Director: Ivan Passer Cast: Jeff Corey, Peter O'Toole, John Dehner

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Ivan Passer directs Peter O'Toole in Creator, which comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a trailer. This is a by-the-numbers release from Trimark.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/27/1999
UPC: 0031398703839
Original Release: 1985
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Sound: [stereo]
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 11,544

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeff Corey Dean Harrington
Peter O'Toole Dr. Harry Wolper
John Dehner Paul
Mariel Hemingway Meli
Ellen Geer Mrs. Spencer
Vincent Spano Boris
Virginia Madsen Barbara Spencer
Rance Howard Mr. Spencer
David Ogden Stiers Sid Kuhlenbeck
Lee Kessler Mrs. Pruitt
Karen Kopins Lucy Wolper
Elsa Raven Mrs. Mallory
Kenneth Tigar Pavlo
Ian Wolfe Prof. Brauer
Mike Jolly Boom-Boom
Burton Collins Lyman
Judith Hansen Karen
Doug Cox Arthur
Anthony Peck Norman
Crawford Binion Fred
Byrne Piven Krauss
Vincent Cobb Hamberg
Gary Bayer Bovi
Jordan Charney Dr. Whitaker
William H. Bassett Dr. Sutter
Sandy Ignon Dr. Franklin
Michael McGrady Larry
Eve McVeagh Woman with Monkey
Al Fann Guard
Michael Greene Guard

Technical Credits
Ivan Passer Director
Richard Chew Editor
Burt Dalton Special Effects
Thomas Dawson Costumes/Costume Designer
Stephen Friedman Producer
Robbie Greenberg Cinematographer
Silvester Levay Score Composer
Jeremy Leven Screenwriter
Charles B. Mulvehill Producer
Dorothy Pearl Makeup
Thomas Roysden Set Decoration/Design
Josan F. Russo Production Designer
Julie Weiss Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Index
1. Fresh New Kid [6:17]
2. The Big Picture [4:28]
3. God And The Cosmos [6:07]
4. Meaning [6:21]
5. Love Is Dead [3:13]
6. Little Pictures [2:29]
7. Egg [5:47]
8. Roomates [3:54]
9. Beethoven [2:57]
10. Shy [1:55]
11. Faculty Frolic [7:00]
12. Less Yourself [1:41]
13. Overhead [4:04]
14. Middle Class [3:20]
15. Love [2:41]
16. Dentures [2:06]
17. Little Human [1:40]
18. Morning Sickness [1:35]
19. Football [3:37]
20. Repossess [5:36]
21. Just Under $800,000 [3:16]
22. Hospital [3:09]
23. Life Support [3:06]
24. Coma [4:11]
25. Cells [1:33]
26. Blind Belief [4:57]
27. Back To The Sea [3:07]
28. Excellant Sign [3:13]
29. Fertile Antique [:30]
30. End Credits [3:13]

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Creator 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best movies made, gentle and fun. Deep and light, and showing some of the games that are played when academia goes for grant monies. This movie also shows great personal relationships, made the more real by the performances. This movie gave me hope for love, redemption, and finding someone (although it took me 55 years I finally did). I have been in labs and academia for over two decades and found the personalities to be credible then and now. I highly recommend this movie for all, and I do not usually do so. See this and enjoy a time well spent.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is easily my all-time favorite movie. It's got everything: comedy, drama, science fiction, romance, religion. You will laugh, you will cry, you will think, you will define love in a whole new way. Listen for Dr. Wolper's ''love formula''. It's a winner!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When ''It's A Wonderful Life'' was first released in theatres, it was a critical and box office failure. It took nearly 35 years for it to gain the audience and acclaim that it now has. Perhaps the times were not right. Perhaps it needed to age....nonetheless, ''It's A Wonderful Life'' is now considered an American classic. ''Creator'' also failed at the box office and critics consider it light weight and certainly not a classic. Watch this film, remembering it was released in 1985. Its humor, insights and poignant storylines will capture you and will prove once again that critics are often very, very wrong. The writing is excellent, the acting is flawless and the insights and messages beautiful. In an age of cynicism, ''Creator'' re-ignites the feelings of hope, love, and the power of belief over science.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It can make you believe in LOVE again...enough said.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Creator' suffered from lack of studio support when it was released and, as such, its box office was not what it deserved. This is classic Peter O'Toole, but more than that 'Creator' does an elegant job of capturing the brief singularity and value of each life, regardless of the particular DNA¿ BIG Kudos to Jerey Leven, 'Creator's' creator, who came up with a simple phrase (made all the more powerful by the circumstances in which they were used) and to Peter O'Toole (for burning it into my mind so effectively with his manner of delivery that bespoke of his heartbreak for his departed wife, Lucy). What is the phrase? Four words he offers to 'Boris' giving him hope of breaking through the darkness of Barbara's coma. Jeeze, some 15 years later, just thinking of that scene brings tears to my eyes. Simply a masterful use of words to convey emotions that seek answers while ofering support and the promise of hope. I think one of the reasons the movie came off so well (in addition, of course, to a brilliant performance by the cast) was that the script was written by the 'creator' of the novel... so it stayed as true to the story as any adaptation can. This movie deserved a far bigger audience than it had in 1985. Its message is just as meaningful today. Rent or buy it, and see it with someone special!