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James Dean Movies

The Complete James Dean Collection [DVD]
Six-disc set includes the two-disc special editions of "East of Eden," "Rebel Without a Cause" and "Giant."

(1953) Harvest [VHS]
The time of the harvest also marks the time of a restless young man's search for his place in the world in this moving episode from "Robert Montgomery Presents" featuring a pre-film star James Dean, along with Dorothy Gish, Ed Begley and John Dennis. 53 min.

(1955) East Of Eden [DVD]
In one of the most memorable starring debuts in Hollywood history, James Dean plays a troubled teen in California's Salinas Valley embroiled in a bitter rivalry with twin brother Richard Davalos for the attention of their farmer father (Raymond Massey) and the love of a neighbor (Julie Harris). With Jo Van Fleet, Burl Ives; Elia Kazan directs. 118 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; audio commentary; theatrical trailer; documentaries; deleted scenes; screen tests; premiere footage. Two-disc set.

(1955) Rebel Without A Cause (Letterboxed Version) [VHS]
James Dean became a national symbol for '50s teen angst with this powerful character study of an alienated young man who deals with rejection at school and inattentiveness from his parents by finding friendship with fellow outcasts Sal Mineo and Natalie Wood. With Jim Backus, Dennis Hopper; Nicholas Ray directs. Special edition includes the theatrical trailer, rare screen tests, and interviews from the "Warner Bros. Presents" TV series. 140 min. total.

(1955) Rebel Without A Cause [DVD]
James Dean became a national symbol for '50s teen angst with this powerful character study of an alienated young man who deals with rejection at school and inattentiveness from his parents by finding friendship with fellow outcasts Sal Mineo and Natalie Wood. With Jim Backus, Dennis Hopper; Nicholas Ray directs. 111 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; audio commentary; theatrical trailer; documentaries; deleted scenes; screen tests; more. Two-disc set.

(1956) Giant [VHS] [DVD]

Sprawling drama of two generations in a wealthy Texas cattle clan, with Rock Hudson as the headstrong family head, Elizabeth Taylor as his wife, and James Dean (in his final film) as the ranch hand in love with Taylor. Carroll Baker, Dennis Hopper, Sal Mineo also star; George Stevens directs. Restored home video version includes newsreel footage of the movie's premieres and a special introduction by George Stevens, Jr. 201 min.
DVD - Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround stereo, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; audio commentary; documentaries; premiere footage; photo gallery; theatrical trailers. Two-disc set.

Giant (Collector's Special Edition) [VHS]
This limited-edition boxed set features the restored, letterboxed version of the film, the acclaimed documentary "George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey" and a book on the making of "Giant."


James Dean Related Movies

(1957) The James Dean Story [VHS]
Robert Altman's documentary on the life of James Dean. Rare photos, footage, interviews and home movies are utilized in this fascinating account on the life of this enigmatic star. 80 min.

(2005) James Dean: Sense Memories [DVD]
Originally airing on PBS's "American Masters" series, this documentary presents a look at the last year in the life of James Dean, as well as his performances in "Rebel Without a Cause," "Giant" and "East of Eden." Along with rare footage and screen tests, the program also features interviews with such colleagues as Mark Rydell, Martin Landau, Eartha Kitt, Lois Smith, and others, that provide new insight into the Hollywood legend. 60 min. Soundtrack: English.

Celebrity Commercials [VHS]
Looking for more stars than an Irwin Allen film festival? Try this compilation of favorite commercials, spotlighting Louis Armstrong (Suzy Cute dolls), Anita Bryant (Coca-Cola), James Dean (in a safe driving promo!), Phyllis Diller (Snowy Bleach), Peter Lorre (Speidel watches), Groucho Marx (Lux detergent) and others, including pre-celebrity appearances by Mark Hamill, Brooke Shields and more. 60 min.

(1953) A Long Time Till Dawn [VHS]
Originally broadcast on "Kraft TV Theatre," this drama features James Dean in a story of an ex-con who tries to turn his life around now that he's out of prison. With Robert Simon, Naomi Riordan. 53 min.

Hidden Hollywood: Behind The Scenes [VHS]
A true mondo delight of film rarities, oddities and nostalgia items: Christmas with Joan Crawford and her kids, James Dean on driving safety, the 1939 Academy Awards, Bogie and Bacall in a screen test for an unmade movie. Previously seen as "Hollywood Outtakes," this tape also includes new footage featuring The Beatles, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis and others. 100 min.

Forever Young: James Dean [DVD]
Narrated by Martin Sheen, this powerful documentary examines the all-too-brief life of James Dean and his amazing legacy. Highlighted by a look at rare television appearances and his secretive personal life, the program also explores the many reasons why Dean remains one of the most iconic figures in Hollywood history. 88 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital Surround stereo; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.

Tales Of Tomorrow, Vol. 3 [VHS]
Here are three more great TV "Tales," including "The Window" (aka "Lost Planet") with Rod Steiger, in which the show is interrupted by a ghost image of a man plotting to kill his wife; "The Evil Within," about a woman who takes a serum her scientist husband developed that brings out her evil side, features James Dean and Rod Steiger; and "Youth on Tap" features Robert Alda in a tale of a man who sells some of his blood for $1,000, unaware of the consequences. 90 min.

Omnibus: Television's Golden Age [VHS]
Airing on all three networks during its 1952-1961 run, "Omnibus" was television's first showcase for the performing and creative arts, with segments running the gamut from opera to drama, from jazz to science documentaries. See such notables as Leonard Bernstein, James Dean, Nichols and May, and Jonathan Winters in their TV debuts; watch rare clips featuring Victor Borge, Benny Goodman, Gene Kelly and Senator John F. Kennedy; and hear from series host Alistair Cooke. Hume Cronyn narrates. 100 min.

(1951) Hill Number One [VHS]
Here's a truly rare find: James Dean in an early TV appearance, playing John the Baptist! This inspirational drama is about a platoon commander who uses a Biblical allegory to get his troops to take a hill. Leif Erickson, Gene Lockhart, Roddy McDowall also star. 53 min.

(1952) Abraham Lincoln [VHS]
Robert Pastene stars as Lincoln in this TV biodrama from "Westinghouse Studio One" covering the years from his election in 1860 to his assassination five years later. The highlight, though, is a scene featuring 21-year-old James Dean as a soldier sentenced to die for dereliction of duty. 60 min.
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