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    Unique ID Code: 0000007265
    Added by: DVD Reviewer
    Added on: 26/7/2000 22:00
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    Hard Times (UK)

    8 / 10
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    New Orleans 1933. In those days words didn`t say much
    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 90 mins
    Retail Price: £19.99
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    Synopsis:
    Charles Bronson stars as Chaney, the bare knuckles boxer, who plans to survive the great depression by teaming up with free-wheeling gambler James Colburn, who will stake him in illegal prize fights.

    Unfortunately, the corruption that permeated the fight game and Chaney`s relationship with Lucy, his new girlfriend - played by Jill Ireland, create unexpected complications.

    Special Features:
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Access
    Filmographies
    Trailer

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital Mono English
    Dolby Digital Mono Spanish
    Dolby Digital Mono German
    Dolby Digital Mono Italian
    Dolby Digital Mono French

    Subtitle Tracks:
    French
    Hebrew
    Icelandic
    Polish
    Czech
    Italian
    Hindi
    Swedish
    Finnish
    Turkish
    English
    Spanish
    German
    Portuguese
    Greek
    Hungarian
    Dutch
    Arabic
    Danish
    Norwegian

    Directed By:
    Walter Hill

    Written By:



    Starring:
    Strother Martin
    Jill Ireland
    James Coburn
    Charles Bronson

    Casting By:
    Mike Fenton
    Jane Feinberg

    Soundtrack By:
    Barry De Vorzon

    Director of Photography:
    Philip H. Lathrop

    Editor:
    Roger Spottiswoode

    Visual Effects:
    Jack Bear

    Producer:
    Fred Lemoine
    Lawrence Gordon

    Executive Producer:
    Paul Maslansky

    Distributor:
    Columbia / Tristar

    Your Opinions and Comments

    8 / 10
    A film which showed how Talented Walter Hill used to be. It has an authentic atmosphere, and route for Bronson`s charcter all the way. This is the first time it`s been released in it`s original theatrical ratio in the UK, I Think.
    posted by Richard73 on 7/2/2001 18:49