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  • Actors: Jayne Mansfield, Cameron Mitchell, Dodie Heath, Ivor Salter, Isa Miranda
  • Directors: Albert Zugsmith, Gustav Gavrin, Ray Nazarro, Richard E. Cunha
  • Writers: Michael Elkins, Robert Bloomfield, Robert Hill
  • Producers: Carl Szokoll
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Phase 4
  • Release Date: Feb. 28 2006
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000BT96OQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #61,256 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Dog Eat Dog

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For several years I've enjoyed the many films of blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe, especially her comedies. More recently, I've become interested in seeing what her competition from the 50's and 60's was up too! That would be Mamie Van Doren and Jayne Mansfield. I've always been a fan of "The Girl Can't Help It", so I was curious to finally see some of Jayne's other lesser known work.
Dog Eat Dog! turns out to be a great little, "cheezy" movie with campy acting and a storyline that's way "over the top".
This is a small budget film shot in Europe with a lot of twists and turns in the plot. I am especially impressed with the crisp, stunning black & white cinematography. Jayne Mansfield, Cameron Mitchell, and the rest of the cast are actually quite good in it. The story: a trio of thieves steal a million dollars in old US banknotes that are supposed to be sent back to America to be destroyed. I think that fans of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez might like this movie. Dog Eat Dog! looks like it would have been a fun little Drive-In picture to see back on a warm summer night in the 1960's. The film has a stylish European look to it.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa41b809c) out of 5 stars 17 reviews
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3f83ae0) out of 5 stars Agatha Christie meets Reservoir Dogs April 3 2006
By Manuel Pestalozzi - Published on
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This DVD contains a very crisp, virtually flawless copy of this pretty weird but visually beautiful black and white movie. The plot is inspired by Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians: People are holed up on an island in the Mediterranean and somebody is killing them off one by one. There is quite some gore and brutality. One character's face is covered with blood throughout the movie, although one would think he has plenty of occasions to wash it off. Jayne Mansfield's eye makeup starts running, too. What's more, she has a shiner (result of a fight with an other lady on a small fishing boat)! She basically plays a parody of herself and is quite effective in that role. Cinematography and set design are of high quality and make Dog eat Dog something like an offbeat arthouse movie. Did Quentin Tarantino ever watch it? The whole set up reminded me repeatedly of his Reservoir Dogs.

Interesting bonus material contains two short b&w newsreel items, one about Mansfield's visit to Budapest with then husband Micky Hargitay - apparently made by a Hungarian crew for Hungarian moviegoers (the visit was made en route to the set of Dog eat Dog in Yugoslavia). The second is a very short announcment of Mansfield's untimely death with stock footage showing her with the British Queen's sister, Princess Margaret (of all people). Echoes from the past ...
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3f83d2c) out of 5 stars A TOTAL JAYNE DELIGHT! CAMP! CAMP! CAMP! Feb. 12 2008
By Frank Ferruccio - Published on
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This movie is a howl from beginning to end! If your a Mansfield fan, you'll love it! Jayne looks fantastic with her overprocessed cotton candy bubble hairdo. She's Funny, sexy, and camp, all at the same time. As far as Jayne's later career b-movies, relying on Jayne's name to make it worth seeing, this IS THE ONE! BUY IT! You'll watch it more than once..... Guaranteed!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3f83cf0) out of 5 stars The pneumatic Jayne Mansfield runs amok in glorious idiocy June 29 2013
By James W. Harris - Published on
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This is a crazed mad surreal glorious mess. It's total chaos and non-stop action from start to finish.

The violence and nihilism of film noir crash head on into an over-the-top beyond-ludicrous plot that piles one jaw-dropping absurdity atop another.

Sadistic scumbags laugh gleefully as they murder and torture.

The pneumatic Jayne Mansfield runs amok as an utterly immoral nymphomaniac tramp, in a reducto-ad-absurdum blonde bombshell performance that calls to mind John Water's great star Divine.

Stare in disbelief as Jayne rolls around in a negligee on a bed full of thousand dollar bills, gets a nasty black eye in a catfight, complains about her dirty underwear, and constantly makes lurid and absurd cracks.

There's a whole bunch of other oddball and depraved characters, too, most of whom are constantly trying to kill each other.

The dialogue is completely deranged, sometimes stunningly so.

The film is often visually striking, with very attractive black and white photography. A great stinking piece of pure gutter trash, with some stand-out moments and lotsa laughs. Nice clean clear print, too!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3f86204) out of 5 stars THE VERY DEFINITION OF A CULT CLASSIC March 25 2014
By Casey62 - Published on
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As far as trashy, offbeat, unintentionally funny B-movies go, few can top DOG EAT DOG (1964) in overall bizzareness and manage to be as entertaining. Five stars isn't overrating it, trust me.

Jayne Mansfield heads a cast that includes Cameron Mitchell, Ivor Salter, Isa Miranda, Werner Peters, Aldo Camarida and Dody Heath in a fast-paced yarn about a $1 million cash heist and everyone's greed to possess it. As Jayne says, "I got a pash for the cash!"

Directed by Ray Nazarro (Asst. Director on 1936's REEFER MADNESS), Richard Cunha and Gustav Gavrin, and shot on location along the beautiful Adriatic and Mediterranean coastlines, and an island villa, DOG EAT DOG mixes intrigue and ripe performances in a way that maintains interest throughout. Often times the dubbed dialog is over the top - but that's to its credit - after all this is a CULT film, and we love cult films for their unabashed outrageousness. Mitchell's violently desperate search for the money is one of the film's highlights that has to be seen to be believed.

Darksky Films' DVD of DOG EAT DOG is of pristine quality; the lush, creamy black and white cinematography is a pleasure to indulge yourself in, as are the charms of Miss Mansfield - she's pretty hot in this. The film is formatted to its correct 1.85:1 aspect ratio and is letterboxed.

The extras include newsreel footage of Jayne Mansfield, a photo gallery and the theatrical trailer.

Jayne Mansfield and cult film aficionados will definitely want to pick this one up. Dog eat dog is right! Highly recommended.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3f864f8) out of 5 stars A MUST SEE MOVIE! Aug. 30 2008
By Christian Karlsson - Published on
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So cool! So different! Cameron Mitchell is superb, and so is Jane Mansfield in one of her best parts!
This is an inspiring thriller,well made, and far from mainstream movies of the past and present.
A must see original, with a strong script,and desperate

Christian Karlsson,Sweden