The Men (Blu-ray)
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Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 27 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: April 30, 2013
- Originally Released: 1950
- Label: Olive Films
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.37
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Marlon Brando, Teresa Wright, Everett Sloane & Jack Webb|
|Performer:||Richard Erdman, Virginia Farmer, Dorothy Tree & Howard St. John|
|Directed by||Fred Zinnemann|
|Edited by||Harry Gerstad|
|Screenplay by||Carl Foreman|
|Composition by||Dimitri Tiomkin|
|Produced by||Stanley Kramer|
|Director of Photography:||Robert De Grasse|
Marlon Brando remains explosive in his screen debut.
The Men is a profoundly moving film, mainly because it bears a resemblance to life that is rare in Hollywood films. Full Review
It caused quite a stir, although it's hard to see why now. Full Review
Brando makes the most of his immobility, letting his character's bitterness and anger grow...
Marlon Brando, a recruit from the New York stage, is remarkably persuasive in his Hollywood debut. Full Review
Rating: 4/4 -- This was Marlon Brando's film debut and, as such, set standards not only for his fellow actors but for himself. Full Review
Even in his first movie, Brando's ability to transcend mediocre material is very much in evidence. Full Review
Brando made his film debut in this finely acted drama in which he portrays an ex-G.I. who was seriously wounded during the war. As the result of his injuries, the crippled soldier becomes increasingly bitter, and almost loses his very will to live. Academy Award Nominations: Best Story and Screenplay.
With the assistance of veterans hospital staff and their loved ones, three men paralyzed in combat during World War II struggle to come to terms with their condition.
- "The Men" was Marlon Brando's film debut, following his success in the stage production of "A Streetcar Named Desire."
- Named one of the 10 Best Films of 1950 by the National Board of Review.
- Additional cast: Nita Hunter (as Dolores), Patricia Joiner (Laverne), John Miller (Mr. Doolin), Cliff Clark (Dr. Kameran), and Marguerite Martin (Angel's mother).
- Filmed on location at the Birmingham Veterans Administration Hospital in Los Angeles.
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