Crimes and Misdemeanors

Crimes and Misdemeanors

DVD (Wide Screen / Mono)

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Overview

If it's possible for a DVD to have absolutely no extras added at all, this is the disc. Crimes and Misdemeanors is one of Woody Allen's best films of the '80s but the disc offers only the film -- no production notes, trailers, bios, language options, or subtitle options; there's not even an interactive menu screen. While Woody Allen isn't known for his extras, usually on most of his films there are a few minimal extras, such as trailers and standard full-screen versions of the film. At least the widescreen transfer is very good, one of the better transfers for a Woody Allen DVD, but the audio isn't Dolby. In fact, listening to the film I couldn't decipher if it was Mono or Stereo. If this film were part of a larger collection, like The Woody Allen Collection eight-pack of his 1970s films, it would be worth owning; however as a single disc, only those who love the film will have a reason to own it .

Product Details

Release Date: 11/05/1997
UPC: 0014381408027
Original Release: 1989
Rating: PG-13
Source: Image Entertainment
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [monaural]
Time: 1:44:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Martin Landau Judah Rosenthal
Woody Allen Cliff Stern
Mia Farrow Halley Reed
Alan Alda Lester
Anjelica Huston Dolores Paley
Jerry Orbach Jack Rosenthal
Sam Waterston Ben
Joanna Gleason Wendy Stern
Caroline Aaron Barbara
Claire Bloom Miriam Rosenthal
Stephanie Roth Sharon Rosenthal
Jenny Nichols Jenny
David S. Howard Sol Rosenthal
Anna Berger Aunt May
Victor Argo Detective
Martin Bergmann Prof. Louis Levy
Thomas P. Crow TV Producer
Gregg Edelman Chris
Kenny Vance Murray
Rabbi Joel Zion Rabbi
Derek Smith Actor
Bill Bernstein Testimonial Speaker
George Mason Photographer
Zina Jasper Carol
Dolores Sutton Judah's Secretary
Joel Fogel TV Producer
Donna Castellano TV Producer
Jerry Zaks Man on Campus
Barry Finkel TV Writer
Steve Maidment TV Writer
Nadia Sanford Alva
Chester Malinowski Hit Man
Stanley Reichman Chris' Father
Rebecca Schull Chris' Mother
Garrett Simowitz Young Judah
Frances Conroy House Owner
Sol Frieder Seder Guest
Justin Zaremby Seder Guest
Marvin Terban Seder Guest
Hy Anzell Seder Guest
Sylvia Kauders Seder Guest
Nora Ephron Wedding Guest
Merv Bloch Wedding Guest
Thomas Bolster Wedding Guest
Robin Bartlett Wedding Guest
Grace Zimmerman Bride
Randy Aaron Fink Groom
Warren Vaché Jazz Band

Technical Credits
Woody Allen Director,Screenwriter
Susan Bode-Tyson Set Decoration/Design
Fern Buchner Makeup
Robert Greenhut Producer
Joseph Hartwick Production Manager
Speed Hopkins Art Director
Jack Rollins Executive Producer
Charles H. Joffe Executive Producer
Jeffrey Kurland Costumes/Costume Designer
Santo Loquasto Production Designer
Susan E. Morse Editor
Sven Nykvist Cinematographer
Thomas A. Reilly Associate Producer
Helen Robin Associate Producer
Juliet Taylor Casting

Scene Index

Chapter Index.
0. Chapter Index.
0. Menu Group #1 with 21 chapter(s) covering 01:43:59
1. Main Title [1:27]
2. Stage Fright [4:06]
3. Dolores [1:57]
4. A Lesson For Today [2:20]
5. Job Offer [4:12]
6. A Doctor's Confession [3:49]
7. Threats And Slander [4:51]
8. An Instant Liking [4:45]
9. A Sensible Gal [5:03]
10. Turning To A Brother [5:16]
11. A Birthday Surprise [5:49]
12. No Limos, No Bimbos [6:19]
13. Over And Done With [10:34]
14. Talking Business [8:27]
15. The Old House [4:21]
16. Odd Messages [5:09]
17. Ideas About Confessing [4:11]
18. Profile Of A Creative Mind [4:11]
19. What A Romantic Story [6:35]
20. A Great Murder Story [7:30]
21. End Credits [2:57]

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Crimes and Misdemeanors 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The blend between great story and great message really come together here. Whether you agree with Allen's conclusions, you will be faced with a vital question in this movie: does a moral God run the universe or are we simply on our own to make our own choices and just live with the results? All this is wrapped up in scene after scene of terse drama and/or humorous dialogue. This one is really a masterpiece that deserves to be seen, seen again and discussed, as well as enjoyed.
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