Latest "Archive Presents" Release: What Make Sammy Run
KOCH VISION AND THE ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES FOUNDATION PROUDLY PRESENT THE HISTORIC DVD RELEASE OF ONE OF TELEVISION’S “LOST” CLASSICS: BUDD SCHULBERG’S "WHAT MAKES SAMMY RUN?"
Fifty years after its initial television broadcast on NBC’s “Sunday Showcase,” KOCH Vision and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation proudly present the historic DVD debut of Budd Schulberg’s scathing Hollywood drama WHAT MAKES SAMMY RUN? – directed by Academy Award®-winner Delbert Mann (Marty). This rags-to-riches story of a hustler navigating the “dog eat dog” world of 1930s Hollywood is the latest release under the The Archive of American Television Presents banner, a new partnership with the collaborative mission to present culturally and historically significant productions from the Golden Age of Television on DVD. Starring Tony award-winning actor Larry Blyden (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum) as the infamous “Sammy Glick” and supplemented by newly-recorded audio commentary with co-stars Barbara Rush and Dina Merrill as well as an exclusive interview with author and screenwriter Budd Schulberg, WHAT MAKES SAMMY RUN? arrives in stores for the first time ever on February 10 - you can buy it direct here.
About “The Archive of American Television Presents”
“The Archive of American Television Presents” is a partnership between KOCH Entertainment and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation. The collaborative mission is to present culturally and historically significant productions from the Golden Age of Television on DVD, restored and re-mastered from the best-quality sources. The Television Academy Foundation and its Archive of American Television does not own or represent any of the programs being released under this partnership.