BACK ON DVD - INCLUDES COMMENTARY TRACK WITH DIRECTOR John G. Avildsen AND WRITER Steve Shagan - Jack Lemmon won an Oscar for this dramatic performance, considered by many to be his finest. Lemmon plays Harry Stoner, a man caught in violent collision with his past and present life. He believes there is nothing significant in his life except survival, and that instinct pushes him beyond moral conduct. He'll juggle the books, supply women for clients... and even set fire to his own dress manufacturing factory. He is drawn to an America when life not only had values and heroes, it all seemed worth living and building. But Harry is frightened to break away from the emptiness of his seemingly successful life.
BACK ON DVD - INCLUDES COMMENTARY TRACK WITH DIRECTOR John G. Avildsen AND WRITER Steve Shagan - Jack Lemmon won an Oscar for this dramatic performance, considered by many to be his finest. Lemmon plays Harry Stoner, a man caught in violent collision with his past and present life. He believes there is nothing significant in his life except survival, and that instinct pushes him beyond moral conduct. He'll juggle the books, supply women for clients... and even set fire to his own dress manufacturing factory. He is drawn to an America when life not only had values and heroes, it all seemed worth living and building. But Harry is frightened to break away from the emptiness of his seemingly successful life.
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Format: DVD
Label: PARAMOUNT
Rel. Date: 11/10/2020
UPC: 032429347053

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Format: DVD
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BACK ON DVD - INCLUDES COMMENTARY TRACK WITH DIRECTOR John G. Avildsen AND WRITER Steve Shagan - Jack Lemmon won an Oscar for this dramatic performance, considered by many to be his finest. Lemmon plays Harry Stoner, a man caught in violent collision with his past and present life. He believes there is nothing significant in his life except survival, and that instinct pushes him beyond moral conduct. He'll juggle the books, supply women for clients... and even set fire to his own dress manufacturing factory. He is drawn to an America when life not only had values and heroes, it all seemed worth living and building. But Harry is frightened to break away from the emptiness of his seemingly successful life.