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LE CERCLE INFERNAL CINEMASCOPE KIRK DOUGLAS (1955)
ANTIQUE VINTAGE POSTERS from SOUBIE ROGER
Race-car driver Gino Borgesa meets a ballerina, Nicole Laurent, whose pet poodle causes a crash at the track. She persuades an ex-lover to give Gino money for a new car. They begin a romance, although Gino warns her that his racing comes first. After winning a 1,000-mile race, Gino is hired by a successful racing team managed by Maglio, who is leery of Gino's reckless driving tactics but takes a chance on him at the urging of veteran driver Carlos Chavez. Nicole is troubled by Gino's unconcerned attitude about a mechanic accidentally killed at the track. A crash at a race in Brussels seriously injures Gino, whose leg is not amputated only because Nicole persuades doctors not to perform the operation. Once he recovers, Gino begins taking painkillers as well as unnecessary risks. His behavior, too, is out of control, causing him to insult Michel Caron, a young French driver who admires him. Nicole is offended, and the last straw comes when Gino relentlessly wins the final race of Carlos's career, even after Maglio instructed him to let Carlos have one last victory. In time, Gino's stature in racing begins to fall, and he is alone. He begs Nicole to return, but she is involved with Michel now. A contrite Gino returns to the track, where he willingly lets Michel speed past him. Directed by Henry Hathaway Written by Charles Kaufman, Hans Ruesch (novel) Starring Kirk Douglas Music by Alex North Cinematography Joseph MacDonald Edited by James B. Clark Distributed by 20th Century Fox Release date May 24, 1955 Running time 88 minutes Country United States Language English Budget $2,730,000 Box office $1,750,000
46.1 X 61.9 (inches) / 117.0 x 157.0 (cm)
A- ( fine )
Linen (backed on acid-free paper and cotton canvas)
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