• detail Casablanca  - 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray
  • detail Casablanca  - 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

Casablanca

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Czech title:
Casablanca
Title:
Casablanca [USA, 1942]
Language:
CZ dabing, CZ titulky
Audio:
czech czech Dolby Digital 1.0, english english DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0, francouzský (Paříž) Dolby Digital 1.0, italský Dolby Digital 1.0, mandarínský Dolby Digital 1.0, hungarian hungarian Dolby Digital 1.0, German German Dolby Digital 1.0, polish polish komentář Dolby Digital 1.0, španělský (Kastilie) Dolby Digital 1.0, španělský (Latinská Amerika) Dolby Digital 1.0
Subtitles:
czech czech, english english for the deaf, chinese zjednodušené, chinese, french (Paříž), Dutch, italian for the deaf, korean, hungarian hungarian, German German for the deaf, polish polish, romanian romanian, spanish (Kastilie), spanish (Latin America)
Lenght:
102 minutes
Video:
16:9 Pillar 1.37:1 2160 HDR
Carrier (platform):
4K ULTRA HD Blu-ray
Directors:
Čsfd rating:
84%
EAN:
8595165387551
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Casablanca: the way there is easy, but the way back is not. Especially if you're one of those in the Nazis' crosshairs. The most wanted is the Czech resistance leader Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid), who puts his hopes in the hands of the cynical American Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart). But he won't stick his neck out for anyone. For no one except Victor's wife Ilsa, the former lover who broke his heart.



When Ilsa offers herself to him in exchange for her husband's safe passage out of the country, a bitter Rick must decide what's more important to him-his happiness or people's lives. Casablanca won three Academy Awards, including Best Picture...

CASABLANCA - TECHNICAL DATA

Music: Max Steiner

Script: Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein, Howard Koch, Casey Robinson, Murray Burnett

Cinematography: Arthur Edeson

Production: Hal B. Wallis

Bonus features:




  • Introduction with Lauren Bacall

  • Two separate commentaries by Roger Ebert and film historian Rudy Behlmer



 





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