"ONE OF THE MOVIE-GOING DELIGHTS OF THE YEAR is now on DVD . . . People are calling this the year of the documentary; if so, THE ONE THAT MAY BEAT ALL THE OTHERS FOR FLAT OUT ENTERTAINMENT VALUE is Rick McKay’s 'Broadway: The Golden Age.' Unlike PBS’ recent Broadway series, this film is much more personal, less a history of the great white way than a series of impressions and memories shared by more than one hundred stars, composers, playwrights, and directors, from Angela Lansbury and Carol Channing to Stephen Sondheim.  Interspersed with rare and precious film clips, the cumulative effect is EXHILARATING AND DEEPLY MOVING to anyone who cares about the theater. I LOVE THIS FILM, and the DVD offers additional footage, plus a 35-minute preview of McKay’s next documentary Broadway: The Next Generation.   It’s now available from RCA Victor/BMG, and it would also make A GREAT GIFT FOR ANYONE WHO LOVES BROADWAY SHOWS.”  LEONARD MALTIN: ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT