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Don't knock it (too much) because it's a remake
- Steve Fairman
Good stories can be told more than once. And here is the wide-screen, color version where the cars drive at least as fast as the speed limit. Jack Palance is very, very good.
DONT PASS THIS ONE UP
- Roger Temethy
Palance simply rips out the screen and your heart strings as Winters is heartbreaking. The little dog PUD is a charmer. We all love the Bogart version to be sure but don't pass this one up. The color version is even better with on location spots. The local dolls add to the flavor.
Remake of High Sierra
If you haven't seen High Sierra you might mildly enjoy this movie. If you have seen High S you can't help comparing it unfavorably. Little dog is good though.
On every level. Don't waste your time.
i died a thousand times
- mark summer
This movie is a remake of HIGH SIERRA....this is never mentioned by tcm, which is rare.I love Humphrey Bogart but enjoyed the color version with jack palance from 1955.
Pretty Good Remake
- Bruce Reber
"I Died A Thousand Times" (1955) is a remake of the Warner Bros. crime drama classic "High Sierra" (1941), starring Humphrey Bogart in his breakout role as aging gangster Roy "Mad Dog" Earle, and Ida Lupino as his girlfriend. The remake is done very well, with Jack Palance playing Earle and Shelley Winters playing Lupino's role. The ending is slightly different, and it was filmed in color, but it's still pretty good. I first saw "I Died A Thousand Times" on another movie channel sometime in the 90's, and I haven't seen it recently. Please show it again soon TCM, and I'll try to get the DVD.