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|Actor||Rains Claude, Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre, Paul Henreid, Ingrid Bergman|
|Producer||Hal B. Wallis|
|Edition||Introduction by Lauren Bacall , Commentary by Critic Roger Ebert, Trailers, Deleted Scenes, You Must Remember this - A tribute to Casablanca|
|Manufacturer||Reliance Home Video|
|Running Time||99 Minutes|
|Audio Encoding||5.1 Dolby Digital|
|Number Of Discs||2|
Casablance sky rocketed Humphary Bogart to instant fame and remains one of his best movies till date.
A poignant tale of love, hearbreak, sacrifice and redemption set during WW-II in Morocco where refugees fleeing Hitler's Europe land in to escape abroad.
Rick (Bogart) plays a cynical American Cafe Owner in Casablanca who sticks his neck out for no one until the day his old flame (who broke his heart) arrives with her husband to his Cafe Americana.
What follows is one of those heartbreaking romances which have become the legend of classic film noire. The breathtakingly beautiful Ingrid Bergman never looked so ethreal in any movie and Bogart never played such self sacrificing rugged hero again.
A classic in truest sense of the word Casablance has rightly earned its name amoong the top ten movies of Hollywood.
Casablance is that rare wine which needs to be savoured one sip at a time.