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  • Actors: Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, Paul Lukas, Robert Douglas, Thomas Gomez
  • Directors: Victor Saville
  • Writers: Leon Gordon, Helen Deutsch, Richard Schayer, Rudyard Kipling
  • Producers: Leon Gordon
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 26, 2003
  • Run Time: 113 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009RDGB
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #169,680 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Kim" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale involving an orphaned English boy in 1880's India who assumes a native's identity and gets involved in local espionage plot.

Customer Reviews

Great action through out.
Kimo
Dean Stockwell was great, and Errol Flynn hams it up wonderfully.
Fredric A. Yablon
This man was the best, in all his movies.
Donita

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By S. Mitchell VINE VOICE on March 7, 2003
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I'm a pushover for Errol Flynn. However, I was surprised in this movie he has a semi-starring roll. The story is Kim, the boy.Flynn plays a part but not the bravado star swinging from limbs altho he is a ladies man. I also have KIM with Pete O'Toole. Frankly, I thought O'Toole overplayed his hand in that version. I much prefer Paul Lukas as the worn out priest. Great scenery. Great fun for the whole family. Stories like this never grow old and the India setting well...Let's hope they put this movie on DVD in the near future.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Robert West on February 18, 2007
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Kim is a movie I remember so well as a kid infact probably my favourite chidhood movie. I found myself one evening searching Amazon's massive dvd vault and for some reason I typed in 'KIM' and I was delighted to see it had been released on dvd. Sometimes revisiting a childhood favourite can be dissapointing as an adult, but not Kim the story is so imaginitive it grips from start to finish. The acting of a young Dean Stockwell as a streetwise street urchin blagging his way through life and finding himself embroiled in espionage reminds me in character of Errol Flynn at his cheekiest. Ironically Flynn co stars as 'Kim's protector Red Beard. Both actors work together so well they draw you into the story set in India during the Raj. Kim was My favourite childhood movie and I'm glad I found it again. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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47 of 55 people found the following review helpful By peterfromkanata on September 8, 2003
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This will be a "mixed" review. This is a gorgeous film to look at--on-location shooting in India greatly enhances the visual appeal, and the sets and colourful costumes are eye-catching to say the least. The plot, based on Kipling's classic book, concerns a young British, orphaned boy, who disguises himself as an Indian to avoid school and indulge in some espionage for the British, via a shady horse-trader. It takes place during the Victorian period.
The boy--Kim--is played by a very young Dean Stockwell, and his performance is excellent. The horse trader is portrayed by Errol Flynn--older and heavier than during his peak, swashbuckling years at Warner Brothers. While Flynn is top-billed, do not be mislead--this film is about the boy--at the same time, Flynn has lost little of the charm and roguish twinkle that made him such a big star.
What this film needed, however, was more action--beautiful scenery and costumes cannot disguise the fact that this film has too many dull patches.
The DVD is decent--full-screen--nice colour--mono sound, of course.
"Kim" has its moments--but if you see the name of Errol Flynn on the cover, and expect plenty of exciting action, you may be disappointed.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 4, 2001
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I can't understand how anyone could fail to appreciate and enjoy this movie. The delightfully impish Dean Stockwell, the ever-dashing Errol Flynn and Paul Lukas as the venerable Buddhist monk are all very good in their roles. I agree (for once) with Leonard Maltin's evaluation, as far as it goes, when he describes this movie as a «rousing actioner» and rates it a «flavorful production» worth four and a half stars. Beyond that, however, the story itself, by no less than Rudyard Kipling, is quite inspiring, with a lot of wit and a lot of ancient wisdom mixed in with great action.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dr. van der Linden on October 23, 2003
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...nevertheless as good on DVD as I remember it on the big screen when I was a youngster. During the '50s and '60s, when it played on commercial television, the idiot box artists chopped this film without mercy or sense, squeezing out of it almost all the flavor, and it's great to see *Kim* - admittedly a bit murky on the visual side, a bit twiddled and diddled in the sound department - back in its theatrical version, and in a form that allows for easy replay and scene selection.
Despite the relatively minor role played by the "real" Mahbub Ali in Kipling's book, the script's structuring took advantage of Errol Flynn's mature screen presence (as an actor, he most certainly got better as he grew older) to good effect, and did the job without doing any real violence to Kipling's story. Dean Stockwell's work is only so-so compared with what he *could* produce under proper direction, and while Paul Lukas is as good in this role as you'd expect him to be, I still have more than a bit of trouble thinking of him as a Tibetan lama.
By the bye, could someone please tell us the name of the tune being played as the Mavericks ("a red bull on a green field") come marching into frame about midway through the movie? It's the same tune playing at the close of film, and I'm driving myself *nuts* trying to remember what the damned thing is called. Thanks.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Dudley J. Tate on April 25, 2010
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"Kim", based on a story by Rudyard Kipling and filmed on location
in India in 1950, is a fascinating movie. It is the type of movie
that you can watch over and over again and still be entertained.

Essentially an adventure movie, it also has moments of drama,
amusement, devotion, suspense, intrigue and action and you are
totally absorbed in young Kim's wonderous world. It is a
colorful display of life in India at the turn of last century
when England ruled this vast empire.

The story deals with the continuing infiltration into India of
the Soviet Union and its satellites through the Kyber Pass in
their attempt to dominate the northern provinces of India.

Mahbub Ali "Red Beard" (Errol Flynn) works for the British
Secret Service who are attempting to foil the plot. He enlists
the aid of his young friend Kim (Dean Stockwell) who is an
orphaned white boy and a product of the back streets and
alleyways. Kim is used as a courier and a spy. He is also
a devoted disciple of a Buddhist priest (Paul Lucas) and he
helps him in his quest to find a sacred river. The priest
returns the favour and for his friendship and devotion pays
for the boy's education at a military school.

The leader of the Secret Service is Colonel Creighton
(Robert Douglas) and other members are Hurree Chunder
(Cecil Kelloway) and Lurgan Sahib (Arnold Moss).

One of my favourite segments of the movie is when young Kim
is placed in the care of Lurgan Sahib who teaches Kim the
art of observation and remembering what he has seen down to
the last detail - to-day commonly called "Kim's Game".

The entire cast is outstanding and in particular Errol Flynn,
Dean Stockwell and Paul Lucas.

Great entertainment.
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