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Product Details

  • Actors: Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305736650
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,338 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Themis-Athena on Feb. 22 2004
Format: DVD
Aaaahhh ... Bogey. AFI's No. 1 film star of the 20th century. Hollywood's original noir anti-hero, epitome of the handsome, cynical and oh-so lonesome wolf (with his "Casablanca"'s Rick Blaine alone, one of the Top 5 guys on the AFI's list of greatest 20th century film heroes); looking unbeatably cool in white dinner jacket or trenchcoat and fedora alike, a glass of whiskey in his hand and a cigarette dangling from the corner of his mouth. Endowed with a legendary aura several times larger than his real life stature, and still admired by scores of women wishing they had been born 50+ years earlier, preferably somewhere in California and to parents connected with the movie business, so as to have at least a marginal chance of meeting him.
Triple-Oscar-winning "Casablanca," directed by Michael Curtiz, was and still is without question Bogart's greatest career-defining moment, the movie on which his legendary status is grounded more than on any other of his multiple other successes. The film's story is based on Murray Burnett and Joan Alison's play "Everybody Comes to Rick's," renamed by Warner Brothers in order to tag onto the success of the studio's 1938 hit "Algiers" (starring Charles Boyer and Hedy Lamarr). Building on the success of 1941's "The Maltese Falcon" and further expanding Bogart's increasingly complex on-screen personality, it added a romantic quality which had heretofore been missing; eventually making this the AFI's Top 20th century love story (even before the No.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Feb. 1 2005
Format: DVD
Why do so many people rank this film as one of their perennial favourites? There's hardly been another movie as smooth, witty, smart, or beautiful as Casablanca. Ingrid Bergman is just lovely in her first major movie - the camera smartly lingers on her at any opportunity. Bogart is as rough and as tender as the 1940s-era movie heroes come, and the sly Claude Rains steals every scene he's in. Even the soft, curling cigarette smoke seems to be an actor in the cast. Add to that many famously quotable lines, a stellar supporting cast, and the tragic background of lost love among the ruins of World War II, and you're in for a real treat.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bernie TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 22 2006
Format: DVD
1942 the Nazi occupation of France. Refugees must take a long and torturers rout Through Casa Blanca on their way to America; there "Everybody comes to Rick's." Rick's is a nightclub and a way station for a chance to get to America. Rick is played by Humphrey Bogart.

Here we also stay for a while to watch a drama unfold. There are overlapping stories. One of a young couple trying to get to America and the girl wondering if a girl should have to do something was wondering what would happen if her husband, "a boy in many ways", would find out? A second rate crook (Peter Lorre) obtains something of value at the expense of two German curriers. A Police Captain (Claude Rains) is shocked to find there is gambling going on at Rick's. Many other stories surround the main theme of a love triangle that started in Paris and now can mean so much to individuals or the effort for freedom.

Will the Nazi's win their prize?
Will Capt. Renault get the girl?
Will Rick get away with Ilsa?

This film has become quite a classic. There are many quotes and misquotes attributed to the film. You will find your self kibitzing. One memorable seen for all is the showdown where the Germans are singing "Watch on the Rhine" and Yvonne (Madeleine LeBeau) over powers them leading the "La Marseillaise."

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bernie TOP 50 REVIEWER on July 22 2006
Format: DVD
1942 the Nazi occupation of France. Refugees must take a long and torturers rout Through Casa Blanca on their way to America; there "Everybody comes to Rick's."

Here we also stay for a while to watch a drama unfold. There are overlapping stories. One of a young couple trying to get to America and the girl wondering if a girl should have to do something was wondering what would happen if her husband, "a boy in many ways", would find out? A second rate crook obtains something of value at the expense of two germane curriers. A Police Captain shocked to find there is gambling going on at Rick's. Many other stories surround the main theme of a love triangle that started in Paris and now can mean so much to individuals or the effort for freedom.

Will the Nazi's win their prize?

Will Capt. Renault get the girl?

Will Rick get away with Ilsa?

This film has become quite a classic. There are many quotes and misquotes attributed to the film. You will find your self kibitzing. One memorable seen for all is the showdown where the Germans are singing "Watch on the Rhine" and Yvonne (Madeleine LeBeau) over powers them leading the "La Marseillaise."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Reviewing for dummies on Dec 25 2007
Format: HD DVD
Two of the stars didn't want to be in the movie, and no one knew how the picture would end until they shot the final scene. Yet, out of the chaos came one of the most enduring films of all-time, Casablanca! At every step along the road to Casablanca, the picture's creators had to make choices that later meant the differences between triumph and failure. Initially, Ronald Reagan was announced as the lead, but Bogart saw the film as a great opportunity, and was very sure of himself...never worried -- and nobody at the time realized they were making one of the all-time great Hollywood films. And what a movie it is! Adventure, an exotic locale, a memorable song, a beautiful heroine, a masculine hero, and an evil villain. Casablanca has it all. It is no wonder why people watch this film again and again.
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