George Roy Hill
Closed Caption; Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid: ; 45-minute documentary; Cast and crew interviews; Audio commentary by George Roy Hill, Hal David, Robert Crawford and Conrad Hall; Theatrical trailer; ; The Longest Day: ; Original theatrical trailer; ; The Sand Pebbles: ; Audio commentary with director Robert Wise and actors Candice Bergen, Mako and Richard Crenna; Isolated score track with commentary by music producer Nick Redman, film music historian Jon Burlingame, and Lem Dobbs, film historian and screenwriter of The Limey and Dark City; ; The Hustler: ; Commentary by Paul Newman, Time magazine film critic Richard Schickel and others; Original documentary: The Hustler: the inside story; Picture-in-picture commentary on how to make the trick shots; Theatrical trailer.
Chevy Chase has a farm, E-I-E-I-Uh-Oh. He plays a Manhattan sportswriter who ditches his career for the rural life and finds that getting away from it all can mean getting in deeper. George Roy Hill ("Slap Shot") directs the laugh harvest of "Funny Farm". More fish-out-of-water comedy awaits when Chase teams with fellow "SNL" alum Dan Aykroyd to play government desk jockeys who fake their way into becoming U.