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The Seventh Cross DVD

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Somewhere in Nazi Germany there is a concentration camp. And in that camp, there are seven crosses, one for each of the men who dared to escape. One by one, the Gestapo hunts the seven down, and returns them to the crosses. And death. Until there is but one cross left. And one man left trying to escape it. Fred Zinnemann (High Noon) directs Spencer Tracy at the head of a terrifically talented ensemble that includes such notables as Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy (their first appearance together), Ray Collins, Signe Hasso and Agnes Moorehead. This tense, terse and gripping war-time thriller both plumbs the depths of human depravity and soars to the heights of human charity and sacrifice, as one man's journey through hell restores his faith in mankind.


**Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.
Technical Specs
  • Format: DVD [MOD]
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 111 Minutes
  • Region: 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
  • Studio: Warner Archives
  • DVD Release Date: November 22, 2011
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Color: Black & White
Reviews
3 Reviews
5.0

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      5.0

      Great movie

      By banklady

      from West Hartford, CT

      About Me Casual Viewer

      Pros

      • Engaging Characters
      • Entertaining
      • Great Cinematography
      • High Production Value

      Cons

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        • Saturday Movie Night

        Comments about this product:

        I just finished watching this movie on TCM (on my DVR), and I came right in to my computer to buy it from shop.com. The cinematographer was featured that day so the introduction to the movie mentioned him. I'm not sure I would have noticed the cinematography so much without hearing the introduction first. The movie was so beautifully photographed, very much like a film noir, which I love. Then I was just caught up in the story. It was very tense because any character could turn in Spenser Tracy, or anyone helping him. The movie was very balanced in the way the German people were portrayed, which may have been why it didn't become highly praised in 1944, when it was made. The story is fascinating, and the acting is wonderful. This is the best movie I've seen in a long time.

         
        5.0

        Great Actors

        By Bob

        from Danville, Kansas

        About Me Movie Buff

        Pros

        • Engaging Characters
        • Entertaining
        • Informative

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          This is a great story with great actors and story line.Highly recommend for youg adults in thier 20's and 30's , who know little about how Hitler came to power and the power of human nature to over come adversity

           
          5.0

          The Seventh Cross

          By Living in Reality

          from Mpls, MN

          About Me Avid Moviegoer

          Pros

          • Engaging Characters
          • Informative

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            • Adult Viewers
            • At Home
            • Perfect Gift

            Comments about this product:

            I first saw this movie on TCM and felt I understood, for the first time, how it is a country can first be seduced into accepting socialism, and then how it slides quickly into communism/facism. This is best understood in the scene where Tracy turns to a German friend for help and his friend tells him how mistaken Tracy is about Hitler who gives them free bread and gas cards. The dialog that follows from Tracy is unforgetable! Such a pivotal scene where both Tracy and his friend come to some hard truths; Tracy about his friendship, and the friend about the reality of what was happening in/to Germany.

            I highly recommend parents sit and watch this film with their tweens and young adults.

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