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As for features, there's a cast of dozens

'Jules And Jim,' Shirley Temple And Vin, A 'phantom,' An 'aviator' -- And A Zebra, Just For Kicks.

April 17, 2005|Kevin Crust and Casey Dolan

Comedy

Are We There Yet? Ice Cube on a road trip. Sony: $28.95, May 24.

Back Roads. Tommy Lee Jones and Sally Field star as a drifter and a hooker. Paramount: N/A, May 3.

Bear Cub. Gay Spanish man bonds with nephew. TLA Releasing: $24.99. May 10.

For The Record
Los Angeles Times Tuesday May 03, 2005 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 0 inches; 39 words Type of Material: Correction
Doris Day on DVD -- An April 17 Calendar article about the Doris Day Collection on DVD said that the set featured six films. The set consists of eight of her films, six of which are new to DVD.

Be Cool. John Travolta returns as Chili Palmer in the sequel to "Get Shorty." MGM: $27.98, June 7.

The Boys and Girl From County Clare. Liverpool band challenges for All-Irish music championship in 1970. With Colm Meaney. First Look: $24.98, July 12.

Cafe au Lait. Mathieu Kassovitz's multicultural French comedy of uncertain paternity. Koch Lorber: $29.98,

May 10.

D.E.B.S. Angela Robinson's teenage-girl spy spoof. Sony: $24.96, June 14.

Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Longtime marrieds hit the skids in actor-writer Tyler Perry's serio-comedy. Lions Gate: $28.98, June 28.

A Dirty Shame. John Waters pits debauchery against decency in suburban Baltimore. New Line: $27.95, June 14.

The Green Butchers. Something's rotten in this dark Danish film by Anders Thomas Jensen. Sony Pictures: $29.95, May 17.

Hair Show. Mo'Nique heads the ensemble in a beauty shop romp. New Line: $19.98, May 10.

Heaven Can Wait. Don Ameche knocks at the pearly gates in the Ernst Lubitsch classic. Criterion: $29.95, May 17.

Hitch. Will Smith stars as a love doctor with heart problems of his own. Sony: $28.95, June 14.

Ice Princess. Michelle Trachtenberg as a girl who goes from mathlete to skater. Buena Vista: $29.99, July 19.

In China They Eat Dogs. Danish bank clerk tries to make crime pay. TLA Releasing: $24.99, April 19.

In Good Company. Middle-aged adman's (Dennis Quaid) new, much younger boss (Topher Grace) begins dating his daughter (Scarlett Johansson). Universal: $26.98, May 10.

Intervista. Federico Fellini and Marcello Mastroianni look at 50 years of Cinecitta in 1987 mock doc. Koch Lorber: $29.98, April 26.

The Last Shot. FBI funds movie to trap mob. Matthew Broderick and Alec Baldwin star. Buena Vista: $29.99,

May 10.

License to Drive. The Coreys -- Haim and Feldman -- star in 1987 teen farce. Anchor Bay: $19.98, May 3.

The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. Bill Murray goes deep for director Wes Anderson. Buena Vista: $29.99, May 10.

Man of the House. Texas Ranger (Tommy Lee Jones) protects cheerleader murder witnesses. Sony Pictures: N/A, June 28.

My Mother Likes Women. Three Spanish sisters discover that Mom is a lesbian. Wolfe: $24.95, May 10.

The Olive Thomas Collection. The silent-era ingenue stars in "The Flapper," plus the documentary "Olive Thomas: Everybody's Sweetheart." Milestone: $29.99, April 26.

The Pacifier. Vin Diesel plays a Navy SEAL on baby-sitting duty. Buena Vista: $29.99, June 28.

Racing Stripes. Zebra thinks he's a horse in a mix of live action and animation. Warner Bros.: $27.95, May 10.

The Sandlot 2. Direct-to-video sequel to kids' baseball tale. With James Earl Jones. Fox: $19.98, May 3.

Shirley Temple: Little Darling Pack. The '30s child star in "Little Miss Marker" and "Now and Forever." Universal: $19.98, April 19.

Son of the Mask. Jamie Kennedy dons the green mask in this belated sequel. New Line: $27.95, May 17.

Suds. Mary Pickford stars as a lowly London laundry girl. Milestone: $29.99, June 7.

Team America: World Police. Trey Parker and Matt Stone destroy the world with marionettes. Paramount: $19.95, May 17.

Through the Back Door. Mary Pickford as a Belgian girl who ends up working as her mother's maid. Milestone: $29.99, May 3.

The Wedding Date. A woman hires a male escort to save face. With Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney. Universal: N/A, Aug. 2.

Widows' Peak. Hidden intrigues in 1920s Irish resort. With Natasha Richardson, Mia Farrow and Joan Plowright. New Line: $19.97,

Tuesday.

With Six You Get Eggroll. Widow and widower merge families. Doris Day, Brian Keith star. Paramount: N/A, May 3.

Also: "The Big Lebowski." Special edition. Universal:

N/A. Aug. 16 ... "The Blues Brothers." 25th anniversary edition. Universal: N/A, Aug. 30 ... "Coyote Ugly." Unrated special edition. Buena Vista: $19.99, June 7 ... "Father of the Bride" (1990). Special edition. Buena Vista: $19.99, June 7 ... "The Longest Yard" (1974). Lockdown edition. Paramount: $14.99, May 10 ... "Matilda." Special edition. Sony Pictures: $19.94, June 7 ... "Spaceballs." Collector's edition. MGM: $29.98, May 3 ... "Stripes." Extended director's cut. Sony: $19.94, June 7 ... "Swimming With Sharks." Special edition. Lions Gate: $19.98, June 7.

Drama

The Architects. Idealistic designer is frustrated in East Germany. Directed by Peter Kahane. First Run: $24.95, April 26.

The Assassination of Richard Nixon. Sean Penn stars as an unhinged man in the early 1970s. New Line: $27.95, April 26.

Au Hasard Balthazar. Robert Bresson's meditation on saintliness via the plight of a donkey. Criterion: $29.95, May 17.

The Aviator. Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Martin Scorsese's Howard Hughes epic. Warner Bros.: $29.95, May 24.

An Awfully Big Adventure. Hugh Grant and Alan Rickman star in director Mike Newell's backstage film. New Line: $19.97, Tuesday.

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