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A documentary adaptation of the popular regional theatrical monologue -- in which such heavyweights as Paul Newman, Nathan Lane, and Joe Mantegna essayed the lead on various occasions -- Trumbo recounts the life and times of legendary Hollywood scribe-turned-HUAC scapegoat Dalton Trumbo. As with its source production, the film takes as its base material highly personal, detailed, and emotive letters written by Dalton Trumbo to his son, Christopher; the latter, in turn, molded the missives into a screenplay for this production. Here, however, in lieu of one actor portraying Dalton, a number of celebrities take turns narrating from the script, including Lane, Paul Giamatti, Brian Dennehy, Donald Sutherland, and others. As a visual accompaniment, the film intercuts home-movie footage from the Trumbos' lives; incisive interview material with Trumbo, his family, friends, and collaborators; and haunting glimpses of the HUAC trial hearings with the Hollywood Ten, led by Senator Joseph McCarthy; as well as extracts from The Sandpiper, Johnny Got His Gun, Spartacus, and other productions authored by Trumbo. Peter Askin, who helmed the stage play, directs. ~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide
Includes - So Smart! Letters (1998) So Smart! Colors (2001) So Smart! First Words (2001) So Smart! Letters The third volume in the award-winning So Smart! series, So Smart! Letters uses animation and music to introduce babies and toddlers to the letters of the alphabet, helping them begin to see the relationship between letters, words, and images. The program is set to the classical music of Handel, Vivaldi, and other musical luminaries, and is designed for children ranging from babies aged six months to toddlers and children up to age four. The critically acclaimed So Smart! series consistently wins awards, such as Parenting Magazine's Best Video of the Year and the Film Advisory Board's Award of Excellence. ~ Steve Blackburn, All Movie Guide So Smart! Colors This edition of So Smart introduces the very young to the concepts of color and shape through the use of simple computer animation. Recordings of Bach and Beethoven accompany the pictures. Though the jury is still out on whether or not such stimulation actually helps develop the brain, babies will certainly enjoy the shifting blobs as they morph into the shapes of familiar objects. This video is intended for children between the ages of three months to three years. ~ Rob Ferrier, All Movie Guide So Smart! First Words This entertaining and educational video, designed for children aged nine months to three years, features a number of short animated stories with the dialogue confined to short, single-syllable words -- the sort that are the building blocks of a child's earliest vocabulary. So Smart: First Words also uses visual storytelling and word repetition to help babies learn up to 30 new words. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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