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|Rita Hayworth||Elsa "Rosalie" Bannister|
|Orson Welles||Michael O'Hara|
|Everett Sloane||Arthur Bannister|
|Ted de Corsia||Sidney Broome|
|Glenn Anders||George Grisby|
|Carl Frank||District Attorney|
|Harry Shannon||Cab Driver|
|Sam Nelson||Yacht Captain|
|Joe Palma||Cab Driver|
|Richard Wilson||District Attorney's Assistant|
|Billy Louie||Chinese Girl|
|George "Shorty" Chirello|
|Artarne Wong||Ticket Taker|
|Wong Show Chong||Li|
|Edythe Elliott||Old Lady|
|Joseph Granby||Police Lieutenant|
|Edward Peil Sr.||Guard|
|Maynard Holmes||Truck Driver|
|Dorothy Vaughan||Old Woman|
|Philip Van Zandt||Policeman|
|Charles Meakin||Jury Foreman|
|Joe Recht||Garage Attendant|
|Jean Wong||Ticket Seller|
|Grace Lem||Chinese Woman|
|Philip Morris||Port Steward|
|Orson Welles||Director, Producer, Screenwriter|
|Lawrence W. Butler||Special Effects|
|Sturges Carne||Art Director|
|William Castle||Associate Producer|
|Lodge Cunningham||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Stephen Goosson||Art Director|
|Jean Louis||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Wilbur Menefee||Set Decoration/Design|
|Sam Nelson||Asst. Director|
|Heinz Roemheld||Score Composer|
|Robert J. Schiffer||Makeup|
|Herman Schoenbrun||Set Decoration/Design|
|Morris W. Stoloff||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Richard Wilson||Associate Producer|
Posted May 27, 2015
Blu-ray quality is superb, with DTS stereo. I have the previous DVD version and it does not measure up to this.
But I'll be keeping the DVd for its extras, the new Blu-ray has NONE. The only problem I found with quality
is audio, DTS is so full range that I have to keep volume too low to hear the dialog because when the music and
sound effects kick in, it becomes too loud!
The "film noir" thriller was produced and directed by Orson Welles, screenplay by him also. I'm a big fan of Welles
and wish he could have done more. Interesting city scenes in San Francisco, beaches of Mexico, courtroom,
and a deserted amusement park where the well known and dramatic climax hall of mirrors scene is filmed.
Welles worked all night making that part of the picture artistic. All in all I highly recommended this edition.
I just wished the film commentary and interview with Peter Bogdanovich could have been preserved.
Posted April 10, 2015
Posted October 1, 2010
This film is magic - Orson Wells and Rita Hayworth are brilliant, but so are the supporting cast. I absolutely could not take my eyes off the screen. I would have loved to have seen this on the big screen. A must see for film noir fans.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 18, 2010
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