DVD-Tipp. James Bond - Der Morgen stirbt nie. alle DVDs und Blu-rays · teilen · tweet · teilen · teilen; drucken. © – imfernsehen GmbH & Co. 2. Dez. Hi, ich suche den "ersten" James Bond. Ich brauch den auf DVD und wenns geht mit komplettem Ende. Also 55min. Weiß jemand wo ich den. 14u2.nu - Kaufen Sie James Bond Casino Royale () günstig ein. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen Blu-ray- und DVD-Auswahl .
Anyhow, the movie is quite simple, Barry Nelson plays an American yep American, who would have thought he is known as card sense Jimmy Bond.
I 6 known as Leiter yep Leiter is British in this one, who would have thought both are trying to stop a mad man named Le Chifre Peter Lorre he is planning to re obtain 80 million in a card game baccarat Bond is set to play and beat Le Chifre in the game, so he can loose and hand him over to authorities.
It doesn't get more complex than that. Not to mention that the first bond leading lady appears in this movie Linda Christian The action is a bit dated and cheesy, due to limited budget and time restraints.
But the flick is interesting to see the first portrayal of Ian Flemings' literary spy. Oh and a word of advice, do not purchase the DVD version.
I bought this set to complete my James Bond movies collection. There are 3 versions of this movie, each quite different to the other 2.
This one was released a little before my time, but I enjoyed it all the same. I am something of a Peter Lorre fan from his horror movie work, so it was a nice bonus to see him in this movie.
But I wanted it. Since this is the original Bond movie and I own all the bond movies. The filming of this movie wasn't great.
Most people don't know about Barry Nelson being the first Bond. This movie is not action packed and in black and white. But for me I really like the older Bond Movies better.
The first Bond villain is played by Peter Lorrie. It was made in and it was filmed live for TV in Black and White. I really liked it.
Barry Nelson was the first Bond. Peter Lorrie was great as the first Bond Villain. If you are a Bond get this if you can. One person found this helpful.
It was good to see how James Bond as evolved. How the movie deviates from the book, even back in the fifties. The acting back in then I think was more believable than now days because of all the gadgets.
Would recommend it to lovers of old movies. But not lovers of the modern A very good individual release of this, Americanized, television classic.
The DVD features high production values, with clips of each scene playing at the scene selection menu and even a short clip of the film's theme playing at the menus.
However, this is once again the truncated version and does not include the entire ending with Le Chiffre taking Valerie hostage and bond killing him.
This non withstanding, an overall good release of a very under-appreciated piece of Bond history. This is a great Bond addition! This version of the original Bond is very clear and very nice.
We were so happy to show our children the original Bond! This version in black and white had them very curious. The quality of this movie is great!
Barry Nelson as the first Bond and the whole cast do a wonderful job! If you are a Bond fan, this version of Casino Royale will make a great addition to your collection.
We are so glad this version was found and made for the public to purchase. You still see the class of the gowns and decorations in this lovely black and white version of !
Everything Bond is here including some action. Sky Chrome Media did a wonderful job with the restoration remastered version of this Climax.
This review is for the Sky Chrome Media Inc version. There seems to be a mix of reviews on different version of this Casino Royale.
This version is the complete version with the complete ending. Time for a fish fry and a marathon! The quality of this is so poor that I bought this twice.
First time, I just got the blu-ray and it didn't work at all. And the next time I got the combo dvd and blu ray and the blu ray still didn't work.
But the dvd worked just fine. The quality of this is so poor that it really doesn't matter. See all 70 reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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Join our movie c o mmuni t y to f i nd out. I hereby confirm that I have read and understood the forum rules. Life of Pi THE original Bond TV production from has been released on bd, although whether this bd constitutes a "gray area" release I have no idea.
This bd doesn't seem to be reflected in the bd. Apparently, like The Sadist bd, this blu-ray is only available from the distributor through the Amazon marketplace.
It may be hard to imagine a time that James Bond, agent , was not a pop culture icon and a stalwart resident of our collective consciousness, but in Ian Fleming accepted a mere one thousand dollars from the CBS Television Network for the rights to adapt Casino Royale as the third episode of its anthology series Climax!
However, with American Television being what it was at the time and James Bond being little more than an upstart character in, by that time, two novels liberties were taken with our beloved super-spy in ways that would rankle true Bond fans of today.
Nelson was dapper enough, but a far cry from the suave, debonaire Bond of the films that we know so well.
As with a great many live television episodes, Casino Royale was not preserved by the studio and was considered lost for decades.
Its subsequent airings on TBS and releases on VHS were still forced to omit the final sequences, which were not rediscovered for another several years.
While this one is certainly a unique earmark in the history of Mr. Bond, it remains an interesting look at an early version of our beloved espionage hero.
Last edited by Arkadin; at So funny, I actually watched this last week on a video site. The whole episode pulls right up in a quick search.
It's a clunky, 1 hour version of Casino Royale with a few character mash ups, but it's all there: Originally Posted by popeflick.
I'll look at my copy. I'm pretty sure it's a pressed bd. It does look to be a bd-r--it's back is a purplish color and has a DIY home printer looking label on the front.
I'm interested in owning this if an officially-pressed competently-restored Blu-ray is ever released. I've been known to watch James Bond films from time to time.
It will most likely never look better than this bd. This is the version I own. Last edited by Morsoth; at Originally Posted by Morsoth.
I'll keep the DVD then! I hate when I have to watch something with a logo in one corner! And thanks Breather for posting the video with the Extended ending!
Originally Posted by Breather. I still have that same DVD myself. It's a shame that it's incomplete by virtue of the ending not being there.