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Format: DVD
Sku: 203391263
UPC: 012569837706
UPC 14: 00012569837706
Category Keywords: Campus Life  Social Issues  True Story
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Artist: John G. Avildsen Ramon Menendez Edward James Olmos Lou Diamond Phillips Morgan Freeman Andy Garcia. Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1. Attribute: Closed Captioned Color Soundtrack English Widescreen. Format: DVD. General Subject: Feature Film Drama. Language: English. Rating: PG13 (Parental Guidance 13+). Region Code: 1. Release Date: 1/2/2007.

"[Lean] ...the definitive inner city school picture...Freeman turns in a spectacular performance...  At-A-Glance Film Reviews
"[Stand] ...Olmos turns in his most famous performance in this feel-good classic.  Christopher Null,
"[Lean] Freeman goes for the gusto and pulls it off...  David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"[Stand] The real key to this film's excellence is the character development and the story, which is first class.  George Chabot,

Editor's Note
STAND AND DELIVER: In this true story, a class not expected to exceed beyond basic arithmetic make academic history, thanks to an inspirational teacher, by achieving record high scores in the state's Advanced Placement Calculus Exam.

LEAN ON ME: Based on actual events, director John G. Avildsen's LEAN ON ME tells the story of Joe Clark (Morgan Freeman), a tough and radical disciplinarian hired to save the worst school in Paterson, New Jersey. The once exemplary Eastside High School is now failing miserably. Graffiti lines the halls, gangs and drugs rule, and teachers and students live in perpetual fear. In one school year, Clark is challenged to turn the snake pit of a school into a halfway civilized place of learning, populated by decent students. To make sure his students pass a basic proficiency exam, Clark resorts to what some believe to be questionable methods--including wandering the halls threateningly with a baseball bat--to restore order to his school. Clark's extreme tactics also include firing teachers for talking back, forcing students to sing the school song on demand, and locking out students known to be drug dealers. Freeman delivers an astonishing performance as the tough-as-nails principal who became a national hero and symbol for tough-love education.


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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 1/29/2008
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2006
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 83770
Video UPC UPC: 00012569837706
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Alan North
Video Cast Info Beverly Todd
Video Cast Info Edward James Olmos
Video Cast Info Estelle Harris
Video Cast Info Lou Diamond Phillips
Video Cast Info Mark Phelan
Video Cast Info Morgan Freeman
Video Cast Info Robert Guillaume
Video Cast Info John G. Avildsen - [Lean] Director
Video Cast Info Ramon Menendez - [Stand] Director


Winner (1991)
   Video Award Name Image Award, Morgan Freeman, [Lean] Outstanding Lead Actor in a Motion Picture
   Video Award Name Image Award, Lean on Me, [Lean] Outstanding Motion Picture

Nominee (1989)
   Video Award Name Golden Globe, Lou Diamond Phillips, [Stand] Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Winner (1989)
   Video Award Name Independent Spirit, Ramon Menendez, [Stand] Best Director
   Video Award Name Independent Spirit, Tom Musca, [Stand] Best Feature
   Video Award Name Independent Spirit, Edward James Olmos, [Stand] Best Male Lead

Nominee (1989)
   Video Award Name Oscar, Edward James Olmos, [Stand] Best Actor in a Leading Role

Professional Reviews

Washington Post 8 of 10
[Lean] "Lean on Me," the new film about a real-life principal who brings a Paterson, N.J., high school back to life, is some sort of definitive exercise in cinematic uplift. It's such a bandwagon-load of good vibes that you almost feel guilty for not climbing aboard -- the kind of movie that makes you feel like a degenerate for not wanting to be jerked around...Besides, Avildsen has made this movie before. "Lean on Me" is nothing more than "Rocky" with report cards...The picture's climactic scene even takes place at the top of a big flight of steps. But at the moment of triumph, this "Rocky" doesn't raise his hands above his head -- the filmmakers have done it for him. - Hal Hinson

Washington Post 9 of 10
[Stand] "Stand and Deliver" is a rousing, real-life underdog drama -- "Hoosiers" with logarithms. This time the Cinderella story is set at a high school in East Los Angeles; the hero is a driven, Bolivian-born teacher; and the players are remedial mathematicians who triumph over calculus...Olmos is absorbing as Escalante, whose determination is larger than life even though the man isn't. He's almost too human, a pudge whose chest shows through where the buttons gape -- a former computer nerd with the nerve of Zorro. As the chief troublemaker, Phillips lends the stardust. Slouched at his desk, his legs stretched out, he oozes the bravado that adolescents mistake for confidence. But under the machismo, Escalante finds the perennial schoolboy. - Rita Kempley

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