[Golden Valley, Minn.] : Mill Creek Entertainment, 2012.
Last time I saw Paris: based on the story "Babylon revisited" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Last time I saw Paris was originally released as a motion picture in 1954. Dragnet was originally broadcast on television in 1952.
Bonus features: interactive timeline ; a complete feature film "The last time I saw Paris" (1954) starring Elizabeth Taylor ; a complete TV episode "Dragnet" ; seven classic 1950s TV commercials ; five signature movie trailers that were released in the 1950s.
Last time I saw Paris: Metro Goldwyn Mayer ; screen play by Julius J. & Philip G. Epstein and Richard Brooks ; produced by Jack Cummings ; directed by Richard Brooks ; music, Conrad Salinger; song: "The last time I saw Paris", music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Dragnet: episode directed by Jack Webb.
Last time I saw Paris: Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Donna Reed, Eva Gabor. Dragnet: Jack Webb, Herbert Ellis, William Johnstone.
If you were born in the 50s your parents spurred the biggest story of the 20th century, the rise of the middle class, and millions of Americans left the cities for the suburbs to own a home of their own, a building boom was on. This was the decade where people built Bomb Shelters, if you were born in the early fifties you are a baby Boomer, the most influential and powerful group of Americans ever born.
Last time I saw Paris: Tragedy strikes an American WWII veteran with literary ambitions who falls in love in Paris. Dragnet: Detectives Friday and Smith search for a missing boy who had been given a .22 rifle for Christmas.
Not MPAA rated. Rating: TVG.
DVD, NTSC, all regions.