|aThe Heart is a lonely hunter|h[videorecording] /|cWarner Bros. - Seven Arts Inc.
|aBurbank, CA :|bWarner Home Video,|c1993.
|a1 videocassette (124 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c1/2 in.
|aBased on the novel by Carson McCullers.
|aSpecially produced with Closed Captioning for the hearing impaired.
|aVideocassette release of the 1968 motion picture by Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Inc.
|aProducers, Thomas C. Ryan, Marc Merson ; director, Robert Ellis Miller ; executive producer, Joel Freeman ; screenplay, Thomas C. Ryan ; music, David Grusin ; director of photography, James Wong Howe.
|aJohn Singer is alone, except for one deaf-mute friend, a drooling, teddy bear clutching man-child. When his friend is institutionalized in a small southern town, Singer moves to be near him. Once he is there, Singer's kindness draws him near to others who are broken in body or spirit.
|aFilms for the hearing impaired.
|aMcCullers, Carson, |d1917-1967. |tThe heart is a lonely hunter|h[videorecording]