Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) VHSRip VO + AuEsNS

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Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) VHSRip VO + AuEsNS

Notapor Lobo López » Sab Abr 21, 2012 2:11 am

Driftwood (1947)
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Director: Allan Dwan
Guion: Mary Loos, Richard Sale
Productor: Republic
Reparto: Ruth Warrick, Walter Brennan, Dean Jagger, Charlotte Greenwood, Natalie Wood, Jerome Cowan, H. B. Warner, Margaret Hamilton, Hobart Cavanaugh, Francis Ford.
Duración: 88 min.
La historia trata de una niña (Natalie Wood contaba con ocho años de edad), que vive con su abuelo en el bosque, en estado casi salvaje. Al morir este, se dirige al pueblo. Por el camino encuentra un perro abandonado, que ha caído de un avión. Recogidos por el medico del pueblo, los acoge en su casa. La niña, es objeto de burla por la chiquillería, debido a su vestimenta, y modales demasiado sinceros para la hipócrita sociedad. Después cuando se declara una terrible epidemia, se descubre que la sangre del perro, puede curar a los infectados.
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VHSRip VO:
eD2K link (1947) Driftwood.avi [700.01 Mb] 


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chaplin.cl escribió:
click ford escribió:Gracias al compañero aguadulce tenemos el doblaje no sincronizado, esperemos que alguien pueda hacer un DUAL:
<a href="eD2K link Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3 [120.98 Mb]  (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3</a>

Este enlace tiene algún problema . El correcto es el siguiente :

eD2K link Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3 [120.98 Mb] 


Cuando lo tenga , lo puedo poner en descarga directa .


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chaplin.cl escribió:El doblaje facilitado por aguadulce y click ford , en descarga directa :


https://rapidshare.com/files/1238385098 ... _ford-.mp3


http://u2oiea.1fichier.com/en/



Otra más de Dwan, a ver si vamos completando su amplísima filmografía. También la encontré en el emule.
Esta película nunca se estrenó en España, aunque como podéis comprobar aquí, se emitió por televisión en 1991, en La2: http://hemeroteca-paginas.mundodeportiv ... 08-060.pdf

Algunos comentarios:

- “I have been able to see the fairly rare DRIFTWOOD, which had the same writing team as INSIDE STORY (Mary Loos and Richard Sale), and it's very very great. As good as DR. BULL in showing a whole community from the inside out. The first reel, being told entirely from the hallucinogenic point of view of a terrified child, is astonishing. A half-demolished church, a thunder and lightening storm, a little girl alone in the pews, daisies in her toes, an old preacher preaches, dies on the alter, she flees into the desert at night, she sees a plane in the sky, says "Beelzebub Beelzebub!", the plane crashes, a dog runs out of the ruins to her...!” (ANDY RECTOR) (http://kinoslang.blogspot.com.es/2010/0 ... eople.html)

- “According to Peter Bogdanovich Driftwood is an affectionate and touching little fable about an orphan girl and her effect on several people in a small town - ‘sensitively directed.’ According to Dwan himself, ‘what intrigued me after we got going was the ability of the child we found - little Natalie Wood. She had a real talent for acting, an ability to characterise and interpret, and that was a pleasure.’ However much this may be true, dramatically speaking, visually speaking the major interest today lies in Dwan’s first collaboration with master Noir cameraman John Alton of whom he said later: ‘If I found a cameraman I liked, I kept asking for him. Because they’re awfully important. I finally got a hold of John Alton at one of the studios. He was very pompous and aristocratic, but he turned out to be a great photographer. And that’s what you want. You need that. It’s half the game.” —Dennis Jakob (http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/film/FN0610)

- “…a beautiful film Dwan made at Republic with Natalie Wood as a saintly orphan named Jenny. After the death of her preacher grandfather, Jenny leaves Bullfrog Springs, the ghost town where she grew up, for Panbucket, a conservative village which she calls “Sodom and Gomorrah” until her uncompromising truthfulness transforms it into “Heaven” (Bill Krohn) (http://sensesofcinema.com/2003/feature- ... and_flume/)

- Dan Sallitt la nombra entre sus películas favoritas de los años 40 (http://www.panix.com/~sallitt/bestfilm40.html)

- Mike Grost en su blog:
Spoiler: +
Driftwood (1947) is a drama about a little girl (played by Natalie Wood). It recalls Dwan's earlier Shirley Temple vehicle, Heidi:
• Both are about little orphan girls, who wander about into foster homes.
• Both have a crusty old man who likes the girl: Heidi's grandfather, Walter Brennan in Driftwood.
• In both, the little girl is smart and articulate.
• Both have lots of animals - perhaps because these are "family films". (The research animals in Driftwood are in cages, a familiar Dwan image.)
• Both have reverent scenes in a Protestant church, in which the little girl plays a prominent role, somewhat implausibly but sympathetically.
• Both little girls are from poor, restricted backgrounds, and they are amazed by what they see of more affluent or urban life.
• Both girls say things that affect the match-making of sympathetic couples.
• An ally of the girl gets in trouble with the authorities late in both films, leading to dramatic confrontations.
While Natalie Wood in Driftwood is intelligent and decent, she is not a person who solves everyone's troubles: unlike Shirley Temple.
Small Towns, Politics - and Links to Young People
The hero is one of many Dwan characters who are dissatisfied with small town life. He plans to move to San Francisco. And Walter Brennan wishes he were young enough to pull up stakes and join him.
Driftwood is one of many Dwan films with conflicts between political factions. The town's second-rate mayor wants to build a park, the doctor hero wants the town to build a hospital. The mayor brands the doctor a "radical". This recalls Young People, which also had small town political conflicts over a building project, a dam. Young People also explicitly labeled the good side as liberal, something of a rarity in Hollywood films.
The little girl actually compares the small town to Sodom and Gomorrah! This is because of all the lying and disrespect for truth she sees there. (No one in the film seems the least bit gay, and no homosexual reference seems intended.)
A highlight of Young People was the town meeting. Driftwood has dialogue about a town meeting, but it is not shown on-screen.
Financial Processes
Driftwood is full of that favorite Dwan subject, financial processes. The hero feels he cannot marry because he is poor, and likely to be poor all his life because he is a research scientist. At the end, he gets a research grant. This is going to change his life: he can persist in his work, and also get married. There is an educational aspect to this, as in several Dwan films. Driftwood is showing the audience how important research grants are, and how much benefit they can provide to society. Government money for research had been given during World War II, and would be greatly extended in the post-war economic boom. Driftwood is advocating such grants, and educating the public about all they can accomplish.
The arrival of the grant money at the end, and all the good it can accomplish, anticipates the circulation of money in The Inside Story. Both Driftwood and The Inside Story are educational films, designed to teach the audience.
Other financial processes appear. Earlier, we see the doctor hero bartering his medical services for clothes.
The heroine is a school teacher, and she has been saving money out of her tiny salary in hopes of marriage. The hero is horrified: he believes he should support the family. But Dwan and Driftwood seems to support the heroine's actions and attitude. Unfortunately, this subject is forgotten and never resolved during the film's end. It anticipates the working wife in The Inside Story.
A character is jailed for non-payment of alimony. This is only done in passing, and not much discussed. It is mainly an excuse to get a harmless character in jail, for comedy scenes. This jail comedy recalls Tide of Empire.
Education and Technology
Several Dwan films have educational aspects. Often these are about money. But Driftwood educates about science: it teaches the importance of vaccination. This is still a timely topic.
Driftwood has technological environments:
• The lab on the hero's porch.
• The back room at the pharmacy, filled with medicines.
• The gas station where Dr. Adams is contacted. Gas stations and garages occur in other Dwan films too.
It also has technological equipment, notably the centrifuge at the end. This is not quite one of Dwan's engineered object: it has not been altered by his hero. But it is still a visually dramatic technological object.
The finale has more and more characters participating in the doctor hero's technological world. First the townspeople come in to get vaccinated. Then more and more people help the doctor battle for the sick girl's life. This steady progression of involvement is interesting to watch. It gives structure to the finale's events. The dog also gets much more deeply involved. The scene where he answers to his real name is electrifying. Bringing Dr. Adams in through radio broadcasts is also fascinating.
Water Works
The little girl has never seen a bath tub and has no idea how it works. She is startled by the drain. She winds up taking a bubble bath. A tub is far less elaborate than the "water works" in many Dwan films. But it is fully discussed as how it operates.
Later, Margaret Hamilton, getting an opportunity to place a nice person for a change, gives a mini-lecture on the use of straws, also new to the girl.
The centrifuge and syringes used at the finale, are also devices that manipulate fluids.
Flowers
The girl is first seen with daisies between her toes: an unusual image. It does tie in with the flower imagery in Dwan. Later, a painted daisy on china leads to revelation that daisies are the girl's favorite flower.
Some Dwan films have large gifts of flowers that fill a room. The vase of daisies at the end is smaller, but it is shown in close-ups that fill the screen.
Camera Movement and Front Yard
Susan's beautiful garden is one of many front yards in Dwan. It has a white picket fence: yards are often fenced in Dwan. Such yards are often the center of long camera movements. Driftwood is a little simpler, but there are camera movements:
• The hero and girl walk down the sidewalk and into the gate.
• The hero and heroine move deeper into the yard.
• The hero and girl move back out the gate, and take a long walk along the fence down the sidewalk. This last is the most elaborate and longest. It is broken up near the end by some closer two-shots.
These camera movements have stop-and-start patterns, enabling staging that supports storytelling and dialogue.
Camera Movements Introducing Locales
Dwan sometimes introduces new locales by a pan, showing their layout. In Driftwood, the first view of the drug store pans, following the hero and girl walking through it.
Soon, an elaborate start-and-stop long take, follows the hero and girl walking through the judge's clothing store.
Staging through Doors and Windows
We can see out of the big doorway at the drug store, to the sidewalk.
The judge is first seen behind his teller-like cage, at his shop. It has a window-like opening. The area is also one of the cages containing humans in Dwan.
Margaret Hamilton points her head through a window the the back of the drug store.
Near the end, the mayor and his son look through their front windows and see the girl across the street.
The gas station has glass windows. The camera looks through them to the attendant inside. It also follows him out the station, with a camera movement.
Motion and Architecture
The girl escapes from the doctor's house through the window. Such window exits and entrances are a Dwan tradition. They add drama to the story.
Costumes
Dean Jagger is another Dwan hero with big boots. He also wears a leather jacket. Clearly, his country scientist is being glamorized.
(http://mikegrost.com/dwan.htm#Driftwood)


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Re: Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) VHSRip VO

Notapor Fifole » Sab Abr 21, 2012 2:15 pm

Es una película que está muy bien, a pesar de la presencia de niña y perro.

A ver si aparece ese doblaje. Recuerdo haberla grabado en su momento... para borrarla una vez vista, así que no es misión imposible que aparezca ese audio. También recuerdo que la calidad de la copia emitida era ligeramente superior a ésta.

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Notapor JGUTII » Lun Abr 23, 2012 7:09 am

Gracias de nuevo, Lobo. C&C :hola:
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Notapor postcefalu » Lun Abr 23, 2012 8:34 am

Casi una obra maestra - y casi desconocida - de Dwan.
Buen complemento a varios Wellman de la década posterior.
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Notapor Lobo López » Lun Abr 23, 2012 10:58 am

postcefalu escribió:Casi una obra maestra - y casi desconocida - de Dwan.
Buen complemento a varios Wellman de la década posterior.


¿Y esa mención a Dr. Bull por parte de Andy Rector, tú lo ves? Aclaro que yo todavía no he visto la película.
El más claro complemento de Wellman sería Good-bye, My Lady ¿no?
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Notapor postcefalu » Lun Abr 23, 2012 4:16 pm

Lobo López escribió:
postcefalu escribió:Casi una obra maestra - y casi desconocida - de Dwan.
Buen complemento a varios Wellman de la década posterior.


¿Y esa mención a Dr. Bull por parte de Andy Rector, tú lo ves? Aclaro que yo todavía no he visto la película.
El más claro complemento de Wellman sería Good-bye, My Lady ¿no?


No mucho, la verdad.
Dwan rara vez mira (y no le importan, desconfía, procura ser lo menos coral posible) comunidades ni hace deternerse el tiempo, le interesan los personajes, las situaciones, pero no para componer retratos, quizá de ahí deriva su versatilidad revestida de ambigüedad que le hace parecer cómodo casi en cualquier género. Hasta las más nostálgicas o coyunturales que hizo tienen un elemento irreal, inasible, una mirada muy disgregada y direccionada hacia donde hubiese interés.
En ese rechazo a los colectivos, anda más cerca de Walsh o el mencionado Wellman que de Ford o Capra.
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Notapor Ethan Wayne » Lun Abr 23, 2012 9:47 pm

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Notapor click ford » Mié Abr 25, 2012 5:48 pm

Gracias al compañero aguadulce tenemos el doblaje no sincronizado, esperemos que alguien pueda hacer un DUAL:
<a href="eD2K link Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3 [120.98 Mb]  (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3</a>
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Notapor chaplin.cl » Mié Abr 25, 2012 6:37 pm

click ford escribió:Gracias al compañero aguadulce tenemos el doblaje no sincronizado, esperemos que alguien pueda hacer un DUAL:
<a href="eD2K link Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3 [120.98 Mb]  (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3</a>

Este enlace tiene algún problema . El correcto es el siguiente :

eD2K link Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) doblaje no sincronizado-aguadulce & click ford-.mp3 [120.98 Mb] 


Cuando lo tenga , lo puedo poner en descarga directa .


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Notapor click ford » Jue Abr 26, 2012 6:14 am

Gracias Chaplin por poner bien el enlace.
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Re: Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) VHSRip VO + AuEsNS

Notapor chaplin.cl » Lun Abr 30, 2012 8:01 pm

El doblaje facilitado por aguadulce y click ford se descargaría antes si lo pincharan mas usuarios , aunque solo sea por ayudar .

Esta película traída aquí por Lobo López es también interesante , tanto como otras que se han sincronizado , con una pequeña Natalie Wood y el excelente Walter Brennan . :si:


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Re: Driftwood (Allan Dwan, 1947) VHSRip VO + AuEsNS

Notapor JGUTII » Lun Abr 30, 2012 8:53 pm

chaplin.cl escribió:El doblaje facilitado por aguadulce y click ford se descargaría antes si lo pincharan mas usuarios , aunque solo sea por ayudar .

Tienes toda la razón, chaplin.cl. Pinchado audio no sincronizado. :hola:
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Notapor chaplin.cl » Vie May 04, 2012 8:25 pm

El doblaje facilitado por aguadulce y click ford , en descarga directa :


https://rapidshare.com/files/1238385098 ... _ford-.mp3


http://u2oiea.1fichier.com/en/



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Notapor click ford » Vie May 04, 2012 8:34 pm

A ver si hay suerte y alguien sincroniza el audio, pq esta película bien lo merece.
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