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Houston Voice, June 10, 2005 - File 013. 2005-06-10. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 14, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2763/show/2750.

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(2005-06-10). Houston Voice, June 10, 2005 - File 013. Montrose Voice. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2763/show/2750

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Title Houston Voice, June 10, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date June 10, 2005
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript Kiss and Tell Brittany Murphy tells a British mag that her favorite cinematic smooches were with women. Page 17 JUNE 10, 2005 what's old is new FROM JAMES DEAN AND JOAN CRAWFORD TO JOHN WATERS AND BETTE DAVIS, SUMMER DVD RELEASES STARRING SOME OLD FAVORITES ABOUND. By MATTHEW FORKE OR MANY DVD COLLECTORS, MYSELF included, empty shelf space has become an unaffordable luxury So, how to ease the keep-case clutter Trek to Ikea? Call California Closets? Sell used DVDs on eBay? Of little help to gay pack rats are movie studios that continue to churn out supplement-rich special editions of TV favorites and multi-disk superstar collections. Here is a sample of what's available this summer. "The Best of Everything": Or, as one Amazon.com customer calls it, "When Breasts Were Everything." Glossy melodrama perfectly captures the excitement of '50s New York as three ambitious secretaries {Hope Lange, Suzy Parker and Diane Baker) brave the "lipstick jungle" of a major publishing company each threatened by boorish lovers, lecherous executives and Mildred Fierce herself, Joan Crawford as an embittered editor. (1959, Fox Home Video, $19.95) "The Golden Girls Season Two": Shoulder pads and blue hair in place, "Girls" hit the ground running in its sophomore year (which won an Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy Award). Guest stars include Burt Reynolds, George Clooney, Rita Moreno and Nancy Walker. (1986-87, Buena Vista Home Video, $49.99) "The Detective": Mia Farrow should thank her lucky stars for choosing to work with Roman Polanski in "Rosemary's Baby" instead of then-husband Frank Sinatra in this homophobic museum piece. Worth viewing for pre-Stonewall historical purposes only Also stars Robert Duvall, Lee Remick and Jack Klugman. (1968, Fox Home Video, $14.98) "The Doris Day Collection": Ready to take a "Sentimental Journey" with the top female box office draw of the 1960s? Miss Day's radiant new 8-d.isc set includes "Young Man With a Horn" (1950, with Lauren Bacall as Kirk Douglas' lesbian wife); "Lullaby of'Broadway" (1951); "Love Me or Leave Me" (1955); "Billy Roses Jumbo" (1962); "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (1960); "The Glass Bottom Boat" (1966); "Calamity Jane" (1953) and "Pajama Game" (1957). Also recommended for Day fans: Alfred Hitchcock's "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (1956) or anything with frequent costar Rock Hudson. (Warner Home Video, $66.92) "The Complete James Dean Collection": In honor of the 50th ariniversary of his death, Dean's three major films. Johnny Knoxville and Tracey Ullman appear in "A Dirty Shame," a tale of suburban dysfunction by Baltimore director John Waters. (Photo courtesy of Fine Line Features) "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955), "East of Eden" (1955) and "Giant" (1956), are now available in a six-disc, boxed set from Warner Home Video. ($49.92) "Dead Ringers": "Separation can be terrifying," reads the tagline, an observation that doubly applies to the bizarre sibling bond between identical twin gynecologists Elliott and Beverly Mantle. Beware of the chill-inducing "Instruments for Operating on Mutant Women." (1988. Warner Home Video. $19.97) "Wonder Woman: The Complete Third Season": Signaling the death knell for everything great and glorious about the '70s, the third and final season of Wonder Woman bounds into stores just in time for summer. (1978-79, Warner Home Video, $39.98) "A Dirty Shame": The latest tale of suburban dysfunction from Baltimore director John Waters pits crazed sex addict Sylvia Stickles (Tracy Ullman) and her unwholesome brood (Selma Blair and Chris Isaak) against the prudish residents of Pinewood (the "Neuters"). A Weirdsmobile, to be sure. (2005, New Line Home Entertainment. $27.95, Available June 14) • Jaws: 30th Anniversary Edition": Just when you thought it was safe to pick up "Jaws: The Collector's Edition," along comes its new 2- disc "30th Anniversary Edition." This edition features a new DTS soundtrack and a two-hour production documentary, expanded by one hour from its previous DVD release. (1975, Universal Home Video, $22.98, Available June 14) "The Joan Crawford Collection": The TCM documentary "Joan Crawford; The Ultimate Movie Star," is included with this collection. For those unfamiliar with the actress outside of her character-assassinating "Mommie Dearest" persona, Warner Home Video's new five-disc set offers a terrific introduction to Crawford's body of work: "Mildred Pierce" (1945); "Humoresque" (1946); "The Women" (1939); "Possessed" (1947) and "The Damned Don't Cry" (1950). ($49.92, Available June 14) "The Bette Davis Collection": Although it includes three previously released titles, Bette Davis fans will be pleased to see pristine new transfers of several notable films: landmark weepers "Dark Victory" (1939), "Now, Voyager" (1942) and "Mr. SkefTington,'' noir classic "The Letter" (1940) and camp melodrama "The Star" (1952). (Warner Home Video, $49.92, Available June 14) "Bewitched: The Complete First Season": Arriving in stores the same week Nicole Kidman's remake is released in theaters (a coincidence?), Season One of the long-running sitcom starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York. Agnes Moorehead and Marion Lome may be purchased in either black-and-white or colorized versions. (1964-65. Columbia Tristar Home Video, $39.95, Available June 21) "The Mary Tyler Moore Show Season Two": Finally, "Love is All Around..." Again! Inexplicably delayed for more than two years, the kind fairy godmothers at Fox Home Video have granted MTM fans a generous wish: the complete second season. Co-starring Ed Asner, Valerie Harper. Cloris Leachman and Ted Knight. (1971 72, Fox Home Video, $29.98, Available July 26) JEWEL IN MONTROSE: The newly opened Aladdin I ALL THAT JAZZ: The weekend is packed with events Mediterranean Cuisine is a jewel in Montrose. Page 14 | including Jazz and a birthday party for Kofi. Page 15
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