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Warner Bros & The Homefront Collection [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Bette Davis, John Garfield, Eddie Cantor, Dennis Morgan, George Murphy
  • Réalisateurs : David Butler, Delmer Daves, Michael Curtiz
  • Scénaristes : Delmer Daves, Arthur Schwartz, Casey Robinson, Claude Binyon, Everett Freeman
  • Format : Coffret, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • 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 : 3
  • Studio : Warner Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 11 novembre 2008
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  • ASIN: B001D7T44C
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Meanwhile, Back At the Ranch 12 février 2011
Par R. Deniston - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Wow. This collection is a virtual museum of mid-World War Two entertainment. Warner Bros. did an excellent job of recreating something of what it would have been like to see these films in the theatre, and it's a must-see for anyone who is interested in the time period. Or, for that matter, anyone who enjoys the work of Joan Leslie, who is in all three films and is her usual sweetheart self.

"This Is the Army" features stellar music by Irving Berlin. I actually have sung the title song to my son, and even when he was a baby he thought it was extremely funny. The key phrase when thinking of "Army" is "PERIOD PIECE." There's a minstral show (it was okay back then, though today's audiences may squirm), there are lots of guys in drag (go with it), and there are plenty of antics, such as someone throwing a shoe at a bugler. Ronald Reagan is basically the stage manager of the second Army show, and it's fun to see him at the beginning of his career.

"Thank Your Lucky Stars" is jaw-dropping. Bette Davis and John Garfield sing, Errol Flynn dances, and Eddie Cantor is everywhere. Yipes. I asked my mom about this guy--my parents were both born at the beginning of World War Two--and she told me Eddie Cantor did burlesque and vaudeville, so his performance style was pretty explosive. Darned right. All I know is I never saw anyone move their eyes like that before.

"Hollywood Canteen" may be the best of the three. When I first saw this film on Turner Classic Movies, I wanted to eat it up with a spoon. Like "Stage Door Canteen," it features a wall-to-wall Who's Who of 1940s pop culture, and it's done brilliantly. Some of the highlights are performances by the Andrews Sisters, Dane Clark's animal magnetism, and a touch of romance with Robert Hutton and Joan Leslie. I would say more, but I don't want to ruin it for anyone.

"Warner Bros. and the Homefront Collection" is definitely worth it. Lots of history and lots of fun.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I Thank My Lucky Stars for these WB classics. 20 septembre 2013
Par Calicokid - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Back when we were the 'United' States these three films (among others) were produced to lift the spirits of a WWII war-weary US population. 'This Is the Army' (1943) is a color version of Irving Berlin's stage show that toured the world's military bases and raised a lot of money for the Army Emergency Relief fund. It isn't really a 'star-studded' film in the mold of the other two films in this package because many of the musical numbers are performed by soldiers who had appeared in the various stage performances, including Irving Berlin ... and contribute most of what is good about the film. The other two extravaganzas in this group are in black and white but the 'color' is added by just about all the players under contract at Warner Brothers at the time. Yes, the humor is rah-rah and dated, played out against the inevitable sadness of war. The musical numbers are pop tunes of the WWII era. Compared to today's 'music' they absolutely sound like deathless classics. The stories never gets in anyone's way but seeing all those stars doing their best for the war effort is a treat for anyone who was there (and remembers) and it may touch a few nerves. Younger audiences might also get a kick out of seeing 'stars' they only know by name, poking fun at themselves and their screen personas. 'Hollywood Canteen' is part 'documentary' because it tells the purported story of how the Canteen came into existence as a place for service personnel to go for some R&R and rub shoulders with movie stars before going off to war and an unknown future. Still, all-in-all this is an entertaining release.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Homefront Collection (Irving Berlin's This Is the Army / Thank Your Lucky Stars / Hollywood Canteen 22 juillet 2014
Par Chris B - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
A trilogy of WW II films especially marketed for the folks left at home during those years but only one is a stand-out and that is Ronald Reagan starring in "This Is The Army." The others are somewhat entertaining but there are better films out there that bring back the memories of a time in America when war was still hell but the home fires burned ever so brightly and respect was at its highest for our boys in uniform. "The Homefront Collection" is well worth having if you are a collector of such memorabilia and even though the other two films are not quite up to standard...they are a slice of life which we will never again witness in our lifetime. I say go for won't be disappointed.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good collection 20 décembre 2008
Par Douglas M - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Amazon have provided an excellent and precise review of this collection but here are a few additional comments:

- "Thank Your Lucky Stars" is a very funny film. If you like Eddie Cantor, then you will love the film. There are some really excellent acts. Ann Sheridan is sensational singing "Love isn't Born, It's Made", Bette Davis "sells" "They're Either too Young or Too Old" making up for her lack of vocal ability with a dry wit, Jack Carson and Alan Hale do a very entertaining vaudeville routine and the invaluable Ruth Donnelly is hilarious as a psychiatric nurse. Joan Leslie is a charming heroine and does a very clever imitation of Ida Lupino. Watch out too for Alexis Smith's dancing. A trained dancer who was never given a chance in a musical, Smith is terrific and had to wait another 30 years before she could strut her stuff on Broadway in "Follies".
- At the the other end of the scale, "Hollywood Canteen", as Miss Leslie states in the commentary for "This is the Army", is embarassing. Bette Davis and John Garfield, who founded the Canteen, manage to maintain their dignity but with the exception of Jack Benny's hilarious violin routine, the acts are awful (wait until you see the Andrews Sisters) and the screenplay is dreadful. This is the film where Dane Clark faints because he realises the girl he is dancing with is, wait for it, Joan Crawford. The treatment of the stars with reverential awe is an insult to the intelligence, even back in 1944.
- "This is the Army" is directed by Michael Curtiz so it has a class which the other films lack. The technicolour shows a lot of bleeding and generally lacks the sparkle of the Fox films of the same period. The film is a reminder though of just what an excellent song and dance man George Murphy was.

As usual, Warners Night at the Movies are included with a choice selection of shorts, cartoons and theatrical trailers, chock full of patriotic fervour. "This is the Army" has a really outstanding commentary by Drew Casper. Casper has shelved his breathless repetitive delivery which have plagued so many of his commentaries to date and really does a good job here. The information is comprehensive and best of all, he is accompanied by Joan Leslie herself who has warm and vivid memories of all 3 films. Leslie is charming and Casper asks sensible simple questions without cloying adoration. The other worthwhile extra is a documentary narrated by Stephen Spielberg no less about the contribution of Warner Brothers towards the war effort. Warners, in their usual fashion, lead the way when they made "Confessions of a Nazi Spy" in 1939.

There is a lot to enjoy in this DVD set but only if you suspend the all knowing cynicism of the 21st century - remember, it was war time. Beautifully packaged, the set is good value.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for 40's lovers. 26 août 2009
Par Michael A. Taylor - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I had already seen all three films before ordering this package. If you love the forties films and music, this is for you. If you find that style quaint, you may be bored.

The lovely Joan Leslie is in all three films and is briefly interviewed by a film historian as an extra feature on the This is the Army DVD. The wholesome Miss Leslie really makes us believe that such a pretty glamour girl could fall for a little guy who did the right thing by protecting America and Americas women in Hollywood Canteen. A real life attraction for servicemen where Hollywoods brightest stars showed gratitude to the men who made their success possible. This film is a testament to Miss Leslies natural sincerity and innocence. These films are even more timely as a new generation is called to save the world yet again.

This is the Army is a revue played by real servicemen. It starts with a silly disclaimer over a short minstral act in the film. It's also the only one in color. Ronald Reagan plays Miss Leslies boyfriend in the movie while serving on active duty.

Thank your lucky stars is the most disjointed with a somewhat thin plot but still very enjoyable with some great songs.

These films help remind us of what our fathers did for us. And for what Hollywood did for them. An important reminder when a new enemy is casting their covetious eyes on our nations borders and our women.
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