Nana (Dorothy Arzner, 1934) SATRip VO + AuEs

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Nana (Dorothy Arzner, 1934) SATRip VO + AuEs

Notapor serdar002 » Dom Nov 16, 2008 12:33 pm

Another one from the new KG uploads who keep flowing in these days like mad. Uploaded by ZenKoan. No subs. IMDB

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Producer Samuel Goldwyn's lavish though compromised adaptation of Emile Zola's novel Nana (1934) is best remembered today as the infamous Hollywood debut of Russian-born starlet Anna Sten. The film is the story of a mercenary streetwalker turned stage singer whose calculating social rise is undone when she falls in love. Sten was to be Goldwyn's answer to Greta Garbo at MGM and Marlene Dietrich at Paramount, his own exotic leading lady. That she spoke not a word of English when he signed her to a lucrative two-year contract didn't trouble him in the least. Before she even arrived in America, Goldwyn busied himself building up his starlet's image as "the passionate princess" and "the Soviet Cinderella," an exotic fairy-tale princess whose beauty and charisma would capture the public imagination. Or so he hoped.

Goldwyn gave Sten top billing in Nana – her name is above the title right there in the first credit – and then added mystery by withholding her picture from the portrait-gallery of the cast that followed. In her first scene, a pauper's funeral in a grim graveyard, she's shrouded in a fog so thick she could be underwater (it's an evocative image from the great cinematographer Gregg Toland, who later shot Citizen Kane [1941] and The Little Foxes [1941]). In the next scene, she's slaving away as a plucky servant scrubbing the floor of a home no better than a shack. "I don't know what I'll be, but I won't be weak and I won't be poor," she vows, and by her third scene, "One Year Later," her transformation is complete. Nana is a beautiful and brazen streetwalker in everything but name, a mercenary woman of the streets who knows how to take care of herself. She takes her future into her own hands. When hired by a possessive theatrical impresario (Richard Bennett) who grooms and mentors his discovery, she plays the old man like a violin while flirting her way up through high society. It's only when she falls in love with lowly military lieutenant George Muffat (Phillips Holmes) that her mercenary instincts fail her. Lionel Atwill (who had starred opposite Dietrich in The Song of Songs, 1933) co-stars as the lieutenant's elder brother, Andre, a moralizing martinet of a superior officer who, in his efforts to separate Nana and George, himself falls for Nana's beauty.

Goldwyn had first seen Sten in a German version of The Brothers Karamazov (1931) and originally planned to launch his discovery with an American adaptation of the novel until he became frustrated negotiating the legal complications. Instead, he turned to Zola's Nana, an up-from-the-streets romantic tragedy with a story that fit both the Cinderella story he spun for Sten's publicity blitz and the exotic mystique he hoped she would put across on screen. He spent almost a year developing a workable screenplay from the massive novel, which gave Sten time to master her halting English and Goldwyn time to groom her in the ways of Hollywood celebrity. The finest designers in show business created her wardrobe and major magazines ran glowing profiles and glamorous photos of his discovery before she ever shot a foot of film. After spending nearly $200,000 on his protégé and her publicity build-up, Goldwyn poured money into the production, only to shut it down after more than three weeks of shooting.

He fired original director George Fitzmaurice and brought in a new screenwriter to revise the script. After unsuccessfully courting George Cukor, Goldwyn hired Dorothy Arzner (the only woman director working at the major studios at the time) to take over the project and even recast some of the major roles: Warren William, originally cast as Andre, was replaced by Lionel Atwill and Mae Clarke took over the role of Satin, Nana's best friend, from Pert Kelton. The overhauled production started from scratch, more than doubling the film's budget. Goldwyn just added it to his hype, branding Sten his "million dollar discovery."

With her big eyes and lovely smile, Sten is undeniably photogenic and she's fine when striking an attitude or putting on a show to manipulate an admirer, but when called upon to play more complex emotional states her weaknesses become apparent. Sten plays Nana as either a conniving golddigger or girlish romantic but offers little nuance in between and her weak command of English results in awkward delivery and odd rhythms. "The only thing I could do was not let her talk so much," commented Arzner years later. Sten largely talk-sings her one and only song, a minor Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart torch song entitled "That's Love," with the affectation of world weary experience. She's at her best in scenes with her best friends, the savvy and cynical Satin (Mae Clarke) and the naïve and sweetly dim Mimi (Muriel Kirkland), a pair of loyal colleagues from her streetwalking days carried along on her rollercoaster rise and fall.

Produced under the eye of the newly empowered Hays office, the script never states the obvious but Nana still manages to suggest a culture of decadence and sex and Arzner never passes judgment on their profession. If anything, it's the lecherous old men, who woo the young and beautiful Nana with jewels and gifts in exchange for her attentions, and the moral hypocrites who pass judgment on her, that are the most tarnished in this story.

Nana opened wide with a massive advertising push and was a huge flop, both commercially and critically. Most reviews honed in on Sten's weak performance. Goldwyn's "Million Dollar Discovery" was branded "Goldwyn's Folly," but the producer was undeterred, determined to transform Sten into a star, and he featured her in two subsequent productions: We Live Again (1934) opposite Fredric March and The Wedding Night (1935) with Gary Cooper. They proved to be expensive lessons and Goldwyn finally gave up on Sten. Though she remained in America, her career was quickly forgotten. Goldwyn's career, meanwhile, only became more successful and more prestigious.

Directed by Dorothy Arzner
and George Fitzmaurice (fired, replaced by Dorothy Arzner)
Produced by Samuel Goldwyn
Original Music by Alfred Newman
Cinematography by Gregg Toland
Art Direction by Richard Day
Costume Design by Adrian, Travis Banton, John W. Harkrider
Cast
Anna Sten ... Nana
Lionel Atwill ... Col. Andre Muffat
Richard Bennett ... Gaston Greiner
Mae Clarke ... Satin
Phillips Holmes ... Lt. George Muffat
Muriel Kirkland ... Mimi
Reginald Owen ... Bordenave
Helen Freeman ... Sabine Muffat
Lawrence Grant ... Grand Duke Alexis
Jessie Ralph ... Zoe
Ferdinand Gottschalk ... Finot

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This is a replacement rip. The previous rip was missing the final minute and cut off Nana's speech. Thanks to CitizenBlackList for that rip. file details ZenKoan's rip:
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My TCM rip
Occasional watermark
ESS standalone friendly
Ripped with Gordian Knot

GK chose to switch the audio to mono cbr from my usual setting of mono vbr.

The rip plays a bit dark on my pc, but rather than fiddle with it, I think it's best if you adjust the contrast in your player to suit your preferences.

File Name .............: Nana.1934.Dorothy.Arzner.avi
File Size (in bytes) ..: 935,235,584 bytes
Runtime (# of frames) .: 01:26:51 (124944 frames)

Video Codec ...........: XviD
Frame Size ............: 640x480 () [=] [=1.333]
FPS ...................: 23.976
Video Bitrate .........: 1395 kb/s
Bits per Pixel ........: 0.189 bpp
B-VOP, N-VOP, QPel, GMC ......: [B-VOP]...[]...[]...[]

Audio Codec ...........: 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Sample Rate ...........: 48000 Hz
Audio bitrate .........: 32 kb/s [1 channel(s)] CBR audio
Interleave ............: 42 ms
No. of audio streams ..: 1

eD2K link Nana.1934.Dorothy.Arzner.avi [891.91 Mb] 

Audio español sincronizado por heinlein
http://www.sendspace.com/file/0ppwlk
eD2K link Nana 1934.mp3 [79.51 Mb] 

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Re: Nana (Dorothy Arzner 1934) SatRip VO

Notapor _rg__ » Dom Nov 16, 2008 2:00 pm

:good: :good: i¨m very interested in "Merrily We Go to Hell" too!! (Dorothy Arzner ,1932) :jis: :lala: :lala:

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Re: Nana (Dorothy Arzner 1934) SatRip VO

Notapor serdar002 » Dom Nov 16, 2008 6:20 pm

This film has all the ingredients I like, and I watched it till the last scene which stops rather abruptly during Nana's farewell speech, there seem to be a few seconds or even minutes missing. Sorry about that, maybe we'll get a complete rip later. The film isn't that bad and is certainly a beautiful production.
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Notapor serdar002 » Lun Nov 17, 2008 9:07 am

New ed2k link added, don't download from the old link any longer!
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Re: Nana (Dorothy Arzner 1934) SatRip VO

Notapor _rg__ » Lun Nov 17, 2008 1:08 pm

ok
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Notapor jangelcm » Mar Nov 18, 2008 3:05 am

Thanks serdar.

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Notapor zepol » Mar Nov 18, 2008 6:21 pm

Thanks serdar, I take the new link. :hola:
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Notapor PolMcCarry » Vie Abr 24, 2009 1:16 pm

Y otra más que tengo doblada en otro video comprado en el 95.
Digo lo mismo, si hay sincronizador extraigo el audio :hola:
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Notapor _rg__ » Vie Abr 24, 2009 8:01 pm

PolMcCarry escribió:Y otra más que tengo doblada en otro video comprado en el 95.
Digo lo mismo, si hay sincronizador extraigo el audio :hola:



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pd: si el audio está en "Películas que pueden ser sincronizadas-Montajes en tránsito" fijo que tarde o temprano cae (es alucinante como se lo curran).
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Notapor The_Spirit » Vie Abr 24, 2009 9:48 pm

PolMcCarry escribió:Y otra más que tengo doblada en otro video comprado en el 95.
Digo lo mismo, si hay sincronizador extraigo el audio :hola:


Yo también estoy interesado en un dual tanto de esta como de "Major Barbara".

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Re: Nana (Dorothy Arzner 1934) SatRip VO

Notapor PolMcCarry » Sab Abr 25, 2009 12:53 pm

The_Spirit escribió:
PolMcCarry escribió:Y otra más que tengo doblada en otro video comprado en el 95.
Digo lo mismo, si hay sincronizador extraigo el audio :hola:


Yo también estoy interesado en un dual tanto de esta como de "Major Barbara".

Saludos


Pues nada, que en cuanto me la pase un conocido a dvd ( no tengo reproductor de vhs ) extraigo los audios para que los "magos sincronizadores" nos permitan poder disfrutar de ambos filmes :hola:
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Notapor The_Spirit » Lun May 04, 2009 6:52 pm

Pincho a la espera de ese audio, gracias serdar002 y PolMcCarry por el futuro audio.
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Notapor heinlein » Lun May 04, 2009 7:20 pm

Pincho de momento la película, que la sincro del audio, por uno o por otro caerá antes o después, eso seguro.

Gracias serdar002, y a PolMcCarry por esa futura aportación.
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Notapor MARCOS » Lun May 04, 2009 11:08 pm

Pincho también en espera de ese deseado audio español. :good:
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Notapor PolMcCarry » Sab May 09, 2009 10:15 pm

Aquí está el otro audio prometido ( no sincronizado )

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZNHETI53

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Notapor heinlein » Sab May 23, 2009 3:07 am

Bueno ya le ha tocado a esta, pero como he visto que es una sincronización bastante laboriosa (en 10 minutos he tenido que dar mil cortes y he tardado una hora), y como esta semana empieza la feria en la ciudad donde vivo, pues la verdad que voy a hacer poco, de modo que habrá que esperar a primero de junio, pero si nadie ha empezado con ella, me quedo el trabajo.

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Notapor david1971 » Sab May 23, 2009 8:00 am

Muchas gracias!!
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Re: Nana (Dorothy Arzner 1934) SatRip VO

Notapor heinlein » Sab Jul 04, 2009 11:39 am

Por fin después bastante tiempo, debido a unos problemillas personales, y que a esta sinconización le he tenido que dar algo más de dos mil microañadidos, vamos a postear este audio sincronizado en descaga directa (ustedes lo comparten en la mula). Espero que no tenga fallos, y si tuviera alguno sed benevolente porque con tantos microañadidos es fácil que alguno se haya pasado.

Un saludo y que lo disfruteis.

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Notapor MARCOS » Sab Jul 04, 2009 11:45 am

Muchas gracias heinlein por el audio sincronizado. :hola:
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Notapor _rg__ » Sab Jul 04, 2009 12:12 pm

:good: :good:
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