From Here to Eternity


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Genre: Dramas
Director: Fred Zinnemann - Director/producer
Theatrical Release: 1953
Rated: Not Rated
Length: 117 mins
Studio: Sony Pictures Home
Format: DVD
Language: English

An all-star cast brought what was considered an unfilmable novel to the screen with skill and grace with this story of the loves, hopes, and dreams of those in a close-knit Army barracks in Hawaii shortly before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Montgomery Clift portrays a former boxer who refuses to fight after blinding a friend in the ring and is sent to the remote outpost as punishment for his insubordination. Love and tragedy abound in this unflattering look at military life and American thought before the war. Director Fred Zinneman's Oscar-winning film is based on the novel by James Jones.;

Language Usage   Closed Captioned
Release Language   English
Color   B&W
HiFi Sound   N
Surround Sound   N
Digital Sound   N
Stereo Sound   N
CXEncoding   N
AC3Sound   N
THXSound   N
DTSStereo   N
Unedited Version   N
Collector's Edition   N
Director's Cut   N
Closed Captioned   Y
Letterboxed   N
Extra Info   Special Edition
Mickey Shaughnessy - American Character Actor
Jack Warden - American actor, SHAMPOO, HEAVEN CAN WAIT (1979)
Philip Ober - American Character Actor
Frank Tuttle - American Director
Fred Zinnemann - Director/producer
Buddy Adler -
Burnett Guffey - Oscar Winning Directory of Photography, BONNIE AND CLYDE
Jean Louis -
George Duning - American Film Composer
Daniel Taradash - American Screenwriter/Director
James Jones - American Novelist
Cary Odell - Art Director
Clay Campbell - Makeup Artist\1950s
"...[It] remains incredibly potent stuff..."
Sight and Sound
"...[A] solidly built drama of bully politics and discontent in the US army just before Pearl Harbor..."
Los Angeles Times
"Rapturously received from the moment it was released in 1953, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY remains, half a century later, a singular cinematic experience, one of the landmarks of American film."
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a leisurely but classy mix of romance, army politics and Hollywood heroism."
Academy Awards Best Adapted Screenplay Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Cinematography Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Director Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Film Editing Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Picture Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Sound Recording Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actor Winner 1953
Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Winner 1953

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