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  • Actors: Stewart Granger, Grace Kelly, Paul Douglas, John Ericson, Murvyn Vye
  • Directors: Andrew Marton
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ALLIED
  • DVD Release Date: May 28, 2010
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003NNE502
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #147,474 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Green Fire" on IMDb

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Go into a mountain poor, come out rich. Rian Mitchell has spent years chasing a fortune and now in the Andes, he may have found a fabled emerald mine of the Conquistadors. He may also have found something more precious: the love of coffee plantation owner Catherine Knowland - if his greed doesn't drive her from him. Stewart Granger and Grace Kelly headline a tale of heroics and romance filmed in awesome widescreen CinemaScope in scenic locales of Colombia. Andrew Marton, who co-directed Granger's King Solomon's Mines and most famously helmed (along with Yakima Canutt) the chariot race in Ben-Hur, brings his knowing hand to the film's action. Floods, gunfights, a cave-in, a mountain avalanche - adventure burns with a Green Fire.

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Christian Karlsson on July 8, 2010
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This dvd is produced in the best possible quality in 16:9,and the restored film looks fantastic with its sparkling colors! The cover looks wonderful too. Thankyou W.Bros for stylish artwork on the covers, when releasing classic movies! (This isnt always the case with other companys as you all know..)
"Green Fire" is not known as an ultimate classic, or a very great movie, but it is an expensive and entertaing hollywood adventure movie,in color, with a great cast. Its well made and a feast for your eyes, as theese color/scope productions all are..and there is Stewart Granger and Grace Kelly! Recommended!
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By M. Ferrer on November 18, 2004
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Probably this is one of those films that would never be considered as a masterwork. But it is one of those films you always watch. Because it is pure entertaning. You have exotic locations, a hero, a heroine, the villian...

Again another technicolor adventure this time in Colombia. The perfect excuse to create a "typical" hacienda in the Hollywood way but with the usual good taste of that genious who was Ceddric Gibbons and see Miss Kelly wearing those outfits by Helen Rose

The great star here is, evidently Stewart Granger, playing a not , particularly nice hero. Let's face it if someone can play a hero who is not perfect is he. The problem is that Miss Kelly seems lost in the film. I mean, she is beautiful as always but her manners are sometimes annoying. She lacks the energy that Deborah Kerr would have given to the character.

This is another example of craftsmanship of studios in the 50's. It is a film for pure enjoyment.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Simon Davis on November 28, 2005
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In her brief but extremely successful film career spanning only six years Grace Kelly managed to fit in many great performances in such memorable efforts as "Mogambo", "Dial M For Murder", "Rear Window", "The Country Girl" and "High Society ". "Green Fire", co starring Stewart Granger was one of the few films she actually made at her home studio of MGM which in theory should have been the studio most suited to displaying her obvious talents to best advantage. MGM however seemed content to simply loan her out to other studios eager to hire the cool and sophisticated Miss Kelly for their major productions. This MGM effort "Green Fire", is certainly one of Grace Kelly's lesser efforts that was dismissed by the critics at the time of its release in 1954 despite it's box office success and is a film largely forgotten today when people think of the film work of Grace Kelly. However with the shades of "King Solomon's Mines", and "Elephant Walk", in its storyline and the splendid location photography resulting from a totally miserable location shoot in Colombia, the film has a lot of merits as a romantic action adventure. "Green Fire", while no masterpiece is an enjoyable mid fifties effort and it is interesting to see Grace Kelly in a very different type of role and location than one is used to seeing her in.

As "Green Fire", opens we find rugged mining engineer Rian Mitchell (Stewart Granger), discovering a lost emerald mine in the highlands of Colombia which had last been operated by the Spanish conquistadors. Rian is a man consumed by the quest for wealth however he has to contend with local bandits and a savage leopard which injury him and stop him from going any further with his mining plans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Maine rose on December 28, 2012
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Love Stuart Granger. i don't believe he ever made a bad movie. Grace Kelley wasx unusaully strong in this, she is quite good. Interesting story line as well. Enjoyed it
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Louise Kolbeinsen on November 3, 2002
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I have seen all of Grace Kelly's movies, and this one stands out as by far the least appealing.
Grace's talents are wasted in the silly movie. Grace plays a lonely coffee plantation owner who meets Stewart Granger, a thoroughly awful cad, and we are supposed to believe that the two fall in love, even though there is zero chemistry between them.
Ms Kelly herself has stated publically her great dislike of this film, and I for one agree with her.
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By O on October 15, 2010
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When I ordered this DVD I was expecting a fine performance by Grace Kelly in a relatively weak film. So when I pushed play I was ready for a bomb with a sweet touch of Grace and suddenly I found myself enjoying everything about it. All the actors were good, the story was simple but engaging, and the action sequences by 1954 standards were spectacular. After The End popped up on the screen I found myself rather satisfied with this hard-to-find pricey purchase. If you're a fan of Grace Kelly or King Solomon's Mines, you will enjoy this. Hurry and order before it goes out of print! You know it will in a couple of years at most... Then you'll have to pay twice as much for it used.
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I thought this was a good adventure movie. Stuart Granger does very well and his role reminds me of King Solomon's Mine, where he also performed admirably. Many people seem put off that Grace Kelly didn't shine in it, but it's clearly Granger's movie. Paul Douglas does a good job of playing himself. The scenery was great and the story was realistic. I liked it.
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Being a warner archive the film is quite old but good colour and sound
worth the buy as i first saw this film when i was a boy i am in my 70s, now.
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