Kim

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Overview

Errol Flynn is top-billed in Kim, but the title character is played by Dean Stockwell. The son of an Irish sergeant, young Kim wanders through the streets and hills of Colonial India, disguised as a native boy. Kim's adventures include an episode with a horse trader Errol Flynn who is actually a British secret agent; a sojourn with a holy lama Paul Lukas on a mysterious quest; and involvement with a plan to rid the Khyber Pass of Czarist Russian agitators. Kim had been in the planning stages since 1938 those ...
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Overview

Errol Flynn is top-billed in Kim, but the title character is played by Dean Stockwell. The son of an Irish sergeant, young Kim wanders through the streets and hills of Colonial India, disguised as a native boy. Kim's adventures include an episode with a horse trader Errol Flynn who is actually a British secret agent; a sojourn with a holy lama Paul Lukas on a mysterious quest; and involvement with a plan to rid the Khyber Pass of Czarist Russian agitators. Kim had been in the planning stages since 1938 those considered for the title role included Freddie Bartholomew and Mickey Rooney, but the property's catch-as-catch-can storyline, coupled with the changing political climate in postwar India, delayed production until 1949. While a great deal of Kim was filmed on location in India, some of the more complicated exterior sequences were lensed in Lone Pine, California.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 2 Fitzpatrick Traveltalks Specialties: Ancient India and Land of the Taj Mahal
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/17/2012
  • UPC: 883316486276
  • Original Release: 1950
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Full Frame
  • Time: 1:53:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,097

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Errol Flynn Mahbub Ali, the Red Beard
Dean Stockwell Kim
Paul Lukas Lama
Robert Douglas Col. Creighton
Thomas Gomez Emissary
Cecil Kellaway Hurree Chunder
Arnold Moss Lurgan Sahib
Reginald Owen Father Victor
Laurette Luez Laluli
Richard Hale Hassan Bey
Roman Toporow Russian
Ivan Triesault Russian
Michael Ansara Guard
Maria [Movita] Castaneda Woman with Baby
Henry Corden
Olaf Hytten Mr. Fairlee
George Khoury Little Man
Walter Kingsford Dr. Bronson
Frank Lackteen Shadow
Edgar Lansbury Young Officer
Richard Lupino Sentry
Peter Mamakos Conspirator
Donna Martell Haikun
Francis McDonald Letter Writer
Henry Mirelez Wanna
Jeanette Nolan Foster Mother
Stanley Price Water Carrier
Rodd Redwing Servant
Adeline Reynolds Old Maharanee
Frank Richards Abul
Hayden Rorke Maj. Ainsley
Mike Tellegen Policeman
Technical Credits
Victor Saville Director
George Boemler Editor
Helen Deutsch Screenwriter
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Arnold A. Gillespie Special Effects
Leon Gordon Producer, Screenwriter
Hugh Hunt Set Decoration/Design
Arthur Krams Set Decoration/Design
Ben Lane Makeup
Warren Newcombe Special Effects
Hans Peters Art Director
André Previn Score Composer
Richard Schayer Screenwriter
William Skall Cinematographer
William J. Tuttle Makeup
Irene Valles Costumes/Costume Designer
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration/Design
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Kim
1. Credits [1:23]
2. Word from Red Beard [3:41]
3. Kim's Double Life [2:30]
4. The Lama [3:06]
5. Message for Creighton [6:00]
6. So Ordained [3:11]
7. Trouble from the North [2:13]
8. Five Points [3:25]
9. Wonderful Provider [2:32]
10. Cobra Encounter [2:57]
11. Promising Signs [3:08]
12. Truth About Kim [6:48]
13. Schooling for the Game [6:24]
14. Reunion at St. Xavier [3:56]
15. We Don't Do That [3:39]
16. School's Out [2:05]
17. Murder Plot [3:53]
18. World of Danger [3:05]
19. Lurgan Sahib [5:05]
20. Coming into Shape [3:47]
21. Hurree Chunder [6:22]
22. Followed [3:11]
23. Thief's Message [2:50]
24. Death and Disappearance [2:54]
25. Milking His Worth [5:31]
26. The Emissary [5:27]
27. Mahbub Ali in Charge [3:52]
28. Rolling Stones [3:13]
29. Journey's End [3:45]
30. All in Good Time [1:59]
31. Cast List [:28]
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Disc #1 -- Kim
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   Features
      Fitzpatrick's Traveltalks, "Land of the Taj Mahal"
      Fitzpatrick's Traveltalks, "Ancient India"
      Rudyard Kipling on the Screen
      Theatrical Trailer
      Cast & Crew
   Languages
      Spoken Languages
         English
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         English
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