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Barbary Coast (1935) DVD5 - Uncompressed - Eng-Spanish Subs-Dialogue
Barbary Coast is a 1935 American historical drama film directed by Howard Hawks. Shot in black-and-white and set in San Francisco during the Gold Rush era, the film combines elements of crime, Western, melodrama and adventure genres, features a wide range of actors, from good-guy Joel McCrea to bad-boy Edward G. Robinson, and stars Miriam Hopkins in the leading role as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge. In an early, uncredited appearance, David Niven can be spotted playing a drunken sailor being thrown out of a bar.
CAST:-
Miriam Hopkins as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge
Edward G. Robinson as Luis Chamalis
Joel McCrea as Jim Carmichael
Frank Craven as Colonel Cobb
Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity
Brian Donlevy as Knuckles Jacoby
Clyde Cook as Oakie
Harry Carey as Jed Slocum
Matt McHugh as Broncho
Donald Meek as Sawbuck McTavish
Rollo Lloyd as Wigham
J.M. Kerrigan as Judge Harper
Roger Gray as Sandy Ferguson
David Niven as Drunken Sailor
Directed by Howard Hawks
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur
MOVIE REVIEW :- Barbary Coast (1935)
On a foggy night in 1850, Mary Rutledge (Miriam Hopkins), accompanied by retired Colonel Marcus Aurelius Cobb (Frank Craven), arrives in San Francisco Bay from New York aboard the Flying Cloud. A gold digger of the other kind, she has come to wed the wealthy owner of a local saloon. The men at the wharf are more than happy to greet the 'white woman,' but reluctant to inform her that her fiancé is dead, murdered most likely by a certain Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the powerful owner of another Barbary Coast establishment, the Bella Donna restaurant and gambling house. Mary is at first quite upset, but quickly pulls herself together and asks the way to the Bella Donna, with a look of ambition on her face.
Mary meets Chamalis and quickly agrees to be his companion, not only for economic reasons (as an attraction, she helps draw in customers), but for personal pleasure as well.
Chamalis gives her the name 'Swan' and she becomes more or less his female escort. She accompanies him on promenades in town (the 'sinful' unwed couple is insulted in one scene by the mayor's wife) and he showers her with extravagant gifts. Their relationship sours rather quickly, however, and Swan is angered by some of Chamalis's destructive power -mongering. She does not, however, mind running a crooked roulette wheel and cheating the miners out of their gold.
Colonel Cobb, in the meantime, has opened a printing press, with the intention of starting a respectable newspaper for the people of San Francisco. He and his colleagues successfully print the first paper, which includes an article criticizing a recent unpunished murder by Chamalis and his entourage. When Chamalis finds out, he tries to destroy Cobb's newly acquired machine and threatens burning down the building, but is halted by Swan, who comes to Cobb's defence. Chamalis, nonetheless, demands that Cobb never print anything attacking him. The colonel unwillingly complies.
Time passes and Swan, disillusioned with her life in San Francisco, saddens. Her distant behavior irks Chamalis, who feels frustrated and stonewalled. One dreary morning she sets out on horseback. Later in the day it begins to rain heavily and she seeks refuge in a small seemingly abandoned cabin, where she meets a tall lonesome poet and gold miner named Jim Carmichael (McCrea). Swan is quite taken with him, but lies about her current situation after hearing his criticisms of the harlots and thieves of the city. He offers her his book of poems as a memento and she returns to the Bella Donna.
Later Carmichael decides to return to his home state New York and must pass through San Francisco. Unfortunately because of fog the ship will not leave for a few days. He
encounters Chamalis' helper, Old Atrocity (Walter Brennan), who, remarking his bags of gold is happy to show him to a nice hotel and restaurant. Carmichael (Joel McCrea) winds up at the Bella Donna and is surprised to find Mary working there. He is served a drugged up liquor and plays roulette at her table. He cannot retain his composure, vehemently insults 'Swan' and eventually bets and loses most of his money. The rest is pickpocketed.
Carmichael wakes up the following morning in the Bella Donna's kitchen. His eloquent speech impresses Chamalis, who hires him on the spot as a waiter. Carmichael's presence perturbs Mary, who would rather he depart, offering him money. An honest man, he refuses, wishing to earn the fare on his own.
Later Colonel Cobb leaves up a poster telling about a murder Chamalis' ordered and how the Bella Donna cheats customers. Seeing it, Chamlis' henchman "Knuckles" Jacoby (Brian Donlevy) shoots both the man who put it up and the publisher when he tries to defend him. Dying, Cobb orders his assistant to print the truth. A vigilante group is formed and soon hangs Knuckles.
Devastated on hearing the news of Cobb's death, Mary re-acknowledges her love for Carmichael, and works the roulette table so that he wins back the gold he previously lost.
Chamalis finds out and is angry with her. He sets out to kill Carmichael, who is actually hiding in Mary's bedroom. The lovers decide clandestinely to leave together. They find a secret rowboat and attempt to board the ship in the harbor. It is a foggy night, and they have trouble seeing, but easily hear Chamalis pursuing them. He shoots and injures Carmichael and finally discovers them hiding beneath a pier. Mary begs him, as proof of his love for her, not to kill Carmichael. Chamalis agrees, but in an act of greater love allows her to go with him.
A posse then arrives to punish Chamalis for all his crimes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 4999 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages:English, Francais, Espanol
RunTime 90 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 90 mins

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Barbary Coast (1935) DVD5 - Uncompressed - Eng-Spanish Subs-Dialogue
Barbary Coast is a 1935 American historical drama film directed by Howard Hawks. Shot in black-and-white and set in San Francisco during the Gold Rush era, the film combines elements of crime, Western, melodrama and adventure genres, features a wide range of actors, from good-guy Joel McCrea to bad-boy Edward G. Robinson, and stars Miriam Hopkins in the leading role as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge. In an early, uncredited appearance, David Niven can be spotted playing a drunken sailor being thrown out of a bar.
CAST:-
Miriam Hopkins as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge
Edward G. Robinson as Luis Chamalis
Joel McCrea as Jim Carmichael
Frank Craven as Colonel Cobb
Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity
Brian Donlevy as Knuckles Jacoby
Clyde Cook as Oakie
Harry Carey as Jed Slocum
Matt McHugh as Broncho
Donald Meek as Sawbuck McTavish
Rollo Lloyd as Wigham
J.M. Kerrigan as Judge Harper
Roger Gray as Sandy Ferguson
David Niven as Drunken Sailor
Directed by Howard Hawks
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur
MOVIE REVIEW :- Barbary Coast (1935)
On a foggy night in 1850, Mary Rutledge (Miriam Hopkins), accompanied by retired Colonel Marcus Aurelius Cobb (Frank Craven), arrives in San Francisco Bay from New York aboard the Flying Cloud. A gold digger of the other kind, she has come to wed the wealthy owner of a local saloon. The men at the wharf are more than happy to greet the 'white woman,' but reluctant to inform her that her fiancé is dead, murdered most likely by a certain Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the powerful owner of another Barbary Coast establishment, the Bella Donna restaurant and gambling house. Mary is at first quite upset, but quickly pulls herself together and asks the way to the Bella Donna, with a look of ambition on her face.
Mary meets Chamalis and quickly agrees to be his companion, not only for economic reasons (as an attraction, she helps draw in customers), but for personal pleasure as well.
Chamalis gives her the name 'Swan' and she becomes more or less his female escort. She accompanies him on promenades in town (the 'sinful' unwed couple is insulted in one scene by the mayor's wife) and he showers her with extravagant gifts. Their relationship sours rather quickly, however, and Swan is angered by some of Chamalis's destructive power -mongering. She does not, however, mind running a crooked roulette wheel and cheating the miners out of their gold.
Colonel Cobb, in the meantime, has opened a printing press, with the intention of starting a respectable newspaper for the people of San Francisco. He and his colleagues successfully print the first paper, which includes an article criticizing a recent unpunished murder by Chamalis and his entourage. When Chamalis finds out, he tries to destroy Cobb's newly acquired machine and threatens burning down the building, but is halted by Swan, who comes to Cobb's defence. Chamalis, nonetheless, demands that Cobb never print anything attacking him. The colonel unwillingly complies.
Time passes and Swan, disillusioned with her life in San Francisco, saddens. Her distant behavior irks Chamalis, who feels frustrated and stonewalled. One dreary morning she sets out on horseback. Later in the day it begins to rain heavily and she seeks refuge in a small seemingly abandoned cabin, where she meets a tall lonesome poet and gold miner named Jim Carmichael (McCrea). Swan is quite taken with him, but lies about her current situation after hearing his criticisms of the harlots and thieves of the city. He offers her his book of poems as a memento and she returns to the Bella Donna.
Later Carmichael decides to return to his home state New York and must pass through San Francisco. Unfortunately because of fog the ship will not leave for a few days. He
encounters Chamalis' helper, Old Atrocity (Walter Brennan), who, remarking his bags of gold is happy to show him to a nice hotel and restaurant. Carmichael (Joel McCrea) winds up at the Bella Donna and is surprised to find Mary working there. He is served a drugged up liquor and plays roulette at her table. He cannot retain his composure, vehemently insults 'Swan' and eventually bets and loses most of his money. The rest is pickpocketed.
Carmichael wakes up the following morning in the Bella Donna's kitchen. His eloquent speech impresses Chamalis, who hires him on the spot as a waiter. Carmichael's presence perturbs Mary, who would rather he depart, offering him money. An honest man, he refuses, wishing to earn the fare on his own.
Later Colonel Cobb leaves up a poster telling about a murder Chamalis' ordered and how the Bella Donna cheats customers. Seeing it, Chamlis' henchman "Knuckles" Jacoby (Brian Donlevy) shoots both the man who put it up and the publisher when he tries to defend him. Dying, Cobb orders his assistant to print the truth. A vigilante group is formed and soon hangs Knuckles.
Devastated on hearing the news of Cobb's death, Mary re-acknowledges her love for Carmichael, and works the roulette table so that he wins back the gold he previously lost.
Chamalis finds out and is angry with her. He sets out to kill Carmichael, who is actually hiding in Mary's bedroom. The lovers decide clandestinely to leave together. They find a secret rowboat and attempt to board the ship in the harbor. It is a foggy night, and they have trouble seeing, but easily hear Chamalis pursuing them. He shoots and injures Carmichael and finally discovers them hiding beneath a pier. Mary begs him, as proof of his love for her, not to kill Carmichael. Chamalis agrees, but in an act of greater love allows her to go with him.
A posse then arrives to punish Chamalis for all his crimes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 4999 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages:English, Francais, Espanol
RunTime 90 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 90 mins

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Barbary Coast (1935) DVD5 - Uncompressed - Eng-Spanish Subs-Dialogue
Barbary Coast is a 1935 American historical drama film directed by Howard Hawks. Shot in black-and-white and set in San Francisco during the Gold Rush era, the film combines elements of crime, Western, melodrama and adventure genres, features a wide range of actors, from good-guy Joel McCrea to bad-boy Edward G. Robinson, and stars Miriam Hopkins in the leading role as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge. In an early, uncredited appearance, David Niven can be spotted playing a drunken sailor being thrown out of a bar.
CAST:-
Miriam Hopkins as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge
Edward G. Robinson as Luis Chamalis
Joel McCrea as Jim Carmichael
Frank Craven as Colonel Cobb
Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity
Brian Donlevy as Knuckles Jacoby
Clyde Cook as Oakie
Harry Carey as Jed Slocum
Matt McHugh as Broncho
Donald Meek as Sawbuck McTavish
Rollo Lloyd as Wigham
J.M. Kerrigan as Judge Harper
Roger Gray as Sandy Ferguson
David Niven as Drunken Sailor
Directed by Howard Hawks
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur
MOVIE REVIEW :- Barbary Coast (1935)
On a foggy night in 1850, Mary Rutledge (Miriam Hopkins), accompanied by retired Colonel Marcus Aurelius Cobb (Frank Craven), arrives in San Francisco Bay from New York aboard the Flying Cloud. A gold digger of the other kind, she has come to wed the wealthy owner of a local saloon. The men at the wharf are more than happy to greet the 'white woman,' but reluctant to inform her that her fiancé is dead, murdered most likely by a certain Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the powerful owner of another Barbary Coast establishment, the Bella Donna restaurant and gambling house. Mary is at first quite upset, but quickly pulls herself together and asks the way to the Bella Donna, with a look of ambition on her face.
Mary meets Chamalis and quickly agrees to be his companion, not only for economic reasons (as an attraction, she helps draw in customers), but for personal pleasure as well.
Chamalis gives her the name 'Swan' and she becomes more or less his female escort. She accompanies him on promenades in town (the 'sinful' unwed couple is insulted in one scene by the mayor's wife) and he showers her with extravagant gifts. Their relationship sours rather quickly, however, and Swan is angered by some of Chamalis's destructive power-mongering. She does not, however, mind running a crooked roulette wheel and cheating the miners out of their gold.
Colonel Cobb, in the meantime, has opened a printing press, with the intention of starting a respectable newspaper for the people of San Francisco. He and his colleagues successfully print the first paper, which includes an article criticizing a recent unpunished murder by Chamalis and his entourage. When Chamalis finds out, he tries to destroy Cobb's newly acquired machine and threatens burning down the building, but is halted by Swan, who comes to Cobb's defence. Chamalis, nonetheless, demands that Cobb never print anything attacking him. The colonel unwillingly complies.
Time passes and Swan, disillusioned with her life in San Francisco, saddens. Her distant behavior irks Chamalis, who feels frustrated and stonewalled. One dreary morning she sets out on horseback. Later in the day it begins to rain heavily and she seeks refuge in a small seemingly abandoned cabin, where she meets a tall lonesome poet and gold miner named Jim Carmichael (McCrea). Swan is quite taken with him, but lies about her current situation after hearing his criticisms of the harlots and thieves of the city. He offers her his book of poems as a memento and she returns to the Bella Donna.
Later Carmichael decides to return to his home state New York and must pass through San Francisco. Unfortunately because of fog the ship will not leave for a few days. He encounters Chamalis' helper, Old Atrocity (Walter Brennan), who, remarking his bags of gold is happy to show him to a nice hotel and restaurant. Carmichael (Joel McCrea) winds up at the Bella Donna and is surprised to find Mary working there. He is served a drugged up liquor and plays roulette at her table. He cannot retain his composure, vehemently insults 'Swan' and eventually bets and loses most of his money. The rest is pickpocketed.
Carmichael wakes up the following morning in the Bella Donna's kitchen. His eloquent speech impresses Chamalis, who hires him on the spot as a waiter. Carmichael's presence perturbs Mary, who would rather he depart, offering him money. An honest man, he refuses, wishing to earn the fare on his own.
Later Colonel Cobb leaves up a poster telling about a murder Chamalis' ordered and how the Bella Donna cheats customers. Seeing it, Chamlis' henchman "Knuckles" Jacoby (Brian Donlevy) shoots both the man who put it up and the publisher when he tries to defend him. Dying, Cobb orders his assistant to print the truth. A vigilante group is formed and soon hangs Knuckles.
Devastated on hearing the news of Cobb's death, Mary re-acknowledges her love for Carmichael, and works the roulette table so that he wins back the gold he previously lost.
Chamalis finds out and is angry with her. He sets out to kill Carmichael, who is actually hiding in Mary's bedroom. The lovers decide clandestinely to leave together. They find a secret rowboat and attempt to board the ship in the harbor. It is a foggy night, and they have trouble seeing, but easily hear Chamalis pursuing them. He shoots and injures Carmichael and finally discovers them hiding beneath a pier. Mary begs him, as proof of his love for her, not to kill Carmichael. Chamalis agrees, but in an act of greater love allows her to go with him.
A posse then arrives to punish Chamalis for all his crimes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 4999 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages:English, Francais, Espanol
RunTime 90 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 90 mins

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Barbary Coast (1935) DVD5 - Uncompressed -
Eng-Spanish Subs-Dialogue
Barbary Coast is a 1935 American historical drama
film directed by Howard Hawks. Shot in
black-and-white and set in San Francisco during
the Gold Rush era, the film combines elements of
crime, Western, melodrama and adventure genres,
features a wide range of actors, from good-guy
Joel McCrea to bad-boy Edward G. Robinson, and
stars Miriam Hopkins in the leading role as Mary
\'Swan\' Rutledge. In an early, uncredited
appearance, David Niven can be spotted playing a
drunken sailor being thrown out of a bar.
CAST:-
Miriam Hopkins as Mary \'Swan\' Rutledge
Edward G. Robinson as Luis Chamalis
Joel McCrea as Jim Carmichael
Frank Craven as Colonel Cobb
Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity
Brian Donlevy as Knuckles Jacoby
Clyde Cook as Oakie
Harry Carey as Jed Slocum
Matt McHugh as Broncho
Donald Meek as Sawbuck McTavish
Rollo Lloyd as Wigham
J.M. Kerrigan as Judge Harper
Roger Gray as Sandy Ferguson
David Niven as Drunken Sailor
Directed by Howard Hawks
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur
MOVIE REVIEW :- Barbary Coast (1935)
On a foggy night in 1850, Mary Rutledge (Miriam
Hopkins), accompanied by retired Colonel Marcus
Aurelius Cobb (Frank Craven), arrives in San
Francisco Bay from New York aboard the Flying
Cloud. A gold digger of the other kind, she has
come to wed the wealthy owner of a local saloon.
The men at the wharf are more than happy to greet
the \'white woman,\' but reluctant to inform her
that her fiancé is dead, murdered most likely by
a certain Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the
powerful owner of another Barbary Coast
establishment, the Bella Donna restaurant and
gambling house. Mary is at first quite upset, but
quickly pulls herself together and asks the way to
the Bella Donna, with a look of ambition on her
face.
Mary meets Chamalis and quickly agrees to be his
companion, not only for economic reasons (as an
attraction, she helps draw in customers), but for
personal pleasure as well.
Chamalis gives her the name \'Swan\' and she
becomes more or less his female escort. She
accompanies him on promenades in town (the
\'sinful\' unwed couple is insulted in one scene
by the mayor\'s wife) and he showers her with
extravagant gifts. Their relationship sours rather
quickly, however, and Swan is angered by some of
Chamalis\'s destructive power-mongering. She does
not, however, mind running a crooked roulette
wheel and cheating the miners out of their
gold.
Colonel Cobb, in the meantime, has opened a
printing press, with the intention of starting a
respectable newspaper for the people of San
Francisco. He and his colleagues successfully
print the first paper, which includes an article
criticizing a recent unpunished murder by Chamalis
and his entourage. When Chamalis finds out, he
tries to destroy Cobb\'s newly acquired machine
and threatens burning down the building, but is
halted by Swan, who comes to Cobb\'s defence.
Chamalis, nonetheless, demands that Cobb never
print anything attacking him. The colonel
unwillingly complies.
Time passes and Swan, disillusioned with her life
in San Francisco, saddens. Her distant behavior
irks Chamalis, who feels frustrated and
stonewalled. One dreary morning she sets out on
horseback. Later in the day it begins to rain
heavily and she seeks refuge in a small seemingly
abandoned cabin, where she meets a tall lonesome
poet and gold miner named Jim Carmichael (McCrea).
Swan is quite taken with him, but lies about her
current situation after hearing his criticisms of
the harlots and thieves of the city. He offers her
his book of poems as a memento and she returns to
the Bella Donna.
Later Carmichael decides to return to his home
state New York and must pass through San
Francisco. Unfortunately because of fog the ship
will not leave for a few days. He encounters
Chamalis\' helper, Old Atrocity (Walter Brennan),
who, remarking his bags of gold is happy to show
him to a nice hotel and restaurant. Carmichael
(Joel McCrea) winds up at the Bella Donna and is
surprised to find Mary working there. He is served
a drugged up liquor and plays roulette at her
table. He cannot retain his composure, vehemently
insults \'Swan\' and eventually bets and loses
most of his money. The rest is pickpocketed.
Carmichael wakes up the following morning in the
Bella Donna\'s kitchen. His eloquent speech
impresses Chamalis, who hires him on the spot as a
waiter. Carmichael\'s presence perturbs Mary, who
would rather he depart, offering him money. An
honest man, he refuses, wishing to earn the fare
on his own.
Later Colonel Cobb leaves up a poster telling
about a murder Chamalis\' ordered and how the
Bella Donna cheats customers. Seeing it, Chamlis\'
henchman "Knuckles" Jacoby (Brian Donlevy) shoots
both the man who put it up and the publisher when
he tries to defend him. Dying, Cobb orders his
assistant to print the truth. A vigilante group is
formed and soon hangs Knuckles.
Devastated on hearing the news of Cobb\'s death,
Mary re-acknowledges her love for Carmichael, and
works the roulette table so that he wins back the
gold he previously lost.
Chamalis finds out and is angry with her. He sets
out to kill Carmichael, who is actually hiding in
Mary\'s bedroom. The lovers decide clandestinely
to leave together. They find a secret rowboat and
attempt to board the ship in the harbor. It is a
foggy night, and they have trouble seeing, but
easily hear Chamalis pursuing them. He shoots and
injures Carmichael and finally discovers them
hiding beneath a pier. Mary begs him, as proof of
his love for her, not to kill Carmichael. Chamalis
agrees, but in an act of greater love allows her
to go with him.
A posse then arrives to punish Chamalis for all
his crimes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 4999 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages:English, Francais, Espanol
RunTime 90 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 90 mins

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Movie: Barbary Coast
IMDB link: 0026097
Detected quality: DVD
IMDB rating: 6.9 (567 votes)
RottenTomatoes: 100% 51%
Genres: drama, adventure, romance, western Barbary Coast (1935) DVD5 - Uncompressed - Eng-Spanish Subs-Dialogue
Barbary Coast is a 1935 American historical drama film directed by Howard Hawks. Shot in black-and-white and set in San Francisco during the Gold Rush era, the film combines elements of crime, Western, melodrama and adventure genres, features a wide range of actors, from good-guy Joel McCrea to bad-boy Edward G. Robinson, and stars Miriam Hopkins in the leading role as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge. In an early, uncredited appearance, David Niven can be spotted playing a drunken sailor being thrown out of a bar.
CAST:-
Miriam Hopkins as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge
Edward G. Robinson as Luis Chamalis
Joel McCrea as Jim Carmichael
Frank Craven as Colonel Cobb
Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity
Brian Donlevy as Knuckles Jacoby
Clyde Cook as Oakie
Harry Carey as Jed Slocum
Matt McHugh as Broncho
Donald Meek as Sawbuck McTavish
Rollo Lloyd as Wigham
J.M. Kerrigan as Judge Harper
Roger Gray as Sandy Ferguson
David Niven as Drunken Sailor
Directed by Howard Hawks
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur
MOVIE REVIEW :- Barbary Coast (1935)
On a foggy night in 1850, Mary Rutledge (Miriam Hopkins), accompanied by retired Colonel Marcus Aurelius Cobb (Frank Craven), arrives in San Francisco Bay from New York aboard the Flying Cloud. A gold digger of the other kind, she has come to wed the wealthy owner of a local saloon. The men at the wharf are more than happy to greet the 'white woman,' but reluctant to inform her that her fiancé is dead, murdered most likely by a certain Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the powerful owner of another Barbary Coast establishment, the Bella Donna restaurant and gambling house. Mary is at first quite upset, but quickly pulls herself together and asks the way to the Bella Donna, with a look of ambition on her face.
Mary meets Chamalis and quickly agrees to be his companion, not only for economic reasons (as an attraction, she helps draw in customers), but for personal pleasure as well.
Chamalis gives her the name 'Swan' and she becomes more or less his female escort. She accompanies him on promenades in town (the 'sinful' unwed couple is insulted in one scene by the mayor's wife) and he showers her with extravagant gifts. Their relationship sours rather quickly, however, and Swan is angered by some of Chamalis's destructive power -mongering. She does not, however, mind running a crooked roulette wheel and cheating the miners out of their gold.
Colonel Cobb, in the meantime, has opened a printing press, with the intention of starting a respectable newspaper for the people of San Francisco. He and his colleagues successfully print the first paper, which includes an article criticizing a recent unpunished murder by Chamalis and his entourage. When Chamalis finds out, he tries to destroy Cobb's newly acquired machine and threatens burning down the building, but is halted by Swan, who comes to Cobb's defence. Chamalis, nonetheless, demands that Cobb never print anything attacking him. The colonel unwillingly complies.
Time passes and Swan, disillusioned with her life in San Francisco, saddens. Her distant behavior irks Chamalis, who feels frustrated and stonewalled. One dreary morning she sets out on horseback. Later in the day it begins to rain heavily and she seeks refuge in a small seemingly abandoned cabin, where she meets a tall lonesome poet and gold miner named Jim Carmichael (McCrea). Swan is quite taken with him, but lies about her current situation after hearing his criticisms of the harlots and thieves of the city. He offers her his book of poems as a memento and she returns to the Bella Donna.
Later Carmichael decides to return to his home state New York and must pass through San Francisco. Unfortunately because of fog the ship will not leave for a few days. He
encounters Chamalis' helper, Old Atrocity (Walter Brennan), who, remarking his bags of gold is happy to show him to a nice hotel and restaurant. Carmichael (Joel McCrea) winds up at the Bella Donna and is surprised to find Mary working there. He is served a drugged up liquor and plays roulette at her table. He cannot retain his composure, vehemently insults 'Swan' and eventually bets and loses most of his money. The rest is pickpocketed.
Carmichael wakes up the following morning in the Bella Donna's kitchen. His eloquent speech impresses Chamalis, who hires him on the spot as a waiter. Carmichael's presence perturbs Mary, who would rather he depart, offering him money. An honest man, he refuses, wishing to earn the fare on his own.
Later Colonel Cobb leaves up a poster telling about a murder Chamalis' ordered and how the Bella Donna cheats customers. Seeing it, Chamlis' henchman "Knuckles" Jacoby (Brian Donlevy) shoots both the man who put it up and the publisher when he tries to defend him. Dying, Cobb orders his assistant to print the truth. A vigilante group is formed and soon hangs Knuckles.
Devastated on hearing the news of Cobb's death, Mary re-acknowledges her love for Carmichael, and works the roulette table so that he wins back the gold he previously lost.
Chamalis finds out and is angry with her. He sets out to kill Carmichael, who is actually hiding in Mary's bedroom. The lovers decide clandestinely to leave together. They find a secret rowboat and attempt to board the ship in the harbor. It is a foggy night, and they have trouble seeing, but easily hear Chamalis pursuing them. He shoots and injures Carmichael and finally discovers them hiding beneath a pier. Mary begs him, as proof of his love for her, not to kill Carmichael. Chamalis agrees, but in an act of greater love allows her to go with him.
A posse then arrives to punish Chamalis for all his crimes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 4999 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages:English, Francais, Espanol
RunTime 90 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 90 mins

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Barbary Coast (1935) DVD5 - Uncompressed - Eng-Spanish Subs-Dialogue
Barbary Coast is a 1935 American historical drama film directed by Howard Hawks. Shot in black-and-white and set in San Francisco during the Gold Rush era, the film combines elements of crime, Western, melodrama and adventure genres, features a wide range of actors, from good-guy Joel McCrea to bad-boy Edward G. Robinson, and stars Miriam Hopkins in the leading role as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge. In an early, uncredited appearance, David Niven can be spotted playing a drunken sailor being thrown out of a bar.
CAST:-
Miriam Hopkins as Mary 'Swan' Rutledge
Edward G. Robinson as Luis Chamalis
Joel McCrea as Jim Carmichael
Frank Craven as Colonel Cobb
Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity
Brian Donlevy as Knuckles Jacoby
Clyde Cook as Oakie
Harry Carey as Jed Slocum
Matt McHugh as Broncho
Donald Meek as Sawbuck McTavish
Rollo Lloyd as Wigham
J.M. Kerrigan as Judge Harper
Roger Gray as Sandy Ferguson
David Niven as Drunken Sailor
Directed by Howard Hawks
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Written by Ben Hecht, Charles MacArthur
MOVIE REVIEW :- Barbary Coast (1935)
On a foggy night in 1850, Mary Rutledge (Miriam Hopkins), accompanied by retired Colonel Marcus Aurelius Cobb (Frank Craven), arrives in San Francisco Bay from New York aboard the Flying Cloud. A gold digger of the other kind, she has come to wed the wealthy owner of a local saloon. The men at the wharf are more than happy to greet the 'white woman,' but reluctant to inform her that her fiancé is dead, murdered most likely by a certain Louis Chamalis (Edward G. Robinson), the powerful owner of another Barbary Coast establishment, the Bella Donna restaurant and gambling house. Mary is at first quite upset, but quickly pulls herself together and asks the way to the Bella Donna, with a look of ambition on her face.
Mary meets Chamalis and quickly agrees to be his companion, not only for economic reasons (as an attraction, she helps draw in customers), but for personal pleasure as well.
Chamalis gives her the name 'Swan' and she becomes more or less his female escort. She accompanies him on promenades in town (the 'sinful' unwed couple is insulted in one scene by the mayor's wife) and he showers her with extravagant gifts. Their relationship sours rather quickly, however, and Swan is angered by some of Chamalis's destructive power -mongering. She does not, however, mind running a crooked roulette wheel and cheating the miners out of their gold.
Colonel Cobb, in the meantime, has opened a printing press, with the intention of starting a respectable newspaper for the people of San Francisco. He and his colleagues successfully print the first paper, which includes an article criticizing a recent unpunished murder by Chamalis and his entourage. When Chamalis finds out, he tries to destroy Cobb's newly acquired machine and threatens burning down the building, but is halted by Swan, who comes to Cobb's defence. Chamalis, nonetheless, demands that Cobb never print anything attacking him. The colonel unwillingly complies.
Time passes and Swan, disillusioned with her life in San Francisco, saddens. Her distant behavior irks Chamalis, who feels frustrated and stonewalled. One dreary morning she sets out on horseback. Later in the day it begins to rain heavily and she seeks refuge in a small seemingly abandoned cabin, where she meets a tall lonesome poet and gold miner named Jim Carmichael (McCrea). Swan is quite taken with him, but lies about her current situation after hearing his criticisms of the harlots and thieves of the city. He offers her his book of poems as a memento and she returns to the Bella Donna.
Later Carmichael decides to return to his home state New York and must pass through San Francisco. Unfortunately because of fog the ship will not leave for a few days. He
encounters Chamalis' helper, Old Atrocity (Walter Brennan), who, remarking his bags of gold is happy to show him to a nice hotel and restaurant. Carmichael (Joel McCrea) winds up at the Bella Donna and is surprised to find Mary working there. He is served a drugged up liquor and plays roulette at her table. He cannot retain his composure, vehemently insults 'Swan' and eventually bets and loses most of his money. The rest is pickpocketed.
Carmichael wakes up the following morning in the Bella Donna's kitchen. His eloquent speech impresses Chamalis, who hires him on the spot as a waiter. Carmichael's presence perturbs Mary, who would rather he depart, offering him money. An honest man, he refuses, wishing to earn the fare on his own.
Later Colonel Cobb leaves up a poster telling about a murder Chamalis' ordered and how the Bella Donna cheats customers. Seeing it, Chamlis' henchman "Knuckles" Jacoby (Brian Donlevy) shoots both the man who put it up and the publisher when he tries to defend him. Dying, Cobb orders his assistant to print the truth. A vigilante group is formed and soon hangs Knuckles.
Devastated on hearing the news of Cobb's death, Mary re-acknowledges her love for Carmichael, and works the roulette table so that he wins back the gold he previously lost.
Chamalis finds out and is angry with her. He sets out to kill Carmichael, who is actually hiding in Mary's bedroom. The lovers decide clandestinely to leave together. They find a secret rowboat and attempt to board the ship in the harbor. It is a foggy night, and they have trouble seeing, but easily hear Chamalis pursuing them. He shoots and injures Carmichael and finally discovers them hiding beneath a pier. Mary begs him, as proof of his love for her, not to kill Carmichael. Chamalis agrees, but in an act of greater love allows her to go with him.
A posse then arrives to punish Chamalis for all his crimes.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 4999 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages:English, Francais, Espanol
RunTime 90 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais, Espanol
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 90 mins

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