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A Star Is Born(1937)

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  • Voted One of the Year's Ten Best Films by the 1954 National Board of Review.
  • Released in United States 1937
  • Released in United States August 1988
  • Released in United States January 1996
  • Released in United States March 1987
  • Released in United States on Video 1987
  • Released in United States September 1989
  • Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1-11, 1989.
  • Released in United States 1937
  • Shown at Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Tribute to the UCLA Film and Television Archive August 7 & 11, 1988.
  • Shown at New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival May 12-22, 1994.
  • Shown at Sundance Film Festival (William Wellman: American Storyteller) in Park City, Utah January 18-28, 1996.
  • Shown at WideScreen Film Festival in Long Beach, California October 23-25 and October 30 - November 1, 1998.
  • This was a remake of the 1936 version starring Janet Gaynor, but also based on Cukor's own "What Price Hollywood?" (1932). It was also remade again in 1976, starring Barbra Streisand.
  • Director Cukor's finished version was edited and re-edited by the Warner Brothers into various shorter versions.
  • Released in USA on video.
  • A restored version, the most complete around, was supervised by archivist Ronald Haver, edited by Craig Holt, and still photographed by Lize Bechtold Blythe and Eric Durst.
  • Fleming shot additional material for David O. Selznick. Ring Lardner, Jr. contributed the ending of the screenplay.
  • Selected in 2000 for inclusion in the Library of Congress' National Film Registry.
  • CinemaScope
  • Released in United States on Video 1987
  • Released in United States January 1996 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (William Wellman: American Storyteller) in Park City, Utah January 18-28, 1996.)
  • Released in United States March 1987 (Shown at AFI/Los Angeles International Film Festival (Programs from UCLA Film and Television Archive) March 11-26, 1987.)
  • Released in United States August 1988 (Shown at Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Tribute to the UCLA Film and Television Archive August 7 & 11, 1988.)
  • Released in United States September 1989 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1-11, 1989.)