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QB VII (DVD)
5 hrs., 13 min.
- Feature Film
Originally broadcast as a television mini-series in 1974.
Based on the novel of the same title by Leon M. Uris.
Summary:
The story of a novelist who is sued by a doctor for libel because the author's best-seller accuses the doctor of being a Nazi collaborator who conducted experiments on Jews in a concentration camp during World War II. The story covers a 27-year period in the lives of these men and concludes with the dramatic trial in Queens Bench No. VII (QB VII).
Credits:
Producer, Douglas S. Cramer; director, Tom Gries; written for television by Edward Anhalt.
Rage at Dawn (DVD)
84 min.
- Feature Film
Originally releaseed as a motion picture in 1955.
Summary:
Based on the real life escapades of the infamous Reno Brothers gang, this double-barreled western adventure stars Randolph Scott as the tough, two-fisted Chicago special agent assigned to bring the outlaws to justice.
Credits:
Screenplay, Horace McCoy; story, Frank Gruber; producer, Nat Holt; director, Tim Whelan; photographer, Ray Rennahan; music, Paul Sawtell.
Rage of Angels (VHS)
2 videocassettes. (Approx. 3 hr. 7 min.)
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1983 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Sidney Sheldon.
Summary:
Jennifer Parker, a trial attorney, is trapped in a scandalous love triangle. First, there's the man of her dreams she can't have, Adam Warner--a politically ambitious and married attorney who is the father of her son. Then, there's the man of her desires she won't have, Michael Moretti, a seductive but malicious underworld attorney.
Credits:
Writer, Robert L. Joseph; producers, John Furia Jr., Barry Oringer; executive producer, Sidney Sheldon; director, Buzz Kulik.
Rage of Angels -- The Story Continues (DVD)
3 hrs. 6 min.
- Feature Film
Originally televised in 1986.
Based on the Sidney Sheldon novel.
Summary:
Six years have passed since the conclusion of Rage of Angels. Jennifer Parker has become a high-powered New York attorney and the still-married Adam Warner has been elected Vice-President. Although separated, they are still united by their love, an illegitimate child, and vengeance from Michael Moretti's brother.
Credits:
Written by Robert L. Joseph, produced by Ron Roth, directed by Paul Wendkos, music by Billy Goldenberg, edited by James Galloway, director of photography, Jack Priestley.
Rainmaker (1956 : VHS)
121 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1956.
Based on the Broadway stage play by N. Richard Nash.
Summary:
Under the spell of a wandering charlatan named Starbuck, a lonely ranch girl blosssoms into full womanhood.
Credits:
Producer, Hal Wallis; director, Joseph Anthony; screenplay, N. Richard Nash; music, Alex North.
The Rainmaker (1997 : DVD)
137 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1997.
Based on the novel by John Grisham.
Summary:
A rookie lawyer in over his head on a high-profile case hires a feisty paralawyer who specializes in flunking the bar. Their chances of winning are slim to none, until they uncover a trail of corruption.
Credits:
Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola; produced by Michael Douglas, Steven Reuther and Fred Fuchs; directed by Francis Ford Coppola; director of photography, John Fall; editor, Barry Malkin; music, Elmer Bernstein.
Raising the Bar (Television program). Season 1 (DVD)
7 hr. 10 min.
- Feature Film
Originally broadcast on television as individual episodes in 2008.
Summary:
A group of young lawyer friends and former law school classmates find themselves on opposing sides.
Contents:
Disc 1. Pilot; Guatemala Gulfstream; I Will, I'm Will; Richie Richer -- Disc 2. Bagels and Locks; Hang Time; A Leg to Stand On; Out on the Roof -- Disc 3. Roman Holiday; Shop Till You Drop.
Rashomon (DVD)
83 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1950.
Based on the novel In the Forest by Ryunosuke Akutagawa.
In Japanese with English subtitles.
Summary:
Four people involved in the murder of a gentleman in feudal Japan and the seduction of his wife report differing views of what actually happened.
Credits:
Producer, Jingo Minora; director, Akira Kurosawa; screenplay, Shinobu Hashimoto and Akira Kurosawa; cinematography, Kazuo Miyagawa; music, Takashi Matsuyama.
The Reader (DVD)
124 min.
- Feature Film
In English or dubbed French with optional subtitles in English for the hearing-impaired, or Spanish.
Based on the book "Der Vorleser" by Bernhard Schlink.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2008.
Summary:
What have we learned (and what might we have forgotten) from history's bloody backwash? Guilt, love, and history are three skeins, woven together to create human beings or, alternately, human monsters. The question of wartime culpability undergirds the May-December romance in postwar Berlin between Hanna, a weary-looking, sexually rapacious streetcar ticket-taker and Michael, a young schoolboy whom she seduces, ravenously and to his great delight. One day, Hanna is gone, with no explanation, and Michael grows into a promising young law student. His class attends a trial, where the new Germany judges the past and, by default, the lovers as well.
Credits:
Directed by Stephen Daldry; screenplay by David Hare; produced by Anthony Minghella, Sydney Pollack, Donna Gigliotti, and Redmond Morris; directors of photography, Chris Menges and Roger Deakins; production designer, Brigitte Broch; editor, Claire Simpson; music, Nico Muhly; English novel translation by Carol Brown Janeway.
Rear Window (DVD)
113 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1954.
Based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich.
Summary:
As a photographer with a broken leg, Stewart takes up the fine art of spying on his Greenwich Village neighbors during a summer heat wave. But things really begin to get hot for Stewart, Kelly and the unassuming audience when he suspects neighbor Raymond Burr of murdering his invalid wife and burying the body in a flower garden.
Credits:
Producer-director, Alfred Hitchcock; screenplay, John Michael Hayes.

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