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Indian In The Cupboard
Artist: Scardino, Hal
UPC: 00043396116429
Studio: Sony Pictures
Genre: Family
Screen: Standard screen
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Product Type: DVD
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Annotation: A nine-year-old boy gets a plastic Indian and a cupboard for his birthday and finds himself involved in adventure when the Indian comes to life and befriends him.
Additional Information
Rating: PG
Runtime: 97 mins
Weight: 0.25 lbs
Info: Color, Closed Captioned, Standard screen, Widescreen, Soundtrack English, Soundtrack French, Soundtrack Spanish, English Subtitles, Spanish Subtitles, French subtitles, DTS SOUND
Detailed Product Description: Video
In Print Date : 2001-07-03
Run Time : 5820
Recording Mode : Dolby Surround
Noise Reduction : Dolby
Digital Process : Digitally Mastered
Feature : Color Letter Boxed
In Print Date : 2001-07-03
Rating : PG (MPAA)
Rating Reason : Mild language and brief video images of violence and sexy dancing.
Category : Science-Fiction/Fantasy, Family Interaction, Fantasy, Indians, Kids Adventure, Toys, Theatrical Release, Family (General), Based On A Novel
Original Release Year : 1995
Released By : Sony Pictures Home
Catalog Number : 11642
Area : USA
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Contributor
Star:Lindsay Crouse American Actress
Screenwriter:Melissa Mathison
Director:Frank Oz Director/Muppeteer
Star:Rishi Bhat Child Actor
Star:Hal Scardino Actor
Star:David Keith American Actor
Star: Litefoot
Synopsis: Good things often come in little packages, as young Omri (Hal Scardino) discovers when he receives a present from his friend Patrick, a plastic Indian figure that comes to life after Omri locks him in his toy cupboard. Little Bear (Litefoot), an Iroquois Indian from 1761, opens up new worlds of thought, experience, and tolerance to young Omri. A few disastrous experiments with other toys in the cupboard and Patrick's insistence on receiving his own living toy reveals to Omri that the "toys" have feelings just as he does, no matter how small their stature. Frank Oz (BOWFINGER) directs from a script from Melissa Mathison (E.T.).
Release Note: DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.78 Full Frame - 1.33 Letterbox - 1.85 Audio: Dolby Digital Surround - English, Spanish, French Additional Release Material: Audio Commentary: Frank Oz - Director Trailers: 1. Original Theatrical Trailer 2. FLY AWAY HOME 3. HOOK 4. JUMANJI 5. MADELINE 6. MUPPETS FROM SPACE Interactive Features: Scene Access Interactive Menus Text/Photo Galleries: Photo Galleries Production Notes Biographies: Cast & Crew Filmographies: 1. Frank Oz - Director 2. Melissa Mathison - Screenwriter 3. David Keith - Star
Review: -02/01/1996
"...A paragon of the genre..." - Recommended
Review: -01/01/1996
"...THE INDIAN IN THE CUPBOARD is capable of creeping up on you and aiming straight for the heart..."
Review: -01/19/1996
"...Refreshingly sophisticated..." -- Rating: B+
Review: -07/17/1995
"...[The] effects cleverly capture the little-guy-in-the-big-room scenario....Litefoot cuts a striking figure..."
Review: -07/14/1995
"...The most self-effacing of films, a gentle and low-key effort directed in a determinedly non-flashy manner....Scardino is one of the few child actors who actually seems like a real kid..."