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Prowler [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Format : Plein écran, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : 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.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Vci Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 1 février 2011
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  • ASIN: B004C2523M
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Evelyn Keyes - who began to look more like Lana Turner as movie progressed 6 mars 2016
Par a walther - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
As much as I have learned to appreciate the acting range of Van Heflin (see "3 Musketeers" and "Shane" and "3:10 to Yuma") I was surprised how THE PROWLER had not much more to offer. Despite the extras telling me how Heflin's cop is the most perverted character of the 1940's - I just didn't get that "sleazy" of an appreciation for the movie or the character. As a matter-of-fact this "Prowler" manages to keep his foot in the door by 'playing hard to get!'
Anyways, Evelyn Keyes - who began to look more like Lana Turner as movie progressed, especially the platinum blonde hair - did not get anywhere near the 'juicy' role Lana Turner got in "A Postman Always Rings Twice". As a matter of fact her "married" woman who suspects the troubled, hates-his-job, cop 'boyfriend' is not what he might seem SUDDENLY gets dumb, or blind, because - oh, I don't know, she just gets naive because he was good in the sack...I guess. Oh, they almost knew each other from their high school days in Indiana, too.
The restoration of this movie by the UCLA film commission seems quite well done.
3 stars.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly underrated! 16 septembre 2015
Par Book Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Very compelling! By the 1950s, noir films had started losing their gritty edge. The stories softened out, and the moral lessons became a little more blatant. The Prowler maintains its grit, while at the same time, ventures into strange territory for a noir film. It's dark and sinister like the classics, but it's got a thread of sexual tension that many noir films lacked. The themes are complex; exploring the dangers of breaking social norms while at the same time, analyzing the oppressive elements within those social norms. Slow in a few places, but overall, this is well worth adding to any noir collection.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent film noir 18 juillet 2011
Par Elvin Ortiz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This story is different from other noir films I've seen albeit it shares some traits. A police officer murders in cold blood the husband of a woman he is interested in for financial reasons. The cop, Webb Garwood, meets Susan, the female protagonist, when he responds to a call of a prowler around her house. He immediately puts his eyes on the property and things that Susan owns through her marriage with a well to do radio host. Well aware that Susan is to inherit a considerable amount of money from her husband he sets out to conquer the woman's heart. This is not so difficult for him to do because she is a lonely housewife, there is a considerable difference in age between Susan and husband, and her husband always works at night at the radio. In addition to this, they both come from the same hometown. Once Webb is convinced that Susan loves her, he "prowls" the house by making noises around her house, knowing that she will call the police. Webb gets assigned immediately to check Susan's house. Once he gets there he hides in some bushes and shoots her husband making it look like an accident. A police investigation ensues, Susan suspects Webb of foul play in spite of her love for him, but he turns out innocent during trial. Later Webb sets out to reconquer Susan by convincing her that he killed her husband accidentally and they marry. After this, the plot takes a twist and turn that I bet will surprise everyone. I had never seen such a surprising plot device introduced to obliterate what could have been a perfect crime.

It is set effectively in black and white. Although the film is not difficult to understand, it communicates characters intentions subtly, so that you have to pay close attention to the body language and facial gestures of Webb and Susan to figure out hidden intentions. We notice also that Webb is the true "prowler" here as he masterminds his way into Susan's heart to be able to live a wealthy lifestyle that he may never achieve as a cop. So I think this film is worthwhile for any noir fan, or any film buff who loves to watch a challenging movie. Five thumbs up.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This Noir is a Mixed Bag 15 septembre 2013
Par David E. Baldwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
"The Prowler" is an interesting film that fell short of my expectations. It seems to draw most of its inspiration from James M. Cain notably "The Postman Always Rings Twice". Director Joseph Losey evokes a satisfactorily noirish mood and the script by Dalton Trumbo is provocative but it seemed to me that there was a deliberate attempt to push the envelope of the Production Code for the sake of pushing it. There's certainly any number of interesting twists here but ironically they are undermined by an ending that the Production Code people would approve of. The film's selling point would be the spellbinding performance of Van Heflin as Webb the disgruntled L.A. patrolman. His name is ironic because he is a tangle of malfeasance, self loathing, self pity, and manipulation. So effective is Heflin that he makes the psychotic Webb almost sympathetic. Evelyn Keyes as Susan, the frustrated housewife that Webb preys on, is another story. Keyes has the range of a Barbie doll and Heflin has to compensate for her shortcomings as an actress. I've read some of the reviews giving unqualified praise to the film probably more by its reputation than anything else. This is passable but not classic noir.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Film Noir of the Highest Order 21 avril 2011
Par Stargazer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Perusing through Amazon.com, I came across this soon to be released film, The Prowler, with Van Heflin as a nasty sleazy opportunist, preying on the naive, unhappily married,lonely wife (Evelyn Keyes)who meets cop Heflin when she calls the police after seeing a peeping tom was watching her take a bath.
The script is from the pen of Dalton Trumbo, a man targeted by the House of Un-American Activities,who spent years writing under pseudonyms,a very great writer indeed. It seems that with all this going for it, The Prowler couldn't miss - and it doesn't.
Heflin keeps returning to Keyes' home to check that she is ok, and the underlying sexual innuendo and double entendres raises the tension in the film as we wait and see how long it will be before he has wangled his way into her heart.
With Losey's tight direction, and Trumbo's wonderful script, backed up by fine performances of Heflin (I'd never seen him play such an evil role before this!)and Miss Keyes (always a good performer, why didn't her career take off ?,) this is a film to enjoy and appreciate - a true film noir at it's most suspenseful.
There are many twists and turns in this movie, and you'll have to avail yourself of the DVD to find out what happens. I won't spoil it for you, but it's a must.
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