Widely considered the greatest living American filmmaker, Martin Scorsese has created "a thrilling body of work that has consistently dazzled fellow filmmakers and audiences alike" (The New York Times). His films are powerful, devastating, illuminating, unfailingly honest and infinitely fascinating. Each work bears the unique stamp of its passionate, inventive and brilliant director. Experience Scorsese's acclaimed films in this 4-DVD giftset.
Boxcar Bertha - Barbara Hershey and David Carradine star in this "beautifully directed" (The New York Times) tale of railroad renegades and runaway romance.
New York, New York - Liza Minnelli and Robert De Niro light up the screen in this "fond, extravagant...salute to the big-band musicals of the 1940s" (The New York Times)! Includes introduction by Martin Scorsese, deleted scenes and more.
The Last Waltz - Join rock superstars Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison and many others as they celebrate The Band's historic 1976 farewell performance. Includes 2 audio commentaries, behind-the-scenes footage and more.
Raging Bull - Nominated for 8 Academy Awards, this searing story about the rise of middleweight champion Jake La Motta ranks among the greatest cinematic achievements of all time. Includes new interviews with Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro.
- Starring: Barbara Hershey, Eric Clapton, Liza Minnelli, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Robert De Niro, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison
- Format: Color, Dolby, DVD, NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
- Number of Discs: 4
- Rating: Not Rated
- Label: MGM
- Run Time: 497 minutes
- Catalogue #: 4007597
- The Last Waltz - 2 Audio Commentaries by the Director and Musicians, Rare, Unseen Footage and Behind the Scenes Featurettes
- Raging Bull - Behind the scenes featurettes, Audio Commentaries with Cast & Crew, The Bronx Bull - Making of Documentary, De Niro Vs. La Motta Shot-by-Shot Comparison, La Motta defends title - Newsreel Footage
- New York, New York - Introduction by Martin Scorsese, Audio Commentary by Director Martin Scorsese and Film Critic Carrie Rickey, Alternate Takes, Deleted Scenes, Photo Gallery