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Legally Blonde (DVD)
95 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2001.
Summary:
When a blonde sorority queen is dumped by her boyfriend, she decides to follow him to law school to get him back and, once there, learns she has more legal savvy than she ever imagined.
Credits:
Screenplay by Karen McCullah Lutz & Kirsten Smith; directed by Robert Luketic; director of photograpy, Anthony B. Richmond; editors, Anita Brandt Burgoyne, Garth Craven; music Rolfe Kent; costume designer, Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell; production designer, Melissa Stewart.
Legally Blonde 2 (DVD)
95 min.
- Feature Film
Summary:
When she's fired from her job at an upscale law firm for voicing her stance against the testing of cosmetics on animals, Elle heads to Capitol Hill to fight for her cause before Congress. Once there, she runs into plenty of adversity and red-tape and can't seem to find anyone who will listen to her proposals. She meets and befriends an elderly bellman who's been around long enough to know the ins and outs of the political machine. With his help, Elle attempts to convince disillusioned U.S. Representative Rudd to help her get her voice heard in front of the stodgy old coots of the legislative branch.
Credits:
Producers, Marc Platt, David Nicksay; screenplay writer, Kate Kondell; director, Charles Herman-Wurmfeld; director of photography, Elliot David; editor, Peter Teschner; music, Rolfe Kent; costume designer, Sophie de Rakoff Carbonell; production designer, Missy Stewart.
Lemon Tree [Etz Limon] (DVD)
106 min.
- Feature Film
In Hebrew, with optional subtitles in English, English SDH, or Spanish.
DVD release of the 2008 motion picture.
Summary:
A drama based on the true story of a Palestinian widow who must defend her lemon tree field when a new Israeli Defense Minister moves next to her and threatens to have her lemon grove torn down.
Credits:
Director, Eran Riklis; screenplay, Suha Arraf and Eran Riklis; producers, Bettina Brokemper, Antoine de Clermont-Tonnere, Eran Riklis, and Michael Eckelt; music, Habib Shehadeh Hanna; editor, Tova Ascher; director of photography, Rainer Klausmann.
The Letter (VHS)
96 min.
- Feature Film
Based on the play by W. Somerset Maugham.
Summary:
Set on a rubber plantation in Malaya, this story centers on a woman's reasons for killing a man who was a close family friend.
Credits:
Directed by William Wyler; screenplay by Howard Koch; music by Max Steiner.
Leviathan (DVD)
141 min.
- Feature Film
Academy award nominee for best foreign language film. Golden Globe winner - best foreign language film. DVD release of the 2014 motion picture. In Russian or dubbed French, with optional subtitles in English or French; described in English for people with visual impairments.
Summary:
"In a small coastal town in Russia lives an ordinary family: Kolya, his wife Lilya and their teenage son Roma. The family is haunted by a local corrupt mayor who is trying to take away Kolya's business, house and precious land. Kolya calls in an old friend, now an authoritative attorney, for help. Together they fight back and collect dirt on the mayor, but fate does not seem to be on Kolya's side."--Container.
Credits:
Producers, Alexander Rodnyansky, Sergey Melkumov; screenplay, Oleg Negin, Andrey Zvyaginstev; editor, Anna Mass; director of photography, Mikhail Krichman.
Liar Liar (DVD)
87 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1997.
Summary:
Fletcher Reed is a fast-talking attorney and habitual liar. When his son Max blows out the candles on his fifth birthday cake, he has just one wish-- that his dad will stop lying for 24 hours. When Max's wish comes true, Fletcher discovers that his biggest asset-- his mouth-- has become his biggest liability.
Credits:
Written by Paul Guay and Stephen Mazur; produced by Brian Grazer; directed by Tom Shadyac; director of photography, Russell Boyd; music, John Debney; editing, Don Zimmerman.
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (DVD)
124 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1972.
Summary:
Judge Roy Bean is a self-made man who proclaims himself the law west of the Pecos, writes admiring letters to Lily Langtry, and rides into a gun-blaze of glory whooping, "For Texas and Miss Lily!". This film is the tell-tale saga of a frontier legend.
Credits:
Produced by John Foreman; screenplay by John Milius; directed by John Huston; music by Maurice Jarre.
The Life of David Gale (DVD)
130 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002.
Summary:
A reporter is sent to chronicle the last days of an anti-death penalty activist now living on death row, after having been convicted of the murder of a fellow activist. The reporter grows to suspect he may have been framed, and sets out to verify her doubts.
Credits:
Directed by Alan Parker, written by Charles Randolph, produced by Alan Parker and Nicolas Cage, edited by Gerry Hambling, music by Alex Parker and Jake Parker, orchestrations by Jake Parker, director of photography, Michael Seresin.
The Life of Emile Zola (DVD)
116 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1937. Winner of several Academy Awards in 1938.
Summary:
Explores the career of the novelist who championed the cause of France's oppressed, notably in the Dreyfus case...
Credits:
Directed by William Dieterle; screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald, Geza Herczeg; story by Heinz Herald and Geza Herczeg. Photography, Tony Gaudio; film editor, Warren Low; music, Max Steiner; art director, Anton Grot; costumes by Milo Anderson and Ali Hubert.
The Life of Emile Zola (VHS)
117 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1937 motion picture, winner of the academy award for best picture.
Summary:
Explores the career of the novelist who championed the cause of France's oppressed, notably in the Dreyfus case..
Credits:
Directed by William Dieterle; screenplay by Norman Reilly Raine, Heinz Herald and Geza Herczeg; music by Max Steiner.

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