / Shepperd Strudwick / Francis L. Sullivan
Composer
Hugo Friedhofer
Editor
Frank Sullivan
Music Director
Emil Newman
Cinematographer
Joseph A. Valentine
Writer
Maxwell Anderson

Awards

Academy Awards
Best Cinematography
Winner: 1948 - Winton C. Hoch
Best Cinematography
Winner: 1948 - William V. Skall
Best Cinematography
Winner: 1948 - Joseph A. Valentine
Best Costume Design (Color)
Winner: 1948
Special Achievement Awards
Winner: 1948