|aA rose for Emily|h[videorecording] /|cChubbuck Cinema Company presents a film by Lyndon Chubbuck and H. Kaye Dyal ; directed by Lyndon Chubbuck ; produced and written by H. Kaye Dyal ; executive producer, Gary M. Chubbuck.
|aSanta Monica, CA :|bPyramid Media,|cc1982.
|a1 videodisc (27 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aBased on a story by William Faulkner.
|aExecutive in charge of production, Pamela Owen ; associate producer, Raleigh Geer ; director of photography, Jim Tynes ; editor, Jim Bogardt ; art director, Peter Mays ; assistant director, David Eisenstark ; sound, Jon Huck ; production manager, Deborah Hoy ; costumes, Laurie Ross, Joanne Lyders ; make-up, Lisa Schulze ; music by George S. Clinton ; post production services, West Coast Films, Inc.
|aAnjelica Huston (Miss Emily Grierson), John Carradine (Colonel Sartoris), John Randolph (Mr. Grierson), Jared Martin (Homer Barron), Bert Williams (Doc Peabody), Perry Lang (Deputy Binford), Patrick Reynolds (Photographer), Frances Bay (Miss Wyatt), David Downing (Tobe), Brick Huston (Sheriff), Sally Kirkland (Gossip) Jim Murtaugh (Pharmacist), Aaron Norris (Boon), Rod Mays (Old man), Annabella Price (Gossip), Susan Moore (Gossip), Sarah Cunningham (Cousin I), Eda Reiss Merin (Cousin II) ; narrated by John Houseman.
|aMiss Emily Grierson was the fading aristocrat of a small Southern town. When she was young, her tyrannical father drove away all her suitors. Finally free after his death, Miss Emily quickly succumbed to the advances of a Yankee day laborer. Only years later does the town realize the chilling consequences of this ill-fated romance.