|aThe ballad of the sad cafe|h[videorecording] /|cMerchant Ivory Productions, Inc.
|aBurbank, Calif. :|bSVS/Triumph Home Video ;|bRCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video,|c1992.
|a1 videocassette (96 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c1/2 in.
|aBased on the story by Carson McCullers and play by Edward Albee.
|aOriginally produced as motion picture in 1991.
|aHi-fi stereo ; Dolby surround.
|aExecutive producer, Paul Bradley ; production designer, Bruno Santini ; editor, Andrew Marcus ; associate producer, Donald Rosenfeld ; photography, Walter Lassally ; music, Richard Robbins ; screnplay, Michael Hirst ; producer, Ismail Merchant ; director, Simon Callow.
|aVanessa Redgrave, Keith Carradine, Rod Steiger, Cork Hubbert, Austin Pendleton, Beth Dixon, Lanny Flaherty, Mert Hatfield, Earl Hindman, Anne Pitoniak.
|aPlain-faced and unhappy, the eccentric Miss Amelia marries and publicly humiliates Marvin Macy, a charming con man who has fallen in love with her, causing him to battle to break her spirit and her heart as an act of revenge.
|aMcCullers, Carson,|d1917-1967.|tBallad of the sad cafe.