Devil At Four O'Clock details
|Starring:||Kerwin Mathews, Barbara Luna, Barbara, Spencer Tracy, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Gregoire Aslan, Alexander Scourby, Bernie Hamilton, Frank Sinatra|
|Director:||Mervyn Le Roy|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Devil At Four O'Clock
|Run time:||2 hours 7 minutes|
|Rental release:||19 Jun 2006|
|Dubbed:||German, French, Spanish, Italian|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
Most helpful review
enjoymentBy michael burton from ryhill wakefield west yorkshire , 16 Sep 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]i enjoyed this film v much i first saw this film way back in the sixties.and i said to my self i would like to see it again.and i did it is worth watching.
A Lot Better than ExpectedBy Cato (774 reviews) from Lydbury North , 24 Jan 2011The reviews in the books are pretty low key, but I found it much better than I expected. Sure, it's pretty old now and a little cheesy in places, but my, old Spencer Tracey could act, and the rest weren't bad either,including Frank Sinatra. In fact, it's a pretty good yarn,well paced and exciting.
MemoriesBy a customer from London , 14 Jan 2009I remember watching this film with my father when I was seven years old - it was the first timeIi had heard about or seen a volcano - it is now 25 years on and I thoroughly enjoyed watching it again and remembering the thoughts and feelings I had when I first saw it all those years ago.
It is enjoyable Saturday or Sunday afternoon viewing. Very obviously filmed in the sixties and some attitudes portrayed are indeed cringeworthy - but it serves as a testament to how far the world has come in the last 50 years.
StrangeBy a customer from Swindon, England , 22 Aug 2007Having not seen this film for 40 years (god, I'm old) I thought I would have a look at it.
The film is as I remember, well the plot is, but the actual film definately shows it age.
It shows how far film making has come in the last 40 odd years as you can tell that the action is shot in a studio and ot on location.
Still, it was nice to watch it again and I would recommend it if only for the Spencer Tracy and Frank Sinatra roles
Good rainy saturday afternoon fareBy jennifer claire from ireland , 17 Mar 2007Everyone enoyed this round our way. Spencer Tracey always worth the time.It could have been edited down a bit without losing anything and it could have done with a bit more of the balck humour- there are few laughs- though it is full of noble gestures and honourable sentiment. Its a bit dated:Brace yourself for the cringe-making moment when Frank Sinatra's character eulogises a black man his own age as 'a good boy'. Not bad but not great either.
enjoymentBy michael burton from ryhill wakefield west yorkshire , 16 Sep 2006i enjoyed this film v much i first saw this film way back in the sixties.and i said to my self i would like to see it again.and i did it is worth watching.
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