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On Golden Pond (1981) back to product details  

Cast: Katharine Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn, Henry Fonda, Henry Fonda, Jane Fonda, Jane Fonda, Doug McKeon, Doug McKeon, Dabney Coleman, Dabney Coleman, William Lanteau, William Lanteau, Chris Rydell, Chris Rydell
Director: Mark Rydell, Mark Rydell
Producer: Bruce Gilbert, Bruce Gilbert, Martin Starger, Martin Starger, Terry Martin Carr, Terry Martin Carr
Screenwriter: Ernest Thompson, Ernest Thompson
Cinematographer: Billy Williams, Billy Williams
Sound/Sound Designer: David Ronne, David Ronne
Composer (Music Score): Dave Grusin, Dave Grusin
Screen Story: Ernest Thompson, Ernest Thompson
Makeup: Tom Tuttle, Tom Tuttle
Set Designer: Jane Bogart, Jane Bogart, Emad Helmey, Emad Helmey
Play Author: Ernest Thompson, Ernest Thompson
Casting: Barry Primus, Barry Primus, Dianne Crittenden, Dianne Crittenden
Editor: Robert Wolfe, Robert Wolfe
Production Designer: Stephen B. Grimes, Stephen B. Grimes, Ida Random, Ida Random
Costume Designer: Dorothy Jeakins, Dorothy Jeakins
Sound Editor: Kay Rose, Kay Rose
Second Unit Director: Stephen B. Grimes, Stephen B. Grimes
First Assistant Director: Gary Daigler, Gary Daigler


Screen Formats:WSE(SM)
Sound:Dolby Digital 5.1,Dolby Digital Surround 2.0
Aspect Ratio:1.85:1

Features:
ccNewly remastered 16:9 widescreen version
5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Audio
Documentary, "Reflections on Golden Pond" - a tribute to the work of cinematographer Billy Williams
Commentary track with writer Ernest Thompson, writer of the Broadway play
Katharine Hepburn tribute documentary

Chapters:
Side #1 --
1. Main Title [3:26]
2. Return to Golden Pond [7:16]
3. Two Loons on the Water [2:27]
4. Not Funny Being Old [1:53]
5. A Career in Strawberries [4:28]
6. A Letter From Chelsea [4:53]
7. His Dame in Shining Armor [3:01]
8. Chelsea's Home [5:34]
9. Embarrassing the Guests [10:48]
10. "We Cruise Chicks" [3:19]
11. Happy Birthday, Norman [3:46]
12. Two Lucky Men [3:46]
13. Just a Little Fat Girl [2:55]
14. Dumped for the Summer [3:33]
15. Looking for Walter [7:27]
16. An Old Lion [1:26]
17. Purgatory Cove [6:07]
18. "Are You Afraid to Die?" [2:22]
19. Reverse, Full Throttle! [3:54]
20. A Trade-In Son [4:50]
21. Fish and Dive Stories [5:05]
22. Fond Farewells [6:50]
23. "You Planning to Die?" [1:26]
24. Just the Two/End Credits [5:13]

Awards:
  • 1982 won Best Actress from British Academy Awards to Hepburn, Katharine.
  • 1982 won Best Actress from British Academy of Film and Television to Hepburn, Katharine.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Picture from National Board of Review.
  • 1981 won Best Actor from National Board of Review to Fonda, Henry.
  • 1981 won Best Actor from National Board of Review to Fonda, Henry.
  • 1981 won Best Actress from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Hepburn, Katharine.
  • 1981 won Best Adapted Screenplay from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Thompson, Ernest.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Cinematography from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Williams, Billy [ph].
  • 1981 nominated for Best Director from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Rydell, Mark.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Editing from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Wolfe, Robert L..
  • 1981 nominated for Best Picture from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Gilbert, Bruce.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Score from Academy to Grusin, David.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Supporting Actress from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Fonda, Jane.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Sound from Academy to Portman, Richard.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Sound from Academy to Ronne, David.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Score from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Grusin, David.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Sound from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Portman, Richard.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Sound from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Ronne, David.
  • 1981 won Best Actor from Academy to Fonda, Henry.
  • 1981 won Best Actress from Academy to Hepburn, Katharine.
  • 1981 won Best Adapted Screenplay from Academy to Thompson, Ernest.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Cinematography from Academy to Williams, Billy.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Director from Academy to Rydell, Mark.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Editing from Academy to Wolfe, Robert L..
  • 1981 nominated for Best Supporting Actress from Academy to Fonda, Jane.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Picture from Academy to Gilbert, Bruce.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Director from Directors Guild of America to Rydell, Mark.
  • 1981 won Best Actor from Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scie to Fonda, Henry.
  • 1981 won Best Picture - Drama from Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
  • 1981 won Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Fonda, Henry.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Hepburn, Katharine.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Director from Directors Guild of America to Rydell, Mark.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion P from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Fonda, Jane.
  • 1981 won Best Actor- Drama from Golden Globe to Fonda, Henry.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Actress - Drama from Golden Globe to Hepburn, Katharine.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Supporting Actress from Golden Globe to Fonda, Jane.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Director from Golden Globe to Rydell, Mark.
  • 1981 won Best Screenplay from Golden Globe to Thompson, Ernest.
  • 1981 nominated for Best Director from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Rydell, Mark.
  • 1981 won Best Screenplay from Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Thompson, Ernest.



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