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  • Acteurs : Robert Morse, Jonathan Winters, Anjanette Comer, Dana Andrews, Milton Berle
  • Réalisateurs : Tony Richardson
  • Scénaristes : Christopher Isherwood, Evelyn Waugh, Terry Southern
  • Producteurs : Haskell Wexler, John Calley, Neil Hartley
  • Format : Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol, Français
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 20 juin 2006
  • Durée : 122 minutes
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  • ASIN: B000ERVK4O
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HASH(0x9cc6845c) étoiles sur 5 A Great Adaptation 17 mai 2003
Par Bruce Kendall - Publié sur
Format: DVD
This is another film that's been secreted away in the MGM vaults that just cries out to be adequately transferred to DVD.
Talent abounds here. Start with a great director in Tony Richardson (Tom Jones, A Delicate Balance, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, The Entertainer, etc) who is the perfect choice for such a project. Have Christopher Isherwood and Terry Southern adapt the screenplay from a wonderful Evelyn Waugh novel. Assemble a perfect cast, including James Coburn and Dana Andrews, Milton Berle, Tab Hunter, Roddy McDowall, Margaret Leighton and Liberace (unforgettably!) in cameo roles. Feature the likes of Rod Steiger (why didn't he try more comedy? He's brilliant here!), John Gielgud, Jonathan Winters in memorable supporting roles and top it off with excellent leads in Robert Morse and Anjanette Comer (both relative unknowns at the time, but perfect for the roles).
How could the movie not be memorable?
Suffice it to say it holds up amazingly well after almost 40 years. It has to rank as one of the great classic comedies of the sixties.
The plot revolves around a young English twit named Dennis Barlow (Morse) who shows up at his uncle's (Gielgud's) doorstep, having won his air passage to LAX through some absurd stroke of luck. He has no money and his gregarious uncle takes him in and introduces him to the expatriated Brits that inhabit LA. Chief among these is the snobbish Sir Ambrose Abercrombe (Morley) who takes an instant dislike to Barlow, whom he feels doesn't adequately represent the proper English gentleman (and he doesn't). In short order, Uncle Francis is canned by his crass Hollywood Studio boss (McDowall), in spite of the fact that he has been a faithful employee for 30 years. Unwilling to face the future at his advanced age, Uncle Francis hangs himself beside the decrepit pool that represents his sagging fortunes.

It's at this stage that the movie shifts satirical gears and the humor gets darker and darker. Waugh's study of American mores and materialistic mindset as represented by the funeral industry is brilliantly captured by the screnwriters, director and cast. It's a great ensemble effort from a once in a lifetime creative team. THE LOVED ONE deserves a broad DVD release, hopefully in the not too distant future.
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HASH(0x9c481204) étoiles sur 5 Black comedy? The darkest. 29 décembre 2001
Par jim yoakum - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Brilliant. Disturbing. Perplexing. Hilarious. Neglected.
Screenwriter Terry Southern (with the equally brilliant Christopher Isherwood) are the true stars here, having drafted and crafted a movie that's both truly disturbing and hilarious. One of Southern's finest film scripts (a worthy equal to his Dr Strangelove and Easy Rider scripts), The Loved One is an unjustly ignored and forgotten gem from a time when smart comedies were not only critically lauded but publically applauded. Demand the release on DVD!
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HASH(0x9cd988c0) étoiles sur 5 Favorite Black Comedy 11 décembre 2006
Par Jim M. - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I consider this one of those rarest of movies: a film that is better than the book it is based upon. That's not to put down Waugh's wonderful book, but Waugh was a gentleman, which meant he went for subtlety--the right move when writing about English upper class, but not when dealing with Hollywood. The film nails the absurdity of Hollywood and the death culture that feeds off it. Rod Steiger turns in the most entertaining performance of his career. John Waters clearly got a lot of ideas from this movie (although I have never heard him cop to it). My only complaint about this DVD is that it doesn't include, with the extras, the excised footage of Jayne Mansfield and Ruth Gordon. I use this movie as a litmus test. If I show this movie to someone and they don't like, that's pretty much the last time they are invited to my house.
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HASH(0x9cd988b4) étoiles sur 5 Nothing Much to Add... 20 mai 2004
Par Wayne A. - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
In a parallel universe this is a flick that's as well known as Strangelove or The Producers. Yes, Steiger should have done more comedy--he's incredible in this movie.
I write this with the hope that someone out there is adding up the votes for a DVD release. I'll also add that the long out of print "Catalogue of Cool" dubbed 1962 " The Last Good Year." After that...well, we lost a lot of our wit, charm, whimsy, humanity, and creativity to Viet Nam, Watergate, and all the other dreariness--from Reaganism to Political Correctness--that led up to this uniquely ugly moment in history. There were a lot of sharp films made in the late Fifties to early Sixties that had qualities sadly lacking since--check out Wilder's "One, Two, Three" or "Inherit the Wind." One reviewer notes that "The Loved One" is black comedy without the nihilism. I agree and that's kind of what I mean. This era of film deserves a re-examination and we could all probably learn a lot from it.
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HASH(0x9cd98a70) étoiles sur 5 Dark Farce 19 mai 2006
Par John Ellis - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Based on Evelyn Waugh's tighter and nearly perfect novel about Hollywood, the British colony there and the capitalistic approach to death, "The Loved One" is full of vinegar, bile, pique and nerve, which is a rare thing from Hollywood. Actors who were often asked to do little get a chance to play dark cogs in the wheels of the industries of entertainment and undertaking here: particularly Tab Hunter as the guide on a mortuary tour and Liberace as a coffin salesman, absolute perfection. Jonathan Winters gets his best role in film as twin brothers, one of whom would be God if it weren't a step down. John Gielgud gives a priceless performance, even after he is dead. Robert Morse is slightly miscast as the English Candide, mostly because he doesn't master the accent. Rod Steiger gives his most bizarre performance looking eerily like he did late in life, sans the blonde toupee. Even Milton Berle is really good, playing it completely straight for once. The lunatic idea at the end - shooting coffins into space - was actually floated during the Reagan administration, which this film foreshadows in very strange ways. The message at the end - move to England - was prescient. Perhaps this is the best film to capture the absurdities of California. If you are free of any sense of irony, you'll hate this.

Story from friend who worked on it: Gielgud was shooting his little monologue, a parody of the "This sceptered isle" speech, and a crew member directly in his line of sight thoughtfully picked his nose throughout. Gielgud finished the take, paused so it could be cut, then said, "Dear boy, when the knuckles of your finger reach the bridge of your nose, wave."
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