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Algiers(1938)

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  • What a film!

    • RedRain
    • 7/10/13

    This is yet another film I've seen so many times that I can quote dialogue from it and there is ample reason why. When you have Boyer giving an Academy Award nominated performance, James Wong Howe nominated for the Academy Award for the sensational cinematography and these two are coupled with the absolutely gorgeous Hedy Lamarr, you have a film to watch many times! This is was the film upon which "Casablanca" was patterned and you definitely see why. And what a name to have associated with a film: Pepe le Moko! Once you hear it, you never forget it! His theme song should have been "What I Did For Love," as he risks everything to be with the beautiful Gaby (Lamarr). This was Hedy Lamarr's first film and it is so easy to see why she was so sought after once this film hit the box office. She was absolutely stunning! This is a "must see" film, for Boyer's incredible performance and just to look at Hedy Lamarr!

  • a must for all ages

    • chris urban
    • 2/18/12

    a true essential, anyone who thinks that they know anything about movies, knows nothing if they have not seen this film

  • Algiers

    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/14/11

    ****1/2

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