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LIMITED TO 4000 COPIES!

In honor of the 4,000 cloth The Stones of Summer originally published by Bobbs-Merrill in 1972. When they’re gone, they’re gone. Direct-internet sales only, keeping the price of this Limited Edition DVD affordable.

The complete 127 minute award-winning film, widescreen, new 35mm to digital transfer, all digital sound, with almost 5 hours of additional material.

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THIS DVD CONTAINS ALL MATERIAL FROM THE UPCOMING 2 DISC SET, PLUS AN ADDITIONAL DISC OF DOW MOSSMAN MATERIAL AVAILABLE ONLY IN THIS EDITION. (Questions about the Stone Reader DVD editions? Read the FAQ here.)

    DISC 1:

  • Full, un-cut, 127 min. theatrical release

  • Full-length feature commentary with Mark Moskowitz and Dow Mossman

  • Book Lists and Weblinks for readers

    DISC 2:

  • Mark Moskowitz talks to Betty Kelly, Dow Mossman’s original editor

  • Janet Maslin on-stage interview with director Mark Moskowitz

  • Roger Ebert leads Q&A on Stone Reader with Mark, Dow, and others

  • William F. Buckley interviews Leslie Fiedler (1974 Firing Line)

  • A look at Henry Roth: Connections across time (produced especially for this DVD)

  • Further conversations: Frank Conroy, Robert Gottlieb, and others from the movie, including the full Leslie Fiedler interview

  • 5 Deleted Scenes

  • A.S. Byatt talks with Toni Morrison (great moment from 1984)

  • Post-screening discussion. 5 writers (Matt Klam, Tom Carson) discuss the book and movie after a screening

  • 30-minute featurette with interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and more lost books from the movie’s theatrical tour

  • Theatrical Trailer

    DISC 3:

  • Exclusive Footage: More than 1 hour of Dow Mossman, then, now, and elsewhere. Includes much original film from Mark's first visit, plus Dow’s re-union after 33 years with his professor, Bill Murray; Dow meeting New York Times reviewer John Seelye for the first time, and lots more interesting moments and conversations.

   OTHER DETAILS:

   Encoding: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only.)
   Format: Color, Widescreen, Stereo
   Rated: PG-13

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