Casablanca film Product Information
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|Starring||Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Marcel Dalio, Peter Lorre, Claude Rains, Leonid Kinskey, Sydney Greenstreet, Alberto Morin, John Qualen, Ludwig Stossel, Creighton Hale, Norma Varden, Monte Blue, Paul Henreid, Frank Puglia, Curt Bois, Dan Seymour, Leon Belasco, Helmut Dantine, Martin Garralaga, George Meeker, S.Z. Sakall, Conrad Veidt, Dooley Wilson|
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Casablanca movie was released May 15, 2005 by the Warner Home Video studio. This 103 minute feature film is a DVD starring Humphrey Bog art and Ingrid Bergman.
Casablanca review Product Description
World War II Morocco springs to life in Michael Curtiz's (THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, YANKEE DOODLE DANDY) classic love story Casablanca DVD for sale. Colorful characters abound in Casablanca, a waiting room for Europeans trying to escape Hitler's war-torn Europe. Casablanca movie Humphrey Bogart plays Richard "Rick" Blaine, a cynical but good-hearted American whose café is the gathering place for everyone from the French Police to the black market to the Nazis. ...See Full Description
Casablanca movie Customer Reviews
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||A MUST have!|
Any real movie buff must have this in collection.
By Cmilkmarch (San Diego, Ca)
||One of the best ever|
Perhaps we should have a contest to find that person who has watched this great movie more times than any other person.
By jacq (Kansas City, MO, EUA)
||Great must-see flick|
If youve never seen this classic, now is the time. I put it off for too long and am so glad I finally made the purchase to see this American classic.
By a reviewer (Newark, DE)
||excellent handling of an all time classic|
Casablanca video According to Lauren Bacall, this movie is considered by many, to be the second best movie of all time. Casablanca film Although she doesn't say so, I'm sure Citizen Kane is in the number one slot. Casablanca review Considering the status placed on this film you would expect a certain amount of respect in the releasing of this movie. I felt that this release does not disappoint. It includes many behind the scenes interviews and shots that have become common on DVD releases. What makes this special, is that you don't generally get this kind of background on a film that is over 60 years old. While many of the sound tracks for the extras were lost many years ago, it is fascinating to see what has been saved after all this time. It also is an insight into the acting craft and how it was viewed at that time in watching the outtakes. All time great movie and an excellent DVD release.
By a reviewer (Los Angeles, Ca. U.S.A.)
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||More enjoyable than ever.|
I saw Casablanca a few times as a child on a small tv screen and it was so enjoyable. Today, on my large flat screen it is so much more enjoyable with crisp audio and sharp images. If you love Classic movies you need to have this one. The service from CD Universe was,as usual, excellent for me.
By v32er (Belize)
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Casablanca video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1263797|
|Studio||Warner Home Video|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||May 15, 2005|
|Running Time||102 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound|
Casablanca DVD Features
Single Side - Dual Layer
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital Mono 2.0 - English
Dolby Digital Mono 2.0 - French
Additional Release Material:
Alternate Scenes: Deleted Scenes/Outtakes
Introduction: Lauren Bacall
Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer
Documentary: YOU MUST REMEMBER THUS
Affair to Remember
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|Best Adapted Screenplay, Academy Awards, 1943 - Howard Koch|
|Best Adapted Screenplay, Academy Awards, 1943 - Julius J. Epstein|
|Best Director, Academy Awards, 1943 - Michael Curtiz|
|Best Picture, Academy Awards, 1943|
|Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, Academy Awards, 1942 - Hal B. Wallis||