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Don Siegel's Dirty Harry helped make Clint Eastwood a star, and influenced a generation of cop action films. The 30th anniversary of the film is marked with this DVD release from Warner Bros. The disc boasts a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are accessible. Supplementary ...
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STILL IN MANUFACTURER'S SHRINKWRAP! Fast shipping. "You've got to ask yourself a question: 'do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?" Dirty Harry provoked a critical uproar in 1971 ... for its "fascist" message about the power of one, as it also elevated Clint Eastwood to superstar status through his most enduring screen persona. Harry Callahan (Eastwood, in a role meant for Frank Sinatra) is a sardonic, hard-working San Francisco cop who can't finish his lunch without having to foil a bank robbery with his 44 Magnum, "the most powerful handgun in the world." When hippie-esque psycho Scorpio (Andy Robinson) goes on a killing spree, Harry and new partner Chico (Reni Santoni) are assigned to hunt him down, but not before the Mayor (John Vernon) and Lt. Bressler (Harry Guardino) admonish Callahan about his heavy-handed tactics. Racing against a deadline to save a kidnap victim from suffocating to death and unbothered by the niceties of Miranda rights and search warrants, Callahan brings in Scorpio, only to see him released on technicalities. "The law's crazy," opines Harry in disgust, before taking it upon himself to ensure that Scorpio doesn't kill again. Directed in violent and efficient fashion by Don Siegel, with a propulsive score by Lalo Schifrin, Dirty Harry was the fourth Siegel-Eastwood collaboration after Coogan's Bluff (1968), Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970), and The Beguiled (1970). Critics at the time strongly objected to the heroic image of a cop's violations of a suspect's Miranda rights, forcing Siegel and Eastwood to deny that they were right-wing reactionaries. All the same, Dirty Harry proved to be highly popular and spawned four sequels: Magnum Force (1973), The Enforcer (1976), Sudden Impact (1983), and The Dead Pool (1988).There is a score thru the barcode that will not affect play of DVD. Thank you for your consideration. Read more Show Less

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Don Siegel's Dirty Harry helped make Clint Eastwood a star, and influenced a generation of cop action films. The 30th anniversary of the film is marked with this DVD release from Warner Bros. The disc boasts a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Mono. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are accessible. Supplementary materials include a pair of documentaries (one made in 1971, the other in 2001), a theatrical trailer, production notes, and an interview gallery. This is a very good DVD edition of this classic movie.
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Special Features

All-new 2000 digital transfer; All-new 30th anniversary documentary "Dirty Harry: The Original"; 1971 behind-the-scenes documentary "Dirty Harry's Way"; Interview gallery; Interactive menus; Production notes; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; Languages: English & Français; Subtitles: English, Français & Español
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"I know what you're thinking, punk...." So begins the most memorable speech from one of cinema's most memorable police officers, "Dirty" Harry Callahan, a role inextricably linked with Clint Eastwood. For fans of hard-boiled detective thrillers, this film has it all. It has so much, in fact, that it would be easy to write it off as gritty-cop-movie cliché, were it not for the fact that Dirty Harry practically invented the genre. If you've seen it before, it probably started here. Dirty Harry is definitely not a politically correct film, and some have decried it as right-wing propaganda. To be sure, criminals' rights are not something that Callahan has much use for, and whiny lawyers are the enemy of honest cops in Harry's world. Dirty Harry is a great example of how an actor can make a role his own; the part was originally offered to Frank Sinatra, then passed through the hands of John Wayne and Paul Newman, before Eastwood got hold of it. This was the fourth time that Eastwood had worked with director Don Siegel, and the pairing clearly works well, augmented here by a snazzy score by Lalo Schifrin. While the violence might be a little strong for some viewers, and others might have trouble rooting for an end-justifies-the-means kind of cop, Dirty Harry is one of the best cop movies, and one of the best movie cops, of all time.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/20/2001
  • UPC: 085392151622
  • Original Release: 1971
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Clint Eastwood Harry Callahan
Harry Guardino Lt. Bressler
Reni Santoni Chico Sanchez
John Vernon Mayor
Andy Robinson Scorpio
John Larch Chief
Maurice Argent Sid Kleinman
Joy Carlin Communications Secretary
Tony Dario Police Sergeant
Diane Darnell Mayor's Secretary
Diana Davidson Swimmer
Jo de Winter Miss Willis
Vince Deadrick Jr. Man
Charles Dorsett Television Watcher
Al Dunlap
Lyn Edgington Norma
George Fargo Homicide Detective
Joe Finnegan Men in Truck
Leslie Fong
Lois Foraker Hot Mary
Max Gail
John Garber
Eddie Garrett Policeman
David Gilliam Homosexual
Scott Hale Newsman
Robert H. Harris
James Nolan Liquor Store Proprietor
Raymond Johnson
Raymond Johnson
Craig Kelly Sgt. Reineke
Stu Klitsner
Ruth Kobart Bus Driver
Richard Lawson Homosexual
Mae Mercer Mrs. Russell
John Mitchum DeGeorgio
Charles A. Murphy
Ann Noland
Kathleen O'Malley Woman
Woodrow Parfrey Mr. Jaffe
William Paterson Bannerman
Angela Paton Homicide Detectives
Victor Paul Car Driver
Albert Popwell Bank Robber
Christopher Pray Tunnel Hoodlum
Ernest Robinson Robber (uncredited)
Debra Scott Ann Mary Deacon (uncredited)
Josef Sommer Rothko
Kristoffer Tabori
Melody Thomas Ann Mary Deacon, photographer
John Tracy
Dean Webber
Technical Credits
Don Siegel Director, Producer
Gordon Bau Makeup
Robert Daley Executive Producer
Robert de Vestel Set Decoration/Design
Harry Julian Fink Original Story, Screenwriter
R.M. Fink Original Story
Rita M. Fink Screenwriter
Dale Hennesy Art Director
Carl Pingitore Associate Producer, Editor
William Randall Sound/Sound Designer
Dean Riesner Screenwriter
Robert Rubin Asst. Director
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
Bruce Surtees Cinematographer
Glenn Wright Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Dedication; Dead Aim [1:51]
2. Crime Scene Credits [3:53]
3. The Mayor [3:58]
4. Lucky at the Bank [5:04]
5. Pants Down [2:06]
6. Unwanted Partner [3:01]
7. Potential Victims [3:45]
8. Hot Mary Interlude [4:56]
9. The Jumper [4:28]
10. Stakeout Plans [3:31]
11. North Beach Nightlife [2:59]
12. Rooftop Shootout [2:40]
13. Bagman Harry [4:49]
14. Scorpio Calling [5:39]
15. Running Interference [2:02]
16. Do It at Home [1:44]
17. Cross Fire [4:56]
18. Killer's Trail [3:10]
19. Kezar Stadium [2:09]
20. Penalty on the Field [:35]
21. Rights Violations [2:53]
22. Shadowing Scorpio [5:20]
23. $200 in Police Brutality [1:51]
24. Chico's Decision [4:37]
25. Scorpio Rearms [2:30]
26. School Bus Hijack [1:32]
27. Wild Ride [5:47]
28. Quarry Gun Battle [4:11]
29. "Well, Do You, Punk?" [3:03]
30. An Inspector's Badge [1:29]
31. Cast List [:48]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
      Original Documentary
      Dirty Harry: The Original
      Interview Gallery
         Clint Eastwood
         Arnold Schwarzenegger
         Robert Urich
         Patty Clarkson
         Andy Robinson
         Evan Kim
         Hal Holbrook
         John Milius
         Ted Post
         Joel Cox
      Behind the Scenes
      On Location
      Memorable Lines
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Français
      Subtitles
         English
         Français
         Español
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE ORIGINAL-AND STILL THE BEST

    If any one film Clint Eastwood will be remembered for it will be this classic. I went to see the film when it first came out in the early 1970s and thought that it would be so-so because the main actor was well known for his role in mostly westerns. The film captivated me so much that I went to see it again the following night. It showed me how versitile an actor Eastwood really is as he fit the part of Callahan perfectly. In fact all the characters fit their roles very well. One must give credit to Eastwoods other partner the Smith and Wesson Model 29 .44 Mangum Revolver. After the movie was released demand was so high that Smith and Wesson could not keep up with demand. I know as I placed my order and finally got mine a year later. This must have been the best free advertising Smith has ever got. I have both VHS and DVD versions of the film and still run them from time to time. I can honestly say that this is my very favorite film of all time!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WILD ABOUT HARRY

    CLINT EASTWOOD, buddy! That says it all! Forget the whining tirades about right wing extreme that haunted this film for decades, this is an Eastwood showcase of urban suspense. Don Siegel knew how to work the concrete landscape like few directors could and Clint's perpetual squint presents San Francisco is an aura not seen before this 1971 classic. Smith and Wesson owes Eastwood some major equity for his celebration of the Model 29 .44 Magnum. With old pros Harry Guardino, John Vernon and John Larch in strong supporting roles.

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