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The Sea Wolves [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, David Niven, Trevor Howard, Barbara Kellerman
  • Réalisateurs : Andrew V. McLaglen
  • Format : Anamorphique, Closed-captioned, Couleur, Dolby, Plein écran, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, 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.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Studios
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 23 novembre 1999
  • Durée : 120 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
  • ASIN: 0790742837
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 136.253 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Meme si on peut regretter (encore que) que les acteurs soient un peu trop vieux lors du film on aurait aimé les memes en+jeunes , force est de constater que c'est un tres bon film a "l'ancienne" avec qq acteurs archi pro associés a d'autres visages connus a defaut d'etre des stars surtt en france. cette histoire est inspiré de faits reels et bien sur ils assurent. le truc etrange c'est que ce film est situé entre les oies sauvages et les loups de haute mer et prtant ce dernier est bcp -reussi et pourtant il est sorti alors comme disent les internautes pourquoi n'est il pas encore sorti la logique? en ts cas pr celui qui l'a deja vu on peut le mettre (chacun ses preferences) avec la canons de navaronne/les12salopards/les oies sauvages/qd les aigles attaquent voir p.etre les navy seals; ts ont le point commun d'etre assez divertissants avec des acteurs tres apprecies du pubblic. j'espere une edition bientot, ça serait bete de ne pas l'avoir ds sa dvdtheque. perso j'aime tjrs roger moore , gregory peck est un gd acteur et l'association avec david niven (deja malade je crois) en fait un film de groupes fort jouissif ...malgré l'age.
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Pour les amateurs de ce film je vous signale qu'il vient de sortir en version française le
14 mars 2013 en exclusivite a la FNAC;
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Excellent film qui allie espionnage et action commando et interprété par une pléiade d'acteurs bien dans leur peau.
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139 internautes sur 145 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Good Way to Spend a Couple Hours 17 août 2003
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Format: DVD
This film is a throwback to the classic war films pre-Saving Private Ryan. Since that film, a very good one I might add, Hollywood has attempted to out-blood n' gore itself with each new war movie. Well that's certainly a part of war, possibly THE single most important part at the personal level of conflict, but it's not necessary for a film to entertain. If all you want is to see suffering, spend a Friday night at any inner city ER. No, The Sea Wolves is something more. It tells the tale of a band of aged Boer War veterans enlisted by the British Special Operations Executive to conduct a clandestine raid on a German merchant ship transmitting intelligence to U-boats cruising the Indian Ocean. As is usually the case with Hollywood, the film takes some liberties with the actual event but it is quite entertaining nonetheless. David Niven is superb, as always. Gregory Peck's role was equalling well done, if one can excuse the rather poor English accent that tends to fade in and out. The tongue-in-cheek, very British exchanges between he and Roger Moore are quite enjoyable. I hadn't seen this movie in 20+ years and it is as entertaining as ever. I'm happy to see that lesser known films like The Sea Wolves are making it onto DVD. Just don't expect lots of body parts flying about or language that would make Mike Tyson blush.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 WW II True Story of Saving Shipping from U-Boats off India 20 décembre 1999
Par Forrest R. Hansen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Gregory Peck, Roger Moore and David Niven are the lead actors in this true story having taken place in WW II in India and Goa. It is shot on location where it happened, giving great authenicity to the scenes and how they took place. I think just about every older English actor who has appeared in any war films is present here. This was one of the reasons I liked the film. A gathering of "old" friends in one place from the other films gives it credence as you know they are well trained, in a way. This is sort of like "The Wild Geese", same cast of characters in the support roles. The print of the film in 1.85 to 1 letterbox is of great quality. The surround sound works well. While the subject matter of getting the sinking of ships stopped is serious, there are many very funny spots as the older men of the Light Horse get geared up for war after 40 some years. There is one especially tender moment when David Niven is shaving at 5am and his wife is worried about another woman. Both Gregory Peck and Roger Moore play their respective characters believably. Not sure why they didn't check one character out............
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent and TRUE Last Hurrah for The Light Horse! 1 octobre 2005
Par D. K. Hingle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I first saw this film on HBO. I tuned in because two long-time favourites (Roger Moore & Patrick Macnee) were listed. I watched it over several times, bought it on VHS, and now own it on DVD.

This is based on a true event in WWII, when the British were losing cargo to a U-Boat pack in the Indian Ocean. Since the problem stemmed from the neutral Portugese port of Goa, nothing 'official' could be done. The Calcutta Light Horse, a group of retired British military, are recruited to do the impossible, and pulled it off. The event was declassified in 1980, and the film was made. Most of the cast is portraying actual persons involved, as shown in the end credits.

To play the 'past prime' Light Horse members, the film recruited major names: David Niven, Trevor Howard, Kenneth Griffith, Morgan Sheppard, Patrick Allen, Glyn Houston, and a cadre of others you will know. The "thin on top, thick in the middle" troops are led by professional soldiers Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, and Patrick Macnee. Peck plays Col. Lewis Pugh, a colonel whose family was in Coventry when it was plastered by the Luftwaffe. Moore plays Capt. Gavin Stewart, a bit of a playboy who falls for local lovely spy Barbara Kellerman. Macnee plays Major "Yogi" Crossley, the explosives expert fond of reading the paper while standing on his head. All cast members are well up to the task. Most memorable of the supporting cast is Wilton who is charged with nursing the engines of their rather creaky craft. When told he has to stay on the ship rather than going aboard the target vessel, Wilton says: "Request permission to say, 'S--t' sir."

The fun is watching these men train for the mission; the suspense is watching them perform it. To a man, the whole Light Horse volunteered for the mission, despite knowing there was no pay, recognition, medals, or any form of compensation. With only one fatality, despite overwhelming odds and several casualties, they manage.

The only flaw of the film, for me, is Peck's British accent which is overdone when present and tends to fade in and out. Director Andrew McLaglen should have dispensed with it entirely. (MacLaglen also directed Moore in 'fflokes,' another offbeat role for The Saint whose name was Bond.)

Action, humour, romance, suspense - all based on a true story - this one has it all, including a title & credit sequences of the actual event.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A superb cast... 24 décembre 2008
Par Esperanza Reynolds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Recently, we read Roger Moore's book "My Word is my Bond" and thanks to this excellent biography of all the work accomplished by Roger Moore, we became familiar with movies we had never seen by our favorite... Bond, James Bond. So, we are trying to see all his films.

In The Sea Wolves, Roger Moore stars with Gregory Peck, David Niven, Trevor Howard and Barbara Kellerman among many wonderful stars.

The plot revolves around retired British military men who now form part of "The Calcutta Light Horse," a club where they play games, drink, party, and reminisce about the days when they lived the action of war.

Goa, a Portuguese colony, is India's smallest state in terms of area and the fourth smallest in population. Located on the west coast of India, it is located in the region known as the Konkan. To the north we find Maharashtra, to the east and south Karnataka and to the west, the Arabian Sea. In his book, Roger Moore tells us that the film took place close to Christmas and they wanted to have a meal as they did back home, with turkey, stuffing, Christmas pudding and all the trimmings, so they set out to recreate an English meal in Goa... to no avail.

This film is based on a true story. In 1943, German merchant ships used to gather information and sink Allied war vessels. Two British officers, masterfully played by Roger Moore and Gregory Peck are sent to Goa to search for clues as to how the information is relayed and to put a stop to the casualties. Roger Moore meets a woman and falls in love with her without realizing that she is dangerous to say the least.

The design a plan to sink the German ships and they turn for help to the retired military men of The Calcutta Light Horse Club. These men can't wait to get into action and it is quite fun to see the preparation they undergo to get back in shape. Patrick Macnee of the series "The Avengers" is part of the team. At first we did not recognize him because he was missing his John Steed umbrella and hat, but the voice gave him away.

As the movie progresses, the men learn that their mission entails destroying German ships and it is quite fun to see how delighted they are to get back into action after over 40 years of rest.

Thanks to Roger Moore's book, we also learn lots about the close relationship the actor had with both Gregory Peck and David Niven and how Niven discovers that he suffered from motor neurone disease because while he walked his daily routine, he could not lift his heel off the ground.

The film is based on a great story and on real facts, the action is superb and the plot, interesting and filled with humor.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 How would you like to blow up two or three enemy ships in a neutral harbor? 11 février 2009
Par Roberto Frangie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The film opens with incredibly accurate information that Forty-six freighters were sunk by the German submarines in the Indian Ocean in the past few weeks... The U-boats know exactly where and when to strike...

On one hand, we also know that the Portuguese authorities dismantled the ships' radios when they gave them permission to stay there... On the other, if Radio Monitoring is right, and the transmitter is actually in the harbor, it must be on a ship...

Not being able to break the code, the British Intelligence has to find out from where the information to those U-boats originates... To find whoever heads the spy ring, and to get rid of the transmitter without forgetting to violate Portugal's neutrality...

Now if a British Commando cannot violate Goa's neutral status, they might have to turn to amateurs... The Light Horse has not been in action as a unit since the Boer War in 1900... If they were caught, it might be taken as a drunken escapade... We are speaking about ex-soldiers on holiday, stealing a river ferry, sailing it the whole way round India from Calcutta to Cochin... and then heading for the neutral port of Mormugoa, Portuguese colony...

In that port, at anchor is a German ship, the Ehrenfels... Their job is to seize that ship, or sink her where she is... Also in that port are two other German ships so if they can knock them off at the same time, so much the better...

As you can see it is a crucial operation where many allied lives might be saved...

David Niven is the only man with any experience at sea...Charlie Wilton will remain aboard to nurse the engine of the old tub... Trevor Howard will have his only chance to settle accounts for his boy killed in Burma... Roger Moore has to deal with some spies... Peck has to lead the whole suicide adventure...

The film moves along beautifully, reaching an exciting and tense climax... Don't miss it!
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