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Home Alone is the highly successful and beloved family comedy about a young boy named Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) who is accidentally left behind when his family takes off for a vacation in France over the holiday season. Once he realizes they've left him "home alone," he learns to fend for himself and, eventually has to protect his house against two bumbling burglars (Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern) who are planning to rob every house in Kevin's suburban Chicago neighborhood. Though the film's slapstick ending may be somewhat violent, Culkin's charming presence helped the film become one of the most successful ever at the time of its release. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
Disc #1 -- From John Hughes: Home Alone - Family Fun Edition
English 5.1 Dolby Surround
Spanish Dolby Surround
English Dolby Surround
French Dolby Surround
"I'm Living Alone!"
Old Man Marley
"Everyone in This Family Hates Me."
Head Counts Don't Always Count
"I Made My Family Disappear!"
"What Kind of Mother Am I?"
"I'm the Man of the House!"
I Took a Shower...
Encounter With the Enemy
The Man of the House Goes Shopping
Everything's Full; Help From a Polka King
A Message to Santa / Somewhere in My Memory
The Real Old Man Marley
"This is My House - I Have to Defend It!"
"Merry Christmas, Little Fella!"
"Do You Do Training?"; Too Hot to Handle
"Come and Get Me!"
The Slide For Life
Outsmarted...And a Welcome Guest
Another Special Reunion
End Titles / Somewhere in My Memory Reprise
Feature Audio Commentary With Director Chris Columbus and Macaulay Culkin
Mac Cam: Behind the Scenes With Macaulay Culkin
1990 Press Featurette
How to Burglar-Proof Your Home; The Stunts of Home Alone
The Making of Home Alone
Home Alone Around the World
Where's Buzz Now?
Angels With Filthy Souls
Deleted Scenes / Alternate Takes
The Silent Treatment
Feature audio commentary by director Chris Columbus and star Macaulay Culkin
Fun featurettes: The Making of Home Alone, How to Burglar-Proof Your Home: The Stunts of Home Alone, Home Alone Around the World, Where's Buzz Now?, Mac Cam: Behind the Scenes with Macaulay Culkin, Angels with Filthy Souls and 1990 press featurette
15 Exclusive deleted scenes or alternate takes
Hilarious gag reel
Set-top games: Battle Plan, Trivia Quiz, and Head Count - And more!
Art Director - Dan Webster
Associate Producer - Mark A. Radcliffe
Cinematographer - Julio Macat
Composer (Music Score) - John Williams
Costume Designer - Jay Hurley
Costume/Wardrobe - Lynn Bernay
Executive Producer - Tarquin Gotch
Executive Producer - Mark Levinson
Executive Producer - Scott Rosenfelt
Makeup - Kenny Myers
Makeup - Kimberly Phillips
Musical Arrangement - Angela Morley
Production Designer - John Muto
Set Decorator - Eve Cauley
Sound/Sound Designer - James R. Alexander
Special Effects - Bill Purcell
Stunts - Fred Hice
After shifting from his 1980s teen cycle to general family dysfunction in "Uncle Buck" (1989), writer/producer John Hughes unexpectedly hit the blockbuster jackpot with the family comedy Home Alone (1990). Placing precocious "Uncle Buck" supporting player Macaulay Culkin center stage, the Chris Columbus-directed portrayal of a clever eight-year-old accidentally left behind by his vacationing family swiftly moves from the expected forays into ice cream gorging and late-night TV to an extended, Rube Goldbergian defense of his well-appointed suburban home from a couple of dim-witted burglars. With Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern executing some overly painful slapstick as the thwarted criminals, a number of critics objected to scenes of "cartoonish" violence that were a bit too intense, but Culkin's easy, wide-eyed charm won over audiences. The unheralded, inexpensive Christmas-season release went on to become a sleeper hit and one of the highest-grossing comedies of all time, turning Culkin into the top child star of the early '90s. Culkin also starred in the highly popular sequel "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" (1992), but by the time the franchise got around to "Home Alone 3" (1997), the thrill -- and Culkin -- was gone. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi
MacAulay Culkin : Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy - Hollywood Foreign Press Association, 1990
John Williams : Best Score - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sc, 1990