Guess who's coming to dinner [videorecording] / Columbia Pictures presents a Stanley Kramer production ; written by William Rose ; produced and directed by Stanley Kramer.

Crusading newspaper publisher Matt Drayton's liberal principles are put to the test when his daughter, Joey, announces her engagement to John Prentice, an internationally renowned African-American physician. While Matt's wife, Christina, readily accepts Joey's decision, Matt intends t...

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Corporate Authors: Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm)
Other Authors: Kramer, Stanley, Rose, William, 1914-1987, Tracy, Spencer, 1900-1967, Poitier, Sidney, Hepburn, Katharine, 1907-2003, Houghton, Katharine
Format: Video DVD
Language:English
Published: Culver City, Calif. : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2008]
Edition:Fortieth anniversary edition.
Series:Stanley Kramer film collection.
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Summary:Crusading newspaper publisher Matt Drayton's liberal principles are put to the test when his daughter, Joey, announces her engagement to John Prentice, an internationally renowned African-American physician. While Matt's wife, Christina, readily accepts Joey's decision, Matt intends to withhold his consent, forgetting that when it comes to matters of the heart, true love is colorblind.
Item Description:DVD release of the 1967 motion picture.
Special features: Introductions by Tom Brokaw, Quincy Jones, Karen Kramer and Steven Spielberg; "A love story of today" featurette; "A special kind of love" featurette; "Stanley Kramer: a man's search for truth"; 2007 Producers Guild of America "Stanley Kramer" Award presentation to Al Gore; Stanley Kramer accepts the Irving Thalberg Award; photo gallery.
Physical Description:2 videodiscs (approximately 107 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Format:DVD ; Region 1 ; anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) presentation ; Dolby Digital 3.0, remastered in High Definition.
Audience:Not rated.
Awards:Academy Awards, 1967: Best Actress (Katharine Hepburn) ; Best Original Screenplay (William Rose)
Production Credits:Director of photography, Sam Leavitt ; editor, Robert C. Jones ; music, DeVol.