Casablanca ein Film von Michael Curtiz mit Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman. Inhaltsangabe: Casablanca, zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Der Amerikaner. Ricks Café Americain in Casablanca ist im Zweiten Weltkrieg der Treffpunkt vieler Menschen aus Europa, die nach Amerika fliehen wollen. Rick Blaine, der Besitzer des Cafés, trifft hier Ilsa Lund wieder, mit der er eine Affäre in Paris hatte. Aber. «Casablanca, atmosphärisch ungemein dicht inszeniert und von Arthur Edeson «Auch wenn man den Film Jahr für Jahr immer wieder sieht, so wird er doch.
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Ricks Café Americain in Casablanca ist im Zweiten Weltkrieg der Treffpunkt vieler Menschen aus Europa, die nach Amerika fliehen wollen. Rick Blaine, der Besitzer des Cafés, trifft hier Ilsa Lund wieder, mit der er eine Affäre in Paris hatte. Aber. Casablanca ist ein US-amerikanischer Liebesfilm von Michael Curtiz aus dem Jahr Er verbindet zusätzlich Stilelemente eines Melodrams mit denen eines. Als verzweifelte Romanze schrieb "Casablanca" Filmgeschichte. Doch das wirklich Bemerkenswerte an dem Film sind seine engen Bezüge. 'Ich seh' dir in die Augen, Kleines!' (Here's looking at you, kid.), sagt Humphrey Bogart zu Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca, dem wohl klassischsten aller Kl. Casablanca. USA, FilmDramaRomanzeKultfilmeKriegsfilm / Antikriegsfilm. Eine der schönsten Romanzen der Filmgeschichte, ausgezeichnet mit drei. Casablanca ein Film von Michael Curtiz mit Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman. Inhaltsangabe: Casablanca, zur Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Der Amerikaner. Der Film wurde für 8 Oscars nominiert und erhielt 3 Oscars für den besten Film, die beste Regie und das beste Drehbuch. Schade, dass es solche Filme und.
Casablanca ist ein US-amerikanischer Liebesfilm von Michael Curtiz aus dem Jahr Er verbindet zusätzlich Stilelemente eines Melodrams mit denen eines. Steinig ist der Weg zum Filmmeisterwerk. Das zeigt das Beispiel „Casablanca“. Die Dreharbeiten waren insbesondere für Regisseur Michael. Ricks Café Americain in Casablanca ist im Zweiten Weltkrieg der Treffpunkt vieler Menschen aus Europa, die nach Amerika fliehen wollen. Rick Blaine, der Besitzer des Cafés, trifft hier Ilsa Lund wieder, mit der er eine Affäre in Paris hatte. Aber.
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On every level it is wonderful to watch. Amazing performances by some of cinemas most iconic actors even smaller parts with Peter Laure and Sidney Greenstreet.
The plot is fantastic and location atmospheric. It was almost certainly filmed on a set in Hollywood rather than actual Casablanca as the war was still on but you know what I mean.
I had fond memories of this film which I last saw maybe 30 years ago. We were all blown away by It. Just a beautiful film. But no longer.
Simply stunning and I mean stunning the 70th anniversary edition. I will watch again and again. This is what blu ray is for, the classics re-mastered.
Forget the newer films; bish, bang, bosh and largely forgettable. Not this film. Worth every penny. I used to love this film and it is a classic.
Casablanca is a classic. Most people have seen it. Most of them liked it. There is nothing really to say about it. If you haven't seen it then go watch it.
It's as good as everybody says it is. Great performances, iconic scenes, great direction and pacing. Also the picture and sound quality is very good for a film that's 70 years old.
This DVD is packed with great amount of extra content that covers the production, main stars and the cinematic influence.
It's a must have for anyone who interested in this classic film. One of the best films ever made. Casablanca is just pure class and I can see why this film won three Oscars back in , including best film.
As I watched this movie again tonight for what must be the th time, I noticed there was a much smaller scene wrapped inside the bigger scene that, unless you look for it, you may never notice.
Yvonne, a minor character who is hurt by Rick emotionally, falls into the company of a German soldier. In a land occupied by the Germans, but populated by the French, this is an unforgivable sin.
She comes into the bar desperately seeking happiness in the club's wine, song, and gambling. Later, as the Germans begin singing we catch a glimpse of Yvonne sitting dejectedly at a table alone and in this brief glimpse, it is conveyed that she has discovered that this is not her path to fulfillment and she has no idea where to go from there.
As the singing progresses, we see Yvonne slowly become inspired by Lazlo's act of defiance and by the end of the song, tears streaming down her face, she is singing at the top of her voice too.
She has found her redemption. She has found something that will make her life never the same again from that point on. Basically, this is Casablanca in a nutshell.
On the surface, you may see it as a romance, or as a story of intrigue, but that is only partially correct.
The thing that makes Casablanca great is that it speaks to that place in each of us that seeks some kind of inspiration or redemption.
On some level, every character in the story receives the same kind of catharsis and their lives are irrevocably changed. Rick's is the most obvious in that he learns to live again, instead of hiding from a lost love.
He is reminded that there are things in the world more noble and important than he is and he wants to be a part of them. Louis, the scoundrel, gets his redemption by seeing the sacrifice Rick makes and is inspired to choose a side, where he had maintained careful neutrality.
The stoic Lazlo gets his redemption by being shown that while thousands may need him to be a hero, there is someone he can rely upon when he needs inspiration in the form of his wife, who was ready to sacrifice her happiness for the chance that he would go on living.
Even Ferrai, the local organized crime leader gets a measure of redemption by pointing Ilsa and Lazlo to Rick as a source of escape even though there is nothing in it for him.
This is the beauty of this movie. Every time I see it and I have seen it a lot it never fails that I see some subtle nuance that I have never seen before.
Considering that the director would put that much meaning into what is basically a throw away moment not the entire scene, but Yvonne's portion speaks bundles about the quality of the film.
My wife and I watched this movie on our first date, and since that first time over 12 years ago, it has grown to be, in my mind, the greatest movie ever made.
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Casablanca Film - InhaltsverzeichnisParis fiel am Great performances, iconic scenes, great direction and pacing. Paul Henreid. Auf kaum einen Film passt der Begriff Klassiker wohl so perfekt wie auf diesen: "Casablanca". Dabei hätte alles auch ganz anders werden. Steinig ist der Weg zum Filmmeisterwerk. Das zeigt das Beispiel „Casablanca“. Die Dreharbeiten waren insbesondere für Regisseur Michael. Die US-Produktion „Casablanca” von Regisseur Michael Curtiz gehört wohl zu den bekanntesten Liebesfilmen aller Zeiten. Einige Zitate des Filmes („Ich schau. «Casablanca, atmosphärisch ungemein dicht inszeniert und von Arthur Edeson «Auch wenn man den Film Jahr für Jahr immer wieder sieht, so wird er doch. Eine Komödie? Das könnte dich auch interessieren. Viele fliehen nach Casablanca, um dort einen Flug ins neutrale Lissabon zu ergattern, On The Road – Unterwegs wo aus sie hoffen, weiter nach Amerika gelangen zu können. Beide Bücher stellen eine literarische Fortsetzung der Geschichte von Casablanca dar. Bogart nahm sie Medical Detectives Sprecher Abschluss der Dreharbeiten in einem Tonstudio auf.
Victor Laszlo Claude Rains Captain Louis Renault Conrad Veidt Major Heinrich Strasser Sydney Greenstreet Signor Ferrari Peter Lorre Ugarte S.
Carl as S. Sakall Madeleine Lebeau Sam Joy Page Annina Brandel John Qualen Berger Leonid Kinskey Sascha Curt Bois Taglines: They had a date with fate in Casablanca!
Edit Did You Know? A little later, the paper and the white dish have disappeared. Instead, a bottle has appeared and the ashtray has shifted position.
Moments later, the dish and the paper reappear only to disappear again. Quotes [ first lines ] Narrator : With the coming of the Second World War, many eyes in imprisoned Europe turned hopefully, or desperately, toward the freedom of the Americas.
Lisbon became the great embarkation point. But, not everybody could get to Lisbon directly, and so a tortuous, roundabout refugee trail sprang up - Paris to Marseilles Here, the fortunate ones through money, or Alternate Versions As late as , the references to an extra-marital affair were banned in Ireland.
The Irish cut got rid of two important sequences. First, after Ilsa tells Rick that she had left him after finding out that Viktor was still alive, the embraces and dialogue that followed were cut.
Second, the emotional dialogue at the end of the film from Ilsa's line "You're saying that only to make me go" to Rick's line "What I've got to do, you haven't any part of".
This led to Irish audiences' being bemused by the relationship between Rick and Ilsa, and often interpreting Rick's final speech beginning "I'm no good at being noble" as a reflection on the debilitating effects of war.
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Country: USA. Language: English French German Italian. Production Co: Warner Bros. Runtime: min 82 min cut. Color: Black and White.
Edit page. November Streaming Picks. Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video. The uncredited Casey Robinson assisted with three weeks of rewrites, including contributing the series of meetings between Rick and Ilsa in the cafe.
In a telegram to film editor Owen Marks on August 7, , Wallis suggested two possible final lines of dialogue for Rick: "Louis, I might have known you'd mix your patriotism with a little larceny" or "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Bogart's line "Here's looking at you, kid", said four times, was not in the draft screenplays, but has been attributed to a comment he made to Bergman as he taught her poker between takes.
Despite the many writers, the film has what Ebert describes as a "wonderfully unified and consistent" script. Koch later claimed it was the tension between his own approach and Curtiz's which accounted for this: "Surprisingly, these disparate approaches somehow meshed, and perhaps it was partly this tug of war between Curtiz and me that gave the film a certain balance.
But when corn works, there's nothing better. The film ran into some trouble with Joseph Breen of the Production Code Administration the Hollywood self-censorship body , who opposed the suggestions that Captain Renault extorted sexual favors from his supplicants, and that Rick and Ilsa had slept together.
All direct references to sex were deleted; Renault's selling of visas for sex, and Rick and Ilsa's previous sexual relationship were implied elliptically rather than referenced explicitly.
Wallis's first choice for director was William Wyler , but he was unavailable, so Wallis turned to his close friend Michael Curtiz. Roger Ebert has commented that in Casablanca "very few shots Casey Robinson said Curtiz "knew nothing whatever about story Critic Andrew Sarris called the film "the most decisive exception to the auteur theory ",  of which Sarris was the most prominent proponent in the United States.
Aljean Harmetz has responded, "nearly every Warner Bros. Sidney Rosenzweig, in his study of the director's work, sees the film as a typical example of Curtiz's highlighting of moral dilemmas.
The second unit montages , such as the opening sequence of the refugee trail and the invasion of France, were directed by Don Siegel.
Particular attention was paid to photographing Bergman. She was shot mainly from her preferred left side, often with a softening gauze filter and with catch lights to make her eyes sparkle; the whole effect was designed to make her face seem "ineffably sad and tender and nostalgic".
Rosenzweig argues these shadow and lighting effects are classic elements of the Curtiz style, along with the fluid camera work and the use of the environment as a framing device.
Particularly memorable is the "duel of the anthems" between Strasser and Laszlo at Rick's cafe. Originally, the opposing piece for this iconic sequence was to be the " Horst Wessel Lied ", a Nazi anthem, but this was still under international copyright in non-Allied countries.
Instead " Die Wacht am Rhein " was used. It features in the final scene, in which it gives way to "La Marseillaise" after Strasser is shot.
Very few films in the early s had portions of the soundtrack released on 78 rpm records, and Casablanca was no exception. In , almost 55 years after the film's premiere, Turner Entertainment in collaboration with Rhino Records issued the film's first original soundtrack album for release on compact disc , including original songs and music, spoken dialogue, and alternate takes.
Although an initial release date was anticipated for early ,  the film premiered at the Hollywood Theater in New York City on November 26, , to coincide with the Allied invasion of North Africa and the capture of Casablanca.
The Office of War Information prevented screening of the film to troops in North Africa, believing it would cause resentment among Vichy supporters in the region.
On March 19, , the film was banned in Ireland for infringing on the Emergency Powers Order preserving wartime neutrality, by portraying Vichy France and Nazi Germany in a "sinister light".
It was passed with cuts on June 15, , shortly after the EPO was lifted. The cuts were made to dialogue between Rick and Ilsa referring to their love affair.
Warner Brothers released a heavily-edited version of Casablanca in West Germany in Important plot points were altered when the dialogue was dubbed into German.
Victor Laszlo was no longer a Resistance fighter who escaped from a Nazi concentration camp. Instead, he became a Norwegian atomic physicist who was being pursued by Interpol after he "broke out of jail.
A German version of Casablanca with the original plot was not released until Casablanca received "consistently good reviews".
Crowther noted its "devious convolutions of the plot", and praised the screenplay quality as "of the best" and the cast's performances as "all of the first order".
The trade paper Variety commended the film's "combination of fine performances, engrossing story and neat direction" and the "variety of moods, action, suspense, comedy and drama that makes Casablanca an A-1 entry at the b.
Some other reviews were less enthusiastic. The New Yorker rated it only "pretty tolerable" and said it was "not quite up to Across the Pacific , Bogart's last spyfest".
According to Warner Bros. In the seven decades since its production, the film has grown in popularity. Murray Burnett called it "true yesterday, true today, true tomorrow".
It was so popular that it began a tradition of screening Casablanca during the week of final exams at Harvard University , which continues to the present day.
Other colleges have adopted the tradition. Todd Gitlin , a professor of sociology who had attended one of these screenings, has said that the experience was "the acting out of my own personal rite of passage".
By , Casablanca was the most frequently broadcast film on American television. For actress Ingrid Bergman, this was one of her best-known roles.
There is something mystical about it. It seems to have filled a need, a need that was there before the film, a need that the film filled".
On the film's 50th anniversary, the Los Angeles Times called Casablanca ' s great strength "the purity of its Golden Age Hollywoodness [and] the enduring craftsmanship of its resonantly hokey dialogue".
Bob Strauss wrote in the newspaper that the film achieved a "near-perfect entertainment balance" of comedy, romance, and suspense. According to Roger Ebert , Casablanca is "probably on more lists of the greatest films of all time than any other single title, including Citizen Kane " because of its wider appeal.
Ebert opined that Citizen Kane is generally considered to be a "greater" film, but Casablanca "is more loved. Critic Leonard Maltin considers Casablanca "the best Hollywood movie of all time.
Rick, according to Rudy Behlmer , is "not a hero The other characters, in Behlmer's words, are "not cut and dried" and come into their goodness over the course of the film.
Renault begins as a collaborator with the Nazis who extorts sexual favors from refugees and has Ugarte killed. Even Ilsa, the least active of the main characters, is "caught in the emotional struggle" over which man she really loves.
By the end, however, "everybody is sacrificing. A remembrance written for the 75th anniversary published by The Washington Free Beacon said, "It is no exaggeration to say Casablanca is one of the greatest films ever made," making special note of the "intellectual nature of the film" and saying that "while the first time around you might pay attention to only the superficial love story, by the second and third and fourth viewings the sub-textual politics [of communitarianism and anti-isolationism] have moved to the fore.
A few reviewers have had reservations. To Pauline Kael , "It's far from a great film, but it has a special appealingly schlocky romanticism Casablanca is a very mediocre film.
The site's critics consensus reads: "An undisputed masterpiece and perhaps Hollywood's quintessential statement on love and romance, Casablanca has only improved with age, boasting career-defining performances from Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
Eighty-five of them read it; of those, thirty-eight rejected it outright, thirty-three generally recognized it but only eight specifically as Casablanca , three declared it commercially viable, and one suggested turning it into a novel.
Many subsequent films have drawn on elements of Casablanca. Passage to Marseille reunited actors Bogart, Rains, Greenstreet, and Lorre and director Curtiz in ,  and there are similarities between Casablanca and another later Bogart film, To Have and Have Not also Indirectly, it provided the title for the neo-noir film The Usual Suspects.
The film Casablanca was a plot device in the science-fiction television movie Overdrawn at the Memory Bank , based on John Varley 's story.
It was referred to in Terry Gilliam 's dystopian Brazil Because of its November release, the New York Film Critics decided to include the film in its award season for best picture.
Casablanca lost to In Which We Serve. As Bogart stepped out of his car at the awards ceremony, "the crowd surged forward, almost engulfing him and his wife, Mayo Methot.
It took 12 police officers to rescue the two, and a red-faced, startled, yet smiling Bogart heard a chorus of cries of 'good luck' and 'here's looking at you, kid' as he was rushed into the theater.
When the award for Best Picture was announced, producer Hal B. Wallis got up to accept, but studio head Jack L. Warner rushed up to the stage "with a broad, flashing smile and a look of great self-satisfaction," Wallis later recalled.
Casablanca had been my creation; Jack had absolutely nothing to do with it. As the audience gasped, I tried to get out of the row of seats and into the aisle, but the entire Warner family sat blocking me.
I had no alternative but to sit down again, humiliated and furious Almost forty years later, I still haven't recovered from the shock.
In , the film was one of the first 25 films selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
The film also ranked at number 28 on Empire ' s list of the Greatest Movies of All Time, which stated: "Love, honour, thrills, wisecracks and a hit tune are among the attractions, which also include a perfect supporting cast of villains, sneaks, thieves, refugees and bar staff.
But it's Bogart and Bergman's show, entering immortality as screen lovers reunited only to part. The irrefutible [ sic ] proof that great movies are accidents.
The film has been selected by the American Film Institute for many of their lists of important American films:.
Casablanca has been subjected to many readings; Semioticians account for the film's popularity by claiming that its inclusion of stereotypes paradoxically strengthens the film.
Thus Casablanca is not just one film. It is many films, an anthology. Made haphazardly, it probably made itself, if not actually against the will of its authors and actors, then at least beyond their control.
And this is the reason it works, in spite of aesthetic theories and theories of film making. For in it there unfolds with almost telluric force the power of Narrative in its natural state, without Art intervening to discipline it When all the archetypes burst in shamelessly, we reach Homeric depths.
Eco also singled out sacrifice as a theme, "the myth of sacrifice runs through the whole film". Koch also considered the film a political allegory.
Rick is compared to President Franklin D. Roosevelt , who gambled "on the odds of going to war until circumstance and his own submerged nobility force him to close his casino partisan politics and commit himself—first by financing the Side of Right and then by fighting for it".
The connection is reinforced by the film's title, which means " white house ". Harvey Greenberg presents a Freudian reading in his The Movies on Your Mind , in which the transgressions which prevent Rick from returning to the United States constitute an Oedipus complex , which is resolved only when Rick begins to identify with the father figure of Laszlo and the cause which he represents.
Rick, Herr Rick and boss as evidence of the different meanings which he has for each person. A subsequent two-disc special edition, containing audio commentaries, documentaries, and a newly remastered visual and audio presentation, was released in A Blu-ray release with new special features came out on December 2, ; it is also available on DVD.
It was eventually released as a stand-alone Blu-ray in September It includes a brand-new 4K restoration and new bonus material. Almost from the moment Casablanca became a hit, talk began of producing a sequel.
One titled Brazzaville in the final scene, Renault recommends fleeing to that Free French-held city was planned, but never produced.
Since then, no studio has seriously considered filming a sequel or outright remake. Stories of a Casablanca remake or sequel nonetheless persist.
In , the Daily Mail reported that Madonna was pursuing a remake set in modern-day Iraq. On radio there were several adaptations of the film. Two other thirty-minute adaptations were aired, one on Philip Morris Playhouse on September 3, , and the other on Theater of Romance on December 19, , in which Dooley Wilson reprised his role as Sam.
On television , there have been two short-lived series based upon Casablanca , both sharing the title. Presents in hour-long episodes from to , is a Cold War espionage program set contemporaneously with its production, and starred Charles McGraw as Rick and Marcel Dalio , who played Emil the croupier in the movie, as the police chief.
The book met with little success. Julius Epstein made two attempts to turn the film into a Broadway musical , in and , but neither made it to the stage.
Casablanca was part of the film colorization controversy of the s,  when a colorized version aired on the television network WTBS. I did it because I wanted to.
All I'm trying to do is protect my investment. The Library of Congress deemed that the color change differed so much from the original film that it gave a new copyright to Turner Entertainment.
When the colorized film debuted on WTBS, it was watched by three million viewers, not making the top-ten viewed cable shows for the week.
Although Jack Matthews of the Los Angeles Times called the finished product "state of the art", it was mostly met with negative critical reception.
Casablanca in color ended up being much blander in appearance and, overall, much less visually interesting than its predecessor.
Several unfounded rumors and misconceptions have grown up around the film, one being that Ronald Reagan was originally chosen to play Rick.
This originated in a press release issued by the studio early on in the film's development, but by that time the studio already knew that he was going into the Army, and he was never seriously considered.
Studio records make clear that Wallis was committed to Bogart from the start. Another story is that the actors did not know until the last day of shooting how the film was to end.
Koch later acknowledged:. When we began, we didn't have a finished script Ingrid Bergman came to me and said, 'Which man should I love more?
However, while rewrites did occur during filming, Aljean Harmetz's examination of the scripts has shown that many of the key scenes were shot after Bergman knew how the film would end; any confusion was, according to critic Roger Ebert , "emotional", not "factual".
The film has several logical flaws, one being the two "letters of transit" that enable their bearers to leave Vichy French territory.
Weygand had been the Vichy delegate-general for the North African colonies until November , a month before the film is set.
But de Gaulle was the head of the Free French government in exile , so a letter signed by him would have provided no benefit.
In the same vein, though Laszlo asserts that the Nazis cannot arrest him, saying, "This is still unoccupied France; any violation of neutrality would reflect on Captain Renault," Ebert points out, "It makes no sense that he could walk around freely.
He would be arrested on sight. According to Harmetz, the usual route out of Germany, at least for people in the film industry, was not via Morocco and Lisbon but via Vienna, Prague, Paris and England.
Only the film's technical adviser, Robert Aisner, traced the path to Morocco shown in the film's opening scene. A line closely associated with Casablanca —"Play it again, Sam"—is not spoken in the film.
Play ' As Time Goes By '. Conspirator uncredited Dewey Robinson Bouncer at Rick's uncredited Victor Romito Guest at Rick's uncredited Henry Rowland German Officer uncredited Richard Ryen Heinz - Strasser's Aide uncredited Dan Seymour Abdul uncredited Nick Shaid Arab uncredited Lester Sharpe Refugee uncredited Bhogwan Singh Merchant uncredited Dina Smirnova Woman Customer uncredited Gerald Oliver Smith Pickpocketed Englishman uncredited George Sorel Native Officer uncredited Geoffrey Steele Customer uncredited Ludwig Stössel Leuchtag uncredited Mike Tellegen Gambler uncredited Sid Troy Officer uncredited Rafael Trujillo Frenchman uncredited Ellinor Vanderveer Guest at Rick's uncredited Norma Varden German Officer with Yvonne uncredited Leo White Emile - Waiter uncredited Jack Wise Waiter uncredited Wolfgang Zilzer Bogart's tuxedo uncredited Eugene Joseff Edit page.
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