From Here to Eternity

From Here to Eternity

Director: Fred Zinnemann Cast: Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Deborah Kerr
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Product Details

Release Date: 04/14/2015
UPC: 7798114293618
Original Release: 1953
Source: Imports
Sales rank: 74,876

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Burt Lancaster Sgt. Milton Warden
Montgomery Clift Robert E. Lee Prewitt
Deborah Kerr Karen Holmes
Donna Reed Alma Lorene
Frank Sinatra Angelo Maggio
Ernest Borgnine Sgt. "Fatso" Judson
Philip Ober Capt. Dana Holmes
Mickey Shaughnessy Sgt.Leva
Harry Bellaver Mazzioli
Jack Warden Cpl. Buckley
John Dennis Sgt. Ike Galovitch
Merle Travis Sal Anderson
Tim Ryan Sgt. Pete Karelsen
Arthur Keegan Treadwell
Barbara Morrison Mrs. Kipfer
Jean Willes Annette
Claude Akins Sgt. Baldy Thom
Robert Karnes Sgt. Turp Thornhill
Robert J. Wilke Sgt. Henderson
Douglas Henderson Cpl. Champ Wilson
George Reeves Sgt. Maylon Stark
Don Dubbins Friday Clark
John Cason Corporal Paluso
Kristine Miller Georgette
John Bryant Capt. Ross
Mack Chandler Actor
John Davis Actor
James Jones Actor
Weaver Levy Bartender
Patrick Miller Actor
Allen Pinson Actor
Joe Roach Actor
Joseph Sargent Actor
John Patrick Veitch Actor
William Lundmark Bill
Louise Saraydar Actor
Guy Way Actor
Mary Carver Nancy
Freeman Lusk Col. Wood
Tyler McVey Maj. Stern
Fay Roope Gen. Slater
Delia Salvi Billie
Alvin Sargent Nair [uncredited]
Joan Shawlee Sandra
Angela Stevens Jean
Brick Sullivan Military Guard
Carleton Young Col. Ayres
Willis B. Bouchey Lieutenant Colonel

Technical Credits
Fred Zinnemann Director
Buddy Adler Producer
Earl Bellamy Asst. Director
Mushy Callahan Consultant/advisor
Clay Campbell Makeup
Lodge Cunningham Sound/Sound Designer
Floyd D.Crosby Cinematographer
George Duning Score Composer
Brig.Gen. Kendall J. Fielder Consultant/advisor
Burnett Guffey Cinematographer
James Jones Songwriter
Freddy Karger Songwriter
Jean Louis Costumes/Costume Designer
William Lyon Editor
Cary O'Dell Art Director
Morris W. Stoloff Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Daniel Taradash Screenwriter
Frank A. Tuttle Set Decoration/Design
Robert Wells Songwriter

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From Here to Eternity 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Chun More than 1 year ago
I was only familiar with the perfume and the ad carrying the same name and cover picture. But this story is beyond the beauty and scent; it touches one's heart. Both the story and the performance are unforgettable - a true classic masterpiece!
pleaighton More than 1 year ago
Great historical significance with setting in Honolulu, Hawaii leading up to and including the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Outstanding cast with very special performances by Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, & Frank Sinatra. Interesting tidbit is this is the movie referred to (or at least implied) in the Godfather ... i.e., "This movie, this role will make him a big star". The particular Godfather scene is in Hollywood where Robert Duvall has been sent to meet with movie mogul (Walsh) to discuss Johnny Fontaine. Brings back a lot of memories with young stars & starlets and depiction of Hawaii before the boom years of the nineties.
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This is a case of an outstanding movie being adapted from a great book. FROM HERE TO ETERNITY presents a realistic portrait of army life in Hawaii immediately before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The film features strong performances by Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr, Frank Sinatra, Donna Reed, Ernest Borgnine and Montgomery Clift. An extremely competent supporting cast includes Jack Warden, Philip Ober and Mickey Shaughnessy. Burt Lancaster makes a convincing first sergeant. One who is running the show and is full of knowledge about how the army really works. He also has good instincts when it comes time to act as he demonstrates in the showdown with the sadistic ''Fatso'' played by Ernest Borgnine. Borgnine himself is exceptional in his most famous impersonation of a villain. Frank Sinatra definitely deserves his Oscar in the role of the defiant Maggio. However, after seeing Lee Marvin play a drunk it is hard to appreciate any other actor's attempt compared with Marvin's portrayal in PAINT YOUR WAGON. FROM HERE TO ETERNITY was a relatively low-budget production but it still managed to receive five Academy Awards and eight nominations.