The sting [videorecording] / a Universal Picture ; a Bill / Phillips production of a George Roy Hill film ; by David S. Ward ; a Richard D. Zanuck / David Brown presentation ; a Zanuck/Brown Production ; directed by George Roy Hill ; produced by Tony Bill and Michael and Julia Phillips.
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|Howe Library||DVD FIC STI||31254003239874||Upper level||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0783225873
- ISBN: 9780783225876
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (129 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 insert (1 folded sheet ( p.) : ill. ; 19 cm.)
- Edition: Full screen
- Publisher: Universal City, Calif. : Universal Pictures : c2001.
Originally produced as an American motion picture in 1973.
Special features: Production notes [text feature]; Cast and filmmakers [text feature].
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Main titles/First con -- Lonnegan strikes back -- Set up/Great Henry Gondorff -- Round-up -- Playing for Lonnegan -- Hook -- Friendly poker game -- Double-cross -- Tale -- Hooker on the lam -- Wire -- Federal case -- Shut-out -- Hooker hooked by the Feds -- Sting -- Big con/End credits.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Director of photography, Robert Surtees ; film editor, William Reynolds ; costumes by Edith Head ; music adapted by Marvin Hamlisch ; piano rags by Scott Joplin ; art director, Henry Bumstead ; title artwork, Jaroslav Gebr.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
The players: Paul Newman (Henry Gondorff), Robert Redford (Johnny Hooker), Robert Shaw (Doyle Lonnegan), Charles Durning (Lt. Wm. Snyder), Ray Walston (J. J. Singleton), Eileen Brennan (Billie), Harold Gould (Kid Twist), John Heffernan (Eddie Niles), Dana Elcar (F.B.I. agent Polk), Jack Kehoe (Erie Kid), Dimitra Arliss (Loretta).
It is 1932 and a money runner is carrying the week's take -- $11,000 -- from an illegal gambling outfit in Joliet, Illinois, to the main office. On the way, three men con him out of the take. Mob boss Doyle Lonnegan discovers who pulled the job, and exacts revenge by having one of the con men, Luther Coleman thrown from a window. Lonnegan also orders a hit on Luther's partner, Johnny Hooker. To escape Lonnegan's wrath, Hooker goes to Chicago, to meet an old friend of Luther's, Henry Gondorff. To avenge Luther's death, they set up an elaborate plan -- a "long con" -- to swindle an enormous sum out of Lonnegan so neatly that he won't even realize he's been conned.
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MPAA Rating: Rated PG.
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DVD; Region 1, NTSC; Dolby digital mono; full screen, presentation aspect ration 1.33:1.
In English, dubbed French, or dubbed Spanish; with optional subtitles in English for the hearing impaired or Spanish.
Winner, 1974 Academy Awards: Best Picture, Tony Bill, Michael Phillips, Julia Phillips; Best Director: George Roy Hill; Best Film Editing: William Reynolds; Best Art Direction-Set Decoration: Henry Bumstead, James Payne; Best Costume Design: Edith Head; Best Music, Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation: Marvin Hamlisch; Best writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Published or Produced: David S. Ward.
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