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Of Mice and Men

Format: DVD     Release Date: 08/26/1998
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This 1939 film version of John Steinbeck's classic novel was a surprising choice for comedy producer Hal Roach; in fact, Roach had no intention of filming the property until forced to do so as a result of a lawsuit brought by director Lewis Milestone. Burgess Meredith stars as itinerant farm worker George, who travels in with his cousin and best friend Lennie (Lon Chaney, Jr.). George dreams of saving enough money for a farm of his own, a dream shared by the retarded giant Lennie, who merely wants to "tend the rabbits." Unfortunately, George has never been able to stay at a job very long, thanks to the trouble often caused by Lennie's feeble-mindedness. Still, George is fiercely loyal to Lennie and would never think of deserting him. Hired by rancher Oscar O'Shea, George and Lennie run afoul of the boss' belligerent son Curley (Bob Steele); his bored wife Mae (Betty Field) starts flirting with poor Lennie, who, not knowing his own strength, accidentally strangles the girl, leading to even more tragic consequences. Despite being endlessly parodied in Warner Bros. and MGM cartoons ("Which way did he, go George? Which way did he go?") Of Mice and Men retains its raw dramatic power. On its initial release, however, it proved a bit too powerful for many filmgoers, and it lost money. The highly acclaimed American composer Aaron Copland wrote the musical score. The 1981 TV remake of Of Mice and Men starring Robert Blake and Randy Quaid, was a virtual scene-for-scene remake of the 1939 version. The 1993 theatrical remake, starring Gary Sinise (who also directed) and John Malkovich, is perhaps closer to the source than its predecessors, but only time will tell if it attains the classic status of the Lewis Milestone version. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Side #1

0. Chapter Index
1. The Lynch Mob; Main Title [2:54]
2. George and Lennie [2:30]
3. At the Watering Hole [5:02]
4. The Dream [5:18]
5. Meeting the Boss [6:53]
6. Curley and Mae [5:02]
7. Slim [3:49]
8. A Pack of Trouble [3:39]
9. The Supper Bell [5:48]
10. Mae's Misery [3:01]
11. Candy's Dog [7:59]
12. Stir Crazy [4:57]
13. The New Partner [6:28]
14. Lennie Fights Back [3:24]
15. Saturday Night [1:44]
16. Crooks Supposes [7:04]
17. Mae Finds Out [5:45]
18. A Dance Hall in Bakersfield [2:39]
19. Lennie and Mae [8:36]
20. George's Discovery [3:36]
21. One Way Out [2:31]
22. The Hunt [2:52]
23. The Dream Is Over [3:32]
24. The Cast [:58]
  • Format: DVD
  • Release Date: August 26, 1998
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Region: 1
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • Length: 106 minutes
  • Sound: Monaural
  • Format: Black & White
  • Discs: 1
  • Language: English
  • UPC: 014381457124
  • Product ID: 1014742
  • Genre: Drama

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