The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer

The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer

Director: Craig R. Baxley Cast: Lisa Brenner, Steven Brand, Kate Burton



Based on the book by Ridley Pearson, the made-for-TV thriller The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer comes to DVD from Lion's Gate. Presented with a full-frame transfer and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. English and Spanish subtitles are available. Closed captions are accessible. Recommended to fans of the ABC miniseries Rose Red, based on the book by Stephen King.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/14/2003
UPC: 0031398100522
Original Release: 2003
Rating: R
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:28:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Writer's commentary; English and Spanish subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lisa Brenner Ellen Rimbauer
Steven Brand John Rimbauer
Kate Burton Connie Posey
Tsidii Leloka Sukeena
Brad Greenquist Doug Posey
Deirdre Quinn Fanny Fauxmanteur
Tsai Chin Madame Liu
Jacob Pearce Guzman Adam Rimbauer
Courtney Taylor Burness April (age 7)
Eric Keenleyside Jack Finney
Ridley Pearson Head Butler
Secunda Smith Heartstopper

Technical Credits
Craig R. Baxley Director
Sonny Baskin Editor
Thomas H. Brodek Producer
Mark Carliner Executive Producer
Stephen King Executive Producer
Ridley Pearson Teleplay

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Life Never Stops [3:09]
2. Desperation [4:36]
3. Surprise [3:00]
4. Bound for Africa [3:27]
5. Unmentionable Disease [3:45]
6. Celebration [3:13]
7. Too Much Party [2:55]
8. Baptism [3:18]
9. With Child [3:08]
10. Shopping [3:52]
11. Private Discussion [3:09]
12. Not of This Earth [4:23]
13. Accept It [4:21]
14. Confrontation [3:51]
15. Gone Missing [4:11]
16. No Choice [5:05]
17. Unanswered Question [5:14]
18. Child's Play [3:51]
19. Certain Sacrifices [4:32]
20. Long Overdue [4:07]
21. Stalemate [2:56]
22. Deal Maker [3:29]
23. Catching Up [3:33]
24. End Credits [:58]

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The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JellybeanSM More than 1 year ago
Excellent DVD. If you like Stephen King's Rose Red this is the prequil to his book. Actually tells the story in more depth and detail whereas Rose Red brought you up to speed then proceeded into the present. I have both DVDs but enjoy this one especially. If you are a collector this is a gotta have on the shelf.
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