Streetcar Named Desire, A (BLU-RAY)
A Streetcar Named Desire: The Oroginal Restored Version is the film moviegoers would have seen in 1951 had not Legion of Decency censorship occurred at the last minute.
Elia Kazan masterfully direct Tennessee Williams' masterpiece starring Viven Leigh, Marlon brando, Karl Malden and Kim Hunter. Nominated for an unprecedented 12 Academy Awards imcluding Best Picture, and a winner of four, its contributions to film continue to be celebrated, and it holds a place on the AFI's list of Top 100 Films.
- Movie and Audio Outtakes
- Marlon brando Screen Test
- Feature-Length Profile Elia Kazan: A Director's Journey
- 5 Insightful Documentaries:
- A Streetcar On Broadway
- A Streetcar In Hollywood
- Censorship And Desire
- North And The Music Of The South
- An Actor Named Brando
- Commentary by Karl Malden and Film Historians Rudy Behlmer and Jeff Young
- Theatrical Trailers