Cinderella Liberty (DVD)

by Twentieth Century Fox
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In CINDERELLA LIBERTY, John (James Caan), a good-natured sailor on shore leave, begins a bittersweet romance with a hard-bitten prostitute, Maggie (Marsha Mason), who has an illegitimate black son in need of a father. When Maggie runs away, the sentimental John goes AWOL to find her, in an effort to make a family out of their unlikely coupling. Especially strong performances by Caan and Mason highlight this touching drama of subtle social commentary. Director Mark Rydell's film effectively combines the gritty realism of the character's surroundings--in particular, the life of a single mother and prostitute--and the classic elements of star-crossed romantic melodramas of the 1940s.


UPC 024543411994
Studio Fox Home Entertainment
Format DVD
Genre Drama
Rating Restricted
Dimensions 5.5" x 0.5" x 7.5" WxHxD
Weight 0.25 lbs
Stars Allan Arbus, Eli Wallach, B. Kirby, James Caan, Allyn Ann McLerie, Kirk Calloway, Marsha Mason, Fred Sadoff, Dabney Coleman, Burt Young
Directors Mark Rydell
Dimensions 7.5x5.3x0.6
Country of Origin United States

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  • Whatever happened to Kirk Calloway?
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    Great movie in every way with so many future super stars. Marsha Mason is fabulous as a "person" in a by gone era in Seattle. The actor with the difficult central role is that of Kirk Calloway who won the Golden Globe that year for new talent. His acting career did not take off as some of the others in the movie. The movie was filmed in 1973 and reminds of the Seattle saw when I arrived. The special feature is unique and it is worth the time to hear the director speak right after the filming instead of 34 years later. Great end.

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