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High Sierra

(DVD - 2006)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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A gangster's hard-boiled persona finds itself at war with his compassionate side, a side that will ultimately be his downfall.
Title: High Sierra
[videorecording]
Publisher: [S.l.] : Turner Entertainment ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2006]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 101 min.) :,sd., b&w ;,4 3/4 in.
Notes: From a novel by W.R. Burnett.
DVD release of the 1941 motion picture.
Special features: new featurette "Curtains for Roy Earle: the story of 'High Sierra'"; theatrical trailer.
Summary: A gangster's hard-boiled persona finds itself at war with his compassionate side, a side that will ultimately be his downfall.
Audience: Not rated.
Local Note: 1 53 118 262
Additional Contributors: Walsh, Raoul 1887-1980.
Lupino, Ida 1918-1995.
Bogart, Humphrey 1899-1957.
Curtis, Alan 1909-1953.
Huston, John 1906-1987.
Burnett, W. R. (William Riley), 1899-1982.
Warner Bros. (1923-1967)
Warner Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 9781419841439
1419841432
Statement of Responsibility: Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. presents a Warner-Bros.-First National picture ; Jack L. Warner in charge of production ; screenplay by John Huston and W.R. Burnett ; directed by Raoul Walsh
Credits: Director of photography, Tony Gaudio ; editor, Jack Killifer ; music, Adolph Deutsch.
Performers: Ida Lupino, Humphrey Bogart, Alan Curtis, Arthur Kennedy, Joan Leslie, Henry Hull, Henry Travers.
System Details: DVD ; Region 1 ; full screen (1.33:1) presentation ; Dolby Digital mono., dual layer.
Other Language: In English, with English, French or Spanish subtitles.
Closed-captioned.
Subject Headings: Gangsters Drama. Robbery Drama. Nineteen forties Drama. Burnett, W. R. (William Riley), 1899-1982 Film and video adaptations.
Genre/Form: Feature films-2006.
Gangster films-2006.
Film adaptations-2006.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired-2006.
DVD-Video discs-2006.
Topical Term: Gangsters
Robbery
Nineteen forties
Publisher No: 79468
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Jun 25, 2014
  • Isley rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Walsh had created one of the definitive 30’s gangster movies a few years earlier with The Roaring Twenties, and here he creates one of the first true “doomed gangster” (in the existentially nihilistic sense) films. Bogart is fantastic, Walsh’s direction is as crisp as ever, and all around this is one of the classics of the gangster genre.

Dec 17, 2012
  • Monolith rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Fantastic film-noir from Raoul Walsh, adapted from renowned gangster novelist W.R. Burnett's yarn, and embellished by John Huston. Agreed that this is one of Bogart's best, as the hard-boiled ex-con 'Mad Dog' Earle, softened by an ungrateful farmer's daughter. Including the loveable Henry Travers (who I can never see as anybody other than Frank Capra's "Clarence"). That little mutt "Pard" WAS bad luck. Awesome flick. FIVE STARS.

Feb 21, 2012
  • voisjoe1 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

One of the best Humphrey Bogart movies. Sympathetic story of an old-time criminal with a heart and a broken-heart. Ida Lapino, Arthur Kennedy, Barton MacLane and Henry Hull are great in their supporting roles. Not to be missed.

One of Humphrey Bogart's best. He plays a hardened gangster, "Roy Earl" in typical "Bogie" style. He doesn't feel sorry for his crimes, he doesn't flinch at killing, and only occasionally shows signs of conscience. Love? I'll leave that aspect for the viewer to discover. Sure, he'll 'get out of this racket'---after he collects his last cut. But justice is hot on his tail, and Roy has strings tied to him that will ultimately trip him.

This movie excellently portrays a criminal, hardened gangster as three-dimensional. Earl shows character and guts in a way that endears him to you.

Recommend!

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Dec 17, 2012
  • Monolith rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Marie Garson (getting ready to leave on the bus): "...I'm awful sorry for the way I've acted." Roy Earle: "You got nothin' to be sorry about!" Marie Garson: "Yes I have. Naggin' at cha and flyin' off the handle. I wish I hadn't. Ohhh..." (weeps) Roy Earle (smiling): "Aww, I like it! I mean, that's the way married people oughta act! Listen, my Ma and Pa fought like cats and dogs goin' on forty years. I wouldn't give ya two cents for a dame without a temper!"

Look at big shot Earl, just lyin' there.

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