For Whom the Bell Tolls

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Director: Sam Wood Cast: Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, Akim Tamiroff

DVD (Pan & Scan / Dolby 5.1 / Mono)

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This lavish adaptation of Ernest Hemmingway's classic novel gets a solid presentation for its release on DVD. For Whom The Bell Tolls has been transferred to disc in its original full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, while the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. The film is in English, with optional Spanish and French subtitles included. Bonus materials added to this edition include the film's original theatrical trailer, biographies of the key cast and crew members, notes on the film's production, and links to related internet websites.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/17/1998
UPC: 0025192042324
Original Release: 1943
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, monaural]
Time: 2:46:00
Sales rank: 2,634

Special Features

Production notes; Cast and filmmakers' bios; Film highlights; Theatrical trailer; Web links

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gary Cooper Robert Jordan
Ingrid Bergman Maria
Akim Tamiroff Pablo
Katina Paxinou Pilar
Arturo de Cordova Agustin
Vladimir Sokoloff Anselmo
Mikhail Rasumny Rafael
Fortunio Bonanova Fernando
Eric Feldary Andres
Victor Varconi Primitivo
Joseph Calleia El Sordo
Lilo Yarson Joaquin
Alexander Granach Paco
Adia Kuznetzoff Gustavo
Leonid Snegoff Ignacio
Leo Bulgakov Gen. Golz
Duncan Renaldo Lt. Berrendo
George Coulouris Andre Massart
Frank Puglia Capt. Gomez
Pedro de Cordoba Frederico Gonzales
Michael Visaroff Staff Officer
Konstantin Shayne Kharkov
Jean del Val Sniper
Jack Mylong Col. Duval
Feodor Chaliapin Kashkin
Mayo Newhall Don Richardo
Michael Dalmatoff Don Benito Garcia
Robert Tafur Don Faustino Rivero
Trina Varela Spanish Singer
Dick Botiller Sergeant
Franco Corsaro Elias' Man
Frank Lackteen Elias Man
George Sorel Bored Sentry
John Bleifer Peasant Who Flails Gonzalez
Harry Cording Man Who Flails the Mayor
William Edmunds First Soldier
Alberto Morin Second Soldier
Pedro Regas Soldier
Soledad Jiminez Don Guillermo's Wife
Manuel Paris Officer of Civil Guards
Ernesto Morelli Civil Guard
Jose Luis Tortosa One of the Civil Guards
Yakima Canutt Young Calvery Man
Tito Renaldo 1st Sentry
Maxine Ardell Cafe Girl
Marjorie Deanne Cafe Girl
Yvonne De Carlo Girl in Cafe
Alice Kirby Cafe Girl
Marcella Phillips Girl in Cafe
Lynda Grey Cafe Girl
Christopher King Boy in Cafe
Louise LaPlanche Cafe Girl
Charles Bickford Actor
Eduardo Ciannelli Actor
Martin Garralaga Captain
Victor Laplace Girls in Cafe

Technical Credits
Sam Wood Director,Producer
Haldane Douglas Art Director
Milton Drake Songwriter
Hans Dreier Art Director
Bertram Granger Set Decoration/Design
Gordon Jennings Special Effects
Walter Kent Songwriter
Harold Lewis Sound/Sound Designer
John Link Editor
William Cameron Menzies Production Designer
Dudley Nichols Screenwriter
Ray Rennahan Cinematographer
Sherman Todd Editor
Ned Washington Songwriter
Wally Westmore Makeup
Victor Young Score Composer,Songwriter
Ernest Hemingway Source Author

Scene Index

Chapter List
0. Chapter List

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For Whom the Bell Tolls 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Katla More than 1 year ago
This movie stems from a time when stars were stars - not names on a list of drug addicts with bad taste in clothing and very little talent. The characters, the range of emotion, the eyes - those were the days when actors/actresses knew how to deliver a line. Had the timing and didn´t care if they looked like taken out of a fashion magazine.
OMalley More than 1 year ago
Oscar-winning adaption of Hemingway's novel featuring a great cast -- Cooper, Bergman, Tamiroff, Paxinou. Beautiful Technicolor and -- in my opinion -- Victor Young's best film score. And the film has been restored to 166 minutes (instead of the greatly edited down version that aired on TV for years). Gary Cooper's performance as the classic Hemingway hero influenced film makers for decades afterward. (It's not a coincidence that Cooper's Robert Jordan, an American college professor fighting fascism in 1930s Europe, is used as a role model by Lucas-Spielberg when they created the Indiana Jones charater -- even adopting Cooper's fedora and leather jacket for the Indiana Jones character.)
AuldMunro More than 1 year ago
This is the fully restored version
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