The Cincinnati Kid () [dt./OV]. ()1 Std. 42 Min New Orleans, Der junge Pokerspieler Eric will unbedingt ganz nach oben. Der Weg dorthin. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Cincinnati Kid" von Norman Jewison: New Orleans, Eric Stoner, genannt The Cincinnati Kid (Steve McQueen) hat sich. Info BESCHREIBUNG Darsteller. Originaltitel. The Cincinnati Kid. Produktionsdatum. Produktionsland. USA. Einspielergebnis. USD. Laufzeit.
The Cincinnati KidEric Stoner, genannt The Cincinnati Kid (Steve McQueen) hat sich einen beachtlichen Ruf als Pokerspieler erarbeitet. Doch er möchte der Beste sein. Da bietet. Der Klassiker von Norman Jewison ("Hurricane") erzählt davon, wie im New Orleans der 30er der junge Kartenvirtuose Eric "The Kid" Stoner (ultracool: Steve. Das Drehbuch basiert auf dem Roman Der Pokerkönig (Originaltitel: The Cincinnati Kid) von Richard Jessup. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Hintergrund; 3.
The Cincinnati Kid Movies / TV Videomaddjackstriperguide.com - Steve McQueen Karl Malden - Whipped from both maddjackstriperguide.com 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lalo Schifrin - The Cincinnati /5(46). Cincinnati Kid è un giovane campione che sta sbancando ai tavoli da gioco di New Orleans. In città non ci sono più avversari per lui, e il Kid sta già pensando di trasferirsi, quando arriva Lancey. Questi è una vecchia volpe, universalmente riconosciuto come il Numero Uno ed è venuto in città proprio per sfidare Cincinnati.
Christian überrascht die beiden und verlässt wütend das Hotel. Shooter betrügt während des Spiels und gibt Stoner gute Karten.
Als dieser das mitbekommt, sorgt er dafür, dass Shooter seine Aufgabe verliert, da er ehrlich gewinnen will. Als alle anderen Mitspieler der Pokerrunde bereits geschlagen sind, kommt es zum Showdown zwischen Stoner und Howard.
Der wesentlich ältere Howard wirkte während des Spiels etwas angeschlagen, Stoner hat einen guten Lauf und geht ein höheres Risiko ein.
Als er ein sehr gutes Blatt hat, setzt er alles und verliert. Christian hat vor dem Hotel auf ihn gewartet und vergibt ihm.
Zunächst hatte Sam Peckinpah damit begonnen, den Film zu drehen. Cab Calloway Yeller. Jeff Corey Hoban. Norman Jewison Director.
Martin Ransohoff Producer. Terry Southern Screenwriter. Lalo Schifrin Original Music. Philip H. Lathrop Cinematographer. Hal Ashby Film Editor.
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It's a fantastic cast - McQueen oozes cool, it's special to see Robinson at age 72 deliver a very good performance, Malden plays 'conflicted' well when he's pressured to fix the match, Margret is sexy and has a way of speaking with her eyes, and Weld is incredibly cute but also nuanced.
To top it off, Joan Blondell is the backup dealer, and while her role and performance aren't amazing, it's very nice to see her and Robinson together again nearly three decades after 's 'Bullets or Ballots'.
New Orleans is a fantastic setting and director Norman Jewison makes good use of it. I have to say, I was not all that jazzed about the scene with the cock fight, which is cruel.
And, he's less effective in making the movie feel as though it's in the 's, but maybe that doesn't matter. The poker talk at the tables is pretty authentic, but I always find it amusing that the 5-card stud hands shown routinely in movies are extremely rare.
The ending comes as a jolt and seems abrupt, but perhaps that's because I was thinking how interesting it would have been if it was revealed that Robinson was engaged in a nefarious fix with Blondell.
As it is, the movie is about integrity and dignity, even in what may seem to be an unlikely place, amongst gamblers. Cheating, and accusations of cheating, are shown more than once to be signs of weakness, whereas real skill is cool and confident, and there is mutual respect between McQueen and Robinson's characters.
A Blu-Ray was released on June 14, Upon its release, The Cincinnati Kid was favorably reviewed by Variety which wrote " Martin Ransohoff has constructed a taut, well-turned-out production.
In Steve McQueen he has the near-perfect delineator of the title role. Edward G. Robinson is at his best in some years as the aging, ruthless Lancey Howard Director Jewison can put his cards on the table, let his camera cut suspensefully to the players' intent faces, but a pool shark sinking a tricky shot into a side pocket undoubtedly offers more range.
Kid also has a less compelling subplot. Pressure comes from a conventionally vicious Southern gentleman Rip Torn , whose pleasures include a Negro mistress, a pistol range adjacent to his parlor, and fixed card games.
As Malden's wife, Ann-Margret spells trouble of another kind, though her naive impersonation of a wicked, wicked woman recalls the era when the femme fatale wore breastplates lashed together with spider web.
By the time all the bets are in, Cincinnati Kid appears to hold a losing hand. A retrospective review published by the New York State Writers Institute of the University at Albany also noted the similarities the film had to The Hustler , but in contrast said The Cincinnati Kid ' s "stylized realism, dreamlike color, and detailed subplots give [the film] a dramatic complexity and self-awareness that The Hustler lacks.
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Return to Book Page. Jerome Charyn Introduction. He was a skinny kid, just twenty-six when it started, with a face set off by a large nose that gave him the look of a hawk.
He was a tight man. Everything about him was close and quiet; his gestures were short and clean, with no wasted movement. His eyes were bright and hard, the kind of blue you might see in the sky at high noon, if you looked straight up at the sky; He was a skinny kid, just twenty-six when it started, with a face set off by a large nose that gave him the look of a hawk.
His eyes were bright and hard, the kind of blue you might see in the sky at high noon, if you looked straight up at the sky; almost white, but still pale, pale blue.
He had dark yellowish circles under his eyes that rested on his cheekbones where the skin was drawn tight, as if he might have liver trouble from too much drinking, but he was physically sound and the circles came from playing stud poker all day and all night for many years.
It had started out as fooling around and then, as happened so many times, it developed into a game. The others began to drop in and a gig was working.
It was nickel-and-dime stuff as long as it was The Kid and The Shooter and Pig, but when Carey and Carmody came in, both of whom bet the Cardinals and had won nicely over the weekend double-header, the play moved, deceptively, from nickel-and-dime to a quarter and a half and then wide open.
It was Wednesday now, eleven in the morning. The game, like an endlessly circling bird, moved with a slow inexorable pace toward the center pot of money that grew magically with each dealt hand; revolving hands of cards, accompanied with a musical comment of silver upon silver tossed into the center of the table as the chant was heard, so soft as to be a litany calling on ghostly assistance and deliverance.
It was the fourth card. Now the whisper and flutter of paper money would wash into the middle of the table.
Someone dealt. The cards sliced through the smoky airless room like silent stealing death. And with each card, face up, a chant of destiny from the dealer, for he was the sole instrument in the life of a rambling-gambling man, bringing face up for all the world to see the next wonderful secret.
There is nothing more for the gambling man. It is all there, sealed in the narrow turn of the next card. Still queens. He touched it and then the queens slammed down hard on him.
Three players dropped out and it was back to the raiser. He hesitated. He knew three fours could not beat three queens.
And to make sure though there was another card coming and another chance there were three queens, it would cost him twenty dollars.DVD Times. Wikiquote has quotations related to: Develey Currywurst Sauce Cincinnati Kid. The Cincinnati Kid Theatrical release poster. Great American writing.