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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Special Edition) [Thinpak] (2-DVD)

You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games
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Format:  DVD  (2 Discs)
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DVD Details

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Rated: Not Rated
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 11 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Released: June 22, 1966
  • Originally Released: 1966
  • Label: Warner Home Video

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Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh95%

Total Count: 42


User Ratings: 21,596
Rating: 4/4 -- It's one of the Academy's black marks that Burton didn't win the Best Actor Oscar for his remarkable, career-capping performance. Full Review
Creative Loafing
May 14, 2016
The greatest credit for the implacable engagement that the film creates for its audience must go to the director, Mike Nichols. Nichols makes a stunning film bow with Virginia Woolf. Full Review
Hollywood Reporter
Nov 20, 2014
Edward Albee's vitriolic stage portrayal of domestic blisslessness translated grainily and effectively to the screen. Full Review
Time Out
Feb 11, 2006
Rating: 3/5 -- '60s drama about dysfunctional marriage has drinking, sex. Full Review
Common Sense Media
Nov 1, 2016
[Taylor] is nothing less than brilliant as the shrewish, slovenly. blasphemous, frustrated, slightly wacky, alcoholic wife of a meek, unambitious assistant professor of history at a university, over which her father reigns as president. Full Review
New York Daily News
Mar 10, 2015
Rating: 3/4 -- I could watch Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton do this for hours. Full Review
Sep 19, 2016
When Nichols finally settles down, it's almost too late. Full Review
Chicago Reader
Jun 28, 2007

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You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games... Elizabeth Taylor delivers an Academy Award-winning performance opposite Richard Burton in this adaptation of Edward Albee's groundbreaking Broadway play that rips the façade of civility off the dysfunctional marriage between an alcoholic college professor and his shrew of a wife during a dinner party the two host for a young couple. Special features on this 2-DVD special edition include commentary by directors Mike Nichols and Steven Soderbergh, commentary by cinematographer Haskell Wexler, a vintage biographical portriat of Elizabeth Taylor titled "An Intimate Portrait", two new featurettes ("A Daring Work of Raw Excellence" and "Too Shocking for its Time"), a Mike Nichols' interview from 1966, a Sandy Denny screen test, and a movie trailer gallery.

Product Info

  • Sales Rank: 16,674
  • UPC: 085391101192
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
  • International Shipping: 2 items

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