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1 videodisc (85 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Music, Dean Falcone ; editor, Gorman Bechard, Brianna Marcosano ; cinematography, Gorman Bechard.
DVD, region 0, NTSC; wide screen.
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Lyle Lovett, Henry Winkler, Rick Nielsen, Dave Portnoy.
Marinara sauce runs red through the streets of New Haven in this surprising, delectable documentary which profiles three pizza restaurants, Pepe, Sally's, and Modern, that together stand as the cornerstone of the town's Italian-American heritage and connoisseurs of the tastiest incarnations of America's favorite comfort food. This mouth-watering documentary will make viewers laugh and leave them hungry.
Bonus features: commentary from director Gorman Bechard, co-producers, Dean Falcone & Colin M. Caplan; Lyle Lovett on Pepe's Pizzeria; Michael Bolton on Wooster Street; Making pizza with Modern's Bill Pustari; Italian American culture in New Haven; Urban renewal in New Haven; Hy Katz explains the pizza boy song; There can be no favorites; Q&A with director Gorman Bechard, co-producers Dean Falcone & Colin M. Caplan on opening night in New Haven; the original opening; original trailers.
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