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  • Acteurs : Rossano Brazzi, Mitzi Gaynor, John Kerr, Ray Walston, Juanita Hall
  • Réalisateurs : Rossano Brazzi, Mitzi Gaynor, John Kerr, Ray Walston, Juanita Hall
  • Format : Couleur, Dolby, PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0), Français (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Sous-titres : Français, Anglais
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 2.20:1
  • Nombre de disques : 2
  • Studio : 20th Century Fox
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 17 mai 2006
  • Durée : 167 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
  • ASIN: B000EQHSW8
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DVD 1 :
Fonction karaoké
Commentaire audio de Ted Chapin et Gérard Alessandri
DVD 2 :
Road Show Version (140')
Reportages (notes de production, documentaires)
Chansons additionnelles
Commentaire audio de Richard Barrios

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Edition remasterisée
Boîtier keep case avec surétui


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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Jo Ann Darricades le 1 avril 2013
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Une ré-édition très réussie sur le plan technique et qui n'a pas vieilli grâce à son statut de classique film de guerre et comédie musicale en même temps! Nous l'avons attendu longtemps ! Merci!!
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3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par B. Chandler le 27 mai 2007
Format: DVD
Based on James Michener's book `Tales of the South Pacific', this Rodgers & Hammerstein's play is adapted for the big screen.

There are overlapping stories of different people with extremely different backgrounds and how the cope or not with each other in a time of adversity during the second world war in the south pacific.

This is a musical and the songs (most have the feel of the 50's, others are timeless) tell the story best of all. Be sure to also obtain the soundtrack.

Different colored filters are used in filming this movie to give you different atmospheric feelings to match the songs. It also poses a sort of dream like quality to the story.

You will recognize that many of the best actors of the time were picked. This includes recently deceased Ray Walston who played Luther Billis.

There was some decision to do some dubbing of the songs; however it does not distract form the ambiance of the film or the nature of the story.

So prepare to be absorbed in the Tales of the South Pacific.
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Par pascal le 9 avril 2014
Format: DVD
Contrairement au descriptif et à ce qui est inscrit sur la jaquette, la version française n'est pas disponible
Pour les courageux, il ne vous reste plus qu'à lire le sous-titrage français approximatif... pendant 2h31
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2 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par B. Chandler le 5 juin 2005
Format: DVD
This is an exceptional movie on many levels. The adaptation from play to screen carried without the look and feel. The music outsells the movie. They picked the best actors for EVERY part. The use of colored filters [Todd-AO (70-mm version)] and actually using a remote island (Tioman Island, Malaysia) added to the exotic feel. The social implications are still with us today.
With all the cinema options today I almost forgot that I had this tape until yesterday when Ray Walston who played Luther Billis died. I keep thinking of "Honey Bun" Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II Music by Richard Rodgers Performed by Mitzi Gaynor, Ray Walston, and Chorus.
Do not let all this dubbing or comparing to plays discourages you from a good movie. I think they should have dubbed Madonna in Evita with some one who had range and resonance.
I do not want to rehash the story. However it is about how people from different cultures are thrown together in a remote south Pacific location during WWII. And how the deal with different problems and personalities.
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319 internautes sur 332 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Terrific Adaptation of the Broadway Classic 12 décembre 1999
Par Christopher T Koppel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
I first saw South Pacific when it was released in 1958 at the age of 10, and remember being totally overwhelmed by the orchestrations, performances and photography. Over the years I have regularly heard the film trashed by critics and many members of the public, so I was curious to see how I would respond to it now when I recently bought the video. Well, maybe it's just me, but I found the film as thrilling and beautiful as I did forty years ago. I agree with everyone else that it was a mistake to use those colored filters in many of the sequences, but the film still packs a heck of an emotional whallop, and I think along with The King and I stands out as the most successful of the Rogers and Hammerstein shows put on film. The weakest of the cast is John Kerr, who is somewhat wooden; however, Juanita Hall is magnificent as Bloody Mary (she will never be surpassed in the role she createwd on Braodway), Rossano Brazzi is thoroghly convincing as Emille DeBeque (even if he was dubbed by Giorgio Tozzi), and Mitzi Gaynor gives an unforgettable performance as Nelly Forbrush. Of all of the criticism one hears of South Pacific, to me the most puzzling is the bashing of Mitzi Gaynor, who to me is not only excellent but perfection in the role. I realize a lot of this probably stems from anger that Mary Martin didn't get the role and is basically sour grapes, but the fact is Ms. Martin was too old to be convincing in 1958. The scenes in which Ms. Gaynor struggles with her small-town prejudices are moving and very real, and when Bloody Mary brings Liat to her to find Lieutenant Cable, who has been killed, it breaks one's heart. Anyway, the movie still knocks me out, even if that makes me, as Nelly Forbrush calls herself, a "knucklehead." The incredible photography, gorgeous music, and theme of the need to triumph over bigotry which is still so relevant even today, makes this film a 5-star winner in my book. As trite as it sounds, "They don't make 'em like that anymore!"
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Wait for the Real Thing 26 mai 2006
Par Les G. Solomon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Beware all those South Pacific fans....the best version ever to be released on DVD is on its way. For reasons no one seems to know America is the last country in the world to see the 2 disc edition of this classic movie musical. Writing from Australia where the special 2 disc edition has been available for some time, my suggestion is to wait for the real thing --it is worth it. The early edition which is the only one available on American Amazon is and has always been poorly adapted to DVD. The new version is finally 16.9 widescreen version and, wait for it, there are two versions and the second one is superior in that it is the complete 171 minute version of the film, uncut at last with scenes just about nobody (unless you were privy to the original roadshow screenings in the fifties in the States)has seen. You will see things that always seemed peculiar to me suddenly make sense (although, strangely the uncut version of "Wash that Man" remains lost, now probably forever)But this is a real treat and add twenty minutes from the Ford Tv special starring the original Broadway casts, two expert audio commentaries on both versions and a 60 minutes special on James Michener returning to the islands one more time and you have something worth waiting for......IF it ever gets a release in the States that is..!!!!
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More than a love story. And the music is great! 9 février 2003
Par Linda Linguvic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
With the world a little shaky now, it's a real pleasure to be able to put on a DVD and take a trip down memory lane to 1958 when South Pacific was released in movie theaters. The Rogers and Hammerstein score sets the tone for this musical adaptation of the Broadway show that was based on Tales of the South Pacific" by James Mitchener.
The story is set on an island in the South Pacific during WW2. The Japanese are entrenched in a nearby island and are bombing American forces that go near, but life is sweet for the G.I.s at the naval base. Mitzi Gaynor, cast as a nurse, is beginning a romance with an older distinguished French planter played by Rossano Brazzi. John Kerr is a young lieutenant who comes to the island to convince the planter to risk his life to spy for the Americans. And Juanita hall is the older native woman who pushes her daughter, the lovely France Nuyen, at John Kerr. The music is excellent and the words of the songs really do move the story along.
The theme however, is more than a love story. It deals with racism and the tragedy of war too. And these themes are what held it all together for me. It's a great human statement surrounded by wonderful familiar melodies that I'm still humming this morning. I loved it. And I didn't even care that, with the exception of Rossano Brazzi and Ray Walston, whose role as a sailor who always has a scheme and adds some really funny comic relief to this tale of love and war, the acting in general was mediocre. Everyone else gave rather stilted performances, and Mitzi Gaynor might be pretty, but she can't quite show a wide range of emotion. Also, the songs were all dubbed and obviously so. But that was the way Hollywood did things in those days. It's also interesting to note what the standard for beauty was in 1958. With the exception of the dancers, it was youth alone and not workouts in the gym that shaped the actors' bodies. Narrow waists were in style for the women, but hips were allowed to flare naturally.
I loved South Pacific in spite of its few faults. It was great entertainment even though it didn't make me forget the prospect of war. If you've never seen this film, don't miss it. And if you've seen it before, it's certainly worth a revisit. Highly recommended.
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A Hauntingly Beautiful Film 27 mars 2001
Par gobirds2 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
Hauntingly beautiful motion picture of Rodgers & Hammerstein's play, based on James Michener's book `Tales of the South Pacific' is full of atmosphere and has a strange mystical quality of far away places about it. The story is almost disturbing as the beautiful images of the South Pacific are juxtaposed against the background of W.W.II. The film moves at an enjoyable and leisurely pace but the viewer is always left with an underlying feeling of uneasiness pondering what the climax will bring to the main characters. This can be attributed to the dual love stories and the guilt, prejudices and insecurities felt by the two Americans toward their foreign love interests. Mitzi Gaynor as Nurse Nellie Forbush falls in love with the mysterious French plantation owner, Emile De Becque played by Rossano Brazzi. New arrival to the island, USMC Lt. Cable played by John Kerr meets and falls in love with the beautiful native girl Liat played by France Nuyen. The Americans, out of their environment are intoxicated by the almost unnatural beauty of the island thanks to Leon Shamroy's colorful and inventive location Cinematography. For me John Kerr's performance always stood out. He always seemed distant and truly disturbed by his own feelings. "You've Got to Be Taught" was a wonderful song expressing his feelings and Bloody Mary's outrage at his rejection of her daughter matched the ugliness of his own feelings. The images in this film are indelible and the overall effect evokes many moods and emotions. The movie has been critically misjudged and neglected for years. I think this has to do with the structure of the film. It is rather unconventional and does not follow a smooth narrative flow. I call it an emotional flow. The main character definitely appears to be Nellie Forbush given Mitzi Gaynor's energetic performance. Her concerns about Emile De Becque seem a little contrived, but that is intentional because in fact it should be. Rossano Brazzi is the mysterious Frenchman because we are simply told that he is mysterious. France Nuyen as Liat is very beautiful and desirable but even the viewer knows that a meaningful relationship with Lt. Cable is impossible. So all the emotions we feel as the viewer are pent up in just as they are in Lt. Cable. And John Kerr as Lt. Cable is really the odd man out. He is the tragic figure. He must either go back home or face his catharsis. The film has no strong main male character on the surface. Both men seem introverted and it is fitting that they both team together on the perilous mission. One man wanted to return and the other couldn't. "Bali H'ai" is a fitting song expressing all our feelings for what lies beyond the beautiful horizon of life and the examination of those feelings. "Some Enchanted Evening" beautifully expresses in song what can only be felt by the heart. This is a beautiful film. I never realized how good it was until I played it again just recently. Perhaps I am now a little older and a little wiser but the images in this film still hold a bit of mystery for me.
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It's no mystery to me why so many people love this film. 31 juillet 2004
Par John M Walker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I give this film 5 stars not because it's without fault, but because it manages to convey to the audience things they appreciate, and in fact justify in their minds why they watch movies in the first place. Sounds simple, but it is simply incredible how this recipe for success seems to be forgotten, or maybe it is just disdained as tripe for bumpkins. Well, hooray for us bumpkins.

This film shares a very important trait with "Sayonara" (with Marlon Brando and Red Buttons [two Oscars]); that is, it is an adaptation of a novel by James Michener where the screenplay is superior to the novel. This is not a slam against Michener. I avidly read "Tales of the South Pacific" and its sequel, the underappreciated "Return to Paradise." I enjoy both of these books very much -- they are very well crafted.

However, I would have to agree with those, including Michener himself, who describe him as a narrator, not a master of drama or romance. The way in which these screenplays amend his stories for film is very intelligently done.

Some points made by the detractors of this film are valid (but I disagree with the complaints about casting -- I think everyone, including John Kerr is just fine); but forget about the filters, and just enjoy the film. This film gives viewers some things to connect with. The love stories of this film are more interesting because of the theme of interracial romance. While youngsters seeing this film will probably wonder what's the big deal, this subject was still sensitive enough in 1957 to justify some not-too-subtle messages that open-mindedness is good and bigotry is bad. Anyway, the audience is clearly induced to be rooting for Nellie and Emile, and Joe Cable and Liat to end up together, and it's exactly this kind of prompting that tends to make viewers connect with and enjoy a movie.

Of course the main point of any musical is to entertain, and that it does with its songs and scenes. This is my second favorite musical, behind "My Fair Lady," which in my judgement is hands-down the greatest musical ever made. Most of the songs, words and music, in "South Pacific" are truly cleverly wrought -- the kind of stuff you like to have bouncing around in your head.

Each and every time I watch this film I am left charmed and delighted.
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