Buy Paul Scofield's Films
Other World Of Winston Churchill VHS
A fascinating look at the artistic career of the famed British Prime Minister,
this documentary tells, in Churchill's own words and interviews with colleagues,
how he turned to painting to escape the pressures of his office. Paul Scofield
narrates. 54 min.
Train [DVD](1964) DVD
In this riveting World War II tale, Burt Lancaster plays a railway engineer
who enlists the help of members of the French Resistance to stop a train
filled with art treasures that's being routed to Germany by the Nazis. Paul
Scofield, Jeanne Moreau and Michel Simon also star in John Frankenheimer's
exciting wartime thriller. 133 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby
mono; Subtitles: English, French; audio commentary by Frankenheimer; isolated
music score; theatrical trailer.
Man For All Seasons [DVD](1966) DVD
Splendid film account of the conflict between England's King Henry VIII
and Sir Thomas More over the monarch's divorcing of his first wife and break
with the Catholic Church. Paul Scofield, Robert Shaw, Wendy Hiller and Orson
Welles head an impressive cast; Fred Zinnemann directs. Winner of six Oscars,
including Best Picture. 134 min. Widescreen and Standard; Soundtrack: English
Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English; scene access.
At once funny, dramatic, ironic, and perplexing, Herman Melville's short
story of an office clerk who slowly and inexorably shuts himself off from
his job, his society, and ultimately his own life stars John McEnery and
Paul Scofield. 78 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono;
production notes; original shooting script.
Delicate Balance [DVD](1973) DVD
Involving drama, based on Edward Albee's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, stars
Katharine Hepburn and Paul Scofield as an upper-middle class couple whose
quiet Connecticut home becomes a refuge for their emotionally unbalanced
friends and family. Among the unwelcome houseguests are Hepburn's volatile,
alcoholic sister, the couple's divorce-prone daughter, and their autophobic
best friends. Kate Reid, Lee Remick and Joseph Cotten co-star. 132 min.
Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; interviews; featurettes; photo
gallery; theatrical trailer.
Expert globe-trotting espionage story stars Alain Delon as a hired assassin
who is told that his associate, super CIA operative Burt Lancaster, is a
double agent. A cat-and-mouse game around the world ensues, involving other
agents and pitting crafty veteran Lancaster against young, slick Delon.
Paul Scofield, John Colicos and Gayle Hunnicutt also star. 114 min. Widescreen;
Soundtracks: English Dolby mono, French mono; Subtitles: English, French;
The Whales Came(1989) VHS
A lyrical drama that will delight nature fans. A school of narwhal whales
washes up on the shore of a British island, prompting an enigmatic sculptor
to believe the island will be cursed. Paul Scofield, Helen Mirren and Max
Rennie star. 100 min.
Show [DVD](1994) DVD
Director Robert Redford's acclaimed look at the scandal that rocked America
during the Golden Age of Television, the revelation that popular game shows
like "Twenty-One" and "The $64,000 Question" were rigged and champions were
fed answers for the sake of ratings, features a superlative cast that includes
Ralph Fiennes, Rob Morrow, John Turturro, David Paymer and Paul Scofield.
133 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround, French
Dolby Digital Surround; theatrical trailer; scene access.
Arthur Miller wrote the screenplay for director Nicholas Hytner's acclaimed
adaptation of his allegorical drama set during the Salem Witch Trials in
17th-century Massachusetts. A young girl's spurning by her married lover
leads to accusations of witchcraft, and soon an entire village is gripped
in a fever of hysteria, bigotry and fear. Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder,
Joan Allen and Paul Scofield star. 123 min.
Broken Music: The Recorded Performances of Paul Scofield - a wonderful resource!