The Sand Pebbles
A U.S. gunboat cruises China's Yangtze River in 1926, witnessing the awakening of a bloody revolution.
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Beverly Hills, Calif. :
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment,
|Notes:||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1966.|
Based on the novel by Richard McKenna.
Special features: Disc 1: commentary with director Robert Wise and actors Candice Bergen, Mako, and Richard Crenna; isolated soundtrack with commentary by music producer Nick Redman, film music historian Jon Burlingame, and Lem Dobbs, film historian and screenwriter of The limey and Dark city. Disc 2: Introductions by Robert Wise and Richard Zanuck; the Making of The Sand Pebbles featurettes: Weighing anchor; cast & characters; Rough seas; McQueen on deck; sound & image; A worthy vessel ; side bars: Steve McQueen remembered, Robert Wise in command, China 1926; from the Fox vault: A ship called San Pablo, narrated by Richard Attenborough; The secret of the San Pablo, narrated by Richard Crenna; radio documentaries narrated by Richard Attenborough: Changsha Bund and the Streets of Taipei; A ship called San Pablo; radio spots; original theatrical trailer; still galleries; MAD Magazine's The Sand Pebbles.
|Description:||2 videodiscs (183,196 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Series:||Cinema classics collection.
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