Paper Moon - The Masters of Cinema Series

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Title
Paper Moon
Label / Studio
Eureka
Rating
PG
Duration
102
Number of Discs
2
Release Date
25/05/2015
Studio
Eureka
format
Blu-ray / with DVD - Double Play
Certificate UK
PG

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Peter Bogdanovich directs this comedy drama set during the Great Depression. At her mother's funeral nine-year-old Addie Loggins (Tatum O'Neal) meets Moses Pray (Ryan O'Neal), a man who many of the locals suspect of being her long-absent father. Although he denies the allegations, Moses is persuaded to take Addie to her new home with her aunt in Missouri. Along the way, the young orphan discovers that Moses is a travelling conman who preys on recently widowed women by selling them a personalised Bible. The pair form a formidable partnership after Addie demonstrates a natural talent for confidence tricks and joins Moses on the road to execute his scams. But their success and friendship is threatened when Moses becomes fascinated with an exotic dancer named Trixie Delight (Madeline Kahn), leaving Addie to devise a plan to bring him back to his senses.

Director: Peter Bogdanovich
Producer: Peter Bogdanovich
Writer: Alvin Sargent
Cinematographer: László Kovács
Actor: Tatum O'Neal
Actor: Ryan O'Neal
Actor: Madeline Kahn
Actor: John Hillerman
Actor: Burton Gilliam
Actor: P.J. Johnson
Actor: James Harrell
Actor: Noble Willingham
Actor: Yvonne Harrison
Actor: Randy Quaid

Main Format
Blu-ray
Keyword Index
Paper Moon - The Masters of Cinema Series|Tatum O'Neal
Colour
B/W
Region
Region B
Extras 1
High Definition extras tbc
Extras 2
Languages(s): English, Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English, Interactive Menu, Screen ratio 1:1.78
Extras 3
Booklet, Commentary: with Peter Bogdanovich, Making of Documentary
Catalogue Number
EKA70191

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