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Black Zoo [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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  • Formato: NTSC, Importación
  • Región: Todas las regiones
  • Número de discos: 1
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  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • ASIN: B005OT7XMU
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Me ha sorprendido gratamente, buscaba ésta película, hace mucho tiempo y la calidad de imagen es muy buena para ser DVD,
la imagen es pantalla ancha, con franjas negras arriba y abajo (no un pan & scan 4:3), el español es latino (pero al ser un doblaje de 1963 tiene cierto encanto), tiene pista en ingles con subtitulos en español, eso sí los subtitulos tienen un gran fallo, se quedan "enganchados" en la última frase y no desaparecen hasta que comienza otro dialogo, lo que ocurre con ésto, es que en secuencias sin dialogo, aparece la última frase en el subtitulo todo el tiempo. A pesar de ésto, creo que es una buena compra.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Black Zoo: Don't Feed the Animals ! 3 de octubre de 2012
Por c.g. gilman - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
The "BLACK ZOO" was the 3rd film Michael Gough did in collaboraion with Herman Cohen. The other two were the cult terror classic "HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM" and the ludicrous but highly entertaining "KONGA". They would do one more film together where Gough is dispatched early into the movie and that was "BERSERK" starring an over the top Joan Crawford. In this chiller Gough plays a private zoo keeper who uses his animals to liquidate his enemies, such as an unctious realtor (Jerome Cowan) who wants to buy his property, a busybody talent agent (Virginia Grey) trying to ruin his marriage, or a sadistic and inept groundskeeper ( Elisha Cook Jr.) who delights in torturing Goughs prized tiger. None of these people engender much sympathy. In fact the audience may even be rooting for Gough. Although he is more subdued here (and putting on an american accent) Michael Gough still manages to find some scenery to chew. Whether he is lashing out at his wife or brutally beating Elisha Cook Jr. Gough's villainy shines thruout. One minor point if Goughs character is murdering these people to save his beloved animals why does he keep his pets outside in the cold and rain? The only real victim in this thriller is Gough's wife, (played sympathetically by Jeanne Cooper)because she is married to this tempermental, violent, and selfish maniac. Another victim is Carl (effectively portrayed by singer Rod Lauren) as Gough's mute assistant who reluctantly takes part in each murder. He is mute because he witnessed something shocking Gough did years ago. Others in the cast are the pretty and sensual Marianna Hill as a young art student who has a crush on Rod, and Ed Platt as the chief of detectives who must of used this job as a training ground for CONTROL, because his staff are about as effective and intelligent as Maxwell Smart. Also look for actor George Barrows as Victor the gorilla. Sharpeyed fans will recognize his suit as the same one used in "KONGA". The disc is presented in widescreen with radiant Eastman color. No more pan and scan with faded colors. The picture and sound are sharp and crisp. The casing is excellent with the original poster on the cover. The only drawback is there is no trailer or special features. So step right up and see if not the greatest show on earth than one that will at least chill you to the bone.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Third Time Is Not The Charm. 17 de marzo de 2012
Por Chip Kaufmann - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
BLACK ZOO marks the third and final teaming of producer Herman Cohen and actor Michael Gough (GOFF) and the results are definitely mixed. This is a pity because the other two movies, the incredibly lurid HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM and the deliriously outrageous KONGA are guilty pleasures of the first order. ZOO doesn't quite measure up to the other two although it does have its moments. The biggest problem is the screenplay by Aben Kandel and Herman Cohen. Although responsible for the first two films, they ran out of steam this time around. This screenplay is not lurid or outrageous enough and it recycles themes and plot development (young assistant to do his dirty work, unhappy female partner) from the others. It may have been cheaper to shoot it in America (and these were certainly not big budget productions) but this one really looks cheap from the claustrophobic sets in pastel colors (which resemble the choices you had in purchasing an American Motors vehicle) to the frequently non-existant use of lighting and that kept constantly distracting me.

While technically inferior to the first two, BLACK ZOO is graced by a number of fine performances from Jerome Cowan's sleazy developer to Gough's tormented wife as played by future soap opera star Jeanne Cooper. Former child star Virginia Grey is very good in her small part as Cooper's agent and Elisha Cook Jr is...Elisha Cook Jr. There are a couple of outstanding scenes that linger long after the film is over. One is the sequence where Gough entertains his big cats with an organ recital while they lounge on furniture just like domestic ones. The other is the funeral of a tiger which is staged as if it were one of Roger Corman's Poe films. When I first saw this back in the mid 1960s it was on TV and it was in black & white (which probably "colored" my view of it). This Warner Archive DVD-R is a high quality transfer that preserves the original widescreen aspect ratio as well as the 1950s color scheme. I only wish that it contained subtitles so that I could really follow and enjoy the "remarkable" dialogue. While not his best, this rarity is still a must for fans of Michael Gough.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas THE ANIMALS ARE SO BEAUTIFUL IN COLOR. 31 de enero de 2014
Por Lord PALMER of Barsoom - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
i love old horror films. this is a dear piece of GEM. the story is easy to follow,and the animals are fun towatch because they look as if they are enjoying themselves. they appeared on the tonight show with johnny carson back in the day when this was coming out.* that i read in a interview*. its hard to find this movie, i looked and came to amazon who seem never to let me down. if youre reading this..stop now !!!! order this movie. enjoy, get the popcorn, ginger ale, candy, coca cola...and your pet cat, dog, fish , what ever and enjoy THE BLACK ZOO.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I like weird films from the 50's and 60's 30 de marzo de 2016
Por Gene StJohn - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I like weird films from the 50's and 60's. This one is weird. That is not a bad thing.
1 de 1 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Black Zoo 28 de diciembre de 2013
Por Mr. R. N. Willcox - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Michael Gough in another horror with plot similarities to Horrors of the Black Museum and Konga. Still a fun fim though with excellent quality disc. High recomended. In 'Scope.

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