Change of Habit

Change of Habit

Director: William A. Graham Cast: Elvis Presley, Mary Tyler Moore, Barbara McNair

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The king of rock & roll, Elvis Presley, sings his heart out to Mary Tyler Moore in the romantic comedy Change of Habit. Universal's work on this 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer is very nice with solid black levels and rich, deep colors showing up vibrantly. Although there are a few cases of edge enhancement in the image, overall, this is a great picture which should please fans. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono in English and isn't anything to croon home about. While there's a lack of any directional effects in mix, overall the music, dialogue, and effects are free and clear of any distortion or hiss. Also included on this disc are English, French, and Spanish subtitles. The extra features on this DVD aren't going to thrill anyone looking for a good time -- the small amount of supplements include a trailer for the film, some recommendations by Universal for other DVDs, some production notes, and cast and filmmaker bios.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/30/2002
UPC: 0025192211829
Original Release: 1969
Rating: G
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Mono]
Time: 1:33:00
Sales rank: 13,929

Special Features

Closed Caption; Trailer; Recommendations; Production notes; Cast & filmmaker bios

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elvis Presley Dr. John Carpenter
Mary Tyler Moore Sister Michelle
Barbara McNair Sister Irene
Jane Elliot Sister Barbara
Leora Dana Mother Joseph
Ed Asner Lt. Moretti
Robert Emhardt The Banker
Regis Toomey Father Gibbons
Doro Merande Rose
Richard Carlson Bishop Finley
Nefti Millet Julio Hernandez
Laura Figueroa Desiree
Lorena Kirk Amanda Parker
Virginia Vincent Miss Parker
David Renard Colom
Ji-Tu Cumbuka Hawk
William Elliott Robbie
Linda Garay Expectant Mother
Rodolfo Hoyos Mr. Hernandez
Lilith Miles 1st Stiletto Deb
Caitlin Wyles 2nd Stiletto Deb
Ruth McDevitt Lily

Technical Credits
William A. Graham Director
Alexander Golitzen Art Director
Eric Bercovici Screenwriter
Phil Bowles Asst. Director
Helen Colvig Costumes/Costume Designer
Joe Connelly Producer
Billy Goldenberg Score Composer
John Joseph Original Story,Screenwriter
Buddy Kaye Score Composer
James Lee Screenwriter
John McCarthy Set Decoration/Design
Russell Metty Cinematographer
Richard Morris Original Story,Screenwriter
Ronald Pierce Sound/Sound Designer
S.S.(Paddy) Schweitzer Screenwriter
Douglas Stewart Editor
Waldon O. Watson Sound/Sound Designer
Ben Weisman Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Beyond the Walls [1:17]
2. Change of Habit [2:33]
3. Rubberneckin' [3:54]
4. The Doctor [4:06]
5. The Neighborhood [10:03]
6. The Furniture [3:03]
7. Seeing Patients [9:55]
8. Dinner [6:27]
9. Anger Management [7:13]
10. The Banker [5:50]
11. Have a Happy [3:39]
12. Getting Involved [4:55]
13. Back in the Habit [8:56]
14. The Fiesta [8:22]
15. Sister Barbara [1:34]
16. Julio Attacks [7:16]
17. Let Us Pray [2:23]
18. End Titles [:50]

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Change of Habit 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
tennisbabe38 More than 1 year ago
If you like chick flicks this is a good one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having had a similar struggles as Mary Tyler Moore's character, to include dealing with changes in the Church at that time, I can say that this movie has a very realistic air to it. In my opinion this movie was very well cast and well acted.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is spectacular. Elvis Aron Presley is pure beauty in this movie. He is so easy on the eyes in this flick. The man is pure beautiful anyway.
Guest More than 1 year ago
How can you NOT love a movie that forces Mary Tyler Moore to choose between ''The King'' and ''The King of Kings''? Now, I will admit this may not be the tour de force of Elvis' film career, but it does have some pricless moments (eg, Dr. Elvis and Sister MTM ''healing'' the autistic girl... hilarious!)