Cimarron comes to disc 74 years later
As Oscar buzz pops up each year, studios begin releasing Oscar favorites of years gone by. Unfortunatley the films of the early Oscar races get ignored (and the non-Oscar contenders, are all but non-existant). But this year the 1931 Best Picture winner Cimarron will come to DVD for the first time from Warner Home Entertainment.
Yancey Cravat felt the call of the frontier and left his Wichita home to experience the untamed west. But as the 20th Century marched forward, he found the west became increasingly tamed by civilization, and the desire for the unexplored became harder to satiate.
The DVD will come with the 1931 short The Devil’s Cabaret and a Warner Cartoon Red Headed Baby. The disc arrives on January 31st.