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Hellcats of the Navy [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Ronald Reagan, Nancy Davis, Arthur Franz, Robert Arthur, William Leslie
  • Réalisateurs : Nathan Juran
  • Format : Anamorphique, Noir et blanc, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Japonais
  • Sous-titres pour sourds et malentendants : Anglais
  • 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.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Columbia Tristar Hom
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 1 janvier 1957
  • Durée : 82 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00008R9M5
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Reagan fan's treasure! 2 mars 2012
Par T. Fruge - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This movie is a time capsule giving us a view into the happier, sane times in America. It is introduced by no-less than Admiral Chester Nimitz, and features submarine Heroes such as Admiral Charles Lockwood, Commander of Sub-Pac and WWII sub ace.

Critics love to mock the "acting" in the movie, which frankly is not stellar, but still good. Truth is, I think they covertly despise the wholesome presentation of America and the prevailing values of that time which modern-day movies make a point of mocking. Too bad, the "values" (if they can rightly be called that) the have foisted on us all, have eroded this once-great Nation to the point where it is hardly recognizable as "America" anymore.

Seeing Ronald & Nancy so young really is worth having this movie on its own.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Extra Point for Pop 4 novembre 2012
Par Darrell A. Lane - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I saw this a decade ago with my dad who was a WWII vet and Purple Heart recipient times three (one for Korea); Pop was about two years away from senility and the onset of dementia and five years away from death when I watched this with him for the first time. He had been a life-long soldier, Catholic, Democrat and union man; he loved war movies (WWII was his fav, The Longest Day, especially), but after the Democrat support of the Teamster's cash grab during the Jimmy Hoffa scandal Pop lost faith in the so-called Working Man's Party and became more selective of character; that said, Pop loved John Wayne and Ronald Reagan. This was the only time I ever watched a Reagan movie with Pop.

I have since come to appreciate Reagan the actor and have seen about half a dozen of his movies.

My type of WWII movies are Where Eagle Dare, Tora, Tora, Tora, Midway, Force Ten from Navarone and Saving Private Ryan (the last film I saw in a theater with Pop)but every once in a blue moon I'll watch other WWII fare; recently I saw Ski Troop Attack, a Roger Corman classic, which wasn't too bad; others include Run Silent, Run Deep and this one, Hellcats of the Navy.

I am a Gen Xer so you might expect me to poo poo this one, but, nope, I actually enjoyed it. Yeah, it's a B-movie and there's a lot of 1940's patriotism (I think our country needs to rediscover this particular value while we still can) but it was fun...and had the added memory of Pop, too, who was very much of the same hero mindset as Ronald Reagan, John Wayne, Audie Murphy and Chuck Norris.

If you're open-minded and make a point to sample culture in a raw exploratory eagerness then you'll enjoy this little movie with the obligatory big heart. If not, the latest CGI treat is also available on Amazon.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A very good World War II action film 1 juillet 2012
Par steve_manassas - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
HELLCATS OF THE NAVY was the only film that Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis starred in together. In his autobiography, An American Life, Reagan, while looking back fondly on most of his film career, did not think much of this film. I had only seen clips of this movie until the digital channel Antenna TV ran it as part of its Memorial Day Heroes Marathon. When I saw the film, I said to myself, "What is wrong with this movie? Nothing!" and decided to purchase the DVD.

Reagan plays a submarine commander named Casey Abbott, who is involved in a dangerous mission to try to cut off the flow of supplies between China and Japan. Davis plays Abbott's girlfriend, Nurse Lieutenant Helen Blair, who cares for Abbott after he is injured during a hazardous maneuver that left him swimming in the water alone.

Arthur Franz plays Lieutenant Commander Don Landon, who is Abbott's second-in-command and rival for Blair's affections.

The action scenes are very entertaining, and the chemistry between real-life husband and wife Reagan and Davis is obvious onscreen.

Some critics faulted the direction and the plot, but I enjoyed the film very much.

Not much in the way of DVD extras, except for trailers for The Bridge on the River Kwai, From Here to Eternity, and The Guns of Navarone. No trailer for HELLCATS itself, though.

This stands alongside his best Warner Bros. films (available in the Ronald Reagan Centennial Collection) as one of the future President's better efforts.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Hellcats of the Navy: A presidential leader is born. 28 décembre 2013
Par Hawkeye - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Although a “B” movie actor, Ronald Reagan is one of my favorites. This WWII naval submarine warfare drama illustrates his remarkable leadership qualities of command that allowed him the abilities to play the ultimate command as President of The United States of America.

This 1947 film is in B&W but has been re-mastered in high resolution and is the only feature film Reagan and Nancy (Davis) Reagan have appeared together. Reagan’s lead performance as Commander Casey Abbott displayed the same demeanor I witnessed when I met the President in October of 1984.

I did not appreciate the movie creators’ use of footage of USA PT Boats substituted for Japanese destroyers; a Japanese midget submarine to represent the submarine, USN Sea Ray; and also the usage of 20th Century Fox, “Crash Dive,” 1943 film excerpt from a raid on an enemy harbor. Columbia could not come up with better? Come-on Man! I saw this movie as a kid and I still play it and Crash Dive on a yearly basis.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Just Decent Work They Did on This old WWII U.S. Naval Tribute Movie More Than Anything Else... 18 novembre 2013
Par Jamazon - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Because I admired and loved our beloved former and late President and First Lady, I bought this movie that they happened to have acted together only ONCE. Having grown up from the late 60's and now in my 40's I've watched many golden era actors/actresses of those post WWII movies, I knew Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis were considered B-rated actors of their time, so I didn't buy this for seeing if they were 'oscar winning materials'. I just wanted to see them in their black and white looks in younger days, together, and honor their memories and also pay homage and honor our glorious golden era veterans who happen to served in the U.S. Navy then in viewing this very old movie. First, I loan it to my dad, who's in his 2nd half of his 70's, and he was pretty critical. I had to defend the main man and woman of this "H.o.t.N." movie to say to my dad if they were A-grade actors, California would not have a great late Governor, and we'd not have, as a nation, a great 2terms President who helped spear-headed the end of the "Cold War" with the Soviet! It's not often I won over a debate on history with my dad, mind you!
So on this movie, I'd say if you admired these 2 and adored them for whom they became in later in life as a great white house couple who served this country well, imho, then you folks will enjoy this and at least rate it as C- to B+ in truth, and B+ or more because we've known their better selves later on in life, and C- because as actors they were a little dry from our usual grade A's actors/actresses of their time that had more..uhmm…glamour appeals, shall we say?
Bottom line, if you've loved them as I did, your average score for the of this movie would be somewhere between C- to B+, but I doubt you're that bias enough in their favor to rate this movie an A.
Bottom line: It's worth your time to buy and watch this movie if you've came to love them as former and late President and First Lady to watch this movie, if not, don't bother. Its more of a tribute service to the U.S. Naval services and Armed Forces for these 2 to work together to do that movie than to try to climb the Hollywood "appeals ladder", imo.
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