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Documentary: "You Must Remember This: A Tribute to Casablanca"
Featurette: "The Children Remembered"
"Carrotblanca" (1995 WB Cartoon)
Television Adaptation (1956) "Who Holds Tomorrow?"
Interviews: Bacall on Bogart
Introduction: Intro to Doc by Lauren Bacall
Other: Screen Guild Theater Radio Show
Scoring Stage Sessions and Outtakes
Production Notes: Production Research - 50 pages
A classic, one of the best films ever made.
There is something for everyone in this film, which makes it good- but if you know anything about the world at the time this movie was made, it's a truly great work.
In conclusion, this movie has it all: good background music, great dialogue, an interesting story, good acting, and interesting cinematography.
Watched the movie for a film class and it wasn't half bad. For a black and white film, there was enough romance and action to keep me interested!Published 1 day ago by Ana Marissa Rodriguez
Loved this movie. Haven't seen in a long time. Very good to see again and to remember that this is a film about refugees fleeing World War Two. Read morePublished 2 days ago by independent writer
Will not play on any of my three DVD players, I have two "normal" units and one Blue Ray, I think I ordered the wrong version. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Carlos Mesegue
Endlessly captivating. The chemistry between Rick and Ilsa is inmortal. Claude Reinz, at his best!Published 4 days ago by Marissa Perez
This 1942 romantic anti-Nazi film stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Bogart is torn between love and virtue, and the film contains numerous famous lines (eg. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Loyd E. Eskildson
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|Surprise! I'm still learning from Casablanca||
Casablanca was not filmed in widescreen. Until 1953's The Robe, although widescreen processes existed, it was very rarely used. But all video and DVD releases feature Casablanca in its intended theatrical aspect ratio.
Mar 10, 2007 by takemehome | See all 8 posts
I just got the single Blu-ray disc, and although the picture is pristine, it seems to have some lip-syncing problems. I also own the "two-disc special edition" and although the picture is a hair softer, there is less of a lip-sync issue. If you don't own the movie, I'd recommend... Read More
Nov 12, 2009 by Steve Perlowski | See all 9 posts
|Colorized Version of CASABLANCA Video or DVD||
They chose to shoot this movie in black and white. Gone with the Wind was released a few years before this movie, so the process was available.
But let's assume that they would have shot this movie in color if they'd had the budget. The thing is, they didn't, so they not only shot it in black... Read More
Sep 8, 2009 by Craig S. Thom | See all 97 posts
Jan 21, 2010 by Donna Carriker | See all 4 posts
|Is this version of the movie widescreen, or...?||
I doubt it. The film wasn't shot in widescreen.
Aug 27, 2008 by Chuck Lavazzi | See all 16 posts
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