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Eerie, shocking, daring, thrilling and mesmerizing, The Manchurian Candidate will leave youbreathless (People)! Featuring an all-star cast, including Angela Lansbury in an OscarÂ(r)-nominated performance, this chilling and controversial (Leonard Maltin) film may be the most sophisticated political satire ever made (Pauline Kael). When a platoon of Korean War G.I.s iscaptured, they somehow end up at a ladies garden club party. Or do they? Major Bennett Marco (Frank Sinatra) can''t remember. As he searches for the answer, he discovers threads of a diabolical plot orchestrated by the utterly ruthless Mrs. Iselin (Lansbury) and involving her war hero son (LaurenceHarvey), her senator husband (James Gregory) and a secret cabal of enemy leaders.

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In preparation for the 2004 remake, the special edition of this 1962 thriller delivers a few extra features, but the best reason to grab this edition is a new 5.1 Dolby sound mix and anamorphic widescreen transfer. Director John Frankenheimer''s excellent commentary and a short 1988 reunion with the three main talents are retained from the first release. New extras includes a photo gallery and 15 minutes of reminiscences from actress Angela Lansbury. The other short is hosted by Frankenheimer disciple William Friedkin, who dishes on some facts, but a few of his speculations are contradicted by Frankenheimer''s commentary. --Doug Thomas

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Zachary Littrell
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The Best, Weird Political Thriller I''ve Ever Seen
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2018
I can''t imagine what an experience it must have been sitting in the theater seats in 1962, and seeing this surreal, paranoid masterwork spill out on the big screen. Watching men get murdered in the middle of an unfazed tea party, Angela Lansbury incestuously and wickedly... See more
I can''t imagine what an experience it must have been sitting in the theater seats in 1962, and seeing this surreal, paranoid masterwork spill out on the big screen. Watching men get murdered in the middle of an unfazed tea party, Angela Lansbury incestuously and wickedly purring, and Frank Sinatra karate-chopping a dude. This movie exists in its own (literal) nightmare vision of America, and I love the film for jumping headlong into that abyss.

There is nothing more terrifying to an American than the idea that something "wrong" has crawled into their friend, family, or neighbor''s skin -- or worst, their own. Just as much as in ancient Rome, 1962, or now, pick any society and there''s the fear that the Enemy is already in place and waiting to pull the switch, and there''s nothing in our power to stop them. And in poor, friendless Raymond Shaw''s case, he''s been powerless since the day he left his hateful mother''s womb.

Angela Lansbury is obviously the real star of this movie, drenching even sweet gestures with venom. But Frank Sinatra turns out probably his best acting role as the tortured puppydog Major Marco, clawing for a grip on his postwar sanity, and then fighting for Raymond''s. Laurence Harvey as Raymond and Sinatra make a good pair, feeling like actual war buddies, gazing down empty bottles of wine on Christmas Eve, while real horrors broil in their minds.

One small thing, though, is the "Asian" characters...Yes, it was a different time, but it''s distracting seeing mostly Western actors portraying a room full of Chinese officers. Particularly with Raymond''s valet Chunjin, played by the very not-Asian Henry Silva. But on the flipside, and probably unintentionally, it adds to the weird dreamlike uncertainty pervading the film. How can Raymond and Marco trust anything when even their torturer looks fresh out of a Charlie Chan or Dr. Fu Manchu movie?

The second I started this movie, I could not look away for a moment. And best of all, I like the movie had the courage to end with a tinge of bitter-sweetness.
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Matt
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Better than it''s amazing remake
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2018
When I was in high school, I bought the Denzel Washington remake of this from a flee market, because it was the first dvd case I''d ever seen without any summary or synopsis. Completely blown away over 10 years ago by the 2004 remake, and craving for some nostalgia, I... See more
When I was in high school, I bought the Denzel Washington remake of this from a flee market, because it was the first dvd case I''d ever seen without any summary or synopsis.
Completely blown away over 10 years ago by the 2004 remake, and craving for some nostalgia, I looked up this classic title, to see what the good ol'' folks at Amazon Prime had of the old story.
Not only was I delighted to see they had the 2004 remake for free on Prime, but they also had this 1962 original film (1 year before Kennedy''s assassination) for free on Prime as well; both apparently fantastic depictions of the 1959 book.
My favorite aspect about this 1964 version, that I don''t remember from the 2004 version, is (no homo) the mind reversing power that love had on the sleeper, and the Romeo/Juliet vibe it took on.
I think there''s a message in here somewhere, that talks about how men are tamable (yes, ma''am) from our default blunt, sometimes savage tendencies, by our biological drive to protect and serve our woman - which is naturally followed by family and community. Something, something, make America great again.
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lara
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One of the best movies I have ever seen
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2019
This movie, starring Frank Sinatra, Angela Lansbury, Janet Leigh and Laurence Harvey is one of those movies I watch again and again. It is based on a novel by Richard Condon. It is excellent and it was one of JFK''s favorite movies. The story is that Sinatra took the... See more
This movie, starring Frank Sinatra, Angela Lansbury, Janet Leigh and Laurence Harvey is one of those movies I watch again and again. It is based on a novel by Richard Condon. It is excellent and it was one of JFK''s favorite movies. The story is that Sinatra took the first "look" at the movie to the White House so that JFK could see it. Then it was released to the public. Unfortunately, as this movie is about a possible political assassination, it was withdrawn from circulation some while after it was released as JFK was assassinated.

Now if you have see the pathetic excuse for this movie made recently, then know you were cheated and treated to a "politically correct" pile of garbage. The original movie was about "brainwashing" of captured US troops in Korea. It is NOT about corporations or bad guys in business suits. The book and the movie made from the book capture much about what was actually going on at the time presented in the book.

This movie does not have any slow parts, nor fillers, just intense and fascinating story telling.
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joel wing
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Communism & anti-Communism could both be threats to America
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
The Cold War created some great cinema in America. Case in point The Manchurian Candidate featuring Frank Sinatra as Major Bennett Marco, Laurence Harvey as Raymond Shaw and Angela Lansbury as Shaw’s mother Mrs. Eleanor Iselin. The movie takes place during and after the... See more
The Cold War created some great cinema in America. Case in point The Manchurian Candidate featuring Frank Sinatra as Major Bennett Marco, Laurence Harvey as Raymond Shaw and Angela Lansbury as Shaw’s mother Mrs. Eleanor Iselin. The movie takes place during and after the Korean war where Major Marco’s squad that included Shaw is captured by the Communists, brainwashed, and then sent home to carry out a plot against the United States using the celebrity of Shaw who was awarded the Medal of Honor. Additionally Shaw’s ambitious mother wants to use Shaw’s heroics to help her husband Senator Iselin in his re-election campaign. The theme of the film is about how America could be turned against itself.

The movie has a psychological angel as Major Marco and the other members of his squad are plagued by nightmares about what happened to them during the war. Sometimes they see the Chinese and Soviets brainwashing them. Other times the Communists appear as a group of women. Sinatra does a great job with this character. Later on he’s a mental mess due to his nightmares. He’s got sweat on his brow and he can’t even light a cigarette his hands shake so much.

Another major theme is the exploitation of anti-communism. Mrs and Senator Iselin are a stand in for Senator Joseph McCarthy. During a press conference at the Pentagon for example, Senator Iselin makes the unsubstantiated claim that he has a list of Communists working within the Defense Department. They are simply opportunists using the fear of Communism to advance their political career during the Cold War. There’s a great twist about them at the end as well.

For 1962 the movie also had a very diverse cast. For example part of the squad is Allen Melvin (James Edwards) who is African American. He gets a dream sequence that also has his wife. During his dream the Chinese are seen as black women, and then Asian actors are shown playing the Chinese as they discuss their plot with the Soviets. Khigh Dhiegh played Dr. Yen Lo the main Chinese brainwash scientist who was part Egyptian and Sudanese. Major Marco also works with a psychiatrist played by Joe Adams who was black. While not in the lead there were few other Hollywood films of this time that had that many people of color in it. Of course, the film also cast Henry Silva a white guy as the Korean Chunjin.

The one main drawback of the film is Janet Leigh’s character Eugenie Chaney. She meets Major Marco on the train while he’s having a panic attack and immediately tells him her address and phone numbers, and then breaks up with her fiancé to be with him all because she saw him sweat and freak out. Completely ridiculous.

In the end The Manchurian Candidate plays upon two themes. The first, was the Communist threat to undermine the United States. The second, was that anti-Communism could be just as destructive as American politicians used the fears of the Cold War to manipulate the public for their own political gain. In the background the movie was also a celebration of the diversity of America as seen in the cast.
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Carter
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Frightening and Spectacular Truth
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2019
Another amazon reviewer writes something about this film that will ring true for so many other viewers. “The second I started this movie, I could not look away for a moment.” A group of combat soldiers returns home from Korea and struggles to overcome traumatic... See more
Another amazon reviewer writes something about this film that will ring true for so many other viewers. “The second I started this movie, I could not look away for a moment.”

A group of combat soldiers returns home from Korea and struggles to overcome traumatic events, but they''re not exactly certain what those events were. They slowly realize they''ve been the victims of a cruel psychological experiment. There''s some real pain going on here, and Sinatra and Harvey do fantastic jobs portraying it. The film-makers tell a story of such emotional authenticity and raw candor that the film handily smashes through any of the cinematic orthodoxies and melodramatic acting, of that day, that one would ordinarily expect to tame such a ferocious story. There''s nothing remotely tame about this; it''s all ferocity. Extremely bold in 1962, would be extremely bold today—primal acting and fearless film-making.

The cast is so uniformly excellent, one struggles to pick a favorite. But watch James Gregory, especially in the coat room scene where he gives the Chairman of the Board a push out of the way to ham it up for the cameras, and you''re reminded what a humdinger of an artist this guy was and how he always made it look effortless. Sinatra later said of the production, “It was a wonderful wonderful experience of my life. It really was. I think it only happens once in a performer''s life. Once.” Largely the industry''s mea culpa—unflinchingly brought to us by Frankenheimer, Axelrod, and the Chairman—for its shameful McCarthy-era blacklist that ruined so many lives, the great irony of the project of course is that while Hollywood is denouncing McCarthyism and apologizing for its acquiescence to it, it''s at the same time unable to resist telling another espionage thriller involving the global communist conspiracy McCarthy railed against. But just sit back and let the dominoes fall where they might.

And don''t despair. This is an uplifting film. Set against a plot involving international intrigue, it''s ultimately a very personal story and the most intimate of story-telling: a very powerful tale about individuals—individuals who desperately try to recover from trauma, reckon with a frightening and spectacular new truth, who are set free by that truth, and are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for it. Sometimes you have to go through the most terrible thing to find yourself liberated. Despite the obvious pain Raymond is in from his own frightening and spectacular new truth, you can''t help but know that there is one redeeming moment, no matter how brief, when he finds his soul and is finally liberated from lies he had always been told and the ones he told himself. That one moment can define a life. “The wires have been pulled. They can''t touch you anymore. You''re free.” If that doesn''t hit you on a very personal level, I don''t know what will.
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Glen A. Harrison
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Great political movie
Reviewed in the United States on March 3, 2021
Great political movie about an assassination attempt starring Frank Sinatra and Angela Lansbury both put in a stellar performance. Angela Lansbury was deliciously evil. Googled: Its release date of October 24th 1962 found an America in the midst of the Cuban Missile... See more
Great political movie about an assassination attempt starring Frank Sinatra and Angela Lansbury both put in a stellar performance. Angela Lansbury was deliciously evil. Googled: Its release date of October 24th 1962 found an America in the midst of the Cuban Missile Crisis, that took the world to the brink of nuclear war. In that climate came the story of a Communist covert plot to kill the President of the United States. There aren’t too many other such pressing times in US history where a story of outside forces trying to influence whoever holds the office of the President of the United States would feel more relevant. Yet in the case of The Manchurian Candidate, a story began to circulate that Frank Sinatra had been responsible for the pulling of the film from circulation. As it turns out, there seem to be little scraps of truth to the story, but not that many. As Tina Sinatra, Frank’s youngest daughter, told Premiere back in summer 2004, the film was withdrawn from release, but that was down to distributor United Artists, who chose to do so out of respect to Kennedy.
Frank Sinatra interestingly did a movie about a presidential assignation attempt called Suddenly in 1954
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Tullia
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Evil, Deceit and Manipulation!
Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2019
It''s hard to believe that Angela Lansbury, who plays J. B, Fletcher, In "Murder, she Wrote," the lovely, sophisticated, lovable, intelligent, beautifully dressed gal from Cabot Cove is the malevolent, evil, deceitful, manipulative mother of Raymond Shaw in "The Manchurian... See more
It''s hard to believe that Angela Lansbury, who plays J. B, Fletcher, In "Murder, she Wrote," the lovely, sophisticated, lovable, intelligent, beautifully dressed gal from Cabot Cove is the malevolent, evil, deceitful, manipulative mother of Raymond Shaw in "The Manchurian Candidate." Yet, it speaks to the breadth of Ms. Lansbury''s talent in portraying different aspects of a woman. And she is outstanding in her role in this film. Likewise, Frank Sinatra is excellent as Major Ben Marco. His acting is so natural, and perfect for the role. And Laurence Harvey, as the Manchurian Candidate, is superb. He plays the role with icy calm; yet when he is with Jocelyn, he is "lovable."

This film is a scary account of the take over of someone''s mind so that a manipulative woman may take over the U.S. government. Can this really happen? Who knows.

I have watched this film a number of times. And will watch it many more times.
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Jack Ryan
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Great, iconic, and totally bonkers
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2018
It''s great. It''s iconic. And it''s totally bonkers. The story is insane. Poor Janet Leigh''s character is utterly inane and makes absolutely no sense in any possible context. Some of the casting and acting is laughably bad. Then again, you gotta admit it''s like no other movie... See more
It''s great. It''s iconic. And it''s totally bonkers. The story is insane. Poor Janet Leigh''s character is utterly inane and makes absolutely no sense in any possible context. Some of the casting and acting is laughably bad. Then again, you gotta admit it''s like no other movie ever made. And Angela Lansbury is brilliant. And Lawrence Harvey is the perfect bitter pill. Sinatra''s pretty good, too. Some people try to excuse its gobsmacking goofiness by claiming it''s a satire, but it all looks dead serious and perfectly in line with the hysterical political paranoia of its time. It is what it is, unique and unforgettable.
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rob stirling
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Manchurian the magnificent.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 17, 2018
One of the greats. So much in vogue now it was way ahead of its time in the genre of an action film with political and psychological overtones that today are standard fare. Frank Sinatra plays it low key and straight. Laurence Harvey in probably his best ever performance as...See more
One of the greats. So much in vogue now it was way ahead of its time in the genre of an action film with political and psychological overtones that today are standard fare. Frank Sinatra plays it low key and straight. Laurence Harvey in probably his best ever performance as the brittle and vulnerable ex-soldier manipulated by his overbearing mother beautifully played by Angela Lansbury. A great cameo from the magnificent Henry Silva. Black and white, 2 hours, English subtitles. A good print, faultless.
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Solitaire
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 18, 2020
What a stupendous film is this 1962 window onto American paranoia, political corruption, and the traumas of returning Korean war survivors. Frank Sinatra, brilliant in one of his best ever roles, is one, Laurence Harvey, who’s equally impressive in a career-best...See more
What a stupendous film is this 1962 window onto American paranoia, political corruption, and the traumas of returning Korean war survivors. Frank Sinatra, brilliant in one of his best ever roles, is one, Laurence Harvey, who’s equally impressive in a career-best performance, is the other. Angela Lansbury {who was rightly Oscar-nominated} is the latter’s domineering vulgarian of a mother ~ and much more ~ and Janet Leigh is compelling in a smallish part as Sinatra’s lover. James Gregory plays Lansbury’s alcoholic husband, a senator, and Leslie Parrish is Harvey’s girl {Parrish later married Richard ‘Jonathan L Seagull’ Bach, and is now 85}. Henry Silva and John McGiver both have memorable scenes, and on the whole the acting is spot-on. This is one of the best political conspiracy thrillers ever made, a moving, powerful, paranoid glimpse into a world of Communists messing with people’s heads, and high-up political corruption. John Frankenheimer, in the days when he was a name to be reckoned with, directed. It was written by George Axelrod. Laurence Harvey {never a favourite actor} is unusually fascinating as a kind of reluctant mummy’s boy who is regularly invited to play solitaire by an ominous voice on the phone, and Sinatra nicely underplays in a relaxed, committed manner that is so much more interesting than his more showy roles. Lansbury is simply perfect. A welcome, if short, extra feature is a genial conversation between Sinatra, Frankenheimer and Axelrod. A masterpiece of its kind.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 1, 2021
Great classic movie Frank Sinatra ,Laurence Harvey and Angela Lansbury were perfect Great pyschological thriller This is what the 60s USA was all about This film was shelved b4 released as JFK was assassinated and this was what the film was about So as respect to JFK...See more
Great classic movie Frank Sinatra ,Laurence Harvey and Angela Lansbury were perfect Great pyschological thriller This is what the 60s USA was all about This film was shelved b4 released as JFK was assassinated and this was what the film was about So as respect to JFK sinatra.the actor and producer in the movie shelved it out if respect and was only ever seen in dvd in the 2000s
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Cold War Classic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 12, 2016
OK... If like me, you wonder how a perfectly normal person can be radicalised over night, just watch this film. This movie was released right in the middle of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, and a year before the JFK assassination, and in the middle of the white-heat of...See more
OK... If like me, you wonder how a perfectly normal person can be radicalised over night, just watch this film. This movie was released right in the middle of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, and a year before the JFK assassination, and in the middle of the white-heat of the Cold War, this film deals with something very relevant today, Brainwashing. Long before we knew about MKUltra and the killings of MLK and Bobby Kennedy this story kind of foresees these events coming. You really get a sense of the paranoiac state of mind of the Cold War when watching this movie. This is a Cold War Classic, and a tense neo-noir thriller, with all round great performances from the cast, in one scene Frank Sinatra breaks his hand in real life, and It also has a Freudian subplot going on too. Although a little dated in places, it still stands up today, because as I write, there is brainwashing going on somewhere in the world, be it the Middle East, or North Korea, it is still happening.
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Solid paranoia thriller gets a solid blu-ray release
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 30, 2015
The Manchurian Candidate (1962) is another taut and engrossing thriller from John Frankenheimer (Seconds, The Train, French Connection II), who is becoming one of my top directors. This one is about a unit that returns from Korea, its leader a war hero that risked himself...See more
The Manchurian Candidate (1962) is another taut and engrossing thriller from John Frankenheimer (Seconds, The Train, French Connection II), who is becoming one of my top directors. This one is about a unit that returns from Korea, its leader a war hero that risked himself in combat to rescue his men...or did he? The script (George Axelrod) is equal parts conspiracy thriller and Anti-McCarthyism satire, fluidly segueing between the two. Some really audacious tricks of cinematography (Lionel Linden) and editing (Ferris Webster). Great performances all around, but especially Laurence Harvey, Angela Lansbury and Frank Sinatra. Arrow''s blu-ray gives an expected strong presentation of the film based on MGM''s master. The B/W photography shows healthy contrast and grain. Sound is a clear mono. There are some strong extras including archival interviews with director-writer-producer team and with Angela Lansbury who played a rather controversial mother character in the film. Arrow also includes an episode on Frankenheimer from "The Directors" series, giving a decent career retrospective of the man, right from his days of working in TV. Highly recommended for people that like taut thrillers that don''t depend on action sequences to be exciting.
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