The Strange Case Of Senor Computer

The Strange Case Of Senor Computer

DVD (Black & White)

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Overview

This clever parody of 1950s sci-fi pictures has been given a straightforward presentation for its release on DVD. The Strange Case of Señor Computer has been transferred to disc in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The dialogue is in English, with no multiple-language options included. Bonus materials include a commentary track featuring director Tom Sawyer, an interview with producer Henry S. Rosenthal, a gallery of vintage robot artwork and memorabilia, and a rare industrial film produced for General Motors.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/30/2002
UPC: 0723339114094
Original Release: 2001
Rating: NR
Source: World Artists
Presentation: [B&W]
Time: 1:21:00
Sales rank: 45,200

Special Features

Director's commentary and conversation with noted independent producer Henry S. Rosenthal; The 1940 General Motors industrial short "Leave It to Roll-oh"; 1950s robot-movie memorabilia archive; Scene selection

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Beginning/My Father [3:48]
2. My Birth [1:47]
3. The Silent Time [4:43]
4. Carlotta Fills the Vacuum [8:09]
5. Father Is Gone for Two Weeks [1:21]
6. Father Selects His First Girlfriend at the Nuthouse [2:23]
7. Dad Notices Strange Things Begin Happening Around the House [1:53]
8. Father Manages to Get a Second Date With That Lady From the Nuthouse [2:59]
9. The Inevitable Call [3:59]
10. The End of the Silent Time [2:41]
11. Dad Notices I'm Different [3:10]
12. Dad and I Explore Our Differences [10:10]
13. The Equations of Eternal Life [26:47]
14. When Pretending Is Bad [2:31]
15. You Know You're Growing When Your Nightmares Change [3:12]
16. Credits [1:08]

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The Strange Case Of Senor Computer 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This little low budget indie that seemed to come out of nowhere is one of my favorite films of all time. The characterizations are clever and original. It's a truly funny yet poignant dark comedy. The dialogue which is brilliantly written by Tom Sawyer (who also directed and produced) is hysterical.