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Alice Faye Collection [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Alice Faye, Carmen Miranda, Phil Baker, Benny Goodman, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
  • Réalisateurs : Busby Berkeley, Irving Cummings, Roy Del Ruth
  • Scénaristes : Bess Meredyth, Eddie Cherkose, Gene Markey, George Root Jr., George Seaton
  • Format : Plein écran, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo)
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 4
  • Studio : 20th Century Fox
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 20 février 2007
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  • ASIN: B000K7VHMS
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Alice Faye, in Well-Deserved Retrospective Collection! 18 août 2008
Par Benjamin J Burgraff - Publié sur
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Golden-haired songstress Alice Faye was "Queen of Fox" for nearly a decade, yet her prodigious film output has been limited on DVD to a few films, mostly with Tyrone Power; "The Alice Faye Collection" is a long-overdue celebration of her life and work, and should win a new generation of fans!

Four of her best films are offered, with terrific special features (including a two-part biography featuring her two daughters), entertaining commentaries, two episodes of her very funny radio show (co-starring husband Phil Harris), deleted scenes, and production materials. Best of all, her final appearance on film, a brief retrospective sponsored by Pfizer, is included, offering the still-beautiful Faye (at 70) lovingly reminiscing about Power and Don Ameche, as well as extolling keeping fit. It is irresistible!

The films of the collection:

"On the Avenue" (1937): Rising star Faye, in support of Dick Powell (borrowed from Warner), and Madeleine Carroll, very nearly steals the film from both! A thin tale (Broadway writer/star Powell spoofs heiress Carroll in a review, then falls for her) benefits also from the Ritz Brothers' maniacally comic numbers; a great opportunity to view Darryl Zanuck's reality 'grounded' approach to production numbers, as well as 22-year-old Faye's beauty, sauciness, and sexy contralto singing voice...4 stars (out of Five)

"Lillian Russell" (1940): 25-year-old Faye, now Hollywood's box office champ, in a big, fanciful, loving musical biopic of America's first female superstar. Supported by four of Hollywood's best leading men (Henry Fonda, Don Ameche, Edward Arnold, and Warren William) as the loves of her life, Faye imbues Russell with charm, sexiness, and an endearing innocence...5 stars (out of Five)

"That Night in Rio" (1941): Although Faye was exhausted during filming, she still looked breathtaking in this Technicolor musical. A slight tale, of Ameche (in dual roles) as an American entertainer hired to imitate a lookalike Brazilian Baron, the film lights up whenever Carmen Miranda appears on screen; Faye shines as the Baron's neglected wife. Best remembered as the basis of the Danny Kaye musical remake, "On the Riviera"...3 1/2 stars (out of Five)

"The Gang's All Here" (1943): Last of Faye's 'Golden Age' musicals, this legendary film is a Busby Berkeley extravaganza, so expensive that it got him fired from Fox! A wartime tale of showgirl Faye falling for G.I. James Ellison, which Berkeley largely ignored in favor of HUGE, sexually suggestive production numbers featuring Carmen Miranda, scantily-clad women, and giant bananas...This one has to be seen to be believed! 5 stars (out of Five)

A GREAT introduction to the career of a magnificent star!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 LOVELY ALICE 24 août 2007
Par Harold Jacobs - Publié sur
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There has been some dialogue about the disappointing color of THE GANG'S ALL HERE. All I had to do was press the tint and color buttons on my remote, and the color was gorgeous and astonishing as only Fox musicals are. Don't take this movie seriously - - just sit back and enjoy one of the most colorful, fast-moving, and entertaining musicals of the forties with so many of our favorite performers. The production numbers are astounding! Alice was never more beautiful than in LILLIAN RUSSELL. The closeup for Blue Lovebird with the black background against her blonde beauty takes your breath away. Lillian does get somewhat bogged down in the last half, especially with the boring Weber and Fields routine, but it is a sumptuous picture and very enjoyable. ON THE AVENUE is definitely Alice's film. Her rendition of This Year's Kisses can't be beat. The Ritz Brothers had talent, but it was never controlled and went over the top much too often. Alice gets a little feisty in this picture, and she's a kick. Faye, Miranda and Ameche are all very good in THAT NIGHT IN RIO. The story is really delightful with Don playing a dual role. Alice looks sexy and smashing. Miranda was at her best in That Night in Rio, Week-end in Havana, and The Gang's All Here (the three films in which she appeared with Faye). She was a delight until she became a caricature of herself in later films (even going blonde).

All in all a very satisfying package showcasing one of the foremost and loveliest singing actresses in the history of Hollywood.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love Alice Faye 18 octobre 2016
Par Louise - Publié sur
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If you love old musicals you will love this set. I had not seen Alice Faye in a staring roll before and took a chance on this box set. Well worth every penny. Some of these movies have been restored from the best surviving material. So don't expect them to be perfect.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 It's the color! 2 avril 2007
Par Thomas C. Hines - Publié sur
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I am so glad to see these films on DVD that I hate to give the set anything less that five stars. However, I was disappointed in "The Gang's All Here" like other reviewers, because of the color. I have this film on laser disc and the print is much better. Technicolor is especially important to this film. What happened? Collectors have come to expect the best when DVDs are released these days and this movie should have been treated with more respect. I am still happy with the others in the set so why not release more Alice Faye, maybe even some of the older films from the mid-30s? Everything from 1939 through 1943 should be available at some point.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Hit and Miss Affair 5 mai 2007
Par David Sale - Publié sur
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To me, this is one of those collections where you win some, you lose some.

It gets my four stars for "That Night in Rio" and "The Gang's all Here", both epitomising the gaudy, sometimes garish, tuneful Fox musicals after they went into color. "Rio" is actually a tour de force for Don Ameche and Carmen Miranda, but Alice looks and sings her best in an unusually sophisticated role. Similarly, she's great in "The Gang's All Here", another splashy extravaganza given an extra kick by Busby Berkley's inventive and bizarre talents. But to me, the most bizarre aspect of this movie is the inclusion of someone called Phil Baker, whom I gather was well known in radio at the time. Radio is where he should have stayed. On film, he has no impact, no looks, no charisma and no visible talent. The other two movies in this collection get thumbs down from me. "On the Avenue" comes over as a weak attempt at screwball comedy set to music, which is a pity as the music is good and even though Alice has a supporting role she gets the best Berlin numbers and sings them beautifully. A pity about the Ritz Brothers. Their so-called comedy routines are painful. Which also goes for the attempt to re-create the comedy team of Weber and Fields in a long, boring sequence of "Lillian Russell". It's unfunny, which is a shame, because if ever a movie needed a lift it's "Lillian Russell". Despite the obvious opulence of sets and costumes, there's something depressing and funereal about this B&W film that cries out for color and vivacity. The script launderised Russell's life, so if they weren't sticking to facts the writers could have at least lightened things up a little. Alice plods through it, doing her best, but it's a mournful affair. This is the trouble with some collections - they package the lesser with the best. But in this case, the best is worth it for Faye fans.
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