Leopold Stokowski appears in the following movies and commercially available videos:

The Big Broadcast of 1937

USA 1936
with Jack Benny, George Burns, Benny Goodman, Larry Adler, Martha Raye and Ray Milland


One Hundred Men and a Girl

USA 1937
with Deanna Durbin, Adolphe Menjou, Alice Brady, Eugene Pallette, Mischa Auer, Billy Gilbert and Alma Kruger
directed by Henry Koster

Published on Universal UJSD-35356 (DVD, Region 2, NTSC, Japan only).




USA 1940
with The Philadelphia Orchestra and Micky Mouse
directed by Walt Disney

Published on VHS cassette 1132 from Buena Vista Home Video - and as a luxury edition, including an additional video "The Making of Fantasia" plus soundtrack on two CDs. Now also available on DVD Buena Vista Z7 2113275 and Z1 D888085, luxury edition (including "Fantasia 2000") Z1 D D 888113 . Soundtrack published separately, see Discography for details.

Carnegie Hall

USA 1947
with Walter Damrosch, Jascha Heifetz, Harry James, Vaughn Monroe, Jan Peerce, Gregor Piatigorsky, Ezio Pinza, Lily Pons, Fritz Reiner, Artur Rodzinski, Artur Rubinstein, Risė Stevens and Bruno Walter
directed by Edgar G. Ulmer

Available on VHS cassette BCS-0791 (PAL and NTSC) from Bel Canto Society and DVD K 199 from Kino Video.

TV Concert with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Recorded 03/01/62
Bach/Stokowski: Toccata & Fugue in d minor
Brahms: Haydn Variations
Rimski-Korsakov: Capriccio espagnol

Published on VHS cassette (NTSC and PAL) VAI 69603 and on DVD (NTSC) Denon COBO-4061 (Japan only)


There is also an interesting section about Stokowski in the BBC/IMG Artists Production The Art of Conducting, available as VHS Hi-fi cassette 4509-95038-3  and DVD 0927 42667 2 from Teldec.