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One of the most beloved American films, this captivating wartime adventure of romance and intrigue from director Michael Curtiz defies standard categorization. Simply put, it is the story of Rick Blaine Humphrey Bogart, a world-weary ex-freedom fighter who runs a nightclub in Casablanca during the early part of WWII. Despite pressure from the local authorities, notably the crafty Capt. Renault Claude Rains, Rick's café has become a haven for refugees looking to purchase illicit letters of transit which will allow...
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One of the most beloved American films, this captivating wartime adventure of romance and intrigue from director Michael Curtiz defies standard categorization. Simply put, it is the story of Rick Blaine Humphrey Bogart, a world-weary ex-freedom fighter who runs a nightclub in Casablanca during the early part of WWII. Despite pressure from the local authorities, notably the crafty Capt. Renault Claude Rains, Rick's café has become a haven for refugees looking to purchase illicit letters of transit which will allow them to escape to America. One day, to Rick's great surprise, he is approached by the famed rebel Victor Laszlo Paul Henreid and his wife Ilsa Ingrid Bergman, Rick's true love who deserted him when the Nazis invaded Paris. She still wants Victor to escape to America, but now that she's renewed her love for Rick, she wants to stay behind in Casablanca. "You must do the thinking for both of us," she says to Rick. He does, and his plan brings the story to its satisfyingly logical, if not entirely happy, conclusion.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Disc 1:; 2 Commentaries: critic Roger Ebert and historian Rudy Behlmer; Introduction by Lauren Bacall; Theatrical trailers; Disc 2:; Additional scenes and outtakes; 2 Documentaries: Bacall on Bogart and you must remember this: a tribute to Casablanca; Featurette as time goes by: the children remember with Pia Lindstrom and Stephen Bogart; Production research gallery; Homage cartoon carrotblanca; Who holds tomorrow?: premiere episode from the 1955 Casablanca tv series; Scoring session outtakes; Audio-only bonus: radio production with the movie's 3 key stars; Enhanced features for your dvd-rom pc
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Mark Deming
There are many people for whom Casablanca is the greatest Hollywood movie ever made, and, while that may be going a bit far, one would be hard-pressed to think of another film in which the pieces fell together with such serendipity. It's hard to imagine a movie in which the leads are better cast: Humphrey Bogart's tough, effortless cool gives Rick the ideal balance of honor and cynicism, Ingrid Bergman's luminous beauty makes it seem reasonable that men would fight for Ilsa's affections, and Paul Henreid's Victor is cold enough that you can imagine Ilsa's being tempted by her old flame. The supporting cast is superb down the line; Claude Rains, Peter Lorre, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Dooley Wilson, and S.Z. Sakall are all so memorable that one tends to forget that none is onscreen for very long. The screenplay often walks the border of cliché, but the story has just enough twists, and the dialogue so much snap, that it stays compelling throughout. And Michael Curtiz knew just when to turn on the schmaltz and when to cut it off. Casablanca blends romance, suspense, humor, and patriotic drama with such skill that one imagines it must have happened by accident, and the movie looks better with each passing year. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll cheer, and the good guys strike a blow against fascism -- what more could you want from a movie?
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/9/2009
  • UPC: 883929026333
  • Original Release: 1942
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Special Edition / Full Frame
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Humphrey Bogart Rick Blaine
Ingrid Bergman Ilsa
Paul Henreid Victor Laszlo
Claude Rains Capt. Louis Renault
Conrad Veidt Maj. Heinrich Strasser
Peter Lorre Ugarte
Sydney Greenstreet Senor Ferrari
S.Z. Sakall Carl, Headwaiter
Madeleine Le Beau Yvonne
Dooley Wilson Sam
Joy Page Annina Brandel
John Qualen Berger
Leonid Kinskey Sascha
Helmut Dantine Jan Brandel
Curt Bois Dark European
Marcel Dalio Emil, the Croupier
Corinna Mura Singer
Ludwig Stossel Mr. Leuchtag
Ilka Gruning Mrs. Leuchtag
Charles La Torre Senor Martinez
Frank Puglia Arab Vendor
Dan Seymour Abdul
Lou Marcelle Voice Only
Leon Belasco Dealer
Oliver Blake German Banker
Monte Blue American
Gino Corrado Waiter
George Dee Casselle
William Edmunds Contact
Martin Garralaga Headwaiter
Gregory Gaye German Banker
Creighton Hale Customer
Olaf Hytten Prosperous Man
Michael Mark Vendor
George Meeker Friend
Louis Mercier Smuggler
Torben Meyer Banker
Alberto Morin French Officer
Leo Mostovoy Fydor
Paul Porcasi Native
Henry Rowland German Officer
Richard Ryen Heinz
Norma Varden Englishwoman
Hans Heinrich Von Twardowski German Officer
Mischa Auer Bartender
Wolfgang Zilzer Man with Expired Papers (Shot)
Technical Credits
Michael Curtiz Director
Robert Aisner Consultant/advisor
Lawrence W. Butler Special Effects
Arthur Edeson Cinematographer
Julius J. Epstein Screenwriter
Philip G. Epstein Screenwriter
Leo F. Forbstein Musical Direction/Supervision
Hugo W. Friedhofer Score Composer
George James Hopkins Set Decoration/Design
Herman Hupfield Songwriter
M. K. Jerome Songwriter
Howard Koch Screenwriter
James Leicester Special Effects
Owen Marks Editor
Orry-Kelly Costumes/Costume Designer
Francis J. Scheid Sound/Sound Designer
Jack Scholl Songwriter
Don Siegel Special Effects
Max Steiner Score Composer
Richard Van Enger Special Effects
Willard Van Enger Special Effects
Hal B. Wallis Producer
Jack L. Warner Executive Producer
Perc Westmore Makeup
Carl Jules Weyl Art Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Casablanca
1. Credits and Foreward [2:23]
2. Refugee Roundup [4:06]
3. Rick's Café Americain [2:21]
4. Impressed With Ugarte [3:50]
5. Knock on Wood [1:13]
6. Renault the Romantic [3:24]
7. Lowdown on Laszlo [3:20]
8. Ugarte Arrested [2:11]
9. Citizen of the World [2:27]
10. The Laszlos [3:39]
11. Tango Delle Rose [2:16]
12. Play It, Sam [2:26]
13. Reunion [2:25]
14. Of All the Gin Joints [2:44]
15. Paris Memories [3:25]
16. Here's Looking at You [5:40]
17. Ilsa's Story [2:59]
18. No Names, No Travel [3:07]
19. At the Blue Parrot [:33]
20. Visa For One [3:52]
21. Everybody Comes to Rick's [2:39]
22. If Someone Loved You [3:32]
23. Lucky Guy [2:31]
24. The Mighty Marseillaise [2:51]
25. Were You Lonely? [5:13]
26. Isla's Plea [3:08]
27. For Both of Us [2:53]
28. Destiny's Hand [4:11]
29. Double-Dealing [3:16]
30. Least Vulnerable Spot [3:18]
31. We'll Always Have Paris [3:14]
32. Beautiful Friendship [4:01]
Disc #2 -- Casablanca
1. Introduction [4:14]
2. Early Career [3:41]
3. The Petrified Forest [3:24]
4. Studio Player 1936-40 [5:14]
5. High Sierra [3:44]
6. The Maltese Falcon [8:48]
7. Wartime: Casablanca [10:08]
8. To Have and Have Not [5:17]
9. The Big Sleep [4:53]
10. A Gutsy Couple [3:28]
11. Dark Passage [1:17]
12. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre [3:45]
13. Key Largo [2:53]
14. Life at Sea [1:29]
15. Santana's Movies [4:04]
16. The African Queen [1:46]
17. Journeyman: Early '50s [4:14]
18. Making Fun [1:24]
19. The Caine Mutiny [2:52]
20. The Harder They Fall [2:25]
21. The Bogart Name [2:51]
22. End Credits [1:23]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Casablanca
   Introduction By Lauren Bacall
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Commentary By Film Critic Roger Ebert
      Commentary By Film Historian Rudy Behlmer
      A Great Cast Is Worth Repeating
      Other Legendary Titles Available From Warner Home Video
         Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
         Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
         Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948)
      Cast & Crew
      Awards
      Theatrical Trailer
      Re-Release Trailer 1992
   Languages
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Français
      Subtitles
         English
         Français
         Español
         Subtitles: Off
Disc #2 -- Casablanca
   The Children Remember
   Additional Scenes
   Outtakes
   Scoring Stage Sessions
      Play All
      Knock On Wood (Alternate Version-Dooley Wilson Vocal With Piano)
      As Time Goes By (Part One: Alternate Take - Dooley Wilson Vocal With Piano)
      As Time Goes By (Part One: Film Version-Dooley Wilson Vocal With Piano)
      Rick Sees Ilsa (Instrumental Medley)
      As Time Goes By (Part Two: Alterante Take-Dooley Wilson Vocal With Piano)
      As Time Goes By (Part Two: Film Version-Dooley Wilson Vocal With Piano)
      At La Belle Aurore (Instrumental Medley)
      Dat's What Noah Done (Outtake-Dooley Wilson Vocal With Piano)
   Bacall on Bogart
   You Must Remember This: A Tribute to Casablanca
   Languages
   Screen Guild Theater Radio Show - 1943
   Television Adoptation - 1955 Who Holds Tomorrow
   Carrotblanca
   Production Research
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Playing it again, for the 1000th time! An evergreen classic!

    What more can be said about 'Casablanca' ¿ the quintessential WWII melodrama about an embittered saloon keeper, Richard `Rick¿ Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) and his chance reunion with the only woman he ever loved, Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman). After their rendezvous in Paris that ended badly, Rick has resigned himself to managing his own night club in Morocco. But when Ilsa resurfaces on the arm of a handsome stranger, Rick¿s ancient passion is stirred into visceral disdain. Paul Henreid is Ilsa¿s secret husband and Czechoslovakian freedom fighter, Victor Laszlo. Like so many of Warner¿s war time melodramas, style is just as important to the film¿s success as substance. The studio backlot Moroccan settings are pure magic, really setting the tone, the look and the feel for this memorable adventure/drama. The supporting cast is outstanding, from Sidney Greenstreet¿s maniacal Senior Ferrari to Conrad Veidt¿s murderous Major Heinrich Strasser. Dooley Wilson, Claude Raines and S. Z. Sakall also costar. Warner Brother¿s 2 disc special edition of ¿Casablanca¿ has been upgraded from the previously issued single disc, though in truth the latter wasn't too shabby looking either. However, this new DVD is flawless, exhibiting a gray scale, black and contrast levels that are absolutely bang on. The soundtrack has also been cleaned up and sounds crisp, vibrant and extremely well balanced. Extras include, on disc one, two distinct audio commentaries and an intro from Lauren Bacall that was recorded nearly a decade earlier. Disc Two features the previously available 'You Must Remember This' documentary hosted by Bacall. Bacall also hosts a new tribute to Bogie. There are outtakes and deleted scenes and two rarities; the Bugs Bunny spoof 'Carrotblanca' and the pilot episode of 'Casablanca' a television spin off from the mid-60s. There's also a stills gallery to explore. The video quality of 'You Must Remember This' is far better than as it appeared on the previously issued DVD. Edge enhancement and aliasing, which plagued the former, has almost been eliminated on this transfer. The rest of the supplements have also been impeccably remastered. Aside: I don't usually recommend buying reissued discs because it's simply a studio's way of making more money on a title you already own. But in the case of this 2-disc set, I have to say that you will be making a great mistake if you don't junk your previous DVD and snatch this one up. It represents the most definitive version of 'Casablanca' ever and 'as time goes by', you'll want to 'play it again.'

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Casablanca is one of my favorite movies of all time

    What can you say about the problems of three little people that don't amount to a "hill of beans" in this desperate world? Casablanca is romantic but hard-boiled, amusing but moving, and always worth watching. I've owned it in VHS, DVD and now Blu-Ray and can probably lip-synch the lines. Doesn't matter - I still find it riveting.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Casablanca French Morocco

    Early during World War II an unproduced stage play manuscript called 'Everybody Comes to Ricks' made its way to the story department at Warner Brothers Studio in Burbank, California.<BR/>The story eventually caught on and was OK'd for production.<BR/>Rick's Cafe was the gathering place for wealthy French expatriates, refugees, French, German and Italian officers. Host Rick (Humphrey Bogart)carries out a show of strict neutrality. The story revolves around stolen exit visas and when Rick's lost lover, 'We'll always have Paris,' (Ingrid Bergman), shows up at Rick's place the pot really begins to boil.<BR/>Bogart is at his best playing off a wonderful cast of characters Claude Rains and Sydney Greenstreet among them feeding him one liners which he served back with perfect timing. And it has an ending that every producer in the world would die for.<BR/>The movie was shipped off to New York's Radio City Music Hall without high hopes or fanfair.<BR/>But the first audience gave the movie its due and Jack Warner flew out of the theatre and jumped into a phone booth to tell the the West Coast studio they had a hit. Indeed they did.<BR/>If you've never seen Casablanca, you've missed one of the great ones.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A must see for all, especially Film Noir Buffs

    This is what got me hooked on Classics and Film Noir<BR/><BR/>It has the usual Noir elements of a hopeless situation, a protagonist with a character flaw and a femme fatale. <BR/><BR/>I love Bogarts typical dry delivery and Claude Rains tongue-in-cheek humor.<BR/><BR/>The short witty dialogue includes the following memorable lines "Play it Sam", "I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" and "Here's looking at you, kid."<BR/><BR/>Watch it and I guarantee that you too will be enthralled!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Flawless

    It's a classic movie for a reason! This is legendary stuff - the acting, the writing, etc. Everything's aces, and I highly recommend it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 25, 2012

    My favorite

    Of course this movie is a classic, and is much loved. It's my favorite movie of all time. One thing I really like about this collection is the audio commentary by Roger Ebert. It's so thoughtful and insightful, and it's a pleasure to hear his voice since he can't speak now with his medical problems.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A timeless wonder!

    I purchased this as a gift and then couldn't resist the temptation to view it before passing it on. I was glad that I did. Everyone who has ever seen it remembers forever the lines, "Play it again, Sam," and "Here's lookin' at you kid." I had forgotten many of the other scenes, especially the very moving, tension-packed scene where the French and German patrons at Rick's (Bogart's) club 'spar' while singing their nation's anthem. The extras on the DVD are equally entertaining. I loved learning about the background: what went on behind the scenes, all the planning and thinking that went into making the film. And I'll keep in mind the trailers of other films made about the same time for future viewing pleasure! I am now seriously considering buying my own copy. This movie never disappoints.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A Classic for all-time

    This is easily my favorite movie of all time. More than 60 years later and it still resonates with new audiences. What does that tell you about the quality of filmmaking back in the 40s. Each line is almost a classic in itself and these are characters that you want to succeed. No matter how many times you see the ending, you always hope that Bogie chooses differently.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Play it again and again sam!

    Classic Hollywood at its peak. A perfect symmetry of stars, story, director and production values. Anyone's top ten list!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Magnificent classic

    I can't count the number of times I've seen this film, but each time it reveals something new -- clever word play and amusing stock characters. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman are stunning, as are Paul Henreid and Conrad Veidt, but Claude Rains often steals the show. The cast of characters is plunged into a World War II drama involving innocent displaced people who want to leave Casablanca for America, evil Nazis, the European Resistance ... and a wonderfully convoluted love story that may never be resolved. Intriguing suspenseful conversations blend with memorable large group scenes -- don't miss the song duel at Rick's Place -- no wonder everyone goes there!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A classic to be seen over and over again

    Casablanca is one of my all time favorites! it has sophisticated writing, acting and direction.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Incredibly Romantic and Emotional

    Romantic, emotional, sensitive and unforgivable. Acting is superb. Background of Bogart by his wife Loren BeCall was a memorable informative narrative of his life. Learned more about our character which makes the movie that more of a treasure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Timelessly great, an absolute classic

    Movies from the 1940's are not even known to most people, let alone still being acclaimed and watched as the unforgettable 'Casablanca'. Set in the Morrocan city with that name dring World War II, it's got all the ingredients of a great story: Drama, Mystery, Suspense, Action, Romance and a great timeless message. The special effects of this movie may be outdated, but it's acting and messages will never be.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the Best

    Casablanca is an all-timer. The dialogue, acting, atmosphere. A love triangle, an underdog story, a war drama, the film works on multiple levels. But heck- why did Rick Blaine leave America?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    of all time

    i've seen many times and never tire of it. by far my favourite movie of all time, bogart a his best, the tough guy to the softest hearted. it could have have happened, if it didn't, it should have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I adore this movie!

    What can anyone say about this? Even cynics can't resist this movie...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Classic Love Story

    From start to finish, ''Casablanca'' fills your mind and heart with the story of love once shared by two people, the urgency and uncertainty of this pre-WWII moment, and the flashes of wry humor that make the tension bearable. An all-star cast, a magic storyline, and sensitive direction make ''Casablanca'' my #1 lifetime favorite.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Small Budget - Big Bang

    Casablanca...It was originally just another movie off of the Warner Brothers Lot, shot in little over a week, on a small budget. At the time, no one knew what an amazing event in cinema history it would be. Even when it came to theaters, it did well, but not a blockbuster. However, Casablanca has since become the epitome of old movies, timeless for many reasons, classic for even more. In recent years Casablanca has come to be awarded a string of awards, none of which give the movie what it is due. Perfect casting, good pacing, perhaps the best script ever-written, with classic themes that resonant with everyone who watches it. The real appeal of Casablanca is hard to discern, so many parts of the movie shine as good examples. It should be the first movie every film student wants and a requirement for directors. There are compliments due to Casablanca than I can pay in one review. Surffice it say, that when I have a bad day, there is only one movie I watch: Casablanca. I have turned to in good times and in bad, because it has some sort of intangible quality that is comfortable and pleasing to watch time and time again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An American Classic

    I love this movie wholeheartedly as the greatest movie of all-time. I'm only 20 years old but feel that it has something for everyone. The most amazing thing to me is that it was made in 1942, just after the U.S. got involved in World War II. Whether you want a war movie, a historical fiction movie, comedy, or romance, you've got it in Casablanca. It is a highly quoted movie and extremely deserving of all awards and accolades that it has received from its creation to the present. No matter what your age, it is a timeless classic that will always remain at the top of the list of ''Greatest Movies Ever Made''.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ''You Must Remember This''

    ''Casablanca'' set the standard for the word, ''timeless''. Intrique, suspense, love and human courage, ''Casablanca'' is a film that can be watched over and over and still inspire the viewer...simply, one of the best films ever made..

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