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Rebel Without a Cause (Bilingual) [Import]

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Product Details

  • Actors: James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo, Jim Backus, Ann Doran
  • Directors: Nicholas Ray
  • Writers: Nicholas Ray, Irving Shulman, Stewart Stern
  • Producers: David Weisbart
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Feb. 8 2011
  • Run Time: 111 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)

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Special Features

The documentary featurette Rediscovering a Rebel provides a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of this milestone film, including a look at the film's early scenes filmed in black and white, before it was decided to start from scratch and shoot the entire film in glorious color. It's here that we briefly see James Dean's character as originally conceived, sporting a brown blazer and wire-rimmed glasses, before it was decided that the "cooler" Jimmy would lose the spectacles and wear a stand-out jacket of fire-engine red. Also of interest are three segments of Warner Bros. Presents, a mid-'50s TV series hosted by Gig Young that showcased Warner productions in progress. Offering a glimpse of the old-school Hollywood promotion machine at its most efficient, these scripted segments are fascinating artifacts of their time. In addition to some interesting behind-the-scenes footage, Natalie Wood makes a charming off-screen ingenue, Jim Backus is a hammy joker, and James Dean (in costume for Giant) sulks in method-school cool while warning the youth of America to drive responsibly. Within weeks of filming that segment, Dean was killed when he lost control of his speeding Porsche Spyder. That supreme irony continues to resonate throughout this highly recommended DVD, proving that Rebel Without a Cause has lost none of its classic vitality. --Jeff Shannon

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By MSF on May 28 2004
Format: DVD
This film was first released in 1955 and stars James Dean, Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo. It was directed by Nicholas Ray and is probably one of the best, and most remembered movies from the 1950's.
"Rebel Without a Cause" begins in the local police station, where Jim (James Dean) has been arrested for drunkeness, Judy (Natalie Wood) has been picked up for walking around before dawn after a fight with her father, and the disturbed Plato (Sal Mineo) has been brought in for killing a puppy. Jim is new to the place (his parents are always moving) and finds it hard to fit in at school. He gets in a fight, which later leads him to have a chicken race with one of the gang bullies. Jim, Judy and Plato are brought back together again at the chicken race, but it ends in trouble. While Jim gets away unharmed, his opponent is killed when he gets caught in the car and goes flying straight off of the cliff. While being chased by the dead boy's friends, Jim, Judy, and Plato end up at a deserted mansion, to hide out, away from their parents and the trouble looking for them out on the streets. But still, it does not end nicely.
The film may seem dated to some people, but it still remains a brilliant movie to a lot of others.
Now for the DVD:
The film is presented in widescreen format and the print is brilliant. The sound is in 5.1 Dolby Digital. The extras include Trailers, behind-the-scenes documentary, and a few segments from TV Documentaries with Gig Young, including the 'Drive Safely' interview. Along with a few other little things aswell.
Overall, I think this is an excellent presentation for a great movie and I highly recommend this DVD.
PLEASE NOTE: Refers to Region 2 release, which appears to be the same as this Region 1 release, by the same company.
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Quite possibly the greatest movie of all "rebel without a cause" is regarded as one of the best movies ever made, like "cool hand luke" it has had a cultural impact, not
only as far as movie as concerned but society.
what made the movie such a hit was the fact that you had this giant rebel icon known as james dean, whom every young girl wanted to go out. an all star cast such as natalie wood, whose career would continue to skyrocket with such great films as "splendor in the grass". however, the film's storyline is what impacted viewers, much of which were young men and women who could relate to the main character. dean plays jim stark, born to a rich father , stark don't seem to fit in with anybody, his neighboorhood, his classmates, he movesto a new town where he must try to fit with society. he encounters on his first day judy (wood), a pretty girl whose around with the wrong crowd, a rebellious gang bent on no good. as jim gets lost finding his class he meets a kind young man named plato (sal mineo who also died young) who helps him find his way. however near the end of the afternoon jim has a confrontation with judy'sboyfriend named buzz (played by corey allen) what results is a fatal accident. however besides this stark must deal with his overbearing father who does not understand his own and thinks he can soothe him by buying him literally. it seems that stark cannot fit into anywhere in society, he is a rebel,an outsider looking in on a world, that doesn't quite understand him and it will be a battle for him to find his way and find meaning in his life.
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By K. Gittins on March 22 2004
Format: DVD
This is an example of a bad good film. Not a film so bad, such as "The Thing" or "Plan 9", that is still fun to watch, but a film held in such high regard as to fall short in nearly all categories.
Most of the "high school" kids were 19 or older (except Sal and Natalie), and James Dean was 24 - which strains credulity. Natalie's boyfriend drives off a cliff and is killed, yet she shows no emotion about it.
The movie did have a few truly good moments - "you're tearing me apart" is the classic scene, and "give me something, dad", but on the whole it was as forced and unreal as the studio "interviews" of cast members also on the DVD (with staged close ups of directors giving commands, etc).
James Dean's death seemed to launch him into some icon level, but I'm not sure his acting in the big three melodramas (RWAC is the middle film) warranted it.
It might have been big when it was released, but it seems overblown and dated today. It might be worth a watch, but I found it entertaining for the wrong reasons.
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What can be said about a film that is one of the most influential classics ever made? PLENTY!     "Rebel without a cause" is still a timeless masterpiece. Kids of today can still relate to it's basic premise,  of youth misunderstood.. .of wanting to belong..  The clothes,  hair,  and times may have changed,  but the story of 3 teens,  bonding as the world around them seems to cave-in,  is just as potent today as it was in 1955. James Dean delivers a knock-out performance,  as Jim Stark. It's his first day at a new high school. Only,  this time,  he wants to do things the right way: A troubled past,  his parents avoid problems by simply moving. On this day,  Jim truly wants things to be different for good. The night before wasn't great!. Arrested for public intoxication,  his parents,  perhaps the first glimpse of a "dysfunctional" family on screen,  hardly know how to handle the situation: Mom is overbearing,  self-centered and constantly ruling over anything his father has to say. His dad is a lilly-livered man with good intentions,  but Jim needs guidance. He begs for it,  in his rebellion. At the police station,  among the other teens in trouble,  is Judy (played by the gorgeous,  Natalie Wood). Judy has similar problems with her parents. Her father actually slapped her for kissing him on the cheek! All Judy wants is to feel loved.                              Also at the jail,  is John "Plato",  played to perfection by Sal Mineo (Nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actor).Read more ›
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